Cristin Peratt

Follow your passion with a customized social work degree.

Emerging from the pandemic, a growing aging population, mental health awareness, and corporate responsibility are driving the demand for specialized social workers.  Social work is a dynamic profession that continually adapts to changing environments. Chart your unique course of study to promote the well-being of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities in diverse settings. Use your …

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Systems Engineering vs. Related Disciplines

A phone that fits in your pocket yet has enough processing power to provide information at the touch of a button. A rocket launched into space. A wildfire detected with aerospace applications and quickly controlled. In each of these examples, systems engineers bring related fields together using systems thinking to solve complex problems. Systems engineering …

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Courses Your Way

You need flexibility.  You need quality.  You need value.  We’ve got you covered with online college credit courses your way.  No matter what your reason for needing to take a course (or two, or three), gain new skills and knowledge with a flexible, online course you can access when you want, where you want.   Finish a degree Stuff happens. Life can put your education …

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Fashion industry carbon management

CSU Collaborates to Explore Sustainability in Fashion

Fashion – allows you to express yourself and defines your style. But it comes at a cost. The fashion industry emits more carbon than international flights and maritime shipping combined.[i] With a growing global demand for clothing, negative environmental impacts continue to rise. Production and consumption of clothing yield large energy demands resulting in staggering …

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5 Ground Rules for Online Classroom Discussion

Somehow, online course discussions tend to spiral out of control quicker than in-person debates. Whether we can attribute this to the distance between discussants, misinterpreting intentions due to a lack of visual and audio cues, general courage from having digital space between people, or a combination, anyone who has grazed through an online forum understands. …

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