New Century College

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Course Details

New Century College offers courses in every semester: Fall, Spring and Summer. Courses vary each semester and fulfill different degree requirements. Below are details that do not appear in the course’s catalog description.

Spring 2015

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Course

Total Credits Earned

LC Earned

EL Earned

General Education Fulfilled

Other

NCLC 103: Human Creativity

6

 

 

Arts & Natural Science (non-lab)

This course is only open to freshmen.

 

NCLC 202: Public Speaking/Critical Thinking

4

4

1

Oral Communication

Counts toward the English/Communication endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

NCLC 203: Inquiry to Action

6

 

 

Social/Behavioral Sciences & Information Technology

This course is only open to freshmen.

 

NCLC 204: Leadership Theory/Practice

 

3

3

 

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

NCLC 249: Digital Literacy

4

4

1

Information Technology

 

 

NCLC 275: Leadership for Sustainability

1

1

 

 

This course is only open to students living in the Sustainability Living/Learning Community.

 

NCLC 290: Internship

1-6

 

1-6

 

Students must submit an internship application and be approved to register.

 

NCLC 294: Service Learning Experience – Mason Corps

1-3

 

1-3

 

Instructor approval required for registration.

 

NCLC 295: Explorations of Mindful Living

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students living in the Mindful Living Living/Learning Community.

 

NCLC 295: Capital & Community

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students living in the Cornerstones Living/Learning Community.

 

NCLC 295: Leadership & Community Engagement

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students living in the Community Engagement & Leadership Living/Learning Community.

 

NCLC 303: Intro to International Studies

3

3

 

Global Understanding

 

 

NCLC 304: Social Movements & Community Activism

 

4

4

1

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

 

NCLC 305: Conflict Resolution & Transformation

6

6

1

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

 

NCLC 312: Images & Experiences of Childhood

4

4

1

 

Counts toward the humanities endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

NCLC 314: Conflict, Trauma & Healing

6

6

2

Global Understanding

Counts toward the humanities endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

NCLC 316: Intro to Childhood Studies

4

4

1

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

 

NCLC 331: The Nonprofit Sector

 

4

4

1

 

 

NCLC 334: Environmental Justice

 

4

4

1

 

 

NCLC 337: Social Justice Consciousness

 

3

3

 1

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

 

NCLC 355: Consciousness, Meaning & Life Purpose

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 362: Social Justice & Human Rights

 

3

3

 

Global Understanding

 

NCLC 375: Understanding the Sciences

 

6

6

2

Natural Science lab

Earns 4 credits toward the natural science endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

 

NCLC 375: Parent-Child Relations

 

3

3

 

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

NCLC 390: Internship

1-6

 

1-6

 

Students must submit an internship application and be approved to register.

 

NCLC 391: Intro to Integrative Studies

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 395: School through Students’ Eyes

 

3

 

3

Social & Behavioral Science

 

NCLC 395: Beekeeping & Sustainability

 

3

 

3

Natural Science

 

NCLC 395: Communication, Conflict & Mediation Process

3

 

3

 

 

NCLC 395: Interpersonal Conflict Awareness

 

3

 

3

 

 

NCLC 395: Explorations of Mindful Living

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students living in the Mindful Living Living/Learning Community.

 

NCLC 395: Leading Diversity

 

2

 

2

 

 

NCLC 395: Mindfulness & Stress Mgmt

 

3

 

3

 

 

NCLC 397: Leading Diversity

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students enrolled in NCLC 395: Leading Diversity.

 

NCLC 398: History & Culture of New Orleans

1

 

1

 

Students must submit an application and be approved to register.

 

NCLC 402: People & Plants

6

6

2

Natural Science

Counts toward the natural science endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

NCLC 404: Ethics & Leadership

 

4

4

1

 

 

NCLC 405: Women & Leadership

 

4

4

1

 

 

NCLC 410: Contemporary Health Issues

 

4

4

1

Social & Behavioral Science

 

 

NCLC 416: Refugees & Internal Displacement

 

3

3

1

Global Understanding

 

NCLC 420: Work Effectiveness Skills

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 422: Approaches to American Foreign Policy

4

4

1

Global Understanding

Counts toward the Government elective endorsement requirement for Social Science for Education students

 

NCLC 445: Multimedia Design

5

5

2

Information Technology

 

 

NCLC 455: Consciousness & Transformation in Action

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 475: Conservation Behavior

 

6

6

2

Natural Science lab

Earns 4 credits toward the natural science endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

 

NCLC 475: Human Trafficking

3

3

1

Global Understanding

 

 

NCLC 475: Critiques of New Media

 

3

3

 

Information Technology

 

NCLC 475: Leadership & Positive Organizations

 

3

3

 

 

 

**Cancelled** NCLC 475: The American Dream 

3

3

 

Social & Behavioral Science

 

NCLC 475: Animal Rights as Ecofeminism

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 475 Integrative Studies Capstone: Social Innovation in Action

 

6

6

3

 

 

NCLC 475 Integrative Studies Capstone: Creativity for Social Action and Transformation

 

6

6

3

   

NCLC 475: Conflict Transformation from the Inside Out

 

3

3

 

 

 

NCLC 475: President’s Leadership Seminar

 

4

4

1

 

 

NCLC 490: Internship

1-6

 

1-6

 

Students must submit an internship application and be approved to register.

 

NCLC 495: Explorations of Mindful Living

1

 

1

 

This course is only open to students living in the Mindful Living Living/Learning Community.

 

EDRD 301: Facilitating Literacy in the School or Community

 

3

 

3

 

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