Off Campus Courses offered through the Rutgers University – Camden are listed below. For courses offered across all the Rutgers campuses at various sites in New Jersey, see the Rutgers Off Campus website. Courses are sorted below by location.
OFF CAMPUS SITES
Atlantic Cape Community College
Raritan Valley Community College
ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY
Atlantic Cape Community College has two locations. The main location used for Rutgers courses is the Mays Landing Campus, located at 5100 Black Horse Pike (US 322) in Mays Landing, NJ 08330 specifically in Building Q. See the Rutgers at Atlantic Cape Community College website for directions and more information about the campus.
Educational Psychology (3)
5/26-6/18 M,Tu,Th 6:00pm-9:40pm
Pre-requisite: 50:830:101/135. Off campus course held at Atlantic Cape Community College. Examines how individuals develop and learn, with particular emphasis on the classroom. Includes motivation, student interests, creating a healthy learning environment, language development, testing, and individual differences.
Wellness and Health Assessment (Cr.3)
5/26-7/2 M 9:00am-12:40pm
Pre-requisite: 57:701:101 and 50:120:254. Open only to Nursing students. Course fee of $150. Off campus course at Atlantic Cape Community College. Hybrid course in eCollege with partial online content. Using a holistic approach to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines, students will build from focused to comprehensive health assessment as a basis for wellness promotion across the life span. This course provides a foundation for the critical thinking skills required to master core scientific principles and incorporate technical skills into nursing practice. Emphasis will be placed on the concept of wellness and the continuum of wellness to illness that nurses can expect to confront in practice. Students will develop the skills of history taking, inspection, palpation, percussion, auscultation, and documentation of the health assessment.
Located at 3680 Route 9 South in Freehold, NJ. Courses are held at the Western Monmouth Higher Education Center. For more information and directions, go to http://wmhec.rutgers.edu/.
Politics and Culture (D) (Cr.3)
5/26-7/2 Tu,Th 6:00pm-9:40pm
Off campus course at Brookdale Community College. Satisfies the Diversity General Requirement. As America makes the transition to a nation with no single ethnic group in a majority, Americans, like citizens of many other nations, are locked in a debate about what it means to be an "American." This course begins by examining the differences and similarities between American political culture and the political cultures of other nations. Is American political culture unique? Can we identify a traditional set of common political values and attitudes that have bound our nation together to create E Pluribus Unum? Should these values, which underlie our political culture, change as our population becomes more diverse? Will our commitment to diversity undermine or enhance our cohesion as one nation? The course will also analyze and examine how America changed, why America changed, identify the forces changing America, and assess the various conceptions of the America of tomorrow.
CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE
Camden County also has multiple locations in the County. The Rutgers courses are offered at two locations. Those marked "CCC" are offered on the main campus on College Drive, Blackwood, NJ 08012. Those marked "CCCRohrer" are offered at the William Rohrer site on Route 70 and Springdale Rds. in Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. For more information, see the Rutgers at Camden County College website.
Special Topics in Psychology: The Rational Child (Cr.3)
5/26-6/16 M,Tu,W,Th 8:00am-11:05am
Pre-requisite: 50:830:101/135. Off campus course at Camden County College. Note special schedule. Should a 7 year-old child have the right to vote? Can 10 year-old children make sound decisions about their future? These questions and many others will be discussed as we examine rationality in children. This course will use an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on psychology, sociology, history and philosophy as well as other disciplines to discuss the implications of traditional and contemporary views of rationality on children’s lives.
Accounting for Managerial Decision Making (Cr.3)
53:010:503:Sec.D6:00433 CCCRohrer 210
6/22-7/16 M,Tu,Th 6:00pm-9:40pm
Off campus course at the William Rohrer Center of Camden County College in Cherry Hill. Pre-requisite: 53:010:502. The course covers the accounting systems designed to help management in decision making. Planning (budgeting) and control systems, various product and service costing methods, and cost analysis for pricing replacement, outsourcing, quality, and other management decisions are emphasized. Performance evaluation of product lines, divisions, and the firm as a whole, including balanced scorecard and incentive systems, are also covered.
Leadership and Managing Human Capital (Cr.3)
53:620:505:Sec.A6:02499 CCCRohrer 106A
5/26-6/18 M,Tu,Th 6:00pm-9:40pm
Off campus course at the William Rohrer Center of Camden County College in Cherry Hill. This course is designed to help students acquire new knowledge and develop skills related to the understanding of managing behavior and processes in organizations. It is also the goal of this course to help students become more aware of their effectiveness as individuals and group/team participants in an organizational setting. Topical coverage includes, but is not limited to, organizational culture and structure, group/team dynamics, leadership and power issues, communication, decision making, motivation theories and applications, managing stress, and individual differences such as perceptions, attitudes, and personality.
Special Topics in Management: Corporate Restructuring (Cr.3)
53:620:671:Sec.J6:01363 CCCRohrer 210
7/20-8/12 M,Tu,Th 6:00pm-9:40pm
Off campus course at the William Rohrer Center of Camden County College in Cherry Hill. Course Objectives: To 1) identify corporations in, or headed for, financial troubles; 2) diagnose the underlying problems; 3) provide a range of solutions to the problems identified; 4) identify strategies for keeping the company viable while the turnaround strategy is implemented; 5) develop a model for reverse engineering a turnaround; and 6) provide a set of tools for improving operational performance. The class is organized into teams; each team selects a company in trouble, and the class project is to determine how to make the company profitable within a year.
Special Topics in Biology: Advanced Marine Field Ecology (Cr.3)
56:120:596:Sec.E1:05540 Florida Keys
7/1-7/21 Time by arrangement; trip to Florida 7/6-7/16
Pre-requisite: Introduction to Marine Field Ecology, or by permission of instructor. Off campus course held in Florida Keys. Additional fees will apply. Trip is July 6-July 16. This is an intensive advance field 10-days summer session course which will be held at Sugarloaf, and Kudjoe Keys, FL. The course main goal is to provide opportunities for students to apply knowledge and field techniques previously learned on specific marine biology research, which is hoped will lead to developing of research thesis projects and scientific publications. The fieldwork will focus on ecological, taxonomic, and conservation aspects of main communities such as seagrass beds, mangrove forests, and coral reefs. Students will apply previously learned field and laboratory methods, including transect sampling and larval rearing of various marine invertebrates. In addition they will conduct field and laboratory work aimed to investigate the putative occurrence of a new species of polychaete, observed at an early ontogenetic stage, in a previous fieldwork, as well as its taxonomic determination and study of its complete life cycle. Also, the course will focus on the observed association between palinurid lobsters and a several species of demospongids in Kudjoe Key Bay. This is an intensive course that aims to train and prepare students for real marine field ecology work. Daily activities will start at dawn and will extend well into the evenings with laboratory sessions and discussions. Potential field trips include: Lew Key Marine Sanctuary and Mote Marine Lab.
The Joint Military Base in New Egypt, NJ combines the former McGuire Air Force Base and Army's Fort Dix. Courses are run in two seven-week sessions. The office is located at 3829 School House Rd, JBMDL, NJ. See their website at http://jbmdl.rutgers.edu/ for more information about the base.
Visual Fundamentals (Cr.3)
5/18-7/1 M,W 6:00pm-8:50pm
Course meeting off campus at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Satisfies the Fine Arts General Requirement. An expansive exploration of traditional and contemporary two-dimensional design concepts integrated with discussions and studio work that emphasize the formal elements of design along with issues of identity, culture, collaborative experience, and exposure to metaphor and symbol.
Varieties of Crime (Cr.3)
50:202:323:Sec.B5:04717 JBMDL & Sakai
5/18-7/3 Tu 6:00pm-8:50pm and hybrid
Pre-requisite: 50:202:201. Course meeting off campus at JBMDL. Hybrid course with some meetings online in Sakai. Note special schedule. Discussion of the many types of crime, ranging from victimless/morals offenses to property offenses to interpersonal crime. Emphasis on reduction policies.
Special Topics in Litertaure: Rhetoric, Reality, and History: The Use of Language to Change Effect (Cr.3)
5/18-7/3 Tu,Th 6:00pm-8:50pm
Pre-requisite: 50:350:102 or 220. Off-campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Note special schedule. What we call history is the result of the way great writers shape it. The course examines not only of what happened but the narratives that have described what happened and the writers whose rhetorical skill is the overlooked, invisible agency behind historical memory.
Great Literary Origins (Cr.3)
7/6-8/19 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm
Pre-requisite: 50:350:102 or 220. Off campus course at Joint Base Dix-McGuire-Lakehurst. Note special schedule. Hybrid course with partial online content in Sakai format. A survey, within their historical contexts, of some of the renowned texts of world literature from the ancient classics through the Middle Ages. It is my aim to show that each one of these texts is actually interesting and entertaining, as well as being a masterpiece. I hope you will get from the class a better understanding of the value of these texts and the civilizations that produced them. Textbook: Lawall, et al, ed. The Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces Vol. 1, Eighth Edition. Norton, 2006.
United States National Security Policy (Cr.3)
5/18-7/3 W 6:00pm-8:50pm and hybrid
Off campus course held at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Hybrid course in eCollege with partial online component. An examination of the legal, organizational, and political components of the numerous agencies dealing with security issues in the United States since 9/11. Includes intelligence gathering, sharing, and evaluation; the organization of the homeland security department; and counterterrorism strategies. Also focuses on cooperation and conflict in relations among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government in matters of national security.
Formulation of American Foreign Policy (Cr.3)
5/18-7/3 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm and hybrid
Off campus course held at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Hybrid course in eCollege with partial online component. Examines the processes by which U.S. foreign policy is made. Analyzes the relative influence exercised on U.S. foreign policy by the executive and legislative branches of government and the changing roles of the presidency, departments of state and defense (as well as other agencies of government, such as the Central Intelligence Agency), and Congress. Reference also made to the external constraints on the American foreign policy decision-making process.
Civil Liberties in Times of Emergencies (Cr.3)
7/6-8/12 Tu 6:00pm-8:50pm+Hybrid
Off campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Note special schedule. Hybrid course in eCollege with partial online component. This course examines the effect of war and other national emergencies on the protection of individual rights and the balance that should be struck between national security and individual liberties. Although the course focuses primarily on national emergencies throughout American history, it will also examine how other countries have sought to strike the balance between national security and liberty.
Law and Society (Cr.3)
7/6-8/19 Tu 6:00pm-8:50pm and time by arrangement
Current social trends and legal developments. Topics include legal analysis, white-collar crime, and power and conflict.
Elementary Spanish I (Cr.4)
5/18-7/1 M,W 5:30pm-10:00pm
Note special schedule. Off campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. For students with no knowledge of Spanish or with no more than two years of high school Spanish. Entering students with previous Spanish study will be placed according to the results of a proficiency exam. Students with three or more years of Spanish in high school may not take 50:940:101 for credit. Training designed to lay a foundation for speaking, writing, reading, and understanding the language.
Elementary Spanish II (Cr.4)
7/7-8/18 Tu,Th 5:30pm-10:00pm
Pre-requisite: 50:940:101 or equivalent. Note special schedule. Off campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. For students with little knowledge of Spanish or with no more than three years of high school Spanish. Entering students will be placed according to the results of a proficiency exam. Students with four or more years of Spanish in high school may not take 50:940:102 for credit. Note that 50:940:102 (104 for evening students) is the minimum level for fulfilling the college general degree requirement in foreign languages. Continuation of 50:940:101.
Studies of the Arts and Literature: Representations of War in 19th and 20th Century American Literature (Cr.3)
5/19-7/2 Tu 6:00pm-8:50pm and time by arrangement
Off campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Hybrid course in Sakai with partial online component. Note special schedule. This course will focus on four novels, written by Americans, beginning in the nineteenth century, through the mid twentieth century. It will look at and evaluate the historical and literary contexts for each novel, and determine the socio-cultural conditions that form a background for each work. We will engage in close readings of each work to evaluate the content, style, themes, and point of view of each work. We will also investigate the critical reception of each novel and attempt to gauge each work’s relationship to a specifically American war literature tradition, but also to enlarge our understanding of the universal elements of this genre. Students will write brief response essays, one analytic essay (3-6 pages) based on a particular aspect of one novel, and a longer research based essay that uses academic and literary sources as part of its argument. Readings will include: Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage, Ernest Hemingway’s Farewell to Arms, Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five and Tim O’Brien’s Going After Cacciato. Additional short readings will be available in photocopies.
Studies of the Arts and Literature: Modern Art (Cr.3)
7/6-8/19 W 6:00pm-8:50pm and time by arrangement
Off campus course at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Hybrid course in Sakai with partial online component. Note special schedule. This course will explore the development and transformation of art of the 20th century in Europe and the United States. Students will explore the groundbreaking artistic movements, including Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Minimalism, and Environmental Art. The analysis of key works by influential artists and the investigation of the socio-political and historical contexts that shaped Modern Art will lead to a clear understanding of innovative artistic styles. No previous knowledge of Art History is required.
PINELANDS RESEARCH FIELD
Rutgers University maintains a field research facility to study the unique environment of the NJ Pine Barrens. The Pineland Station is located on Rt 646 (New Lisbon Rd) in New Lisbon, NJ 08064. The Field Station website provides directions and information about the facility.
Special Topics: Field Ecology (Cr.3)
6/29-7/10 M,Tu,W,Th,F 9:00am-1:30pm
Cross listed with 56:120:514. Off-campus course at the Pineland Research Station in New Lisbon,NJ. Note special schedule. By permission of instructor. The course is designed to immerse students in the practicalities of conducting ecological research. The course introduces the basis of a number of sampling methodologies in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and some of the basic statistics needed to design and interpret data from field surveys and collections. The course is hands-on and in the field. The course is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
Field Ecology (Cr.3)
6/29-7/10 M,Tu,W,Th, F 9:00am-1:30pm
By permission of instructor. Cross listed with 50:120:395. Note special schedule. Off-campus course at the Pineland Research Station in New Lisbon, NJ. The course is designed to immerse students in the practicalities of conducting ecological research. The course introduces the basis of a number of sampling methodologies in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and some of the basic statistics needed to design and interpret data from field surveys and collections. The course is hands-on and in the field. The course is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
Raritan Valley Community College is located at Route 28 and Lamington Road in North Branch, NJ 08876 (north of New Brunswick). For more information about the campus and directions, see the Rutgers at Raritan Valley Website.
Punishment and Sentencing (Cr.3)
7/7-8/19 M,W 6:00pm-9:00pm
Pre-requisite: 50:202:201. Off campus course at Raritan Valley. Note Special Schedule. Historical overview of punishment and punishment theory, with an emphasis on community corrections. Discussion of sentencing as a process, rights of offenders at sentencing, and factors involved in sentencing by judges and juries.
DELAWARE WATER GAP
Photography Workshop: LandscapeThrough the Lens (Cr.BA)
50:080:263:Sec.A1:03491 Del Water Gap
5/26-6/19 Time by arrangement. Trip 2nd week in June.
By permission of instructor. Trip to Delaware Water Gap in 2nd Week in June - dates to be determined. Additional housing and materials fees will apply - contact instructor for more information. An intensive on-site workshop designed to satisfy the general education Art requirement for non-art majors as well as provide art majors with advanced instruction in photography and student proposed projects. The course consists of a 7 day residence in the Delaware Water Gap area of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and pre- and post-trip seminars. No pre-requisite. 10 student maximum. Accommodations will be approximately $150. Students will meet once on campus before the trip for informational purposes. The trip will be during the second week of June, dates as yet to be determined. There will then be a closing review session on campus after the trip. Contact the instructor for further details.
Special Studio Projects: Art in the Landscape (Cr.BA)
50:080:484:Sec.A1:04902 Del Water Gap
5/26-6/19 Time by arrangement. Trip 2nd week in June.
By permission of instructor. Trip to Delaware Water Gap in 2nd Week in June - dates to be determined. Additional housing and materials fees will apply - contact instructor for more information. An intensive on-site workshop designed to satisfy the general education Art requirement for non-art majors as well as provide art majors with advanced instruction in painting and drawing, and student proposed projects. The course consists of a 7 day residence in the Delaware Water Gap area of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and pre- and post-trip seminars. No pre-requisite. 10 student maximum. Accommodations will be approximately $150. Students will meet once on campus before the trip for informational purposes. The trip will be during the second week of June, dates as yet to be determined. There will then be a closing review session on campus after the trip. Contact the instructor for further details.