A blended learning course is a mix of online an in-class learning. Blended learning courses give students the opportunity to get face-to-face time with their professors and fellow classmates, but also allows them more flexibility to take the course at their own pace. This allows students the flexibility to fit their classwork around demanding schedules while still getting to meet with their professors and classmates at designated periods throughout the session. This format ensures that the student gets all the benefits of completing an on campus TCNJ course while still enjoying much of the freedom associated with an online course.
This Winter the following courses will be offered in a Blended Learning format. Please check back for updates to this list throughout the summer and next fall:
- ECO-102 – Principles of Macroeconomics
- ELE-302 – Introduction to Teacher Research
- FIN-239 – Personal Finance
- FIN-330 – Capital Budgeting
- HES-172 – Foundations in Health and Exercise Science
- WGS-200 – Women, Culture and Society
Please note: These course listings are subject to change and online course meetings and/or readings for Blended Learning will start December 22nd – consult the instructor.
|BLEND LRNG||ECO 10203||PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS||A introduction to the measurement and analysis of the aggregate level of economic activity including unemployment, interest rates, inflation, exchange rates and economic growth. Government fiscal and monetary policies are examined along with international economic interactions.|
|BLEND LRNG||ELE 30201||INTRO TO TEACHER RESEARCH||This course will provide an introduction to the research process and teacher research more specifically. Topics will include developing a question, research methodologies, research ethics, design and analysis, and proposal writing. Students will utilize a school-based site primarily as a way to develop a question and see clearly how the research process can be applied to classroom practice. Students may use the proposal they develop for future independent research, classroom based inquiry projects, or to strengthen their own teaching practice.|
|BLEND LRNG||FIN 23901||PERSONAL FINANCE||Management of financial resources in the areas of budgeting, credit, housing, investments, insurance, and retirement planning.|
|BLEND LRNG||FIN 33001||CORPORATE FINANCE||Management of long-term assets and liabilities under condition of uncertainty, cost of capital, and mergers. Extensive use of problems and cases.|
|BLEND LRNG||HES 17201||FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH & EXERCISE SCIENCE||This course is designed to introduce students to the critical issues in physical education, fitness, sports, and health promotion. Changing philosophies and basic concepts will be discussed. Professions related to physical education, sports, fitness, and health wellness will be included.|
|BLEND LRNG||WGS 20001||WOMEN, CULTURE AND SOCIETY||The preliminary course to the interdisciplinary field of Women’s and Gender Studies. It will provide students with an introduction to the literature and the historical evolution of the discipline, as well as an understanding of how scholars and students in the field analyze women, gender, and feminist theories. It will use an interdisciplinary approach to do this. This introductory course encourages students to rethink and reevaluate much of what they have experienced and learned and to gain the critical vocabulary and analytic skills to question the gendered world in which they live.|