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39150BIO111 - -BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSRookey DClosed0/38MWF (09:30am-10:20am) MA 2203A4.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39153BIO111 - -BI - -BMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSWohl DOpen1/38MWF (09:30am-10:20am) LC MUS4.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39154BIO111 - -BI - -CMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSHarhaj NClosed0/38MWF (08:00am-08:50am) BSC TEMP4.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39155BIO111 - -BI - -DMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSBowne DClosed0/38MWF (08:00am-08:50am) LC MUS4.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39156BIO111 -L-BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABBowne DClosed0/24M (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABM (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
39157BIO111 -L-BI - -BMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABHarhaj NClosed0/24W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -BMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABW (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
39158BIO111 -L-BI - -CMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABCavender JClosed0/24H (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -CMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABH (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
39159BIO111 -L-BI - -DMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABHarhaj NClosed0/24H (08:00am-10:50am) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -DMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABH (08:00am-10:50am) L 151
39160BIO111 -L-BI - -EMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABGoldina AClosed0/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -EMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABT (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
39161BIO111 -L-BI - -FMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABRookey DClosed0/26F (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1520.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
BIO111 -L-BI - -FMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABF (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
39162BIO201 - -BI - -AHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IGoldina AOpen1/52TH (09:30am-10:50am) LC MUS4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I


4.00 credits. The study of structure and function of the human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Particular attention is given to structure and function as it relates to dysfunction and disease. Laboratory work involves dissection of a human cadaver. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: BIO 101 or 111, or permission of instructor. *Corequisite: BIO 201L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39163BIO201 - -BI - -BHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IGoldina AClosed0/48MW (09:30am-10:50am) E GAUD4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I


4.00 credits. The study of structure and function of the human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Particular attention is given to structure and function as it relates to dysfunction and disease. Laboratory work involves dissection of a human cadaver. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: BIO 101 or 111, or permission of instructor. *Corequisite: BIO 201L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39164BIO201 -L-BI - -AANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABNewell EOpen1/23MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) L 2490.00

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO201 -L-BI - -AANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) L 250
39165BIO201 -L-BI - -BANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABNewell EClosed0/20MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) L 2490.00

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO201 -L-BI - -BANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABMW (02:00pm-03:20pm) L 250
39166BIO201 -L-BI - -CANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABNewell EOpen7/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) L 2490.00

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO201 -L-BI - -CANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABTH (09:30am-10:50am) L 250
39167BIO201 -L-BI - -DANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABNewell EClosed0/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) L 2490.00

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO201 -L-BI - -DANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABTH (11:00am-12:20pm) L 250
39773BIO201 -L-BI - -EANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABGoldina AClosed0/20WF (08:00am-09:20am) L 2490.00

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO201 -L-BI - -EANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABWF (08:00am-09:20am) L 250
39168BIO211 - -BI - -AGENETICSCavender JOpen1/43MWF (09:30am-10:20am) BSC TEMP4.00

GENETICS


4.00 credits. An integrated and comprehensive review of Mendelian and non-Mendelian principles of heredity. Heredity will be discussed on a molecular level, including chromosomal structure and replication, gene regulation, mutation and repair, as well as modern genetics topics, such as epigenetic regulation and genetically modified organisms. Laboratory work includes demonstration of genetic principles through hands-on activities like Drosophila crosses and molecular genotyping of dihybrid crosses. Students will acquire foundational molecular biology techniques *Prerequisite: An average grade of C- or better in BIO 111 and BIO 112. *Corequisite: BIO 211L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39169BIO211 -L-BI - -AGENETICS LABCavender JOpen1/24M (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2510.00

GENETICS LAB


0.00 credit. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO211 -L-BI - -AGENETICS LABM (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 253
39170BIO211 -L-BI - -BGENETICS LABCavender JOpen5/24W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2510.00

GENETICS LAB


0.00 credit. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO211 -L-BI - -BGENETICS LABW (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 253
39171BIO220 - -BI - -ANUTRITIONLancaster JOpen3/24MF (11:00am-12:20pm) EC RMTE3.00

NUTRITION


3.00 credits. This course serves as an introduction to nutrition as it relates to biology and science. It focuses on the importance and role of the macro- and micronutrients and discusses how these nutrients are acquired and utilized by the body. In addition, the role of nutrition in the development, health and well-being of the individual is discussed. These concepts will be applied to personal health through nutritional assessment and dietary planning. *Prerequisite: BIO 111 or permission of instructor. Hours: lecture 3, discussion 1. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39948BIO274 - -BI - -ABIOLOGICAL INTERNSHIPCavender JOpen9/10By Arrangement0.00

BIOLOGICAL INTERNSHIP


Variable (0.00 - 4.00) credits. Biological Internship 274 is a Signature Learning Experience that is intended for those students who are exploring career options in health care, and/or need observations hours for their intended post-baccalaureate programs. These experiences do not involve independent direct patient care, but instead, you will be participating in peripheral patient care through medical shadowing of Physician Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioner, Veterinarians, etc. Administrative positions such as Health Care Management/Administration, Medical Social Work, Wildlife Management, etc. are also possible, after consultation, with the Internship director. The credits earned in BIO 274 are free electives, and do not fulfill the requirements for a Biology elective. Register by Instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Internship.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39172BIO310 - -BI - -AMOLECULAR BIOLOGYBridge DOpen1/8MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 2523.00

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY


3.00 credits. This course provides background in bacterial and eukaryotic molecular biology, including mechanisms of DNA replication, transcription, and translation. We will discuss regulation of gene expression in bacteria and eukaryotes, current techniques used to study and manipulate molecular processes, and ethical questions raised by rapid advances in molecular biology. Students will gain experience in reading and interpreting scientific journal articles. Through case studies, we will explore applications of molecular biology in areas including infectious and heritable disease, cancer biology, crop science, and conservation biology. *Prerequisite: BIO 111. Hours: 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39173BIO310 -L-BI - -AMOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORYBridge DClosed0/5W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2521.00

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. This course provides hands-on experience with current molecular biology techniques. Planning and trouble-shooting experiments and interpreting experimental results are emphasized. Students gain experience with basic bioinformatics, PCR, molecular cloning, and use of CRISPR/Cas9 for DNA editing. *Corequisite: BIO 310. Hours: 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39174BIO313 - -BI - -AGENERAL ECOLOGYBowne DClosed0/18MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 1533.00

GENERAL ECOLOGY


3.00 credits. We investigate the relationships between organisms and their environment in the context of individual behavior, population dynamics, community structure, energy flow, and nutrient cycling *Prerequisites: 16 credit hours of biology or permission of instructor. Hours: 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39175BIO313 -L-BI - -AGENERAL ECOLOGY LABORATORYBowne DClosed0/18W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 1531.00

GENERAL ECOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. As an inquiry-based course, we will conduct ecological studies through observational experimental, and modeling approaches. Students will learn ecological techniques to study individual behavior, population dynamics, community structure, and ecosystem processes. *Corequisite: BIO 313. Hours: 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39176BIO335 - -BI - -AMICROBIAL ECOLOGY AND DIVERSITYWohl DOpen3/20TH (08:00am-10:50am) L 1534.00

MICROBIAL ECOLOGY AND DIVERSITY


4.00 credits. The study of microorganisms from community, population, and systems ecology perspectives. This course examines fitness trade-offs in context of environmental challenges, as well as microbial diversity. Topics will include biogeochemical cycling, degradation of organic matter, and symbiosis while highlighting unique environments such as thermal vents, the gut of ruminant animals, and anoxic environments. Laboratory is used to further develop experimental design, field-based research, and molecular approaches to microbial community ecology. *Prerequisite: BIO 235 or permission of instructor. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester, alternate years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO335 - -BI - -AMICROBIAL ECOLOGY AND DIVERSITYTH (08:00am-10:50am) L 150
39178BIO347 - -BI - -AINVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGYBridge DOpen3/20TH (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2534.00

INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY


4.00 credits. Invertebrates include species with diverse, fascinating, and sometimes bizarre structure, adaptations, and behavior. In this course, you will become familiar with the basic biology of members of most invertebrate phyla. We will explore how the structural features and behavior of the invertebrates studies relate to the critical roles different invertebrate species play in ecosystems, biomedical research, and public health. Invertebrate zoology is relevant to almost any area of biology, so this class is meant to provide you with information you will be able to use to answer questions that come up in both your professional and everyday life. *Prerequisite: BIO 112 or permission of instructor. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester, alternate years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BIO347 - -BI - -AINVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGYTH (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 252
39947BIO474 - -BI - -AINTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESCavender JOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

INTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Work experience in a biological science-related field, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, health care, analytical laboratories and state agencies. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 474 may count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39741BIO491 - -BI - -ARESEARCH IN BIOLOGYGoldina AOpen4/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39742BIO491 - -BI - -BRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYLancaster JOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39743BIO491 - -BI - -CRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYWohl DOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39783BIO491 - -BI - -DRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYMurray TOpen5/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39887BIO491 - -BI - -ERESEARCH IN BIOLOGYCavender JOpen1/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
BU
39040AC 101 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGMiller JOpen1/23MW (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2124.00

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An introduction to the basic accounting methods, principles and financial statements used for external reporting. This course introduces students to accounting in a way that demonstrates its importance to society and relevance to their future careers. In addition to developing an adequate technical knowledge of accounting principles; critical thinking, communications, organizational, and interpersonal competencies will be developed and reinforced through a combination of class discussion and problems.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
AC 101 - -BU - -ALAB - INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 212
39681AC 101 - -BU - -BINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGStaff NCancelled0/04.00

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An introduction to the basic accounting methods, principles and financial statements used for external reporting. This course introduces students to accounting in a way that demonstrates its importance to society and relevance to their future careers. In addition to developing an adequate technical knowledge of accounting principles; critical thinking, communications, organizational, and interpersonal competencies will be developed and reinforced through a combination of class discussion and problems.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
AC 101 - -BU - -BLAB - INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
39041AC 205 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IRiportella TOpen11/35TH (12:25pm-01:55pm) H 2114.00

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I


4.00 credits. A study of generally accepted accounting principles and international standards as applied to asset transactions in the corporate financial reporting environment. Beginning with a brief review of introductory topics including the accounting cycle and financial statements and quickly moving to more challenging and complex topics regarding how to properly record transactions for different types of assets, acceptable alternatives, and the accounting treatment of related income statement transactions. Emphasis on valuation, classification, disclosure and cutoff. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39042AC 270 - -BU - -ACOST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTINGGabriel JOpen4/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) EC RMTE4.00

COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An understanding of how costs behave – cost-volume and profit analysis; are collected – job costing and process costing; are assigned – activity-based costing; are managed – strategic-based responsibility accounting; are measured – budgets and variance analysis; and are used in decision making – pricing and alternative use of capital. Multinational considerations also are included. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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39043AC 270 - -BU - -BCOST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTINGGabriel JOpen6/35MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An understanding of how costs behave – cost-volume and profit analysis; are collected – job costing and process costing; are assigned – activity-based costing; are managed – strategic-based responsibility accounting; are measured – budgets and variance analysis; and are used in decision making – pricing and alternative use of capital. Multinational considerations also are included. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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39044AC 301 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO TAXATIONMiller JOpen18/35MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 2154.00

INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION


4.00 credits. Following the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) recommended Model Tax Curriculum, this course introduces a broad range of tax topics and principles of federal income taxation of individuals, corporations, and partnerships. Understanding various types of taxes in the U.S. system and the basis for the federal income tax system is emphasized. Tax concepts that relate to individual taxpayers, and identifying the similarities and differences of individual taxation items to the taxation of business entities are learned, emphasizing the role of taxation in the business decision-making process, tax law and research, and concepts application. *Prerequisite: AC 101 or permission of instructor.




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39045AC 310 - -BU - -AACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMSGabriel JOpen27/35MWF (08:00am-09:10am) EC RMTE4.00

ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the components of an accounting information system and its relationship to the overall management information system. The use of information to support the planning, analysis, and reporting of business activities using fully integrated information systems is discussed. Students are introduced to system design and documentation, including flowcharting and control procedures. The course utilizes practical case problems, contemporary readings, and exercises incorporating accounting software to reinforce classroom theory with hands-on knowledge. All major transaction processing cycles and the effect on the accuracy of accounting information are reviewed. *Prerequisite: AC 206.




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39095AC 370 - -BU - -ACURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTINGStaff NCancelled0/02.00

CURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING


2.00 credits. This course will require students to identify, evaluation and analyze current events/issues affecting the accounting, auditing, and tax professions. We will discuss the implications of these events and how things going on around the world are influencing, or being influenced by, current rules and regulations. Recent pronouncements and exposure drafts issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other accounting regulatory bodies will be discussed. Topics will hcange as new issues in accounting emerge. *Prerequisites: AC 206.




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39046AC 406 - -BU - -AADVANCED ACCOUNTINGMiller JOpen29/35MW (09:30am-10:50am) H 2144.00

ADVANCED ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. A study of advanced accounting topics including business combinations, consolidated financial reporting according to US GAAP, worldwide accounting practices and foreign currency transactions, partnerships, and special accounting topics such as business liquidations and reorganizations, joint ventures, and accounting for derivatives. *Prerequisite: AC 206.




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39047BA 101 - -BU - -ABUSINESS AND SOCIETYMelvin SOpen5/33TH (09:25am-10:55am) H 2124.00

BUSINESS AND SOCIETY


4.00 credits. Managers function within an environment and their actions influence a number of stakeholders who in turn influence managerial decision making. Environmental awareness is increased by describing and analyzing seven sub-environments: stakeholder, economic, political, social, ethical, competitive and ecological. The course provides a context for other courses in the program and acquaints students with the dynamics of managing in the business, public and nonprofit sectors of the U.S. economy.




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39048BA 101 - -BU - -BBUSINESS AND SOCIETYMelvin SOpen7/33TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 2124.00

BUSINESS AND SOCIETY


4.00 credits. Managers function within an environment and their actions influence a number of stakeholders who in turn influence managerial decision making. Environmental awareness is increased by describing and analyzing seven sub-environments: stakeholder, economic, political, social, ethical, competitive and ecological. The course provides a context for other courses in the program and acquaints students with the dynamics of managing in the business, public and nonprofit sectors of the U.S. economy. Register by Instructor.




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39049BA 165 - -BU - -APERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNINGRiportella TOpen25/35T (09:15am-10:55am) H 2112.00

PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING


2.00 credits. This course provides students with detailed information, methods, and techniques to effectively evaluate alternative courses of action and make informed financial decisions regarding basic personal finance. The course focuses on situations that students will encounter as they become financially independent. Topics include: budgeting, credit and money management, tax basics, purchasing and insurance issues, and basic investment concepts.




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39074BA 165 - -BU - -BPERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNINGRiportella TOpen6/35W (11:00am-12:10pm) E GAUD2.00

PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING


2.00 credits. This course provides students with detailed information, methods, and techniques to effectively evaluate alternative courses of action and make informed financial decisions regarding basic personal finance. The course focuses on situations that students will encounter as they become financially independent. Topics include: budgeting, credit and money management, tax basics, purchasing and insurance issues, and basic investment concepts.




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39050BA 215 - -BU - -APRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGGreenberg BOpen3/26TH (05:15pm-06:35pm) H 2124.00

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


4.00 credits. An introductory course emphasizing key concepts and issues underlying the marketing process and how it operates in today's dynamic organizations. The marketing mix is examined on a broad scale, with students developing an understanding of how decisions in each element impact and influence the others. Among the topics covered are segmentation, consumer behavior, product development, promotional campaigns, marketing research, distribution planning and pricing strategies. The course will culminate in a final project or major case study, with students developing and presenting a marketing plan.




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39051BA 215 - -BU - -BPRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGGreenberg BOpen15/35TH (06:50pm-08:10pm) H 2124.00

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


4.00 credits. An introductory course emphasizing key concepts and issues underlying the marketing process and how it operates in today's dynamic organizations. The marketing mix is examined on a broad scale, with students developing an understanding of how decisions in each element impact and influence the others. Among the topics covered are segmentation, consumer behavior, product development, promotional campaigns, marketing research, distribution planning and pricing strategies. The course will culminate in a final project or major case study, with students developing and presenting a marketing plan.




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39052BA 248 - -BU - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (EGR 248)d'Agostino MOpen2/33MW (05:00pm-06:20pm) H 2124.00

QUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (EGR 248)


4.00 credits. Usage of quantitative methods and operations management concepts to optimize business decisions is learned. The quantitative methods covered are forecasting, decision making, inventory management, and linear programming. The operations management concepts are project management, statistical process control, materials requirement planning, enterprise resource planning, scheduling, reliability, acceptance sampling and learning curves. *Prerequisite(s): MA 251.




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39054BA 265 - -BU - -AMANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORTile JClosed0/37TH (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE4.00

MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


4.00 credits. Critical management issues in planning, organizing, leading and controlling – within the framework of understanding why and how people interact with one another, in groups, and with the organization itself – are examined, with opportunities to enhance communication and interpersonal skills through learning at multiple levels, including individual reading, study and analysis, in-class lectures and exercises, and small discussion groups, in which newly acquired knowledge can be applied to the analysis of real-world scenarios.




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39055BA 270 - -BU - -ASTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IOzkanca KOpen5/24T (08:30am-09:20am) EC RMTE2.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: any one of the following courses: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to majors in the Business Department. Must be taken in the sophomore year.




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39056BA 270 - -BU - -BSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IOzkanca KClosed0/24T (09:30am-10:20am) EC RMTE2.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: any one of the following courses: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to majors in the Business Department. Must be taken in the sophomore year.




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39057BA 270 - -BU - -CSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IOzkanca KClosed0/25T (11:00am-11:50am) EC RMTE2.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: any one of the following courses: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to majors in the Business Department. Must be taken in the sophomore year.




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39058BA 311 - -BU - -AMARKETING RESEARCHGreenberg BOpen1/25TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2124.00

MARKETING RESEARCH


4.00 credits. An introduction to the theories and techniques behind the development, execution and dissemination of marketing research. Taught through a hands-on approach, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of research methodologies and techniques, both quantitative and qualitative. The course will culminate in a final project conducted in conjunction with an actual client. *Prerequisites: BA 215 and MA 251.




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39059BA 330 - -BU - -ALEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSMelvin SOpen6/33TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 2124.00

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS


4.00 credits. The study and evaluation of legal, ethical and global issues as they pertain to understanding how a business organization operates in a changing socio-economic environment.




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39060BA 337 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSTelleen MOpen2/17TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 2154.00

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the study of international business law, the function and importance of public international law, the role of public and private international organizations, and public policy and ethics in setting standards and guidelines for international business. An understanding of the legal problems associated with economic integration within the European Union and North America is emphasized.




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39061BA 350 - -BU - -AEUROPEAN UNION SIMULATION I (PS 350)Ozkanca OClosed13/15TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

EUROPEAN UNION SIMULATION I (PS 350)


4.00 credits. Study of the principles and theories of European integration, the history of the current European Union (E.U.) from the Treaty of Rome to the present, and the structure and functioning of the European Union, including class participation representing an E.U. Member State in the annual Mid-Atlantic European Union Consortium E.U. Simulation in Washington, D.C. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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39063BA 365 - -BU - -AHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTCiocirlan CClosed0/16MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 2114.00

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. A unique overview of the Human Resource Management (HRM) function in terms of practicality and real-world application, the processes and methods used in HRM planning, along with techniques for conducting job analysis, writing job descriptions, equal employment opportunity compliance, recruiting and selecting employees, orientation, training and development, appraising employee performance, and maintaining employee discipline are examined. Varied instructional methods include lecture, small group discussion, document creation and case-study analysis. *Prerequisite: BA 265.




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39766BA 400 - -BU - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSPaul SOpen3/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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39767BA 400 - -BU - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSVaramini HOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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39768BA 400 - -BU - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSKrichevskiy DOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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39769BA 400 - -BU - -DSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSCiocirlan COpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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39827BA 400 - -BU - -ESENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSNeuhauser HOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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39079BA 470 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP IN BUSINESSVaramini HOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS


0.00 credits. Combined academic goals, abstract/theoretical and experiential learning through an internship assist in the reflection, analysis and integration of experiences and insights gained through internships with the academic theory, principles, concepts, and social and ethical dimensions of the discipline and subject area. This strengthens students’ lifelong-learning skills, professional and public-speaking skills, personal and professional values and ethics, and self-confidence and clarifies personal and career goals. Students must complete at least 125 hours of internship assignment over a 12-week period (eight weeks in summer). Graded Pass/No Pass. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39930BA 472 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP IN BUSINESSVaramini HOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS


2.00 credits. Combined academic goals, abstract/theoretical and experiential learning through an internship assist in the reflection, analysis and integration of experiences and insights gained through internships with the academic theory, principles, concepts, and social and ethical dimensions of the discipline and subject area. This strengthens students’ lifelong-learning skills, professional and public-speaking skills, personal and professional values and ethics, and self-confidence and clarifies personal and career goals. Students must complete at least 125 hours of internship assignment over a 12-week period (eight weeks in summer). Graded Pass/No Pass. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39897BA 476 - -BU - -ABUSINESS COOPERATIVEGreenberg BOpen4/5By Arrangement5.00

BUSINESS COOPERATIVE


Variable (5.00-12.00 credits). Classroom education cannot teach all the elements of knowledge required for a successful career. On-the-job experience can enhance student learning and is a valuable supplement to classroom instruction. The purpose of this course is to assist students in the learning process of reflection, analysis, and integration of experiences and insights gained through their internships/co-ops with the academic theory, principles, concepts, and social and ethical dimensions of the discipline and subject area. In addition to academic goals, this course combining abstract/theoretical and experiential learning through an internship setting- is intended to further students’ lifelong learning skills, professional and public speaking skills, strengthening of personal and professional values and ethics, clarification of personal and career goals, and achievement of self-confidence. Complete between 200-480 hours on the internship assignment satisfactorily over a minimum of 12 weeks. A total of 12 credits may be earned from internship/co-op courses taken through the School of Business during a student’s college career. All majors and minors in the School of Business are eligible to apply, junior or senior standing, with at least a GPA of 2.75 in the major. Graded Pass/No Pass. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor.




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39064BA 495 - -BU - -ABUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGYSandu PClosed0/19TH (09:30am-10:50am) H 1104.00

BUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive and integrative course that builds on knowledge acquired in the prior business classes, this class offers the opportunity to integrate the knowledge through a cross-functional approach. The focus is understanding how companies craft and implement strategies that create and enhance sustainable competitive advantage. *Prerequisite: senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39065BA 495 - -BU - -BBUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGYSandu POpen12/20TH (08:00am-09:20am) H 1144.00

BUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive and integrative course that builds on knowledge acquired in the prior business classes, this class offers the opportunity to integrate the knowledge through a cross-functional approach. The focus is understanding how companies craft and implement strategies that create and enhance sustainable competitive advantage. *Prerequisite: senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

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39680BA 496 - -BU - -ACATEGORY MANAGEMENT SEMINARThomas ROpen23/35MW (08:00am-09:20am) H 2134.00

CATEGORY MANAGEMENT SEMINAR


4.00 credits. Successful retail companies today look to their suppliers to act as partners to help them grow their business. Category management is a collaborative process established between buyer and seller where manufacturers and retailers demonstrate an appreciation for the other's business objectives and together leverage business understanding to build customer volume, loyalty, and consumption habits. In consumer packaged goods this practice has become known as category management. *Prerequisites: BA 215, BA 312, and BA 313.




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39066EC 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICSKrichevskiy DOpen1/33MWF (09:30am-10:40am) EC RMTE4.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to a country’s gross domestic product. Topics covered include factors affecting a country’s output of goods and services, the role of fiscal policy and monetary policy in dealing with inflation and unemployment, the Federal Reserve system and the goal of price stability, causes and consequences of budget deficits, and factors affecting trade deficits and exchange rates.




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39075EC 101 - -7SSC-C-BSSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICSKrichevskiy DOpen1/33MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) EC RMTE4.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to a country’s gross domestic product. Topics covered include factors affecting a country’s output of goods and services, the role of fiscal policy and monetary policy in dealing with inflation and unemployment, the Federal Reserve system and the goal of price stability, causes and consequences of budget deficits, and factors affecting trade deficits and exchange rates.




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39067EC 102 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSPaul SOpen3/33TH (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE4.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Topics covered include the basis for decision-making by economic agents, utility maximization by consumers, the demand curve, profit maximization by firms, diminishing returns and input choice, optimal output and price for a firm in various market structures, market failure, income inequality, and comparative advantage and international trade.




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39760EC 102 - -7SSC-C-BSSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSPaul SOpen9/33TH (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Topics covered include the basis for decision-making by economic agents, utility maximization by consumers, the demand curve, profit maximization by firms, diminishing returns and input choice, optimal output and price for a firm in various market structures, market failure, income inequality, and comparative advantage and international trade.




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39076EC 302 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICSKrichevskiy DOpen23/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) EC RMTE4.00

INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. The course describes macroeconomic theories to explain the business cycle. Factors affecting major macroeconomic variables such as gross domestic product, inflation and interest rates. Policies for attaining full employment and price stability. *Prerequisite: EC 101.




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39077EC 309 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICSStaff NCancelled0/04.00

INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS


4.00 credits. The course provides an introduction to techniques of mathematical modeling in economics and business. Linear algebra. Cramer's Rule. Comparative statics. Differential calculus. Unconstrained and constrained optimization. First order and second order conditions for an extremum. Dynamic optimization. Use of mathematical software. Several applications in microeconomics, macroeconomics, operations management and finance. *Prerequisite: MA 121.




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39068FBE380 - -BU - -AENTREPRENEURSHIPSandu POpen3/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2104.00

ENTREPRENEURSHIP


4.00 credits. An assessment and development of entrepreneurial skills, emphasizing a “hands-on” approach based on case studies on entrepreneurial ventures, writing feasibility plans on opportunities identified by students, experiential exercises and executive speakers (entrepreneurs, investors and consultants). In-class topics enable students to understand the entrepreneur's profile, and to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to create, start, finance, manage and grow a new venture. Fall semester.




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39069FIN325 - -BU - -ACORPORATE FINANCEVaramini HOpen2/36TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) EC RMTE4.00

CORPORATE FINANCE


4.00 credits. An introduction to fundamental tools and concepts used in short-term and long-term financial decision making. An overview of the major financial markets is provided. Financial statements, discounted cash flow analysis, bond and stock valuation models, risk and return for assets and portfolios, cost of capital, financing decisions, capital budgeting, capital structure of the firm and dividend policy are covered. *Prerequisite(s): AC 101.




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39070FIN327 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTVaramini HOpen19/35TH (09:15am-10:55am) EC RMTE4.00

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. Development of an understanding of the international financial environments in which economic policy and business decisions are made. Specifically, the course covers the spot and forward exchange markets, the Eurocurrency market and the international capital markets. The impact of exchange rate behavior on corporations and the foreign exchange risk management for multinational corporations are covered. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 325.




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39071FIN412 - -BU - -AFINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONSNeuhauser HOpen14/21MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 2144.00

FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONS


4.00 credits. This course introduces derivative markets and their primary instruments with emphasis on real-world applications of theoretical models. The fundamental of derivatives, valuations of typical derivatives such as futures, forwards, swaps, and options, plus using derivatives in risk hedging and speculations will be discussed. At the conclusion of this course, students will gain an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of derivatives and the practical skills in constructing and evaluating dynamic hedging strategies using futures and options. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 325.




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FIN412 - -BU - -ALAB - FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONSMW (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 111
39072FIN420 - -BU - -AFINANCIAL INSTITUTION MANAGEMENTNeuhauser HOpen15/21MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1144.00

FINANCIAL INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. This course seeks to provide students with a solid understanding of: terms, facts, and perspectives useful in financial institutions' management; concepts, tools, and objectives financial institution managers use in framing and resolving various issues; forces shaping the financial service industry environment for financial institution managers, e.g., changes in the information and contracting technologies, changes in the mixture of domestic and global competitors, and interactions of innovations with rules enforced by self-regulatory organizations and government agencies. *Prerequisite(s): MA 251 and FIN 325.




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FIN420 - -BU - -ALAB - FINANCIAL INSTITUTION MANAGEMENTMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 111
39073FIN424 - -BU - -AINVESTMENTSNeuhauser HOpen8/21MW (09:30am-10:50am) H 2154.00

INVESTMENTS


4.00 credits. This course emphasizes the various classes of investments available to the investor, sources and uses of investment information, and security and capital market valuation. Fundamental concepts, theories and techniques of investing in different assets are provided. Portfolio management is introduced. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 325.




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FIN424 - -BU - -ALAB - INVESTMENTSMW (09:30am-10:50am) H 111
39949FIN470 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP IN FINANCENeuhauser HOpen9/10By Arrangement0.00

INTERNSHIP IN FINANCE


Variable (0.00-4.00) credit(s). Internships lead to a culminating learning experience for students studying in the fields of finance. This experience allows students the opportunity to practice the application of theory and apply the knowledge acquired through academic course work to practical real world business issues in a formal business setting. Students are able to gain the skills leading to a successful career. Starting from an entry level with broader exposure of business experiences to a higher level in which advanced knowledge and skills are expected, internship experience not only draws on major and minor course offerings in finance, but allows the integration of course work from other fields of study during the development of professional skills. Ultimately, an internship is an in-depth, supervised, hands-on work and study experience, in which the student has a degree of responsibility for planning, directing, collaborating, and supervising the work of others. The Internship in Finance is design is to stimulate good judgment and sound decision making while improving problem solving, communication, human development, and relation building skills. The course is repeatable and can be taken for academic credits varying from 0 to 4 credits depending on the academic work completed and detailed in Section VI of the syllabus. A total of 12 credits may be earned from internship/co-op courses taken through the School of Business during a student's college career. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




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Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
CG
39658CSC290 - -CSC - -AINTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE (PH 290)Silberstein MOpen16/35MF (11:00am-12:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE (PH 290)


4.00 credits. Cognitive science is an interdisciplinary science that integrates elements of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and computer science into a unified field of study. As a required course for the Cognitive Science Minor, Introduction to Cognitive Science provides exposure to a variety of disciplines, with particular focus on how they cooperate to study cognition and behavior. Fall semester.




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39660CSC350 - -CSC - -AANIMAL MINDS (PH 350)Silberstein MOpen9/24MF (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

ANIMAL MINDS (PH 350)


4.00 credits. There is a growing consensus that many non-human animals are conscious and much more intelligent than previously believed. Throughout this interdisciplinary course, we will try to answer the question what, if anything, makes humans unique with regard to cognitive abilities and conscious experience? We will explore similarities and differences between humans and other animals for a variety of cognitive abilities such as perception, attention, learning, memory, reasoning, tool use, and language using primary scientific evidence and an evolutionary framework. We will explore particular debates in current animal cognition research.




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CH
39114CH 105 - -6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCEHagan TClosed0/40MWF (09:30am-10:30am) MA 22034.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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39115CH 105 - -6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCERood JOpen1/40MWF (08:00am-09:00am) MA 22034.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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39116CH 105 - -6NPS-C-CNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCEToote LOpen3/35MWF (12:30pm-01:30pm) EC RMTE4.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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39117CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEHagan TClosed0/24M (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 1080.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEM (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 106
39118CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEHagan TOpen1/24T (08:00am-10:50am) MU 1080.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCET (08:00am-10:50am) MU 106
39119CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-CNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEMacKay JClosed0/24H (08:00am-10:50am) MU 1080.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-CNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEH (08:00am-10:50am) MU 106
39120CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-DNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCERood JOpen2/24H (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 1080.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-DNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEH (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 106
39121CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ENPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEToote LOpen6/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 1080.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ENPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCET (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 106
39122CH 201 - -CH - -ALABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRYToote LClosed0/11M (03:30pm-04:20pm) E 1872.00

LABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRY


2.00 credits. This course presents a number of laboratory techniques that are used in many of the upper-level chemistry (and other science) courses. These techniques include: keeping a laboratory notebook, making careful volumetric and gravimetric measurements, performing statistical analysis and writing a report. *Prerequisite: CH 105. Hours: lecture 1, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




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CH 201 - -CH - -ALEC - LABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRYM (03:30pm-04:20pm) EC HYBR
CH 201 - -CH - -ALAB - LABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRYW (02:00pm-05:00pm) MU 201
39123CH 213 - -CH - -AORGANIC CHEMISTRY IIMacKay JOpen16/35MWF (08:00am-09:00am) H 1103.00

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II


3.00 credits. A continuation of CH 113, that builds on the principles of structure and reactivity from kinetic, thermodynamic, stereochemical, and mechanistic viewpoints. An emphasis will be placed on synthesis and reaction mechanism with a focus on the chemistry of aromatic compounds and the carbonyl group. The importance of organic compounds across disciplines and in everyday life will be emphasized. *Prerequisite(s): a grade of C- or above in CH 113. Hours: lecture 3. Fall semester.




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39770CH 291 - -CH - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYToote LOpen3/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 3.00) credit(s). An independent experimental or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member and designed specifically for students who are too early in their course work to begin CH 491, CH 490, or CH 471. *Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39902CH 291 - -CH - -BINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYHagan TOpen4/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 3.00) credit(s). An independent experimental or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member and designed specifically for students who are too early in their course work to begin CH 491, CH 490, or CH 471. *Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39916CH 291 - -CH - -CINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYRood JOpen4/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 3.00) credit(s). An independent experimental or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member and designed specifically for students who are too early in their course work to begin CH 491, CH 490, or CH 471. *Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39124CH 323 - -CH - -ABIOCHEMISTRY IHagan TOpen6/24TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 1143.00

BIOCHEMISTRY I


3.00 credits. The integration of principles introduced in previous courses, including general biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry, applied towards an understanding of living matter. Structures, functions, and metabolism of the major classes of biomolecules are emphasized. *Prerequisites: BIO 111, CH 213, and an additional 200-level biology or chemistry and biochemistry department course. Fall semester.




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39125CH 343 - -CH - -APHYSICAL CHEMISTRY IHoffman GOpen8/12MWF (08:00am-09:20am) MU 2324.00

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I


4.00 credits. An investigation of the physical basis of chemistry, treating molecular properties, bulk properties, and chemical reactions by applying the laws of physics. The fundamentals of quantum mechanics are introduced and applied to atoms, molecules, and their interactions. Basic spectroscopy is covered from this perspective. Bulk level systems are treated with classical thermodynamics leading up to the treatment of chemical equilibrium. An introduction to chemical kinetics is given. The laboratory portion will illustrate these principles with experimental work. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 201, MA 121, and CH 214. *Corequisite(s): CH 343L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




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39126CH 343 -L-CH - -APHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYHoffman GOpen8/12T (08:00am-11:00am) MU 2150.00

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany CH 343. *Corequisite: CH 343.




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39127CH 395 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IToote LOpen2/8F (11:00am-12:15pm) EC RMTE1.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR I


1.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 395 challenges students to critically evaluate how chemistry is communicated to a range of audiences through the written and spoken word. In addition to completing a major writing piece, students are required to deliver at least one oral presentation, as well as attend and evaluate the oral presentations of their peers. Students must enroll in both CH 395 and CH 396 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of CH 396. Hours: seminar 1. Fall semester.




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39131CH 421 - -CH - -AADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRYMacKay JOpen5/12MW (02:00pm-03:00pm) E 1872.00

ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY


2.00 credits. A study of organic reactions based on experimental and advanced theoretical studies. *Prerequisite: CH 213. Hours: lecture 3. Fall or spring semester.




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39771CH 491 - -CH - -ARESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYToote LOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An original experiment or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member. Experimental design and a written report are required. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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39903CH 491 - -CH - -BRESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYMacKay JOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An original experiment or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member. Experimental design and a written report are required. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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39129CH 495 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IIIToote LOpen3/5F (11:00am-12:15pm) EC RMTE1.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR III


1.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 495 challenges students to critically evaluate how chemistry is communicated to a range of audiences through the written and spoken word. In addition to completing a major writing piece, students are required to deliver at least one oral presentation, as well as attend and evaluate the oral presentations of their peers. Students must enroll in both CH 495 and CH 496 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of CH 496. Hours: seminar 1. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Fall semester.




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CM
39096COM120 - -CM - -AINTRO TO COMMUNICATIONSHelb COpen1/40MW (09:30am-10:50am) H 2124.00

INTRO TO COMMUNICATIONS


4.00 credits. In this course students study communication as a field of study focusing both on human and mediated communication (news, persuasion, entertainment). As theories provide the means to understand, explain, predict and implement communication processes and events. This course will also expose students to significant media history to inform the current applications of media in society, business and mass communication environments. *This course is required of all Communications majors and minors.




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39097COM130 - -CM - -AVISUAL COMMUNICATIONSHughes KOpen2/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2084.00

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS


4.00 credits. In this course students study the design, theory and development of production in visual communication including digital photography, new media design and basic print design principles. Students will apply aesthetics and concepts learned to the production of visual media projects. *Prerequisite: Declared or intended communications major or declared communications minor or permission of the instructor.




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COM130 - -CM - -AVISUAL COMMUNICATIONSMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 210
39098COM145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)Hughes KClosed0/16TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 2084.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




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COM145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 210
39112COM145 - -3CE -C-BCE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)Hughes KClosed0/16TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 2084.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




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COM145 - -3CE -C-BCE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 210
39100COM210 - -CM - -APRESENTATION SKILLSPoniatowski KOpen2/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2114.00

PRESENTATION SKILLS


4.00 credits. Students become proficient at translating the written word into a professional oral performance. Exercises and projects develop competence in a variety of areas. This course is an advanced professional speaking course, which allows students to experience various presentation formats with the focus on one organization. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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COM210 - -CM - -APRESENTATION SKILLSMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC HYBR
39101COM211 - -CM - -AINTRO TO JOURNALISMPoniatowski KOpen2/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

INTRO TO JOURNALISM


4.00 credits. In this course students study the application and importance of clear, logical writing necessary for success in print, broadcast and online project management. Grammar, language skills and Associated Press style will be introduced and refined. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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39102COM230 - -CM - -AVIDEO PRODUCTIONJohnson KOpen4/12TH (12:30pm-02:20pm) ST 2114.00

VIDEO PRODUCTION


4.00 credits. The technical and aesthetic fundamentals of the television industry and video production fields are explored in this course, including an advanced examination of writing and production materials for television/video programming. Through the development of analytical, technical and critical skills, the student will become knowledgeable in writing and producing a complete range of video projects. Students are required to purchase production materials for the course. *Prerequisites: COM 120 and COM 130.




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39103COM235 - -CM - -APR MEDIA PRODUCTIONStaff NCancelled0/04.00

PR MEDIA PRODUCTION


4.00 credits. This course addresses theory and principles of multimedia (audio and video) as applied in business and organizational settings. This course emphasizes achieving an organization’s goals through informing, persuading, and entertaining while applying the foundations of theory, planning, scripting, storyboarding, and production. *Prerequisite: COM 120 and COM 130.




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39723COM261 - -9HUM-C-AHUM FILM STUDIESHelb CClosed0/38MW (03:30pm-05:20pm) E GAUD4.00

HUM FILM STUDIES


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course is an introduction to cinema studies including the history of cinema, methodologies of filmmaking and criticism, and critical analysis of film. Throughout the semester, students will learn to actively watch and analyze a variety of films, as well as the general application of critical film analysis. the history of film from the early experimental films produced at the turn of the century through the rise of the “Studio System,” alternative cinema and “New Hollywood,” and contemporary filmmaking. Major film theories and theorists will be explored contemporaneously and critically analyzed.




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39104COM310 - -CM - -ANEW MEDIA PRODUCTIONHelb COpen1/19MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

NEW MEDIA PRODUCTION


4.00 credits. This course is an examination of convergence in mass media and how that convergence impacts website design. Through theory, application and practice, students will learn about media convergence and its place in the new media landscape. Emphasis will be placed on proper design and evaluation of websites. *Prerequisites: COM 120 and COM 130, or ART 207 and COM 130.




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39105COM316 - -CM - -ABROADCAST NEWSJohnson KOpen1/14MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2084.00

BROADCAST NEWS


4.00 credits. This course serves as an introduction to the styles and techniques of writing for the broadcast media. Emphasis is given to conceptualizing, writing and editing news copy for television and radio. *Prerequisites: COM 211, COM 220 and COM 230.




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COM316 - -CM - -ABROADCAST NEWSMW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 210
39106COM330 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODSGillis TOpen2/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1014.00

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. In this course students use social science methods to analyze the role of communications (corporate and mass communication) to solve current challenges. Students will pursue research projects in which theories are applied and tested using the scientific method. Students learn both theoretical and methodological concepts for documenting applied research in communications, including but not limited to public opinion polling, market research and qualitative methods, focusing on surveys, content analysis, focus groups and audience analysis. *Prerequisite: Junior standing in the communications major or minor.




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39107COM351 - -CM - -AINTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONSGillis TOpen2/16TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 1014.00

INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS


4.00 credits. A study of the theory and practice of public relations, its role in administration, its role in society, and its potential as a career. Course content addresses strategies and tactics of public relations in commercial, nonprofit and government organizations. *Prerequisite: COM 211.




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39108COM355 - -CM - -APR WRITINGPoniatowski KOpen8/18MW (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

PR WRITING


4.00 credits. In this course students study a survey of strategic writing activities that address the most common and best practices in corporate communication, included but not limited to project management documents, media relations documents, and corporate media production documents. *Prerequisite: COM 211.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39852COM400 - -CM - -AHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IHelb COpen14/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39853COM400 - -CM - -BHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IPoniatowski KOpen14/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39854COM400 - -CM - -CHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IJohnson KOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39855COM400 - -CM - -DHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE ITelleen MOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39856COM400 - -CM - -EHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IHughes KOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39857COM400 - -CM - -FHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IGillis TOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student's honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
40034COM471 - -CM - -APRACTICUMGillis TOpen11/12By Arrangement0.00

PRACTICUM


Variable (0.00 to 3.00) credit(s). Supervised application of previously studied theory by professionals in the field of the student's concentration. Practicum with an on- or off-campus sponsor may be used for free elective credit only, repeatable to a maximum of four credits within a major or minor declaration. A maximum of four credit hours from Communications 470-473 may count as communications electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): At least sophomore standing, and majors/minors only. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39109COM495 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATIONS CAPSTONEGillis TClosed0/11TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2044.00

COMMUNICATIONS CAPSTONE


4.00 credits. A capstone course providing an integration of course work, knowledge, skills and experiential learning to enable the student to demonstrate a broad mastery of professional expectations for a promise of initial employability, further learning and career advancement. Critical thinking, creative thinking, problem-solving strategies, effective written and oral communication, quantitative and qualitative analysis, computer literacy, library competency and mediated communication related to a student's concentration and specific career plans is employed. *Prerequisite: Senior standing and major only. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

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CS
39081CS 113 - -6NPS-C-ANPS THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF COMPUTINGMcDevitt TClosed0/18MWF (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

NPS THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF COMPUTING


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Sciences Core Course) A broad introduction to the discipline of computer science is given with a focus on its deep concepts and powerful impact. An emphasis is placed on seven "big ideas" developed by the CS Principles initiative: creativity, abstraction, data, algorithms, programming, the Internet, and impact. Examples and problems are drawn from other scientific fields and include DNA processing, particle simulation, and projectile motion. Programming projects are done in the introductory Scratch language and Python.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39083CS 121 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IWang JOpen5/24MWF (09:30am-10:50am) BSC BC0014.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39084CS 121 - -CS - -BCOMPUTER SCIENCE ILi POpen16/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2084.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39085CS 121 - -CS - -CCOMPUTER SCIENCE IWang JOpen13/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2084.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39086CS 122 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IILeap TOpen15/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE II


4.00 credits. A continuation of the presentation of the computer software essentials. The course surveys fundamental data structures for information processing and corresponding algorithm construction. The implementation of these data structures is considered. Additional topics include recursion, file processing, classes and advanced object-oriented programming techniques. *Prerequisite: CS 121.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39087CS 221 - -CS - -ADATA STRUCTURESLeap TOpen11/24MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2024.00

DATA STRUCTURES


4.00 credits. The design of algorithms for handling abstract data types, including stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs is coupled with an introduction to complexity analysis, storage allocation and management. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39088CS 309 - -CS - -ADATABASE SYSTEMSWang JOpen7/23MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2814.00

DATABASE SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. An introduction to concepts of databases and database management systems including the storage, processing, evaluation, display and security of data. The course represents a study of the database logical and physical design; of the basic management techniques using the most popular data languages, SQL and QBE; and of the different methodologies for database development – the relational approach and the object-oriented approach. Practical skills to create concrete databases and the corresponding information systems using some of the most used software products (Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL and MS Access) are considered. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Fall Semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39386CS 332 - -CS - -ADIGITAL DESIGN I (EGR 332)Wunderlich JOpen13/20MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2104.00

DIGITAL DESIGN I (EGR 332)


4.00 credits. Introduction to Boolean Algebra, and discrete math. Design of combinational and sequential digitial logic circuits, and their use in computer architectures. Introduction to machine instructions and assembly language programming. Design of a simple microprogrammed computer. *Prerequisite(s): CS 121 or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39936CS 400 - -CS - -APROJECTS IN COMPUTINGLeap TOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

PROJECTS IN COMPUTING


Variable (0.00 or 2.00 or 4.00) credits. A directed project or study requiring faculty acceptance of a proposal with a final report and defense of work. Senior status, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39094CS 421 - -CS - -ACOMPILER DESIGNLeap TClosed0/17MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2284.00

COMPILER DESIGN


4.00 credits. Design and construction of system software such as compilers, interpreters and assemblers. Topics include command and statement parsing techniques, symbol tables, code generation and code optimization. A project involving design and construction of a working systems program is assigned. *Prerequisites: CS 222. Fall semester, even years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39950CS 471 - -CS - -AINTERNSHIP IN COMPUTINGLeap TOpen5/6By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN COMPUTING


Variable (0.00 to 8.00) credit(s). Work experience designed to supplement course work. By working for business, school or government, the student gains valuable knowledge unavailable from textbooks. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39744CS 495 - -CS - -AHONORS PROJECTS IN COMPUTINGLi POpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

HONORS PROJECTS IN COMPUTING


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. The course consists of the development of an intensive individual project that must involve computing topics not covered in regular course offerings. The project should be approved and guided by a faculty member. Students must prepare a written report describing original exposition, research, and/or computing applications. Oral presentation of the results is also required. Restrictive acceptance for taking this course applies. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39091DS 300 - -CS - -ADATA MININGLi POpen15/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2084.00

DATA MINING


4.00 credits. Data preprocessing and the analysis and application of data mining algorithms to various types of data. A particular emphasis is placed on applications to large data sets or databases, including processing on distributed systems. *Prerequisites: CS 309 and DS 200.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39712DS 420 - -CS - -ABIG DATALi POpen17/22MWF (03:30pm-04:50pm) E 2814.00

BIG DATA


4.00 credits. This course covers techniques needed to collect, store, analyze, and visualize big data, particularly for applications in machine learning. The MapReduce paradigm will be taught using the popular Hadoop framework. Both batch and real-time analysis of massive quantities of data will be applied to machine learning problems such as clustering, regression, and classification. Although the relational database model will be discussed, NoSQL models will have primary focus. *Prerequisites: DS 200 and CS 309.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39745DS 495 - -CS - -ADATA SCIENCE CAPSTONELi POpen8/10By Arrangement4.00

DATA SCIENCE CAPSTONE


4.00 credits. Under the supervision of a faculty mentor, students use their knowledge of data science to complete a high level project contributing to research in an academic area or to solve a problem for a local business. Projects will involve data collection, data cleaning, data analysis, and reporting results both orally and in writing to a domain expert or business leader. All problems are unstructured with no predetermined solution. *Prerequisites: DS 300 and DS 315.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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DA
39013DAT200 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICSKrichevskiy D, Reddig NOpen10/26T (08:00am-09:20am) BSC BC0012.00

DATA ANALYTICS


2.00 credits. An introduction to databases and SQL queries. Topics include how to create, read, and use Structured Query Language (SQL), design, population, query, and use of databases.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39014DAT300 - -DAT - -ABIG DATA AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (MOA 510)Krichevskiy DOpen4/28H (05:00pm-07:00pm) EC RMTE2.00

BIG DATA AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (MOA 510)


2.00 credits. Big Data and Statistical Analysis provides an introduction to the fundamentals of data preparation and management, data mining, and forecasting using SAS® Enterprise Miner. This is an application-driven course allowing students to gain an understanding of Enterprise Miner software environment, statistical basics of data mining and forecasting, and the practical issues involved in applied forecasting in a business setting. Upon completion of this course, students shall be able to independently carry out data analysis and forecasting projects. *Prerequisite: MA 251.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39861MBA501 - -DAT - -AFOUNDATIONS IN CRITICAL BUSINESS ANALYSISHooper POpen18/183.00

FOUNDATIONS IN CRITICAL BUSINESS ANALYSIS


3.00 credits. This foundations course will cover three essential key areas: statistics, research design, and economics. Learners will study statistics and probabilities as applied to the business environment, including how to approach statistical problems, obtain quantitative results, and interpret those results. The research design segment covers the process of survey and questionnaire design, as well as evaluating data for reliability. The economics segment discusses supply and demand, competitive environments, financial markets and labor markets. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39858MOA500 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICS (DAT200)Reddig NOpen18/20T (08:00am-09:20am) BSC BC0013.00

DATA ANALYTICS (DAT200)


2.00 credits. An introduction to databases and SQL queries. Topics include how to create, read, and use Structured Query Language (SQL), design, population, query, and use of databases. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39859MOA510 - -DAT - -ABIG DATA AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (DAT300)Krichevskiy DOpen18/20H (05:00pm-07:00pm) EC RMTE3.00

BIG DATA AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (DAT300)


2.00 credits. Big Data and Statistical Analysis provides an introduction to the fundamentals of data preparation and management, data mining, and forecasting using SAS® Enterprise Miner. This is an application-driven course allowing students to gain an understanding of Enterprise Miner software environment, statistical basics of data mining and forecasting, and the practical issues involved in applied forecasting in a business setting. Upon completion of this course, students shall be able to independently carry out data analysis and forecasting projects. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (100% Online)
39860MOA552 - -DAT - -ASTATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCH (MA 252)Sigdel SOpen16/17MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2073.00

STATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCH (MA 252)


3.00 credits. A second course in Statistics, introducing students to major statistical methods for research in the physical and life sciences, business, economics, and the social sciences. Topics include comparison of means, design of experiments and ANOVA, categorical analysis, regression, time series, and nonparametric methods. Statistical software is used, and students pursue a research project that requires statistical analysis, culminating in a written research report, and an oral presentation. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39917MOA670 - -DAT - -AAPPLIED PROGRAMMINGO'Hara DOpen23/24TH (02:00pm-03:30pm) EC RMTE3.00

APPLIED PROGRAMMING


3.00 credits. This course will cover the required programming concepts for data analytics.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (100% Online)
ED
39459ED 105 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGTyminski COpen2/28TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) MA 22034.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, sociological, political and historical foundations of education and learning. The course emphasizes on the concepts, theories, and research on learning and the factors, including teaching, that influence learning. Fieldwork experience is required which will include a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, and will require an FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39460ED 105 - -ED - -BFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGStaff NCancelled0/04.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, sociological, political and historical foundations of education and learning. The course emphasizes on the concepts, theories, and research on learning and the factors, including teaching, that influence learning. Fieldwork experience is required which will include a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, and will require an FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39461ED 105 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LABHaley-Mize LOpen29/560.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LAB


0.00 credit. Lab for ED105. *Corequisite: ED 105.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39462ED 151 - -ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENTMoodie EOpen9/28W (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1064.00

EARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. This course examines the concepts, theories, and research on early adolescent and adolescent development. It focuses on typical and atypical physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and moral development of children ages 8-18. Students will be introduced to different models, approaches, and developmentally appropriate practices for students in grades 4-12. Field experience is required, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: ED 105. *Corequisite: ED 151L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39463ED 151 -L-ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT LABMoodie EOpen8/280.00

EARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT LAB


0.00 credit. A course designed to familiarize pre-service teachers with concepts, theories and research on cognition and learning for pre-adolescents and adolescents. The course emphasizes the study of theories of cognitive development and learning, constructivism, memory, higher-order thinking, motivation, individual differences and the application of these theories in the classroom. Includes field experience, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED151.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39464ED 161 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED TECHNOLOGYLicona POpen11/24W (08:00am-09:20am) N 1272.00

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY


2.00 credits. An introductory study of current and emerging instructional media and technologies used across the grades and curricula. Organizing time and records through technology and computer-mediated communications, including basic multimedia presentation tools, are presented. Classroom-related features of Word and PowerPoint are practiced at an introductory level.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39465ED 212 - -ED - -ACHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATUREBellew WClosed0/24T (08:00am-09:20am) N 2102.00

CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURE


2.00 credits. The course focuses on literacy genres and the work of well-known authors and illustrators and includes study of multicultural literature that represents diverse ethnic, linguistic, and cultural perspectives. Response to literature and selection of books for the classroom are emphasized. Course content is applicable for Early Childhood and Middle Level classrooms. *Prerequisite(s): ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39466ED 250 - -ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOODCaprino KOpen13/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. This course focuses on the research-based principles and practices for language and literacy development of children ages birth to 9. Topics include language acquisition, reading and writing development, and strategies for teaching comprehension, fluency, word study and vocabulary in the early grades (PK through fourth). Requires field experience. *Corequisite: ED 250L.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (100% Online)
39467ED 250 -L-ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LABCaprino KOpen13/240.00

LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LAB


0.00 credits. Lab for ED 250. *Corequisite: ED 250.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39468ED 255 - -ED - -ALITERACY AND LANGUAGE ACQUISITIONLicona POpen18/242.00

LITERACY AND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION


2.00 credits. This course will focus on theories of first and second language acquisition, along with factors that influence language acquisition and the impact of language acquisition on learning. Emphasis will be placed on the 5 pillars of literacy (phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension), verbal and non-verbal language development, and specific styles and strategies for language learning. Components of language (morphology, phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) will be addressed.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39469ED 258 - -ED - -AEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATIONBellew WOpen3/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2104.00

EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION


4.00 credits. Examines current issues, trends and practices in educational assessment. Emphasizes the study of different assessment and evaluation procedures in the early childhood, elementary and secondary classroom. Explores a variety of traditional and innovative approaches to assessment of student learning and development.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
39471ED 305 - -ED - -ASOCIAL STUDIES METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONFrick JOpen4/7H (05:00pm-08:00pm) EC RMTE4.00

SOCIAL STUDIES METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. A study of the instructional methodology of an academic discipline with emphasis upon literacy strategies, reading in the content, and assessment. Students complete a field experience component which explores these practices under the guidance of a clinical professor in the academic major (e.g., science, English, mathematics, social studies) for grades 7-12. *Prerequisite(s): ED 150 or ED 151. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
ED 305 - -ED - -AFWK - SOCIAL STUDIES METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONBy Arrangement
39682ED 305 - -ED - -BMATH METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONSoltys SOpen21/24T (08:00am-11:00am) EC RMTE4.00

MATH METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. A study of the instructional methodology of an academic discipline with emphasis upon literacy strategies, reading in the content, and assessment. Students complete a field experience component which explores these practices under the guidance of a clinical professor in the academic major (e.g., science, English, mathematics, social studies) for grades 7-12. *Prerequisite(s): ED 150 or ED 151. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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ED 305 - -ED - -BFWK - MATH METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONBy Arrangement
39472ED 325 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOODLicona PClosed0/14TF (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of science processes in an early childhood school program and the utilization of multiple resources, organization, management, evaluation, instructional strategies, and integration of science and health in the early childhood program. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 335, ED 345 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39473ED 326 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELLicona POpen1/7TF (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course provides for the study of science processes at the middle school level (fourth through eighth grades), with emphasis upon the utilization of multiple resources, organization, classroom management, instructional strategies and assessment. Field experience is required. *Corequisites: ED 336, ED 346, and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39474ED 335 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY CHILDHOODLicona PClosed0/14MW (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of how children develop a background of understanding and skill in mathematics in Pre-K to fourth grade, concentrating on the development of problem-solving, reasoning, and communication skills in mathematics, and connecting mathematics and the real world. Additional focus will be on organization for instruction, alternative means of evaluation, and teaching special needs and at-risk students. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and ED 258. *Corequisites: ED 325, ED 345 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39475ED 336 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELLicona POpen1/7MW (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. A study of how children develop a background of understanding and skill in mathematics in fourth through eighth grades with emphasis on problem-solving, reasoning and communication skills. Additional focus will be on organization for instruction, teaching methods, accommodations and alternative strategies. *Corequisites: ED 326, ED 346 and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39476ED 341 - -ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOMLicona POpen5/24MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1044.00

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM


4.00 credits. This course introduces future teachers to the special linguistic and cultural educational needs of English language learners (ELL). Aspects of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural knowledge will be studied as well as methods of instruction that focus on the language needs and background knowledge of the ELL. Theory and practices of current ELL programs will also be examined. Twenty hours of field experience required (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks). *Corequisite: ED 341L. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ED 341 - -ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOMMW (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 106
39479ED 341 -L-ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LABLicona POpen5/240.00

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LAB


0.00 credit. Lab for ED 341. *Corequisite: ED 341.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39480ED 345 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN EARLY CHILDHOODBellew WClosed0/14MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1044.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. This course furthers the study of literacy theories and research-based practices presented in ED 250. This course explores approaches to teaching reading and writing in the primary grades and examines the construction of rich literacy environment in culturally, linguistically, and socio-economically diverse classrooms. Course content focuses on instructional strategies, curriculum design and implementation, and assessment and evaluation. Field experience is required for Methods Block. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): ED 250 and ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 325, ED 335 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39481ED 346 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELBellew WOpen1/7MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1044.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course furthers the study of literacy theories and research-based practices presented in ED 352 Literacy Assessment, Instruction and Intervention in Elem/Middle Level. This course explores approaches to teaching reading and writing in the elementary/middle grades and examines the construction of a rich literacy environment in culturally, linguistically, and socio-economically diverse classrooms. Course content focuses on instructional strategies, curriculum design and implementation, and assessment and evaluation. Field experience is required. *Prerequisites: ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 326, ED 336 and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
39513ED 352 - -ED - -ACULTURAL DIVERSITY: AWARENESS, RELEVANCE, AND RESPONSIVENESSCaprino KOpen13/204.00

CULTURAL DIVERSITY: AWARENESS, RELEVANCE, AND RESPONSIVENESS


4.00 credits. This course provides for the exploration and understanding of cultural diversity, particularly as related to historical, current, and future cultural diversification of the American school system. Aspects of different cultures, including beliefs, behaviors, values, and attitudes, will be compared and contrasted in relation to planning culturally relevant and responsive curriculum and instruction. Theories and programs of multicultural education will be explored. *Prerequisite(s): Formal Acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39482ED 360 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOODCaprino KOpen15/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. This course is designed to familiarize students with the creative, self-expression and problem-solving skills among children in early childhood settings. Students will explore creative learning theories and research and focus on developmentally appropriate curriculum strategies in all developmental domains. This course emphasizes strategies to develop, implement and evaluate activities in the environment that encourages and supports creative self-expression and problem solving in children.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39483ED 365 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN EARLY CHILDHOODFrick JClosed0/14H (05:00pm-08:00pm) EC RMTE4.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of content, teaching strategies, materials, organizing approaches and curricula for teaching social studies at the early elementary level (PK through fourth grade). Students will be required to complete a field experience component, documented by a journal. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 325, ED 335 and ED 345. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39484ED 366 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELFrick JOpen1/7H (05:00pm-08:00pm) EC RMTE4.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course will examine the content, teaching strategies, materials, organizing approaches and curricula for teaching social studies at the middle school level (fourth through eighth grades). Students will be required to complete a field experience component, documented by a journal. *Corequisites: ED 326, ED 336 and ED 346. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39485ED 399 - -ED - -ATHESIS PREPARATIONStaff NCancelled0/02.00

THESIS PREPARATION


2.00 credits. This course focuses on the various stages of the research process and writing Chapters 1, 2 and 3 of the thesis. Students identify a research question for investigation, establish the validity of pursuing the topic of research, complete a literature review associated with their research topic, and evaluate quantitative and qualitative methods utilized when conducting studies. This course provides foundational knowledge and competencies for students who wish to complete Honors in Education during the senior year. Formal acceptance into the Education Program is required. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39486ED 470 - -ED - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ERLY CHLDHaley-Mize LOpen22/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ERLY CHLD


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39487ED 470 - -ED - -BPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/MDDLEHaley-Mize LOpen24/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/MDDLE


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39772ED 470 - -ED - -CPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ENGLISHHaley-Mize LOpen33/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ENGLISH


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39488ED 470 - -ED - -EPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SCIENCEHaley-Mize LOpen35/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SCIENCE


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39489ED 470 - -ED - -GPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SOCIAL STUHaley-Mize LOpen23/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SOCIAL STU


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39490ED 470 - -ED - -HPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ARTHaley-Mize LOpen24/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ART


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Course Fees. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39491ED 495 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOODFrick JOpen13/15M (05:00pm-08:30pm) EC RMTE4.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, and special education issues in early childhood. (PK-4th grade). Particular emphasis will be given to the laws, procedures, and codes of conduct that guide practice, collaboration with diverse families, advocacy for the rights of children and their families, and support for the transition of children to new educational settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39492ED 496 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR ELEMENTARY/ MIDDLE LEVELFrick JOpen15/15M (05:00pm-08:30pm) EC RMTE4.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR ELEMENTARY/ MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course serves as an issues seminar for pre-service teachers, engaging them in active discussion of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, and special education issues in middle school settings (fourth through eighth grades). Particular emphasis will be given to the laws, procedures, and codes of conduct that guide practice, collaboration with diverse families, advocacy for the rights of early adolescent and adolescent students and their families, and support for the transition of adolescents to new educational settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39493ED 497 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR SECONDARY EDUCATIONFrick JOpen12/15M (05:00pm-08:30pm) EC RMTE4.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. This course serves as an issues seminar for pre-service teachers, engaging them in active discussion of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, (urban, rural and suburban environments), advocacy for student rights, the transition of adolescents to new educational settings and special education issues in secondary school settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39495MCI510 - -ED - -ACURRICULUM AND PUBLIC POLICYStaff NCancelled0/03.00

CURRICULUM AND PUBLIC POLICY


3.00 credits. This course examines the current educational policy debates, both in the United States and abroad, with focus upon governance, the purposes of schooling, models of curriculum reform, and teacher preparation. Students will be required to apply what they learn as they analyze real-life case scenarios. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39496MCI520 - -ED - -APEDAGOGY, MODELS, AND METHODS OF INSTRUCTION FOR EFFECTIVE SCHOOLSStaff NCancelled0/03.00

PEDAGOGY, MODELS, AND METHODS OF INSTRUCTION FOR EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS


3.00 credits. This course explores best practices in pedagogy and the correlates for the creation of effective schools across the PK-12 continuum. It emphasizes the epistemologies and strategies associated with instructional models and curricula of peace education across the globe, including intercultural, multicultural, and integrative programs. Students will be required to apply what they learn as they analyze real-life case scenarios. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39497MCI555 - -ED - -ACLASSROOM AND SCHOOL CLIMATEStaff NCancelled0/03.00

CLASSROOM AND SCHOOL CLIMATE


3.00 credits. This course examines the dynamics of power – as it is contextualized in the PK-12 school and classroom – and the implications for student performance, regulation, and achievement. The discussion will revolve around practices that create a school culture that empowers educators and students to critically evaluate and seek to improve traditional educational cultures through the workings of a “culture” including routines, rituals, myths, lore, and values. *Prerequisite(s): Completion of all foundational courses. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (100% Online)
39498MCI560 - -ED - -ACONFLICT RESOLUTIONStaff NCancelled0/03.00

CONFLICT RESOLUTION


3.00 credits. This course explores the theory, process and principles of conflict resolution and examines the methods, curriculum, and peace programs used in schools to manage conflict constructively. Students will have the opportunity to apply course concepts through reflection on personal conflict style, case study, and research. *Prerequisite(s): Completion of all foundational courses. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (100% Online)
39898MED510 - -ED - -AINTRODUCTION TO STEM AND STEM EDUCATIONBateman KOpen18/203.00

INTRODUCTION TO STEM AND STEM EDUCATION


3.00 credits. This course will focus on the historical development of STEM as an integrated educational paradigm and its impact on our current educational system. Trends and issues in the current STEM movement, STEM schools, STEM educational policy, and past, integrated curricular movements, such as STS and STSE, will all be discussed in the course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39899MED520 - -ED - -ASTEM CURRICULUM, PEDAGOGY, AND ASSESSMENTBateman KOpen17/203.00

STEM CURRICULUM, PEDAGOGY, AND ASSESSMENT


3.00 credits. This course will focus on the interrelationship between STEM curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. STEM curriculum documents such as state and national standards, alternative STEM pedagogies, and a range of appropriate assessment strategies will be examined in the course




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39499MSE512 - -ED - -ALEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (SED 212)Cieslinski CClosed24/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (SED 212)


4.00 credits. A study of the scientific principles and best practices for creating and sustaining an optimal learning environment and positive social interaction for diverse learners in an inclusive classroom setting. Emphasis is on analyzing factors that influence academic and social behavior, adapting the physical environment, implementing an equitable classroom management system, maintaining a respectful climate, teaching social skills, and implementing positive behavioral supports. *Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
39501MSE522 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)Tyminski COpen28/28TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)


4.00 credits. This course is an introduction to philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of Special Education and inclusive education principles and practices. The history, etiology, characteristics, and accommodations for students with special needs in the classroom setting will be examined. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Education Program required. *Corequisite: MSE 522L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39503MSE522 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222L)Tyminski COpen28/280.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 522. *Corequisite: MSE 522. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39505MSE533 - -ED - -AASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 333)Haley-Mize LOpen4/11TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1294.00

ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 333)


4.00 credits. This course provides an overview of assessment as a tool to guide various types of decisions in the educational setting. The primary focus is on use of informal and formal assessment to craft instruction that is responsive to individual learners. The course also includes information on how to use data to make eligibility and placement decisions while highlighting best practice to ensure that these decisions are well informed and in the best interest of the learner. Specific topics include legislation, trends, and issues in assessment practices; different types of tests and their appropriate administration, scoring, and interpretation; use of descriptive statistics to describe and interpret data sets; reliability and validity considerations in designing, administering, and reporting; and assessment of young children and behavior. *Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39507MSE542 - -ED - -AEFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBD (SED 342)Haley-Mize LOpen17/24W (05:00pm-08:30pm) N 1044.00

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBD (SED 342)


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare teachers to support the participation and education of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EBD) in the PK-12 setting. Emphasis is on the diagnostic criteria, methods of identification, and best practices in intervention and support according to current research. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisites: MSE 544, MSE 565, and MSE 542L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39509MSE544 - -ED - -AINTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (SED 344)Cieslinski COpen17/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1294.00

INTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (SED 344)


4.00 credits.This course provides substantive, research-based instruction that effectively prepares future teachers to assess and provide interventions to students who are struggling in the reading, writing, and mathematics content areas. An emphasis will be placed on determining differences between typical and problematic performance in each of the areas and modifying instructional methods, providing strategy instruction, and monitoring progress in each area. A clinical field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): MSE 224 and acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 542, MSE 565, and MSE 544L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39511MSE565 - -ED - -AISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATIONTyminski COpen21/28TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1064.00

ISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION


4.00 credits.Working with a faculty mentor, this is a self-directed and self-constructed course for those specializing in PK-8 or 7-12 certifications. Graduate candidates select specific topics to explore that are particularly germane to their certificate levels and companion competencies. *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisites: MSE 542 and MSE 544. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39500SED212 - -ED - -ALEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512)Cieslinski CClosed0/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) YC 06004.00

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512)


4.00 credits. A study of the scientific principles and best practices for creating and sustaining an optimal learning environment and positive social interaction for diverse learners in an inclusive classroom setting. Emphasis is on analyzing factors that influence academic and social behavior, adapting the physical environment, implementing an equitable classroom management system, maintaining a respectful climate, teaching social skills, and implementing positive behavioral supports. *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
39502SED222 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 522)Tyminski COpen6/28TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 522)


4.00 credits. This course is an introduction to philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of Special Education and inclusive education principles and practices. The history, etiology, characteristics and accommodations for students with special needs in the classroom setting will be examined. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151. *Corequisite: SED 222L.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39504SED222 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (MSE 522L)Tyminski COpen6/280.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (MSE 522L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany SED 222. *Corequisite: SED 222.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39506SED333 - -ED - -AASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 533)Haley-Mize LOpen12/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1294.00

ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 533)


4.00 credits. This course provides an overview of assessment as a tool to guide various types of decisions in the educational setting. The primary focus is on use of informal and formal assessment to craft instruction that is responsive to individual learners. The course also includes information on how to use data to make eligibility and placement decisions while highlighting best practice to ensure that these decisions are well informed and in the best interest of the learner. Specific topics include legislation, trends, and issues in assessment practices; different types of tests and their appropriate administration, scoring, and interpretation; use of descriptive statistics to describe and interpret data sets; reliability and validity considerations in designing, administering, and reporting; and assessment of young children and behavior. *Prerequisites: Formal Acceptance into the Education Program is required. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39508SED342 - -ED - -AEFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBD (MSE 542)Haley-Mize LOpen12/24W (05:00pm-08:30pm) N 1044.00

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBD (MSE 542)


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare teachers to support the participation and education of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EBD) in the PK-12 setting. Emphasis is on the diagnostic criteria, methods of identification, and best practices in intervention and support according to current research. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Education Program is required. *Corequisites: SED 344 and SED 342L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39510SED344 - -ED - -AINTENSIVE READING, WRITING AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (MSE 544)Cieslinski COpen12/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1294.00

INTENSIVE READING, WRITING AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (MSE 544)


4.00 credits. This course provides substantive, research-based instruction that effectively prepares future teachers to assess and provide interventions to students who are struggling in the reading, writing, and mathematics content areas. An emphasis will be placed on determining differences between typical and problematic performance in each of the areas and modifying instructional methods, providing strategy instruction, and monitoring progress in each area. Field experience is required. which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite(s): SED 224 Formal acceptance into the Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): SED 342 and SED 344L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39793TIC500 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TRAUMACoyle HOpen6/203.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TRAUMA


3.00 credits. This course focuses on the definition of trauma, types of trauma, trauma prevalence rates within specific populations, and factors that contribute to and buffer against the development of traumatic stress reaction (TSR). Additionally, signs of secondary traumatic stress experienced by professionals working with children exposed to trauma and self-care strategies are provided. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39794TIC510 - -ED - -ASUSTAINING TRAUMA-SENSITIVE SYSTEMSCoyle HOpen4/203.00

SUSTAINING TRAUMA-SENSITIVE SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. This course examines the rationale for developing trauma-sensitive systems that serve children and families, and the guiding principles, policies, practices and capacity to initiate, create and sustain school and organization systems that are responsive to the needs of children exposed to trauma. Students develop an action plan to advocate for increased cultural sensitivity in their work settings. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN
39418EN 100 - -1PLE-C-APLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEKantz SClosed0/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2284.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39419EN 100 - -1PLE-C-BPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEWebster Roberson SClosed0/18WF (09:30am-10:50am) LC PERF4.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39420EN 100 - -1PLE-C-CPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen5/18TH (06:00pm-07:20pm) N 2284.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39421EN 100 - -1PLE-C-DPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen2/18MW (06:00pm-07:20pm) N 2024.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39422EN 100 - -1PLE-C-EPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEBiever-Grodzinski SOpen1/18MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2104.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39423EN 100 - -1PLE-C-FPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEAdams KClosed0/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39424EN 100 - -1PLE-C-GPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEMoore TClosed0/18WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2104.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39877EN 100 - -1PLE-C-IPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEBiever-Grodzinski SClosed0/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2284.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39878EN 100 - -1PLE-C-JPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEKantz SClosed0/18TH (03:30pm-04:50pm) N 2284.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39425EN 150 - -1PLE-C-APLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen2/5TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course designed to explore the writing process and the history of the English language, its past and present uses and powers. Students write, read and speak about a variety of aspects of the history and power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39879EN 180 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITINGSmith CClosed0/18MF (03:30pm-04:50pm) ST 1144.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This course encourages students’ creative self-expression and develops their understanding and appreciation of the three principal genres of fiction, drama, and poetry. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39427EN 220 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRITLIT: ROMANCE AND WAR IN EARLY ENGLANDMartin LOpen3/20MF (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

WCH BRITLIT: ROMANCE AND WAR IN EARLY ENGLAND


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A study of the literature and culture of Britain before 1800, with emphasis on the ways the poetry, prose, and drama convey the world views, gender roles, and politics of this important era. Each section of the course focuses on works from a different period: 1) Medieval Literature--Romance and War; 2) The Renaissance Woman—and Man; and 3) 18th Century Wit and Wisdom. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (100% Online)
39428EN 230 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRITLIT: MODERN LIT - WORLD WARS, DIVERSE VOICESAdams KClosed0/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

WCH BRITLIT: MODERN LIT - WORLD WARS, DIVERSE VOICES


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An examination of the prose, poetry, and drama of Britain and the Commonwealth after 1800, with attention to literary forms, the visual arts, biography, politics, class, and gender. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Romanticism—Nature and Revolution; 2) Victorian Literature--Gender, Ambition, Transgression; and 3) Modern Literature and the World Wars. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (100% Online)
39429EN 240 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE ROMANTIC REVOLUTIONSkillen MOpen1/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2304.00

WCH AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE ROMANTIC REVOLUTION


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A study of the literature and culture of America from the beginnings to modern times. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Revolution to Civil War; 2) Realism--Gender, Race, and Money; and 3) Modernism--The World Turned Upside Down. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN 240 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE ROMANTIC REVOLUTIONMW (09:30am-10:50am) EC HYBR
39430EN 281 - -3CE -C-ACE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYWaters JClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2104.00

CE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Students will analyze classic short stories using the language and concepts of literary criticism through, discussion, oral presentation, and a major research paper. Emulating classic literary models, they will write original short stories, revising according to detailed critiques by their peers and the instructor. *Prerequisite: Power of Language requirement. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN 281 - -3CE -C-ACE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY
39431EN 281 - -3CE -C-BCE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYWaters JOpen1/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 1104.00

CE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Students will analyze classic short stories using the language and concepts of literary criticism through, discussion, oral presentation, and a major research paper. Emulating classic literary models, they will write original short stories, revising according to detailed critiques by their peers and the instructor. *Prerequisite: Power of Language requirement. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN 281 - -3CE -C-BCE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY
39432EN 282 - -EN - -ATECHNICAL WRITINGMoore TOpen7/16WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2034.00

TECHNICAL WRITING


4.00 credits. A course emphasizing clarity and precision in writing and including instruction in oral and graphic presentation of technical and scientific information. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185. Signature Learning Experience: Community Based Learning. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39113EN 283 - -EN - -ALEGAL WRITINGTelleen MOpen6/16MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1014.00

LEGAL WRITING


4.00 credits. A survey of the types of writing common in government, politics and law. Students practice basic legal analysis, statistical analysis, persuasion and more advanced forms of legal writing, such as the appellate brief. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185. Register by Instructor. Alternate fall semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39442EN 288 - -3CE -C-ACE YOUNG ADULT LITERATUREMoore TClosed0/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2324.00

CE YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) A study of the development and current popular status of literature for young adults, with an emphasis on themes of radicalism, trauma, and identity, among others. The course will examine modern forms represented in young adult literature, including fantasy, the realistic novel, science fiction, and the graphic novel. We will examine and create works relevant to the current YA market. *Prerequisite: EN 100 or EN 150. *A Guided Writing and Research Course. Spring semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN 288 - -3CE -C-ACE YOUNG ADULT LITERATURETH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC HYBR
39435EN 302 - -EN - -ATHE ENGLISH LANGUAGEMartin LOpen11/16MF (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. This course considers the transformation of the English language from its formation in Anglo-Saxon England through modern times. Using cultural, political, historical, literary, and linguistic analyses, students will follow changes in vocabulary and syntax from Beowulf through Shakespeare and on to the many varieties of English spoken around the globe today. Alternate years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39436EN 306 - -EN - -AMETHODS SEMINAR IN TEACHING LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITIONSkillen MOpen17/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2064.00

METHODS SEMINAR IN TEACHING LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION


4.00 credits. The teaching of English grammar and usage with reference to teaching composition at the secondary school level and practical application of various methodologies through teaching internships in the classroom and/or the Learning Center. *Must be completed prior to the professional semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39437EN 315 - -EN - -APOETRYWebster Roberson SOpen9/18WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2014.00

POETRY


4.00 credits. A study of particular poetic genres and forms and leading practitioners. The cover may cover the Metaphysical poetry of Donne and Herbert, the eighteenth-century lyric, or modern poetry by Frost, Hall, Olds, Kinnell, Collins, and Kooser. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39440EN 430 - -EN - -ABRITISH AUTHORS: AUSTEN, ALCOTT, MORRISON, WINTERSON--BOOK & FILMAdams KOpen7/15TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

BRITISH AUTHORS: AUSTEN, ALCOTT, MORRISON, WINTERSON--BOOK & FILM


4.00 credits. A seminar focused on the writings of one or more British authors active after 1800, such as Wordsworth and Coleridge, Byron and Shelley, Austen (book and film), or the Brontes. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39705EN 460 - -EN - -AFROM MURASAKI TO MURAKAMI (JA 460)Bhattacharya MOpen21/24W (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2104.00

FROM MURASAKI TO MURAKAMI (JA 460)


4.00 credits. This course will introduce students to Japanese literature from the classical period to the modern, in a variety of genres, starting from the oral traditions of myth and poetry of Kojiki and Manyoshu, the great masterpieces of classical Japanese prose depicted in the Genji Monogatari, plays from the feudal period, Heike Monogatari and Sonezaki Shinjuu, early modern novels such as Kokoro and Hakai, and contemporary fiction and personal histories that have gained critical acclaim and popular success, such as Masks, Kitchen, Norwegian, Wood, and Black Rain, among others. Students will not only learn to understand the historical contexts of these works in terms of genre, intent, audience, themes, aesthetics, gender relations, religion and spirituality, but will also engage with literary theories that undergird our understanding of literary production and appreciation. Students will also learn how to apply that understanding in their own writing in the form of research papers and short reflective reaction papers.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39951EN 474 - -EN - -AINTERNSHIP IN ENGLISHDolson EOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. Internships provide students with practical workplace experience at a newspaper office, magazine publisher, public relations firm, or other venue for professional writing. A maximum of twelve credit hours from English 470-474 may count as English electives. Additional credits count as free electives. Graded Pass/No Pass. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39746EN 490 - -EN - -ADIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IMartin LOpen14/16By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: Senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39848EN 490 - -EN - -BDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH ISkillen MOpen16/16By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: Senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39849EN 490 - -EN - -CDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IDolson EOpen14/16By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: Senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39850EN 490 - -EN - -DDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IWebster Roberson SOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: Senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39851EN 490 - -EN - -EDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IRohrkemper JOpen15/16By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: Senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39443HEN100 - -1PLE-H-AHNR PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDolson EClosed0/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

HNR PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (100% Online)
39444HEN100 - -1PLE-H-BHNR PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDolson EOpen2/154.00

HNR PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39445HEN150 - -1PLE-H-AHNR PLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen3/10TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

HNR PLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course designed to explore the writing process and the history of the English language, its past and present uses and powers. Students write, read and speak about a variety of aspects of the history and power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (100% Online)
39689HEN180 - -3CE -H-AHNR CE INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITINGSmith COpen2/15WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2014.00

HNR CE INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This course encourages students' creative self-expression and develops their understanding and appreciation of the three principal genres of fiction, drama, and poetry. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
HEN180 - -3CE -H-AHNR CE INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITINGWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) LC PERF
39439LAT111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY LATIN IBesse JClosed0/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) MA 22034.00

PLO ELEMENTARY LATIN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) This class is designed to introduce students to the Latin language and the cultural/ historical contexts in which the language was used. Through a study of the history, philosophy, religion, literature of ancient Rome and Greece, students will learn to make culturally informed translations of Latin into English. Acquisition of Latin vocabulary and grammatical concepts will enhance English vocabulary and grammar. Class sessions will include introductions to and discussions of grammatical concepts, reading practice, review of homework assignments, and discussion of cultural nuances. Because the course is designed to develop an ability to read Latin, quizzes and exams will emphasize translation from Latin into English. Some homework exercises will also ask students to translate English into Latin. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39441TH 240 - -FP - -APLAYWRITINGRohrkemper JOpen10/16T (06:30pm-09:15pm) EC RMTE3.00

PLAYWRITING


3.00 credits. The study of the tools and techniques of creative writing for the theatre. Students will develop scripts that may receive staged readings or short play festival productions. Register by Instructor. Alternate fall semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
ET
39015CP 130 - -ET - -APROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALSMacKenzie TOpen11/20T (02:00pm-02:50pm) N 2041.00

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALS


1.00 credit. This course is designed to assist juniors or seniors with professional skill development such as resumes, cover letters, networking, interviewing and searching for a job or internship. This course will give students the opportunity to reflect on where they are headed post-graduation, and how to proactively connect to the next steps in their desired plan. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39016CP 140 - -ET - -AMAPPING CAREER GOALS AND JOB SHADOWStaff NCancelled0/01.00

MAPPING CAREER GOALS AND JOB SHADOW


1.00 credit. This interactive course will provide time for in-class activities including career research, career related inventories, and discussion groups. Students will self-reflect about primary career paths of interest and experiential goals relevant to preparing for life after college. Students will develop networking skills and participate in a job shadow experience or a career relationship building opportunity. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39863ISS101 - -ET - -ASEMINAR FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUCCESSEisenhauer JOpen14/16TH (03:30pm-04:20pm) H 1141.00

SEMINAR FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUCCESS


1.00 credit. This seminar is a requirement for all new international students during their first semester of study at Elizabethtown College. Students are registered for the seminar, which meets twice a week for the first six weeks of the semester and is structured around the following goals: to introduce new international students to the facilities, services and resources available at Elizabethtown College and in and around Lancaster County (i.e., PennDot, Social Security, etc.); to suggest strategies for understanding and adapting to undergraduate studies at Elizabethtown College; to encourage new international students to share their own culture with classmates and others while learning about U.S. and Elizabethtown College culture, values, customs, traditions and expectations; to create a community that is conducive to sharing new experiences and discoveries as well as raising questions, problems and concerns that may not be addressed elsewhere on campus. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
FP
39346ART105 - -3CE -C-ACE DRAWING IBye JClosed0/19MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
ART105 - -3CE -C-ACE DRAWING IMW (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC HYBR
39347ART105 - -3CE -C-BCE DRAWING IBurns DClosed0/18MW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
ART105 - -3CE -C-BCE DRAWING IMW (06:00pm-08:00pm) EC HYBR
39349ART106 - -3CE -C-ACE CERAMICS IFriedly MOpen5/15MW (12:30pm-02:30pm) ST 1114.00

CE CERAMICS I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Introduction to ceramic design and history, with emphasis on fundamental construction, decorating, glazing and firing techniques, and operation of the machinery of the medium.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
ART106 - -3CE -C-ACE CERAMICS IMW (12:30pm-02:30pm) EC HYBR
39350ART120 - -3CE -C-ACE SCULPTURE IFriedly MClosed0/10MW (03:30pm-05:30pm) ST 1124.00

CE SCULPTURE I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An exploration in the three-dimensional medium of traditional and contemporary ideas, basic problems in design, and instruction in the use of the sculptor's materials and techniques.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39099ART145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)Hughes KClosed9/16TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 2084.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 210
39706ART145 - -3CE -C-BCE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)Hughes KClosed8/16TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 2084.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART145 - -3CE -C-BCE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 210
39351ART155 - -4WCH-C-AWCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART IRicci PClosed0/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) LC MUS4.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART I


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A survey of the architecture, painting and sculpture of Western civilization from pre-history through the 14th century, including the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, the Ancient Near East, Egypt, Ancient Greece and Rome, and the Middle Ages. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39353ART205 - -FP - -APAINTING IBye JClosed0/8MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 1094.00

PAINTING I


4.00 credits. Studio easel painting in opaque media, with stress on pictorial organization and application of color theories. *Prerequisite: ART 105. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 100.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART205 - -FP - -APAINTING IMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC HYBR
39362ART206 - -FP - -ACERAMICS IIFriedly MClosed0/2MW (12:30pm-02:30pm) ST 1114.00

CERAMICS II


4.00 credits. An intermediate-level course with emphasis on developing and refining studio techniques and integration of form and idea. *Prerequisite: ART 106. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39354ART207 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGNEberly LClosed0/14MW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 2084.00

INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN


4.00 credits. An introductory studio/lecture course designed to increase visual literacy and vocabulary, to develop design skills and present the creative possibilities of the computer as an art making and editing tool. Historical, conceptual, technical and contemporary issues of digital imaging are explored. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART207 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGNMW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 210
39355ART305 - -FP - -APAINTING IIBurns DClosed0/3MW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 1084.00

PAINTING II


4.00 credits. An intermediate-level course with emphasis on developing and refining technique and concept. A continuation of the formal issues surrounding color and composition presented in Art 205. *Prerequisite: ART 204 or ART 205. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39363ART310 - -FP - -AART EDUCATION METHODOLOGIES & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT - ELEMENTARYBurns DOpen2/10By Arrangement4.00

ART EDUCATION METHODOLOGIES & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT - ELEMENTARY


4.00 credits. This course prepares Art Certification candidates to develop a visual arts curriculum for kindergarten through sixth grade that meets Pennsylvania Standards for the Arts & Humanities. Child-centered, society-centered and discipline-based theories of art education will be discussed in the elementary school context. Students write age-appropriate lesson plans and test their effectiveness in a classroom under the supervision of a certified art teacher. They learn to manage a sage instructional environment conducive to learning for a diverse population of students, including those with special needs. *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151, and SED 222; and formal acceptance into the Art Education program. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39356ART320 - -FP - -ASCULPTURE IIFriedly MClosed0/2By Arrangement4.00

SCULPTURE II


4.00 credits. A continuation of Art 120 with further exploration of possible three-dimensional mediums and development of the methods used for traditional, modern and contemporary sculpture. *Prerequisite: ART 120. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39357ART325 - -FP - -ADESIGNING FOR THE WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIAWeikel DOpen1/18F (09:30am-12:20pm) ST 2104.00

DESIGNING FOR THE WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIA


4.00 credits. "Designing for the Web and Social Media" will teach students how to create websites in Illustrator and PhotoShop for a client. The course focuses on the design aspects and business issues entailed in creating a website, while teaching students how to work with and understand a web developer. Students also learn the basics of coding and how social media impacts the digital landscape. *Prerequisite(s): ART 207 or permission of the instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART325 - -FP - -ADESIGNING FOR THE WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIAF (09:30am-12:20pm) ST 208
39683ART340 - -FP - -AMODERNISMRicci POpen17/25TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1144.00

MODERNISM


4.00 credits. A history of the Modernist movement in painting, sculpture, architecture, design and film from 1870 to 1945. The course traces the revolutionary theories of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Expressionism, Cubism, Dada, Surrealism, Futurism and Suprematism. *Prerequisite(s): ART 155 or ART 157, or permission of the instructor. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39926ART400 - -FP - -AHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINERicci POpen13/14By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. Art majors of superior ability are invited to create a project or research paper in consultation with the student's faculty mentor. Work for ART 400 cannot be combined with any other course except ART 491 Student Exhibition, spring of the senior year. Students are encouraged to present their HID research papers at SCAD in the spring. *Prerequisite(s): GPA of 3.5 or greater in their major concentration (Studio, Art Education, or Art History) by the end of the fall semester of the junior year. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 4.00 credits. By invitation only. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39740ART401 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICSFriedly MOpen11/14T (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 1014.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICS


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. This course is repeatable for up to three semesters. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART401 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICST (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 111
ART401 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICST (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 112
39729ART402 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN DRAWINGCancelled0/04.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN DRAWING


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. This course is repeatable for up to three semesters. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39359ART403 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN PAINTINGBye JOpen1/1MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 1094.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN PAINTING


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. This course is repeatable for up to three semesters. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39360ART405 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTUREFriedly MClosed0/2T (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 1014.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTURE


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. This course is repeatable for credit for up to three semesters. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART405 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTURET (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 111
ART405 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTURET (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 112
39919ART470 - -FP - -AINTERNSHIP IN FINE ARTSRicci POpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN FINE ARTS


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. An internship experience for students in one of the Fine Arts majors or minors, as recommended by the Department. A maximum of four credit hours from Art 470-474 may count as art electives. Additional credits count as free electives. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39361ART497 - -FP - -ASENIOR SEMINARFriedly MOpen1/5T (09:30am-10:50am) W 2042.00

SENIOR SEMINAR


2.00 credits. A capstone course required for Fine Arts majors that provides opportunities for advanced research and development in studio and gallery/museum related work. The course builds and enhances the resumé and introduces the practical functions, operations and workings for a career in art. *Prerequisite(s): Senior status (Studio and Art History tracks) or permission of the instructor. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39023DA 101 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCEPontz KOpen10/20MW (08:30am-09:20am) BSC STD2.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to modern dance techniques and aesthetics requiring athletic, creative and cognitive participation. Course work includes physical conditioning techniques, interpretive/creative movement experiences, and modern dance technique basics. Reading, discussion, writing and viewing contemporary dance facilitate an overall appreciation of dance as an art form.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39024DA 102 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO BALLETPontz KOpen11/20MW (10:00am-10:50am) BSC STD2.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO BALLET


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) A basic introduction to ballet technique, including bar, center floor and traveling combinations. Class includes development of anatomically correct alignment and dance technique, dance conditioning, spatial clarity, coordination, rhythm, use of weight, time and space. Class work will include readings, discussions, viewing of dance films, short writing assignments and performances of rehearsed dance sequences. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39025DA 203 - -3CE -C-ACE JAZZ DANCE IIPontz KOpen15/20MW (12:30pm-01:20pm) BSC STD2.00

CE JAZZ DANCE II


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Jazz dance techniques emphasizing a range of styles, incorporating African, swing, classical show jazz, and hip-hop. The emphasis is on interpretation and performance of these styles on a more complex level. Course work includes jazz warm-ups, classic technique/terminology as it applies to jazz, floor work, conditioning for jazz dance and performance of dance combinations center and across the floor. Class also includes reading, discussions, viewing and writing about jazz dance. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39716MME512 - -FP - -ACURRICULUM, ASSESSMENT, AND MEASUREMENTSempsey LOpen17/243.00

CURRICULUM, ASSESSMENT, AND MEASUREMENT


3.00 credits. This course explores issues of curriculum, assessment, and measurement as well as quantitative and qualitative inquiry within education settings. In an examination of measurement instruments within music education and peacebuilding, students will identify and explore the impact of reliability and validity within measurement. Students will identify the impact of different measures as means of assessing changes in interdependence, altruism, relationship, and musical learning. *Prerequisites: MME 501. Offered every other year.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39521MU 100 - -FP - -AREPERTOIRE CLASSBomberger EOpen16/55M (03:30pm-04:20pm) LC MUS0.00

REPERTOIRE CLASS


0.00 credit. This class provides performance opportunities for students in applied music. It meets for one hour each week and is required for all music majors and minors who are enrolled in applied music instruction. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39522MU 100 - -FP - -BREPERTOIRE CLASSBomberger EOpen10/25MF (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.00

REPERTOIRE CLASS


0.00 credit. This class provides performance opportunities for students in applied music. It meets for one hour each week and is required for all music majors and minors who are enrolled in applied music instruction. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39523MU 101 - -FP - -ATHEORY IHaines JOpen3/24TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) Z 2042.00

THEORY I


2.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to fundamental constructs and notational practices of music theory including clefs, meter signatures, scales/modes, key signatures, intervals, triads, and diatonic voice leading in two and four parts. *Corequisite: MU 103. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39524MU 103 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IHaines JOpen1/10MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 2051.00

AURAL SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Music reading and ear training according to the Kodaly concept using syllables based on moveable "Do," kinesthetically reinforced by hand signs. Study and drill in rhythm will include the use of the basic beat patterns. Linear dictation including rhythmic elements. Aural skills related to theoretical analytical materials covered in MU 101. *Corequisite: MU 101. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39525MU 103 - -FP - -BAURAL SKILLS IHaines JOpen3/15MW (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 2051.00

AURAL SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Music reading and ear training according to the Kodaly concept using syllables based on moveable "Do," kinesthetically reinforced by hand signs. Study and drill in rhythm will include the use of the basic beat patterns. Linear dictation including rhythmic elements. Aural skills related to theoretical analytical materials covered in MU 101. *Corequisite: MU 101. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39526MU 111 - -FP - -AVOICE CLASSBomberger TOpen13/15TH (11:00am-11:50am) Z 2051.00

VOICE CLASS


1.00 credit. The fundamentals of breath control, tone production, and development of vocal technique. *Open to all students. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39603MU 115 - -3CE -C-ACE FUNDAMENTALS AT THE KEYBOARDBadgerow JOpen2/10TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 1254.00

CE FUNDAMENTALS AT THE KEYBOARD


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Basic skills in producing and reading music at the keyboard with attention to ear training, basic keyboard technique, and musicianship, as well as to sight reading. The Department’s digital piano laboratory is utilized. Daily practice is required. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39527MU 117 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IBadgerow JOpen1/10MW (08:30am-09:20am) Z 1251.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Basic piano skills. Required of all music majors whose first applied instrument is not piano. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. *Prerequisite: music major. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39528MU 117 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IBadgerow JOpen3/10MW (09:30am-10:20am) Z 1251.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Basic piano skills. Required of all music majors whose first applied instrument is not piano. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. *Prerequisite: music major. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39529MU 119 - -FP - -AGUITAR CLASS ICullen DOpen13/15M (11:00am-12:20pm) Z 2041.00

GUITAR CLASS I


1.00 credit. An introductory course emphasizing studies in basic chords and note reading. Course also surveys various guitar styles, the performers, music and types of guitars. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39530MU 150 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL SEMINARBehrens GOpen10/40W (03:30pm-04:20pm) EC RMTE1.00

PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR


1.00 credit. A weekly seminar for Music Therapy majors. Guest speakers, faculty and students present topics of mutual interest, including areas such as family, art, and dance/movement therapy; family support groups; student voice skills and voice work with individuals who have disabilities; multi-cultural counseling; and trauma therapy. Students also gain experience with structured and improvisational movement, application of music skills, career development, and professional service. *Required of Music Therapy majors each semester. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning (required hours spans two semester). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39531MU 151 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPYFrantz EOpen4/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) Z 2052.00

INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY


2.00 credits. An introduction to the field of music therapy. Topics include theoretical, historical and sociological rationale supporting the field and an overview of basic clinical practice and research methods. Emphasis is on a broad knowledge of the field resulting in a generalized understanding of the current state of practice and research. Clinical observation and in-class simulations are included with emphasis given to two populations as the semester progresses. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 1. *Prerequisite: Music major, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39532MU 201 - -FP - -ATHEORY IIIHaines JOpen18/25MW (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1022.00

THEORY III


2.00 credits. This course is a continuation of MU 102, and focuses on chromatic melodic and harmonic practices of tonal music including applied chords, mode mixture, modulation, and chromatic predominant chords. Formal procedures will be examined including binary, ternary, variation, rondo and sonata. *Prerequisites: MU 102. *Corequisites: MU 203. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39533MU 203 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IIIBadgerow JOpen5/10MW (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Continued emphasis on reading and dictation skills with concentration on modulation and chromaticism using some 20th-century material. C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 104. *Corequisite: MU 201. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39534MU 203 - -FP - -BAURAL SKILLS IIIStaff NCancelled0/01.00

AURAL SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Continued emphasis on reading and dictation skills with concentration on modulation and chromaticism using some 20th-century material. C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 104. *Corequisite: MU 201. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39535MU 205 - -5NCH-C-ANCH WORLD MUSICShorner-Johnson KOpen1/20TH (08:00am-09:15am) H 1104.00

NCH WORLD MUSIC


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The course explores the relationship between culture and music, across the world. The course engages students in an exploration of the role of migration, acculturation, transmission, power, and technology upon music and culture. Students will develop writing and research skills through completed projects and listening analyses. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39536MU 211 - -FP - -AMUSIC HISTORY: 1600-1850Bomberger EOpen2/10MWF (09:30am-10:45am) Z 1024.00

MUSIC HISTORY: 1600-1850


4.00 credits. A broad study of the technical, stylistic and social/historical developments related to Western music and musicians beginning around the year 1600, toward the end of the Renaissance Era, and continuing to the end of the 18th century. *Prerequisite: MU 102 or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39537MU 217 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIIBraun COpen2/10TH (08:00am-08:50am) Z 1251.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Scale harmonizations, modal harmonizations, figured bass realization, and transposition of simple instrumental melodic lines. *Prerequisite: MU 118, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39538MU 217 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIIBraun COpen10/10TH (09:00am-09:50am) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Scale harmonizations, modal harmonizations, figured bass realization, and transposition of simple instrumental melodic lines. *Prerequisite: MU 118, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39539MU 230 - -FP - -AMUSIC TEACHING AND LEARNINGStaff NCancelled0/02.00

MUSIC TEACHING AND LEARNING


2.00 credits. Students discover how children learn music and the role of music learning theory in facilitating that process. The future music educator is also introduced to the process of curriculum development and the assessment of music teaching and learning. Model curricula based on national and state standards are reviewed. Students will develop the ability to assess aptitudes, backgrounds, and orientations of students and subject content and plan lessons that meet assessed needs. Peer teaching and field experiences will be an integral part of the course experience. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39602MU 234 - -FP - -APERCUSSION CLASSSpence JOpen13/20MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 2041.00

PERCUSSION CLASS


1.00 credit. Methods of tone production, care and repair, and methods and materials for teaching snare drum, cymbals, timpani and other percussion instruments. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39540MU 241 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IBehrens GOpen9/15TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 1264.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES I


4.00 credits. The development of music and non-music skills and concepts related to conducting entry-level music therapy sessions. Emphasis is on the development and application of assessment and observation skills, treatment planning and implementation, leadership, documentation and music performance skills in therapeutic settings. Includes lecture and clinical experiences. *Prerequisite: MU 152. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 241 - -FP - -ALEC - MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES ITH (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 116
MU 241 - -FP - -ALAB - MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IM (12:00pm-12:50pm) Z 126
MU 241 - -FP - -ALAB - MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IM (12:00pm-12:50pm) Z 116
39541MU 254 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES I: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen15/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES I: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will achieve entry-level professional, preparation, delivery, and documentation skills related to the practice of music therapy. *Prerequisites: MU 241 and a Pass on the pre-clinical proficiency assignment and Music Therapy majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement and Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39542MU 268 - -3CE -C-ACE VOICEGross AOpen11/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39543MU 268 - -3CE -C-BCE VOICEMekeel AOpen15/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39544MU 268 - -3CE -C-CCE VOICEDrackley POpen14/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39545MU 268 - -3CE -C-DCE VOICEBomberger TOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39865MU 268 - -3CE -C-ECE VOICEFritz MOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39546MU 269 - -3CE -C-ACE PIANOBadgerow JClosed0/10By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39547MU 269 - -3CE -C-BCE PIANOBomberger EOpen1/3By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39548MU 269 - -3CE -C-CCE PIANOBraun COpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39549MU 270 - -3CE -C-ACE ORGANCiucci AOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE ORGAN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39550MU 271 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLINVaughn NOpen17/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VIOLIN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39551MU 272 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLAVaughn NOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VIOLA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39552MU 273 - -3CE -C-ACE CELLOMale SOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE CELLO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39553MU 274 - -3CE -C-ACE STRING BASSHowell DOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE STRING BASS


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39554MU 275 - -3CE -C-ACE GUITARCullen DOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE GUITAR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39555MU 276 - -3CE -C-ACE FLUTENelson POpen19/25By Arrangement1.00

CE FLUTE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39556MU 277 - -3CE -C-ACE CLARINETShiffer FOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE CLARINET


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39557MU 278 - -3CE -C-ACE OBOEFrantz EOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE OBOE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39558MU 279 - -3CE -C-ACE BASSOONFrantz EOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE BASSOON


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39559MU 280 - -3CE -C-ACE SAXOPHONEShiffer FOpen18/25By Arrangement1.00

CE SAXOPHONE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39560MU 281 - -3CE -C-ACE TRUMPETHillard LOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TRUMPET


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39561MU 282 - -3CE -C-ACE FRENCH HORNStaherski COpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE FRENCH HORN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39562MU 283 - -3CE -C-ACE TROMBONEMoore II GOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TROMBONE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39563MU 284 - -3CE -C-ACE EUPHONIUMMoore II GOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE EUPHONIUM


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39564MU 285 - -3CE -C-ACE TUBAMoore II GOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TUBA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39565MU 286 - -3CE -C-ACE PERCUSSIONBehrenshausen BOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PERCUSSION


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39566MU 290 - -FP - -ACOMPOSITIONHaines JOpen2/6By Arrangement1.00

COMPOSITION


1.00 credit. Development of skills in composing. Emphasis on creation of original works for a variety of media with performance as final product. *Prerequisite: MU 101. For enrollment beyond two terms, MU 419 is required. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39605MU 300 - -FP - -AJAZZ IMPROVISATIONSpence JOpen21/24F (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 2041.00

JAZZ IMPROVISATION


1.00 credit. The primary aim of this course is to provide future music educators the basic knowledge and skills needed to achieve success as an instructor/performer of jazz improvisation. Towards this comprehensive purpose, students of this course will engage and demonstrate competency in a series of specific, measurable tasks to learn the melodic and harmonic foundations of jazz improvisation and solo performance. *Prerequisite(s): MU 204.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39567MU 321 - -FP - -ACONDUCTING IFritz MOpen14/25TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) Z 2042.00

CONDUCTING I


2.00 credits. Instruction in the fundamentals of conducting. Topics include conducting techniques, instrumental and choral methods and problems, score reading, and interpretation. *Prerequisites: MU 202 and 212, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39568MU 353 - -FP - -ACLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION IHaines JOpen10/15TH (10:00am-10:50am) Z 1022.00

CLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION I


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course sequence focusing on developing music improvisation and composition skills for use in the practice of music therapy. Basic improvision skills on voice, piano, and guitar will be addressed. Composition tasks will focus on song writing. *Prerequisites: MU 218. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39570MU 355 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES II: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen10/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES II: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population and continue to develop their professional, preparation, delivery, and documentation skills related to the practice of music therapy. *Prerequisites: MU 253 and 254. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement and Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39569MU 356 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES III: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen14/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES III: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population. They will become more independent in the application of music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work. *Prerequisite: MU 355. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement and Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39571MU 357 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IIIFrantz EOpen10/15TH (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1263.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES III


3.00 credits. A study of various philosophies and practices of music therapy as related to the implementation of music therapy within specific clinical populations and preparation for clinical internship. Emphases are on the integration of the knowledge and skills associated with the practice of music therapy, verbal interaction skills, and interviewing for internships. *Prerequisites: MU 253 and 254. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39572MU 360B- -FP - -ACHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II GOpen44/44By Arrangement0.50

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASS


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39573MU 360B- -FP - -BCHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II GOpen44/44By Arrangement0.00

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASS


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39575MU 360C- -FP - -AWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer FOpen29/35By Arrangement0.50

WOODWIND ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39576MU 360C- -FP - -BWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer FOpen32/35By Arrangement0.00

WOODWIND ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39577MU 360E- -FP - -AFLUTE CHOIRStaff NCancelled0/00.50

FLUTE CHOIR


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39578MU 360E- -FP - -BFLUTE CHOIRStaff NCancelled0/00.00

FLUTE CHOIR


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39579MU 360F- -FP - -APERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen BOpen40/44H (06:00pm-07:20pm) Z 2040.50

PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39580MU 360F- -FP - -BPERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen BOpen42/44H (06:00pm-07:20pm) Z 2040.00

PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39581MU 360P- -FP - -APIANO ENSEMBLEBadgerow JOpen2/5H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.50

PIANO ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39582MU 360P- -FP - -BPIANO ENSEMBLEBadgerow JOpen1/5H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.00

PIANO ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39583MU 360S- -FP - -ASTRING ENSEMBLEMale SOpen3/5F (08:00am-09:20am) Z 2050.50

STRING ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39584MU 360S- -FP - -BSTRING ENSEMBLEMale SOpen4/5F (08:00am-09:20am) Z 2050.00

STRING ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39585MU 361 - -3CE -C-ACE CONCERT CHOIRFritz MOpen26/44TH (11:00am-12:20pm) Z 2041.00

CE CONCERT CHOIR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Acceptance based upon auditions by appointment. Several performances on campus each year, and this group performs in churches and schools on its annual tour. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39586MU 361 - -FP - -BCONCERT CHOIRFritz MOpen38/44TH (11:00am-12:20pm) Z 2040.00

CONCERT CHOIR


0.00 credit. Acceptance based upon auditions by appointment. Several performances on campus each year, and this group performs in churches and schools on its annual tour. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39587MU 363 - -3CE -C-ACE COMMUNITY CHORUSFritz MOpen39/72T (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC MUS1.00

CE COMMUNITY CHORUS


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body and local community without audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 363 - -3CE -C-ACE COMMUNITY CHORUST (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC PERF
MU 363 - -3CE -C-ACE COMMUNITY CHORUST (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC M&M
39588MU 363 - -FP - -BCOMMUNITY CHORUSFritz MOpen59/72T (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC MUS0.00

COMMUNITY CHORUS


0.00 credit. Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body and local community without audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 363 - -FP - -BCOMMUNITY CHORUST (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC PERF
MU 363 - -FP - -BCOMMUNITY CHORUST (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC M&M
39589MU 364 - -3CE -C-ACE TREBLE CHOIRGross AOpen24/36W (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC PERF1.00

CE TREBLE CHOIR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body who sings in the treble range (soprano/alto) by audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 364 - -3CE -C-ACE TREBLE CHOIRW (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC MUS
MU 364 - -3CE -C-ACE TREBLE CHOIRW (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC M&M
39590MU 364 - -FP - -BTREBLE CHOIRGross AOpen21/36W (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC PERF0.00

TREBLE CHOIR


0.00 credits. Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body who sings in the treble range (soprano/alto) by audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 364 - -FP - -BTREBLE CHOIRW (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC MUS
MU 364 - -FP - -BTREBLE CHOIRW (06:30pm-08:30pm) LC M&M
39591MU 365 - -3CE -C-ACE ORCHESTRASpence JOpen25/44T (06:00pm-07:30pm) Z 2041.00

CE ORCHESTRA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Presentation of several concerts during the year. String, chamber and full orchestra music is performed. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Prerequisite for winds and percussion: permission of the instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 365 - -3CE -C-ALEC - CE ORCHESTRAH (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 204
39592MU 365 - -FP - -BORCHESTRASpence JOpen39/44T (06:00pm-07:30pm) Z 2040.00

ORCHESTRA


0.00 credit. Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Presentation of several concerts during the year. String, chamber and full orchestra music is performed. *Prerequisite for winds and percussion: permission of the instructor. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 365 - -FP - -BLEC - ORCHESTRAH (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 204
39593MU 368 - -FP - -AJAZZ BANDMoore II GOpen39/44W (07:00pm-09:00pm) Z 2040.50

JAZZ BAND


0.50 credit. The jazz band is open to all qualified students who play instruments which constitute a traditional big band. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the director. The jazz band performs at least one concert per semester on campus and may perform off-campus concerts. This ensemble typically goes on tour with the concert choir in the spring term. The band rehearses once weekly for two hours. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39594MU 368 - -FP - -BJAZZ BANDMoore II GOpen43/44W (07:00pm-09:00pm) Z 2040.00

JAZZ BAND


0.50 credit. The jazz band is open to all qualified students who play instruments which constitute a traditional big band. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the director. The jazz band performs at least one concert per semester on campus and may perform off-campus concerts. This ensemble typically goes on tour with the concert choir in the spring term. The band rehearses once weekly for two hours. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39595MU 369 - -3CE -C-ACE SYMPHONIC BANDSpence JOpen36/60MW (04:30pm-06:00pm) Z 2041.00

CE SYMPHONIC BAND


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Performances include the annual winter and spring concerts and a number of off-campus appearances. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39596MU 369 - -FP - -BSYMPHONIC BANDSpence JOpen24/44MW (04:30pm-06:00pm) Z 2040.00

SYMPHONIC BAND


0.00 credit. Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Performances include the annual winter and spring concerts and a number of off-campus appearances. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39598MU 454 - -FP - -APSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS IIBehrens GOpen8/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) Z 1263.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS II


3.00 credits. A continuation of MU 358. Students will develop a more specific understanding of the concepts involved in conducting, reading and evaluating research in music therapy. Students will apply the concepts to the studies they designed the previous semester while conducting these studies. A few topics related to acoustics and the psychology of music also are included. *Prerequisite: MU 358. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
MU 454 - -FP - -APSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS II
39599MU 457 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IV: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen19/25By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IV: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population. They will further develop their independence in the application of music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work. *Prerequisites: MU 356 and 357. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39600MU 458 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES V: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES V: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population. By the end of this practicum, they will display a level of independence in music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work that demonstrates readiness for the clinical internship. *Prerequisite: MU 457. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39752MU 479 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen24/25By Arrangement0.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC THERAPY


0.00 credit. An approximately six-month, supervised practical experience with a board-certified registered music therapist in an AMTA-approved facility. Total number of clinical training hours must equal 1,200. Taken only after completion of all other Music Therapy degree requirements. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39912MU 490 - -FP - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MUSICBehrens GOpen3/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MUSIC


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An independent research project in music under the close supervision of a faculty member. Topics for research are chosen in an area of interest to both persons. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39601MU 495 - -FP - -ASEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGYBomberger EClosed0/17F (11:00am-12:50pm) N 2282.00

SEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGY


2.00 credits. A capstone course for all Music majors offering experience in the techniques of research about music, including bibliography, analysis of materials, and communication of conclusions. A substantial research project is required. *Prerequisites: junior standing in music; completion of all music courses in basic musicianship: MU 203, 204, 212 and 218. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
HI
39690HHI115 - -4WCH-H-AHNR WCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION IINation ROpen2/18TH (08:00am-09:20am) TH 1054.00

HNR WCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION II


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploration of historical developments that dominated WEstern civilization form 1500 through the present. Emphasis will be placed on the role of politics, economics, culture, religion and ideology in shaping modern society in Europe and the United States.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39514HI 101 - -9HUM-C-AHUM UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877Brown DClosed0/25TH (09:30am-10:45am) LC M&M4.00

HUM UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course traces the foundations of early American history from the Age of Discovery through the Civil War era. Included will be examinations of colonial society, the causes and consequences of the American Revolution, the rise of mass democracy, and the growing sectionalism that tore the nation apart in 1861.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39517HI 209 - -HI - -ANINETEENTH-CENTURY EUROPEBrown DClosed0/14TH (11:00am-12:15pm) N 2024.00

NINETEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE


4.00 credits. This course examines political, economic, social and cultural developments in Europe from 1815 to 1914. Emphasis will be placed on the industrial revolution, conservatism, liberalism, socialism, romanticism, nationalism, imperialism, anti-Semitism, romanticism, realism and modernism.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39519HI 302 - -HI - -AWORLD WAR II IN THE PACIFICNation ROpen10/20T (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2064.00

WORLD WAR II IN THE PACIFIC


4.00 credits. In this course we will trace the history of World War II in the Pacific. We will focus on the years before, during, and after the war, including the war's impact on both military and civilian populations.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39748HI 400 - -HI - -ASENIOR HONORS PROJECTRicci GOpen1/2By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR HONORS PROJECT


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester or semesters (no more than two) in which the research or creative project is initiated and/or completed. The total credit hours for the senior project shall not exceed 4 hours. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39749HI 400 - -HI - -BSENIOR HONORS PROJECTBrown DOpen1/2By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR HONORS PROJECT


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester or semesters (no more than two) in which the research or creative project is initiated and/or completed. The total credit hours for the senior project shall not exceed 4 hours. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39750HI 400 - -HI - -CSENIOR HONORS PROJECTNolt SClosed0/1By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR HONORS PROJECT


Variable (0.00 - 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester or semesters (no more than two) in which the research or creative project is initiated and/or completed. The total credit hours for the senior project shall not exceed 4 hours. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39830HI 400 - -HI - -DSENIOR HONORS PROJECTOzkanca OClosed0/1By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR HONORS PROJECT


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester or semesters (no more than two) in which the research or creative project is initiated and/or completed. The total credit hours for the senior project shall not exceed 4 hours. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39516HI 450 - -HI - -ATOPICS IN HISTORIOGRAPHYBrown DOpen5/14TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2064.00

TOPICS IN HISTORIOGRAPHY


4.00 credits. This course provides each student with the opportunity to think critically about the writing of history. It also allows each student to practice his or her communication skills, both verbally and in writing. Rather than reading simply for content, we will spend much of our time analyzing the various approaches to history. We will attempt to understand the assumptions, biases, and interpretive paradigms that underlie each of these approaches. In short, we will focus not on the “what” of history but on the “why” and “how.” *Prerequisites: History majors during the senior year. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39939HI 471 - -HI - -AINTERNSHIP IN HISTORICAL STUDIESNolt SOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

INTERNSHIP IN HISTORICAL STUDIES


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. This course provides students with applied field instruction in history. Forty hours of on-site work is required for every credit hour granted. In addition to on-site work, students will complete writing assignments designed to promote reflection on the work experience. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
IN
39751INT490 - -INT - -ADIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIESOzkanca OOpen6/10By Arrangement4.00

DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES


Variable (2.00 to 4.00 credits). This course is a capstone seminar designed to integrate previous coursework in the interdisciplinary field of international studies and produce a major research project on a topic related to international studies. It is designed specifically for senior students pursuing the International Studies minor. Each student produces a major research paper and is required to present the results in front of Capstone Directed Research Project Committee, consisting of the Director of the International Studies Minor and a supervising faculty member (if both positions are filled by the same faculty member, then the student is required to invite another faculty member to serve as the reader). *Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of all other requirements of the international studies minor) in their senior year on either fall or spring semester. Therefore, students need to successfully complete PS 245 NCH International Relations, two semesters of modern language at the 200 level or above, and three elective courses approved by the International Studies Minor Program Committee, before they become eligible for enrolling in this course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
IS
39804AS 490 - -AS - -ACAPSTONE DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECTBhattacharya MOpen19/20By Arrangement4.00

CAPSTONE DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT


Variable (1.00 - 4.00) credit(s). Students engage in an advanced level of research under the supervision of an Asian Studies faculty member to produce a thesis or other major research project. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Repeatable for credit for a maximum of 4.00 credits.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39684IC 204 - -10IC-C-ACE/HUM ARTISTIC PEACEBUILDINGStaff NCancelled0/04.00

CE/HUM ARTISTIC PEACEBUILDING


4.00 credits. The conflicts today are intersectional, complex, and interactive. The models and frameworks used to address and 'solve' these problems need to be equally reflective of this reality. Art, be it poetry, literature, theatre, film, music, and/or dance, has the expressive capacity to illuminate these intersectional, complex, and seemingly intractable conflicts. This course proposes to structure an investigation of multiple disciplines through the framework of symbols, processes, and practices of creating peace.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MA
39703MA 120 - -MA - -AFOUNDATIONS FOR CALCULUSMontgomery AOpen5/15MWF (11:00am-12:10pm) E 3704.00

FOUNDATIONS FOR CALCULUS


4.00 credits. Foundations for Calculus includes the study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, along with conic sections, coordinate geometry and sigma notation, emphasizing associated skills and properties. Understanding functions and graphs without, and also with, the use of technology will be emphasized. Students without a recent math course and/or those with little or no background in trigonometry will benefit from this course. Successful completion of MA120 prepares students for MA121. *Prerequisite(s): C or better in Algebra 2




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39323MA 121 - -8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS IBatakci LClosed0/25MWF (11:00am-12:10pm) LC M&M4.00

MA CALCULUS I


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) A thorough introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of the differential and integral calculus of elementary functions, including a study of limits and continuity. Applications to the physical, biological and social sciences are studied in detail. Note: Students who have received four credits for MA 117 receive two credits for this course. *Corequisite: MA 121L. Hours: lecture 4, laboratory 2.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39324MA 121 - -8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS IBatakci LOpen3/30MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) LC M&M4.00

MA CALCULUS I


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) A thorough introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of the differential and integral calculus of elementary functions, including a study of limits and continuity. Applications to the physical, biological and social sciences are studied in detail. Note: Students who have received four credits for MA 117 receive two credits for this course. *Corequisite: MA 121L. Hours: lecture 4, laboratory 2.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39325MA 121 -L-8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYSoltys SOpen4/36F (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE0.00

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39326MA 121 -L-8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYMontgomery AOpen10/35H (02:00pm-03:20pm) BSC TEMP0.00

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39327MA 122 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IIDoytchinov BOpen5/35MWF (08:00am-09:10am) E GAUD4.00

CALCULUS II


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 121 involving the calculus of the trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Analytic geometry in the plane, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences and series are included, and an in-depth study of integration is completed. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 or MA 121R.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39328MA 130 - -MA - -ACREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING ISanchis GOpen10/24TH (09:30am-10:30am) H 2152.00

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING I


2.00 credits. An introduction to mathematical problem solving at the college level. Students are challenged to solve math problems using their own creativity instead of relying upon standard methods and algorithms, and to communicate their solutions clearly and concisely to others. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39329MA 201 - -MA - -ALINEAR ALGEBRADoytchinov BOpen30/34MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 3804.00

LINEAR ALGEBRA


4.00 credits. A presentation of the basic concepts and techniques of linear algebra including vectors, vector spaces, matrices, determinants, systems of linear equations, eigenvectors and linear transformations. Students will be expected to do mathematical proofs. *Prerequisite: MA 122.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
MA 201 - -MA - -ALINEAR ALGEBRAMWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC HYBR
39330MA 205 - -MA - -AMATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERSSoltys SOpen2/24MWF (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS


4.00 credits. A course designed to build understanding of K-8 math concepts. Students are required to explain their reasoning, learn multiple representations of concepts, and create alternative algorithms. Effective Fall 2014, students who have received academic credit for MA 206 are prohibited from registering in MA 205.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (100% Online)
39331MA 222 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IIIThorsen BOpen1/28MWF (11:00am-12:10pm) H 2124.00

CALCULUS III


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 122, that completes the topics of the calculus sequence, including three-dimensional analytic geometry, vectors and vector valued functions, and calculus of functions of several variables. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39332MA 222 - -MA - -BCALCULUS IIIThorsen BOpen18/25MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2324.00

CALCULUS III


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 122, that completes the topics of the calculus sequence, including three-dimensional analytic geometry, vectors and vector valued functions, and calculus of functions of several variables. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122.




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39691MA 235 - -MA - -AINTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFSThorsen BOpen2/18MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2324.00

INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFS


4.00 credits. Topics include logic, sets, functions, relations, mathematical induction, combinatorics and other counting techniques, graphs and trees. Special emphasis will be given to writing correct mathematical proofs. *Prerequisite: MA 122. Spring semester.




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39335MA 251 - -8MA -C-AMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSHughes JOpen3/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) Z 2044.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




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39336MA 251 - -8MA -C-BMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSHughes JOpen1/35MWF (09:30am-10:50am) Z 2044.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




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39337MA 251 - -8MA -C-CMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSigdel SOpen4/35MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) BSC TEMP4.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




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39340MA 251 - -8MA -C-DMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSigdel SOpen1/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) H 2124.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




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39881MA 251 - -8MA -C-EMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSoltys SOpen4/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE4.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39334MA 252 - -MA - -ASTATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCHSigdel SOpen7/17MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2074.00

STATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCH


4.00 credits. A second course in statistics, introducing students to major statistical methods for research in the physical and life sciences, business, economics and the social sciences. Topics include comparison of means, design of experiments and ANOVA, categorical analysis, regression, time series and nonparametric methods. Statistical software is used, and students pursue a research project that requires statistical analysis, culminating in a written research report and an oral presentation. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Spring semester.




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39341MA 262 - -MA - -AFINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELHughes JOpen4/14TH (08:00am-09:00am) E 3702.00

FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCEL


2.00 credits. In this course we will use Excel to study concepts and solve problems from financial mathematics. Topics will include: simple and compound interest, present and future value, discount rate, nominal rate, effective rate, force of interest, annuities, perpetuities, amortized loans, sinking funds, bonds, yield rate, and immunization. Spring semester.




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MA 262 - -MA - -ALAB - FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELTH (08:00am-09:00am) E 368
39342MA 321 - -MA - -ADIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSMcDevitt TOpen18/35MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) TH 1054.00

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS


4.00 credits. A study of analytical and numerical approaches to ordinary differential equations and related topics and applications including complex arithmetic, matrix algebra, Fourier series, Fourier transforms, Laplace transforms, mechanical vibrations, and RLC circuits. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 222 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122. Spring semester.




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39345MA 332 - -MA - -AOPERATIONS RESEARCH IIBatakci LOpen4/10TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 3804.00

OPERATIONS RESEARCH II


4.00 credits. A study of mathematical techniques and models used to solve problems from business, management, and various other areas. Topics include the branch-and-bound method, decision-making under uncertainty, two-person-zero sum games, Markov chains, basic dynamic programming, inventory problems, and Queuing theory. *Prerequisite: MA 201 or MA 321. Even years. Spring semester.




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39343MA 351 - -MA - -ATHEORY OF PROBABILITYMcDevitt TOpen1/12MWF (08:00am-09:20am) N 2074.00

THEORY OF PROBABILITY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive development of the theory of probability. Topics include the basic principles of combinatorial analysis useful in computing probabilities, conditional probability, independence of events, Bayes' Rule, discrete and continuous random variables, jointly distributed random variables, expected values and variances, and limit theorems involving sums of independent random variables. *Prerequisites: MA 222 and 235. Fall semester.




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39708MA 421 - -MA - -AREAL ANALYSISDoytchinov BOpen11/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 3804.00

REAL ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. A rigorous study of the fundamental concepts of analysis, including such topics as sequences of real numbers, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. *Prerequisites: MA 201, 222 and 235. Offered even years, fall semester.




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MA 421 - -MA - -AREAL ANALYSISMWF (09:30am-10:50am) EC HYBR
39713MA 458 - -MA - -ALONG TERM ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICSSanchis GOpen17/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2064.00

LONG TERM ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS


4.00 credits. A comprehensive development of the theoretical basis of certain actuarial models and the application of long-term insurance. Topics include long-term insurance coverages; survival models and their estimation; present value random variables; premium calculation; reserves; pension plan and retirement benefits. This course is aimed at students preparing for the Actuarial Examination LTAM. *Prerequisites: MA 255 and MA 351. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Spring semester, odd-numbered years.




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39707MA 463 - -MA - -AADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELHughes JOpen5/14TH (09:30am-10:30am) E 3702.00

ADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCEL


2.00 credits. In this course we will learn to use advanced features of Excel to solve problems in mathematics. Topics will include Excel formulas, using the Solver, pivot tables, performing spreadsheet what-if analysis, graphing, and an introduction to VBA programming. *Prerequisite: MA 122.




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MA 463 - -MA - -ALAB - ADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELTH (09:30am-10:30am) E 368
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39606FR 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH IBorilot VClosed0/20MWF (09:30am-10:40am) EC RMTE4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




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39607FR 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH IBorilot VOpen9/14MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Emphasizes functional proficiency. A functional-notational syllabus expands use of linguistic tasks such as asking questions, stating facts, describing, narrating, and expressing feelings. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement text and written materials. *Prerequisite: FR 112, or placement by examination.




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39632FR 305 - -ML - -AADVANCED FRENCH CONVERSATIONBorilot VOpen3/12MF (11:00am-12:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

ADVANCED FRENCH CONVERSATION


4.00 credits. In this course, you will develop and practice your oral skills in French through an extended French filmography. We will explore aspects of French and Francophone life and culture in XXth French society with discussions and presentation on French culture, politics, ethics, and history. This course is conducted solely in French. *Prerequisites: FR 212 or placement test.




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39608FR 496 - -ML - -AFRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IBorilot VOpen10/10By Arrangement2.00

FRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior French majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the French language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39631FR 497 - -ML - -AFRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IIBorilot VOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

FRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


2.00 credits. For senior French majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the French language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. *Prerequisite or corequisite: FR 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39610GER111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN ISnyder JOpen1/24MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39611GER211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN ISnyder JOpen18/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) EC RMTE4.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Emphasizes functional proficiency. A functional-notational syllabus expands use of linguistic tasks such as asking questions, stating facts, describing, narrating, and expressing feelings. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement texts and written materials. *Prerequisite: GER 112, or placement by examination.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39821GER496 - -ML - -AGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ISnyder JOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

GERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior German majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the German language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39633GER497 - -ML - -AGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IISnyder JOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

GERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


2.00 credits. For senior German majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the German language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. *Prerequisite or corequisite: GER 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39613JA 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1Bhattacharya MClosed0/24MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) TH 1054.00

PLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Introduction to contemporary Japanese language designed for the acquisition of basic communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Two of the scripts, Hiragana and Katakana, will be introduced. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. Aimed at students with no prior knowledge of Japanese.




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39614JA 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi NOpen2/19MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 2154.00

PLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Further development of oral proficiency and reading and writing skills at the high elementary level of instruction. Proficiency in Kanji is increased to about 100. Japanese word processing is introduced. Designed to equip students with the ability to acquire Level Five of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) administered by the Japan Foundation. *Prerequisite: JA 112, or placement by examination.




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39615JA 311 - -ML - -ATHIRD YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi NOpen8/12MWF (11:00am-12:20pm) W 3104.00

THIRD YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. Designed for student with credit in Japanese 212, this course aims at developing further control of the grammar, vocabulary, and idioms of spoken Japanese with a proficiency in Kanji reaching 350. *Prerequisite: JA 212.




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39616JA 411 - -ML - -AFOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi NOpen9/14MWF (09:30am-10:40am) W 3104.00

FOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. Further development of proficiency in both rapid and close reading skills. This course focuses on readings from different fields such as anthropology, history, linguistics, and literature. *Prerequisite: JA 312.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39704JA 460 - -ML - -AFROM MURASAKI TO MURAKAMI (EN 460)Bhattacharya MOpen15/24W (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2104.00

FROM MURASAKI TO MURAKAMI (EN 460)


4.00 credits. This course will introduce students to Japanese literature from the classical period to the modern, in a variety of genres, starting from the oral traditions of myth and poetry of Kojiki and Manyoshu, the great masterpieces of classical Japanese prose depicted in the Genji Monogatari, plays from the feudal period, Heike Monogatari and Sonezaki Shinjuu, early modern novels such as Kokoro and Hakai, and contemporary fiction and personal histories that have gained critical acclaim and popular success, such as Masks, Kitchen, Norwegian, Wood, and Black Rain, among others. Students will not only learn to understand the historical contexts of these works in terms of genre, intent, audience, themes, aesthetics, gender relations, religion and spirituality, but will also engage with literary theories that undergird our understanding of literary production and appreciation. Students will also learn how to apply that understanding in their own writing in the form of research papers and short reflective reaction papers.




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39617JA 496 - -ML - -AJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ITakahashi NOpen7/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For Japanese majors. An extended research or translation project on a topic in Japanese literature, culture, or language utilizing some source materials in Japanese. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39618JA 496 - -ML - -BJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IBhattacharya MOpen7/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For Japanese majors. An extended research or translation project on a topic in Japanese literature, culture, or language utilizing some source materials in Japanese. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39619SP 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH ILorenzen COpen2/24MWF (08:00am-09:10am) LC M&M4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
SP 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IMWF (08:00am-09:10am) EC HYBR
39885SP 111 - -2PLO-C-BPLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH INissman-Cohen BOpen4/24Distance Learning with asynchonous meetings4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (100% Online)
39620SP 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IINissman-Cohen BOpen1/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) EC RMTE4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expansion of basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. Additional development of communicative competency in five skill areas: listening, speaking, writing, reading, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. *Prerequisite: SP 111, or placement by examination.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39621SP 112 - -2PLO-C-BPLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IISesterhenn GOpen5/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expansion of basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. Additional development of communicative competency in five skill areas: listening, speaking, writing, reading, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. *Prerequisite: SP 111, or placement by examination.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39622SP 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH ILorenzen COpen2/22MWF (09:30am-10:40am) LC M&M4.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Review and expansion of basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary at the intermediate level in the four skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. In-class work develops oral proficiency at the intermediate level; out-of-class work, including online assignments and work with carefully selected website materials, enhances writing and reading proficiencies. Sociocultural awareness is developed through media in the target language that supplement proficiency-oriented materials. *Prerequisite: SP 112, or placement by examination.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
SP 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH IMWF (09:30am-10:40am) EC HYBR
39623SP 212 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH IIFisher COpen13/24MWF (04:00pm-05:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Continued review and expansion of basic grammar and vocabulary introduced in Spanish 211 in the four skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Development of more advanced tasks such as describing, narrating, and hypothesizing. In-class work develops oral proficiency at the intermediate level; out-of-class work, including online assignments and continued work with selected website materials, enhances writing and reading proficiencies. Sociocultural awareness is developed through media in the target language that supplement proficiency-oriented materials. *Prerequisite: SP 211, or placement by examination.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39699SP 315 - -ML - -ASPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITIONStaff NCancelled0/04.00

SPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION


4.00 credits. This course builds on the Spanish grammar previously studied at the Intermediate level to improve students' reading, speaking, and writing skills in Spanish through an in-depth study of standard Spanish grammar. Special attention will be given to the more problematic aspects of Spanish grammar for English speakers. Students will develop advanced writing skills through composition assignments. *Prerequisite: SP 212, placement by examination, or placement by instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (100% Online)
39628SP 325 - -ML - -ASPANISH SERVICE LEARNINGLorenzen CClosed0/11MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) W 3104.00

SPANISH SERVICE LEARNING


4.00 credits. This Spanish service-learning course fosters students’ conversational proficiency in Spanish and their intercultural competence in Spanish-speaking settings. Students apply these skills in educational settings, experience the mutual benefits of community service-learning, and discover opportunities for becoming civically engaged and employing their Spanish skills in the broader community. *Prerequisite: SP 212, placement by examination, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Offered every semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
SP 325 - -ML - -ASPANISH SERVICE LEARNINGW (04:45pm-05:30pm) N 127
39920SP 372 - -ML - -APAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ON CURRENT EVENTSLorenzen COpen7/18MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

PAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ON CURRENT EVENTS


4.00 credits. Students of Spanish will improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities while learning about current events in Spanish-speaking countries and current events that affect Spanish speakers in the United States. They will engage in the interpretive mode of communication using sources originating from various Spanish-speaking countries and presented by a variety of native speakers, increasing their exposure to different dialects and a broad range of vocabulary. In addition, they will engage in the interpersonal mode of communication (unscripted, spontaneous interactions with other proficient speakers) and the presentational mode of communication (presenting orally to their classmates and writing blog posts) posts). *Prerequisite(s): SP 212 or placement into the 300-level.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39946SP 470 - -ML - -AINTERNSHIP IN SPANISHLorenzen COpen2/5By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN SPANISH


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Modern Language internships provide language students the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge they have obtained in our classes and while abroad in professional settings, as they are mentored and supervised by practicing professionals. This opportunity fosters enhanced linguistic and cross-cultural proficiency, as well as individually tailored and specialized expertise for language learners. A maximum of four credit hours from Spanish 470-474 may count as Spanish electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite: At least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39625SP 496 - -ML - -ASPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ILorenzen COpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior Spanish majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the Spanish language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
39627SP 496 - -ML - -BSPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ILinares-Farras MOpen10/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior Spanish majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the Spanish language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39763ASC500 - -OT - -AAUTISM ACROSS THE LIFESPANHample KOpen5/123.00

AUTISM ACROSS THE LIFESPAN


3.00 credits. This course focuses on understanding autism across the lifespan including the physical, cognitive and social skill limitations and strengths in each phase of life. Case studies will be the primary learning tools, with students developing a long-term intervention plan for an individual on their current or future caseload based upon the concepts discussed. *Prerequisite(s): Bachelor's degree.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39282ASL105 - -2PLO-C-APLO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGEConrad KClosed0/19M (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 2324.00

PLO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). The course will examine the fundamentals of the sign lexicon emphasizing grammatical features of comprehension and expression. Students will build conversational skills through dialogues about the everyday life experiences that make up meaningful participation human occupations. Through the Community-Based Learning experience, students will engage in contextual learning through interactive social participation with individuals in the Deaf Community. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39283OT 105 - -OT - -AINTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESSDennehy TOpen1/33TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 3604.00

INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS


4 credits. The course introduces students to foundational concepts of health and wellness from a broad variety of perspectives. Students will learn how factors such as culture, environments, and social relations influence health at personal and societal levels. The relationship between health and ability to participate in daily life will be explored. *Prerequisites: Health Science Majors.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 105 - -OT - -AINTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESSTH (09:30am-10:50am) EC HYBR
39284OT 105 - -OT - -BINTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESSDennehy TOpen1/33TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3604.00

INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS


4 credits. The course introduces students to foundational concepts of health and wellness from a broad variety of perspectives. Students will learn how factors such as culture, environments, and social relations influence health at personal and societal levels. The relationship between health and ability to participate in daily life will be explored. *Prerequisites: Health Science Majors.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 105 - -OT - -BINTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND WELLNESSTH (11:00am-12:20pm) EC HYBR
39285OT 205 - -OT - -AEVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOUNDATIONCunningham LOpen3/32TH (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE4.00

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOUNDATION


4.00 credits. This is the first in a series of courses designed to promote the active use and application of scholarship in health care practice. Three modules include: evidence and the health care, tests & measurements, and evidence in health care practice. Skills, knowledge, and critical thinking introduced in this course will be integrated with later occupational therapy practice courses. *Prerequisite(s): MA 251.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39286OT 205 - -OT - -BEVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOUNDATIONCunningham LClosed0/32TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOUNDATION


4.00 credits. This is the first in a series of courses designed to promote the active use and application of scholarship in health care practice. Three modules include: evidence and the health care, tests & measurements, and evidence in health care practice. Skills, knowledge, and critical thinking introduced in this course will be integrated with later occupational therapy practice courses. *Prerequisite(s): MA 251.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
39321OT 305 - -OT - -ACONDITIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCEPanchik D, Wentzel EOpen2/30TH (09:30am-10:50am) E GAUD4.00

CONDITIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE


4.00 credits. Within this course, students will become familiar with common diagnoses and conditions that impact occupations. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomatology, prognosis, and functional implications of conditions. *Prerequisite(s): BIO 201, BIO 202, OT 110, and OT 205.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39322OT 310 - -OT - -AOCCUPATIONS AND ACTIVITY ANALYSISPanchik D, Wentzel EOpen2/20TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 3604.00

OCCUPATIONS AND ACTIVITY ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. This course addresses the analysis of how individuals and groups engage in meaningful occupations and activities in various contexts to support their health and well-being. Students consider how client factors, performance skills, performance patterns, activity demands, and context(s) and environments interact to support successful engagement in occupation. Students develop skills in analysis, and in grading and adapting the environment, tools, materials, occupations, and interventions to address client needs, the sociocultural context, and technological advances. *Prerequisite(s): OT 105, OT 110, BIO 201, and BIO 202.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39287OT 318 - -OT - -AKINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LABPanchik DOpen4/15MT (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3624.00

KINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. Application of the principles of functional anatomy with an emphasis on normal and abnormal movement. Measurement techniques for range of motion and muscle testing are presented. Concepts are integrated in lab experiences. *Prerequisite: BIO 201 or permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39288OT 427 - -OT - -APATHOLOGY IIWentzel EClosed0/22T (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3603.00

PATHOLOGY II


3.00 credits. This course will familiarize student with common diagnoses and conditions encountered in the practice of occupational therapy. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomology, prognosis, and functional implications of psychiatric, immune, musculoskeletal, and skin related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 105, PSY 111, OT 224, OT 327, and majors only. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39289OT 427 - -OT - -BPATHOLOGY IIWentzel EClosed0/22W (08:00am-10:50am) E 3603.00

PATHOLOGY II


3.00 credits. This course will familiarize student with common diagnoses and conditions encountered in the practice of occupational therapy. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomology, prognosis, and functional implications of psychiatric, immune, musculoskeletal, and skin related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 105, PSY 111, OT 224, OT 327, and majors only. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39290OT 427 - -OT - -CPATHOLOGY IIWentzel EOpen2/22F (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3603.00

PATHOLOGY II


3.00 credits. This course will familiarize student with common diagnoses and conditions encountered in the practice of occupational therapy. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomology, prognosis, and functional implications of psychiatric, immune, musculoskeletal, and skin related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 105, PSY 111, OT 224, OT 327, and majors only. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39291OT 433 - -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSFox GClosed0/64T (08:00am-09:20am) LC MUS4.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Students learn to apply the occupational therapy process of evaluation, treatment planning, and treatment to people with deficits in musculoskeletal or neurological systems. *Prerequisites: OT 318, 327, 331, and majors only. *Corequisite: OT 433L and OT 433F. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 65.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39292OT 433 -L-OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSFox GClosed0/17T (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39293OT 433 -L-OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSFox GClosed0/17W (08:00am-10:50am) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39294OT 433 -L-OT - -CENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSFox GOpen1/17F (08:00am-10:50am) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39295OT 433 -L-OT - -DENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSFox GOpen3/17F (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39296OT 433F- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STMartin DClosed0/64H (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD ST


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT433 Enabling Occupations: Musculoskeletal Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 433 and OT 433L. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39297OT 433F- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STMartin DOpen20/20W (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD ST


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT433 Enabling Occupations: Musculoskeletal Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 433 and OT 433L. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39298OT 440 - -OT - -AHEALTH CARE SYSTEMSBenner LOpen8/40T (05:30pm-08:30pm) E GAUD3.00

HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. A study of the development of health care systems in the United States. Includes administrative structure, payment systems, quality assurance, regulations and legislative issues.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39299OT 450 - -OT - -ARESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen JClosed0/17M (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
OT 450 - -OT - -ALAB - RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEM (09:30am-10:50am) H 110
39300OT 450 - -OT - -BRESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen JClosed0/16M (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
OT 450 - -OT - -BLAB - RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEM (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 110
39303OT 450 - -OT - -CRESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen JClosed0/17M (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
OT 450 - -OT - -CLAB - RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICET (09:30am-10:50am) N 232
39318OT 450 - -OT - -DRESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen JOpen2/16M (08:00am-09:20am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
OT 450 - -OT - -DLAB - RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICET (11:00am-12:20pm) N 205
OT 450 - -OT - -DLAB - RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICET (11:00am-12:20pm) N 207
39304OT 492 - -OT - -AUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert TOpen9/10F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -AFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39692OT 492 - -OT - -BUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IEricksen J, Humbert TOpen8/10F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -BFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39806OT 492 - -OT - -CUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IWaltermire-Burton D, Humbert TOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -CFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39807OT 492 - -OT - -DUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert T, Hample KOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -DFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39808OT 492 - -OT - -EUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM ICarlson N, Humbert TOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -EFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39809OT 492 - -OT - -FUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert T, Fox GOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -FFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39810OT 492 - -OT - -GUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert T, Martin DOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -GFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39811OT 492 - -OT - -HUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert T, Wentzel EOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -HFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39812OT 492 - -OT - -IUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHumbert T, Wentzel EOpen34/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3732.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 492 - -OT - -IFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IBy Arrangement
39305OT 501 - -OT - -ARESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1Humbert T, Sanders AOpen3/22T (09:30am-10:50am) LC PERF2.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course series designed to allow students to explore in depth an area of interest and to complete a project of significance to the profession of occupational therapy. Projects will be clinical, service and/or research based. In this course, students will do a comprehensive review of relevant literature and will develop a proposal describing all project elements. *Corequisite: OT 551. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39306OT 501 - -OT - -BRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1Humbert T, Sanders AOpen2/22W (09:30am-10:50am) H 1102.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course series designed to allow students to explore in depth an area of interest and to complete a project of significance to the profession of occupational therapy. Projects will be clinical, service and/or research based. In this course, students will do a comprehensive review of relevant literature and will develop a proposal describing all project elements. *Corequisite: OT 551. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39307OT 501 - -OT - -CRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1Humbert T, Sanders AOpen2/22W (03:30pm-04:50pm) LC PERF2.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course series designed to allow students to explore in depth an area of interest and to complete a project of significance to the profession of occupational therapy. Projects will be clinical, service and/or research based. In this course, students will do a comprehensive review of relevant literature and will develop a proposal describing all project elements. *Corequisite: OT 551. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39308OT 510 - -OT - -AADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISIONWaltermire-Burton DOpen1/22M (09:30am-12:30pm) E 3604.00

ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles of management in the provision of occupational therapy services. Focus is on developing skills in program planning and evaluation; administration and management of occupational therapy departments and multidisciplinary programs and community agencies; and occupational therapy consultation with individuals and organizations. Topics include quality improvement, financial management, personnel management, leadership and team building. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39309OT 510 - -OT - -BADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISIONWaltermire-Burton DOpen4/22M (02:00pm-05:00pm) E 3604.00

ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles of management in the provision of occupational therapy services. Focus is on developing skills in program planning and evaluation; administration and management of occupational therapy departments and multidisciplinary programs and community agencies; and occupational therapy consultation with individuals and organizations. Topics include quality improvement, financial management, personnel management, leadership and team building. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39319OT 510 - -OT - -CADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISIONWaltermire-Burton DOpen2/22H (01:30pm-04:30pm) E 3604.00

ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles of management in the provision of occupational therapy services. Focus is on developing skills in program planning and evaluation; administration and management of occupational therapy departments and multidisciplinary programs and community agencies; and occupational therapy consultation with individuals and organizations. Topics include quality improvement, financial management, personnel management, leadership and team building. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39310OT 528 - -OT - -AADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample KOpen2/16H (08:00am-09:20am) LC MUS3.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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OT 528 - -OT - -ALAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IT (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 373
39311OT 528 - -OT - -BADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample KOpen2/16H (08:00am-09:20am) LC MUS3.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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OT 528 - -OT - -BLAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IT (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 373
39312OT 528 - -OT - -CADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample KOpen1/16H (08:00am-09:20am) LC MUS3.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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OT 528 - -OT - -CLAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IH (09:30am-10:50am) E 362
39320OT 528 - -OT - -DADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample KClosed0/16H (08:00am-09:20am) LC MUS3.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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OT 528 - -OT - -DLAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 362
39313OT 544 - -OT - -AMENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS ELECTIVECunningham LOpen1/20T (02:00pm-05:00pm) EC RMTE4.00

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS ELECTIVE


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. This course increases student knowledge of occupational therapy services in the context of health and wellness and mental health. Students will strengthen their understanding of the roles played by occupational therapists in these areas of practice, the theories that are applied and the contexts of occupational therapy in community-based practice areas. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Register by Instructor.




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OT 544 - -OT - -AMENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS ELECTIVET (02:00pm-05:00pm) BSC TEMP
39314OT 547 - -OT - -ATOPICS IN PEDIATRICS ELECTIVEMahler KClosed0/10H (09:30am-12:30pm) E 3734.00

TOPICS IN PEDIATRICS ELECTIVE


4.00 credits. Students will advance their understanding of childhood occupations, family systems, and pediatric models of practice. Since pediatric practice involves a sophisticated balance of conditional, pragmatic, narrative, interactive, procedural, and ethical clinical reasoning; a case-based approach to learning will be a primary mode of teaching. Specific topics addressed in this course are guided by student interest and faculty expertise. Experiential learning in community settings may also be used to support the students’ learning. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation. Register by Instructor.




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39315OT 551 - -OT - -ARESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Carlson NClosed0/20T (08:00am-11:00am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39316OT 551 - -OT - -BRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Carlson NClosed0/20W (08:00am-11:00am) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39317OT 551 - -OT - -CRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Carlson NOpen1/20W (02:00pm-05:00pm) EC RMTE3.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39721OT 570 - -OT - -AINTRAPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION: OT/OTA ACADEMIC INNOVATIONDennehy TOpen5/20M (10:00am-01:00pm) N 2054.00

INTRAPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION: OT/OTA ACADEMIC INNOVATION


4.00 credits. The Centennial Vision of Occupation Therapy focuses on the dynamic, progressive nature of the profession and future plans for innovation and growth. One area of concentration is professional collaboration. As a leveled healthcare field, therapists and assistants work toward common goals of patient advocacy, successful therapeutic outcomes and optimum occupational therapy provision via their teamed and supervisory relationships. While some might assume that humans naturally know how to collaborate, a vast array of skills (such as effective communication, understanding of role delineation, mutual respect, conflict resolution, and teaching-learning reciprocity) contribute to effective cooperative dynamics. This course is designed to examine the ideals of collaboration related to intraprofessional teaming, the process of learning to collaborate by integrating assistant and therapy students from different universities in cooperative pursuits, and the importance of supervisory and teamed relationships in ultimately promoting optimum patient service delivery. Learners will have the opportunity to engage in co-construction of the course which will be framed around the concepts of working together, understanding role delineations and supervisory responsibilities, and thoughtfully examining the development of these relationships over the course of a semester. Register by Instructor.




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39828OT 590 - -OT - -AGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWaltermire-Burton DOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39829OT 590 - -OT - -BGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample KOpen7/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39831OT 590 - -OT - -CGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMDennehy TOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39833OT 590 - -OT - -DGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMCarlson NOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39834OT 590 - -OT - -EGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMDennehy TOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39835OT 590 - -OT - -FGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHumbert TOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39839OT 590 - -OT - -GGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMPanchik DOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39840OT 590 - -OT - -HGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMMartin DOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39841OT 590 - -OT - -IGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMSalvadia AOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39842OT 590 - -OT - -JGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample K, Mahler KOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39843OT 590 - -OT - -KGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMFox GOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39844OT 590 - -OT - -LGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMEricksen JOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39845OT 590 - -OT - -MGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMEricksen JOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39846OT 590 - -OT - -NGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWentzel EOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39847OT 590 - -OT - -OGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHumbert TOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39871OT 591 - -OT - -ALEVEL II FIELDWORK: PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATIONKimmel C, Martin DOpen5/24By Arrangement6.00

LEVEL II FIELDWORK: PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION


0.00 credit. Twelve weeks of Level II Fieldwork experience in the area of pyscho-social rehabilitation. To be eligible to sit for the national certification examination, the student must achieve at least the minimum passing scores on the AOTA Fieldwork Evaluation. Further information on Level II Fieldwork can be found in the Department Student Manual and the Level II Fieldwork Student Manual. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Summer or fall semester. *Note: Effective with the matriculating class of 2014, this course will carry 6.00 credits.




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39875OT 592 - -OT - -ALEVEL II FIELDWORK: PHYSICAL REHABILITATIONKimmel C, Martin DOpen12/24By Arrangement6.00

LEVEL II FIELDWORK: PHYSICAL REHABILITATION


0.00 credit. Twelve weeks of Level II Fieldwork experience in the area of physical rehabilitation. To be eligible to sit for the national certification examination, the student must achieve at least the minimum passing scores on the AOTA Fieldwork Evaluation. Further information on Level II Fieldwork is in the Department Student Manual and the Level II Fieldwork Student Manual. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Summer or fall semester. *Note: Effective with the matriculating class of 2014, this course will carry 6.00 credits.




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39817OT 671 - -OT - -AAGING IN PLACE GRADUATE ELECTIVECarlson NOpen5/20H (12:30pm-03:30pm) EC RMTE4.00

AGING IN PLACE GRADUATE ELECTIVE


4.0 credits. This course is one of many graduate electives offered in the fifth year. This particular elective provides an overview of Occupational Therapy’s role in aging. While attending to diagnoses, terminology and procedures, and process, this course places a primary emphasis on a health and wellness model that encourages successful aging in place. Register by Instructor.




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39638NEU125 - -6NPS-C-ANPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEWickham RClosed0/40TH (09:30am-10:45am) EC RMTE4.00

NPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A survey of the biological basis of psychological processes, including neurons and brain organization, motor control, higher cortical functions and dysfunctions in order to provide an integrated understanding of the brain and behavior. Recovery from brain damage, emotion, language, mood disorders, schizophrenia and additional related topics also are covered. Offered every semester.




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39641NEU125 - -6NPS-C-BNPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEWickham RClosed0/40TH (11:00am-12:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

NPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A survey of the biological basis of psychological processes, including neurons and brain organization, motor control, higher cortical functions and dysfunctions in order to provide an integrated understanding of the brain and behavior. Recovery from brain damage, emotion, language, mood disorders, schizophrenia and additional related topics also are covered. Offered every semester.




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39642NEU325 - -PC - -ATHE NEUROSCIENCE OF DRUG ABUSEWickham ROpen3/24TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) EC ONLN4.00

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF DRUG ABUSE


4.00 credits. Psychoactive substances have been in use before the birth of civilization--thus understanding why humans have sought and taken psychoactive drugs is, in a sense, understanding our history. Psychoactive substances have an immense impact in our society. Some are abused and can be incredibly disabling--losing jobs, destroying relationships, and even death. Some are used recreationally (legally and illegally) and can relieve stress, improve cognitive function, and promote overall well-being. In this course, we will talk about the state of drug use in America and its impact on our society. We will take a Bio-Psycho-Social approach (with a heavy emphasis on brain mechanisms) in understanding how drugs affect the human condition. *Prerequisite(s): NEU 125. Fall semester.




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39884NEU490 - -PC - -ARESEARCH PRACTICUMWickham ROpen16/18By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH PRACTICUM


Variable (0.00 - 4.00) credit(s). Research under the close supervision of a faculty member in a field related to Neuroscience. Topics for research are chosen in an area of interest to both persons. A maximum of four credits hours from NEU 490 may count as Neuroscience electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 280, PSY 285, junior status or greater, and Neuroscience major. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39643PSY105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGYDalton EOpen1/35TH (08:00am-09:15am) BSC TEMP4.00

SSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester and occasionally as a summer course.




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39644PSY105 - -7SSC-C-BSSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGYSimmons DOpen5/35MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) EC RMTE4.00

SSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester and occasionally as a summer course.




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39668PSY211 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PS 211)Kelly Woessner AOpen14/20MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2104.00

SSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PS 211)


4.00 credits. (Social Science Core Course) This interdisciplinary course explores the intersection between political science and psychology. It introduces students to psychological theories and research findings in order to explain what people think, feel and do about contemporary political issues. Specifically, the course draws on psychological concepts regarding motivation, personality, cognition, attribution, emotion and identity to examine mass political behavior and public opinion. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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39645PSY235 - -PC - -ASOCIAL PSYCHOLOGYRoy MOpen2/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) BSC TEMP4.00

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. Survey of issues, theories and methods in understanding the processes by which social life constitutes, influences and is composed of the thoughts, feelings and behavior of human beings. Topics include social explanation, social cognition and attribution, the dynamics of self, social influence, persuasion, aggression, innovation, interpersonal communication, relationships and environmental transaction. Students will conduct case studies and analysis. *Prerequisite: PSY 105. Offered annually.




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39646PSY240 - -PC - -ACHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENTSmith TClosed0/37MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. This course discusses physical, cognitive, and social development from a psychological perspective. Developmental periods of infancy to early childhood (ages birth-5), middle childhood (ages 6-11), and adolescence (ages 12-20) are the focus. Development is viewed as a complex process that requires understanding: (1) how biological, psychosocial, and contextual influences operate together and affect one another over time, and (2) how earlier periods of development influence later ones. Theoretical perspectives, research findings, and related methodological issues are emphasized in the course lectures, readings, and examinations. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Students who complete PSY 240 may not enroll in PSY 247, and those who complete PSY 247 may not enroll in PSY 240. Offered annually.




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39647PSY250 - -PC - -APSYCHOPATHOLOGYSimmons DOpen2/35MW (09:30am-10:45am) EC RMTE4.00

PSYCHOPATHOLOGY


4.00 credits. An overview of diagnostic process in mental health. The course will cover the history of mental illness, models for understanding mental illness, and a broad cross-section of mental disorders as defined by the DSM (e.g., schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, PTSD). Students will have the opportunity to practice diagnostic skills on real case studies as well as critique the depiction of mental illness in the media. *Prerequisite: PSY 105. Offered every semester.




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39648PSY255 - -PC - -APSYCHOTHERAPY AND ASSESSMENTDalton EOpen2/36TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) MA 22034.00

PSYCHOTHERAPY AND ASSESSMENT


4.00 credits. This course provides an introduction to basic principles of psychological assessment and psychotherapy. The first half of the course will cover theory and techniques used in various psychotherapeutic orientations (e.g., psychodynamic, cognitive, and behavioral), and the second half of the course will focus on principles of assessment for various disorders/conditions (e.g., memory problems, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). This course will serve as a pre-requisite for the applied clinical skills course, Counseling Psychology (PSY 355). *Prerequisites: PSY 105. Fall semester.




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39649PSY280 - -PC - -APSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICSRoy MOpen1/24TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) BSC BC0014.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICS


4.00 credits. Analysis of experimental and correlational research. Students will learn how to use SPSS for data analysis. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Students must achieve an average of a C- or better for PSY 280 and PSY 285 to continue in the major. Fall semester.




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39650PSY315 - -PC - -ACOGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYPretz JOpen1/23TH (09:30am-10:45am) N 2044.00

COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. A study of current theory and research on cognitive processes including how we perceive, attend, think, remember, make decisions, solve problems, and use language. Coverage will include applications of cognitive psychology to everyday life and to other disciplines. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105 and junior status, or permission of the instructor. Offered annually.




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PSY315 - -PC - -ACOGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYTH (09:30am-10:45am) EC HYBR
39693PSY360 - -PC - -APSYCHOLOGY OF STRESSDalton EClosed0/24MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) BSC TEMP4.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF STRESS


4.00 credits. This course is intended to provide you with a thorough understanding of the field of stress and coping, from both theoretical and applied perspectives. Learning will take place through course lectures, readings, engagement with community-based partner organizations, clinical case conceptualization, presentations of pertinent psychological interventions, and a literature review of psychological research on a stress & coping topic of your choosing. *Prerequisites: PSY 105 and junior status or permission of instructor. Offered alternate years. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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39701PSY435 - -PC - -ASEMINAR IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGYRoy MOpen1/13TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2024.00

SEMINAR IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. In this seminar, you will explore the literature in the study of social psychology. You will read original empirical papers, learn about research paradigms in the field, and develop critical and creative thinking skills in summarizing, critiquing, and synthesizing research ideas. You will explore the literature in your area of interest, develop a research question, propose novel hypotheses, design your own experiment, and write a major research proposal for a study you may conduct in Advanced Psychological Research. *Prerequisites: PSY 280, PSY 285, and a 300-level course with a PSY or NEU prefix.




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39694PSY455 - -PC - -ACLINICAL PRACTICUMSimmons DOpen5/12MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

CLINICAL PRACTICUM


4.00 credits. This course will explore mental health practice from both an experiential and an empirical perspective. Students will complete a practicum in an approved clinical setting for 5 hours per week to get firsthand knowledge of clinical practice. Class sessions will focus on processing practicum experiences as well as critically evaluating empirical literature about both specific and common factors of psychotherapy. *Prerequisites: PSY 280, PSY 285, and PSY 355. Offered Fall semester.




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39652PSY475 - -PC - -AINTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGYOpen10/10W (03:30pm-04:45pm) E 2804.00

INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) Credits. Supervised training and experience in a professional setting related to psychology, generally for two afternoons a week, plus meetings with the instructor. Placement depends on student interest and goals, and availability of professional setting. A maximum of four credit hours from Psychology 475 may count as psychology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: PSY 105, junior status and Psychology major. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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39653PSY485 - -PC - -AADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCHPretz JOpen3/12TH (11:00am-12:15pm) H 1084.00

ADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH


4.00 credits. In this course, students will conduct an original, empirical research project. This includes revising an existing literature review and/or research proposal, writing an IRB proposal, collecting and analyzing data, writing up results, writing an APA-style research paper, preparing a poster presentation, and presenting to the department. In-class time will include mini-lectures and workshop-style sessions as well as instruction on advanced statistical techniques. Much time will also be spent in individual consultation with the instructor. *Prerequisites: PSY 280, PSY 285, and a Seminar in Psychology (PSY 410, PSY 415, PSY 435, or PSY 440). Offered every semester. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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PE
39144HW 110 - -HW - -ABEING A MENTAL HEALTH ALLYLynch BClosed0/24W (04:00pm-04:50pm) MA 22031.00

BEING A MENTAL HEALTH ALLY


1.00 credit. Students will receive information about types of mental health concerns and mental health crisis situations. Discussion and activities in class will facilitate students' abilities to assist someone who is experiencing mental health concerns and help the person connect with resources. Information and discussions will facilitate increased awareness and decreased stigma about mental health topics.




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39145HW 112 - -HW - -AWELLNESS AND THE COLLEGE STUDENTEisenhauer JOpen1/24TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) LC M&M2.00

WELLNESS AND THE COLLEGE STUDENT


2.00 credits. Students will gain an understanding of the eight dimensions of wellness with specific focus on health concerns for college students. Students will utilize health information to develop health promotion programming for the Elizabethtown College campus. Students will explore wellness topics including nutrition, physical activity, sexual health, healthy relationships, alcohol and drug use, sleep, stress, and mental health. Additionally, the class will examine leadership development, program planning, and evaluation for students interested in becoming a Student Wellness Advocate or Student Athlete Mentor.




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39146HW 135 - -HW - -ASPORTS MEDICINEDietz EClosed0/24TH (09:30am-10:20am) YC 06002.00

SPORTS MEDICINE


2.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce the essentials and basics of sports medicine to the students of Elizabethtown College. Basic concepts involve overview of human anatomy and movement systems, first aid and wound care, injury prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation, as well as emergency response, sports psychology, and sports nutrition.




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39945HW 470 - -HW - -AINTERNSHIP IN HEALTH AND WELLNESSLynch BOpen9/10By Arrangement1.00

INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS


1.00 credit. Placement at an internship site provides students with practical experience in the coaching field while working under a site supervisor. Written assignments and discussions with the site supervisor and the course faculty member will enable students to integrate what they have learned through other courses in the coaching minor and further develop their identity, skills and knowledge-base as a coach. Signature Learning Experience: Internship.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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39147PE 100 - -HW - -APILATES AND YOGAGearhart GOpen2/20TH (06:30pm-07:20pm) BSC STD1.00

PILATES AND YOGA


1.00 credit. This course introduces a fitness program that incorporates both pilates and yoga. Both pilates and yoga emphasize the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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39148PE 120 - -HW - -AAEROBICSGearhart GOpen11/16T (05:00pm-06:20pm) BSC STD1.00

AEROBICS


1.00 credit. Inspiration - perspiration: a diversified fitness program that will give a complete workout. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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39149PE 140 - -HW - -ABOWLINGStaff NCancelled0/01.00

BOWLING


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development. Additional fee. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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PH
39659PH 350 - -PPL - -AANIMAL MINDS (CSC 350)Silberstein MOpen17/24MF (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

ANIMAL MINDS (CSC 350)


4.00 credits. There is a growing consensus that many non-human animals are conscious and much more intelligent than previously believed. Throughout this interdisciplinary course, we will try to answer the question what, if anything, makes humans unique with regard to cognitive abilities and conscious experience? We will explore similarities and differences between humans and other animals for a variety of cognitive abilities such as perception, attention, learning, memory, reasoning, tool use, and language using primary scientific evidence and an evolutionary framework. We will explore particular debates in current animal cognition research.




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PP
39654PH 115 - -9HUM-C-AHUM ETHICSRicci GClosed0/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) BSC TEMP4.00

HUM ETHICS


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) A study of the nature, origin and development of ethical theories from both a historical and contemporary perspective and their relevance to significant current moral dilemmas such as abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment and environmental issues. Special attention is given to the exploration of enduring moral concerns, such as moral realism versus relativism, egoism, altruism, the role of reason in ethics, and the nature of responsible moral decision making.




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39655PH 115 - -9HUM-C-BHUM ETHICSRicci GClosed0/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) E GAUD4.00

HUM ETHICS


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) A study of the nature, origin and development of ethical theories from both a historical and contemporary perspective and their relevance to significant current moral dilemmas such as abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment and environmental issues. Special attention is given to the exploration of enduring moral concerns, such as moral realism versus relativism, egoism, altruism, the role of reason in ethics, and the nature of responsible moral decision making.




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39656PH 201 - -4WCH-C-AWCH HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY IRicci GClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E GAUD4.00

WCH HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY I


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) Engagement in an in-depth survey of the central issues and thinkers in Western Philosophy in ancient, medieval and early modern periods. Special emphasis is placed on the works of major figures such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Ockham and Descartes with a view toward exploring their respective positions on critical questions in epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, politics and aesthetics.




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39675PH 235 - -9HUM-C-AHUM BIOETHICSSilberstein MClosed0/24MW (03:30pm-04:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

HUM BIOETHICS


4.00 credits. Rapid development of technology during the 20th century has allowed biologists to gather, process, and manipulate animal and plant tissue at a rate faster than any other time in human history. In this course we will investigate the ethical issues surrounding the use of this technology in the medical, research, and agricultural fields by drawing upon a variety of disciplinary perspectives including biology, ethics, history, law, literature, political science, psychology, and religion. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39657PH 290 - -PPL - -AINTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE (CSC 290)Silberstein MOpen25/35MF (11:00am-12:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE (CSC 290)


4.00 credits. Cognitive science is an interdisciplinary science that integrates elements of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and computer science into a unified field of study. As a required course for the Cognitive Science Minor, Introduction to Cognitive Science provides exposure to a variety of disciplines, with particular focus on how they cooperate to study cognition, consciousness, and behavior. Fall semester.




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39697PH 320 - -PPL - -APHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (REL 320)Long JClosed10/14MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1064.00

PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (REL 320)


4.00 credits. A study of the various rational efforts to establish the validity of the religious perspective. Topics will include: the nature of religious experience, the relationship between faith and reason, the arguments for the existence of God, the problem of evil, the possibility of miracles and immortality, and the relationship between religion and ethics, and religion and science.




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39661PP 520 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH I: RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSISAlladin TOpen16/20TH (06:30pm-07:45pm) N 2084.00

PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH I: RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. This course provides students with an understanding of the various methodological approaches used to analyze public policy. Students learn to collect, analyze, and organize data in order to inform public policy debates. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39663PP 563 - -PPL - -AAMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PS 363)McClellan EOpen16/20M (06:30pm-09:45pm) N 2104.00

AMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PS 363)


4.00 credits. An examination of the development and impact of selected public policies in health care, welfare, education, energy, and the environment. Students will conduct policy analyses, making use of information resources in the Harrisburg area. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39891PP 670 - -PPL - -ACAMPAIGN 2020: THE AMERICAN ELECTORAL PROCESSMcClellan EClosed18/24TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) BSC TEMP4.00

CAMPAIGN 2020: THE AMERICAN ELECTORAL PROCESS


4.00 credits. Analysis of the process of recruiting, nominating and electing candidates for national office in the United States., the major participants in national elections, and the impact of elections on public policymaking. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39790PP 690 - -PPL - -AMASTER'S THESIS IMcClellan EOpen10/14By Arrangement4.00

MASTER'S THESIS I


4.00 credits. Students work closely with a faculty advisor and two committee members to develop a plan for a comprehensive policy analysis project. Students present and defend a 12-15 page prospectus, which lays the groundwork for the Master's Thesis. *Prerequisite(s): PP 521. Register by Instructor.




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39791PP 691 - -PPL - -AMASTER'S THESIS IIMcClellan EOpen22/24By Arrangement4.00

MASTER'S THESIS II


Variable (1.00-4.00) credit(s). As the capstone to the MPP curriculum, students complete a major policy analysis project, usually 35-40 pages in length. The Master's Thesis defines an issue, designs research strategies, gathers data, evaluates alternative solutions, and makes an informed policy recommendation. Students must take PP 691 for 4.00 credits the first time, but may repeat 691 up to three times, for 1-4 credits, if additional time is needed to prepare the Master's Thesis for defense. *Prerequisite: PP 690. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39664PS 111 - -7SSC-C-ASSC AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENTMcClellan EOpen1/30MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) LC M&M4.00

SSC AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Students are introduced to the social sciences through analysis of how the American political system works and the factors that shape American political behavior. In particular, students will examine American political ideals, the U.S. Constitution, federalism, and civil rights and liberties; the media, public opinion, political organizations and elections; and the presidency, bureaucracy, Congress and the Courts. Throughout, students will think critically about the origins and structure of Americans’ beliefs about politics, and about how American law and public policy are made.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39665PS 150 - -5NCH-C-ANCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICSOzkanca OClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) EC RMTE4.00

NCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A comparison and contrast of the political systems of selected foreign nations, emphasizing the historical development of party systems, political cultures and executive-legislative relations. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39666PS 150 - -5NCH-C-BNCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICSOzkanca OClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

NCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A comparison and contrast of the political systems of selected foreign nations, emphasizing the historical development of party systems, political cultures and executive-legislative relations. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39667PS 211 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY 211)Kelly Woessner AOpen1/20MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2104.00

SSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY 211)


4.00 credits. (Social Science Core Course) This interdisciplinary course explores the intersection between political science and psychology. It introduces students to psychological theories and research findings in order to explain what people think, feel and do about contemporary political issues. Specifically, the course draws on psychological concepts regarding motivation, personality, cognition, attribution, emotion and identity to examine mass political behavior and public opinion. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
39669PS 301 - -PPL - -AMOCK TRIAL IAnderson TOpen3/9M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2012.00

MOCK TRIAL I


2.00 credits. To prepare and conduct a criminal jury trial in the American Mock Trial Association regional and national competition. *May only be taken once for credit. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




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39670PS 301 - -PPL - -BMOCK TRIAL IAnderson TOpen7/9M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2010.00

MOCK TRIAL I


2.00 credits. To prepare and conduct a criminal jury trial in the American Mock Trial Association regional and national competition. *May only be taken once for credit. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39674PS 316 - -PPL - -ACAMPAIGN 2020: THE AMERICAN ELECTORAL PROCESSMcClellan EClosed0/31TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) BSC TEMP4.00

CAMPAIGN 2020: THE AMERICAN ELECTORAL PROCESS


4.00 credits. Analysis of the process of recruiting, nominating and electing candidates for national office in the United States., the major participants in national elections, and the impact of elections on public policymaking. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39062PS 350 - -PPL - -AEUROPEAN UNION SIMULATION I (BA 350)Ozkanca OClosed0/15TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

EUROPEAN UNION SIMULATION I (BA 350)


4.00 credits. Study of the principles and theories of European integration, the history of the current European Union (E.U.) from the Treaty of Rome to the present, and the structure and functioning of the European Union, including class participation representing an E.U. Member State in the annual Mid-Atlantic European Union Consortium E.U. Simulation in Washington, D.C. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39662PS 363 - -PPL - -AAMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PP 563)McClellan EOpen6/20M (06:30pm-09:45pm) N 2104.00

AMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PP 563)


4.00 credits. An examination of the development and impact of selected public policies in health care, welfare, education, energy, and the environment. Students will conduct policy analyses, making use of information resources in the Harrisburg area.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39753PS 491 - -PPL - -ARESEARCH IN POLITICAL SCIENCEOzkanca OOpen9/10By Arrangement4.00

RESEARCH IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from PS 491 and PS 492 combined can count as Political Science electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): At least sophomore standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass or Letter Graded. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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39673PS 495 - -PPL - -ASENIOR SEMINAR IN POLITICAL SCIENCEMcClellan EOpen1/14W (06:30pm-09:45pm) N 2064.00

SENIOR SEMINAR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


4.00 credits. An integrative, capstone course in political science, in which significant controversies in political theory and practice will be discussed and analyzed. Course requirements include a major research project and the ETS Major Field Test in Political Science. *Prerequisite: Senior status, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39364EGR191 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily BOpen19/30M (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


3.00 credits. Introduction to the engineering profession and application of the engineering design process. Development of fundamental engineering skills and competencies including problem solving, teamwork, experimental design, computer-aided design, prototyping, experimentation, data analysis, technical writing and lifelong learning. Multidisciplinary team project includes fabrication, troubleshooting and use of devices to solve authentic open-ended problem. *Corequisite(s): EGR 191L. Hours combined: studio/laboratory. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39365EGR191 - -PY - -BINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily BOpen19/30T (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


3.00 credits. Introduction to the engineering profession and application of the engineering design process. Development of fundamental engineering skills and competencies including problem solving, teamwork, experimental design, computer-aided design, prototyping, experimentation, data analysis, technical writing and lifelong learning. Multidisciplinary team project includes fabrication, troubleshooting and use of devices to solve authentic open-ended problem. *Corequisite(s): EGR 191L. Hours combined: studio/laboratory. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39921EGR191 - -PY - -CINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily BOpen20/30W (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


3.00 credits. Introduction to the engineering profession and application of the engineering design process. Development of fundamental engineering skills and competencies including problem solving, teamwork, experimental design, computer-aided design, prototyping, experimentation, data analysis, technical writing and lifelong learning. Multidisciplinary team project includes fabrication, troubleshooting and use of devices to solve authentic open-ended problem. *Corequisite(s): EGR 191L. Hours combined: studio/laboratory. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39922EGR191 - -PY - -DINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily BOpen20/30H (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


3.00 credits. Introduction to the engineering profession and application of the engineering design process. Development of fundamental engineering skills and competencies including problem solving, teamwork, experimental design, computer-aided design, prototyping, experimentation, data analysis, technical writing and lifelong learning. Multidisciplinary team project includes fabrication, troubleshooting and use of devices to solve authentic open-ended problem. *Corequisite(s): EGR 191L. Hours combined: studio/laboratory. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39923EGR191 - -PY - -EINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily BOpen18/30F (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


3.00 credits. Introduction to the engineering profession and application of the engineering design process. Development of fundamental engineering skills and competencies including problem solving, teamwork, experimental design, computer-aided design, prototyping, experimentation, data analysis, technical writing and lifelong learning. Multidisciplinary team project includes fabrication, troubleshooting and use of devices to solve authentic open-ended problem. *Corequisite(s): EGR 191L. Hours combined: studio/laboratory. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39366EGR191 -L-PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MClosed0/10T (09:30am-10:50am) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39367EGR191 -L-PY - -BINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MOpen2/10T (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39370EGR191 -L-PY - -CINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MOpen1/10W (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39371EGR191 -L-PY - -DINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MClosed0/10H (09:30am-10:50am) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39372EGR191 -L-PY - -EINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MClosed0/10H (04:00pm-05:20pm) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39373EGR191 -L-PY - -FINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti MOpen1/10F (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1741.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


1.00 credit. An introduction to prototyping. Students are trained for the general safe use of the Bolman Fabrication Laboratory while being introduced to the specific prototyping tools and equipment available in our facility. This course covers specific techniques and knowledge required for the proper use of the tools, materials and equipment in the lab including 3D printing and CNC machining. Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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39747EGR200 - -PY - -AENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECTDeGoede KOpen8/10By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECT


Variable credit. A student may participate in an ongoing research or design project for academic credit. Registration for this course must be approved by the supervising faculty member and the Department Chair. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to submit proposals for Independent Study (Engineering 480-489). Can be taken Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course may be repeated for credit.




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39789EGR200 - -PY - -BENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECTBatista Abreu JOpen9/10By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECT


Variable credit. A student may participate in an ongoing research or design project for academic credit. Registration for this course must be approved by the supervising faculty member and the Department Chair. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to submit proposals for Independent Study (Engineering 480-489). Can be taken Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course may be repeated for credit.




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39907EGR200 - -PY - -CENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECTDaily BOpen8/10By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECT


Variable credit. A student may participate in an ongoing research or design project for academic credit. Registration for this course must be approved by the supervising faculty member and the Department Chair. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to submit proposals for Independent Study (Engineering 480-489). Can be taken Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course may be repeated for credit.




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39374EGR210 - -PY - -ACIRCUIT ANALYSISBrinton MOpen3/25TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2284.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Introduction to linear circuit analysis and basic electric circuit components. Topics covered include DC analysis, AC analysis and transient analysis for circuits containing resistors, inductors, and capacitors. *Prerequisite(s): MA 121. *Corequisite(s): EGR 210L and PHY 202. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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EGR210 - -PY - -ACIRCUIT ANALYSISTH (08:00am-09:20am) EC HYBR
39375EGR210 - -PY - -BCIRCUIT ANALYSISBrinton MOpen7/25TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2284.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Introduction to linear circuit analysis and basic electric circuit components. Topics covered include DC analysis, AC analysis and transient analysis for circuits containing resistors, inductors, and capacitors. *Prerequisite(s): MA 121. *Corequisite(s): EGR 210L and PHY 202. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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EGR210 - -PY - -BCIRCUIT ANALYSISTH (09:30am-10:50am) EC HYBR
39376EGR210 -L-PY - -ACIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABEstrada T, Brinton MClosed0/18M (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1820.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




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39377EGR210 -L-PY - -BCIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABEstrada T, Brinton MOpen13/18M (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 1820.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




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39378EGR210 -L-PY - -CCIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABEstrada T, Brinton MOpen1/18T (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1820.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




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39053EGR248 - -PY - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BA 248)d'Agostino MOpen30/30MW (05:00pm-06:20pm) H 2124.00

QUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BA 248)


4.00 credits. Usage of quantitative methods and operations management concepts to optimize business decisions is learned. The quantitative methods covered are forecasting, decision making, inventory management, and linear programming. The operations management concepts are project management, statistical process control, materials requirement planning, enterprise resource planning, scheduling, reliability, acceptance sampling and learning curves. *Prerequisite(s): MA 251.




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39379EGR251 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGDaily BOpen2/20TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 1873.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING


3.00 credits. Introduction to environmental chemistry, chemical and biological kinetics, chemical process engineering, and risk assessment. Design and analysis of water, wastewater, solid waste, and air quality treatment systems. *Prerequisite(s): MA 121. Fall semester, even-numbered years.




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EGR251 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGTH (08:00am-09:20am) EC HYBR
39410EGR256 - -PY - -AENVIRONMENTAL SITE AND ENGINEERING DESIGNScanlin MOpen15/30TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) TH 1053.00

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE AND ENGINEERING DESIGN


4.00 credits. The theory and application of geophysical imaging methods to the investigation of subsurface materials and structures that are likely to have significant engineering and environmental implications. A wide variety of methods including seismic reflection, seismic refraction, electromagnetic, ground-penetrating radar, potential fields, electrical resistivity, and borehold logging will be introduced and examined. Natural and man-made disasters will be discussed. Includes a surveying and soil laboratory. *Prerequisites: PHY 201. *Corequisites: EGR 256 L. Fall semester.




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39411EGR256 -L-PY - -ASURVEYINGBatista Abreu JOpen6/12T (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1841.00

SURVEYING


1.00 credit. This laboratory provides a solid foundation in surveying fundamentals, and sufficient practice to develop the necessary skills to determine the position of, and the distance and angles between natural and man-made objects. It also explores methods to compute and depict surfaces using traditional and modern surveying equipment, field procedures and software. *Corequisite: EGR256. Fall semester.




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39380EGR260 - -PY - -ASTATICSBatista Abreu JOpen11/25TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2023.00

STATICS


3.00 credits. Equilibria of particles and rigid bodies subject to concentrated and distributed forces with practical applications to the design of mechanical structures. Topics include structural analysis of trusses and frames, internal forces in beans, friction, and machines. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 201 and MA 121. Fall semester.




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EGR260 - -PY - -ALAB - STATICSH (02:00pm-03:20pm) MA 2203A
39381EGR260 - -PY - -BSTATICSBatista Abreu JOpen3/25TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2023.00

STATICS


3.00 credits. Equilibria of particles and rigid bodies subject to concentrated and distributed forces with practical applications to the design of mechanical structures. Topics include structural analysis of trusses and frames, internal forces in beans, friction, and machines. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 201 and MA 121. Fall semester.




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EGR260 - -PY - -BLAB - STATICSH (02:00pm-03:20pm) MA 2203A
39382EGR264 - -PY - -AMECHANICS OF MATERIALSBatista Abreu JOpen2/31MW (09:30am-10:50am) TH 1054.00

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS


4.00 credits. Behavior of solids under pure (axial, torsional, flexural, shear) and combined loading. Formulation and application of equilibrium, kinematic and constitutive relations to determine forces, stresses, strains and deformations. Analysis of statically-indeterminate systems. Member strength and stability assessment. Includes a two-hour lab weekly lab. *Prerequisite(s): EGR 260 and MA 122. *Corequisite(s): EGR 264L. Fall semester.




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39383EGR264 -L-PY - -AMECHANICS OF MATERIALS LABBatista Abreu JOpen2/15W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1630.00

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany EGR 264 Strength of Materials.




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39412EGR264 -L-PY - -BMECHANICS OF MATERIALS LABBatista Abreu JOpen1/17W (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 1630.00

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany EGR 264 Strength of Materials.




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39384EGR310 - -PY - -ASIGNALS AND SYSTEMSEstrada TClosed0/28TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 1633.00

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. Analysis of continuous-time linear systems, discrete-time linear systems, and methods of signal sampling and reconstruction. Applications of Fourier Series, Fourier Transform and Laplace Transform. Exploration of digital signal processing using Matlab programming. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 202 and MA 122. Fall semester.




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39413EGR310 - -PY - -BSIGNALS AND SYSTEMSEstrada TOpen4/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1823.00

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. Analysis of continuous-time linear systems, discrete-time linear systems, and methods of signal sampling and reconstruction. Applications of Fourier Series, Fourier Transform and Laplace Transform. Exploration of digital signal processing using Matlab programming. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 202 and MA 122. Fall semester.




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39714EGR328 - -PY - -ABIO-ELECTRIC SIGNALS IN ENGINEERINGBrinton MOpen1/25TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1643.00

BIO-ELECTRIC SIGNALS IN ENGINEERING


3.00 credits. This course uses problem-based learning to introduce students to biomedical engineering design concepts, tools, and methodologies. Students will work in small groups and use virtual design and computational tools to propose and validate feasible solutions to real-world biomedical engineering problems with industrial and/or clinical relevance. *Prerequisite(s): EGR 201. Fall semester, even-numbered years.




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39385EGR332 - -PY - -ADIGITAL DESIGN I (CS 332)Wunderlich JOpen6/20MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2104.00

DIGITAL DESIGN I (CS 332)


4.00 credits. Introduction to Boolean Algebra, and discrete math. Design of combinational and sequential digitial logic circuits, and their use in computer architectures. Introduction to machine instructions and assembly language programming. Design of a simple microprogrammed computer. *Prerequisite(s): CS 121 or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




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39387EGR341 - -PY - -AINDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING METHODSJudd SOpen5/20W (06:00pm-08:20pm) TH 1053.00

INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING METHODS


3.00 credits. Production management with emphasis on process improvement, cost reduction, incentives and ergonomics. Students also conduct preliminary work for their senior project. *Prerequisites: MA 251. Fall semester, even-numbered years.




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39414EGR345 - -PY - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS IMPROVEMENTWickard TOpen8/20T (06:00pm-08:30pm) TH 1053.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS IMPROVEMENT


3.00 credits. This course introduces current approaches to improve work processes and establish effective control systems for ensuring the quality of process outputs. The six sigma methodology for reduction of process variability is explored. The use of financial management systems, engineering economics, and change management principles are introduced to measure improvement, make informed decisions, and encourage organizational change. Students use statistical software to achieve incremental and breakthrough improvement on a semester project. *Prerequisites: MA 251. Fall semester.




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39388EGR348 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSESMoran SOpen1/20H (06:00pm-08:30pm) H 1103.00

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSES


3.00 credits. This course explores subtractive and additive manufacturing processes with a primary focus on solidification processes, metal forming and sheet metalworking, material removal processes, property enhancing and surface processing operations, and joining and assembly processes. Students will specify manufacturing process for both low and high volume production in a semester project. *Prerequisites: PHY 201. Fall semester.




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39093EGR353 - -PY - -AGREEN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERINGWunderlich JClosed0/22WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1103.00

GREEN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING


3.00 credits. Green architectural engineering methods for residential, commercial, and industrial architectures and land development in industrialized countries. Green building design methods for active and passive heating and cooling including solar design. Natural day-lighting. Illumination engineering, Acoustical engineering, LEED standards of green buildings and neighborhoods. Regional and College Master plans. Related thermodynamic, fluid mechanics, optics, and acoustical fundamentals. Fall semester, even-numbered years.




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39391EGR360 - -PY - -ADYNAMICSDeGoede KOpen2/25MWF (08:00am-09:20am) N 2023.00

DYNAMICS


3.00 credits. Newtonian mechanics of rigid bodies in fixed and moving reference frames in two and three dimensions. Topics also include kinematics, energy and momentum analyses, inelastic collisions, non-constant mass systems, computer simulation, and the simple oscillator. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 201 and MA 122. Fall semester.




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EGR360 - -PY - -ADYNAMICSMWF (08:00am-09:20am) EC HYBR
39415EGR360 - -PY - -BDYNAMICSDeGoede KOpen7/25MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2023.00

DYNAMICS


3.00 credits. Newtonian mechanics of rigid bodies in fixed and moving reference frames in two and three dimensions. Topics also include kinematics, energy and momentum analyses, inelastic collisions, non-constant mass systems, computer simulation, and the simple oscillator. *Prerequisite(s): PHY 201 and MA 122. Fall semester.




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EGR360 - -PY - -BDYNAMICSMWF (09:30am-10:50am) EC HYBR
39392EGR395 - -PY - -AFALL SEMINAREstrada TOpen4/30H (04:00pm-04:50pm) EC RMTE1.00

FALL SEMINAR


1.00 credit. Seminar series with weekly presentations of topics of current interest in engineering and related fields. Speakers include practicing engineers and researchers from industry or other academic institutions, Elizabethtown faculty, and invited campus-wide speakers from a variety of disciplines. Fall semester.




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39416EGR401 - -PY - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IDeGoede K, Waters J, Estrada T, Daily BOpen4/40By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under the supervision of a team of faculty. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes testing, analysis and redesign, with the potential fabrication of an improved prototype or preliminary scaled manufacturing process design. Students work in groups of 3-5 students. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required.




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39417EGR401 - -PY - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IWunderlich JClosed0/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under the supervision of a team of faculty. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes testing, analysis and redesign, with the potential fabrication of an improved prototype or preliminary scaled manufacturing process design. Students work in groups of 3-5 students. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required.




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39904EGR475 - -PY - -AENGINEERING CO-OPDaily BOpen4/5By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING CO-OP


0.00 credits. Students with a declaration of engineering, computer engineering, and industrial engineering management are eligible to complete their degree under a Co-Op Program. The Co-Op Program extends the 4-year degree into a 5-year program. Under this option, students typically complete one or two seven-month co-op rotations: Spring/Summer and Summer/Fall. For more information, please refer to the Departmental page outlining the Engineering and Physics Programs in the online catalog. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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39393ES 113 - -6NPS-C-ANPS EARTH IN SPACE: EVOLUTION OF A PLANETScanlin MClosed0/49TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E GAUD4.00

NPS EARTH IN SPACE: EVOLUTION OF A PLANET


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A broad introduction to Earth System Science that integrates basic topics in geology and astronomy as a means to understand the origin and evolution of planet Earth. Dramatic events and processes that shaped Earth's history, such as big bang cosmology, stellar evolution, planetary formation, plate tectonics, the rock cycle, crustal deformation and mountain building, the evolution of continents and ocean basins, earthquakes and volcanism are explored. Includes discovery-oriented exercises, including field trips to local geological sites, the local planetarium and several stargazing sessions for firsthand study of materials containing evidence for the processes and events studied in class. *Corequisite: ES 113L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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39394ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS EARTH IN SPACE LABScanlin MClosed0/25M (11:00am-12:20pm) E 1840.00

NPS EARTH IN SPACE LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory that accompanies ES 113. *Corequisite: ES 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS EARTH IN SPACE LABM (11:00am-12:20pm) EC HYBR
39395ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS EARTH IN SPACE LABScanlin MClosed0/24M (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1840.00

NPS EARTH IN SPACE LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory that accompanies ES 113. *Corequisite: ES 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS EARTH IN SPACE LABM (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC HYBR
39397PHY101 - -PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS IYolleck AOpen15/30TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 1644.00

GENERAL PHYSICS I


4.00 credits. A study of the principles of physics, specifically that are required to be successful on the MCAT, including Newtonian mechanics (motion, work, energy, and static equilibrium), vibrational motion, mechanical waves, gases, fluids, and thermodynamics. *Prerequisite(s): Level II math placement or completion of Math Core requirement. Students who have credit for PHY 201 may not enroll in this course for credit. *Corequisite(s): PHY 101L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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39398PHY101 -L-PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS I LABYolleck AClosed0/15M (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1630.00

GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 101 General Physics I. *Corequisites: PHY 101 and 101D.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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39399PHY101 -L-PY - -BGENERAL PHYSICS I LABStaff NCancelled0/00.00

GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 101 General Physics I. *Corequisites: PHY 101 and 101D.




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39400PHY120 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSICDeGoede KOpen13/30MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1644.00

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSIC


4.00 credits. This course covers the applied mathematics needed to complete the calculus-based introductory physics sequence. Topics include functions, graphs, coordinate systems, series representations, trigonometry, vectors, matrices, systems of equations, differentiation, integration, and differential equations. Fall semester.




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PHY120 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSICMWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC HYBR
39401PHY202 - -PY - -ACOLLEGE PHYSICS IIStuckey WOpen13/27MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 1644.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS II


4.00 credits. A continuation of PHY 201. Calculus-based introduction to the basic concepts of electricity and magnetism to include electrostatics, magnetostatics, eletrostatic, potential, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, direct current circuits, alternating current circuits, Maxwell's equations, elecromagnetic radiation, and quantum mechanics. Students will write several MATLAB programs. *Prerequisite(s): A grade of C- or above in MA 121 or PHY 120, and PHY 201. Students who have credit for PHY 102 may not enroll in this course for credit. *Corequisite(s): PHY 202L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion 4, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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PHY202 - -PY - -ACOLLEGE PHYSICS IIMWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 163
39404PHY202 - -PY - -BCOLLEGE PHYSICS IIStuckey WOpen1/30MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 1644.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS II


4.00 credits. A continuation of PHY 201. Calculus-based introduction to the basic concepts of electricity and magnetism to include electrostatics, magnetostatics, eletrostatic, potential, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, direct current circuits, alternating current circuits, Maxwell's equations, elecromagnetic radiation, and quantum mechanics. Students will write several MATLAB programs. *Prerequisite(s): A grade of C- or above in MA 121 or PHY 120, and PHY 201. Students who have credit for PHY 102 may not enroll in this course for credit. *Corequisite(s): PHY 202L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion 4, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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PHY202 - -PY - -BCOLLEGE PHYSICS IIMWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 163
39405PHY202 -L-PY - -ACOLLEGE PHYSICS II LABStuckey W, Yolleck AClosed0/18W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1820.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS II LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 202 College Physics II. *Corequisite: PHY 202.




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39406PHY202 -L-PY - -BCOLLEGE PHYSICS II LABStuckey W, Yolleck AOpen3/18W (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 1820.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS II LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 202 College Physics II. *Corequisite: PHY 202.




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39409PHY202 -L-PY - -CCOLLEGE PHYSICS II LABStuckey W, Yolleck AOpen8/18H (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 1820.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS II LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 202 College Physics II. *Corequisite: PHY 202.




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RE
39446HRE225 - -5NCH-H-AHNR NCH HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTBucher CClosed0/154.00

HNR NCH HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EAST


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course - Honors) An introduction to the Hebrew Bible with emphasis on its ancient Near Eastern context. Readings will include myths, stories, laws, hymns, poetry and wisdom texts from Egypt, Babylonia and Ugarit, in addition to selected readings from the Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament). Honors students only. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39702REL170 - -RE - -APURPOSEFUL LIFE WORK IN BRETHREN PERSPECTIVEStaff NCancelled0/02.00

PURPOSEFUL LIFE WORK IN BRETHREN PERSPECTIVE


2.00 credits. This course will explore the intersection of purposeful life work choices and the theology of the Church of the Brethren. Sources for this exploration include the New Testament and Brethren writings, podcasts, and life stories. Students will be invited to think about their own life choices in conversation with the Brethren tradition.




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39457REL171 - -RE - -ARELIGION AND CLIMATE CHANGEBesse JOpen4/15T (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2012.00

RELIGION AND CLIMATE CHANGE


2.00 credits. This course looks at the ways in which religious attitudes shape views of climate change and global warming. With a focus primarily on attitudes in the USA, we look at differing religious responses to environmental crises and the underlying reasons for those differences. We also look at scriptural, theological, and moral arguments that motivate people of faith to action in response to global warming.




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39455REL290 - -5NCH-C-ANCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKHLong JClosed0/35MWF (12:30pm-01:45pm) MA 22034.00

NCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKH


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course is an introduction to and overview of the four major religions, or dharma traditions, that originated in the Indian subcontinent: Vedic dharma (popularly known as Hinduism), Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The course will examine the distinctive beliefs and practices of each tradition, while also emphasizing the common features, historical interactions, and close interconnections–both social and theological–among all four. Students who have received credit for either REL 291 OR REL 292 will receive 2.00 credits for the completion of this course. Students who have received credit for REL 291 AND REL 292 may not enroll in this course.




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39698REL290 - -5NCH-C-BNCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKHLong JClosed0/204.00

NCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKH


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course is an introduction to and overview of the four major religions, or dharma traditions, that originated in the Indian subcontinent: Vedic dharma (popularly known as Hinduism), Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The course will examine the distinctive beliefs and practices of each tradition, while also emphasizing the common features, historical interactions, and close interconnections–both social and theological–among all four. Students who have received credit for either REL 291 OR REL 292 will receive 2.00 credits for the completion of this course. Students who have received credit for REL 291 AND REL 292 may not enroll in this course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39695REL295 - -4WCH-C-AWCH ABRAHAMIC TRADITIONSKraenbring NOpen7/20MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) EC RMTE4.00

WCH ABRAHAMIC TRADITIONS


4.00 credits (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course surveys Judaism, Christianity, and Islam thorugh the examination and comparison of sacred texts and traditions, beliefs, rituals and practice, sacred place, and ethics. Guided Writing and Research. *Prerequisite(s): FYS 100, and EN 100 or EN 150.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39696REL320 - -RE - -APHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (PH 320)Long JClosed0/15MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1064.00

PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (PH 320)


4.00 credits. A study of various rational efforts, from within multiple religious traditions, to establish the validity of religious perspectives. Topics will include: the nature of religious experience, the relationship between faith and reason, arguments for the existence of God, the problem of evil, beliefs about the afterlife, religious pluralism, and the relationship between religion and ethics, and religion and science.




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39929REL490 - -RE - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESBucher COpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) credits. Students engage in an advanced level of research under the supervision of a religious studies faculty member to produce a thesis or other major research project. *Prerequisite: Junior or Senior status. A maximum of four credit hours from REL 490 may count toward the Religious Studies major or minor. Additional credits count as free electives. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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SO
39134AN 111 - -5NCH-C-ANCH UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURESBhattacharya MClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) MA 22034.00

NCH UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURES


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploratory survey of the peoples and cultures of the world with special emphasis upon four interrelated cultural systems: economy, technology, social organization and ideology.




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39137SO 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC DISCOVERING SOCIETYKozimor-King MClosed0/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

SSC DISCOVERING SOCIETY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to the sociological perspective to achieve an understanding of society and its impact on the individual through exploring social reality, processes and explanation.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39880SO 170 - -SO - -ARESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN THE CRIMINAL SYSTEMFitz COpen25/35M (06:00pm-09:00pm) N 2284.00

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN THE CRIMINAL SYSTEM


4.00 credits. In an era where our society is experiencing so much turmoil regarding the criminal justice system, it is critical that the College offer courses that address the issues of conflict and injustice that are so much part of that system, and that we offer alternatives to punishment and retribution that so often define this system. This course will provide hands-on methods for approaching conflict through a restorative lens and for applying the assumptions and values of an alternative approach to that of the current Criminal Justice system. This course provides an overview of restorative justice, a concept coined in the 1970s but attributed to both modern Western and indigenous practices for addressing harm in community. The course examines the evolution of these practices and the underlying principles and theories behind them, especially through their applications in North America and locally in Lancaster County, where several restorative practices are successfully implemented. Students will complete the course with a critical understanding and experiential grounding in the spectrum of restorative practices used across North America and the strengths and challenges of this movement to reform or even replace traditional retributive forms of criminal and civil justice.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39143SO 204 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUESKozimor-King MClosed0/25WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) EC RMTE4.00

SSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUES


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) This course is designed to introduce students to the issues, both national and global, that relate to population trends, policies and the environment. Students should leave this course with a basic understanding of demographic methods and techniques; familiarization with the three components of population studies: fertility, mortality and migration; a general knowledge of population policy issues, and a heightened awareness of the interactions between the environment and human society. Emphasis shall be placed on the sociological perspective of population and environmental issues as well as the role of the individual student in population and environmental solutions.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39888SO 205 - -SO - -ASOCIAL THEORYKanagy COpen13/24WF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2344.00

SOCIAL THEORY


4.00 credits. Examination and analysis of the development of the major classical and contemporary social theories with an emphasis on examining key concepts and how these have been applied in sociology and anthropology. *Prerequisites: SO 101 and AN 111.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39138SO 215 - -SO - -ACRIMINOLOGYKanagy COpen3/35WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E GAUD4.00

CRIMINOLOGY


4.00 credits. Criminological approaches to explaining criminal behavior with an emphasis on criminological theories and methods.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39139SO 220 - -SO - -ARACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONSKanagy COpen12/25WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2044.00

RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS


4.00 credits. Study of racial and cultural minorities in the United States and their relationships to dominant groups, including discrimination, prejudice, racial myths, and methods of reducing intergroup tensions.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39889SO 330 - -SO - -ARESEARCH METHODSKozimor-King MOpen4/14TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. Basic procedures of sociological research design, sampling, measurement and data analysis. *Prerequisite: SO 101. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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39140SO 342 - -SO - -AMODERN CORRECTIONSMiller-Landon TOpen12/24W (06:00pm-08:45pm) N 2044.00

MODERN CORRECTIONS


4.00 credits. Overview of the origins, processes, organization and contemporary trends of corrections for juveniles and adults, including problems and alternatives to current correctional policies.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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39141SO 352 - -SO - -AJUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICEGreene LOpen14/35T (06:00pm-08:45pm) ST 1144.00

JUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICE


4.00 credits. An analysis of young offenders focusing on delinquency theory, juvenile law, and components and processes of the juvenile justice system.




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39755SO 400 - -SO - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGYKozimor-King MOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may be registered for this course. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite(s): Invitation to Honors in the Discipline program. See Department Chair for additional information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
39756SO 400 - -SO - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGYKanagy COpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may be registered for this course. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite(s): Invitation to Honors in the Discipline program. See Department Chair for additional information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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39928SO 471 - -SO - -AINTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGYKozimor-King MOpen7/10By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY


Variable (0.00 to 8.00) credits. Applied field instruction in a subfield of sociology chosen to meet the needs of the student. A maximum of eight credit hours from Sociology 470-474 may count as sociology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite: permission of Internship Supervisor. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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SW
39029SW 160 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONSMapp SOpen7/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2074.00

SSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An orientation to the sociological and social work approaches of examining social problems and the development of social welfare policies and programs to reduce their severity and extent. An understanding of both sociological and social work theories and the way in which these theories form the foundation for research, service and advocacy is emphasized. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39030SW 233 - -SW - -AHUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTEberz KOpen4/25T (03:30pm-06:20pm) N 2104.00

HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT


4.00 credits. This course provides a study of the interrelationships of social systems, with particular emphasis upon the impact of the environment on human development throughout the life span. Special consideration is given to the influence of ethnicity, racism, sexism and ageism upon human behavior. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39031SW 280 - -SW - -AMULTICULTURAL COUNSELING SKILLSRamos TOpen2/25TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) EC RMTE4.00

MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING SKILLS


4.00 credits. Theories explaining human behavior and social interaction, in the context of social systems and social welfare, are discussed, analyzed and critically reviewed. Students learn about the cultural heritage of diverse groups, and about the need for equality and social and economic justice for all oppressed people. Students learn and role-play interpersonal relationships skills in a laboratory situation. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning in a diverse setting is required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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39032SW 330 - -SW - -AMETHODS OF SOCIAL WORK RESEARCHMapp SOpen18/25TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2054.00

METHODS OF SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH


4.00 credits. A focus upon the basic elements of the scientific method providing an overview of research designs commonly used in social sciences, including techniques for gathering, analyzing and presenting data. *Prerequisites: SW 160, 233, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39033SW 367 - -SW - -AGENERALIST SW PRACTICE I: INDIVIDUALSTeter HOpen29/35H (05:30pm-08:15pm) N 2074.00

GENERALIST SW PRACTICE I: INDIVIDUALS


4.00 credits. A focus on problem solving in generalist practice at the micro level (i.e., individuals) with diverse populations. A variety of interventions, assessment techniques and theories are studied in preparation for a required 40-hour supervised field experience. *Prerequisites: SW 160, SW 233 , or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39034SW 470 - -SW - -AINTRODUCTORY FIELD SEMINARHaffejee BOpen7/12M (08:30am-09:20am) EC RMTE1.00

INTRODUCTORY FIELD SEMINAR


1.00 credit. The course supports students during their fall internship hours through assignments that allow them to apply course knowledge to the field as well as discuss issues. *Prerequisite(s): SW 380 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 471. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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39035SW 471 - -SW - -AINTRODUCTORY FIELD INSTRUCTIONHaffejee BOpen5/10By Arrangement5.00

INTRODUCTORY FIELD INSTRUCTION


5.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 200 hours in an agency. Student begins to assume responsibility with client systems in such ways as monitoring tasks, providing support, conducting group activities, and assisting the social worker with other professional responsibilities. *Prerequisite(s): SW 380 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 470. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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WG
39677WGS105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SEX AND GENDER IN SOCIETYHaley-Mize LOpen10/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) LC MUS4.00

SSC SEX AND GENDER IN SOCIETY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Serving as an introduction to the fields of gender and women’s studies, this course is designed to help students understand the social construction of gender and its influence on women’s and men’s lives. The course addresses historical perspectives about women and gender, the structure of public and private institutions, and contemporary issues such as discrimination and harassment, health, and violence. Feminist theory and feminist research methods as well as broader social science methods of inquiry will be addressed. Offered every semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)