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ART 175 Worlds of Art--Images/Objects/Ideas (ES)
3 1288 E001LEC MTWTh 05:00PM – 08:50PM M1229 Zetzman, Franklin K (FA/ES)
An introduction to the visual arts, intended for the non-art major, which emphasizes cross-cultural perspectives - specifically the impact race and ethnicity have on artistic production, art criticism, art philosophies and aesthetics among the four major ethnic groups in the United States - African American, Native American, Asian American, and Hispanic/Latino American. Field trips may be required. FA/ES 3W8 Jul 16-Aug 3.
AST 100 Survey of Astronomy
3 1289 E001LEC TTh 06:15PM – 09:45PM M1069 Fowler, Douglas A (NS)
Descriptive survey of astronomy for students with minimal background in mathematics and science. Topics include the solar system, stars, nebulae, galaxies, cosmology, and astronomical methods. May be offered for 3 credits without laboratory work, or for 4 credits with laboratory work consisting of telescopic observation, laboratory demonstration,and astronomy exercises. Students may not earn credit for both AST 100 and 105. Prereq: High school algebra and geometry or cons. instr. NS; if 4 cr, also LS. Students may not receive credit for both AST 100 and AST 105. Prereq: High school algebra and geometry or cons. instr. 6W1 May 29-Jul 6.
BIO 101 Concepts of Biology
5 1290 E001LEC MW 08:30AM – 11:50AM M1012 Kroening, Dubear (NS/LS)
5 1291 E041LAB TTh 08:30AM – 11:50AM M1012 Kroening, Dubear (NS/LS)
(Previously BIO 109) An introduction to the fundamental principles of living organisms. Includes cell and tissue structure, growth, basic physiological processes, reproduction and inheritance, classification, evolution and ecology. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. NS/LS E041 is LAB that accompanies E001.
CHE 112 Foundations of Chemistry
2 1293 E001LEC MW 06:00PM – 08:55PM M1336 Rukamp, Brian J. (EL)
Designed to prepare students with limited science backgrounds for success in CHE 125, the CHE 145/155 sequence, or CHE 165. Through lectures and discussions, this course emphasizes fundamental chemical concepts, chemical nomenclature and problem-solving skills. EL 6W1 May 29-Jul 6. No class Jul 4.
CHE 352 Organic Chemistry Laboratory
2 1015 E050LAB TBA 08:00AM – 05:30PM M1069 Fetterly, Brandon M (NS/LS)
Basic laboratory techniques for organic chemistry including commonly used synthetic methods, purification and characterization of reaction products. Six to eight hours of laboratory per week. CHE 352 is equivalent to the combination of CHE 351 and CHE 361. A student may not earn more than two credits by taking CHE 351, CHE 352 and CHE 361. Recommended: a grade of C- or better in CHE 363 or concurrent registration. Prereq: a grade of C- or better in CHE 343 or cons. instr. NS/LS Course will meet 10 full days including Saturday June 2. No class on Sunday June 3. Contact the Office of Continuing Education for enrollment and tuition information.
CTA 103 Introduction to Public Speaking
3 1294 E001LEC MTWTh 09:30AM – 12:20PM M1342 Lovell, Paula (AP)
Study of the principles and techniques of effective speaking and listening in a variety of selected communication experiences. AP Jun 25-Jul 20. No class Jul 4.
ENG 102 Critical Writing Reading and Research
3 1304 E001LEC MW 09:00AM – 12:00PM M2819 Gillard, William F (CR)
A composition course focusing on researched academic writing that presents information, ideas, and arguments. Emphasis will be on the writing process, critical thinking, and critical reading. Prereq: A grade of C or better in ENG 101 Composition I or exemption through a sufficiently high placement assessment. 8W1 May 29-Jul 20. No class Jul 4.
GER 299 Intermediate Independent Reading
1 1455 E001IND TBA TBA TBA Holian, Timothy J.
Individual student(s) assigned readings, reports, and papers on topic determined by instructor. One-on-one meetings to be arranged. Prereq: GER 205 or GER 207 and cons. instr. * Instructor consent required.
GLG 101 Physical Geology
4 1307 E001LEC MW 08:30AM – 01:30PM M1065 Johnson, Beth A (NS/LS)
4 1326 E041LAB TTh 08:30AM – 01:30PM M1045 Johnson, Beth A (NS/LS)
Study of the physical nature of Earth: the processes in operation above, on and beneath the surface that continue to shape its physical evolution (e.g. volcanism, plate tectonics, faulting and earthquakes, glaciation, rivers); the origin and nature of common minerals and rocks and their distribution in the world; landscapes and their origins (e.g. mountain ranges, glacial forms, river valleys, etc.). Lab work includes the study of rocks and minerals, the interpretation of geological and topographic maps and aerial photographs, along with data, map and chart analysis. Two or four hours of lab per week depending on the credit. Field trip(s) may be required. May not be taken for credit by students who have had GLG 100. NS/LS
GLG 299 Independent Reading
2 1424 E001IND TBA TBA TBA Johnson, Beth A
Individual study under the supervision of an instructor. May involve seminar presentation. May be taken more than once if topic is different. Prereq: Cons. instr. AP * Instructor consent required.
HES 217 Social Aspects of Sport (ES): (IS)
3 1308 E001LEC MTWTh 08:30AM – 12:20PM M1341 Massey, Pamela (SS/ES/IS)
A course focusing on sport institutions as social organizations and how they function within a culture or society. Emphasis is placed on group structure and membership, as well as group pressure, socialization, stratification, and deviance as they apply to the sport's setting. Significant emphasis is placed on the role of minorities in sports. Selected topics include sport and: educational institutions, socialization, children, deviance, violence and aggression, gender and equity, race and ethnicity, social class, social mobility and stratification, economy, politics, religion, and the media. SS/ES 3W1 May 29-June 15.
LEC 105 Greek and Latin Origins of Medical and Scientific Terminology
3 1310 E001LEC MW 04:30PM – 08:50PM M1551 Gonya, Teresa J (EL)
The course is designed to acquaint students pursuing science and other majors with the origins of technical terms they are likely to encounter. EL 6W1 May 29-Jul 6. No class Jul 4.
MAT 091 Elementary Algebra
4 1311 E001LEC MWTh 06:00PM – 08:30PM M1319 Dewitt, Dee A.
Intended for students with little or no previous algebra. Topics include the real number system and operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, factoring, and introduction to quadratic equations. Jun 11-Aug 3. No class Jul 4.
MAT 105 Introduction to College Algebra
3 1313 E002LEC MTTh 06:00PM – 08:30PM M2827 Lu, Jinbo (EL)
Emphasizes algebraic techniques with polynomials, fractional expressions, exponents and radicals, linear and quadratic equations, and inequalities. Introduction to functions, their graphs, and analytic geometry. Prereq: A grade of C or better in Elementary Algebra or placement based on placement test score. EL MAT 105-02 6W1 May 29-Jul 6.
MAT 110 College Algebra
3 1432 E002LEC TTh 09:00AM – 11:40AM M2827 Lavrentiev, Alexander (CR/MS)
3 1314 E050LEC TTh 06:00PM – 07:55PM M2825 Tirel, Bertrand A (CR/MS)
Definition of function and sequence; linear and nonlinear functions and graphs including logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of linear equations and Gauss-Jordan method; theory of polynomial equations; conic sections and optional topics such as mathematical induction, matrix solution of linear systems and Cramer's rule. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 105 or placement based on placement test score. MS 6W4 Jun 18-Jul 27. MAT 110 E050 is a Blended course. A portion of the learning activities have been moved online and time traditionally spent in the classroom is reduced. Minimal computer skills are strongly recommended for Blended courses.
MAT 113 Trigonometry
2 1315 E001LEC TTh 09:00AM – 11:25AM M2848 Tirel, Bertrand A (MS)
Trigonometric functions, their basic properties and graphs, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, solving trigonometric equations, solutions of triangles. Prereq: (a) a grade of C or better in MAT 110 (b) concurrent registration in MAT 110 or (c) placement based on placement test score. MS 6W4 Jun 18-Jul 27.
MAT 234 Calculus of Several Variables
3 1316 E001LEC TTh 06:00PM – 08:40PM M1341 Lavrentiev, Alexander (MS)
Continuation of MAT 222. Analytic geometry of three dimensions, functions of several variables, and multiple integration. This course is equivalent to MAT 223 without differential equations. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 222 or equivalent. Students may not receive credit for both MAT 223 and MAT 234. MS 8W3 Jun 11-Aug 3.
MAT 271 Ordinary Differential Equations
3 1431 E039LEC M 04:30PM – 09:30PM TBA Lavrentiev, Alexander (MS)
Ordinary differential equations of the first and second order, series solutions, higher order linear equations, the Wronskian, Laplace transform and applications, numerical methods and boundary value problems. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 222. MS This course is only for specific NWTC/Stout program students.
MUA 134 1st Yr Trumpet/Cornet
2 1442 E001LEC TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman, Lynda D (AP)
Instructor consent required.
PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
3 1317 E050LEC Th 05:00PM – 09:05PM M1351 Kreider, S. Evan (HU)
An introduction to philosophy as the activity of clarifying ideas, developing positions, and evaluating arguments on problems such as what is, what ought to be, freedom, God, and knowledge. Some reference to positions of leading figures and schools of thought in the history of philosophy is usually involved. HU 4W5 Jun 25-Jul 20. PHI 101 E050 is a Blended course. A portion of the learning activities have been moved online and time traditionally spent in the classroom is reduced. Minimal computer skills are strongly recommended for Blended courses.
PSY 250 Life Span Developmental Psychology
3 1319 E001LEC MTTh 09:00AM – 11:30AM M1341 Phillippi-Immel, Kathy R. (SS)
A survey of human development theories and research. Topics include the biological, cognitive, emotional, and social development of the individual from the prenatal period through old age and the process of death and dying. Students taking PSY 250 may not also receive credit for PSY 360 or PSY 362. Prereq: PSY 201/PSY 202 (grade of C- or better) or cons. instr. SS 6W4 Jun 18-Jul 27.
PSY 299 Directed Study in Psychology
2 1459 E001IND TBA TBA TBA Phillippi-Immel, Kathy R.
Directed reading of the literature in a particular subject, possibly including a research project, under the personal supervision of the instructor. Prereq: PSY 201 or PSY 202 (grade of C- or better) and cons. instr. * Instr. Cnsnt.
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
3 1320 E050LEC T 06:00PM – 08:40PM M1336 Peter, Greg A. (SS)
Introduction to the basic concepts, theories and methods of Sociology, emphasizing the significance of the self and culture, social process and organization, and forces of social stability and change. SS 6W1 May 29-Jul 7. SOC 101 E050 is a Blended course. A portion of the learning activities have been moved online and time traditionally spent in the classroom is reduced. Minimal computer skills are strongly recommended for Blended courses.
AIS 101 American Indian Studies (ES/IS)
3 1177 Q381LEC Online Online Online Wall, George R (SS/ES/IS)
3 1178 Q382LEC Online Online Online Gralewicz, Renee (SS/ES/IS)
3 1179 Q383LEC Online Online Online Polodna, Carolyn R (SS/ES/IS)
An interdisciplinary introduction to the history, culture, and sovereignty of American Indians through the disciplines of Anthropology, Business, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology. The course focuses on Wisconsin Indians, meeting the requirements of Wisconsin Act 31. SS/ES/IS.
ANT 100 General Anthropology
3 1180 Q381LEC Online Online Online Hays, Christopher T (SS)
A survey of the subfields of anthropology, especially archaeology and physical and cultural anthropology. The course explores human biological evolution and variation, cultural evolution, language, and culture change. SS
ART 181 Survey: Ancient and Medieval Art
3 1181 Q381LEC Online Online Online Watson III, Samuel E (FA)
Art and architecture from the Old Stone Age to the Gothic era. Field trip. Lecture. FA
ART 183 Survey: Renaissance - Modern Art
3 1183 Q381LEC Online Online Online Watson III, Samuel E (FA)
Architecture, sculpture, painting, and decorative arts from the Late Middle Ages to the modern era. Field trip. Lecture. FA
BIO 141 Heredity
3 1184 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kroening, Dubear (NS)
3 1185 Q382LEC Online Online Online Kroening, Dubear (NS)
(Previously BIO 160) Principles of heredity with applications to plant, animal and human inheritance; current advances in genetics and their bearing on the life sciences. Lecture and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. NS
BUS 101 Introduction to Business
3 1186 Q381LEC Online Online Online Henke, Diana L (EL)
Introduction to the role of business in the modern political, social and economic environments; describes career opportunities. EL
BUS 201 Introductory Accounting
4 1188 Q381LEC Online Online Online Raunio, Matthew I. (AP)
4 1189 Q382LEC Online Online Online Miller, Diane E (AP)
Fundamental principles, terminology, techniques, and applications; books, accounts and financial statements for retailing and wholesaling concerns; treatment and presentation of proprietorship, partnership and corporate accounts. Prereq: Open to second semester freshmen or cons. instr. AP
BUS 204 Managerial Accounting
3 1190 Q381LEC Online Online Online Polodna, Carolyn R (AP)
Interpretation and application of accounting reports by management in planning, coordinating, and controlling business activities; presentation, analysis and interpretation of financial data; internal control and reports to management; cost-volume-profit relationships, budgets, costs, and managerial decision making. Prereq: BUS201. AP
BUS 210 Business Communication
3 1192 Q381LEC Online Online Online Horikawa, Elizabeth S (AP)
3 1193 Q382LEC Online Online Online Halverson, Jill M (AP)
(BUS 210 and ENG 210 are the same course.) Study and practice of the techniques of achieving clarity, brevity and effectiveness in business communication. Planning, preparation, critiquing of business letters, memoranda, short and long reports, resumes, manuals of procedure, and oral reports. Prereq: ENG 102 or cons. instr. AP
BUS 230 Introduction to Management Information Systems
3 1196 Q381LEC Online Online Online Butler, Andrea B. (AP)
An introductory course designed to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of management information systems and their concepts including the use of information systems for management decision-making and the impact of information systems on management. Topics may vary as technology changes but the students will learn the tools of productivity (i.e. Excel) such as electronic spreadsheet, data base, and graphics. Prereq: Second-semester freshman or cons. instr. AP
CHE 123 Chemistry and Society
3 1198 Q381LEC Online Online Online Franz, Thomas P (NS)
A course for non-science majors that covers basic chemistry concepts in a social context. May include explorations of how chemistry impacts the environment, public health, energy policies, and other contemporary social issues. Consists of lectures and may also include discussions and demonstrations. Not a suitable prerequisite for higher-level chemistry courses or pre-professional programs. A student may not earn more than four credits by taking CHE 121, CHE 123 and CHE 124. NS
CHE 203 Survey of Biochemistry
3 1199 Q381LEC Online Online Online Selby, Talitha M (LS)
3 1438 Q382LEC Online Online Online Owens, Phillip Clyde (NS/LS)
A foundational course in the chemical makeup and metabolic processes of living organisms. Consists of lectures and may also include discussions and demonstrations. Together CHE 125 and CHE 203 constitute a year course with emphasis on organic and biological chemistry. A student may not earn more than four credits by taking CHE 203/211 and CHE 204, or CHE 204 and CHE 250. A student may not earn more than three credits by taking CHE 203 and CHE 250. Prereq: A grade of C- or better in CHE 125 or C- or better in CHE 145 with cons. instr. or cons. instr. NS; if combined with CHE 211, also LS
CPS 105 Computer Applications
3 1202 Q381LEC Online Online Online Sivasamy, Ahilan (AP)
Principles and use of computer applications including word processors, spreadsheets, and data bases. May also cover other applications such as telecommunications, graphics, statistics, simulations, or CAI. Does not include teaching of programming. Course may not be taken more than once for degree credit. Students may not receive credit for both CPS 105 and any of CPS 106, CPS 107, CPS 108. AP.
CPS 139 Web Page Development
2 1203 Q381LEC Online Online Online Johnson, Mechtild M (AP)
Development of web pages using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. Introduction to XML documents and XHTML standards. This course involves extensive hands-on experience. AP
CTA 103 Introduction to Public Speaking
3 1200 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kathol, Nichole K (AP)
3 1201 Q382LEC Online Online Online Kathol, Nichole K (AP)
Study of the principles and techniques of effective speaking and listening in a variety of selected communication experiences. AP
ECO 203 Economics - Macro
3 1204 Q381LEC Online Online Online Milani, Hamid (SS)
The emphasis of the course is on macro analysis and covers areas such as national income, commercial banking, business fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth. Designed for students who desire a basic one-year course (with ECO 204) in economics. Prereq: MAT 105 and ENG 101 or cons. instr. recommended. SS
ECO 204 Economics - Micro
3 1206 Q381LEC Online Online Online Payesteh, Sayeed (SS)
3 1207 Q382LEC Online Online Online Taheri, Abbas A (SS)
Emphasizes the micro economic approach concerning households, firms, and market structures with a focus on price determination and distribution of income. Foreign trade and international financial institutions are included. Prereq: MAT 105 and ENG 101 or cons. instr. recommended. SS.
EDU 230 Educational Psychology
3 1208 Q381LEC Online Online Online Bugaj, Albert M (SS)
A study of the developmental process in children in the context of psychological principles of teaching and learning. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of children and adolescents. Attention will be directed toward the nature and conditions of learning, including the major types of learning, critical aspects of learning, and the problems encountered in fostering and directing learning. Prereq: PSY 201 or PSY 202 or EDU 201 (grade of C- or better or cons. instr.) SS
EDU 300 The Exceptional Individual
3 1209 Q381LEC Online Online Online Weis, Cyndie K (SS)
The Exceptional Individual: The purpose of this course is to educate and prepare students to understand and work with individuals with disabilities within schools by providing accurate information about disabilities and current best practices in education. Emphasis will be placed on understanding historical, legal, and philosophical frameworks; defining categories of disability; describing legal and ethical perspectives; how issues of accessibility in educational and social arenas affect people with disabilities; learning the role disability plays in the lives of families; becoming familiar with label criteria for disabilities; and the examination of how the referral/placement processes can either discriminate against marginalized populations or facilitate inclusion. Prereq: PSY 201 or PYS 202 (grade of C- or better or cons. instr.); EDU 201 and either PSY 250 or PSY 360 recommended. SS
EGR 282 Engineering Economics
3 1210 Q381LEC Online Online Online Josifek, Pamela L (EL)
Economic and financial factors in the engineering environment to be considered in managerial decision making. Emphasizes the time value of money, present worth analysis, uniform series, rate of return, benefit cost ratios, depreciation, income taxes, inflation. Prereq: MAT 110, EGR 105 or EGR 103 or CPS 107 or consent of instructor. EL
ENG 101 College Writing and Critical Reading
3 1211 Q381LEC Online Online Online Krupnow, Richard L (EL)
3 1212 Q382LEC Online Online Online Krupnow, Richard L (EL)
A composition course focusing on academic writing, the writing process, and critical reading. Emphasis will be on essays that incorporate readings. Prerq: A grade of C or better in a basic writing course (ENG 097, ENG 098, or LEA 106 when taken as a three-credit course) or exemption through a sufficiently high placement assessment.
ENG 102 Critical Writing Reading and Research
3 1213 Q381LEC Online Online Online Johnson, Stephanie (CR)
3 1214 Q382LEC Online Online Online Benson, Heather L. (CR)
3 1215 Q383LEC Online Online Online Magestro, Molly Ann (CR)
3 1216 Q384LEC Online Online Online Cooper-Murphy, Lisa (CR)
3 1217 Q385LEC Online Online Online Siegel, Jason J (CR)
A composition course focusing on researched academic writing that presents information, ideas, and arguments. Emphasis will be on the writing process, critical thinking, and critical reading. Prereq: A grade of C or better in ENG 101 Composition I or exemption through a sufficiently high placement assessment.
ENG 203 Creative Writing I
3 1218 Q381LEC Online Online Online Friederich, Joel (AP)
3 1219 Q382LEC Online Online Online Friederich, Joel (AP)
Chiefly devoted to writing and studying one or more of the following: fiction, poetry and drama. Prereq: Exemption from ENG 101 through a sufficiently high placement assessment, or completion of ENG 101, or cons. instr. AP
ENG 210 Business Communication
3 1194 Q381LEC Online Online Online Horikawa, Elizabeth S (AP)
3 1195 Q382LEC Online Online Online Halverson, Jill M (AP)
(BUS 210 and ENG 210 are the same course.) Study and practice of the techniques of achieving clarity, brevity and effectiveness in business communication. Planning, preparation, critiquing of business letters, memoranda, short and long reports, resumes, manuals of procedure, and oral reports. Prereq: ENG 102 or cons. instr. AP
ENG 250 Introduction to Literary Studies
3 1220 Q381LEC Online Online Online Gradisek, Amanda R (HU)
3 1221 Q382LEC Online Online Online Gradisek, Amanda R (HU)
An introduction to the discipline of literary studies through its fundamental approaches to reading, interpreting, and writing about a variety of texts, ranging from the classic to the contemporary with the goal of understanding, appreciating, and enjoying literature. Prereq: Exemption from ENG 098 based on placement test score or completion of ENG 098 or cons. instr. HU
ENG 278 Multicultural Literature in America (ES): MULTI LIT IN AMERICA(ES/IS/WE)
3 1222 Q381LEC Online Online Online Murrenus Pilmaier, Valerie A. (HU/ES/IS)
3 1434 Q382LEC Online Online Online Murrenus Pilmaier, Valerie A. (HU/ES/IS)
A study of ethnic literatures in America, chiefly African American, Asian American, Native American, and/or Latino, though not necessarily limited to these groups. May be taken for credit more than once if content changes. Prereq: Exemption from ENG 101 based on placement test score or ENG 101 or cons. instr. HU/ES
GEO 101 Introduction to Cultural Geography
3 1223 Q381LEC Online Online Online Adam, Iddrisu (SS)
A survey of world patterns of culture, such as population, language, religion, urban and rural settlement, and their causal relationships, emphasizing the global diversity of world cultures, contrasting world views and the issues thus raised. SS
GEO 170 Disasters-Living on the Edge
4 1224 Q381LEC Online Online Online McCluskey, James M (NS/LS)
4 1225 Q382LEC Online Online Online Shears, Andrew B (NS/LS)
4 1440 Q383LEC Online Online Online Sanborn, Robert K (NS/LS)
(Same as GEO 170) Study of various environmental hazards, their causes, impacts on humans, and mitigations. Core topics are natural hazards (earthquakes, volcanoes, flooding, landslides, tornadoes, hurricanes), and anthropogenic hazards (climate change/global warming, nuclear hazards, and overpopulation). Additional topics may be covered: coastal hazards, pollution of groundwater, air, soil, and water, other atmospheric hazards (extreme weather, droughts), impacts from space, extinctions, biohazards, chemical hazards, and terrorism. NS; if 4 cr, also LS with lab work.
GLG 170 Disasters-Living on the Edge
4 1226 Q381LEC Online Online Online McCluskey, James M (NS/LS)
4 1227 Q382LEC Online Online Online Shears, Andrew B (NS/LS)
4 1441 Q383LEC Online Online Online Sanborn, Robert K (NS/LS)
(Same as GEO 170) Study of various environmental hazards, their causes, impacts on humans, and mitigations. Core topics are natural hazards (earthquakes, volcanoes, flooding, landslides, tornadoes, hurricanes), and anthropogenic hazards (climate change/global warming, nuclear hazards, and overpopulation). Additional topics may be covered: coastal hazards, pollution of groundwater, air, soil, and water, other atmospheric hazards (extreme weather, droughts), impacts from space, extinctions, biohazards, chemical hazards, and terrorism. NS; if 4 cr, also LS and will include lab work.
HIS 101 History of the United States: From the Era of the Columbian Exchange to the Era of the Civil War
3 1228 Q381LEC Online Online Online Sexauer, Connie F (SS/ES)
A survey of American political, economic, social, and intellectual history from the Age of European Exploration and the period of colonization to the era of the American Civil War. As an Ethnic Studies (ES) course, this course thoroughly integrates the experiences of African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanics, and/or Asian Americans into US history in a manner that fosters understanding and appreciation of the perspectives and experiences of at least two of these groups as well as their contributions to, and interactions within, American society. SS/ES
HIS 102 History of the United States: From the Era of the Civil War to the Present (ES)
3 1229 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kleiman, Jeffrey D (SS/ES)
3 1230 Q382LEC Online Online Online Kallgren, Daniel C (SS/ES)
A survey of American political, economic, social, and intellectual history from the era of the Civil War to the Present. As an Ethnic Studies (ES) course, this course thoroughly integrates the experiences of African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanics, and/or Asian Americans into US history in a manner that fosters understanding and appreciation of the perspectives and experiences of at least two of these groups as well as their contributions to, and interactions within, American society. SS/ES
HIS 105 History of Western Civilization from Ancient Times to the Era of the Renaissance
3 1234 Q381LEC Online Online Online Berger, Jean K (HU)
Survey of Western Civilization from ancient times through the Renaissance, emphasizing the distinctive features of Western culture, political development, economic development, and the contributions made by non-Western people. HU
HIS 106 History of Western Civilization from the Era of the Renaissance to Contemporary Times
3 1236 Q381LEC Online Online Online Degnitz, John A (HU)
3 1454 Q382LEC Online Online Online Zorea, Aharon (HU)
Survey of Western Civilization from the Renaissance to contemporary times, emphasizing the further development of Western culture, political institutions, and economic institutions, including reference to the interaction among the peoples of the modern world. HU
MAT 091 Elementary Algebra
3 1237 Q381LEC Online Online Online Miller, Janette E
3 1238 Q382LEC Online Online Online Vanderhoef, Kurt Richard
Intended for students with little or no previous algebra. Topics include the real number system and operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, factoring, and introduction to quadratic equations.
MAT 105 Introduction to College Algebra
3 1239 Q381LEC Online Online Online Thomas, Jamie A (EL)
3 1240 Q382LEC Online Online Online Hussein, Khaled (EL)
Emphasizes algebraic techniques with polynomials, fractional expressions, exponents and radicals, linear and quadratic equations, and inequalities. Introduction to functions, their graphs, and analytic geometry. Prereq: A grade of C or better in Elementary Algebra or placement based on placement test score. EL
MAT 108 Quantitative Reasoning
3 1241 Q381LEC Online Online Online Bhatia, Kavita G (CR/MS)
This course is intended to develop analytic reasoning and the ability to solve quantitative problems. Topics to be covered include construction and interpretation of graphs, functional relationships, descriptive statistics, geometry and spatial visualization, math of finance, exponential growth, and basic probability. Appropriate use of units and dimensions, estimates, mathematical notation and available technology will be emphasized throughout the course. Prereq: (a) two years of high school algebra, (b) a grade of C or better in MAT 105 or (c) course(s) equivalent to (a) or (b). MS
MAT 110 College Algebra
3 1243 Q381LEC Online Online Online Cahill, Rotraut C (CR/MS)
3 1243 Q381LEC Online Online Online Peterson, Roger D (CR/MS)
3 1244 Q382LEC Online Online Online Teweldemedhin, Amanuel (CR/MS)
3 1245 Q383LEC Online Online Online Cahill, Rotraut C (CR/MS)
3 1245 Q383LEC Online Online Online Peterson, Roger D (CR/MS)
Definition of function and sequence; linear and nonlinear functions and graphs including logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of linear equations and Gauss-Jordan method; theory of polynomial equations; conic sections and optional topics such as mathematical induction, matrix solution of linear systems and Cramer's rule. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 105 or placement based on placement test score. MS
MAT 113 Trigonometry
2 1246 Q381LEC Online Online Online Bartlett, Michael O (MS)
2 1439 Q382LEC Online Online Online Bartlett, Michael O (MS)
Trigonometric functions, their basic properties and graphs, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, solving trigonometric equations, solutions of triangles. Prereq: (a) a grade of C or better in MAT 110 (b) concurrent registration in MAT 110 or (c) placement based on placement test score. MS
MAT 117 Elementary Statistics
3 1247 Q381LEC Online Online Online Bartlett, Michael O (MS)
3 1248 Q382LEC Online Online Online Almanassra, Mahmoud F (MS)
3 1250 Q383LEC Online Online Online Shlapak, Yuriy (MS)
3 1249 Q384LEC Online Online Online Almanassra, Mahmoud F (MS)
The primary aim of the course is a basic understanding and use of statistical concepts and methods to facilitate study and research in other disciplines. Includes measures of central tendency, measures of variability, grouped data, the normal distribution, central limit theorem, hypothesis testing, estimation, T-distribution and chi square test. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 105 or MAT 108 or equivalent. MS
MAT 223 Calculus & Analytical Geometry III
5 1252 Q381LEC Online Online Online van Groningen, Anthony (MS)
Continuation of MAT 222. Analytic geometry of three dimensions, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, multiple integration, and introduction to differential equations. Prereq: A grade of C or better in MAT 222 or equivalent. MS
MLG 100 Introduction to Meteorology
4 1253 Q381LEC Online Online Online Johnson, Darrel A (NS/LS)
4 1254 Q382LEC Online Online Online Smith, Bruce G (NS/LS)
The study of the conditions and the processes of the atmosphere that constitute weather. This includes both description and explanation of various atmospheric processes. Topics include: solar energy budget, heating of the atmosphere, temperature, air pressure, winds, atmospheric moisture, precipitation, air masses, fronts, mid-latitude cyclones, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, analysis of weather maps and forecasting. NS (if 4 cr. also LS)
MUS 170 Fundamentals of Music
3 1255 Q381LEC Online Online Online Davis, Cara S. (AP)
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of music through experiences with the keyboard, rhythm instruments, singing, listening, and note reading. Required for some elementary education majors and open to the general student. Acceptable as preparation for a music major or minor program. AP
MUS 273 Jazz History and Appreciation (ES)
3 1256 Q381LEC Online Online Online Erickson, Jeffrey (FA/ES)
3 1257 Q382LEC Online Online Online Erickson, Jeffrey (FA/ES)
An introduction to the styles and forms of jazz through a study of its history, literature, cultural influences, musical structure, and prominent performers. Includes recorded listening experiences. FA/ES
PHI 202 Feminist Philosophy
3 1260 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kozma, Melissa (HU)
(PHI 202 and WOM 202 are the same course.) An introduction to feminist philosophies through a study and critique of traditional and feminist views about women, their lives, society, and knowledge, with particular attention to theories of women's oppression. HU
PHI 237 Technology Values and Society
3 1259 Q381LEC Online Online Online Dunn, Timothy J. (HU)
An examination of the ethical issues in technology, which may include freedom, censorship, privacy, equality, democratic participation, intellectual property, education, law enforcement, institutional change, and work. HU
PHI 259 Philosophy and Racism (ES)
3 1262 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kozma, Troy (HU/ES)
Examination of the concept of race in the societies that use this notion to structure themselves - with concentration on its use in the United States. The following topics are part of the course: what racism is, particularly how racism is seen from the dominant standpoint as opposed to how racism is seen from those who experience it; how the structure of racism has differed in regard to different ethnic groups; comparison of the experience of at least two different ethnic groups in the US in this regard; the place (or lack of place) of (im)morality in the creation of and in solutions to the problem. HU/ES
POL 104 American Government and Politics
3 1263 Q381LEC Online Online Online Hankenson, Margaret Hirschberg (SS)
Analysis of the decision-making structure and processes of American national government, including the role of parties and interest groups, and the value preferences within American society which affect the formation of public policy. SS
POL 120 Politics of Crime and Punishment
3 1264 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kasper, Eric (SS)
Focuses on the competing goals of public policy in criminal justice, from public order, due process, efficiency, rights and liberties. Analyzes the interplay of key actors including police, courts and prisons in policy-making and implementation. Includes the role of media and myth. SS
POL 175 International Politics
3 1265 Q381LEC Online Online Online Rogal, Geoffrey C (SS)
Global problems, issues and debates since the end of the Cold War, including terrorism, cultural and religious conflict and changing power relations. Impact of social, economic and technological change and evolution of the state system. Cooperative problem-solving and peace-making. SS
PSY 201 Introductory Psychology
4 1266 Q381LEC Online Online Online Hensch, Shirley (SS)
4 1267 Q382LEC Online Online Online Hensch, Shirley (SS)
Survey of major content areas in Psychology. Topics include research methodology, learning, memory, cognition, biological psychology, sensation, perception, motivation, emotion, development, personality, psychopathology, and social psychology. Students may not receive credit for both PSY 201 and PSY 202. SS
PSY 210 Statistical Methods in Psychology
3 1269 Q381LEC Online Online Online Hendrick, Crystal Lynne (MS)
3 1270 Q382LEC Online Online Online Bashinski, Howard (MS)
An introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include measures of central tendency, measures of variability, correlation and regression, sampling distributions, and hypothesis testing procedures including t-tests, and analysis of variance. Prereq: PSY 201 or PSY 202 (grade of C- or better) or concurrent registration and introductory college algebra (MAT 105) or exemption, or cons. instr. MS
PSY 250 Life Span Developmental Psychology
3 1271 Q381LEC Online Online Online Tollefsrud, Linda (SS)
3 1272 Q382LEC Online Online Online Rinzel, Jill A (SS)
3 1447 Q383LEC Online Online Online Tollefsrud, Linda (SS)
A survey of human development theories and research. Topics include the biological, cognitive, emotional, and social development of the individual from the prenatal period through old age and the process of death and dying. Students taking PSY 250 may not also receive credit for PSY 360 or PSY 362. Prereq: PSY 201/PSY 202 (grade of C- or better) or cons. instr. SS
PSY 309 Abnormal Psychology
3 1273 Q381LEC Online Online Online Ihde, Neil J (SS)
3 1274 Q382LEC Online Online Online Ihde, Neil J (SS)
Contemporary theory and research on abnormal behavior, includes diagnostic categories, approaches to treatment and understanding of abnormal behavior. Prereq: PSY 201 or PSY 202 (grade of C- or better) or cons. instr. One additional course in psychology is recommended. SS
REL 101 Introduction to the Study of Religion: Intro to Study of Rel (IS)
3 1275 Q381LEC Online Online Online Powell II, James K (HU/IS)
3 1276 Q382LEC Online Online Online Edwards, Richard M (HU/IS)
This course introduces students to various methods employed in the academic study of religion and will provide opportunity for students to apply these methods to diverse expressions of the religious life. HU
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
3 1278 Q381LEC Online Online Online Anand, Jayant (SS)
3 1280 Q382LEC Online Online Online Atwood, Dana R (SS)
Introduction to the basic concepts, theories and methods of Sociology, emphasizing the significance of the self and culture, social process and organization, and forces of social stability and change. SS
SOC 234 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (ES)
3 1279 Q381LEC Online Online Online Wang, Juchuan C (SS/ES)
The experience of American racial, religious, ethnic and nationality groups. The nature of intergroup relations in the United States. Relationship of intergroup dynamics to social change, and to basic ideological, technological, and institutional structures and processes. Emphasis on social conflict over the distribution of economic and political power, family patterns, housing, education and access to the legal system. Prereq: Not recommended for first-semester students. SS/ES
WOM 101 Introduction to Women's Studies (IS)
3 1282 Q381LEC Online Online Online Labrie, Janet M (SS/IS)
An introduction to the major issues addressed by women's studies with an emphasis on interdisciplinary social science theories and methodologies involved in gaining accurate knowledge about women's lives and contributions to society, both within the United States and around the world. Perspectives, texts, and methodologies from across the social science disciplines ranging from history, economics, sociology, political science, public health, criminal justice, psychology, and others will be used to understand the experience of women and the cultural construction of gender. SS/IS
WOM 202 Feminist Philosophy
3 1261 Q381LEC Online Online Online Kozma, Melissa (HU)
(PHI 202 and WOM 202 are the same course.) An introduction to feminist philosophies through a study and critique of traditional and feminist views about women, their lives, society, and knowledge, with particular attention to theories of women's oppression. HU
WOM 210 Women's Health & Sexuality in Society (ES)
3 1283 Q381LEC Online Online Online Hendrick, Crystal Lynne (SS/ES)
This course will offer basic facts about the structure and functioning of the female body; issues in women's health and sexuality will be approached interdisciplinarily and will include physical, mental, emotional, and social health and wellness topics and will be framed by discussions of race, class, and other cultural identities. Cultural, social, economic and political contexts will be explored. SS, ES
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