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Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

FOR FALL 2017

BEGINNING CLOGGING/CLOGGING – Beginning clogging is designed for those with no dance experience.  Students will start with basic clogging steps and terms to learn easy beginner dances. Clogging shoes are not required, but come to class with a leather bottomed shoe.  No tennis shoes.  Clogging is designed for those with dance experience of any type.  Intermediate clogging steps will be taught to complete dances. 

THE CONQUERORS - This course explores great conquerors in history...Alexander the Great, William the Conqueror, Napoleon and other men of conquest and vision.

Session 1: Conquerors from 400 BCE to 1200 AD

Session 2: Conquerors from 1300 AD to WWII

CONSTITUTION AND THE SUPREME COURT – The class will review recent decisions of the Supreme Court, upcoming cases and the practical application of constitutional law.  Issues are selected by students.

HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR (1954 – 1975): DIEN BEIN PHU TO SAIGON – This course will look at various events/people that focus on American involvement/intervention in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES WITH CURRENT TOPICS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT - Discussion based class on current topics and trends in law enforcement and criminal justice. Including discussion regarding investigative techniques to help solve crimes and uncover information.

 

LET’S DANCE - A low-impact choreographed cardio dance class geared for those over 40.  The music is from various genres with easy-to-follow moves.  Tennis shoes and water needed.

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY – Students choose the countries that they would like to study and learn about the culture, history, geography and politics.

REFORMATION OVERVIEW – This course will provide an overview of the Reformation of the church in Europe during the 1500’s.  We’ll look, in particular at the denominations that rose at that time – Lutherans, Presbyterians, Mennonites, and Episcopalians.

REFORMATION 2.0 – A look at the church in the centuries after the first generation of reform, especially at the religious wars and the rise of Pietism.

 

Midland College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award certificates
and associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097
or call 404-679-4501 for questions about the status of Midland College.

Midland College is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Educator

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