Unique Nichols courses featured in Telegram & Gazette
The Walking Dead, Disney and Bill Belichick, and Profiles of Serial Killers are all course topics featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette in a roundup story of unique courses being offered by Central Mass. colleges.
In the humanities course “The Walking Dead & Global Values,” students ponder ethical dilemmas, values systems, and the state of humanity presented by the top-rated television series on AMC and spin-off “Fear the Walking Dead.” In “Disney to Belichick – Culture of Excellence,” a course that is part of the college’s leadership (LEAD) series, students review how several top organizations create a winning combination of culture, metrics, and values for success. The course “Profiles of Serial Killers and Mass Murderers,” a popular elective for our Psychology, Criminal Psychology, and Criminal Justice students, explores this topic from psychological and sociological perspectives.
These unique courses provide just a snapshot of the abundance of engaging courses offered at Nichols, where students are the focus of our distinctive, career-focused approaches to learning, both in and out of the classroom.
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Nichols College has earned business accreditation from the prestigious Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools and the largest business education network connecting learners, educators, and businesses worldwide. Founded in 1815, Nichols College transforms today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders through a dynamic, career-focused business and professional education. Nichols offers real-world learning focused on professional depth – combined with vibrant living, competitive athletics, and an unmatched alumni advantage – equipping students to exceed their own expectations. www.nichols.edu