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Vegas Williams -- He has light brown skin, almond-shaped black eyes, and short curly black hair. His muscles have muscles. His heritage includes African-American, American, Asian, and Hispanic. He speaks English and Spanish. He is 23 years old in 2015. Vegas grew up with a single mother who had four children each by a different father: "You know how they say 'What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas' ...? Well, I didn't." His older sister is Folly and his younger twin brothers are Don Julio and Don Juan. Vegas works at Blues Moon as one of the bouncers. He also has a lot of friends at Buster Hump's Gym. As a hobby, he enjoys dexterity-based tabletop games such as Jenga and Pickup Sticks.
Qualities: Good (+2) Bouncer, Good (+2) Dexterity Games, Good (+2) Friends at the Gym, Good (+2) Kinesthetic Intelligence, Good (+2) Strength
Poor (-2) Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

Ronalda Nash -- She has fair skin, brown eyes, and straight brown hair past her shoulders. She wears glasses. She speaks English and Spanish. She is 25 years old in 2015. Ronalda earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a Concentration in Adapted Physical Education - Teacher Education with a minor in Africana Studies and a Party Monitor Certificate at California State University, Long Beach. She worked at a gym for two years. Then Ronalda moved to the University of Nebraska-Omaha where she is working on a Master of Science in Health and Kinesiology with a Physical Activity in Health Promotion Concentration and a minor in Women's and Gender Studies. That leaves her chronically short of cash, so she recently took a job at Blues Moon as a bouncer, specifically focusing on relationship issues and other things that party monitors specialize in handling. Her utility belt includes a first aid kit, feminine hygiene supplies, and safer sex supplies. Other party monitor supplies stay in a storage box. Ronalda enjoys a wide range of sports
Qualities: Expert (+4) Adapted Physical Education, Good (+2) Athletic, Good (+2) Diversity Studies, Good (+2) Emotional Intelligence, Good (+2) Party Monitor
Poor (-2) Broke College Student

You can read about the Party Monitor Kit here.

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with
a Concentration in Adapted Physical Education Teacher Education
Concentration in Adapted Physical Education – Teacher Education (120 units)
at California State University, Long Beach

This concentration places emphasis on teaching public school PE to students with disabilities in preschool through grade 12.
Completion of this concentration is part of Commission on Teacher Credentialing requirements for subject matter competence for the Single Subject Physical Education Teaching (SSPE) and Adapted Physical Education Added Authorization (APEAA) (K-12) taken along with additional credential course work.
All Applicants, including Freshmen and Transfer Students, click here for more information on the application process at CSULB, including currently required courses, for options with Major Specific Admission Requirements.

APE Concetration Degree course Requirements
Lower Division:
Take all of the following courses:
• BIOL 207 Human Physiology (4)
Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements.
• BIOL 208 Human Anatomy (4)
Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements.
• PSY 100 General Psychology (3)
Prerequisites/Corequisites: GE A1 requirement.
• KIN 149A Self Defense (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 237 Techniques and Analysis of Aquatic Skills (2)
Prerequisites: KIN 125A or 125B or consent of instructor, American Red Cross Community First Aid and CPR certifications or equivalent. To maintain enrollment, students must pass the swimming proficiency examination that will be administered the first week of instruction.
• KIN 250 Techniques of Basketball (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 251 Techniques of Flag Football (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 253 Techniques of Soccer (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 255 Techniques of Softball (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 257 Techniques of Volleyball (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 261 Techniques and Analysis of Fundamental Rhythms (2)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 264 Techniques of Golf (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 265 Techniques of Gymnastics (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 266 Techniques of Badminton (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 267 Techniques of Tennis (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 268 Techniques of Track and Field (1)
Prerequisites: None.
• KIN 270 Professional Practices in Public School Physical Education (3)
Prerequisites: GE A1 course.
Upper Division:
Take all of the following courses:
• KIN 315 Motor Development (3)
Prerequisites: BIOL 207, 208; PSY 100 or equivalent.
• KIN 320 Adapted Physical Education (3)
Prerequisites: BIOL 208.
• KIN 335 Historical and Cultural Foundations of Sport and Kinesiology in America (3)
Prerequisites: Upper Division Standing.
• KIN 343 Techniques and Analysis of Fitness (2)
Prerequisites: KIN 270.
• KIN 370 Movement Theory and Practice of Elementary Physical Education (3)
Prerequisites: KIN 270.
• KIN 380 Principles, Organization and Management of Secondary School Physical Education (3)
Prerequisites: KIN 149, 237, 250, 253, 255, 257, 261, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 343, 370 or consent of instructor. Corequisites: EDSS 300P.
• KIN 387 Physical Activities for the Disabled (3)
Prerequisites: KIN 320,. Corequisites: KIN 427 KIN 489A.
• KIN 388 Program Planning and Instruction in Adapted Physical Education (3)
Prerequisites: KIN 387. Corequisites: KIN 489A.
• KIN 427 Physical and Motor Assessment (3)
Prerequisites: KIN 315 or equivalent and KIN 320 or equivalent; upper-division undergraduate or graduate standing.
• KIN 460 Applied Theory and Analysis of Non-Traditional Physical Education Games & Activities (2)
Prerequisites: KIN 370, senior standing.
A fieldwork, field experience or internship course requires current certification in First Aid (American Red Cross: Community First Aid & Safety or Emergency Response or Workplace Training: Standard First Aid or equivalent) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (American Red Cross: Adult CPR or Adult, Infant & Child CPR or CPR for the Professional Rescuer; American Heart Association: Adult CPR or Adult, Infant & Child CPR or ACLS Provider or equivalent) prior to enrollment.
Additional Information
Students enrolling in physical education activity courses assume responsibility for satisfactory health status appropriate to the class activity.
In addition to the degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Kinesiology, the Major must meet the following Department policies and requirements for University graduation:
1. Each major course and prerequisite course must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. A course in which a grade lower than a "C" is received must be retaken and successfully completed prior to enrolling in any course for which it is a prerequisite;
2. Upper division courses may not be waived by substitution or examination without Department petition and approval;
3. Department approval.
Downloads for Adapted Physical Education Added Authorization (APEAA) link
Information for undergraduates and teachers who are interested in attaining an Adapted Physical Education (APEAA). link
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Minor in Africana Studies
at California State University, Long Beach

Requirements
The Minor in Africana Studies is open to any non-Africana Studies majors.
The Minor in Africana Studies requires a minimum of 24 units of which at least 12 units must be in upper-division courses.
Take two or more courses from each of the following:
• Group A: AFRS 120, AFRS 121, AFRS 154, AFRS 200, AFRS 201, AFRS 210, AFRS 310, AFRS 325, AFRS 330, AFRS 332, AFRS 335, AFRS 354, AFRS 400, AFRS 410, AFRS 420, AFRS 430

Courses

120. African American History to 1865 (3)
Prerequisite/Corequisite: One GE Foundation course.
Survey course on African American history with origins in African culture and civilization. Focus on the role, impact and significance of African Americans in the U.S. from the colonial period through the American Revolution, enslavement and the Civil War.

121. African American History Since 1865-Present (3)
Prerequistie/Corequistie: One GE Foundation course.
Impact of social, economic and political change on African Americans after the Reconstruction period. Issues of migration, education, cultural development and business enterprises will be examined.

325. Africana Psychology (3)
Prerequisite: AFRS 110 or PSY 100
Develops the concept of Africana Psychology. Using comparative techniques, the course introduces students to common consequences in the experience of being a person of African descent, or a person of color.

420. African American Children in Public Schools (3)
Theories, concepts and principles relating to the intellectual growth, development and learning of African American children.

• Group B: AFRS 140, AFRS 155, AFRS 160,AFRS 255, AFRS 343A, AFRS 343B, AFRS 346, AFRS 353, AFRS 363, AFRS 415,AFRS 454, AFRS 475, AFRS 498I

353. Religions of African Peoples (3)
Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, one or more Exploration courses and upper-division standing.
Critical examination of selected spiritual and ethical traditions of the world African community with emphasis on Maat, Ifa, Christianity and Islam, their sacred texts and commentaries, major themes, representative figures, and comparative analyses of their continental and diaspora expressions.

475. Racism and Sexism: An Analytical Approach (3)
Prerequisite: AFRS 332
Examination of institutions and a study of legislation which has been written and implemented in consequence of racism and sexism in American society. Social theories used to support and reject concepts of racism and sexism will also be presented.

Take the following core course:
• AFRS 110 Introduction to Africana Studies (3)
Prerequisite/Corequisite: One GE Foundation course.
• AFRS 495 Research Methods in Africana Studies (3)
Prerequisites: AFRS 110 and 6 units upper-division work in Africana Studies. For Department majors.


Party Monitor Certificate
at California State University, Long Beach

In T-America, these classes are offered as 1-credit intensives (typically one weekend to two weeks) primarily during school breaks, although the weekend versions are offered at the beginning of the semester to get people started. Some are also offered as 2-credit classes during the semester. Only the first six are required to become an official Party Monitor. The others are offered to expand options for students who wish to continue developing their skills in entertainment safety. This certificate appeals to people studying Business, Conflict Management, Peace and Justice, Women's and Gender Studies, and other fields.
Introduction to Party Monitoring
First Aid for Social Occasions
Citizen Law and Event Planning
De-escalation Skills
Integrated Basic Self-Defense
Relationship Awareness and Safety
Hosting Skills
Conversation and Socializing
Party Games and Entertainment
Refreshments for Social Events
Introverts and Extroverts at Parties
Planning Inclusive Events


Master of Science in Health and Kinesiology
with a Physical Activity in Health Promotion Concentration

at the University of Nebraska-Omaha
Degree Requirements
Code Title Credits
Concentrations
Student must select an area of concentration. 30
HEKI 8990 THESIS 6
Total Credits 36
Course List
Exit Requirements
Thesis 6 hours HEKI 8990. All candidates should carefully review the Graduate College requirements for forming the supervisory committee, and submitting the Supervisory Committee and Thesis/Thesis Equivalent Proposal Approval Forms and final approval and submission of the thesis.

Physical Activity in Health Promotion Concentration
Code Title Credits
Undergraduate deficiencies may include:
BMCH 2400 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY & ANATOMY I
KINS 4940 PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE
Required Concentration Courses
HEKI 8030/9031 RESEARCH IN HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION 3
KINS 8040/9041 ADVANCED STATISTICS 3
KINS 8206 PLANNING WORKSITE WELLNESS PROGRAMS 3
KINS 8120 CURRENT TOPICS IN WEIGHT MANAGEMENT 3
KINS 8130/9131 IMPLEMENTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN DIVERSE POPULATIONS 3
KINS 8140/9141 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH RELATED RESEARCH 3
HEKI 8850/9851 EXERCISE FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS 3
PHHB 8600 HEALTH BEHAVIOR 3
HEKI 8990 THESIS 6
Recommended Electives
Select 6 hours from the following graduate course prefixes: PHHB, HEKI, KINS. (Others upon approval)
KINS 8506 BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF COACHING 3
KINS 8280 CURRICULUM IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
Total Credits 36


Women’s and Gender Studies Minor
at the University of Nebraska-Omaha

Requirements
The WGS minor requires 18 credits:
Code Title Credits
WGST 2010 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE 3
WGST 2020 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES: HUMANITIES 3
Select 12 credits of approved upper-division (3000-4000 level) WGST elective courses (see below) 12
Total Credits 18
Course List
Please be advised that students who elect to complete both the WGS minor and LGBTQ-Sexuality Studies minor may count no more than two upper-division courses toward the completion of both minors.
Electives
Code Title Credits
WGST 3020 GENDER AND LEADERSHIP I 3
WGST/PHHB 3080 HEALTH CONCEPTS OF SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT 3
WGST 4260 WOMEN OF COLOR WRITERS 3
WGST/GERO/PHHB 4550 HEALTH ASPECTS OF AGING 3
PHHB/SOC 4700 WOMEN'S HEALTH AND ISSUES OF DIVERSITY 3

For a graduate minor, T-America requires two classes at graduate level plus a paper connecting Women’s and Gender Studies to the student's major field.

WGST 8105 LGBT POLITICS (3 credits)
This course introduces students to the political struggle for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) equal rights in the United States using a model of political empowerment, which may be applied for all minority or identity groups and social movements, generating operationalized measures of progress toward the loci of political power. (Cross-listed with PSCI 3100, PSCI 8105, WGST 3100)

WGST 8156 GEOGRAPHY, GENDER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3 credits)
An advanced seminar focused on links among geography, gender and work, emphasizing leadership and entrepreneurship. The course considers theory and method in addition to empirical work. The nature of space, of gender, and of work, are examined. Topics include the gendering of work, the geography of entrepreneurship, gender and leadership. (Cross-listed with WGST 4150, ENTR 4150, ENTR 8156, GEOG 4150 and GEOG 8156).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior, senior, or graduate standing, or permission of instructor.


Chet Elkins -- He has fair skin, blue eyes, and short brown hair with a scruffy mustache and beard. He is 21 years old in 2015. Chet is working toward a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Concentration in Integrative Studies connecting a Business for Non-Business Majors Minor and a Sports Medicine minor at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. His aggression is sometimes useful on the field, but often troublesome elsewhere. As a hobby, Chet enjoys wilderness activities such as camping and backpacking. He doesn't care about clothes, so he tends to dress in light neutrals so nothing clashes. He gets thrown out of a batch party at Blues Moon for being obnoxious.
Qualities: Good (+2) Football Player, Good (+2) Kinesthetic Intelligence, Good (+2) Popular, Good (+2) Sports Medicine, Good (+2) Wilderness Activities
Poor (-2) Aggressive

Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Arts
To obtain a B.A. with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies, a student must fulfill university, college, and program requirements. As an interdisciplinary major of at least 50 hours, this major meets the College breadth requirement. Other hour requirements follow:
• 46 hours of University General Education courses
Most majors do not complete 46 hours of coursework solely for the purpose of meeting University General Education requirements. Instead they select courses that meet multiple requirements.
• 16 hours foreign language requirement
• 50 hours of major courses
• At least 8 hours of electives
TOTAL HOURS: 120
Requirements
Code Title Credits
INDS 1000
INTRODUCTION TO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 3
One approved research methods or statistics course. 3-4
Approved courses include but are not limited to the following:
PSCI 2000
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL INQUIRY AND WRITING
Elective hours to be determined in consultation with the advisor 5-11
INDS 4950 SENIOR CAPSTONE 3
Integrative Studies or Individualized Studies Concentration 30-36
Optional
This academic plan may include one or more semesters of study abroad, or internships, if appropriate.
Total Credits 50-51

Concentration in Integrative Studies
This academic plan must include two minor programs of study chosen in consultation with faculty and staff advisors from any academic programs in the university to build content knowledge in specific areas of focus. Students must complete all requirements of each minor program of study including at least 18 credits of upper-division coursework.

Business for Non-Business Majors Minor
Requirements
A minor in Business is offered for students outside the College of Business and may be obtained by completing all of the following five (5) courses for a total of 15 credit hours. A grade of C (2.00) or better is required for a course to apply to the Business minor, and an overall 2.50 GPA within the Minor is required to earn the minor. At least 3 of the 5 courses for the Business Minor must be taken at an AACSB accredited institution.
Code Title Credits
Minor in Business for Non-Business Majors Required Course
ACCT 2000 ACCOUNTING BASICS FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS 3
ECON 2200 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO) 3
MKT 3310 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3
MGMT 3490 MANAGEMENT 3
ENTR 3710 ENTREPRENEURIAL FOUNDATIONS 3
Total Credits 15

Sports Medicine Minor
Requirements
Code Title Credits
PHHB 3030 FIRST AID 1 3
HEKI 2000 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 1
HEKI 3090 APPLIED NUTRITION 3
KINS 1010 INTRODUCTION TO ATHLETIC TRAINING 1
KINS 3040 PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES 3
BMCH 2400 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY & ANATOMY I 4
Course List
1 If a student already has current CPR certification and First Aid certification they may substitute KINS 1800 OR KINS 3010


Jahquil Crain -- He has sorrel skin, brown eyes, and nappy brown hair in a bushy Afro. His heritage is African-American. He speaks English. He is 23 years old in 2015. Jahquil works as a custodian in a large office building in Omaha, Nebraska. He is the boyfriend of Alyssa Leighton. Witty and personable, he loves parties, but tends to overestimate how much liquor he can hold. As a hobby, Jahquil enjoys gardening.
Qualities: Good (+2) Custodian, Good (+2) Extrovert, Good (+2) Gardening, Good (+2) Stamina, Good (+2) Witty
Poor (-2) Low Alcohol Tolerance

Lalisa Sordino -- She has olive skin, brown eyes, and long wavy hair that bleaches from brown to ash-blonde. She is tall and slim. Her heritage is Italian-American. She speaks English, Italian, and Spanish. Lalisa is studying toward a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood and Family Studies with a minor in Foods and Nutrition at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. She also belongs to the Early Childhood Association there. She has recently earned a Designated Driver Certificate.
Lalisa grew up in an alcoholic family and became determined to do better in her own life. This made her alert and responsible, but it also left her with a tendency toward worrying and controlling. Because she never drinks alcoholic beverages, she often serves as a designated driver for her friends. She doesn't mind people drinking, as long as they don't get too drunk; she just doesn't consider it safe to do herself. As a hobby, Lalisa enjoys cooking and baking. Due to sensitive skin, she can't wear scratchy clothes or most synthetic fabrics, most jewelry, watches or other wristbands, ink or most makeup. She wears comfortable clothes in soft, muted colors including ivory, tan, gray, olive, denim, and dusty rose. She relies on colorful sweaters and T-shirts as part of her teaching wardrobe.
Qualities: Good (+2) Alert, Good (+2) Assertive, Good (+2) Caregiver, Good (+2) Responsible, Good (+2) Tall
Poor (-2) Adult Child of Alcoholics
Motivation: "Nobody would notice if I ceased to exist."
(The Emotional Wound p.224-225 "Being Raised by an Addict")


Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood and Family Studies
at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska

Young children need special care and attention as they develop from infancy. They need guidance, teaching, and positive examples to become healthy teens and eventually adults. If you have a special spot in your heart for children, then consider an early childhood and family studies degree. You’ll learn how to care for their health, education, and welfare. You’ll learn responsibility for their social, physical, and intellectual development. Day cares are a common employer, where routine activities such as managing the eating, sleeping, health care, and recreational needs of children are the main day-to-day tasks. Preschool teachers provide additional learning experiences. A director supervises programs, including supplies and equipment, balancing the budget, and working with parents. With an early childhood and family studies degree from Wayne State, you’ll be prepared for a variety of these situations and be ready for many different careers in caring for young children.

CLASS CREDIT HOURS
FRESHMAN - 1st semester (Fall 2012)
ENG 102 Composition Skills (General Studies CAT 1) 3
FCS 107 Principles of Baking (fall, even years) 3
FCS 108 Intro to Family and Consumer Sciences (fall only) 1
FCS 115 Human Development and the Family 2
General Studies
ART 103 Studio Art for Non-Majors (General Studies CAT 4) 3
PSY 101 General Psychology (General Studies CAT 5) 6

FRESHMAN - 2nd semester (Spring 2013)
CNA 100 Principles of Human Communications (General Studies CAT 2) 3
FCS 110 Family and Personal Relationships (spring) 3
FCS 205 Meal Management 3
FCS 220 Infants and Toddlers 3
SPD 260 Characteristics: Birth through Age 8 1
General Studies CAT 3
BUS 122 Personal Finance in Modern Society 3

SOPHOMORE - 1st semester (Fall 2013)
EDU 230 Creative Arts for Children (~GS4) 3
FCS 207 Nutrition (General Studies CAT 9) 3
FCS 335 The Preschool Age Child (fall only) 3
SPD 302 Inclusive Practices 3
General Studies
SOC 110 Introduction to Anthropology (General Studies CAT 8) 3

SOPHOMORE - 2nd semester (Spring 2014)
EDU 216 Children’s Literature (~GS6) 2
FCS 115 Human Development and the Family (fall) 3
FCS 310 Parenting (spring, odd years only) 3
General Studies
NAT 280 Life Science for Elementary Education (General Studies CAT 7)
SPA 210 Intermediate Spanish I (General Studies CAT 10) 3

JUNIOR - 1st semester (Fall 2014)
FCS 325 Health and Safety for the Young Child (fall only) 3
FCS 317 Nutrition Thru the Life Cycle (fall, even years only) 3
Electives/minor
CSL 202 Introduction to Human Service Counseling 6
General Studies
PHI 105 Ethics and Values (General Studies CAT 6) 3

JUNIOR - 2nd semester (Spring 2015)
EDU 303 Developmentally Appropriate Practices for the Young Child (spring only) 3
FCS 306 Family Resource Management (spring only) 3
FCS 313 Techniques in Professional Presentation (spring only) 3
FCS 430 Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs (spring only) 3
Elective/minor 3

SENIOR - 1st semester (Fall 2015)
FCS 410 Professional Development in Family and Consumer Sciences (fall only) 2
FCS 412 Guiding the Young Child 3
Upper level electives
SOC 415 The Family (prereq: SOC 101) 3
CSL 440 Substance-Related and Addictive Disorder Counseling 3
Elective/minor 3

SENIOR - 2nd semester
FCS 416 Family and Consumer Sciences Practicum 3
Upper level electives 3
Electives/minor 9
https://www.wsc.edu/info/20243/early_childhood/960/early_childhood_and_family_studies_program_of_study
https://www.wsc.edu/info/20265/human_service_counseling/969/human_service_program_of_study
https://www.wsc.edu/info/20010/academics/22/general_studies_program


Foods and Nutrition Minor
at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska

Different people have different nutritional needs. Sometimes, however, people are not informed on the healthiest ways to fuel themselves. Diet plays a significant role in health maintenance and disease prevention. The study and application of this field is influenced by a growing and aging population, increased public interest in nutrition, and the food industry’s desire to meet public demand for a wider variety of nutritious products. A foods and nutrition minor can complement many other programs of study. You might connect medicine, healthcare, athletic training, or exercise science to a background in nutrition to better understand the role of food as it relates to human performance and body function. Perhaps a career in health promotion or public education is more to your liking, where you help others make decisions regarding appropriate nutrition and health. Whatever path you choose, a foods and nutrition minor will serve you well in the workforce and help you protect your own health.
Required Courses: 21 hours
A minor must include a minimum of 12 hours unduplicated by your major(s) and minor(s). Complete at least 50% of the total hours for the minor at the 300-400 level.
• FCS 104 Principles of Food Preparation (3)
• FCS 207 Nutrition (3) (already taken)
• FCS 317 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (3) (already taken)
12 hours from the following:
• PED 207 Athletic Performance and Nutrition (3)
• FCS 205 Meal Management (3) (already taken)
• FCS 308 Household Technology (3)
• FCS 322 International Foods and Cultures (3)
• FCS 340 Community Nutrition (3)
• FCS 407 Nutritional Counseling and Assessment (3)
• FCS 416 Family and Consumer Sciences Practicum (3)


Early Childhood Association (ECA)
Early Childhood Association is a support and service organization with an emphasis in the early childhood field. Opportunities are available to become familiar with early childhood settings and to support area early childhood facilities and community programs.
Eligibility: Open to WSC students in the early childhood program or similar field

Designated Driver Certificate
In T-America, many colleges and community centers offer a Designated Driver Certificate. These classes are offered as 1-credit intensives (typically one weekend to two weeks) primarily during school breaks, although the weekend versions are offered at the beginning of the semester to get people started. Some are also offered as 2-credit classes during the semester. Only the first six are required to become an official Designated Driver at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. The others are offered to expand options for students who wish to continue developing their skills in entertainment safety. This certificate appeals to people studying Business, Conflict Management, Peace and Justice, and other fields.
Introduction to Designated Driving
Basic Chauffeur Skills
Abstention from Alcohol
First Aid for Social Occasions
Citizen Law and Event Planning
De-escalation Skills

Sober Fun and Games
Nonalcoholic Refreshments
Issues of Addiction and Family Dynamics


Adreano Decanti -- He has olive skin, brown eyes, and short wavy black hair. He is tall and slim with wiry muscles. His heritage is Italian and American; he speaks English and Italian. He is 24 in 2015. Adreano is the bass player in a party band called the Sox Machines who play in the Omaha, Nebraska area. He has a hot temper and a high sex drive, and he is good at controlling none of these impulses. His love of getting drunk does not help any. As a hobby, he collects music and sport posters. Adreano gets kicked out of a batch party at Blues Moon for harassing Alyssa Leighton.
Qualities: Good (+2) Athletic, Good (+2) Bass Player, Good (+2) Musical Intelligence, Good (+2) Party Animal, Good (+2) Poster Collector
Poor (-2) Impulse Control


Alyssa Leighton -- She has olive skin, brown eyes, and straight brown hair to her shoulders. Her heritage is Italian-American. She is 19 years old in 2015. Alyssa is working toward an Associate in Applied Science: Business Administrative Professional and a Certificate in Floriculture at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska. As a hobby, she enjoys growing and arranging flowers. Alyssa attended a batch party at Blues Moon, where her date got drunk and abandoned her, so another guy started hitting on her.
Qualities: Good (+2) Flexible, Good (+2) Floriculture, Good (+2) Interpersonal Skills, Good (+2) Organized, Good (+2) Supportive
Poor (-2) Moody

Business Administrative Professional (APAAS)
At Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska

Award: Associate in applied science degree
Program location: Sarpy Center, South Omaha Campus, Online
Office professionals are the core of most businesses. As businesses continue to expand and work with increasingly complex technology, the need for advanced training and professional certification becomes more important every day. This flexible and broadly based degree prepares students for a career in a variety of office and administrative support professions by providing students with a broad knowledge of Microsoft Office™ applications, business office knowledge, and communication and interpersonal skills. These skills provide students the foundation needed to keep the offices organized and running smoothly and to work with much of the valuable data that companies need in today’s rapidly changing business world. Aspiring supervisors, executive assistants, and general office workers find this program useful in developing their productivity and capacity for advancement. The Microsoft Office ™courses completed in this program also prepares students to earn a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
Graduation Requirements
General education: 27.0
Major requirements: 58.5
Option requirements: 13.0 - 23.5
Total credit hours required: 98.5 - 109.0

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL (58.5 CREDIT HRS.)
• INFO 1008 - Business Office Communications 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1010 - Customer Service Skills 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1012 - Records Management 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1013 - Keyboard Skillbuilding 2 Credits
• INFO 1211 - Microsoft Word 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1212 - Microsoft Excel 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1213 - Microsoft Access 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1214 - Business Presentations and Publications 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1215 - Document Processing 4.5 Credits
• INFO 1219 - Professional Practices 4.5 Credits
• INFO 2242 - Business Office Collaboration Technology 4.5 Credits
• INFO 2260 - Workplace Technologies 4.5 Credits
• INFO 2948 - Office Professional Capstone 5 Credits
• INFO 2981 - Internship Variable Credits (Variable Credits)
OPTION REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL AAS (13.0 CREDIT HRS.)

Students must select a minimum of 13.0 credit hours by completing the courses listed within one of the option groups below -or- students may select individual courses from the courses listed within any of the option groups below.
OPTION 1 - CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGEMENT
• HMRL 1010 - Human Relations Skills 4.5 Credits
• SPCH 1110 - Public Speaking 4.5 Credits
• SPCH 1300 - Interpersonal Communication 4.5 Credits

OPTION 4 - OFFICE MANAGEMENT
• BSAD 1000 - Introduction to Business 4.5 Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (27.0 CREDIT HRS.)
COMMUNICATION
ENGL 1230 - Business Writing is recommended.
• English level I 4.5 Credits
• English level II 4.5 Credits
HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES
See Humanities/social sciences course options.
• Humanities/social sciences 4.5 Credits
PHIL 1030 - Professional Ethics 4.5 Credits
QUANTITATIVE/NUMERACY SKILLS
• MATH 1220 - Business Mathematics 4.5 Credits
PROFESSIONALISM AND LIFE SKILLS (9.0 CREDIT HRS)
• INFO 1001 - Information Systems and Literacy 4.5 Credits
• HMRL 1010 - Human Relations Skills 4.5 Credits


Certificate in Floriculture (HLFCC)
At Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska

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Award: Career certificate
Pathway to associate degree: Horticulture, Land Systems, and Management - Floriculture (HLMFO)
Program location: Fort Omaha Campus
This career certificate prepares students to enter into the florist industry or floral design field.

REQUIREMENTS FOR FLORICULTURE CAREER CERTIFICATE (28.0 CREDIT HRS.)
• HLSM 1000 - Horticulture, Land Systems and Management Orientation 1 Credits
• HLSM 1010 - Introduction to Horticulture 6 Credits
• HLSM 1030 - Introduction to Floral Design 3 Credits
• HLSM 1200 - Floral Care and Identification 2 Credits
• HLSM 1210 - Floral Design: Specialty Events and Occasions 3 Credits
• HLSM 1220 - Floral Design: Tablescapes and Hospitality 3 Credits
• HLSM 1230 - Floral Design: Sympathy 3 Credits
• HLSM 2205 - Floral Body Wear I 2 Credits
• HLSM 2200 - Floral Design: Weddings 3 Credits
• HLSM 2220 - Advanced Bouquet 2 Credits

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“Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and in actions.”
-- Harold S. Geneen

“Leadership is unlocking people’s potential to become better.”
-- Bill Bradley

Findias or Finias Uiscias or Uscias Sword (claideb/claiomh solais) which belonged to Núada
No one ever escaped from it once it was drawn from its sheath, and no one could resist it. The sword is also described in the Tain legend as "Nuadu's Cainnel"—a glowing bright torch.[5]

While most pre-wedding parties divide by gender, some don't. The Terramagne-American term is "batch party." A leading reason for its popularity there is that partying in couples somewhat reduces the tendency toward wildness. Another is that people of all sex/genders can participate.

One bouncer or security guard per 100 guests is a standard count. However, the more boisterous an event is, the more security needed. Alcohol definitely increases the need. A venue where you can't see everything at once means you need someone in each section. A bar needs at least 2 bouncers: one at the door and one inside. Blues Moon has extra because this is a big party with lots of drunk people. Ronalda is a new type of bouncer, with her party monitor training. Shiv is more of a supervisor than a hands-on bouncer; Tolli and Simon are there because this is his first time as Head of Security for an event.

Various places have perks for designated drivers, and there's even an app for them. T-America is much more enthusiastic about this, and consequently, has little trouble convincing people to volunteer for the role and stick to it.

For guava smoothie recipes, see:
Guava Banana Mango
Guava Pineapple Strawberry

Muscadine grapes are a Southern gem. Learn how to grow them. The juice tastes exactly like the grapes: musky, sweet, and exquisite.

People are attempting to breed muscadines for wider appeal by removing all the things that make them muscadines (thick skin, seeds, intense sweetness) and will certainly destroy their epic disease resistance. If you don't want to eat muscadines, buy some other grape, don't ruin these.

Green Rapids is a mixed drink made with Green River soda, kiwi-flavored vodka, lime juice, and citrus bitters.

Karaoke comes in many styles, including jazz. Learn how to sing karaoke.

Scat singing is a freeform vocalization in jazz. Explore scat singing techniques or try an app.

Music-themed games include Vinyl and New Orleans Big Band. (Locally New Orleans Big Band only comes in German, but Terramagne also has it in English and Louisiana French.)

African-themed games include Mancala and Wildlife Preserve.

Make Fresh Tomato Salsa (in a Vitamix).
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