QM Certified Courses – May & June 2018

The following courses received QM Certification during May and June, 2018.

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

Quality Matters LogoThese courses have been formally reviewed using the official Quality Matters course review process 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.

Bemidji State University

BUAD 2280 Computer Business Applications (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Kari Wood
NRSG3100 Concepts in Nursing and Health Care (Blended Course) Faculty/ Course Developer: Nancy Hall

Century College

ENGL 2073 Short Novel     Faculty/Course Developer: Kelly Donahue

Hennepin Technical College

ECON2300 Principles of Macroeconomics     Faculty/ Course Developer: Scott Sandok
BIOL2003 Nutrition and Health (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Diane Hallberg

Ridgewater College

CMST 223 Listening     Faculty/ Course Developer: Julie Bredeson
CMST 220 Public Speaking     Faculty/ Course Developer: Julie Bredeson
CMST 121 Introduction to Communication     Faculty/ Course Developer: Julie Bredeson

Riverland Community College

PHIL 1130 Ethics     Faculty/ Course Developer: Tanya Whitehouse
BUSO 2655 Introduction to Electronic Health Records     Faculty/ Course Developer: Sheryl Barton

Minnesota State University, Mankato

MGMT 481 Business Policy and Strategy     Faculty/ Course Developer: Cheryl Trahms

Minnesota State University, Moorhead

PSY220 Social Behavior (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Rochelle Bergstrom

South Central College

OTEC 1820 Business English    Faculty/ Course Developer: Lori Hood

 

 


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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