Bachelor’s Programs (German Degrees)
B.A. in Management
B.A. in Psychology
|Courses in Alphabetical Order||Prerequisites||Code||Credits|
|Abnormal Psychology |
Description and diagnosis of abnormal behavior. Causes, symptoms and treatments of mental illness. Basic principles of psychotherapy.
|PSY 335||5 ECTS|
|Advanced Experimental Psychology |
More advanced research design and experimental approaches to human behavior including learning, perception, and problem solving. Scientific reports including possible honors thesis proposal prepared by students.
|PSY 302||5 ECTS|
|Advanced Survey of Business PC Applications |
This course is a continuation of the Excel and PowerPoint applications taught in GCO 120; A current accounting application is also taught; The goal is to fully expose business students to the PC applications available to them, so that they may integrate these applications into their studies and on the job.
|GCO 162||5 ECTS|
|Advanced Topics in Psychology |
Senior status or departmental permission. With departmental permission, may be taken more than once on different topics
|PSY 493||5 ECTS|
|Advertising and Promotion Management |
Explores advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, sponsorship, direct marketing, e-commerce, and public relations. With three business plans as a foundation, students produce a campaign plan book integrating the concepts explored.
|GBK 315||5 ECTS|
|The American Political System |
This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of citizenship in American society. Students receive an overview of the historical foundations of the US political system and institutions and their current structure and operations. The roles of Congress, the president, and the Federal court system are closely studied. State government and its place in American Federalism are also addressed.
|GPL 100||5 ECTS|
|Art of Western Civilization |
This course is a comparative survey of the styles, structure and functions of Western forms from prehistoric art through the Middle Ages. The art and cultures associated with the development of Western civilization will be examined through lectures, reading, slide presentations and visits to museums and other cultural institutions
|GCA 141||5 ECTS|
|Biological Psychology |
The biological bases of behavior and methods of study. Topics include: anatomy and physiology of the nervous system and sense organs, drugs and behavior, sleep and dreaming, eating and drinking, memory and language, brain disorders and abnormal behavior.
|PSY 351||5 ECTS|
|Business Ethics |
Students will examine the ethical issues that arise in the context of business. The relevance of ethical theory to such issues as consumer rights and truth in advertising will be studied. Obligations to shareholders and negotiating strategies are discussed.
|GPH 230||5 ECTS|
|Business Law I |
Fundamental principles of law of contracts, contracts of guaranty and surety-ship, and the law of sales and secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code; the relationship of principal and agent and that of employer and employee; personal property, and bankruptcy.
|GBM 213||5 ECTS|
|Business Law II |
Organizational structure of business entitles, such as partnerships, joint ventures and corporation, and the functions and operation of each of these business entities, including government regulation of the employment relationship. Creditor and debtor's rights are examined and analyzed from both a theoretical and practical viewpoint. This includes focus on the laws of surety ship, secured transactions under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, the law of Commercial Paper under Article 3 and 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code and the law of Bankruptcy and the Bankruptcy Code.
|GBM 214||5 ECTS|
|Business Policy |
An integrated capstone course focusing on application of case studies to the nature, functions and activities of actual businesses, analyzing objectives, policies, and performance in relation to the outside environment. Emphasis is placed on ethical aspects of decision-making. Case studies are used to develop analytical skills. Knowledge and techniques developed in earlier courses are applied in this course.
|GBM 493||5 ECTS|
|Business Report Writing |
Provides students with intensive training in the various forms and situations of business writing, including correspondence, the proposal, and the major formal report. Students master the principles of writing clearly, concisely, correctly, and logically for business.
|LLE 203||5 ECTS|
|Clinical Psychology |
Overview of clinical psychology as both an art and a science. Roles of the clinical psychologist and the scientific foundations of assessment and treatment.
|PSY 402||5 ECTS|
|College Mathematics & Workshops |
Algebraic topics including linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, quadratic equations, all including word problems. Exponents and radicals, operations with polynomials, factoring, and graphing.
|GSM 130 (5 cr) and GSM 132 (1 cr)||6 ECTS|
|College Writing I |
Extensive practice in expository writing, with emphasis on the composition of a 3-5 page research paper in MLA format.
|GLL 121||5 ECTS|
|College Writing II |
Continued practice in expository writing. The capstone project is a 5-7 page research paper in APA format.
|GLL 122||5 ECTS|
|Comparative Economic Systems |
How societies with differing social, political, and economic systems (e.g. China, India) have organized themselves to satisfy economic needs. Analysis of the theory and practice of capitalism, socialism, and communism.
|GBE 311||5 ECTS|
|Consumer Behavior |
Examines marketing from the point of view of various behavioral science concepts, relevant consumer research, and practical marketing applications. Also examines motivation, personality, perception learning, attitude formation, and the importance of group dynamics, social class and culture on behavior in the marketplace.
|GBK 201||5 ECTS|
|Corporate Finance |
Methods of capital budgeting and corporate financial decision-making; valuation techniques, market efficiency, capital structure, dividend policy, Betas, cost of capital, portfolio analysis and the Miller Modiglian principle are incorporated into the analysis; financial analysis under conditions of certainty and uncertainty.
|GBF 220||5 ECTS|
|Critical Thinking in the College Classroom |
This course is designed to teach entering students critical, analytical and evaluative skills and provide them with extensive practice in their use so that they can undertake college level studies; and to create a solid foundation for students to take advanced courses as part of the core/or major. The main focus of this course is: the application of thinking skills in order to understand interdisciplinary college texts and electronic and print research materials; the development of a range of reading, writing, and communication skills for the college classroom; and the development of strategies for success inside and outside the college classroom.
|GPH 100||5 ECTS|
|Developmental Math |
Review of basic arithmetical and algebraic skills. Topics include whole numbers, factoring, fractions, decimals, linear equations, word problems and signed numbers. Required of all students who do not pass the placement test or have appropriate transfer credit for mathematics.
|By placement||GSM 001||0 ECTS|
|Developmental Psychology |
Stages of life: infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. Mental, emotional, and personality changes during development, and the psychological hurdles overcome.
|PSY 201||5 ECTS|
|Direct Marketing |
Topics include: Strategic planning, basic economic analysis, new product/business development, direct marketing information systems, short-term budgeting and forecasting, and management of direct marketing operations.
|GBK 351||5 ECTS|
Statistical techniques used to test the direction of economic variables or the relationship between economic variables; regression and correlation analysis; hypothesis testing and confidence intervals; time series analysis and forecasting.
|MAT 351||5 ECTS|
|Entrepreneurship and Management of Small Businesses |
Emphasizes entrepreneurship and successful small business management. Includes legal forms of ownership, franchises, commercial and governmental sponsors, starting or buying a small business, developing and writing a business plan, strategic planning, accounting, and financial consideration. Also covers purchasing and vendor analysis, production and inventory control, risk and insurance planning, human resource management, and marketing and sales. Includes using the computer, and advanced technologies to gain a competitive edge. Special focus on international opportunities for small business.
|GBM 320||5 ECTS|
|ESL: Essentials of Effective Reading & Writing |
ESL courses provide extensive work in English Language skills such as vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure. By the end of the sequence, students will be able to write five-paragraph essays.
E007.1 Essentials of Effective Reading; Writing
Placement by examination.
E007.2 Essentials of Effective Reading; Writing
Prerequisite: E007.1 or placement by examination.
E007.3 Essentials of Effective Reading; Writing
Prerequisite: E007.2 or placement by examination.
|E007.1 or E007.2 or by placement||E007.1; E007.2; E007.3||0 ECTS|
|Experimental Psychology |
Methodological and experimental approaches to human behavior focusing on sensation, perception, learning, and memory. Experiments conducted in class, results analyzed, and scientific reports written. Students also design and write a proposal for an experimental project.
|PSY 301||5 ECTS|
|Expository Writing |
Students develop the ability to write objective reports by studying examples from journals and newspapers.
|GLL 221||5 ECTS|
|Financial Statement Analysis |
Studies the objectives of important classes of external decision-makers, such as security analysts, credit grantors, etc. Covers the tools of analysis that are employed in the achievement of major analytical objectives, such as short-term liquidity, capital structure, and operating performance.
|GBA 209||5 ECTS|
|Finite Mathematics |
Review of set algebra, functions and relations; Boolean algebra and applications; counting techniques and elementary combinations; basic concepts of probability, theory of logic, vectors and matrices, linear systems of equations, Gauss Jordan, Cramer's rule and matrix inverse methods; linear programming. Introduction to permutation groups and group theory.
|MAT 240||5 ECTS|
|Fundamentals of Computers with Microcomputer Applications |
This course discusses the basic principles of computer literacy. The student is exposed to extensive computer terminology and a thorough discussion of computer theory, including the Internet. In addition, a hands-on computer lab is incorporated into the course. The student will learn Windows operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation application software. Outside lab time is required for class assignments. The software will be updated to reflect the constantly changing technologies available.
|GCO 120||5 ECTS|
|General Physics |
This two-semester course is designed for the non-physics major and covers relativity and nuclear, atomic, and molecular structure; classical mechanics; heat, electricity, magnetism, and light. The approach is generally quantitative, but does not require calculus. Laboratory experiments illustrate and test the fundamental laws and the reliability of results.
|GSP 101||5 ECTS|
|General Survey of Sociology and Anthropology |
The way that sociology helps us to understand the social realities of everyday life. The nature and impact of culture and social structure. How society shapes individuals. Sociology’s perspectives on family, social class, gender, politics, intergroup conflict, crime, and other aspects of society, Cultural continuity and change. Introduction to the anthropological approach to studying cultures.
|GSO 121||5 ECTS|
|German I & II |
A two semester introduction to the German language. It features basic language structures in order to enable the student to communicate in important every day settings. The participants learn elementary vocabulary, present and past tense as well as simple subordinate clauses. They gain familiarity with themes and issues of local significance by means of simple texts.
|LLG101, LLG102||5 ECTS|
|History of Economic Thought |
The development of economic thought as related to the changing economic and intellectual environment. Emphasis is on the modern period from Adam Smith to the present, and understanding the origins of contemporary economic concepts.
|GBE 312||5 ECTS|
|History of Science |
This course examines the role of science in the development of Western Civilization from its beginning as an area of astrological inquiry and speculation to its extraordinary impact on twentieth-century life.
|GSS 104||5 ECTS|
|History of the Holocaust |
The role of Nazism in the destruction of European Jewry, 1933–1945, is studied with special attention given to the reactions of world Jewry and foreign governments to the catastrophe. Ghetto and concentration camp existence, as well as, Jewish resistance movements are also analyzed.
|GJS 262||5 ECTS|
|History of the United States 1877-Present |
This course completes the survey of American history. It includes the major forces that shaped America from 1877 to the present, including western settlement, industrialism and the rise of cities, immigration, industrial labor, American expansion and imperialism, political protest movements, the social and cultural revolution of the 1920s, the Great Depression, and the New Deal, the World War II experience, the Cold War and the fall of Communism, suburbia, the Civil Rights Movement, recent economic developments, the women's movement, pluralism, and changes in the Presidency.
|GHS 106||5 ECTS|
|Human Resource Management |
Management and development of personnel, recruitment, selection and training of employees. Management techniques and productivity factors including fringe benefits, profit-sharing, employee-management labor relations; current theories of human resources
|GBM 224||5 ECTS|
|Industrial Psychology |
Psychological techniques for selecting and training employees, enhancing morale of workers and improving their relationship with management. Psychology of marketing and advertising.
|PSY 221||5 ECTS|
|Intercultural Communication |
Culture is communication. It is the way we organize our lives and interactions. This course is designed to explore ways that verbal and nonverbal communication occurs in various cultures in workplace, management, marketing, social, and other interactions. Recognizing globalization and our increasingly multicultural society, the aim of the course is to develop culturally fluent persons.
|GCA 305||5 ECTS|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics |
Analysis of total national output, income, employment and price level determinations, as well as factors contributing to long-term growth. Government's economic role in fiscal and monetary policy is also discussed.
|GBE 211||5 ECTS|
|Intermediate Microeconomics |
Optimal economic decision making on the level of individual economic units: optimal consumer decision-making and optimal producer decision-making. In-depth study of utility analysis and costs of production.
|GBE 212||5 ECTS|
|International Financial Markets |
Comprehensive discussion of the international financial environment. The market forces whose interplay determines exchange rates and governmental policies are covered. Parity theorems and description of the international equity and credit markets and their dynamics are presented. The forecasting of price changes and returns on equities and bonds in the international setting are covered.
|GBF 338||5 ECTS|
|International Marketing Management |
Designed to develop a systematic approach for analyzing trends shaping the global market place. Physical, cultural, socio-demographic, legal/political, and technological factors, among others, are explored. Emphasis is placed on development and implementation of optimal marketing programs to capitalize on emerging market opportunities as well as the avoidance of the pitfalls inherent in cross-national marketing activities.
|GBK 340||5 ECTS|
|International Trade and Monetary Systems |
An intensive examination of modern theories of international commercial policy and the balance of payments mechanism within the international monetary system. Developments in trade theory, the role of international reserves and the use of exchange controls are discussed.
|GBE 408||5 ECTS|
|Internship in Finance |
Seniors majoring in Economics and Finance can register for academic credit for field experience with business or government agencies. Students will work under the supervision of a faculty member.
|GBF 498||12 ECTS|
|Internship in Management |
Seniors may register for academic credit for field experience with business or government agencies, under the supervision of a faculty member.
|GBM 498||12 ECTS|
|Internship in Marketing |
Full-time, off-campus employment for seniors guided by outside personnel and the Business Chair.
|GBK 498||12 ECTS|
|Internship in Psychology |
Opportunity to work as an intern in an approved organization, such as a clinic, school or hospital. The customary requirement is to work 1 day per week, keep a log of daily activity, read relevant texts and journal articles, and write a brief paper linking observations to the literature. Coordinated by a site supervisor and Touro faculty member.
|Senior status and departmental permission||PSY 485||12 ECTS|
|Interpersonal Communication |
Much of the pain and confusion that result from misunderstandings can be avoided through a more complete awareness of the process of communication. The ability to communicate effectively is determined by self-concept and by sensitivity to and understanding of others. Verbal and non-verbal behavior. Includes elements of how people use communication to relate to each other: self-concept, needs, power, emotions, general, cultural values, conflicts and communication competence. Dialogs and role plays between client/case worker, teacher/pupil, parent/child are analyzed.
|GCA 215||5 ECTS|
|Introduction to American Literature |
A survey of nineteenth and twentieth century American writers. Readings from such authors as Hawthorne, Thoreau, Whitman, Dickinson, Twain, Hemingway, Faulkner, Mailer, Bellow, and Malamud.
|GLL 202||5 ECTS|
|Introduction to College Writing |
Intensive post-developmental reading and writing, leading to confidence and proficiency in the composition of five-paragraph essays.
|By placement||GLL 110||0 ECTS|
|Introduction to Counseling and Therapy |
Theories and techniques counseling. Course includes practice in interviewing and development of basic skills necessary for successful treatment.
|PSY 340||5 ECTS|
|Introduction to Philosophy |
This course covers techniques of critical analysis, familiarization with classical and contemporary writings in such areas as ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, political and social philosophy, philosophy of science, and aesthetics.
|GPH 101||5 ECTS|
|Introduction to Psychology |
Psychology as a biological, behavioral, and social science. Topics include: critical and scientific analysis of human behavior, fundamentals of psychological research, biological bases of behavior, states of consciousness, learning, thought, memory and intelligence, social behavior and personality, mental health and adjustment, diagnosis and treatment of abnormal behavior
|PSY 101||5 ECTS|
|Introduction to Public Relations |
This course provides an overview of the functions, practices, and use of public relations in the professional workplace. It provides preparations for entry into the public relations profession. Issue analysis, press releases, press kits, brochures, newsletters, and public relations planning are covered. Communication theories and applications are covered.
|GCA 217||5 ECTS|
|Investment Principles |
Characteristics and investment strategies related to stocks, bonds, and options. Sources of return and risk are explored. The foundations of financial research are developed with regard to information sources, valuation techniques, computation of return and risk and their relationship. SEC regulations; methods of performance evaluation.
|GBF 210||5 ECTS|
|Jewish Art |
This course focuses on the methodological, theoretical, and concrete implications of representation in Jewish Art.
|COA 302||5 ECTS|
Models of animal and human learning including classical and operant conditioning, as well as contemporary theories drawn from information processing and cognitive science. Applications to education, social and clinical psychology.
|PSY 210||5 ECTS|
|Marketing Management |
This course helps students conceptualize the strategic planning process as it relates to the primary determinants of sales and profits. Students also develop an in-depth understanding of the business and ethical problems marketing managers face in a global marketing environment, and explore various solutions to these problems.
|GBK 204||5 ECTS|
|Marketing Research |
Explores the scope, history and ethics of Marketing Research. Particular attention is given to methods of research design, the use of secondary data from marketing decisions, and the distinction between qualitative and quantitative techniques. Students are introduced to techniques of questionnaire design as well as basic statistics for the social sciences. Where appropriate, dedicated software for marketing research, especially SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) is utilized.
|GBK 202||5 ECTS|
|Mass Media in America |
The public receives most of its information through the filter of the media. To make informed decisions, students need to be aware to the forces that operate in the media. An examination of the responsibilities, values, structure, dissemination of information and effectiveness of the media (newspapers, magazines radio, television, film, on-line). Attention to the freedoms of speech and press and potential conflicts with the rights of the individual and public.
|GCA 168||5 ECTS|
|Modern Jewish History 1750-Present |
Students will inquire into: the major movements and developments including the rise of the Hassidic movement, Jewish emancipation in Germany, France, and America; renaissance of Jewish scholarship; torment in Eastern Europe which stimulated mass immigration to America; religious divisiveness in Europe and America; Germany, anti-Semitism, the rise of Zionism; World Wars I and II; and the modern State of Israel.
|GJS 124||5 ECTS|
|Modern Israel |
This course will explore the roots of Zionism in religious tradition and the strings of modern nationalism which gave it a political form. Emphasis will be placed on Theodore Herzl, Chaim Weizmann, Zev Zabotinsky and Ben Gurion, the early Zionist congress, the rise of the State of Israel, the kibbutz, the cultural developments with emphasis on great writers, the role or religion in the state, Arab-Jewish confrontation and other contemporary problems.
|GJS 225||5 ECTS|
|Money and Banking |
Money and its equivalents, interest rates, and the banking system. In particular, the workings of the money market and its instruments, including treasury bills and commercial paper, financial institutions, and monetary policy and its effects on the national and global economies.
|GBE 204||5 ECTS|
|Multicultural American Literature |
The canon of American literature is vastly changing with the growing interest of scholars and intellectuals in the literature of multicultural writers. This course focuses on these emerging works, emphasizing their impact on American literature, our culture, and ourselves.
|GLL 232||5 ECTS|
|Multinational Business Management |
Detailed examination of the economic, cultural, political, and legal environment of multinational business, beginning with a historical review of the growth of international business and the development of institutions such as the IMF, World Bank, and the WTO. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of the European Union and emerging markets. The strategy and structure, and the financial environment, of international business and the mechanisms through which international capital markets operate are discussed. The final phase of the course deals with international business functions, including international marketing, human resources, accounting, and finance.
|GBM 310||5 ECTS|
Cognitive function in the normal and brain-injured adult. Methods of neuropsychological assessment in clinical and research situations. Topics include consciousness, body sense, spatial understanding, language encoding, attention, memory, perceptual processing including vision, and personality. Strategies for remediation.
|PSY 432||5 ECTS|
|Organizational Theory and Behavior |
An examination of theories, concepts and research findings emerging from the various disciplines that study individual and group behavior within organizational systems. Important topics include: work motivation, leadership and social influence, satisfaction, job performance, performance appraisal, group dynamics, communication and current issues of particular interest.
|GBM 202||5 ECTS|
Description and assessment of personality. Classical approaches of psychoanalysis tract theory, humanism, behaviorism and cognitive theorists as well as contemporary research and practical applications.
|PSY 310||5 ECTS|
|Political Economy of Israel |
The unique aspects of the economy of Israel as affected by international, national, and regional political developments with reference to overall economic development, agriculture, industry, the Kibbutz, Moshav, and the private sector.
|GBE 303||5 ECTS|
|Portfolio Analysis |
This course provides an examination of modern portfolio theory. It first sets the foundation of the Investment Policy Statement. The course will include an introduction to the fundamental portfolio analysis tools, portfolio risk and return measures and the process of optimal portfolio selection. Following this, it covers topics of applications to portfolio construction and management relevant to Equity and Fixed Income portfolios. These will include international diversification, risk management and hedging, strategies, benchmarks and performance evaluation.
|GBF 321||5 ECTS|
Functions, solution of equations and systems of equations, the trigonometric functions and their graphs, addition theorems and identities, logarithmic and exponential functions, and elementary analytic geometry.
|GSM 134||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Accounting I |
Introduction to the double-entry system of debits and credits, journal entries and general ledger accounts, steps leading up to financial statement preparation and format of financial statements. Also included are studies of merchandising companies and determination of inventory balances and cost of goods sold, and an introduction to the accounting treatment of various assets and liabilities.
|GBA 101||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Accounting II |
Focuses on partnership and corporate accounting, as well as statements of cash flow and financial statement analysis. Overviews of complex partnership issues, as well as complex corporate issues, are covered.
|GBA 102||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Finance |
An introductory study of the basic principles, instruments, and institutions in the financial marketplace; Topics include the concept of money; the Federal Reserve and the banking system; the provision and management of funds for both the short and long terms; the basic financial instruments; financial characteristics of the firm, including basic balance sheet analysis; the role of the stock and bond markets; interest rates and present value analysis; personal finance issues.
|GBF 101||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Management |
An introduction to the basic theory and practice of management. Examination of the managerial functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling, and analysis of environmental influences on decision-making. Students will use micro-computer programs for business applications.
|GBM 101||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Marketing |
A study of basic marketing theory and practice. Major topics include analysis of consumer market structure versus industrial market system, product planning, channels of distribution, pricing, promotion, and relevant government regulation.
|GBK 101||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Macroeconomics |
An introductory course covering issues relating to the economy as a whole. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, the study of national income and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), national income determination, investment, consumption and consumption theories; classical economic theories, Keynesianism, monetarism, rational expectations, supply-side economics; the business cycle, inflation, unemployment; money and the money supply, the banking system, the federal reserve system, monetary and fiscal policy, budget deficits and the national debt.
|GBE 101||5 ECTS|
|Principles of Microeconomics |
An introductory course covering issues relating to individual economic units: namely, the individual consumer, the individual firm, the individual factors of production-land, labor, and capital. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, price theory, price determination through equilibrium, supply and demand, analysis of consumer demand, utility theory and marginal utility, consumer equilibrium, indifference curve analysis, analysis of supply, theory of production, pricing in perfectly and imperfectly competitive markets, types of imperfect competition, anti-trust laws in the U.S., and distribution of income.
|GBE 102||5 ECTS|
|Psychological Testing |
Theoretical and statistical foundations of psychological testing. Measurement of intelligence, aptitudes, academic skills, personality, and behavior. Includes formal and informal tests and rating scales.
|PSY 231||5 ECTS|
|Psychology of Eating Disorders |
The etiology, description, and treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder associated with obesity. Relation between eating disorders and other psychopathology.
|PSY 420||4 ECTS|
|Psychology of Health and Illness |
This course will examine psychological influences on how people stay healthy, why they become ill, and how they respond when they are ill. Topics include the mind-body relationship, stress and stress management, chronic pain, headaches, biofeedback, the patient in various treatment settings. The course also examines changes in lifestyle and psychological issues faced by individuals dealing with stroke, arthritis, diabetes, hearheart disease, cancer and AIDS
|PSY 345||5 ECTS|
|Psychology of Motivation |
Motivation for human behavior from the basic psychological drives to higher drives such as achievement, self-fulfillment and altruism. Emphasis on contemporary research as well as classical theories.
|PSY 205||5 ECTS|
|Psychology of the Exceptional Child |
Special problems of children who differ markedly from the average: mentally retarded, brain damaged, psychologically disturbed, sociopathic, physically handicapped, culturally deprived, and gifted children. Genetics, neuropsychological, and sociological aspects, as well as causes, assessment, and remediation.
|PSY 401||4 ECTS|
|Public Speaking |
Effectiveness in public speaking is vital for students who wish to achieve prominence in their chosen field. Intensive study of the preparation and delivery of various forms of public speaking. Continued focus on oral fluency and clarity of articulation. Skills include audience analysis, the development of ideas, organization and outlining, unity and coherence of speaking through impromptu, informative, demonstration and persuasive speaking assignments. Required of Education majors.
|GCA 101||5 ECTS|
|Real Estate Finance I |
Examines the fundamentals of real estate finance, including various types of mortgages and financing structures, loan underwriting, the construction loan, and the secondary mortgage. Debt securitization and financing residential and income-producing property are explored.
|GBF 343||5 ECTS|
|Real Estate Finance II |
Provides an analytical framework for understanding the real estate finance and development process from both a quantitative and non-quantitative perspective. Topics addressed include establishing investment/development objectives, identifying prospective sites, understanding the public permitting process, preparing market and feasibility studies, securing debt and equity financing, coordinating the design and construction process, and marketing and managing real estate assets. Includes preparation of income statements, sources and uses of funds statements, federal tax impact analysis, and discounted cash flow analysis.
|GBF 344||5 ECTS|
|Real Estate Principles I, II |
Instruments and procedure of real estate, agency and contract law. Current regulations concerning fair housing rules, land use, and ethical practices as required in license law. Also covered is real estate mathematics relating to methods of financing and determining the value of real property and closing costs.
|GBF 241, GBF 242||5 ECTS|
|Selected Topics in Finance |
An upper division course designed to give greater coverage to those finance topics that are not covered in great detail in other courses. The topics selected are at the discretion of the instructor. Some potential topics include dividend policy, mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy and reorganization, risk markets, cost of capital and capital structure. An integral part of the course is the class presentation required of all students. The presentation revolves around some area of interest from the topics covered in the course.
|GBF 400||5 ECTS|
|Senior Honors Seminar |
This course is oriented to teaching students how to prepare a thesis, helping them to decide on a research topic by discussing issues with the seminar coordinator and visiting faculty, finding a mentor, preparing the outline of the project, presenting their ideas orally and in writing to peers and the seminar coordinator, and writing the literature review for their proposal. It is intended to produce the first part of the Senior Honors Project.
|PSY 492||5 ECTS|
|Senior Honors Project in Psychology |
Independent research study including literature review, protocol, methods and implementation, statistical analysis, results and discussion, supervised by a Touro faculty member or appropriate substitute.
|PSY 494||5 ECTS|
|Social Psychology |
Social influences on values, attitudes, and behavior. Determinants of social perceptions and cognitions. Bases for friendship, love, prejudice, and anti-social behavior. Group dynamics involved in conformity, conflict and cooperation.
|PSY 102||5 ECTS|
|Statistics for Social Science Major |
Basic concepts in descriptive and inerential statistics, including measurement scales, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and distribution, correlation coefficients, linear regression, probability theory, binominal distribution, and parametric and non-parametric tests of significant differences. Introduction to hypothesis testing. Prerequisite: GSM 130 or by placement
|MAT 261||5 ECTS|
|Statistics: Theory and Application |
This course surveys the basics of descriptive and inferential statistics, the standard normal probability distribution, sampling, estimation and hypothesis testing, probability theory, correlation and regression. Designed for students majoring in Business Education and the Natural Sciences.
|GSM 261||5 ECTS|
|Strategic Marketing Management |
An in-depth exploration of strategic marketing such as target marketing, product development, pricing and competitive activity, developed and implemented in a realistic computer-based simulation, within the broader framework of business strategy.
|GBK 408||5 ECTS|
|Topics in Management |
Study of selected topics in Management.
|GBM 400||5 ECTS|
|Topics in Marketing |
In-depth focus on a marketing topic of current interest. Possible topics include marketing for service and non-profit organizations, new product development or direct marketing.
|GBK 400||5 ECTS|
|Urban Economics |
The city as an economic organization. Urbanization trends, functional specification, and the nature of growth within the city; organization of economic activity within the city and its outlying areas, the organization of the labor market, and problems of urban poverty; the urban public economy; housing and land-use problems; transportation problems; special problems within the public sector.
|GBE 220||5 ECTS|