Nine Courses Receive QM Recognition in April 2017

The following courses received QM Certification in April 2017!

Please congratulate these faculty course developers for their commitment to creating courses that demonstrate quality course design principles.

Quality Matters LogoThese courses have been formally reviewed and meet Quality Matters Standards for course design.  QM certified courses are listed in QM’s national database of certified courses and each faculty member has been given a QM seal to display with the online or blended course.

Minnesota State University, Mankato

ENG 474/574 Research and Writing Technical Reports     Faculty Course/Developer: Abigail Bakke

Riverland Community College

PHIL 1110 Introduction to Philosophy     Faculty Course/ Developer: Tanya Whitehouse

Ridgewater College  

DRFT1502 CAD I     Faculty Course/ Developer: David Moen

Saint Paul College

MATH 1740 Introduction to Statistics (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Avani Shah

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

NURS6110 Epidemiology in Nursing (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Mary Findorff
NURS6102  Family Health Care Theory for Nursing (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Wendy Looman
NURS5115 Interprofessional Health Care Informatics     Faculty/Course Developer: Robin Austin

Winona State University

MKTG300 Principles of Marketing (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Mark Young
ENG 111 College Reading and Writing     Faculty/ Course Developer: John Chernaga

View the list of all courses that have met QM Standards within the Colleges and Universities of Minnesota State & University of Minnesota.

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