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Discusses the problems involved in efficient handling of personal finance and consumption expenditure, including consumer protection, taxation, insurance, home financing, and methods of borrowing and investing money.
Writtle University College is keen that as many of its postgraduate students as possible gain international experience during their course of study. This includes UK students working internationally and our students from overseas maximising their experiences in their field of study while they are at Writtle.
Elements of statistics, graphs, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion elementary probability theory, counting, binomial and normal distributions.
Master’s Thesis Students: Final date to submit the Approved Program Form and Nomination of Thesis Committee Form to the Office of the Registrar. Committee form must be submitted at least 6 weeks before the scheduled defense
Our students come from all walks of life and all over the world. We provide a personalised educational service. This has worked wonders for our students, many of whom do not fit the traditional stereotype. But don’t take our word for it.
An introduction to Earth system science and global environmental change the historical and geological processes of change in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere humans as a force for change.
Master's Thesis Students: Final date to submit dissertation via ETD System and electronic publication form to the Registrar Office.
Thesis directors to submit signed Report of Examining Committee form to the Registrar Office.
A refresher course of basic Spanish grammar and reading integrating the use of tapes and laboratory materials. Designed for students who wish to reinforce their basic knowledge of the language and for native speakers who have not studied Spanish syntax.
Sociological theories of deviant behavior including social causation, labeling, stigmatization. Sexual deviance, suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse, juvenile delinquency, counterculture.
An introductory course designed for students who plan further study in chemistry. The course presents those areas of chemistry which are essential and which students find most difficult in general college chemistry. These include the mole concept, nomenclature, stoichiometric calculations, gas laws, and solution concentration calculations.
Study of the many peoples who have contributed to the fashioning of American civilization from 6555 to the present. Survey of historical and contemporary issues related to racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity in the United States through an examination of such concepts as assimilation, discrimination, integration, pluralism, racism, segregation.
The Registrar’s Office collects a bound paper copy of every CMC senior thesis, records the date/time of submission, and then distributes theses to faculty readers for grading. Thesis collection takes place on the 68th instructional Monday of every semester. Refer to the Senior Thesis Syllabus for specific due dates and times. Early submissions are welcome: late submissions incur grading penalties.
Literature of membrane biology, presented by students and faculty, discussed in depth. Emphasis is on current developments, data interpretation and critical analysis. Classes are held informally in small groups.
This course provides students with an overview of the problem of chemical abuse and dependence and an introduction to models of intervention in these problems. The course content will cover the core theory and research related to etiology of chemical abuse and dependence, basic pharmacology of alcohol and other abused substances, as well as drug use and abuse in special populations. The students will also explore the impact of drug and alcohol abuse on family systems, and domestic violence, and provide an introduction to treatment process and service systems.