QM-Recognized Courses

Kent State University is proud to announce that the following courses are QM-Recognized. Quality MattersTM Recognition via the peer review process means that a course has met rigorous, research-based standards for quality online course design.

MIS 64042 Globalization and Technology Strategy

Dr. Pratim Datta
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

HPM 53004 Public Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

Dr. John Hoornbeek
Associate Professor
College of Public Health

MIS 64185 Business Strategy

Dr. Ilgaz Arikan
Assistant Professor
College of Business Administration

BST 52019 Biostatistics in Public Health

Dr. Abbey Eng
Associate Professor
College of Public Health

ECON 62021 Global Conditions and Macroeconomic Policy

Dr. Nasr El-Bahnasawy
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

PH 10001 Introduction to Public Health

Peggy Shaffer-King
Lecturer
College of Public Health

MIS 64271 Human Resource Management

Dr. Julia Levashina
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

PH 30004 Public Health Research

Dr. Peggy Stephens
Associate Professor
College of Public Health

MIS 64158 Leadership and Managerial Assessment

Dr. Mary Hogue
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

ACCT 23021 Introduction to Managerial Accounting

John Rose
Associate Lecturer
College of Business Administration

FIN 66050 Law and Ethics

Dr. Lois J. Beier
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

PH 30012 Communicable Diseases

Dr. Madhav Bhatta
Associate Professor
College of Public Health

PH 40015 Scientific Writing for Clinical Research

Dr. Maggie Stedman-Smith
Assistant Professor
College of Public Health

ACCT 63038 Managerial Accounting for Decision Making

Dr. Indrarini (Rini) Laksmana
Associate Professor
College of Business Administration

ACCT 23020 Introduction to Financial Accounting

Dr. Wendy Tietz
Professor
College of Business Administration

CS 61002 Algorithms and Programming 1

Lecturer
Ms. Maha Allouzi
College of Arts & Sciences

IAKM 60104 Usability I

Dr. David Robins
Associate Professor
School of Library and Information Science