Affordable evening classes to help you get ahead or get back into the swing, open to matriculated students and lifelong learners with easy credit transfers and convenient scheduling.

Winter session

December 28, 2020 - January 29, 2021

Register by December 14, 2020

A basic course focusing on the accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, selected balance sheet items and financial statement analysis as applied in various business organizations. This course will assist the organization manager with decision making.

What is satire? Perhaps you have laughed at satirical TV shows without much reflection; or, perhaps you have considered how satire works to entertain us, while also critiquing our institutions or aspects of our culture. We will explore the role that satire and parody play in a range of mediums, including classic literature like Rabelais and Swift, but also non-fiction, political cartoons, music, and TV shows such as The Simpsons, SNL, and “news” programs such as Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Class time will be devoted to viewing, discussing, and interpreting disparate forms of satire and parody. There will be a strong emphasis on writing, analytical thinking, and research skills.

Pre-Requisite: ENGL 105 or ENGL 212

This introductory writing course is designed to build writing skills and to increase students’ enjoyment of writing through extensive practice. The course focuses on teaching students to discover and develop ideas they wish to communicate, and then on the numerous technical skills necessary to make communication effective and engaging. Students will develop their voices, their styles, and their mechanics through multiple writing projects and through a focus on revision. Readings will illustrate the styles and organizational patterns of effective student and professional writers. Students who take this course cannot also take ENGL 212 – Analytical Writing.

Intensive practice in a variety of approaches to professional writing tasks: memoranda, correspondence, proposals, and both brief and longer reports.

Prerequisite: ENGL 105 or ENGL 212

General principles of business finance focusing on markets, analysis, interest rates, the time value of money, the valuation of securities and capital allocation within the firm. Formerly FIN 203 - Principles of Finance.

Prerequisite: ACCT 238, MATH 117

A hands-on course designed to introduce the student to the software they will be using at Nichols and beyond. Students will become fluent with Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel) and digital media.

Through intensive, experiential learning and practice, students will be immersed in the study of leadership, and will directly apply themselves in leadership opportunities. This course takes a crosscurriculum approach to exposing students to the many facets of leadership and, in a motivational setting, encourages them to find their own personal leadership style, ultimately identifying the emerging leader within.

In preparation for collaborative and team-based workplaces, this course offers the opportunity for students to gain knowledge and skills that lead to successful team outcomes. The components of the course include team building, project management, and conflict management, covering topics such as group dynamics, emotional intelligence, diversity, project scheduling, and more. Students will have the opportunity to work in and lead multiple team-based projects, and learn how to maximize team productivity and potential.

Prerequisite: LEAD 101

Designed for students with three years of high school mathematics, which includes two years of high school algebra or its equivalent. Topics include real numbers, linear equations, functions, slope, equations of lines, systems of equations, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions. Practical applications of the material will be stressed.

Prerequisite: Three years of high school Mathematics or its equivalent

This course explores, from psychological and sociological perspectives, the characteristics of men and women who commit multiple murders. Through the in depth examination of known serial killers students will learn: what is serial killing; how a serial killer is different from a mass murderer; what factors explain serial killing; how prevalent it is; and, what are the recent trends in understanding their behavior.

Prerequisite: PSY 151

With a brief introduction to Emotional Intelligence in LEAD101, this course will further examine how you can use your EQ in combination with your IQ to be more successful inside and outside of the workplace. Utilizing the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 students will take one of the world’s most popular emotional intelligent tests to further delve into their own personal strengths and weaknesses. Focusing on Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness and Relationship management students will develop personal strategies to further increase their personal EQ. 1 credit hour

This course introduces students to the popular small business accounting software, QuickBooks Online. Students will use the software applications’ processes and procedures to prepare reports related to the accounting cycle, general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and inventory systems. Accounting concepts are demonstrated in realworld business situations. The content covers all objectives in the QuickBooks Certified User Exam, which will be given at end of the semester. This is an excellent resume builder for any business student. Students must have a laptop and are responsible for the cost of the text. Nichols College will cover the certification fee. This is a Pass/Fail course. 1 credit hour

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These courses are just $360 per credit!

Amanda White

Director of Evening Undergraduate Programs & Competency Based Education

508-213-2150
amanda.white2@nichols.edu

129 Center Road Dudley MA 01571
800-470-3379