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Introduction to Museums, including their history and origins, decolonizing practices, and various aspects of working at a museum (exhibition, script writing, exhibition design, collections management, acquisitions, legal aspects of running a museum, and museum laws like NAGPRA).
Introduction to basic archaeological concepts and methods, archaeology in Oceania, and decolonizing archaeology. Field trips to archaeological sites.
Exploration of the varieties of intangible culture, the ethics and practices of documentation, and strategies for developing and managing conservation projects.
Introduction to basic principles of linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax) in the context of language documentation. Language vitality, methods of language documentation, proper data management principles for language documentation, methods of language conservation.
Students will gain a strong foundation of medical terminology required in the health and medical sciences. This includes the ability to build medical words from parts, converse in and explain medical terms, conditions, anatomical features, planes, and movements used in a variety of health related occupations.
This course provides an overview of the fundamentals of strength and conditioning. This includes the basic knowledge and application of the principles of exercise sciences including physiology of exercise, motor learning, bio mechanics, exercise testing and prescription and nutrition.The learner is expected to perform and teach proper strength training exercise technique and conduct appropriate testing of strength training exercises. The learner will have the knowledge to develop strength training and conditioning programs.Additionally, this course lays the foundation for the nationally accredited strength and conditioning certification exams.
A chronological study of Church history and doctrine.