Published on March 6th, 2018 | by University Communications0
Causes and Control of Anger and Aggression class now offered 2018 Summer 2 term
Saint Leo’s Department of Public Safety Administration and the Department of Social Work are presenting a specialized Summer 2 Semester course about the topic of Causes and Control of Anger and Aggression. This course is primarily online with a required one-day seminar at University Campus. Undergraduate and graduate credits are available.
The required on-ground, University Campus seminar is from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Thursday, August 2. Accommodations are available starting at $76.49 plus tax at the following location:
7839 Gall Blvd.
Zephyrhills, FL 33541-4317
The hotel offers complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi and a pool and is located 11 minutes / 8.40 miles from University Campus. Please mention Saint Leo University Summer Institute special rates when booking.
It is available for undergraduate or graduate credit in either criminal justice or social work as follows:
- Undergraduate Criminal Justice (CRM 300) 3 credit hours
- Graduate Criminal Justice (CRJ 500) 3 credit hours
- Undergraduate Social Work (SWK 400) 3 credit hours
- Graduate Social Work (SWK 600) 3 credit hours
This course is primarily online and may include readings, research papers, active learning discussions, quizzes and exams. To register for this course please contact your advisor. For more information, please contact Nikki Heister at Nikki.Heister@saintleo.edu.