The relationship between workers and employers is fundamental and important to society. The Metro Detroit area, which has furnished the automobile industry with organized labor for decades, provides an exciting backdrop for the study of employment and labor relations.
What do entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, social workers, foreign servants and museum curators have in common? They all require an understanding of human behavior in the cultural environment - and as such they represent just a few of the many professionals who can benefit from an undergraduate degree in anthropology.
The skills of a historian - the ability to do extensive research in original sources, to think critically, to write clearly and persuasively, and to be perpetually curious - are highly valued in our changing world and will prepare you for a variety of exciting careers.
Criminal justice in not solely about stopping crime - it's about understanding and often preventing it through timely interventions in the lives of individuals who have lost their way. Whether in law enforcement, court, correctional or private agencies.
Today's consumers want foods that are both delicious and healthy, creating a host of opportunities for professionals who understand both the science of food and the art of cuisine. You can become an expert in both - without leaving Macomb County.
Are you a natural problem-solver who craves an integral role in business? Do the dynamics and challenges of worldwide commerce excite you? Global supply chain management may be exactly what you're looking for.
Social workers are unique among health professionals in embracing the "person in environment" concept of care, addressing every aspect of a client's well-being. Earn your bachelor of social work and make a difference in hospitals and clinics, community centers, counseling and substance abuse programs, programs for the mentally and physically challenged, schools and countless other locations.
The rising cost of health care has shone a national spotlight on disease prevention and the need to promote wellness in the general population. How do we prevent people from getting sick in the first place? Through community health education - one of the fastest growing job sectors in the country.
Educators who work with second-language learners experience greater success when they understand the complexities of second-language acquisition and the educational theories and practices that support it. Linguistic, social, and cultural needs all influence second-language learners, and this program gives you a pedagogical and professional edge as you further career.
A degree in computer science is a pipeline to one of the hottest career fields in today's market. Strong employment growth, combined with a limited supply of qualified workers, will result in excellent employment prospects and a high demand for graduates of this degree program.
Offered at the Oakland Center, a WSU degree in accounting or management has never been more accessible or more convenient, especially for Schoolcraft Community College students, who can transfer up to 82 credits toward their Wayne State degree. Your path to success starts right here in Oakland County.
A strong Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score greatly increases your chance of admission to a graduate management program. Offered at the Oakland Center, our six-week course is designed to help you perform your very best on test day.
Children with cognitive impairments need skilled teachers if they are to reach their maximum potential. This degree will equip you with skills to create the optimal learning environment for this important population.
Counselors play a pivotal role in the success of K-12 students, encouraging healthy academic, social and emotional growth and helping to identify and address problems before they cause significant harm.
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