Graduate Courses

Please note: With a few exceptions, Master of Science courses are not offered on an open enrollment basis. You must be accepted into one of the Woods College Master's programs prior to registration.

The exceptions, two courses that may be taken by non-degree students, are as follows:

ADGR 770301  Research Methods and Data Analysis
* This course may be taken by non-degree students.*
This course introduces students to basic social science research methods. The primary objective is for students to learn to read and evaluate research as well as create contributions to their chosen profession or field of research. By the end of the course, students will be more knowledgeable of basic research design and statistical methods. Addition-ally, students will better understand how to use research findings to improve and enhance their professional roles.  
NOTE: This course is required for all students who entered the MS Administrative Studies program AFTER June 1st, 2014. Please see an academic advisor to ensure appropriate placement in course.
May 16–June 20, M W, 6:00–9:30 p.m.
Susan Bradley

ADGR 770801  Project Management
* This course may be taken by non-degree students.*
This course introduces students to the basic tenets and components involved in project management. The primary objective is to provide frameworks that make it possible to track and measure project performance, overcome challenges, and adapt to changes in a variety of professional environments. Specific topics covered in the course include project scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk and stakeholder management and a variety of other operational issues that emerge during project planning, initiation, monitoring, and execution.
July 9–July 13, M T W TH F, 9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m.
Aza Chirkova and Charles Coakley

For graduate courses offered at other schools within BC, please refer to the websites of those schools.