The future of higher education is online. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are classes that are offered online, free of charge. Students progress through the course material at their own pace, moving as quickly or slowly as necessary. Subject mastery is tested through four online quizzes.
There will always be a place for powerful, effective teachers. MOOCs allow these talented educators to reach a wider audience. In this way, students will be able to learn from the best no matter where they live. St. Scholastica has been offering MOOCs for many years on a variety of industry-relevant topics from ethical leadership and leading effective project teams, to health data analytics and rural healthcare staffing stability.
This course provides an introduction to ethical decision making and ethical leadership. The course examines a variety of ethical issues that employees and organizations face. You will explore ethical theories, ethical decision making models, role of governmental policies and corporate governance. You will learn about practices that help encourage ethical behavior in organizations.
Dates: May 24-Aug. 1
Health humanities, also known as medical humanities, applies humanistic perspectives and liberal learning to health care and medicine. It is a rapidly growing, interdisciplinary field that explores questions of value and meaning in human health and in health care. This free series offers four separate courses in which you can attend one or all, offering insight into the fast-growing field of healthcare humanities (medical humanities.)
Earn up to 12 CEUs from AHIMA. These free MOOCs are eligible for CEUs in the areas of social work and nursing in the state of Minnesota and may be eligible in those areas in other states. Please refer to your state association's guidelines. A four-course series in which you may take one, two, three or all of the courses. See the start dates below.
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