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FALL 2010 Undergraduate & Graduate Course Schedule

Please refer to www.webster.edu/academics/schedule.shtml for the most current information. Undergraduate Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Undergraduate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Graduate Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Graduate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

Registration Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Undergraduate Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Online Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Graduate Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

Undergraduate Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Downtown, Westport and Winghaven

Graduate Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Evening/Weekend Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123

Tuition, Payment and Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16


TABLE OF CONTENTS Undergraduate and Graduate Calendar Undergraduate Registration Information Graduate Registration Information General Education Courses General Information Tuition and Fees UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Accounting Advertising/Marketing Communications Animation Anthropology/Sociology Arabic Art Art History Audio Production Biology Broadcast Journalism Business Chemistry Chinese Computer Applications Computer Science Dance Economics Education Electronic and Photographic Media English English as a Second Language Ethics Film Production Film Studies Finance French General Studies German Health Science History Human Rights Individualized Learning Experiences Interactive Digital Media International Languages and Cultures International Relations International Studies Italian Japanese Journalism Latin Legal Studies Management Mathematics Media Communications Multicultural Studies Music Musical Theatre Nursing Philosophy Photography Physics Political Science Psychology Public Relations Religious Studies Russian Science Scriptwriting

Spanish Speech Writing Thai Theatre Video Production Women's Studies Writing GRADUATE PROGRAMS Advertising Art Arts Management and Leadership Biology Business Business and Organizational Security Management Communication Arts Computer Science/Distributed Systems Counseling Doctor of Management Early Childhood Education Education for Global Sustainability Educational Leadership Educational Technology Finance Gerontology Graduate Certificate in Decision Support Systems Graduate Certificate in Web Services Health Services Management Human Resources Development Human Resources Management Information Technology Management International Business International Languages and Cultures International Relations Legal Analysis Legal Studies Management Marketing Mathematics Media Communications Multidisciplinary Studies Music Nursing Patent Practice Procurement and Acquisitions Management Public Relations Reading School System Superintendency and Leadership Social Science Special Education Teaching English as a Second Language Graduate Professional Seminars Undergraduate Online Courses Graduate Online Courses Interdisciplinary Minors and Certificates Evening and Weekend Courses: Undergraduate Downtown Campus Webster Groves Campus Westport Campus Winghaven Campus Evening and Weekend Courses: Graduate Downtown Campus Webster Groves Campus Westport Campus Winghaven Campus

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2010 FALL SEMESTER UNDERGRADUATE CALENDAR

Undergraduate registration begins ................................................................................................................................................. April 5-7 Non-degree seeking undergraduate registration begins ................................................................................................................... July 26 Freshmen move in to residence halls .........................................................................................................................................August 19* Residence hall move-in day for all other undergrads ..................................................................................................................August 20* Undergraduate weekend classes for Fall 1 begin ........................................................................................................................ August 20 Online Undergraduate Fall and Fall 1 students may login .......................................................................................................... August 20 New undergraduate student orientation .................................................................................................................................. August 20-22 Undergraduate Fall 1 and semester classes begin ...................................................................................................................... August 23 Last day to add undergraduate Fall 1 and semester classes....................................................................................................... August 27 Last day to drop undergraduate Fall 1 and semester classes .................................................................................................September 3 **Labor Day - University Holiday (U.S.) ...............................................................................................................................September 6 Last day to withdraw from undergraduate Fall 1 classes ............................................................................................................. October 1 FALL BREAK- Undergraduate only .................................................................................................................................. October 18-22 Undergraduate weekend classes for Fall 2 begin ...................................................................................................................... October 22 Online Undergraduate Fall 2 students may login ...................................................................................................................... October 22 Undergraduate regular Fall 2 classes begin .............................................................................................................................. October 25 Last day to add undergraduate Fall 2 classes ........................................................................................................................... October 29 Undergraduate petitions for December graduates due in Registrar's Office .............................................................................. October 29 Last day to drop undergraduate Fall 2 classes .........................................................................................................................November 5 Undergraduate registration for Spring 2010 begins ................................................................................................................. November 1 Last day to withdraw from undergraduate semester classes ..................................................................................................November 19 **Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes ............................................................................................................................ November 25-26 Last day to withdraw from undergraduate Fall 2 classes ..........................................................................................................December 3 Undergraduate finals (see schedule, page 8) ................................................................................................................... December 13-17 Residence halls close for holidays ..........................................................................................................................................December 17 *These dates are subject to change. Please check the Student Life and Services website for the most up-to-date information. ** Classes will be rescheduled by individual instructors.

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2010 FALL SEMESTER GRADUATE CALENDAR Registration begins All Graduate Programs ..................................................................................................................................... April 12 Non-degree seeking M.A., M.B.A. registration begins .................................................................................................................... June 21 M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. weekend classes for Fall 1 begin ..................................................................................................... August 13 Online MA, MBA and Graduate Certificate Fall and Fall 1 students may login ........................................................................... August 13 M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall 1 and semester classes begin .................................................................................................... August 16 M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. petitions for Oct. graduates due in Academic Advising Center ......................................................... August 16 Online Graduate School of Education (MAT/MA/MET/EDS) Fall and Fall 1 students may login ............................................... August 20 M.M., M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 1 and semester classes begin............................................................................... August 23 Last day to drop M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall 1 classes ......................................................................................................... August 27 Last day to drop M.M, M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 1 classes .................................................................................September 3 *Labor Day - University Holiday (U.S.).................................................................................................................................September 6 Last day to withdraw from M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall 1 classes ....................................................................................September 24 Last day to withdraw from M.M., M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 1 classes ..................................................................... October 1 NO Fall Break for M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall Break- School of Education Graduate Classes .............................................................................................................. October 18-22 M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. weekend classes for Fall 2 begin .................................................................................................... October 15 Online MA, MBA and Graduate Certificate Fall 2 students may login ....................................................................................... October 15 M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall 2 regular classes begin ............................................................................................................ October 18 M.A., M.B.A., M.S. petitions for Dec. graduates due in Academic Advising Center ................................................................... October 18 Online Graduate School of Education (M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S.) Fall 2 students may login ................................................. October 22 M.M., M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 2 classes begin .................................................................................................. October 25 Last day to drop M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. regular Fall 2 classes ........................................................................................... October 29 M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. and M.M. petitions for December graduates due in Registrar's Office ............................................. October 29 Last day to drop M.M., M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 2 classes ................................................................................ November 5 Graduate registration for Spring 2010 Begins ........................................................................................................................ November 15 *Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes ............................................................................................................................. November 25-26 Last day to withdraw from M.A., M.B.A., M.S., D.Mgt. Fall 2 classes .....................................................................................November 26 Last day to withdraw from M.M., M.S.N., M.A./M.A.T./M.E.T./Ed.S. Fall 2 classes ..................................................................December 3 *Classes will be rescheduled by individual instructors.

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Tuition Payment Codes Each time you register for classes, you will need to supply a payment code indicating how you will pay your tuition. This code must be entered into the Webster University computer system before your registration can be processed. Please read the information below to determine what your code will be when registering. Note: If you pay your tuition using more than one method, please include all codes when registering. All Financial arrangements must be completed two weeks before classes begin.

If you… Pay tuition in full by cash,

Your code is…

Remember to…

PD

Pay in full 2 weeks before the term begins.

TM

You may apply at the Business Office,

check, or credit card. Pay tuition and prefer to make monthly payments using the

the campus you attend, or visit

Deferred Payment Plan.

www.webster.edu/bursar.

Fund your tuition primarily through

FA

Complete your financial aid at least two

grants, scholarships, and/or loans. Are reimbursed by your employer

weeks before the term begins. ER

Submit your employer’s letter verifying employment

for your tuition.

and tuition reimbursement program at the time of registration or two weeks before the term begins to the Business Office. Selecting this option may result in a deferred payment fee.

Note: If your company reimburses a

ER and

Follow the above requirements for each of

portion of tuition and you pay the rest,

PD or TM

these codes.

your code is… Work for a company that pays Webster

DB

Submit your employer’s letter/voucher verifying

University directly.

employment and direct billing program to the Business Office at the time of registration or two weeks before the term begins.

Receive partial or full tuition

TA

Submit the Tuition Assistance form at the time

assistance from the Military and

of registration.

Government (Civil Service). Note: If you receive partial tuition

TA and

Follow the above suggestions for each of

assistance from the military and

PD or TM

these codes.

you pay the rest, your code is... Receive tuition assistance from the Veteran’s Administration (VA) or

For VA contact the Webster University Registrar’s VA or VR

Office at 314/968-7446. For VR contact the Business Office at

Vocational Rehabilitation VR). Receive the tuition remission

(314) 968-7410 if you have questions regarding your benefits. TR

Submit completed Tuition Remission

benefit from Webster as an

application form to the Business Office

employee, or the spouse, dependent

two weeks before the term begins.

or other designate of the employee You may contact the Business Office by phone at 1-800-981-9803, fax at (314)963-6105, or the mailing address Webster University, attn: Business Office 470 E. Lockwood Ave, St. Louis, MO 63119.

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Payment code:

Webster UNIVERSITY CLASS REGISTRATION FORM Service Location:___________ Term:__________

ID #: Name: Permanent Address:

SS #: Program: Current School Year Address

Permanent Phone #: Last Attended Webster: Planned Graduation Date: Degree: (e.g., B.A., M.A., Non-degree) 1st Major: Emphasis: 2nd Major: Minor:

Current School Year Phone: Employer’s Name: Employer’s Address:

Dept. & Course Number

Sec. No.

Work Phone: Fax: E-mail address:

Title

Crs Hrs

Total: Student Signature Date:

Advisor Signature: (Advisor Signature Not Required for Graduate Students except School of Education Graduate students and for courses below the 5000 level)

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Fall 2010 Registration UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION Full Registration: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 5:00 a.m.*: All undergraduates may begin web registration. Advisor approval is required. Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 8:00 a.m.: All undergraduates may begin registration in person in the Registrar’s Office at 8:00a.m. and in Academic Advising at 8:30a.m. Advisor approval is required. Advanced Registration for Seniors: Monday, April 5, 2010 at 5:00 a.m.*: All seniors may begin web registration. Advisor approval is required. Monday, April 5, 2010 at 8:00 a.m.: All seniors may begin registration in person in the Registrar’s Office at 8:00a.m. and in Academic Advising at 8:30a.m. Advisor approval is required. A senior is a student with 90 credits at the end of the current semester. Advanced Registration for Juniors: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 at 5:00 a.m.*: All juniors may begin web registration. Advisor approval is required. Tuesday, April 6, 2010 at 8:00 a.m.: All juniors may begin registration in person in the Registrar’s Office at 8:00a.m. and in Academic Advising at 8:30a.m. Advisor approval is required. A junior is a student with 60 credits at the end of the current semester. *Telephone assistance will not be available to solve any problems that may arise until 8:00a.m.

Graduate Registration Monday, April 12, 2010 at 8:30 a.m.: Web and in person registration begins for all St. Louis metropolitan area and online graduate students. No advisor permission is required. All first-time graduate students must register with an advisor. Graduate students may register in person at the usual service locations. Please use the registration form found in this schedule.

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Student Academic Services on the Web Come visit the Webster University web site! The following list of features is available to you. Register for classes Check/update your address and phone number (in Biographical) View/print your grades

Print a student copy of your transcript View/print your degree audit Request Grade Mailer View, print and/or pay your bill View your financial aid information Request Parking tags View/print a copy of your schedule Update your anticipated graduation date (in Biographical)

What should you do? Log into your Connections account. Click on the Student tab Click on “here” in the Student Academic Services box Enter your Connections Username and Password Click on the Set Options button Click on the appropriate program Click on Spring Semester Enter 2010 for the year Click on the Submit Options button Click on the Registration button and follow the instructions If you have not already set up your Connections account you will need to do so. To do this go to www.webster.edu and click on Connections login. Follow the Connections Account Setup Instructions. If you have difficulties setting up your account please contact the University Helpdesk

AFTER YOU ENROLL IN AN ONLINE COURSE 1. Go to the Online Programs web site at http://www.webster.edu/online. 2. Select the Quick Start Guide under the course login button. The Quick Start Guide will provide you with information about: a. Technical Requirements for Blackboard Vista b. Tutorials for navigating in Blackboard Vista and using the course tools c.

Other pertinent information for using the Blackboard Vista

3. Order your textbooks from Webster’s online bookstore at http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/webster.htm. You will st

need the textbooks for your course during the 1 week of class! 4. Check the Academic Calendar at www.webster.edu/online for program login dates. Select the Academic Calendar link from the More Information box on the right side of the screen. 5. Log into CONNECTIONS at http://connections.webster.edu, select the Student tab and click on My Courses on the appropriate login date/time. Students will have access to their online courses anytime after 12 pm standard time on the login date. 6. Contact the Webster University Help Desk for problems accessing or using Blackboard Vista.

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UNIVERSITY RESOURCE OFFICES University administrative office hours are 8:30-4:30 or 5:30 Monday-Thursday, and 8:30-4:30 Friday. The Academic Advising Center (568 Garden) is open from 8:30-5:30 Monday-Thursday, and 8:30-4:30 Friday. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS College of Arts & Sciences

David Wilson, Dean

WEBH 218

968-7160

Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts

Peter Sargent, Dean

MUSC103

968-7006

School of Business & Technology

Benjamin Ola Akande, Dean

SVER 235

968-5951

School of Communications

Debra Carpenter, Dean

SVER 132

968-7147

School of Education

Brenda Fyfe, Dean

WEBH 224

968-6913

Academic Advising Center

Thomas Nickolai, Director

568 Garden

968-6972

Academic Resource Center

Barbara Stewart, Director

LRTH 45

968-7495

Center for Interdisciplinary Studies

Kate Parson, Chair

PRSN

246-7887

Emerson Library

Laura Rein, Dean

#1 Edgar Rd.

968-7152

Online Learning Center

Dan Viele, Director

539 Garden

968-7474

Experiential and Individualized Learning

Lori Diefenbacher, Coordinator

WEBH 346

246-8054

Teacher Certification

Peggy Peel, Coordinator

WEBH 226B

968-7058

Study Abroad

Guillermo Rodriquez, Director

LRTH 163

246-7881

David Garafola, VP

LRTH 275

968-7406

Bursar

WEBH 101

968-7414

Graduate and Evening Student Admissions

Sarah Nandor, Director

WEBH, 1st Floor

968-7100

D.Mgt

John Orr, Director

SVER 218

968-8765

M.A.T., M.A., M.E.T. and Ed.S.

Marilyn Heaven, Director

WEBH 232

968-7491

M.M.

Glen Bauer, Director

MUSC 209

968-7037

M.S. (Computer Science)

Al Cawns, Director

SVER 201

968-7127

M.S. (Nurse Anesthesia)

Jill Stulce, Director

WEBH 15

246-7846

M.S.N.

Mary Ann Drake, Coordinator

WEBH 200

968-7482

M.A. (Art)

Jeffrey Hughes, Director

8350 Big Bend

968-7159

M.F.A. (Arts Management & Leadership)

Lana Pepper, Director

8350 Big Bend

968-7171

M.A. (School of Communications)

Susan Seymour, Director

SVER 240

246-7527

M.A. (Counseling)

Stacy Henning, Worldwide Director

WEBH 315

246-8215

M.A. (Gerontology)

Karen Bono, Coordinator

WEBH 310

368-7969

M.A. (Legal Studies)

Robin J. Higgins, Director

WEBH 316

246-8724

Old Post Office

Nicole Roach, Director

DWTN

968-5966

Westport

Mary Smith, Senior Director

WEST

968-5955

Winghaven

Mary Smith, Senior Director

WING

636-561-2400

Paul Carney, Vice President

LRTH 354

968-6974

Matt Nolan, Assoc. VP Enrl Mngt

WEBH, 1st Floor

968-7089

Admissions (Undergraduate)

Andrew Laue, Interim Director

WEBH, 1st Floor

968-6991

Bookstore

Jeff Smithson, Manager

554 Garden

968-5936

Financial Aid

Jon Gruett, Director

WEBH 102

968-6903

International Recruitment

Calvin Smith, Director

WEBH, 1st Floor

968-7138

Registrar's Office

Don Morris, University Registrar

LRTH 63

968-7450

Student Affairs

Ted Hoef, Assoc. VP & Dean

UNCT

968-6980

Colette Cummings, Associate Dean

UNCT

968-7105

John Buck, Associate Dean

RWES

246-4663

Athletics

Tom Hart, Director

UNCT

968-6984

Career Services

Tamara Gegg-LaPlume, Director

568 Garden

968-6982

Counseling and Life Development

Patrick Stack, Director

540 Garden

968-7030

Food Service

Brad Woodroffe, General Manager

Marletto’s

968-6902

Health Services

Ann Brophy, Director

540 Garden

968-6922

Multicultural Center/International Student Affairs

Kirstin Kahaloa,Assistant Director

536 Garden

246-7649

Niki Femmer, Assistant Director

536 Garden

246-7596

Residential Life & Housing

Sarah Tetley, Asst. Director

RWES

246-4663

Student Employment

Liz Condon-Oakberg, Coordinator

568 Garden

246-7641

University Center

John Ginsburg, Director

UNCT

968-7105

Webster Village Apartments

Chris Rice, Community Director

520 Garden

246-2030

Information Technology Helpdesk

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Business Office

968-5995

GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAM

METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SITES

STUDENTS AND ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

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UNDERGRADUATE INFORMATION ADMISSION INFORMATION Students interested in becoming degree seeking must submit the following documents for evaluation: 1) A completed application form accompanied by a nonrefundable $35 fee. Students can apply electronically at http://admissions.webster.edu. 2) Official transcripts from all colleges, universities, or other postsecondary institutions attended. Applicants who have completed fewer than 30 credit hours should also submit an official high school transcript. 3) A 300-500-word essay on a topic of your choice and a detailed resume. Evening transfer students may submit a resume in place of the essay.

UNDERGRADUATE NON-DEGREE REGISTRATION First-time non-degree students wishing to attend class on campus may begin the registration procedure at one of the following: For day classes – Undergraduate Admissions, WEBH, 1st Floor (314-968-6991) For evening classes – Evening Student Admissions, WEBH, 1st Floor (314-968-7100) Students must bring in an unofficial transcript with a GPA of 2.5 or higher, or a copy of a degree certificate. Full payment is due at the time of registration. Students must take courses for the number of credits listed in the schedule or catalog. Non-degree students wishing to attend class at the metropolitan sites may begin registration at the site. Non-degree registration begins 30 days before the start of the term. There is a non-refundable application fee of $35.00.

UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING Newly accepted undergraduate students will be notified and asked to contact the Academic Advising Center or a St. Louis metropolitan site for their first registration and information appointment. The telephone number of Academic Advising is 314-968-6972.

UNDERGRADUATE FINALS SCHEDULE FOR FALL 2010 MONDAY, DECEMBER 13 Time of Class 8:30-9:50 or 9-9:50 MWF 11-11:50 MWF 1-1:50 MWF or 1-2:20 MW 3-3:50 or 3-5 MWF WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15 Time of Class 10-10:50 MWF or 10-11:20 MW Noon-12:50 MWF 2:00-2:50 MWF or 2:00-3:20 MW

Exam Time 8-10 am 10:30 am-12:30 pm 1-3 pm 3:20-5:20 pm

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14 Time of Class 10-11:20 TR or 10-11:50 TR 11:30-12:50 TR or 12-1:20 TR 3-4:30 or 4-5:30 TR 4-5 MWF or 4-5:30 MW

Exam Time 8-10 am 10:30 am-12:30 pm 1-3 pm 3:20-5:20 pm

Exam Time 8-10 am 10:30 am-12:30 pm 1-3 pm

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 Time of Class 8:30-9:50 or 8-9:50 TR 1 or 1:30-2:50 TR 8-8:50 MWF

Exam Time 8-10 am 10:30am-12:30pm 1-3 pm

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 Make up day, if necessary. Follow the schedule of the day exams were cancelled.

Note for Block Classes (day classes which meet for 3-4 hours one afternoon per week): Your final will be held during exam week at the same time and day as your class regularly meets.

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UNDERGRADUATE GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES COURSES WITH CRITICAL THINKING CODE: COURSES WITH HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS CODE: ANSO ANSO COSC COSC COSC COSC EDUC EDUC HIST INTL LEGL MATH MATH MEDC PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL POLT PSYC PSYC RELG RELG WOMN

1020 2550 1550 1570 1580 2810 2800 3150 2600 2700 4460 1580 1610 1630 1010 1100 2010 2020 2320 1550 2100 2550 1080 3050 1010

Social Issues [VAL] Dynamics of Decision Making Computer Programming I Math For Computer Science I [MTH] Logic for Computer Science [MTH] Systems Analysis and Design Foundations in Education [VAL] Education in a Diverse Society [VAL] Methods of Research Methods of Political Inquiry Mthds of Lgl Rsrch & Writing I [COM] Formal Logic [MTH] Calculus I [MTH]` Media Literacy [COM] Introduction to Critical Thinking Introduction to Philosophy [HUM] Informal Logic [COM] Formal Logic [MTH] Contemporary Moral Problems [VAL] Intro to Pltcl Argumntn/Debate [COM] Psychology of Adjustment [VAL] Dynamics of Decision Making Thinking Through Religions [VAL] Philosophy of Religion [VAL] Intro to Women's Studies [VAL]

ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ARHS ARHS ARHS ARHS BJRN BUSN ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL FLST FLST FREN GNST GNST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HRTS INTL ISTL JOUR MNGT MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUTH PHIL PHIL

COURSES WITH COMMUNICATIONS CODE: EDUC GNST JOUR LEGL MEDC MEDC MEDC PHIL POLT POLT SPCM SPCM WRIT WRIT WRIT WRIT WRIT WRIT

2110 2200 1030 4460 1010 1050 1630 2010 1000 1550 1040 1280 1010 2000 2072 2090 2400 3100

Communication in Education Transfer Student Seminar Fundamentals of Reporting Legal Research and Writing I [CRI] Introduction to Mass Communications Introduction to Media Writing Media Literacy [CRI] Informal Logic [CRI] Topics in Politics Intro to Pltcl Argmntn/Debate [CRI] Public Speaking Interpersonal Communication Composition Advanced Composition

Writing for Change Writing in the Workplace Introduction to Professional Writing Report and Proposal Writing

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1073 1080 1090 2040 2073 2210 2320 2350 3390 2070 3100 1510 1520 2020 2030 2050 2060 3150 1400 2500 1010 1100 1150 1300 1310 1320 1500 2000 2060 2080 2130 2200 2210 2220 2250 2280 2310 2320 2340 2400 2550 1100 1500 2450 2360 2340 2030 2040 3170 3180 1030 2300 2310

Introduction to Archaeology Human Evolution [CUL] Intro to Geography: World and Regional [CUL]

North American Indians [CUL] Topics in Archaeology History of Western Art [ART] Intro to Asian Art [CUL] Intro Topics in Art History [ART] Art and Art Cultures [CUL] History of Broadcasting Issues: History of Amrcn Tech Major Dramatists I [HUM] Major Dramatists II [HUM] Major British Writers I [HUM] Major British Writers II [HUM] History of Film Modern World Cinema French Civilization [CUL] Civilization and the Arts [HUM] Honors Sem: Written in Red Ink? Topics in History World Civilization before 1500 [HUM] History of Popular Culture Revolutionary America [VAL] Nineteenth Century America [VAL] Twentieth Century United States American Studies Social History [VAL] Gender and Family [VAL] History of Disease and Medicine Refugee and Migration Movements [VAL] History of Medieval Society [HUM] Renaissance and Reformation [HUM] Modern Europe History of Russia [CUL] History of England [HUM] Encounters with History African-American History [VAL] History of American Bus and Mngt Modern Asia [CUL] History of the Consumer Society [VAL] Understanding Human Rights [VAL] The World System Since 1500 20th Century Latin America [CUL] Hstry/Prin of Amrcn Journalism History of American Bus and Mngt Survey of Music History I [ART] Survey of Music History II [ART] Jazz History I [CUL] Jazz History II [CUL] Hstry Amrcn Musical Theatre [ART] Social and Political Philosophy [HUM] Intro to Scientific Understanding [SCI]


PHIL PHIL PHIl PHOT RELG RELG SPAN THEA THEA

2510 2520 2540 2040 1060 2200 3150 2030 2040

Philos Classics: Ancnt Greece/Rome [HUM] Philos Classics: Early Mod Europe [HUM] American Philosophy History of Photography World Religions [HUM] Renaissance & Reformation Cult/Civ Spnsh Spkng Wrld [CUL] Hist of Theatre:Greeks-Restoration [ART] Hist of Theatre:18th Cent-Modrn [ART]

RELG RELG RELG SPAN SPAN SPAN THEA

2200 1000 1050 4900 1030 1050 1510 1520 2020 2030 2050 2070 2110 2210 3250 4250 4650 1400 2004 3250 4250 1100 2200 2210 2280 3000 2030 2680 2400 3150 1100 2300 2510 2520 1070 2400 1060 2030 2070 2080 2100 3100 3120 3130 3180

Christianity [CUL] Islam [CUL] African Religions [CUL] Introduction to Literature [CUL] Topics in Literature [CUL] Advanced Topics [CUL] Theatre Appreciation [ART]

COURSES WITH VALUES CODE: ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO BUSN EDUC EDUC EDUC EDUC ENGL ENGL ETHC GNST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HLSC HLSC HRTS INTL INTL INTL LEGL LEGL LEGL LEGL LEGL LEGL MEDC MEDC MEDC PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL POLT POLT

COURSES WITH HUMANITIES CODE: ARHS ART ART ECON ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL FREN FREN FREN GNST GNST GRMN GRMN HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST INTL INTL LEGL MEDC PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL POLT POLT RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG

3190 3200 3210 3250 4250 4650 1050

Current Art [ART] Introduction to Studio Art [ART] Art Appreciation [ART] History of Economic Thought Introduction to Literature Introduction to American Literature Major Dramatists I [HST] Major Dramatists II [HST] Major British Writers I [HST] Major British Writers II [HST] Major U.S. Writers I Major U.S. Writers II Perspectives [CUL] Literature Into Film [ART] Intro to French Literature [CUL] Topics in Literature [CUL] Advanced Topics [CUL] Civilization and the Arts [HST] Topics in Liberal Arts Intro to German Literature [CUL] Topics in Literature [CUL] World Civilization before 1500 [HST] History of Medieval Society [HST] Renaissance and Reformation [HST] History of England [HST] Ideas in Hstry: Hstry of Econ Thght International Law [CUL] Intl Relations: Poltcl Theories [VAL] Introduction to Law Topics: Religion & Media Introduction to Philosophy [CRI] Social/Political Philosophy [HST] Philos Classics: Ancient Greece/Rome [HST] Philos Classics: Early Modern Europe [HST] Intro to Political Theory [VAL] Introduction to Law World Religions [HST] Contemporary Topics Intro to Eastern Religions [CUL] Intro to Western Religions [CUL] Religion and Literature Hinduism [CUL] Buddhism [CUL] Religions of China and Japan [CUL] Judaism [CUL] 11

1010 1020 1070 2000 2030 2475 2650 4300 2550 2800 2900 3150 1060 3140 1000 2005 1300 1310 2000 2060 2130 2320 2550 1310 3200 1100 2620 2650 2680 2080 2080 2080 2080 2080 3000 2200 2800 3800 2050 2080 2110 2320 2330 2340 2360 1060 1070

Introduction to Sociology [CUL] Social Issues [[CRI] Intro to Cultural Anthropology [CUL] Issues in Contemporary Society Culture and Communication [CUL] Topics in Sex and Gender Nonverbal Behavior Business Ethics Student Literacy Corps [CUL] Foundations in Education [CRI] The Exceptional Individual Education in a Diverse Society [CRI] Protest Literature {CUL] Women Create Women Issues and Problems in Ethics Topics in Liberal Arts Revolutionary America [HST] Nineteenth Century America [HST] Social History [HST] Gender and Family [HST] Refugee and Migration Movements [HST] African-American History [HST] History of the Consumer Society [HST] Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle Issues in Women’s Health Understanding Human Rights [HST] Ideological Influences in Intl Relations The Politics of Peace Intl Relations: Political Theories [HUM] Topics in Law: Race, Gender and Justice Topics in Law: Law and Poverty Topics in Law: Crime and Justice in America Topics in Law: Women and Law Topics in Law: Juvenile Law [CUL] Legal Ethics Ethics in the Media Cultural Diversity in Media [CUL] Studies in Cultural Diversity Philosophy of Education [CUL] Topic:Social Implctns of Artfcl Intllgnc [SCI] Introduction to Ethics Contemp Moral Problems [CRI] Philosophy & Technology Medical Ethics Environmental Ethics Intro to American Politics Intro to Political Theory [HUM]


POLT POLT POLT POLT POLT POLT POLT POLT PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG WOMN

1080 1750 2050 2060 2070 2250 2500 2550 2000 2100 2200 2250 2300 2400 2475 2650 1000 1040 1050 1080 2050 2150 2430 2440 2450 2500 3050 4310 1010

Intro to Comparative Politics [CUL] State and Local Government Contemporary American Politics Politics and Gender Politics and Race [CUL] Politics in Industrialized World [CUL] Interdisciplinary Approach to Politics Politics of Development [CUL] Issues in Contemporary Psychology Psychology of Adjustment [CRI] Child Psychology [SCI] Adolescent Psychology [SCI] Lifespan Development [SCI] Educational Psychology [SCI] Topics in Sex and Gender Nonverbal Behavior Roots of Religion Phenomena [CUL] Experience and Values Thinking Through Religions [CRI] Religion and Human Values Existence and Meaning [CUL] Environments and Religion Religion and Social Action Death and Dying Gender, Culture and Religion [CUL] Philosophy of Religion [CRI] Business Ethics Introduction to Women’s Studies [CRI]

FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN GNST GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN GRMN HIST HIST HIST HIST HLSC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC ILC INTL INTL ISTL ISTL ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL LATN LATN LEGL MEDC MULC MUSC MUSC

COURSES WITH CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING CODE: ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ANSO ARHS ARHS EDUC ENGL ENGL ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG ESLG FILM FREN FREN FREN

1010 1070 1080 1090 2030 2040 2320 3390 2550 1060 2110 1000 2000 3070 3150 3170 3230 3240 3310 4000 4250 3160 1070 1080 1090

Introduction to Sociology [VAL] Intro to Cultural Anthropology [VAL] Human Evolution [HST] Intro to Geography: World and Regional [HST]

Culture and Communication [VAL] North American Indians [HST] Intro to Asian Art [HST] Art and Art Cultures [HST] Student Literacy Corps [VAL] Protest Literature [VAL] Perspectives [HUM] Beginning English as a Second Language Intermed English as Second Language Advanced Intensive English Cult/Civlztn of English Spkng World Advanced Discussion Skills Adv Reading/Writing Skills Level I Adv Reading/Writing Skills Level II Advanced Language Skills Adv English as Second Language Research Writing/Library Skills Topics in Film Studies [ART] Intnsv Intro to French: Level I Intnsv Intro to French: Level II Elementary French: Level I 12

1100 2090 2100 2170 3090 3150 3250 4090 4170 4250 4650 2006 1070 1080 1090 1100 2090 2100 2170 3090 3150 3250 4170 4250 2250 2400 2420 2440 3100 1070 1090 1100 1170 2000 2090 2100 2150 2610 3550 4000 4050 4150 4600 2030 2630 1000 2450 1090 1100 2090 2100 1090 2090 2080 2800 2010 1070 1070

Elementary French: Level II Intermediate French: Level I Intermediate French: Level II Intermed Conversational French Advanced French French Civilization [HST] Intro to French Literature [HUM] Topics in Advanced Language Advanced Conversational French Topics in Literature [HUM] Advanced Topics [HUM] Topics in Liberal Arts Intnsv Intro to German: Level I Intnsv Intro to German: Level II Elementary German: Level I Elementary German: Level II Intermediate German: Level I Intermediate German: Level II Intermed Conversational German Advanced German: Level I Cult & Civ of Grmn-Spkg Coun Intro to German Literature [HUM] Advanced Conversational German Topics in Literature [HUM] History of Russia [HST] Modern Asia [HST] History of Africa History of Latin America Diversity in Health Intensive Introduction to Language I Elementary Language: Level I Elementary Language: Level II Elementary Conversation Study Abroad: Intermediate Intermediate Language: Level I Intermediate Language: Level II Topics in Culture Intermediate Language: Readings Foreign Language Practicum Study Abroad: Advanced Translation Contemporary Issues [HST] Seminar International Law [HUM] New States in World Politics Intro to International Studies 20th Cent Latin America [HST] Elementary Italian: Level I Elementary Italian: Level II Intermediate Italian: Level I Intermediate Italian: Level II Elementary Latin Intermediate Latin Topics in Law: Juvenile Law [VAL] Cultural Diversity in Media [VAL] American Cultural Pluralism Topic: Intro to World Musics [ART] Topic: Afrcn-Amrcn Mus Exp [ART]


MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC PHIL POLT POLT POLT POLT POLT RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG RELG SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN

1070 1070 3170 3180 2050 1050 1080 2070 2250 2550 1040 2070 2080 2150 2350 2400 2420 2500 3100 3120 3130 3180 3190 3200 3210 1070 1080 1090 1100 2090 2100 2170 2250 3090 3100 3150 3250 4090 4250 4650

Topic: Rltnshp Indian/Wstrn Music [ART] Topic: Music & Spirituality [ART] Jazz History I [HST] Jazz History II [HST] Philosophy of Education [VAL] Intro to International Politics Intro to Comparative Politics [VAL] Politics and Race [VAL] Politics in the Industrialized World [VAL] The Politics of Development [VAL] Phenomena [VAL] Intro to Eastern Religions [HUM] Intro to Western Religions [HUM] Existence and Meaning [VAL] Sacred Texts Religion and the Arts [ART] Religion and Culture Gender, Culture and Religion [VAL] Hinduism [HUM] Buddhism [HUM] Religions of China and Japan [HUM] Judaism [HUM] Christianity [HUM] Islam [HUM] African Religions [HUM] Intnsv Intro to Spanish: Level I Intnsv Intr to Spanish: Level II Elementary Spanish: Level I Elementary Spanish: Level II Intermediate Spanish: Level I Intermediate Spanish: Level II Intermed Conversational Spanish La cocina espanola e hispanoamericana Advanced Spanish: Level I Advanced Spanish: Level II Cult/Civ of Spnsh Spkng Wrld [HST] Introduction to Literature [HUM Topics in Advanced Language Topics in Literature [HUM] Advanced Topics [HUM]

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL FLST MEDC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUTH MUTH MUTH RELG THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA

COURSES WITH ARTS APPRECIATION CODE: ARHS ARHS ARHS ART ART DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC ENGL

2200 2210 2350 1000 1050 1010 1030 1090 1110 1230 2010 2090 2110 2150

2160 2170 2190 2210 1800 1500 1000 1010 1050 1070 1070 1070 1070 1070 2000 2001 2002 2030 2040 2500 2501 2502 4900 4910 4920 4930 4940 4950 4960 4970 4980 4990 1030 2410 2420 2400 1030 1050 2030 2040 3030 3040

Creative Writing: Fiction Creative Writing: Drama Creative Writing: Translation Literature Into Film [HUM] Film Appreciation Applied Media Aesthetics Fundamentals of Musicianship Music Theory I Introduction to Music Appreciation Topics in Music Topic: Intro to World Musics [CUL] Topic: Afrcn-Amrcn Mus Exp [CUL] Topic: Rltnshp Indian/Wstrn Mus [CUL] Topic: Music & Spirituality [CUL] Applied Music: Sec and Non-Major Inst Applied Music: Sec/Non-Major Piano Applied Music: Sec/Non-Major Voice Survey of Music History I [HST] Survey of Music History II [HST] Applied Music: Sec and Non-Major Inst Applied Music: Sec/Non-Major Piano Applied Music: Sec/Non-Major Voice WU Choral Club WU Chorale WU Choral Society WU Camerata Singers The WU Symphony Chamber Music Jazz Ensemble WU Big Band Wind Ensemble Opera Studio History of American Music Theatre [HST] Musical Theatre Dance Styles I Musical Theatre Dance Styles I Religion and the Arts [CUL] Introduction to Theatre Theatre Appreciation [HUM] History: Greeks to Restoration[HST] History: 18th Cent to Modern [HST] Topics in Theatre Topics in Theatre

COURSES WITH SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING CODE:

Current Art [HUM] History of Western Art [HST] Intro Topics in Art History [HST] Introduction to Studio Art [HUM] Art Appreciation [HUM] Ballet I Dance as an Art Form Jazz I Modern Dance I Tap Dance I Ballet II Jazz II Modern Dance II Creative Writing: Poetry

ANSO BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL 13

2750 1010 1020 1030 1040 1318 1550 1610 1620 2300 2320 3050

Intro to Measurement/Statistics [MTH] Human Biology Biology of Animals Biology of Plants Human Genetics Issues in Biology Essentials of Biology I Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology II Plant Form and Function Animal Form and Function Genetics


BIOL BIOL BUSN CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM GNST GNST PHIL PHIL PHYS PHYS PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC RELG SCIN SCIN SCIN SCIN SCIN SCIN

3120 3200 2750 1030 1100 2100 3200 1308 3500 2080 2310 1030 1040 1100 1200 2200 2250 2300 2400 2750 2410 1010 1100 1150 1410 1520 1600

GENERAL EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

Microbiology Ecology Introduction to Statistics [MTH] Introduction to Chemistry General Chemistry I Organic Chemistry I Physical Chemistry I Technology, Science and Society Lib Arts Sem: Strategies for Healthy World Topic: Social Implctns of Artfcl Intllignc [VAL] Intro to Scientific Understanding [HST] University Physics I University Physics II Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology [Europe] Child Psychology [VAL] Adolescent Psychology [VAL] Lifespan Development [VAL] Educational Psychology [VAL] Intro to Measurement/Statistics [MTH] Religion and Science Topics in Physical Science Earth Science and Environment Astronomy Patterns of Light and Sound Environment Physical Geology

The School of Communications established the first general education program at Webster University. It is separate and distinct from the 27 hour/9 category system the other Schools and Colleges use. A minimum of 36 credit hours must be taken from the liberal arts and sciences with the following distribution: Category One - Humanities - 18 hours Literature (ENGL), history (HIST), foreign language (ESLG, FREN, GERM, ILC, ITAL, JAPN, LATN, and SPAN), general studies (GNST), religious studies (RELG), philosophy (PHIL), visual art (ART and ARHS), dance (DANC), theatre (THEA), music (MUSC), and composition (WRIT). Category Two -Social Sciences - 12 hours Political science (POLT), sociology (ANSO), psychology (PSYC), anthropology (ANSO), women's studies (WOMN), multicultural studies (MULC), international relations (INTL), international studies (ISTL), economics (ECON), and human rights (HRTS) as well as LEGL 2080 topics courses Category Three - Math/Computer Science - 6 hours Computer applications (COAP), computer science (COSC), mathematics (MATH), natural sciences (BIOL and CHEM), and physical sciences (PHYS and SCIN).

COURSES WITH MATHEMATICS CODE: ANSO BUSN COSC COSC MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MTHT MTHT PHIL PSYC

2750 2750 1570 1580 1360 1370 1410 1420 1430 1440 1470 1490 1580 1610 1300 1350 2020 2750

Intro to Measurement/Statistics [SCI] Introduction to Statistics [SCI] Math for Comp Science I [CRI] Math for Comp Science II [CRI] Business Mathematics Business Applications of Algebra Intro to College Mathematics Games, Clocks, Magic College Algebra Trigonometry Survey of Calculus Finite Mathematics Formal Logic [CRI] Calculus I [CRI] Math for Elementary Teachers I Math for Elementary Teachers II Introduction to Formal Logic [CRI] Intro to Measurement/Statistics [SCI]

Within each category, students may choose any combination of courses with the appropriate departmental prefixes to meet the requirement, including additional courses with the same prefix.

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GRADUATE INFORMATION Graduate School of Education Students (MAT/MA/M.E.T./EDS) Students should apply on line for these programs and then call their Dept. Associate to schedule an appointment with an advisor to register. C.A.R.E. Dept. (Communication Arts, Early Childhood and Reading) Dept. Associate, Shane Collier, 314-968-7090. Multidisciplinary Dept. (Ed.S, Educational Technology, Mathematics, Multidisciplinary Studies, Social Science and Special Education) Dept. Associate, Anna Santoya, 314-968-7097 Registration Dates: The first two days of registration is only for current degree-seeking students. The second two days are for nondegree, inactive degree-seeking, and alumni.

ADMISSION INFORMATION: APPLICATION Interested degree-seeking students must complete the following to be considered for admission to the graduate school (International students should call 314-968-7433 for admission details): 1. Schedule an appointment with a graduate advisor, either by contacting a metropolitan site or the Academic Advising Center at the main campus. 2. Submit an official degree conferred transcript from the baccalaureate degree-granting institution. Transcripts should be sent directly from that institution or can be submitted in an envelope sealed by that institution. 3. Submit an application form accompanied by a non-refundable $50 fee. Students can apply electronically at http://admissions.webster.edu. 4. Other requirements for application: School of Education Graduate Degrees (MAT/MA/MET/Ed.S.) Please refer to the Graduate Catalog.

Note: Graduate students need permission to register for any class below the 5000 level.

Education Specialists: In addition to the above, applicants must submit a resume and three (3) letters of recommendation. (314-968-7100)

ADVISING AND REGISTRATION M.A., M.B.A., M.S.

Prospective graduate students are required to schedule a preenrollment advising interview before enrolling. It is through this appointment that the student may obtain an application form and an academic program plan. Contact a metropolitan site or the Academic Advising Center at the main campus.

Students interested in the Master of Music degree, (314968-7032). M.A., M.S., and M.B.A. – School of Business and Technology and M.A. College of Arts and Sciences: Full acceptance into the School of Business and Technology requires receipt of an official transcript from the baccalaureate granting institution with a minimum grade point average (gpa) of 2.0. Students whose gpa is below 2.0 will not be accepted. Students whose gpa is above 2.0 but below 2.5 will be admitted under a special status category.

Fall GRADUATE PETITION DEADLINES If you are scheduled to graduate in October or December 2010, the deadline to submit a graduation petition to the Academic Advising Center, Webster Groves campus are as follows: M.A./M.B.A. October August 16 M.A.T./M.A./M.E.T./Ed.S. September 13 M.A./M.B.A. December October 18 Petitions are available when you register, or you may pick one up at the St. Louis metropolitan centers listed below. A downloadable pdf is also found at the Academic Advising website, www.webster.edu/advising under Policies & Forms. Please make sure you indicate on your registration form that you are an October 2010 or December 2010 graduate. Note: School of Education (M.A., M.A.T., M.E.T., Ed.S) students submit graduation petitions to the School of Education Office.

Doctor of Management applicants are accepted once a year. (314-968-7020). Master of Arts in Communications applicants, (314-9687100). Master of Arts in Art applicants must submit a portfolio to the Art Department (314-968-7171). Master of Fine Arts: Arts Management & Leadership applicants, GRE and Interview required. (314-968-7171). Master of Science in Nursing applicants, Nursing Department (314-968-7483). Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia applicants, call (314-968-7100). Master of Arts in Counseling – in addition to the above, the MA in Counseling candidate is required to have a 2.5 GPA; 3 letters of recommendation (1 from a former academic); participation in a new cohort group interview, signature of the Student Acknowledgement page in the Counseling Student Handbook; and completion of a professional orientation essay. 15


GENERAL INFORMATION

TUITION, PAYMENT AND REFUNDS ST. LOUIS TUITION RATES FOR FALL 2010 Undergraduate Tuition Flat Fee (13-18 credit hrs.) . . . . . . . . . . $10,844 Conservatory (13-18 credit hrs.) .. . . . . $12,647 Per credit hour tuition .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $570

FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) states that Directory Information may be released to third parties without the consent of the student. Webster University has adopted an internal institutional policy to release, upon request by a third party, information to confirm enrollment, attendance, and degrees earned. Directory Information includes: student's name, local/permanent address, email address, local/permanent phone number, enrollment status, class schedule, degrees earned, dates of attendance, major field of study, admission status, campus, school or college, division, class standing, awards/honors, photographs, class rosters, participation in officially recognized activities or sports, weight and height of student athletes.

Graduate Tuition M.A, M.S., MBA, MFA, MHA, MM, MPA, MSN And Graduate Certificate. . . . . . . . . $585 Doctoral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $665 School of Education (MA, MAT, MET ) . . . $475 Ed.S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $320 Online MAT/MET/Ed.S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $525

Student's address, telephone numbers and their class schedules will not routinely be released to third parties, except at the discretion of the Registrar or a staff member who has undergone FERPA training.

Online MA/MBA & Graduate Certificate Program (per credit hour) . . . . . . . . . . . . . $655

REQUEST FOR NON-DISCLOSURE OF DIRECTORY INFORMATION Students have the right to restrict the disclosure of Directory Information by completing the appropriate form at the Office of the Registrar, Academic Advising Center or Extended Campus while the student is currently enrolled. Non-disclosure will be enforced until the student subsequently releases the information. The University will honor this request but cannot assume responsibility to contact the student for future permission to release information. Regardless of the effect upon the student, the institution assumes no liability for honoring the request to restrict disclosure of Directory Information.

*Tuition rates are estimated and will not be finalized until mid-April 2010.

PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS Acceptable payment arrangements must be made at the time of registration. Payment options offered include: Financial aid Direct billing to a third party (i.e., employer) Tuition Assistance paid by a government agency, e.g. military. Employer reimbursement Deferred payment plan Payment in full Please see page 4 for explanation of payment options.

Restriction of Directory Information will preclude Webster University’s ability to confirm your attendance or, if in effect upon graduation, disclose the degree attained for employment, credit, or other purposes. All future requests for Directory Information from third parties will be refused.

The first five options require the submission of appropriate documentation. A fee of $25 is charged related to enrollment in the term deferred payment plan and employer reimbursement options. The University reserves the right to refuse deferred payment privileges on any student whose account is overdue or has been overdue in the past.

SCHEDULE CHANGES Graduate & Undergraduate Students may change their schedules by dropping and adding classes (if the class is open) up to and including the week before classes begin. During the first week of the term, students may add classes with the permission of the instructor and the signature of the advisor. During the first two weeks of the term, students may drop classes with the signature of an advisor. Students are financially responsible for all courses not officially dropped by the deadlines. After the drop period, students wishing to change (reduce) their schedules must withdraw from a class, which means they will receive a grade of "W" on their transcript. The withdrawal period lasts through the first 3/4 of a term. "Last day to withdraw" dates are listed in the calendar at the front of this schedule. Drop and add forms and withdrawal petitions may be obtained in the Registrar's Office, Academic Advising Center, or a metropolitan site.

Students are financially responsible for all courses not officially dropped by the deadline. Webster University reserves the right to withhold transcripts or diplomas related to enrollment, cancel enrollment for a current term and/or refuse enrollment for future terms, if any tuition or other fees or charges owed to the University are not paid when due. In the event an account is referred to an agency or attorney for collection, a 33 1/3 percent fee will be added to the account and the student promises to pay, in addition to all amounts otherwise due to Webster University, the costs and expenses of such collection and/or representation, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses (whether or not litigation is commenced), to the extent permitted by applicable law. 16


TUITION REFUNDS Undergraduate tuition refunds are contingent on the drop or withdrawal date. It is the undergraduate student's responsibility to file the drop or withdrawal form(s) by the deadline. Refunds are for tuition only (not lab fees), and must be requested. If the student does not qualify for a waiver of tuition or wishes to petition for a larger refund due to special circumstances (e.g., medical emergency), the student must file a tuition adjustment form with the Office of Student Affairs and attach a letter of explanation of special circumstances. Graduate students should contact the Academic Advising Center for processing of forms.

REFUND SCHEDULES TERM CLASSES - Per credit hour tuition: Drop by Friday of Week 2 of the term Withdraw by Friday of Week 3 Withdraw by Friday of Week 4 Withdraw after Week 4 of the term

100% 50% 25% 0%

SEMESTER CLASSES - Per credit hour tuition: Drop by Friday of Week 2 of the semester Withdraw by Friday of Weeks 3-4 Withdraw by Friday of Weeks 5-8 Withdraw after Week 8 of the term

100% 50% 25% 0%

IDENTIFICATION CARDS Undergraduate and graduate student IDs are available at the Information Desk of the University Center as well as the St. Louis extended campuses. University Center hours are Monday-Thursday 7:30 am-11 pm, Friday 7:30 am- 10 pm, and Saturday 9 am-5 pm; Sunday closed. Students attending classes at a metropolitan center may have a non-photo ID made at the site. Student IDs are necessary for use of the Library, microcomputer labs, the University Center recreation facilities, the Writing Center, for Westport Campus students and for special student discounts.

PARKING With the exception of campus visitors and guests, all parking requires a campus parking permit. All parking permits are issued during the month of August for the traditional 12-month academic year, but may be purchased throughout the year. All tags purchased after January 1 are prorated based on the annual fee. Student permits are available for purchase at the beginning of each term and semester at the Business Office along with all other types of permits during normal business hours or may be ordered over the Web.

WINTER WEATHER WATCH All St. Louis metropolitan area campuses can call 314-968-6900 or tune in to the following television and radio stations for information: KMOX (1120 AM), WRTH (1430 AM), KTRS (550 AM), Y98 (98.1 FM), WIL (92.3 FM), KTVI (Channel 2), KMOV (Channel 4), KSDK (Channel 5), KDNL(Channel 30) or www.webster.edu.

COURSE INFORMATION/STUDY TIME/ATTENDANCE Students enrolled in accelerated evening or day courses may expect to study three hours per week for every one hour of class time. Students are expected to attend all eight or nine sessions of every term course.

BOOKSTORE - 554 Garden Ave Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday

In the event of a snow schedule, campuses will open at 10:00 am. When the campus is closed, the University will reopen at 5:30 pm the same day, unless an additional announcement is made. Since extended campus notification methods may vary, contact the site director or call the main telephone number.

9:00 am - 6:00 pm 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Students may call the Bookstore (314-968-5936 or 1-888-467-5657), charge their textbooks on credit card, and have the book(s) shipped U.P.S. for a nominal charge. Or, check the web site at www.efollett.com for ordering books online. Books may be returned within 7 days from the start of classes. Textbooks for fully online courses must be ordered from Webster University's online bookstore at http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/webster.htm.

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DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM OFFICES

ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN CENTERS

(968- +extension)

Webster Groves (Main Campus)

Academic Advising

568 Garden Ave.

6972

Academic Advising Center

Art

Hunt House

7171

568 Garden Ave

Behavioral & Soc Sciences

WEBH 320

6970

St. Louis, MO 63119-3194

Biological Sciences

WEBH 13

7075

Business

SVER 238

7021

Downtown Campus (Old Post Office)

Center for Interdisciplinary Studies

WEBH 200 I

7703

Communications and Journalism

SVER 250

5935

815 Olive Street, Suite 20 St. Louis, MO 63101

Dance

LHCT 39

6929

Education

WEBH 232

7490

Westport Campus

Electronic & Photographic Media

Kirk House

6924

11885 Lackland Rd., Suite 600

English

Pearson House

7170

Maryland Heights, MO 63146

History, Politics & Intrnl. Rel.

H. Sam Priest Ctr

7060

International Lang. & Cultures

WEBH 334

7047

WingHaven Campus

Legal Studies

WEBH 320

7068

2299 Technology Dr., Suite 300

Management

SVER 211

7020

O'Fallon, MO 63368

MAT/MA/EDS

WEBH 232

7090

Math & Computer Science

SVER 201

7178

MFA

Hunt House

7171

Music

Music Bldg

7032

Nursing

WEBH 200

7483

CLASSROOM/BUILDING CODES

Philosophy

Pearson House

7170

CMS

Community Music School

Religious Studies

Schultz Hall 200

7135

DWTN

Old Post Office

Theatre

LHCT 39

6929

HSPC

H. Sam Priest

8270 Big Bend

LHCT

Loretto Hilton Center

130 Edgar Road

LRTH

Loretto Hall

470 E. Lockwood

(314) 968-6972

(314) 968-5966

(314) 968-5955

(636) 561-2400

815 Olive St., Suite 20

SCHEDULE CODES AND KEYS

MILL

Old Orchard Center

11 S. Old Orchard

M=Mon, T=Tues, W=Wed, R=Thurs, F=Fri, S=Sat, U=Sun

MUSC

Music Building

8282 Big Bend

Term Codes: S=Semester, 1=Term 1, 2=Term 2

OFFC

Off Campus

ONL1

http://online.webster.edu

1000-1990 lower division (freshman level)

PRSN

Pearson House

2000-2990 lower division (sophomore level)

RWES

West Hall

3000-3990 upper division (junior level)

SCHL

Schultz Hall

Eden Seminary

4000-4990 upper division (senior level) and,

SVER

Sverdrup Bldg.

8300 Big Bend

with permission of advisor, graduate level

UNCT

University Center

175 Edgar Road

8260 Big Bend

5000-6990 Graduate (Master's) level

VAST

Visual Arts Studio

8342 Big Bend

7000-8000 Doctor of Management level

WEBH

Webster Hall

470 E. Lockwood

WEST

Westport

11885 Lackland Rd. Suite 600

WGSD

Webster Groves HS

100 Selma

WING

WingHaven

2299 Technology Dr. Suite. 300

TBA

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

Financial Accounting I

01 03 06 08 09 10 11 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 10:00-10:50AM 2:30- 3:50PM 12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WGSD ----R--SVER ---W---DWTN -M-----WEST -M-W-F-SVER -M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER -M-----WING

1 2 2 2 S S S 1

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

ACCT 2025

Managerial Accounting

03 10 11 G3

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 11:00-11:50AM 12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WGSD -M-W-F-SVER --T-R--SVER -M-----WING

2 S S 2

25 25 25 25

ACCT 3030

Intermediate Accounting I

01 02

3cr Luh 3cr Luh

3:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ---W---SVER

1 1

25 18

ACCT 3040

Intermediate Accounting II

03 04

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

3:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-----SVER

2 2

25 25

ACCT 3075

Federal Tax Accounting:Personal

01 02

3cr Slusarz 3cr Slusarz

5:30- 9:30PM 8:00- 9:50AM

--T----SVER -M-W-F-SVER

1 1

25 25

ACCT 3080

Federal Tax Accounting:Corporate

03 04

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 8:00- 9:50AM

--T----SVER -M-W-F-SVER

2 2

25 25

ACCT 3200

Business Law for Accountants

03 04

3cr Slusarz 3cr Slusarz

1:00- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ----R--SVER

1 1

25 25

ACCT 4090

Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations

01 02

3cr Dippel 3cr Dippel

5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 2:50PM

----R--SVER -M-W-F-SVER

1 1

25 18

ACCT 4220

Financial Statement Analysis

03 04

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

1:00- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ----R--SVER

2 2

25 17

ADVERTISING ADVT 1940

Intro to Marketing Communications

01 02 06

3cr Howald 3cr Schnurbusch 3cr Waldman

2:30- 3:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W---SVER ---W---SVER ----R--DWTN

S S 2

24 24 24

ADVT 2550

Creative Strategies for Advertising

1:00- 2:20PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-M-W---SVER --T----SVER

S S

15 15

ADVT 2910

Writing for Advertising

10:00-11:20AM 5:30- 8:30PM

--T-R--SVER ---W---SVER

S S

15 15

01 3cr Seymour 02 3cr Fanter Prerequisites: MNGT 3510 or ADVT 1940, and MEDC 1050. 01 02 Prerequisites: ADVT 2550 and MNGT 3510.

3cr Howald 3cr Howald

19

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. ACCOUNTING ACCT 2010

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ADVT 3150

Course Title Topics New Media for ADVT and PR Prerequisite: ADVT 1940 or PBRL 2100

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

01

3cr Ulmer

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

24

History of Advertising Design

02

3cr Beck

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

24

Account Management for ADVT/PR Prerequisite: ADVT 1940 or PBRL 2100

03

3cr Schnurbusch

3:00- 4:50PM

-M-W---SVER

1

24

Sports Marketing Prerequisite: ADVT 1940 or MNGT 3510

04

3cr Pokorny

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

24

ADVT 3500

Visual Communications for Advertising and Public Prerequisite: INTM 2350

01 02

3cr Difate 3cr O'Saben

2:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-M-----SVER ---W---SVER

S S

15 15

ADVT 4040

Advertising Production Advertising Production: Internet 01 3cr Difate 1:00- 4:50PM Prerequisites: MNGT 3510, COAP 2000 and COAP 2020, or INTM 2350

-----F-SVER

1

15

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

1

15

ADVT Production: Television Prerequisites: MNGT 3510 or VIDE 1810

02

3cr Golaszewski

ADVT 4190

Advertising Research

01 3cr Seymour 02 3cr Seymour Prerequisites: MNGT 3510 and senior standing.

1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM

--T-R--SVER ----R--SVER

S S

18 18

ADVT 4200

Media Planning Buying and Selling Prerequisite: MNGT 3510

3cr Howell

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

1

24

ADVT 4700

Professional Development in 01 3cr Fanter Advertising/Marketing Communication Prerequisites: ADVT major and senior standing

2:00- 4:50PM

---W---SVER

S

15

Animation I

3cr Sagovac

2:00- 4:50PM

----R--SVER

ANIMATION ANIM 1000

01

01

S

Advanced Animation 01 Prerequisite: ANIM 1010 and ART 1110.

3cr Long

2:00- 4:50PM

----R--SVER

S

15

ANIM 2010

Experimental Animation

3cr Sagovac

2:00- 4:50PM

---W---SVER

S

15

ANIM 3010

Voicing Your Creation 01 3cr Wagner Prerequisite: ANIM 2000 or permission of instructor.

5:30- 8:30PM

----R--SVER

S

15

ANIM 3030

Visual Storytelling 01 3cr Boyer-Edwards 5:30- 8:30PM Prerequisites: ART 1110 and ANIM 3020, oor permission of instructor.

---W---SVER

S

15

ANIM 3150

Special Topics :Animation Dailies :High Resolution Modeling

ANIM 4010

01 02

3cr Sagovac 3cr Bell

2:00- 3:20PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-----F-SVER --T----SVER

2 S

15 15

Character Design 01 3cr Sagovac Prerequisite: ART 2010 or permission of instructor.

1:00- 4:50PM

-M-----SVER

2

15

20

$25

$15 $15

15 $175

ANIM 2000

01

Fee

$60


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Advanced 3-D Animation Prerequisite: ANIM 3200.

ANIM 4620

Senior Overview 01 3cr Sagovac 9:00-11:50AM -M-----SVER S Prerequisites: senior standing, acceptance of the petition to proceed with senior overview, AND permission off the instructor.

ANTHROPOLOGY/SOCIOLOGY ANSO 1010 Introduction to Sociology

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Bell

01 02 03 W3

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Warner Warner Boyles MacCartney

Times 1:00- 3:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T----SVER S 15

Course No. ANIM 4200

15

10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 8:30- 9:50AM TBA

-M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH --T-R--WEBH ------ONL1

S S S 2

25 25 25 16

12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--WEBH --T----WING

S 1

25 25

Liberal Arts Minor Course [VAL, CUL] ANSO 1020

Social Issues

01 3cr Boyles G1 3cr Boyles

American Studies Course [CRI, VAL] ANSO 1070

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

01 3cr Kwon 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH 02 3cr Kwon 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH 03 3cr Tierney 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH 04 3cr Heldenbrand 5:30- 9:30PM --T----WEBH Int'l Human Rights, Int'l Studies, Multicultural Studies, Liberal Arts Minor Course [CUL, VAL]

S S S 2

25 25 25 25

ANSO 1073

Introduction to Archaeology [HIST]

ANSO 1090

Introduction to Geography: 01 3cr Skele World and Regional Int'l Studies, Environmental Studies [CUL, HST]

ANSO 2000 ANSO 2000

Issues in Contemporary Society Abnormal Behavior in Lit & Film 01 3cr Grenwald Offered concurrently with PSYC 2000.01 [VAL]

ANSO 2000

01

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

10

Introduction to Social Work 02 3cr Glore Offered concurrently with PSYC 2000.02 [VAL]

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

ANSO 2000

Feminist and Gender Theory 03 3cr Miller Offered concurrently with WOMN 2010.01 [VAL] Women's Studies Course

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---WEBH

S

10

ANSO 2000

Indigenous Peoples/Cult/Ethics 04 1cr Conway-Long Offered concurrently with ETHC 1000.01 [VAL]

9:00- 9:50AM

---W---WEBH

S

10

ANSO 2000

Responding to Human Rights Abuse Offered concurrently with HRTS 2086.06

5:30-9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

ANSO 2030

Culture and Communication 01 3cr Thomas Int'l Studies, Multicultural Studies Course [VAL, CUL]

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

ANSO 2040

North American Indians 01 3cr Nunez-Regueiro 5:30- 9:30PM Offered concurrently with HIST 2310.01 and HRTS 2086.03 American Studies, Human Rights, Multicultural Studies Course [HST, CUL]

-M-----WEBH

2

10

05

3cr Skele

3cr Sausele

21

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ANSO 2375

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Deviant Behavior 01 3cr MacCartney 10:00-11:20AM Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor.

ANSO 2425

Women:Power, Place, and Person 01 3cr Miller Offered concurrently with PSYC 2425.01 and WOMN 2000.06 Multicultural Studies, Women's Studies Course

ANSO 2560

Social Movements

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH S 25

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

10

01 3cr Miller 12:00- 1:20PM 02 3cr Warner 5:30- 9:30PM Section 01 is a Learning Community section. Section 02 is offered concurrently with HRTS 2086.03 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor. American Studies, Int'll Studies, Human Rights, Multicultural Studies Course

--T-R--WEBH -M-----WEBH

S 1

18 15

ANSO 2650

Nonverbal Behavior 01 3cr Moore Offered concurrently with PSYC 2650.01 [VAL]

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBH

S

10

ANSO 2700

Sociology of Institutions: Workplace 01 3cr MacCartney 12:00- 1:20PM Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor.

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

ANSO 2750

Introduction to Measurement 01 3cr Hulsizer 1:00- 2:20PM -M-W---WEBH and Statistics 02 3cr Woolf 5:30- 9:30PM --T----WEBH Offered concurrently with PSYC 2750 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor. [SCI, MTH]

S 1

10 10

ANSO 2825

Introduction to Research 01 3cr Mitchell 8:30- 9:50AM Methods 02 3cr Goedereis 5:30- 9:30PM Offered concurrently with PSYC 2825 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor.

S 2

10 10

ANSO 3000 ANSO 3000

Topics in Anthropology/Sociology Cross-Cultural Masculinities 01 3cr Conway-Long 1:00- 2:20PM -M-W---WEBH S 20 Offered concurrently with ISTL 3500.01 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. Int'l Studies Course

ANSO 3000

Culture and Disease 02 3cr Tierney 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S 20 Offered concurrently with ISTL 3500.02 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. Int'l Studies Course

ANSO 3000

Argentina: The "Dirty War" 03 3cr Nunez-Regueiro 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBH 1 18 Offered concurrently with ISTL 3500.03 and HRTS 3080.01 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. Int'l Studies and Human Rights Course

ANSO 3000

Feminism and Family 04 3cr Gardetto 5:30- 9:30PM --T----PRSN 2 12 Offered concurrently with WOMN 3000.01 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. Women's Studies Course

ANSO 3250

Applied Social Science 01 3cr Kwon 11:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. 22

--T-R--WEBH ----R--WEBH

S

25

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ANSO 3425

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Juvenile Delinquency 01 3cr McCarthy 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S 10 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor.

ANSO 3550

Theories of Social Science 01 3cr Conway-Long 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor.

S

25

ANSO 3600

Social Psychology 01 3cr Hulsizer 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S Offered concurrently with PSYC 3600.01 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or PSYC 1100 & ANSO/PSYC 2825 & 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor.

10

ANSO 3610

Independent Reading Course 01 3cr Staff Prerequisite: Junior standing and permission of instructor.

S

5

ANSO 3960

Ethnic and Minority Relations 01 3cr Conway-Long 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBH Offered concurrently with MULC 4650.01 Prerequisite: ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 and 6 hours of social science, or permission of instructor. Multicultural Studies Course

1

10

ANSO 4610

Advanced Independent Reading Course 01 3cr Staff Prerequisite: Senior standing and permission of instructor.

S

5

ANSO 4825

Advanced Research Methods: Quantitative 01 3cr Hulsizer 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH Offered concurrently with PSYC 4825.01 Prerequisite: 12 hours of social science, including ANSO/PSYC 2825, or permission of instructor.

S

8

S

8

1

8

TBA

TBA

ANSO 4900 ANSO 4900

Senior Seminar Spirituality and Psychology 01 3cr Kannenberg 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--WEBH Offered concurrently with PSYC 4900.01 Prerequisite: 12 hours of social science, including ANSO/PSYC 2825, or permission of instructor.

ANSO 4900

Food and Culture 02 3cr Tierney 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---WEBH Offered concurrently with PSYC 4900.02 Prerequisite: 12 hours of social science, including ANSO/PSYC 2825, or permission of instructor.

ARABIC

For courses in Arabic language please see ILC 1090.01 and ILC 1100.01. For a course in Arabic culture taught in English please see ILC 2150.02.

Fee

ART ART 1010

Creative Strategies

01 3cr Hodson 8:00- 9:50AM 02 3cr Staff 1:00- 2:50PM 03 3cr Staff 1:00- 2:50PM Prerequisite: acceptance to program via a successful portfolio interview.

--T-RF-VAST -M-W-F-VAST --T-RF-VAST

S S S

15 15 15

$100 $100 $100

ART 1110

Introduction to Drawing

-M-W-F-VAST --T-RF-VAST -M-W-F-VAST -M-W-F-VAST --T----VAST

S S S S S

15 15 15 15 15

$100 $100 $100 $100 $100

ART 1120

Principles of Drawing 01 3cr Watson 10:00-11:50AM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1110. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$100

01 02 03 04 05

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Hunn Chavez Staff Staff Enkelmann

23

8:00- 9:50AM 8:00- 9:50AM 10:00-11:50AM 3:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Sec 01 02 03 04

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty Staff Staff Staff Staff

Course Title Design:2D

ART 1220

Design:3D 01 3cr Daly 1:00- 2:50PM -M-W-F-VAST Prerequisite: Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$100

ART 1700

Photo I 01 3cr Staff 10:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-WEBG S 15 Prerequisites: ART 1010 and ART 1210; or MEDC 1010 and MEDC 1050. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

$125

ART 2020

Studio Seminar 01 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM --T----VAST Intro to Architecture Prerequisite: Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

S

15

$100

ART 2110

Figure Drawing 01 3cr Enkelmann 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1120. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$100

ART 2120

Intermediate Drawing 01 3cr Bogosian 1:00- 2:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2110. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$100

ART 2270

Digital Applications 01 3cr Staff 8:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1120 and ART 1220. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

16

$100

ART 2280

Introduction to Graphic Design 01 3cr Yuasa 8:00- 9:50AM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2270. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

16

$100

ART 2410

Painting I 01 3cr Bogosian 10:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisites: ART 1120, ART 1210, and ART 1220. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$100

ART 2420

Painting II 01 3cr Passanise 1:00- 2:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisites: ART 1120, ART 1210, and ART 2410. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

8

$100

ART 2510

Sculpture I 01 3cr Watson 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1220. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$135

ART 2530

Ceramics I

01 3cr Au 10:00-11:50AM --T-RF-VAST S 02 3cr Daly 10:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1120 or ART 1220. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

12 12

$125 $125

ART 2540

Ceramics II 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2530. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

6

$125

ART 2610

Printmaking:Introductory 01 3cr Staff 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisites: ART 1120, ART 1210, and ART 1220. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

15

$150

ART 2700

Concepts and Theory of Design 01 3cr Yuasa 10:00-11:50AM --T-RF-VAST Prerequisite: Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

16

$100

24

Times 8:00- 9:50AM 8:00- 9:50AM 10:00-11:50AM 1:00- 2:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W-F-VAST S 15 --T-RF-VAST S 15 -M-W-F-VAST S 15 --T-RF-VAST S 15

Course No. ART 1210

S

S

Fee $100 $100 $100 $100


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ART 2720

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Photo II 01 3cr Assner 3:00- 4:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S 15 Prerequisite: ART 1700 or PHOT 1000. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

ART 2900

Art Major Acceptance Review

ART 3120

Advanced Figure Drawing 01 3cr Loudenback 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST Prerequisite: ART 2110. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

01

0cr Lang

TBA

------VAST

Fee $125

S

25

2

15

$100

ART 3200

Art Therapy:Introduction 01 3cr Seelig 5:30- 9:30PM --T----VAST 1 15 Prerequisites: 18 credit hours of studio art and 6 credit hours of psychology. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

$100

ART 3270

Graphic Design Systms:Typography 01 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2280. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

16

$100

ART 3410

Painting III 01 3cr Passanise 1:00- 2:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2420. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

7

$100

ART 3420

Painting IV 01 3cr Passanise 3:00- 4:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 3410. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

4

$100

ART 3530

Ceramics III 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 2540. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

6

$125

ART 3540

Ceramics IV 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 3530. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

3

$125

ART 3610

Printmaking:Silkscreen 01 3cr Levin 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST Prerequisites: ART 1120 or ART 1210. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

S

15

$150

ART 3630

Papermaking 01 3cr Lang 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST Prerequisite: Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

2

12

$100

ART 3650

Printmaking Workshop Alternative Lithography 01 3cr Lang 10:00-11:50AM --T-RF-VAST S 12 Prerequisite: one semester of printmaking. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for up to 9 credit hours.

ART 3820

Performance Art 01 3cr Hodson 8:00- 9:50AM Prerequisites: junior status and permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit.

12

$100

ART 3830

Alternative Media 01 3cr Hodson 10:00-11:50AM --T-RF-VAST S 12 Prerequisites: junior status. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$100

25

-M-W-F-VAST

S

$150


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Topics in Studio Art Sculpture 01 3cr Staff 3:00- 4:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S Prerequisite: ART 1220 and ART 2510; or permission of the instructor. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. Glaze Calculation 03 3cr Au 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST 1 Prerequisite: junior status. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. Collaborative Art 04 3cr Passanise 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST S Prerequisite: junior status or permission of the instructor. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. Exhibition Graphics 05 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST S Prerequisite: junior status and ART 3270. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. Web Design 06 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM --T----VAST S Prerequisite: junior status and ART 2270. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. Book Arts 07 3cr Staff 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST 1 Prerequisite: junior status. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair.

Lim

Fee

12

$135

10

$125

12

$100

14

$100

14

$100

12

$100

ART 3900

B.F.A Review 01 0cr Lang TBA Prerequisites: senior status and a minimum of 12 credit hours in studio emphasis.

25

ART 3910

Art for the Elementary Grades 01 3cr Ziegler-Haydon 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBG S 15 Prerequisites: ART 2900, EDUC 2800, EDU 2810, and acceptance to the Teacher Certification Program or permission of the director of teacher certification and field experiences. THIS CLASS MEETS OFF-CAMPUS at Glenridge Elementary School- 7447 Wellington Way, 63105

$100

ART 4020

Visual Arts Seminar 01 3cr Watson 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----LHCT S 25 Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing, minimum 18 credit hours taken at Webster University, successful passing of Art Major Acceptance Review (ART 2900).

$40

ART 4110

Drawing:Advanced 01 3cr Loudenback 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST 2 7 Prerequisite: ART 2120. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$100

ART 4120

Drawing:Advanced 01 3cr Loudenback 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST 2 7 Prerequisite: ART 4110. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$100

ART 4410

Painting V 01 3cr Passanise 3:00- 4:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S 4 Prerequisite: ART 3420. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$100

ART 4420

Painting VI 01 3cr Passanise 3:00- 4:50PM -M-W-F-VAST S 4 Prerequisite: ART 4410. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$100

ART 4530

Ceramics V:Advanced 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S 3 Prerequisite: ART 3540. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$125

ART 4540

Ceramics VI:Advanced 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM --T-RF-VAST S 3 Prerequisite: ART 4530. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$125

Course No. ART 3850

26

------VAST

S


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ART 4710

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Photography V 01 3cr Assner 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST S 6 Prerequisite: ART 2900 and permission of the instructor. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

Fee $125

ART 4720

Photography VI 01 3cr Assner 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST S 6 Prerequisite: ART 4710 and permission of the instructor. Students without portfolio admission to the department with permission of the chair. May be repeated for credit.

$125

ART 4800

Apprenticeships in Art 01 3cr Staff TBA Prerequisite: advanced standing art majors and permission of instructor.

------WEBG

S

12

ART 4810

Professional Internship in Art Therapy 01 3cr Seelig TBA Prerequisite: advanced standing art majors and permission of instructor.

------WEBG

S

5

Art Appreciation

ART HISTORY ARHS 1050

01 02

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----LHCT --T----DWTN

1 2

25 25

$30 $30

[HUM,ART] ARHS 2000

Art Forum

01

1cr Staff

11:30-12:50PM

-----F-SVER

S

20

$30

ARHS 2200

Current Art

01 02

3cr Hughes 3cr Hughes

9:00- 9:50AM 12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER

S S

25 25

$30 $30

[HUM,ART] ARHS 2210

Introduction to the History of Western Art [HST,ART]

01

3cr Gregg

9:00- 9:50AM

--T-RF-SVER

S

25

$30

ARHS 3410

Structure and Theory Cultural Organizations

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---VAST

2

10

$30

ARHS 4350

Topics in Art History Dada: Art and Anti-Art 01 3cr Beck 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST Early Renaissance 02 3cr Gregg 3:00- 4:20PM --T-R--SVER Prerequisites: ARHS 2200 and ARHS 2210. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

1 S

12 15

$30 $30

AUDIO PRODUCTION AUDI 1000 Audio Production I

01 3cr Fisher 5:30- 8:30PM 02 3cr Ruder 2:00- 4:50PM 03 3cr Ruder 5:30- 8:30PM 04 3cr Hunter 9:00-11:50AM 05 3cr Hunter 1:00- 3:50PM Prerequisites: MEDC 1010 and EPMD 1000 or permission of instructor.

--T----SVER ---W---SVER ---W---SVER ----R--SVER ----R--SVER

S S S S S

15 15 15 15 15

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15

AUDI 1200

Introduction to MIDI

01 02 03

3cr Casey 3cr Meyer 3cr Meyer

1:00- 3:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM 1:00-3:50PM

--T----SVER --T----SVER ----R--SVER

S S S

10 10 10

$25 $25 $25

AUDI 2000

Audio Production II

01 02

3cr Hufker 3cr Hufker

1:00- 3:50PM 1:00- 3:50PM

-M-----SVER --T----SVER

S S

15 15

$150 $150

6:00- 9:00PM

-M-----SVER

S

10

$25

Prerequisite: AUDI 1000. AUDI 2100

Radio Production 01 3cr Edwards Prerequisite: AUDI 1000 or permission of the instructor.

27


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. AUDI 3000

Course Title Multitrack Recording

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Hufker 02 3cr Hufker

Times 1:00- 3:50PM 1:00- 3:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim ---W---SVER S 15 ----R--SVER S 15

Fee $125 $125

Prerequisite: AUDI 2000. AUDI 3150

AUDI 3200

Topics :Audio Community and Society 01 3cr Gottlieb 12:00-12:50PM ----R--SVER Prerequisite: Upperclass status or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. :Mic Shootout 02 3cr Hennerich 11:00-11:50AM ----R--SVER Prerequisiste: AUDI 3000. :Audio Field Production 04 3cr Meyer 1:00- 3:50PM ---W---SVER Prerequisite: AUDI 2000. :Analog Audio 05 3cr Stamler 7:00- 9:50PM --T----SVER :Advanced Microphone Techniques 06 3cr Tomko 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---SVER Prerequisites: AUDI 2000 OR permission of the instructor. :Hacking Your Way To Electronics 07 3cr Murphy 6:00- 9:00PM -M-----SVER Prerequisites: AUDI 1200 and AUDI 2000 or permission of instructor. Protools 08 3cr Meyer 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----SVER Prerequisite: Audi 2000. :Getting Comfortable with Gear 09 3cr Gottlieb 9:00-11:50AM ---W---SVER :Getting Comfortable with Gear 10 3cr Gottlieb 9:00-11:50AM ----R--SVER Prerequisite: AUDI 2000. :Role of the Producer 11 3cr Staff 9:00-11:50AM -----F-SVER Surround Sound 12 3cr Hennerich 9:00-11:50AM -M-----SVER Prerequisite: AUDI 3000. Audio Studio Maintenance

01 02

S

30

$30

1

10

$25

S

10

$25

S 1

12 10

$85

S

10

$125

1

10

S S

10 10

S S

15 10

$25

3cr Buckalew 3cr Buckalew

9:00-11:50AM 9:00-11:50AM

-M-----SVER --T----SVER

S S

10 10

$85 $85

AUDI 3500

Digital Audio 01 3cr Hennerich Prerequisite: AUDI 3000 or permission of instructor.

1:00- 3:50PM

-M-----SVER

S

10

$25

AUDI 3600

MIDI Applications:Sequencing Prerequisite: AUDI 1200.

01

3cr Casey

1:00- 3:50PM

---W---SVER

S

10

$25

AUDI 3900

Audio Aesthetics

01

3cr Schulenbur

4:00- 6:50PM

--T----SVER

S

15

$30

AUDI 4000

Music Recording Prerequisite: AUDI 3000.

01

3cr Gottlieb

5:30- 8:30PM

----R--SVER

S

8

$35

AUDI 4100

Advanced Audio Mixing Prerequisite: AUDI 3000.

01

3cr Gottlieb

9:00-11:50AM

--T----SVER

S

8

$10

AUDI 4400

Recording Studio Management & Operations Prerequisite: AUDI 2000.

01

3cr Laiderman

5:30- 8:30PM

---W---SVER

S

12

AUDI 4610

Readings in Audio Production 01 3cr Staff TBA Prerequisites: media major, junior/senior standing and permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

------SVER

S

10

AUDI 4620

Senior Overview

------SVER ------SVER

S S

10 10

Prerequisite: AUDI 2000.

01 3cr Staff TBA 02 3cr Hufker TBA Prerequisites: senior standing, acceptance into the major through portfolio review, and permission of the instructor. 28


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Professional Development in 01 3cr Meyer Audio Production Prerequisites: audio production major and senior standing.

AUDI 4800

Audio Engineering 01 3cr Hufker 4:00- 4:50PM Prerequisites: AUDI 3000 and permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

---W---SVER

S

15

$35

Human Biology 01 4cr Gaddis NOTE: Includes Lab. Intended for non-majors. (SCI)

---W---WEBH

S

18

$50

BIOLOGY BIOL 1010

Times 1:00- 3:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----SVER S 15

Course No. AUDI 4700

5:30- 9:30PM

BIOL 1020

Biology of Animals 01 3cr DePew 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S 20 NOTE: BIOL 1020 & BIOL 1021 must be taken concurrently. An Environmental Studies Course. Inteded for non-majors. S (SCI)

BIOL 1021

Biology of Animals:Lab 01 1cr DePew NOTE: BIOL 1020 & BIOL 1021 must be taken concurrently.

BIOL 1318

Issues in Biology Stream Ecology 01 3cr DePew 1:00- 3:50PM -M-----WEBH S Stream Ecology: Lab 02 1cr DePew 1:00- 3:50PM ---W---WEBH S An Environmental Studies Course (SCI). NOTE: BIOL 1318.01 & BIOL 1318.02 LAB must be taken concurrently. Intended for non-majors (SCI) May be repeated if content differs. Biology of Disease W2 3cr Gaddis TBA ------ONL1 2 NOTE: May be repeated if content differs. Intended for non-majors (SCI)

BIOL 1550

Essentials of Biology I

01 4cr Preuss 02 4cr Preuss NOTE: BIOL 1550 & 1551 must be taken concurrently.

BIOL 1551

Essentials of Biology I:Lab

1:30- 4:20PM

-----F-WEBH

S

20

$50

20 20

$50

15

10:00-11:50AM 10:00-11:50AM

-M-W---WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

20 20

1:00- 3:50PM 1:30- 4:20PM 1:00- 3:50PM 1:30- 4:20PM

-M-----WEBH --T----WEBH ---W---WEBH ----R--WEBH

S S S S

10 10 10 10

BIOL 3010

Human Anatomy & Physiology I 01 3cr Bergfeld 10:30-11:50AM --T-R--WEBH S Prerequisite: BIOL 1550, 1551 & CHEM 1110 & 1111 or permission of instructor. NOTE: BIOL 3010 & 3011 must be taken concurrently.

20

BIOL 3011

Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab I 01 1cr Bergfeld NOTE: BIOL 3010 & 3011 must be taken concurrently.

S

20

BIOL 3080

Cell Biology 01 3cr Gaddis 9:00-10:20AM -M-W---WEBH Prerequisite: BIOL 3080, 3081 & CHEM 3100 taken concurrently or permission of instructor.

S

25

BIOL 3081

Cell Biology:Lab

S S

9 8

BIOL 3200

Ecology 01 3cr Manteuffel 8:00- 9:20AM ---W-F-WEBH S 30 Prerequisite: BIOL 1550 & 1560 or permission of instructor. NOTE: Lab required. BIOL 3200 & 3201 must be taken concurrently.

01 1cr Mehringer 02 1cr Mehringer 03 1cr Mehringer 04 1cr Mehringer NOTE: BIOL 1550 & 1551 must be taken concurrently.

2:00- 4:50PM

01 1cr Gaddis 2:00- 4:50PM 02 1cr Gaddis 2:00- 4:50PM NOTE: Laboratory required. BIOL 3080 & 3081 must be taken concurrently.

29

-----F-WEBH

-M-----WEBH --T----WEBH

Fee $25

$50 $50 $50 $50

$50

$75 $75


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. BIOL 3201

Course Title Ecology:Lab

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 1cr Manteuffel 02 1cr DePew NOTE: BIOL 3200 & 3201 must be taken concurrently.

BIOL 3600

Topics in Biology Medical Terminology W2 3cr Gaddis Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor.

Times 2:30- 5:20PM 2:30- 5:20PM

Days Building Trm Lim ----R--WEBH S 15 ----R--WEBH S 15

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

BIOL 3700

Plant Physiology 01 3cr Preuss Note: BIOL 3700 & BIOL 3701 must be taken concurrently.

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

20

BIOL 3701

Plant Physiology:Lab 01 1cr Preuss NOTE: BIOL 3700 & BIOL 3701 must be taken concurrently.

9:00-11:50AM

-----F-WEBH

S

20

BIOL 4050

Gene Expression 01 3cr Schroeder 12:00- 1:20PM Prerequisite: BIOL 3050, 3051 & BIOL 3080 or permission of instructor.

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

BIOL 4400

Research Methods 01 Prerequisite: CHEM 3100 and senior standing.

3cr Gaddis

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

10

BIOL 4430

Senior Thesis

4cr 4cr 4cr 4cr

TBA TBA TBA TBA

------WEBH ------WEBH ------WEBH ------WEBH

S S S S

4 4 1 1

01 02 03 04 Prerequisite: BIOL 4400 and senior standing.

Gaddis Schroeder Coffman Preuss

Fee $50 $50

$50

BROADCAST / DIGITAL JOURNALISM BJRN 1830 Broadcast Delivery and Interpretation

01

3cr Golaszewski

2:00- 4:50PM

-M-----SVER

S

15

$5

BJRN 2070

History of Broadcasting [HST]

01

3cr Williams

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER

S

24

$5

BJRN 2110

Production Techniques Prerequisite: EPMD 1000

01

3cr Williams

3:30- 4:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

15

$150

BJRN 2410

Introduction to Radio-TV Journalism Prerequisite: JOUR 1030

01

3cr Solomon

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

15

$10

BJRN 2600

Introduction to Digital Journalism 01 Prerequisites: JOUR 1030 and INTM 1600

3cr Cox

10:00-11:20AM

-M-W---SVER

S

15

$15

BJRN 2850

Radio-TV News Reporting 01 3cr Solomon 1:00- 3:50PM ---W---SVER Prerequisites: BJRN 2410, VIDE 1810, and BJRN 2110. May be repeated once for credit.

S

15

$15

BJRN 3580

Radio News Reporting and Production 01 3cr Raack Prerequisite: BJRN 2850. May be repeated once for credit.

6:00- 9:00PM

-M-----SVER

S

15

$15

BJRN 3600

Online Journalism Production 01 Prerequisites: BJRN 2600 and BJRN 2850.

3cr Cox

11:30- 1:00PM

-M-W---SVER

S

15

$15

BUSINESS BUSN 1200

Introduction to Business

11

3cr Staff

2:30- 3:50AM

-M-W- SVER

S

25

BUSN 2100

Business Communications

02

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

18

30


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. BUSN 2210

Course Title Personal Finance

Sec Hrs Faculty 08 3cr Staff 10 3cr Staff

BUSN 2750

Introduction to Statistics

01 03 06 10

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

BUSN 3710

Entrepreneurial Financial Management

10

BUSN 4110

Niu Staff Staff Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 2:30- 3:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim ----R--WEST 2 25 -M-W---SVER S 25

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 10:00-11:20AM

----R--SVER ---W---WGSD --T----DWTN --T-R--SVER

1 2 2 S

18 25 25 17

3cr Staff

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

Operations Management

01 3cr Staff 07 3cr Staff G3 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER ---W---WEST ----R--WING

1 1 2

25 25 25

BUSN 4300

Business Ethics

06 07

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---DWTN -M-----WEST

2 1

25 25

BUSN 4650

International Business

03 3cr Staff G2 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER ---W---WGSD

2 1

25 25

BUSN 4990

Business Policy

03 3cr Staff 10 3cr Staff G2 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 10:00-11:20AM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER --T-R--SVER --T----WING

2 S 1

25 25 25

CHEMISTRY CHEM 1100

General Chemistry I

01 3cr Krueger 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--WEBH S 02 3cr Krueger 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S Prerequisite: MATH 1430, College Algebra concurrently or equivalent. NOTE: Lab required. CHEM 1100 & 1101 must be taken concurrently (SCI)

25 25

CHEM 1101

General Chemistry I:Lab

S S S S S

10 10 10 10 10

CHEM 2100

Organic Chemistry I

01 3cr Coffman 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S 02 3cr Coffman 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH S Prerequisite: CHEM 1100, 1110. NOTE: Lab required. CHEM 2100 & 2101 must be taken concurrently (SCI)

20 20

CHEM 2101

Organic Chemistry I:Lab

S S S S

10 10 10 10

CHEM 3100

Biochemistry I 01 3cr Schroeder 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH Prerequisite: CHEM 2100 & 2101. NOTE: CHEM 3100 & 3101 must be taken concurrently.

S

24

CHEM 3101

Biochemistry I:Lab

S S

12 12

01 1cr Krueger 3:30- 6:20PM 02 1cr Krueger 2:00- 4:50PM 03 1cr Krueger 2:00- 4:50PM 04 1cr Krueger 9:00-11:50AM 05 1cr Krueger 1:00- 3:50PM NOTE: Lab required. CHEM 1100 & 1101 must be taken concurrently (SCI)

01 1cr Coffman 02 1cr Coffman 03 1cr Coffman 04 1cr Coffman Prerequisite: CHEM 2100 & 2101 must be taken concurrently. (SCI)

01 1cr Schroeder 02 1cr Schroeder NOTE: CHEM 3100 & 3101 must be taken concurrently.

31

9:00-11:50AM 9:00-11:50AM 9:30-12:20PM 9:00-11:50AM

9:00-11:50AM 9:00-11:50AM

-M-----WEBH --T----WEBH ---W---WEBH -----F-WEBH -----F-WEBH

-M-----WEBH --T----WEBH ---W---WEBH ----R--WEBH

----R--WEBH -----F-WEBH

Fee

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50

$50 $50 $50 $50

$75 $75


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ------WEBH S 10

Course No. CHEM 3200

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Physical Chemistry I 01 3cr Coffman TBA Prerequisite: Calculus 1, Math 1610 & Math 1620 or permission of instructor (SCI)

CHINESE

For courses in Mandarin Chinese language please see ILC 1090.02, ILC 1100.02 and ILC 2090.01. For a course in Chinese culture taught in English please see ILC 2150.01.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COAP 1020 Introduction to Computer Applications

Fee

01 02 03 04 05 09 10 11 12

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Bopp Johnson Johnson Johnson Staff Bopp Zwick Bopp Zwick

1:00- 2:20PM 10:00-11:20AM 12:00- 1:20PM 1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER ----R--DWTN -M-----SVER --T----SVER -M-----SVER --T----SVER

S S S S 1 1 1 2 2

16 16 16 16 17 16 16 16 16

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

Leech Leech Kindt Kindt Staff Staff

10:00-11:20AM 12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER ----R--SVER ---W---SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

S S 1 2 1 2

18 18 17 17 16 16

$10 $10 $10 $10

COAP 2000

XHTML Programming

01 02 03 11 W1 W5

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

COAP 2020

Desktop Publishing

01 11

3cr Dyer 3cr Reiss

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER ---W---SVER

1 2

15 15

$10 $10

Prerequisite: COAP 1020 COAP 2100

Web Technology Principles

01 3cr Biggs W1 3cr Shao W5 3cr Bailey Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

17 16 16

$10

COAP 2110

Web Animation

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----SVER ------ONL1

2 2

17 16

$10

COAP 2120

Web Editors W5 3cr Dill Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2130

Web Scripting W5 3cr Shao Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2150

Design Principles I

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 2170

Web Usability and Accessibility

01 3cr Staff W5 3cr Staff Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----SVER ------ONL1

1 2

17 16

COAP 2180

Introduction to XML W1 3cr Staff Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

11 3cr Phares W5 3cr Astuto Prerequisite: COAP 2000 (or concurrently) or HTML proficiency

W1 3cr Gilley W5 3cr Staff Prerequisite: COAP 2000 or HTML proficiency and COAP 2170

32

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------ONL1 2 16

Course No. COAP 3000

Course Title Dynamic HTML Prerequisite: COAP 2100

Sec Hrs Faculty W5 3cr Staff

COAP 3110

Interactive Site Development Prerequisite: COAP 3000

W1 3cr Blackorby

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

COAP 3120

Designing with Style Sheets

W1 3cr Citrowske W5 3cr Citrowske

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

Prerequisite: COAP 2150 (or concurrently) COAP 3150

Design Principles II

W1 3cr Dill W5 3cr Dill Prerequisite: COAP 2150 and COAP 3120 (or concurrently)

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 3180

Web Databases Prerequisite: COAP 3110

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

17

Sakurai Sakurai Shao Nicollerat Biolchini Nicollerat

9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER -M-----SVER ----R--WEST --T----SVER

S S S S S S

17 17 17 17 17 17

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

Suo Suo Staff Staff

10:00-10:50AM 12:00-12:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER --T----SVER ---W---WING

S S S S

17 17 17 17

$10 $10 $10 $10

01 3cr Sabharwal 02 3cr Staff G3 3cr Staff

1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER ---W---SVER --T----WING

S 1 2

17 17 20

$10 $10 $10

01 08

3cr Staff 3cr Sturman

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER --T----WEST

1 2

20 20

2:00- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ---W---SVER ----R--SVER -M-----WING

S 1 2 1

17 20 20 20

11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER --T----WEST ---W---SVER

S 1 2

20 20 20

COMPUTER SCIENCE COSC 1540 Emerging Technologies COSC 1550

Computer Programming I

W5 3cr Wang

11

3cr Slinkard

01 02 03 04 07 10

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Gen Ed: [CRI] COSC 1560

Computer Programming II

01 3cr 02 3cr 03 3cr G1 3cr Prerequisite: COSC 1550 with grade of B or better

COSC 1570

Mathematics for Computer Science

Gen Ed: [CRI, MTH] COSC 2610

Operating Systems Prerequisite: COSC 1550

COSC 2670

Telecommunications

01 02 11 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Suo Sturman Winslow Staff

COSC 2810

Systems Analysis and Design

01 07 11

3cr Aleshunas 3cr Staff 3cr Shabbir

Gen Ed: [CRI]

33


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. COSC 3050

Course Title Data Structures I

Sec 01 02 07 Prerequisite: COSC 1560 and Junior Standing

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr

COSC 3100

Data Structures II

3cr Biolchini 3cr Maher

08 11

Faculty Boyce Boyce Biolchini

Times 10:00-10:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W-F-SVER S 17 ----R--SVER 1 17 ---W---WEST 1 17

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEST ----R--SVER

2 2

17 17

11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-----SVER ----R--WING

S 1 1

17 17 17

Fee $10 $10 $10

$10 $10

Prerequisite: COSC 3050 and COSC 1570 COSC 3410

Computer Security

01 3cr Staff 02 3cr Staff G2 3cr Staff Prerequisite: COSC 1560 and Junior Standing

COSC 3500

IT Project Management 11 Prerequisite: COSC 1560 and Junior Standing

3cr Ovlia

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

20

COSC 3750

Decision Support Systems Concepts 07 Prerequisite: COSC 1560 and Junior Standing

3cr Dill

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEST

1

20

COSC 4110

Database Concepts

01 3cr Wang 02 3cr Smith 03 3cr Cawns Prerequisite: COSC 1560, COSC 2810 and Junior Standing

1:00- 1:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ---W---SVER ----R--SVER

S 1 1

17 17 17

COSC 4120

Database Applications

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER ----R--SVER

2 2

17 17

11 12

3cr Wang 3cr Kourik

$10 $10

Prerequisite: COSC 4110 COSC 4810

Information Systems I

01 3cr Ovlia 07 3cr McCaslin Prerequisite: COSC 1560 and COSC 2810 and Junior Standing

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER ----R--WEST

1 1

20 20

COSC 4820

Information Systems II

08 11

3cr McCaslin 3cr Ovlia

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEST --T----SVER

2 2

20 20

01 02 06 11 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

1:00- 1:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER --T----SVER ---W---DWTN --T----SVER ----R--WING

S 1 2 2 1

17 17 17 17 17

01 2cr Isom 8:30- 9:50AM -M-W---LHCT S 02 2cr Dueker 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--LHCT S May be repeated once for credit. This course is for beginning students and practices the fundamental laws of ballet and principles of correct placement which govern the stability, action and movement of the body. [ART]

25 25

Prerequisite: COSC 4810 CSIS 3410

Information Analysis

Ovlia Bell Khan Bell Shabbir

Prerequisite: Junior Standing DANCE DANC 1010

Ballet I

34

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. DANC 1030

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Dance as an Art Form 01 3cr Rund 5:30- 8:30PM -M-----LHCT S 25 This class is for the general college student with an interest in exploring the body as an expressive instrument. Disciplined technical work, dance phrases moving through space, improvisation and simple composition assignments will be studio work. Ballet, Jazz and Modern dance will be the topics of exploration.

DANC 1090

Jazz I

DANC 1110

Modern Dance I 01 2cr Rund 11:30-12:50PM --T-R--LHCT S May be repeated for credit. This is the beginning course in the Modern Dance sequence. Techniques will include Graham, Humphry, Limon philosophies and will serve as the fundamental course for further study. [ART]

25

DANC 1230

Tap Dance I 01 2cr Cosby 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--MILL S May be repeated for credit. Fundamental steps and techniques necessary for rhythmic coordination of simple tap routines will be studied. [ART]

20

DANC 1310

Composition I 01 3cr Harrison 2:30- 3:50PM --T-R--LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 1220 or permission of instructor. Through experiences in class and assigned studies, students will explore the elements of space, time, and dynamics. Motivations, phrasing, gestures and utilization of thematic material will be explored as well as working with music. Students will develop critical facilities for viewing dance.

DANC 2010

Ballet II For Majors

01 2cr Hagan 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-MILL S 16 02 2cr Hagan 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-MILL S 16 May be repeated for credit. This is a study of techniques of dance for contemporary and musical theatre design for the beginning student. [ART]

01 3cr Kardell 1:00- 2:20PM -M-W-F-LHCT S 25 02 3cr Isom 10:00-11:20AM -M-W-F-LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 1020 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. This is a course that is aimed at the still-growing beginning skills but starts to add these skills into a combination of exercises designed to evolve the techniques of ballet. [ART] DANC 2090

Jazz II

01 3cr Dueker 2:30- 3:50PM --T-R--LHCT 02 3cr Isom 11:30-12:50PM -M-W---MILL Prerequisites: DANC 1100 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. This course is a study in contemporary dance techniques using an approach toward musical comedy and concert jazz, focusing on rhythms and isolations. [ART]

DANC 2110

Modern Dance II 01 3cr Harrison 2:30- 3:50PM -M-W-F-LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 1120 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. This is a course that is aimed at the still-growing beginning skills but starts to add these skills into a combination of exercises designed to evolve the techniques of Modern. [ART]

DANC 2230

Tap Dance II 01 2cr Cosby 8:30- 9:50AM --T-R--MILL S 20 Prerequisites: DANC 1240 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. This course is designed to go beyond the fundamentals necessary for rhythmic coordination in tap combinations. Emphasis: musicality and phrasing as well as rhythmic improvisation.

DANC 2310

Composition II 01 3cr Voigt 2:30- 3:50PM -M-W---LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 1320 or permission of instructor. This class is a continuation of Composition I with emphasis on phrasing, form, content, the utilization of music, props and other visual effects, and manipulation of larger groups.

35

S S

25 16

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. DANC 3000

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Topics in Dance Aerial Dance 01 2cr Newsam 5:30- 7:30PM ---W---LHCT S 12 Geared for the strong beginner. The silks (fabric) will be the focus of the dance. One will develop strength and coordination to facilitate the skills necessary. Pilates & Conditioning for Dance 02 2cr Ruder 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W---LHCT S 25 Pilates exercises focus on posture, strength and flexibility, alerting the body to efficiency and allowing the mind to be more relaxed. Conditioning for Dance 03 1cr Tackes 9:00- 9:50AM -----F-LHCT S 25 Focus of the class will be on learning and performing exercises to enhance dance performance, covering principles of anatomy as related to dance performance and the risk of injury. Land and water exercise will be held in held in 4 week increments. Technical Theatre Crew 04 1cr Ryan TBA ------LHCT S 25 Dance students will learn the basics of behind the scenes preparations for productions. Lighting, sound, and costuming are some of the possible areas for experience. Nutrition & Health for Dancers 05 2cr Geiss 4:00- 5:20PM --T-R--LHCT S 25 The dance student will learn an appreciation for the body and its needs/functions through proper diet, nutrition and self-image. Societal and dance career norms for one’s physique will be addressed. Pedagogy 06 3cr Voigt 4:00- 5:20PM -M-W---LHCT S 25 Student learns to create and execute dance lesson plans and develops an understanding of curriculum. Costume Design 07 1cr Reed 6:00- 7:20PM -M-----LHCT S 25 Overview of basic design theory emphasizes line, shape, color, and texture followed by a discussion of style. Teaches students to research; students are responsible for final project.

DANC 3010

Ballet III 01 3cr Harrison 11:30-12:50PM -M-WRF-LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 2020 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. The student develops basic skills into unified forms.

DANC 3030

Dance Study Variations 01 3cr Kardell 1:00- 2:20PM --T-R--LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: dance major and permission of the instructor. May be repeated once for credit. More advanced course includes pointe work.

DANC 3090

Jazz III 01 3cr Dueker 1:00- 2:20PM --T-R--LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: dance major and permission of the instructor. May be repeated once for credit. More advanced course includes pointe work.

DANC 3110

Modern Dance III 01 3cr Voigt 10:00-11:20AM -MTW-F-LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: DANC 2120 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit. In this advanced level technique class, students will continue to gain strength, articulation, flexibility and alignment while working on longer movement phrases demanding a wide range of qualities, off-balance turns, elevations and falls.

DANC 3150

Webster University Dance Ensemble 01 2cr Voigt 10:00-11:20AM ----R--LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: acceptance into Dance Company by audition. May be repeated for credit. This course is rehearsal and performance in the Dance Company.

DANC 3310

Choreographic Project 01 3cr Staff 11:30-12:50PM --T----LHCT S 25 Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. The written propsal for a dance work should include music to be used, number of dancers, length and a brief description of the intended choreographic approach. The work will be viewed and critiqued several times during the semester, and a public performance of the work will constitute satisfactory completion of course requirement.

DANC 4010

Ballet IV 01 3cr Harrison 11:30-12:50PM Prerequisites: DANC 3020 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

36

-M-WRF-LHCT

S

25

Fee $25


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

Principles of Macroeconomics

02 05 08 10 11

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 2:30- 3:50PM 12:00- 1:20PM

----R--SVER ---W---DWTN --T----WEST -M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER

1 1 2 S S

25 25 25 17 17

ECON 2020

Principles of Microeconomics

03 06 10 11

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 2:20PM 10:00-11:20AM

--T----SVER ----R--DWTN -M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER

2 2 S S

25 25 25 18

ECON 3100

Issues in Economics :Issues In Sports Economics

10

3cr Staff

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

ECON 3200

Money and Banking

10

3cr Staff

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

ECON 4720

International Trade and Finance

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WGSD

2

25

ECON 4800

Industrial Organizational Economics

10

3cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

EDUCATION EDUC 2080

Early Adolescent Development

01

3cr Staff

5:00 - 9:00PM

-----M--WEBH

1

10

EDUC 2110

Communication in Education

01 02

3cr Shiller 3cr Shiller

1:00- 2:20PM 2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---WEBH -M-W---WEBH

S S

20 20

EDUC 2120

Adolescent Development

01

3cr Klostermann

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

EDUC 2550

Student Literacy Corps

01

3cr Northcott

12:00- 1:20PM

--T----OFFC

S

20

EDUC 2900

The Education of Students with Exceptionalities

01 02

3cr McMullen 3cr Miller

10:00-11:20AM 1:00 - 2:20PM

--T-R--WEBH -M-W---WEBH

S S

20 20

EDUC 3000

Intermediate Practicum in Education :Elementary 01 3cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Art (5-9) 02 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Foreign Language 03 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Vocal Music 04 1cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Instrumental Mus 05 1cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Social Studies 06 3cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Science 07 3cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Special Education 08 3cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Secondary Social Studies 09 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Secondary English 10 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Secondary Journalism 11 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Secondary Science 12 2cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Middle School Language Arts 13 3cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S 25 :Secondary Seminar 30 1cr Staff 3:30- 5:20PM -M-----WEBH S 25 Prerequisites: See online catalog. Students must file appropriate forms by posted deadlines. All Middle School and Secondary sections must register for EDUC 3000.30 concurrently with their practicum.

EDUC 3100

Learning, Teaching, and Assessment

01 02

3cr Korobey 3cr Korobey 37

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. ECONOMICS ECON 2010

12:00- 1:20PM 1:30 - 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

15 15

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH 1 17

Course No. EDUC 3125

Course Title Technology In The Classroom

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 2cr Olliges

Times 8:00- 9:50AM

EDUC 3126

Web 2.0 Technologies in the Classroom

01

1cr Olliges

8:30-11:30AM

-----F-WEBH

1

17

EDUC 3127

Interactive Technologies in the Classroom

01

1cr Staff

8:00- 9:50AM

--T----WEBH

2

17

EDUC 3128

Multimedia in the Classroom

01

1cr Staff

8:00- 9:50AM

----R--WEBH

2

17

EDUC 3150

Education in a Diverse Society :Early Childhood/Elementary 01 3cr Bauermeist 9:30-11:20AM --T----WEBH S 15 :MDSC/Secondary/K-12 02 3cr Cooper 9:00-10:50AM --T----WEBH S 15 Prerequisites: College level composition course with a B- or better; EDUC 2110. Concurrent registration in EDUC 3155.

EDUC 3155

Early Diversity Practicum :Early Childhood/Elementary :MDSC/Secondary/K-12 Prerequisites: EDUC 2110

EDUC 3170

Methods of Teaching Language Arts Prerequisite: Please see online catalog

01 02

1cr Bauermeist 1cr Cooper

9:30-11:20AM 9:00-10:50AM

----R--OFFC ----R--OFFC

S S

15 15

01

3cr Hoyt

8:30-11:20AM

-----F-WEBH

S

20

01

3cr Hoyt

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---WEBH

S

20

3:00- 4:20PM 1:00- 3:00PM 1:00- 3:00PM 1:00- 3:00PM 1:00- 3:00PM TBA 12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--WEBH -----F-WEBH -----F-WEBH -----F-WEBH -----F-WEBH ------WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S S S S S S

20 15 20 20 20 20 12

1:30- 2:50PM 1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

15 15

Fee $25

EDUC 3180

Children's Literature Prerequisite: EDUC 3150.

EDUC 3300

Topics in Education :Writing for Teachers :AT Seminar Earlychildhood/Elem :AT Seminar MDSC/Secondary :AT Seminar MDSC/Secondary :AT Seminar MDSC/Secondary :AT Seminar Special Education :Intelligence: Theories & Measures

01 02 03 04 05 06 07

3cr 1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr 3cr

EDUC 3375

Behavior Management Prerequisite: EDUC 3150.

01 02

3cr McMullen 3cr Staff

EDUC 3500

Techniques of Secondary School Teaching Prerequisite: EDUC 3150

01

3cr Hoyt

10:30-11:50AM

-M-W---WEBH

S

20

EDUC 3520

Methods of Teaching Elementary Reading Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Cornell

8:30-11:20AM

-----M--WEBH

S

20

EDUC 3560

Methods of Teaching Elementary Science 01 Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

3cr Staff

5:30-8:30PM

-----M--OFFC

S

20

$20

EDUC 3570

Methods of Teaching Elementary Social Studies for the Elementary Grades Prerequistie: Please see online catalog.

3cr Stanley

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

$35

01

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Rustemeyer

38

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH S 20

Course No. EDUC 3600

Course Title Classroom Organization and Curriculum Implementation

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Spiekerman

Times 8:30- 9:50AM

EDUC 3700

Methods of Teaching Strategic Reading and Writing Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Steffan

8:30-11:20AM

---W---WEBH

S

20

EDUC 4020

Health, Nutrition and Safety 01 Prerequisite: EDUC 2850 and EDUC 3150.

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

EDUC 4070

Methods of Teaching Reading in the Content Areas Prerequisite: Please see online catalog

01

3cr Steffan

2:00- 4:50PM

---W---WEBH

S

20

EDUC 4110

Methods of Teaching Secondary English Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Staff

9:00-12:50PM

------SWEBH

2

20

EDUC 4120

Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

EDUC 4130

Methods of Teaching Writing Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

EDUC 4200

Methods in Middle School Curriculum and Instruction Prerequisite: Please see online catalog.

01

3cr Musbach

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

10

EDUC 4330

Introduction to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities Prerequisite: EDUC 2900

01

3cr Hasty

5:00- 8:00PM

---W---WGSD

S

10

EDUC 4435

Inclusion Strategies in the General 01 2cr Cooper 8:30-11:30AM -----F-WEBH Education Classroom Prerequisites: EDUC 2900 and 9 credit hours of professional education courses of permission of instructor.

1

20

EDUC 4450

Psychoeducational Assessment 01 3cr Korobey Prerequisite: EDUC 4330 or permission of instructor.

5:30- 8:30PM

-M-----WEBH

S

10

EDUC 4460

Methods of Teaching Students with 01 Mild/Moderate Disabilities I Prerequisites: EDUC 4330 and EDUC 4450.

3cr Mahfood

5:00 - 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

1

10

EDUC 4470

Methods of Teaching Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities II Prerequisites: EDUC 4330.

01

3cr Menscher

5:00-9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

10

EDUC 4650

Senior Overview Prerequisite: Senior Standing

01

3cr Miller

TBA

------OFFC

S

5

EDUC 4690

Assessment and Advancement of 01 Reading Abilities Prerequisites: EDUC 3520 and EDUC 3700.

3cr Staff

5:00- 8:00PM

--T----WEBH

S

20

39

Fee

$10

$35

$35


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Analysis and Correction of 01 3cr Schulz Reading Disabilities Prerequisites: EDUC 2900, EDUC 3520, and EDUC 4450.

EDUC 4770

Assessment of Young Children 01 3cr Staff 5:00- 9:00PM Prerequisites: EDUC 4740, EDUC 4830 or concurrent registration in EDUC 4830.

---W---WEBH

1

10

EDUC 4830

Early Childhood Curriculum 01 4cr Breig-Allen 12:00- 1:20PM Prerequisites: EDUC 2850, EDUC 3150, EDUC 3155, and EDUC 4770.

--T-R--WEBH

S

20

EDUC 4831

Preprimary Practicum 01 1cr Breig-Allen TBA ------WEBH Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in EDUC 4830 or prior successful completion of equivalent, EDUC 2850, EDUC 3150 and EDUC 4740.

1

20

EDUC 4832

Early Primary Practicum 01 1cr Breig-Allen TBA ------OFFC Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in EDUC 4830 or prior successful completion of equivalent, EDUC 2850, EDUC 3150 and EDUC 4740.

2

20

EDUC 4940

Apprentice Teaching: 01 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC Early Childhood (Pre Primary) Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement, acceptance into the Teacher Certification program, successful completion of 9 credit hours of foundations requirements, successful completion of all but 4 credit hours of professional education requirements, EDUC 3000, and concurrent registration in EDUC 3300 Apprentice Teaching Seminar.

1

25

EDUC 4950

Apprentice Teaching:Primary 01 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC (grades 1-3) 02 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement, acceptance into the Teacher Certification program, successful completion of 9 credit hours of foundations requirements, successful completion of all but 4 credit hours of professional education requirements, EDUC 3000, concurrent registration in EDUC 3300 Apprentice Teaching Seminar.

S 2

25 25

EDUC 4960

Apprentice Teaching:Intermediate 01 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC (grades 4-6) Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement, acceptance into the Teacher Certification program, successful completion of 9 credit hours of foundations requirements, successful completion of all but 4 credit hours of professional education requirements, EDUC 3000, concurrent registration in EDUC 3300 Apprentice Teaching Seminar.

S

25

EDUC 4965

Apprentice Teaching:Middle School (grades 5-9) :Language Arts 01 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC :Mathematics 02 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC :Science 03 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC :Social Studies 04 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement, acceptance into the Teacher Certification program, successful completion of 9 credit hours of foundations requirements, successful completion of all but 4 credit hours of professional education requirements, EDUC 3000 and concurrent registration in EDUC 3300, Apprentice Teaching Seminar.

S S S S

25 25 25 25

40

Times 5:00- 8:00PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T----WEBH S 10

Course No. EDUC 4700

Fee

$5


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. EDUC 4970

EDUC 4980

Days Building Trm Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Apprentice Teaching:Secondary :Art (1-8) 01 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 1 :Art (9-12) 02 7cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 2 :English (9-12) 03 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S :Journalism (9-12) 04 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S :Social Studies (9-12) 05 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S :Unified Science (9-12) 06 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S :Mathematics 07 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC S :Music Instrumental (1-6) 08 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 1 :Music-Instrumental (9-12) 09 7cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 2 :Music-Vocal (1-6) 10 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 1 :Music-Vocal (9-12) 11 7cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 2 :French (1-6) 12 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 1 :French (9-12) 13 7cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 2 :Spanish (1-6) 14 6cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 1 :Spanish (9-12) 15 7cr Staff TBA ------OFFC 2 Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement, acceptance into the Teacher Certification program, successful completion of all foundations requirements, successful completion of 9 credit hours of professional educations requirements, successful completion of all but 6 credit hours of required subject area courses, and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in foundations, professional education and content courses with no grade below a C. Concurrent registration in EDUC 3300 Apprentice teaching seminar.

Lim

Apprentice Teaching:Special 01 13cr Staff TBA ------OFFC Education(grades K-12) Prerequisites: senior standing, cumulative 3.0 GPA in the education major, EDUC 4430 and EDUC 3000/ EDUC 4530, or permission of advisor, and filing of appropriate form one semester prior to placement. Concurrent registration in EDUC 3300, Special Education seminar is mandatory.

S

25

ELECTRONIC AND PHOTOGRAPHIC MEDIA EPMD 1000 Introduction to Media Production

EPMD 2000

Introductory Topics in Media :Intro To Dreamweaver

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

01

Huston McElwee McElwee McElwee Williams Thomas Huston Williams McElwee McElwee Barrett

:Intro to Final Cut Pro

--T----SVER ----R--SVER ----R--SVER -----F-SVER --T----SVER ---W---SVER --T----SVER --T----SVER ----R--SVER ----R--SVER -----F-SVER

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

0 15 15 15 15 15 0 15 15 15 15

1cr Dyer Dyer

5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 9/17--9/18/2010

1 1

12 12

02

1cr Oliver Oliver

5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 9/24--9/25/2010

1 1

9 9

03

1cr Dyer Dyer

5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 11/05--11/06/2010

2 2

12 12

Prerequisite: EPMD 1000. :Intro to In Design

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

1:00- 4:50PM 1:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 9:00-12:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 9:00-12:50PM

Prerequisite: EPMD 1000.

Prerequisite: EPMD 1000. 41

Fee

$25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No.

Course Title :Intro to Final Cut Pro

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

05

5:30--9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 9/10--9/11/2010

1 1

15 15

5:30--9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 10/08--10/09/2010

1 1

15 15

1cr von Diest

5:30--9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-SVER ------SSVER 11/12--11/13/2010

2 2

15 15

01 02 03

3cr Cocalis 3cr Oehler 3cr Taylor

12:00-1:20PM 12:00- 1:20PM 2:30-3:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBG --T-R--WEBG -M-W--WEBG

S S S

22 22 22

01 02

3cr Oehler 3cr Borgmeyer

8:30- 9:50AM 5:30-9:30PM

--T-R--PRSN --T----WEBG

S 2

22 22

01 02

3cr Hagerman 3cr Jones

10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM

-M-W-F-PRSN -M-W-F-PRSN

S S

22 22

01 02

3cr McIlhaney 3cr McIlhaney

9:00-9:50AM 10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-PRSN -M-W-F-PRSN

S S

22 23

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-PRSN

S

22

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-PRSN

S

22

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--PRSN

S

22

4:00- 5:20PM

-M-W---PRSN

S

22

12:00-12:50PM 3:00-4:20PM

-M-W-F-PRSN --T-R-PRSN

S S

22 22

Prerequsite: EPMD 1000. Photoshoop for Media Professionals

1cr von Diest

Prerequisites: EPMD 1000 or by permission of the instructor. Photoshoop for Media Professionals

06

1cr von Diest

Prerequisites: EPMD 1000 or by permission of the instructor. EPMD 3000

ENGLISH ENGL 1030

ENGL 1044

Intermediate Topics in Media Photoshop Applications for Photographers 01

Introduction to Literature

Topics in Literature Science Fiction Cops and Robbers

ENGL 1510

Major Dramatists I

[HST, HUM]

ENGL 2020

Major British Writers I [HST, HUM]

Days Building Trm Lim -----F-SVER 2 9 ------SSVER 2 9 11/19--11/20/2010

Sec Hrs Faculty 04 1cr Oliver Oliver

A Liberal Arts Minor course ENGL 2030

Major British Writers II [HST, HUM] A Liberal Arts Minor course

01

3cr Conway

ENGL 2050

Major U.S. Writers I [HUM] A Liberal Arts Minor course

01

3cr Farish

ENGL 2070

Major U.S. Writers II [HUM]

01

3cr Sempreora

ENGL 2086

Contemporary Multiethnic Literature of the United States [CUL] A Multicultural Studies course.

01

3cr Harrison

ENGL 2110

Perspectives [CUL, HUM] The Antihero 01 Savior Girls 02 May be repeated for credit if content differs

3cr Farish 3cr Hagerman

ENGL 2150

Creative Writing: Poetry [ART] 01 3cr Clewell May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--PRSN

S

15

ENGL 2160

Creative Writing: Fiction [ART]

1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM

--T-R--PRSN --T----PRSN

S S

15 15

01 3cr Lattimore 02 3cr Farish May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor 42

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ENGL 2170

Course Title Creative Writing: Playwriting [ART]

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Erickson 02 3cr Erickson May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor

ENGL 2180

Creative Writing: NonFiction 01 May be repeated for credit if content differs

ENGL 2210

Literature into Film: [ART, HUM] Cowboys from Wayne to the Whitehouse Deceit

01 02

Times 10:00-11:20AM 5:30- 8:30PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--PRSN S 15 -M-----PRSN S 15

3cr Finneran

3:00- 4:20PM

--T-R--PRSN

S

15

3cr Lattimore 3cr Cocalis

5:30- 9:30PM 2:00-4:50PM

----R--PRSN -----F-PRSN

1 S

22 22

ENGL 3100

Modern Drama 01 3cr Sempreora Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of English or permission of the instructor

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---PRSN

S

16

ENGL 3150

Men Create Women in Literature 01 3cr Sempreora 1:30- 2:50PM Prerequisite: sophomore standing or above A Women's Studies Minor course

--T-R--PRSN

S

16

ENGL 3210

Tragic Themes

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--PRSN

S

16

ENGL 3300

20th Century American Poetry 01 3cr Clewell 12:00- 1:20PM Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of English or permission of the instructor

--T-R--PRSN

S

16

ENGL 3900

Myth and Classical Literature 01 3cr McIlhaney 11:00-11:50AM Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of English or permission of the instructor

-M-W-F-PRSN

S

16

ENGL 4400

Advanced Writing Workshop Poetry 01 4cr Clewell 2:00- 4:50PM ---W---PRSN Fiction 02 4cr Lattimore 5:30- 8:30PM ---W---PRSN Prerequisites: ENGL 2150, ENGL 2160 and preliminary portfolio review with permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit.

S S

15 15

-M-W---PRSN

S

16

01

3cr Erickson

ENGL 4500

Literary Criticism 01 3cr Armbruster 1:00- 2:20PM Prerequisites: junior standing, 12 credit hours of English or permission of the instructor

ENGL 4600

Portfolio Review Required of all senior English majors

------PRSN

S

50

ENGL 4610

Reading Course 01 1cr Armbruster TBA ------PRSN Prerequisites: junior standing and filing of official form. May be repeated for credit if content differs

S

50

ENGL 4900

Senior Honors Thesis 01 1cr Armbruster TBA ------PRSN An independent project required of all English honors students. Prerequisite: permission of instructor

S

25

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESLG 4000 Advanced English as a Second Language Prerequisite: Placement test. [CUL] ESLG 4050

01

0cr Armbruster

TBA

Fee

01

10cr Trachtova

TBA

------WEBG

S

18

$5

English as a Second Language 01 Seminar Prerequisite: Permission of ESL coordinator.

3cr Trachtova

1:00- 2:20PM

-M-W---WEBH

S

18

$5

43


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ETHICS ETHC 1000

Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

01 3cr Bohus 02 3cr Bohus Prerequisites: PHOT 1000, FLST 1800, and VIDE 1810.

FILM 3730

Days Building Trm Lim

Issues and Problems in Ethics Indigenous Peoples, Cultures and Ethics 01 1cr Conway-Long 9:00- 9:50AM ---W---WEBH [VAL[ Cross-listed with ANSO 2000-04. Ethics and Leadership on Campus [VAL] 02 1cr Femmer 1:00- 2:50PM ----R--RWES Ethics and Climate Change [VAL] 03 1cr Pollack 1:00- 1:50PM -----F-WEBH Archaeology and Ethics [VAL] 04 1cr MacDougal 3:00- 4:50PM --T----WEBH An Ancient Studies Minor course. All ETHC 1000 sections are Practical and Interdisciplinary Ethics Certificate courses.

FILM PRODUCTION FILM 2320 Filmmaking I

FILM 3150

Times

9:00-11:50AM 2:30- 5:20PM

-M-----SVER -M-----SVER

Topics in Film Production :Acting for Film 01 3cr Houk 9:00-11:50AM -M-----SVER Prerequisite: May be repeated for credit if content differs. :Casting for Film 02 3cr Houk 1:00- 3:50PM -M-----SVER Prerequisite: May be repeated for credit if content differs. :Location Production Strategies 03 3cr Reisz 9:00-12:50PM -M-----SVER Prerequisites: FILM 2320 or VIDE 1810 or permission of instructor. :3D Stereoscopic Cinema 04 3cr Maupin 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER Prerequisites: For Film Production students, FILM 2320; for Video Production students VIDE 2520; or by permission of the instructor. Film II: Production

01 02 03

3cr Ormond 3cr Ormond 3cr Ormond

Fee

S

15

2 S 2

25 25 25

S S

12 12

$220 $220

S

15

$15

S

12

1

12

$35

1

6

$50

9:00-11:50AM 9:00-11:50AM 1:00- 3:50PM

---W---SVER ----R--SVER ----R--SVER

S S S

9 9 9

$450 $450 $450

Prerequisite: FILM 2320. FILM 3900

Lighting for Film and Video

01 3cr Huston 02 3cr Huston Prerequisite: PHOT 1000, VIDE 1810, or THEA 2020

1:00- 4:50PM 1:00- 4:50PM

---W---SVER ---W---SVER

1 2

15 15

$125 $125

FILM 4560

Advanced Cinematography 01 3cr Bohus Prerequisites: FILM 3900, FILM 3750 and permission of instructor.

5:00- 7:50PM

--T----SVER

S

12

$200

FILM 4600

Overview Pre-Production

01 3cr Oliver 9:00-11:50AM 02 3cr Oliver 9:00-11:50AM Prerequisites: senior standing, FILM 3750, and permission of instructor.

--T----SVER ---W---SVER

S S

15 15

FILM STUDIES FLST 1800

Film Appreciation

5:30- 8:30PM 10:00-12:50PM 1:30- 4:20PM 5:30- 8:30PM

-M-----SVER --T----SVER -----F-SVER ---W---SVER

S S S S

25 25 25 25

$30 $30 $30 $30

1:00- 3:50PM

01 3cr Mink 02 3cr Brown 03 3cr Brown 04 3cr Wartts An American Studies Course and A Liberal Arts Minor Course. [ART]

FLST 2050

History of Film [HST]

01

4cr Smith

--T-R--SVER

S

25

$30

FLST 2060

Modern World Cinema 01 4cr Corley 1:00- 3:50PM -M-W---SVER Prerequisite: FLST 2050. An International Studies Certificate Course, Multicultural Studies Minor Course.

S

25

$30

44


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title History of Animation

FLST 3160

Topics in Film Studies :The Films of Oliver Stone 01 3cr Froehlich 5:30- 9:30PM :Brazilian Culture Music/Film 02 3cr Corley 5:30- 9:30PM :Telling Stories Visually 03 3cr Brown 5:30- 9:30PM :The New Independents 04 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM :France on the Big Screen 05 3cr Tessier 5:30- 8:30PM Prerequisite: FLST 1800 or FLST 2060. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

--T----SVER ----R--SVER --T----SVER ----R--SVER -M-----WEBH

1 1 2 2 S

25 25 25 25 7

Topics in Documentary Film Studies :Narrative Films 01 3cr Moriarty LGBTT Issues in Documentaries 02 3cr Oliver Prerequisite: FILM 1800 or FILM 2060 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

5:30- 9:30PM 9:00-12:50PM

----R--PRSN -M-----SVER

1 2

5 25

$30

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

12

$30

------SVER

S

10

FLST 3170

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Timmermann

Times 5:30- 8:30PM

Days Building Trm Lim ---W---SVER S 25

Course No. FLST 2070

FLST 4160

Survey of Film Theory and Criticism 01 Prerequisite: FLST 1800 OR FLST 2050.

3cr Corley

FLST 4620

Senior Overview 01 3cr Corley TBA Prerequisites: senior standing, acceptance of the student's petition to proceed to Senior Overview, and permission of the instructor.

FINANCE FINC 3210

Principles of Finance

02 08 10 11

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 2:20PM 1:30- 2:50PM

---W---SVER ---W---WEST -M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER

1 2 S S

17 25 25 25

FINC 3600

Financial Management

10

3cr Staff

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

FINC 3800

Financial Markets and Institutions

10

3cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

FINC 4210

Investments

04

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

2

17

FINC 4610

Advanced Investments

11

3cr Staff

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

17

FRENCH

For a course on French Film taught in English please see ILC 2150.08.

FRENCH FREN 1070

Intensive Introduction to French: Level I [CUL]

Fee $30

$30 $30 $30 $30

01

3cr Harig

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBG

1

18

$10

FREN 1080

Intensive Introduction to French: Level II 01 Prerequisite: FREN 1070 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Harig

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBG

2

18

$10

FREN 1090

Elementary French: Level I [CUL]

3cr Tessier 3cr Thompson

12:00-12:50PM 9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH

S S

18 18

$10 $10

FREN 1100

Elementary French: Level II

3cr Tessier 3cr Cravens

10:00-10:50AM 8:30- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

18 18

$10 $10

01 02

01 02 Prerequisite: FREN 1090 or equivalent. [CUL]

45


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. FREN 1101

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Workshop: French Pronunciation I 01 1cr Jones Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any French class.

Times 11:00-11:50AM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----WEBH S 18

Fee $5

FREN 2090

Intermediate French: Level I

01 02 Prerequisite: FREN 1100 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Staff 3cr Cravens

10:00-10:50AM 1:30- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

18 18

$10 $10

FREN 2100

Intermediate French: Level II 01 Prerequisite: FREN 2090 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Noël

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

$10

FREN 2101

Workshop: French Pronunciation II 01 1cr Jones 11:00-11:50AM ---W---WEBH S 18 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any French class and prior experience with the International Phonetic Alphabet.

$5

FREN 2170

Intermediate Conversational French 01 Prerequisite: FREN 2090 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Staff

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

FREN 3090

Advanced French: Level I 01 Prerequisite: FREN 2100 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Noël

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

$10

FREN 3091

Workshop: French Pronunciation III 01 1cr Jones 11:00-11:50AM -----F-WEBH S Prerequisite: Completion of FREN 2101 French Pronunciation II, or equivalent, or permission of the instructor.

18

$5

FREN 4650

Advanced Topics [CUL] [HUM] "La Francophonie" 01 3cr Thompson 12:00- 1:20PM Prerequisite: FREN 3090 or FREN 3250 or equivalent. An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major course.

$10

GENERAL STUDIES GNST 1308 Technology, Science, and Society When Rivers Run Wild [SCI] 01 An Environment Studies Minor Course. GNST 2000

GNST 2004

GNST 2005

GNST 3500

GNST 4000

GERMAN GRMN 1070

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

3cr Wilson

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----PRSN

1

15

Topics in the Liberal Arts Magic in the Greek & Roman World An Ancient Studies Minor course.

01

3cr MacDougal

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

Topics in the Liberal Arts Wander Outside/Wonder Outside: Reading Human Geography [HUM]

01

3cr Kleinman

12:00- 1:30PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

Topics in the Liberal Arts Monsters, Power, & the Problem of Evil [VAL] Cross-listed with RELG 2150-01.

01

3cr Welsh

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

10

Liberal Arts Seminar Decadence Prerequisite: junior or senior standing.

01

3cr Loudenback

1:00- 3:00PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

2

25

TBA

------WEBH

S

5

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBG

1

18

Overview (0-6 Credits) 01 6cr Watson Prerequisite: Approval of the Coordinator of Experential Learning.

Intensive Introduction to German: Level I [CUL]

01

3cr Staff

46

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T----WEBG 2 18

Fee $10

9:00- 9:50AM 12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH

S S

18 18

$10 $10

3:00- 3:50PM

--T----WEBH

S

18

$5

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

3:00- 3:50PM

----R--WEBH

S

18

$5

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

2:00- 2:50PM

----R--WEBH

S

18

$5

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

$10

1cr Hanssen 5:30-10:00PM -----F-OFFC 2 18 Hanssen 8:00-10:00PM ------SOFFC 2 18 Hanssen 9:00-12:00PM U------OFFC 2 18 Prerequisite: GRMN 2090 or equivalent. Dates: October 22-24, 2010. Location: Lay Station in Louisiana, Missouri. Contact Paula Hanssen 314-968-7054 for more specific details. [CUL]

$35 $35 $35

GRMN 3090

Advanced German: Level I 01 Prerequisite: GRMN 2100 or equivalent. [CUL]

GRMN 3150

Culture and Civilization of German Speaking Countries: Berlin in Art, Film 01 3cr Carlsson 5:30- 8:30PM ----R--WEBH and Literature. Prerequisite: GRMN 2100 or equivalent. Crosslisted with GRMN 4250.01 and ILC 5120.01. An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major course. [CUL]

Course No. GRMN 1080

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Intensive Introduction to German: 01 3cr Staff Level II Prerequisite: GRMN 1080 or equivalent. [CUL]

GRMN 1090

Elementary German: Level I [CUL]

GRMN 1091

Workshop Listening, Pronunciation, Vocab 01 1cr Staff Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in GRMN 1090.

01 02

3cr Carlsson 3cr Carlsson

GRMN 1100

Elementary German: Level II 01 Prerequisite: GRMN 1090 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Hanssen

GRMN 1101

Workshop Listening, Pronunciation, Vocab. 01 1cr Staff Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in GRMN 1100.

GRMN 2090

Intermediate German: Level I 01 Prerequisite: GRMN 1100 or equivalent. [CUL]

GRMN 2091

Workshop Listening & Vocab thru Culture 01 1cr Staff Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in GRMN 2090.

GRMN 2100

Intermediate German: Level II 01 Prerequisite: GRMN 2090 or equivalent. [CUL]

GRMN 2170

Intermediate Conversational German Weekend [CUL]

GRMN 4250

3cr Hanssen

3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

01

3cr Lindgren

3:00- 4:20PM

--T-R--WEBH

Topics in Literature Berlin in Art, Film and Literature 01 3cr Carlsson 5:30- 8:30PM ----R--WEBH Prerequisite: GRMN 3250 or equivalent. Crosslisted with GRMN 3150.01 and ILC 5120.01. An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major course. [HUM] [CUL]

S

18

$10

S

18

$10

S

18

$10

HEALTH SCIENCE HLSC 1550 Tennis I

01

1cr Bunch

8:30- 9:50AM

-M-W---UNCT

1

12

HLSC 1551

Golf I

01

1cr Belsky

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--UNCT

1

12

HLSC 1554

Volleyball I

01

1cr Graf

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--UNCT

2

20

47

$50


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. HLSC 1570

Course Title Basketball I

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 1cr Bunch

Times 8:30- 9:50AM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W---UNCT 2 20

HLSC 1572

Yoga and Wellness I

01 02

1cr Karros 1cr Karros

8:30- 9:50AM 8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH

1 2

10 10

HLSC 1579

Fencing I

01

1cr Long

11:30-12:50PM

--T-R--UNCT

1

16

HLSC 1580

Bowling I

01

1cr Kurich

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--UNCT

1

20

$50

HLSC 1581

Bowling II

01

1cr Kurich

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--UNCT

2

20

$50

HLSC 1582

Strength and Conditioning I

01 02 03 04

1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr

Bunch Siener Eaton Belsky

7:00- 7:50AM 10:00-11:20AM 7:00- 7:50AM 7:00- 7:50AM

-M-W-F-UNCT -M-W---UNCT -M-W-F-UNCT -M-W-F-UNCT

1 1 2 2

24 12 24 25

HLSC 1583

Strength and Conditioning II

01 1cr Siener 02 1cr Staff Prerequisite: HLSC 1580 or permission of instructor.

10:00-11:20AM 7:00- 7:50AM

-M-W---UNCT -M-W-F-UNCT

2 2

12 35

HLSC 1589

Fencing II 01 1cr Long Prerequisite: HLSC 1579 or permission of instructor.

11:30-12:50PM

--T-R--UNCT

2

16

HLSC 1590

Swimming I

01

1cr Homm

1:00- 2:20PM

-M-W---UNCT

1

10

HLSC 1591

Swimming II

01

1cr Homm

1:00- 2:20PM

-M-W---UNCT

2

10

HLSC 1600

Walking for Fitness

01

1cr Graf

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--UNCT

1

20

HLSC 1660

RAD (Rape, Aggression & Defense)

01 02

1cr Schultheis 1cr Schultheis

3:00- 4:20PM 5:30- 8:20PM

-M-W---WEBH -M-----UNCT

1 1

12 10

$5 $5

01 1cr Schultheis 02 1cr Schultheis Prerequisite: HLSC 1660. NOTE: Women only.

3:00- 4:20PM 5:30- 8:20PM

-M-W---WEBH -M-----UNCT

2 2

12 10

$5 $5

Fee

NOTE: Women only. HLSC 1670

RAD II (Rape, Aggression & Defense)

HLSC 1685

Kickball

01

1cr Belsky

10:00-11:20AM

-M-W---UNCT

2

25

HLSC 1690

Outdoor Recreation Activities (Frisbee,Kickball,Flag Football, etc)

01

1cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

-M-W---UNCT

1

24

HLSC 1710

Dodgeball

01

1cr Siener

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--UNCT

1

24

HLSC 1725

Co-Ed Softball

01

1cr Staff

8:30- 9:50AM

-M-W---UNCT

1

24

HLSC 1730

Body Fit

01

1cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

-M-W---UNCT

1

24

HLSC 1750

Running for Fitness

01

1cr Lopez

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--UNCT

1

10

-M-W---HSPC

2

25

HISTORY HIST 1010

Topics in History The Vietnam War 01 3cr Chappell 2:00- 4:50PM May be repeated for credit if content differs. An American Studies Course. [HST]

48


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times World Civilization Before 1500 History of Ancient Near East 01 3cr MacDougal 4:00- 5:20PM May be repeated for credit if content differs. An International Studies Course. A Human Rights Course and Ancient Studies Course. [HST, HUM]

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W---WEBH

S

25

HIST 1120

The Ancient World 01 3cr Skele 2:00- 2:50PM May be repeated for credit if content differs. An International Studies Course, Ancient Studies Minor Courses [HST, HUM]

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

HIST 1300

Revolutionary America 01 An American Studies course. [HST, VAL]

HIST 1320

Twentieth-Century United States 20th Century US History 20th Century US History An American Studies course. [HST]

Course No. HIST 1100

HIST 1500

HIST 2000

HIST 2060

HIST 2220

HIST 2280

HIST 2310

HIST 2440

01 02

3cr Anderson

11:00-11:50AM

-M-W-F-HSPC

S

25

3cr Chappell 3cr Miller

10:00-10:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-HSPC -M-----HSPC

S 2

25 25

----R--WEST

2

25

--T-R--HSPC

S

15

S

15

American Studies American West 01 3cr Vestal 5:30- 9:30PM May be repeated for credit if content differs. An American Studies Course. [HST] Social History Working Class America 01 3cr Anderson 10:00-11:20AM May be repeated for credit if content differs. Cross-listed w/ HRTS 2086. A Multicultural Studies Course, An American Studies Course. [HST,VAL]

Gender and Family Prayer, Power, & Petticoats: Early Modern Women in France & 01 3cr Thompson 12:00- 12:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH England. May be repeated for credit if content differs. A Women's Studies Minor Course. Cross-listed with WOMN 2000 [HST, VAL]

Modern Europe War & Society: 1500 - Present 01 3cr Salevouris 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---HSPC 1 Prerequisite: sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. A Human Rights Course. Cross-listed w/ HIST 4200. [HST] History of England Medieval England 01 3cr Salevouris 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-HSPC S Prerequisite: sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. A Human Rights Course. [HST,HUM] Encounters with History North American Indians 01 3cr Nunez-Regueiro May be repeated for credit if content differs. [HST] Cross-listed with ANSO 2040 and HRTS 2086.

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

History of Latin America Women in Latin America 01 3cr Fahrney 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-HSPC May be repeated for credit if content differs. A Women's Studies, International Studies Course. [CUL] A Human Rights Course. Cross-listed with ISTL 2550.

49

20

25

2

10

S

15

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times 11:00-11:50AM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W-F-HSPC S 15

Course No. HIST 2600

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty The Craft of History 01 3cr Chappell Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. [CRI]

HIST 2610

Reading Course:Introductory 01 6cr Staff Prerequisites: filing of official form and usually sophomore standing.

HIST 3060

History Roundtable Gilded Age & The Progressive Era 01 3cr Anderson 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--HSPC S 20 Conservative Movement in America 02 3cr Miller 3:00- 4:20PM -M-W---HSPC S 25 Section .01 cross-listed with HIST 4300.01. May be repeated for credit if content differs. An American Studies Course. Prerequisites: 6 credit hours of history or permission of the instructor.

HIST 3100

Diplomatic History European Diplomacy Since 1815 01 3cr Salevouris 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--HSPC S 15 Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of pertinent history or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Cross-listed with HIST 4200.

HIST 4000

Research Requirement 01 0cr Staff TBA Students registering for this course MUST also register for a 3000 or 4000 level course which satisfies the departmental research requirement.

HIST 4200

Advanced Studies in European History War & Society: 1500 - Present 01 3cr Salevouris 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---HSPC 1 5 European Diplomacy Since 1815 02 3cr Salevouris 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--HSPC S 5 Prerequisites: 6 hours of European history and permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. A Human Rights Course. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Section .01 is cross-listed with HIST 2220.01. Section .02 is cross-listed with HIST 2220.02.

HIST 4300

Advanced Studies in U.S. History Gilded Age & The Progressive Era 01 3cr Anderson 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--HSPC S 5 Prerequisites: 6 credit hours of American history or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Cross-listed with HIST 3060. An American Studies course. Satisfies Department Research Requirement.

HIST 4400

Advanced Studies in Non-Western History Third World 02 3cr Entessar 2:00- 4:50PM -M-----HSPC S 7 Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of political science. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. An International Studies & Human Rights course. Cross-listed with POLT 4400.

HIST 4600

History Seminar Rise of China/Sino-US Relations 01 3cr Kim 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S Prerequisite: usually senior standing or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Cross-listed with POLT 4600, INTL 4600.

TBA

------WEBG

------WEBG

S

S

0

25

6

HIST 4610

Reading Course:Advanced 01 6cr Staff TBA ------WEBG Prerequisite: Filing of official form obtained from the department office and usually junior standing. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies the departmental research requirement. Students should not register for this course without first contacting the department.

S

0

HIST 4700

Senior Thesis 01 4cr Staff TBA Prerequisite: Senior Standing and approval of the department chairperson. Students may not register without first filling out paperwork with the department. Satisfies the departmental research requirement.

S

0

50

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Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times HUMAN RIGHTS HRTS 1100 Introduction to Human Rights [HST, VAL] 01 3cr Moriarty 1:00- 2:20PM 02 3cr Staff 9:00-9:50PM 03 3cr Staff 12:00-1:20PM An International Studies Certificate course. A Human Rights Certificate course. A Certificate in Practical and Interdisciplinary Ethics course. HRTS 2086

Topics in Human Rights Social Movements 01 Cross-listed with ANSO 2560 Animal Rights and Human Rights 02 Cross-listed with PHIL 2080 North American Indians 03 Cross-listed with ANSO 2040 and HIST 2310 Working Class History 04 Cross-listed with HIST 2000 Philosophy of Work 05 Cross-listed with PHIL 2080 Responding to Human Rights Abuses 06 Cross-listed with ANSO 2000 A Human Rights Certificate course

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W---WEBG -M-W----T-R--

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25 25 25

3cr Warner

5:30-9:30PM

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10

3cr Moriarty

5:30- 9:30PM

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3cr Nunez-Regueiro

5:30- 9:30PM

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5

10:00-11:20AM

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3cr Hilditch

1:00-2:20PM

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10

3cr Sausele

5:30-9:30PM

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15

3cr Anderson

Fee

HRTS 2500

Current Problems In Human Rights 01 3cr Miller 10:00-11:20AM A Human Rights Certificate course. An International Studies Certificate course.

--T-R--WEBG

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25

HRTS 3160

Human Rights in Film: Documentaries 01 3cr Moriarty 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBG Cross-listed with PHIL 3110, FLST 3160 and ISTL 3500 A Human Rights Certificate course

2

10

HRTS 3500

International Human Rights Law 01 3cr Hart Cross-listed with LEGL 2080. A Human Rights Certificate course

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

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HRTS 3700

Human Rights and Business A Human Rights Certificate course

5:30- 9:30PM

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25

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20 20 20 20 20 20

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3cr Cargas

INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING EXPERIENCE INDZ 1000 Educational Program Analysis Portfolio Assembly W1 3cr Diefenbacher TBA Prerequisite: Permission of Program Director. Contact Lori Diefenbacher 314-246-8054. INDZ 1500

University 101 Prerequisite: (for all sections) First time freshman status. Introduction to College Life 01 1cr McComb 3:00- 4:50PM Section 01 is reserved for students in the Pathways Learning Community Cohort A. Introduction to College Life 02 1cr Tetley 3:00- 4:50PM Section 02 is reserved for students in the Pathways Learning Community Cohort B. Major Exploration & Career Dev 03 1cr Spear 3:00- 4:50PM Section 03 is reserved for students in the Pathways Learning Community. Major Exploration & Career Dev 04 1cr Nelson 3:00- 4:50PM Section 04 is reserved for students in the Pathways Learning Community. Introduction to College Life 05 1cr Olive 1:00- 2:50PM Introduction to College Life 06 1cr Kahaloa 2:00- 3:50PM Introduction to College Life 07 1cr Rice 3:00- 4:50PM Introduction to College Life 08 1cr Smith 3:00- 4:50PM Introduction to College Life 09 1cr Olive 2:00- 3:50PM Introduction to College Life 10 1cr Stack 3:00- 4:50PM 51


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Practicum

Sec 01 02 03

Hrs Faculty 12cr Staff 6cr Staff 6cr Staff

INDZ 2500

Independent Study

01 02 03

12cr Staff

6cr Staff 6cr Staff

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INDZ 3750

Cooperative Education I 01 16cr Staff TBA ------WEBG Prerequisite: Approval of the Program Director, 3.0 GPA, and coursework related to work experience.

S

0

INDZ 4000

Sabbatical

S

0

INDZ 4750

Cooperative Education II 01 16cr Staff TBA ------WEBG S Prerequisite: INDZ 3750, approval of the Program Director, 3.0 GPA, and coursework related to work experience.

INDZ 2750

INDZ 3000

INDZ 3500

Student Leadership Core Curriculum The Challenge of Leadership Practicum

Independent Study

INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA INTM 1600 Introduction to Interactive Media

01

01 02 03

6cr Staff 6cr Staff

6cr Staff 6cr Staff

16cr Staff

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1 2 2

15 15 15

INTM 2000

Writing for Interactive Media 01 3cr Fowler Prerequisites: INTM 1600 OR permission of instructor.

9:00-11:50AM

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15

INTM 2200

Visual Design for Interactive Media 01 3cr Schlereth Prerequisite: INTM 1600 OR permission of the instructor.

5:30- 8:30PM

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15

INTM 2350

Production Tools for Advertising and Public Relations

01 02 03

3cr Lammert 3cr Lammert 3cr Difate

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 9:00-11:50AM

---W---LHCT ---W---LHCT -M-----SVER

1 2 S

15 15 15

INTM 3100

Programming for Web Communications

01

3cr Schlereth

5:30- 8:30PM

--T----LHCT

S

15

INTM 3150

Special Topics :Digital Production Tools for PR 01 3cr Wagner Prerequisite: INTM 2350. :Introduction to Video Game Desi 02 3cr Derington :Video Game Design I 03 3cr Derington :Game Design 04 3cr Long Prerequisie: May be repeated for credit if content differs.

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----LHCT

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15

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 11:00-12:50PM

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1 2 2

15 15 15

Prerequisite: MEDC 1050 or JOUR 1030.

52

Fee

$30


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Interface Design

INTM 3300

Programming for Interactive Media 01 3cr Griffey Prerequisite: INTM 2200, AUDI 1000, VIDE1810.

--T----SVER

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15

INTM 4620

Senior Overview 01 3cr Griffey 1:00- 3:50PM -M-----SVER Prerequisites: senior standing, acceptance of the petition to proceed with senior overview, and permission of the instructor.

S

15

INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES AND CULTURES ILC 1090 Elementary Language: Level I [CUL] Arabic Mandarin Chinese Thai ILC 1100

ILC 2090

ILC 2150

ILC 3550

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Staff

01 02 03

3cr Harig 3cr Liu 3cr Saisanan

Times 5:30- 8:30PM

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Course No. INTM 3200

9:00-11:50AM

Fee

5:30- 8:30PM 10:00-10:50AM 5:30- 8:30PM

--T----WEBG -M-W-F-WEBH -M-----WEBG

S S S

18 18 18

$10 $10 $10

Elementary Language: Level II [CUL] Arabic 01 3cr Akiki 1:30- 4:20PM Mandarin Chinese 02 3cr Fang 10:00-11:20AM Russian 03 3cr Belotserkovsky 5:30- 8:30PM Prerequisite: ILC 1090 in the appropriate language or equivalent.

----R--HSPC --T-R--WEBH -M-----WEBG

S S S

18 18 18

$10 $10 $10

Intermediate Language: Level I Mandarin Chinese 01 3cr Fang Prerequisite: ILC 1100 Mandarin Chinese or equivalent.

--T-R--WEBH

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$10

10

$10

10

$10

7

$10

7

$45

10 10 10 10 8 10 7

$5 $5 $5 $5 $25 $25 $10

7

TBA

12:00- 1:20PM

Topics in Culture(s) [CUL] Chinese Culture 101 01 3cr Liu 11:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH S Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.01 Introduction to the Arab World 02 3cr Harig 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBG 2 Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.02 Russian Cinema: 1917-present 03 3cr Belotserkovsky 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---WEBH 2 Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.03 Culinary Art of Thailand 04 3cr Saisanan 2:00- 4:50PM -----F-WEBH S Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.04 Behind Tourism in Thailand 05 1cr Saisanan 5:30- 9:30PM -----F-WEBH 1 Dates: Sept. 24-25. Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.05 Saisanan 8:30- 5:30PM ------SWEBH 1 The Rise of Thai Film 06 1cr Saisanan 5:30- 9:30PM -----F-WEBH 1 Dates: Oct. 1-2. Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.06 Saisanan 8:30- 5:30PM ------SWEBH 1 A Taste of Thai Food 07 1cr Saisanan 5:30- 9:30PM -----F-WEBH 1 Dates: Oct. 8-9. Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.07 Saisanan 8:30- 5:30PM ------SWEBH 1 France on the Big Screen 08 3cr Tessier 5:30- 8:30PM -M-----WEBG S Crosslisted with ISTL 2550.08 and FLST 3160.05. Spain as a Cultural Crossroad W1 3cr Hanssen TBA ------ONL1 2 Prerequisite for Section W1: Permission of instructor. Crosslisted with SPAN 3150.W1. Dates for online component 09/20/10 - 11/05/10. NOTE: Travel tour dates for Section W1: Oct. 9-19, 2010. All above sections: International Studies Certificate Courses. International Studies Major courses. [CUL] Foreign Language Practicum [CUL] 01 6cr Corvalรกn Prerequisite: Permission of the chair of the department.

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ILC 4060

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Methods in Teaching Languages 01 3cr Stephenson 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---WEBH 1 18 Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor or acceptance to the Teacher Certification Program, or permission of the director of teacher certification and field experiences. Crosslisted with ILC 5180.01.

ILC 4700

Overview 01 1cr Hanssen TBA ------WEBG Prerequisite: Senior standing, admission into department as major, and approval of department chair.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTL 1500 The World System Since 1500

01 3cr Hellinger 8:30- 9:50AM --T-R--HSPC 02 3cr Skele 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-HSPC 03 3cr Miller 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--HSPC An American Studies course. An International Studies Certificate course. A Human Rights course. [HST]

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18

S S 1

25 25 25

INTL 2700

Methods of Political Inquiry 01 3cr Rosen 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--WEBH S 25 Cross-listed with POLT 2600.01. Prerequisite: usually sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. [CRI]

INTL 3220

Current European and American Diplomatic Issues Weapons of Mass Destruction

01

3cr Reissen

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--HSPC

S

25

INTL 3700

International Organizations: 01 3cr Overmann 12:00-12:50PM -M-W-F-HSPC Structure and Political Conflict An International Studies Certificate Course, an International Human Rights Certificate Course.

S

25

INTL 4000

Research Requirement 01 0cr Staff TBA Students registering for this course MUST also register for a 3000 or 4000 level course which satisfies the departmental research requirement.

S

25

INTL 4600

International Relations Seminar Rise of China/Sino-US Relations 01 3cr Kim 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S Prerequisite: usually senior standing or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Cross-listed with POLT 4600, HIST 4600.

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INTL 4610

Reading Course:Advanced 01 6cr Staff TBA ------WEBG Prerequisite: Filing of official form obtained from the department office and usually junior standing. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Students should not register for this course without first contacting the department.

S

0

INTL 4700

Senior Thesis 01 4cr Staff TBA Prerequisite: Senior Standing and approval of the department chairperson. Students may not register without first filling out paperwork with the department. Satisfies departmental research requirement.

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0

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ISTL 1000 Introduction to International Studies

01 02

3cr Pierce 3cr Saisanan

12:00- 1:20PM 12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER

S S

25 25

ISTL 1050

Continuing Symposium Series

01

1cr Pierce

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER

S

25

ISTL 2500

IS Field Experience (by appt) International Studies INTL Studies Field Experience

01

1cr Pierce

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ISTL 2550

ISTL 3500

ISTL 4500

ITALIAN ITAL 1090 ITAL 1100

JAPANESE JAPN 1090

Days Building Trm Lim

Fee

11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 2:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 8:30- 5:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 8:30- 5:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 8:30- 5:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM 9:00- 9:50AM TBA

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10 10 7 7 10 10 10 10 7 10 7 5 7

$10 $10 $10 $45 $5 $5 $10 $10 $25 $25 $10

1:00- 2:20PM 1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

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3 3 3 15 4

3cr Pierce

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01

3cr Masetti

9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

Elementary Italian: Level II 01 Prerequisite: ITAL 1090 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Masetti

11:00-11:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

Elementary Japanese: Level I [CUL]

3cr Rust

11:00-11:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

Course Title Topics in International Studies Chinese Culture 101 Intro to the Arab World Russian Cinema: 1917-Present Culinary Art of Thaiand Behind Tourism in Thailand

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 02 03 04 05

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 1cr

The Rise of Thai Film

06

1cr

A Taste of Thai Food

07

1cr

France on the Big Screen Women in Latin America Spain as a Cultural Crossroad

08 3cr 09 3cr W1 3cr

Topics in International Studies Cultrl Constriction: Masculinity Culture & Disease Argentina: The "Dirty War" Brazilian Culture: Music & Film Human Rights Documentaries

01 02 03 04 05

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

International Studies Seminar: Conflict and Cooperation INTL Studies Capstone Thesis

01

Elementary Italian: Level I [CUL]

01

Liu Harig Belotserko Saisanan Saisanan Saisanan Saisanan Saisanan Saisanan Saisanan Tessier Fahrney Hanssen

Conway-Long

Tierney Nunez-Regueiro Corley Moriarty

Times

$35

JAPN 1091

Workshop 01 1cr Kojima Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in JAPN 1090.

12:00-12:50PM

-M-----WEBH

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18

$5

JAPN 1100

Elementary Japanese: Level II [CUL] Prerequisite: JAPN 1090 or equivalent.

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

$10

JAPN 1101

Workshop 01 1cr Kojima Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in JAPN 1100.

12:00-12:50PM

---W---WEBH

S

18

$5

JAPN 2090

Intermediate Japanese: Level I Prerequisite: JAPN 1100 or equivalent.

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

JAPN 2091

Workshop 01 1cr Kojima Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in JAPN 2090.

12:00-12:50PM

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S

18

$5

JAPN 2100

Intermediate Japanese: Level II Prerequisite: JAPN 2090 or equivalent.

2:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

01

01

01

3cr Shiwachi

3cr Rust

3cr Kojima

55


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. JAPN 2610

Course Title Intermediate Japanese Reading and Writing: Level I Prerequisite: JAPN 2100 or equivalent.

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Shiwachi

Times 12:00- 1:20PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH S 18

Fee $10

JAPN 2630

Intermediate Japanese Reading and Writing: Level III Prerequisite: JAPN 2620 or equivalent.

01

3cr Rust

2:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

18

$10

Fundamentals of Reporting [COM]

01 02 03

3cr Bishop 3cr Rodenbush 3cr Durando

10:00-10:50AM 12:00-12:50PM 5:30- 8:30PM

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S S S

15 15 15

11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 8:30PM

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15 15

JOURNALISM JOUR 1030

JOUR 2140

Advanced Reporting

01 3cr Bishop 02 3cr Gustin Prerequisite: JOUR 1030 or permission of instructor.

JOUR 2170

Copyreading/News Editing 01 3cr Stamborski Prerequisite: JOUR 1030 or permission of instructor.

6:00- 9:00PM

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15

JOUR 2300

Journalism:Layout & Design

1:30- 4:20PM

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15

JOUR 2350

Outdoor/Nature Journalism 01 3cr Corrigan 11:00-11:50AM Prerequisites: JOUR 1030, sophomore standing, or permission of instructor.

-M-W-F-SVER

S

24

$5

JOUR 3080

Global Journalism 01 3cr Corrigan May be repeated for crtedit if taken at an international campus.

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

24

$5

JOUR 3130

Feature Writing 01 3cr Corrigan Prerequisite: JOUR 2140 or permission of instructor.

9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

24

$5

JOUR 3150

Topics in Modern Media Journalism into Film Newspaper Management New Journalism

5:30- 9:30PM TBA 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER ------SVER ----R--SVER

2 2 1

24 10 15

$5

JOUR 3300

Newspaper Production Workshop 01 4cr Baden 2:00- 3:50PM -M-W---SVER S Prerequisites: JOUR 2140, JOUR 2170, and JOUR 2300 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

24

$5

JOUR 4050

Sports Reporting Prerequisite: JOUR 1030

JOUR 4500

Media Criticism for Publication 01 3cr Finkel Prerequisites: JOUR 1030, MEDC 3190 or permission of instructor.

01

01 02 03

3cr Corrigan 3cr Corrigan 3cr Bishop

1:30- 4:20PM

--T----SVER

S

15

5:30- 9:30PM

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2

15

JOUR 4610

Readings in Journalism 01 3-6cr Staff TBA ------SVER Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing and permission of instructor. May be repeated if content differs.

S

0

JOUR 4620

Senior Overview 01 3-6cr Staff TBA Prerequisites: Senior standing, filing of official form, and permission of instructor.

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0

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

LATIN LATN 1090

Elementary Latin: Level I [CUL] An Ancient Studies Minor Course.

01

3cr Morris

01

3cr Rains

3cr Koerner

56

10:00-11:20AM

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. LATN 1100

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Elementary Latin: Level II 01 3cr Koerner 1:30- 2:50PM Prerequisite: LATN 1090 or equivalent. An Ancient Studies Minor Course.

LATN 2090

Intermediate Latin: Level I [CUL] 01 3cr Koerner TBA Prerequisite: LATN 1100 or equivalent. An Ancient Studies Minor Course.

LEGAL STUDIES LEGL 2080 Topics in Law Bold & Embattled: Women on Both Sides of the Bar 01 Offered concurrently with WOMN 2000 Int'l Human Rights Law 02 Offered concurently with HRTS 3500 Crime & Justice in America 03 Forensics 06

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH S 18

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18

10:00-10:50AM

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20

3cr Hart

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

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15

3cr Brown 3cr McCarthy

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

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1 2

25 25

3cr Rathert

LEGL 2400

Introduction to Law

01 3cr Rathert 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH S 03 3cr Boyd 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBH 2 05 3cr Collins 5:30- 9:30PM --T----DWTN 1 Offered concurrently with POLT 2400 [HUM] This is a Paralegal Certificate and an American Studies course.

15 15 15

LEGL 3000

Legal Ethics 01 3cr Hart 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBH 1 Prerequisites: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400 or permission of instructor. This is a Paralegal Certificate course and a Certificate in Practical and Interdisciplinary Ethics course. [VAL]

25

LEGL 3490

Civil Litigation 03 3cr Bader 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400. This is a Paralegal Certificate course.

---W---WEBH

2

25

LEGL 3500

Criminal Litigation Prerequisite: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400.

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

LEGL 4460

Methods of Legal Research and 01 3cr Higgins 5:30- 9:30PM Writing I Prerequisites: Junior standing or permission of the instructor or department chairperson. and LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400. This is a Paralegal Certificate course. [COM, CRI]

--T----WEBH

1

17

LEGL 4470

Methods of Legal Research and 03 3cr Higgins 5:30- 9:30PM Writing II Prerequiste: Junior standing or permission of the instructor or department chairperson and LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400 and LEGL 4460. This is a Paralegal Certificte course.

--T----WEBH

2

17

LEGL 4480

Computerized Legal Research 01 3cr Smith 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBH 1 Prerequisites: Junior standing or permission of the instructor or department chair and LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400, and LEGL 4460. This is a Paralegal Certificate course.

20

LEGL 4490

Advanced Paralegal Procedures 03 3cr Williams 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBH Prerequisites: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400 and LEGL 4460, or permission of the program director.

25

LEGL 4800

Advanced Topics in Law Probate/Trust/Estate Administrtn 01 3cr Yates 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---WEBH 1 25 Student Rights 06 3cr Yates 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----DWTN 2 25 Prerequisites: Junior standing, LEGL 2400, or permission of the chairperson. May be repeated for credit if content differs. All LEGL 4800 courses are Paralegal Certificate courses.

01

3cr Rathert

57

10:00-11:20AM

2

Fee $10

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ----R--WEBH 1 25

Course No. LEGL 4810

Course Title Tort Law Practice Prerequisite: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Higgins

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

LEGL 4830

Real Estate Law Practice Prerequisite: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400

03

3cr Owen

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

25

LEGL 4850

Computers and the Law Prerequisite: LEGL 2400 or POLT 2400

05

3cr Quick

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---DWTN

1

25

LEGL 4900

Paralegal Clinical Studies

LEGL 4910

Senior Overview 03 3cr Smith 9:00- 1:00PM ------SWEBH 2 Prerequistes: Senior standing and major in Legal Studies. Required of all Legal Studies majors who intend to graduate in December 2010.

25

Management Theory and Practices

01 03 04 05 07 08 10 11 G1

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

MNGT 2340

History of American Business and Management

01

MNGT 2400

Supervisory Management

MNGT 2900

MANAGEMENT MNGT 2100

01 6cr Rathert TBA ------WEBH S 5 02 3cr Rathert TBA ------WEBH 1 5 03 3cr Rathert TBA ------WEBH 2 5 Prerequisite: Completion of all Paralegal Certificate courses with a grade of C- or better. May be repeated for credit.

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 8:30- 9:45AM 8:30- 9:45AM 5:30- 9:30PM

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1 2 2 1 1 2 S S 1

24 24 24 24 25 25 24 24 25

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

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1

24

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

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2

24

Human Communications

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WGSD

1

24

MNGT 3290

Business Law I

01 05 07 10

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 9:50AM

-M-----WGSD ---W---DWTN ----R--WEST -M-W-F-SVER

1 1 1 S

24 25 25 24

MNGT 3300

Business Law II

03 06 08

3cr Staff 3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WGSD ---W---DWTN -M-----WEST

2 2 2

24 25 25

MNGT 3310

The Legal Environment of Business

01 3cr Staff 05 3cr Staff G1 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH --T----DWTN ----R--WING

1 1 1

24 25 25

MNGT 3400

Human Resource Management

01 03 05 07 10 G2

5:30 - 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 10:00-11:20AM 5:30- 9:30PM

-T-----WGSD ----R--WGSD ---W---DWTN -M-----WEST --T--R--SVER --T----WING

1 2 1 1 S 2

24 24 25 25 24 25

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Evans Tuncel Staff

Staff Staff Staff Morrison

Staff Staff Staff Staff Palmer Staff 58

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. MNGT 3420

Course Title Labor-Management Relations

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

01 06 08

3cr Staff 3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WGSD --T----DWTN -M-----WEST

1 2 2

24 25 25

MNGT 3450

Principles of Organizational Behavior

01 05 07

3cr Tuncel 3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30-9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----W--WEBH ----R--DWTN ---W---WEST

1 1 1

24 24 25

MNGT 3470

Women in Management

07

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEST

1

25

MNGT 3500

Marketing

01 03 06 07 10 11 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 10:00-11:20AM 8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER ----R--WGSD -M-----DWTN ---W---WEST --T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER ---W---WING

1 2 2 1 S S 2

24 24 25 25 24 24 25

MNGT 3510

Advertising

01 08 10

3cr Staff 3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 2:20PM

-M-----WGSD ----R--WEST -M-W---SVER

1 2 S

24 25 24

MNGT 3550

Public Relations

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WGSD

1

24

MNGT 3800

Health Care Organizations

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WGSD

1

24

MNGT 3820

Health Care Administration

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

24

MNGT 3860

Social and Economic Issues in Health Care

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

24

MNGT 4100

International Management

01 10

3cr Staff 3cr Orr

5:30- 9:30PM 12:00- 1:20PM

---W---WGSD --T-R--SVER

1 S

24 24

MNGT 4200

Innovation, Creativity and the Entrepeneur

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

24

MNGT 4230

Entrepreneurial Marketing

10

3cr Staff

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER

S

24

MNGT 4330

International Marketing

05 10

3cr Staff 3cr Brennan

5:30- 9:30PM 1:00- 2:20PM

---W---DWTN -M-W---SVER

1 S

25 24

MNGT 4400

Personnel Law

03 08

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH -M-----WEST

2 2

24 25

MNGT 4420

Compensation Management

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 8:30PM

--T----WGSD

1

24

MNGT 4570

Marketing Research

01 03

3cr Staff 3cr Quirk

3:00- 4:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W---SVER ----R--SVER

S 1

24 24

MNGT 4600

Contemporary Human Resource Strategies

03 05 07

3cr Palmer 3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER ----R--DWTN --T----WEST

2 1 1

24 25 25

Quirk Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

59

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ----R--WGSD 1 24

Course No. MNGT 4800

Course Title Health Care Law

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

MNGT 4900

Managerial Policies and Strategies

03 06 07 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30-9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER ---W---DWTN ----R--WEST -M-----WING

2 2 1 2

24 24 25 25

MNGT 4920

Marketing Strategies

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

1

24

MNGT 4940

Global Competitive Strategies

03

3cr Brennan

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

2

24

01 07 W1 W5

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Sabharwal Arena Bryan Sabharwal

3:00- 4:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T-R--SVER -M-----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

S 1 1 2

20 20 16 16

01 02 06 G2 W1 W5

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Krier Krier Cummings Staff Breitmeyer Breitmeyer

2:00- 3:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-W---SVER --T----SVER ---W---DWTN --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

S 1 2 1 1 2

20 20 20 20 16 16

01 11

3cr Shrinivas 3cr Govindhan

9:00- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-SVER ---W---SVER

S 2

20 20

2:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

20

8:30- 9:50AM 9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-11:20AM 10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 12:00-12:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T-R--SVER -M-W-F-SVER --T-R--SVER -M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER -M-----WEST --T----SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

S S S S S S 2 2 1 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 16 16

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20

8:00- 8:50AM 12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER

S S

20 20

$20 $20

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

10

MATHEMATICS MATH 1050 Basic Algebra

MATH 1360

Business Mathematics

Fee

Gen Ed: [MTH] MATH 1410

Introductory College Mathematics Gen Ed: [MTH]

MATH 1420

Modular Algebra Gen Ed: [MTH]

01

3cr Staff

MATH 1430

College Algebra

01 02 03 04 05 06 08 11 W1 W5

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

01 02

3cr Shrinivas 3cr Shrinivas

01

3cr Granda

Finnie Danmole Finnie Danmole Krier Danmole Arena Krier Sabharwal Bryan

$20

Gen Ed: [MTH] MATH 1440

Trigonometry Prerequisite: MATH 1430. Gen Ed: [MTH]

MATH 1580

Formal Logic Gen Ed: [MTH], [CRI]

60


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim Sec Hrs Faculty Times 01 5cr Sakurai 9:00- 9:50AM -MTWRF-SVER S 20 02 5cr Sakurai 12:00-12:50PM -MTWRF-SVER S 20 Prerequisite: MATH 1440 with B or better or High School Trigonometry. Gen Ed: [MTH], [CRI]

Course No. MATH 1610

Course Title Calculus I

MATH 1620

Calculus II Prerequisite: MATH 1610

01

5cr Belshe

12:00-12:50PM

-MTWRF-SVER

S

20

MATH 3000

Calculus III

01

5cr Sakurai Sakurai

1:00- 1:50PM 1:30- 2:20PM

-M-W-F-SVER --T-R--SVER

S S

20 20

01

3cr Granda

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

20

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

20

3:00- 4:20PM

-M-W---SVER

S

20

Prerequisite: MATH 1620 MATH 3090

Advanced Topics Introduction to Topology Prerequisite: MATH 1610

MATH 3130

Real Number System Prerequisite: MATH 1620

01

3cr Granda

MATH 3200

Statistics Prerequisite: MATH 1610

01

3cr Staff

MATH 3220

Data Mining Methods Prerequisite: MATH 1610

01

3cr Aleshunas

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

17

MTHT 1300

Mathematics for Teachers I

01 02

3cr Kieschnick 3cr Kieschnick

8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 8:30PM

--T-R--SVER --T----WGSD

S S

20 20

Gen Ed: [MTH] MTHT 4310

Elementary-School Mathematics 01 2cr Kieschnick 5:30- 8:30PM ----R--SVER 1 17 Methods 11 2cr Kieschnick 5:30- 8:30PM ----R--SVER 2 17 Prerequisite: MTHT 1300 and acceptance into Teacher Certification Program or permission of the student's advisor

MTHT 4450

Middle-School Mathematics Methods 01 3cr Weiersmuel 5:30- 8:30PM -M-----WEBH Prerequisite: 3 credit hours of math at the 3000 level and acceptance into Teacher Certification Program

S

10

MTHT 4460

Secondary Mathematics Methods 01 3cr Weiersmuel 5:30- 8:30PM -M-----WEBH Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of math at the 3000 level and acceptance into Teacher Certification Program

S

10

S S S S 1 S S 1 S 1

0 0 18 24 24 24 24 24 24 18

MEDIA COMMMUNICATIONS MEDC 1010 Introduction to Mass Communications [COM]

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 W1

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Jenkins Tolin

1:00- 2:20PM 10:00-10:50AM Tronche-Macaire 10:00-11:20AM Overmann 2:00- 4:50PM Reilly 5:30- 9:30PM Sharpe 1:00- 2:20PM Gallagher 5:30- 8:30PM Burtch 5:30- 9:30PM Sigoloff 5:30- 8:30PM Sigoloff TBA

61

-M-W---SVER -M-W-F-SVER --T-R--SVER ---W---SVER -M-----DWTN -M-W---SVER ---W---SVER ----R--SVER ----R--SVER ------ONL1

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times 8:30- 9:50AM 8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 1:30- 4:20PM 2:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 12:00- 1:20PM 10:00-11:20AM TBA

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--SVER S 0 -M-W---SVER S 0 -M-----SVER S 15 ---W---SVER 1 15 --T----SVER S 15 ---W---SVER S 15 -M-----SVER 2 15 --T-R--SVER S 15 -M-W---SVER S 15 ------ONL1 2 15

Course No. MEDC 1050

Course Title Introduction to Media Writing [COM]

Sec 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 W1

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty Schuster Wylie Wylie Kelly Crone Crone Pastor Rains Jenkins Schuster

MEDC 1630

Media Literacy [CRI, COM]

01 02 03 04 05

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Silverblatt Smith Valdes Davidson

MEDC 2200

Ethics in the Media [VAL] Prerequisite: MEDC 1010

MEDC 2490

Media Externship 01 1cr Silverblatt Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. May be repeated once for credit.

MEDC 2630

Studies in Media Literacy Prerequisite: MEDC 1630

MEDC 2800

Cultural Diversity in the Media [VAL, CUL]

01 3cr Holtzman 2:00- 4:50PM ---W---SVER S 18 02 3cr Hayes 1:00- 2:20PM -M-W---SVER S 18 03 3cr Hayes 2:30- 3:50PM -M-W---SVER S 18 04 3cr Sharpe 1:30- 4:20PM ----R--SVER S 18 05 3cr Williams 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--DWTN 1 18 06 3cr Neal 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---DWTN 2 18 07 3cr Williams 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER 2 18 An American Studies Course, International Human Rights Certificate Course, Multicultural Studies Minor Course

$5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

MEDC 3190

Introduction to Media Research

$5 $5

10:00-11:20AM 8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM Brown Billhym 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER -M-----SVER ----R--SVER ---W---DWTN

S S 2 2 1

24 24 24 24 24

8:30- 9:50AM 2:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 3:00- 4:20PM

-M-W---SVER -M-----SVER --T----SVER --T-R--SVER

S S 2 S

0 24 24 24

TBA

------SVER

S

15

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

24

01 3cr Baden 02 3cr Cox 03 3cr Cox 04 3cr Hayes A Certificate In Practical Interdisciplinary Ethics Course.

01

01 02

3cr Smith

3cr Holtzman 3cr Valdes

1:30- 4:20PM 5:30-9:30PM

----R--SVER ----R--SVER

S 1

15 15

3cr Hayes 3cr Jensen

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER --T----SVER

2 1

18 20

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER --T----SVER -M-W---SVER ---W---SVER ---W---SVER

S 1 S 1 2

9 24 24 24 24

Prerequisite: MEDC 1010 MEDC 3800

MEDC 4100

Studies in Cultural Diversity Media & Social Change 01 Communicating Across Diverse Populations02 Prerequisite: MEDC 2800 [VAL[ The Law and the Media Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing

01 02 03 04 05

Baden Baden Barnard O'Gorman O'Gorman

62

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Valdes

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----SVER 1 24

Course No. MEDC 4500

Course Title Political Communications Prerequisite: MEDC 1010

MEDC 4950

Professional Media Practicum 01 3-8cr Solomon TBA ------SVER S Prerequisites: Passing Portfolio Review, senior standing, permission of instructor, and attendance at seminars.

MULTICULTURAL STUDIES MULC 2010 Intro. to Diversity and Identity in the U.S. 01 3cr Cummings 1:30- 4:20PM ----R--WEBH [CUL] 08 3cr Mathia 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---WEST All MULC 2010 sections are International Human Rights Minor and Certificate courses, Multicultural Studies Minor courses, and Certificate in Diversity & Identity in the U.S. courses.

0

S 2

25 25

1

10

Independent Research Project 01 0cr Hulsizer TBA ------WEBH **Instructor's permission required.** A Multicultural Studies Minor and Certificate in Diversity & Identity in the U.S. course.

S

0

Piano Proficiency Prerequisite: Applied Piano

01

0cr Staff

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

MUSC 0890

Recital Attendance

01

0cr Carter

12:00-12:50PM

----R--MUSC

S

125

MUSC 0990

Master Class Piano Instrumental Voice Composition Jazz

01 02 03 04 05

0cr 0cr 0cr 0cr 0cr

3:00- 3:50PM 3:00- 3:50PM 3:00- 4:50PM 3:00- 3:50PM 3:00- 4:30PM

--T----MUSC ---W---CMSB ----R--MUSC -----F-MUSC -M-----CMSB

S S S S S

25 25 45 25 70

MULC 4650

MULC 4900

MUSIC MUSC 0790

Seminar in Multicultural Studies Ethnic & Minority Relations 01 3cr Conway-Long 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBH Cross-listed with ANSO 3960-01. Prerequisite: MULC 2010 and 6 additional credit hours of multicultural studies curriculum or permission of the instructor. A Multicultural Studies Minor and Certificate in Diversity & Identity in the U.S. course.

Schene Martin Gaspar Portnoy DeMarinis

MUSC 1000

Fundamentals of Musicianship Musical Theater Majors only-section 02 Music Majors only-section 03 [ART]

01 02 03

3cr Ring 3cr Carter 3cr Staff

9:00- 9:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-MUSC -M-W-F-MUSC -M-W-F-MUSC

S S S

15 15 15

MUSC 1010

Music Theory I Prerequisite: MUSC 1000 or permission of instructor [ART}

01 02

3cr Naylor 3cr Colletti

11:00-11:50AM 9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-MUSC -M-W-F-MUSC

S S

25 15

MUSC 1020

Music Theory II Prerequisite:MUSC 1010 [ART]

01

3cr Chamberlin

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-MUSC

S

15

MUSC 1050

Introduction to Music Appreciation [ART]

01 02 03 08

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

12:00-12:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-LHCT -M-----MUSC -M-----MUSC -M-----WEST

S 1 2 2

20 25 25 25

Martin Staff Staff Thorn

63

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. MUSC 1070

Course Title Topics in Music Jazz Styles History Rock & Roll to 1965 History ofGuitar/Segovia-Hendrix Wagner's Ring Cycle Intro. to Jazz Styles History of Rock: 1970-present History of Rock 'n' Roll [ART]

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

01 02 03 04 05 06 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Martin Schenkel McClellan Dunn Black Black Wheeler

11:00-11:50AM 10:00-11:20AM 1:30- 2:50PM 1:00-1:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W-F-MUSC --T-R--SVER --T-R--SVER -M-W-F-MUSC --T----DWTN --T----DWTN ----R--WING

S 1 S S 1 2 1

25 25 25 20 25 25 25

01 02 03 04 05

2cr 2cr 2cr 2cr 2cr

Vince Martin Eastman Martin staff

9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 1:00- 1:50PM 8:00-8:50AM

--T-R--LHCT --T-R--LHCT --T-R--LHCT --T-R--LHCT --T-R--LHCT

S S S S S

10 10 10 10 10

Fee

MUSC 1080

Beginning Class Piano Prerequisite:Music reading skills or MUSC 1000 [ART]

MUSC 1090

Beginning Guitar Class 01 2cr Black Prerequisite:Must bring own acoustic or electric guitar

12:00-12:50PM

--T-R--CMSB

S

10

MUSC 1095

Intermediate Guitar Class 01 2cr Black Prerequisite:MUSC 1090 or permission of instructor

11:00-11:50AM

--T-R--CMSB

S

10

MUSC 1370

Jazz Theory I

01

3cr Rubright

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--CMSB

S

25

MUSC 1810

Musicianship I

01 02

2cr Eastman 2cr Ring

9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-10:50AM

--T-R--MUSC --T-R--MUSC

S S

10 10

MUSC 1820

Musicianship II Prerequisite: MUSC 1810

01 02

2cr Eastman 2cr Bishop

10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM

--T-R--MUSC --T-R--MUSC

S S

10 10

MUSC 2000

Applied Music: Secondary and XX 1cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S 0 $248 Non-Major Private study in music performance, in an area other than piano or voice. A thirty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite: MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music. [ART]

MUSC 2001

Applied Music: Secondary and 02 1cr Schene TBA ------MUSC S Non-Major Piano Private study in music performance (piano). A thirty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite:MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music. [ART]

0

$248

MUSC 2002

Applied Music: Secondary and 09 1cr Gaspar TBA ------MUSC S Non-Major Voice Private study in music performance (voice). A thirty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite:MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music. [ART]

0

$248

MUSC 2010

Music Theory III Prerequisite: MUSC 1020

12 12

01 02

3cr Staff 3cr Chamberlin

64

11:00-11:50AM 2:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-MUSC -M-W-F-MUSC

S S


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Music Theory IV Prerequisite: MUSC 2010

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Colletti

MUSC 2030

Survey of Music History I Prerequisite: MUSC 1020 [ART]

01

3cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--MUSC

S

35

MUSC 2124

Percussion Methods

01

2cr Staff

8:00-8:50AM

-M-W--CMSB 17

S

25

MUSC 2300

Jazz Improvisation I Prerequisite: MUSC 1380

01

3cr Schenkel

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

25

MUSC 2370

Jazz Theory III Prerequisite: MUSC 1370,MUSC 1380

01

3cr Schenkel

11:00-11:50AM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

25

MUSC 2500

Applied Music: Secondary and XX 2cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S 0 $496 Non-Major Private study in music performance, in an area other than piano or voice. A sixty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite:MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music.[ART]

MUSC 2501

Applied Music: Secondary and 02 2cr Schene TBA ------MUSC S Non-Major Piano Private study in music performance (piano). A sixty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite:MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music. [ART]

0

$496

MUSC 2502

Applied Music: Secondary and 09 2cr Gaspar TBA ------MUSC S 0 Non-Major Voice Private study in music performance (voice). A sixty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. Prerequisite:MUSC 1000 or the ability to read music. [ART]

$496

MUSC 2810

Musicianship III Prerequisite: MUSC 1820

01 02

2cr Ring 2cr Larson

1:30- 2:20PM 1:30- 2:20PM

--T-R--MUSC --T-R--MUSC

S S

10 10

MUSC 2820

Musicianship IV Prerequisite: MUSC 2810

01

2cr Thomas

1:30- 2:20PM

--T-R--MUSC

S

10

MUSC 3003

Applied Music: Jazz Studies XX 1cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S 0 Private study in music performance for students who have been accepted into the B.M. in Jazz Studies, Emphasis in MusicTechnology degree. One half-hour lesson per week for 15 weeks. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes.

MUSC 3010

Composition Prerequisite: MUSC 1020

01

3cr Staff

11:30-12:50PM

--T-R--MUSC

S

20

MUSC 3070

Orchestration I Prerequisite: MUSC 2020

01

2cr Staff

9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W---MUSC

S

15

MUSC 3170

Jazz History I [HST, CUL]

01

3cr DeMarinis

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--MUSC

S

25

65

Times 2:00- 2:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-W-F-MUSC S 15

Course No. MUSC 2020

Fee

$248


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. MUSC 3210

Course Title Elementary School Music Methods

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 2cr Dohrmann

Times 7:00-8:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim ----R--CMSB S 25

MUSC 3300

Jazz Improvisation III Prerequisite: MUSC 2310

01

9:00- 9:50AM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

25

MUSC 3410

Conducting I 01 Prerequisite: Music major, junior standing

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

25

MUSC 4001

Applied Music Piano 02 1-5cr Schene TBA ------MUSC S Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into the Department of Music as a major in music; not open to non-majors. Private study in music performance (piano). One hour lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. [ART]

0

MUSC 4002

Applied Music:Voice 09 1-5cr Gaspar TBA ------MUSC S 0 Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into the Department of Music as a major in music, or formal acceptance into the B.F.A. in Musical Theater. Private study in music performance (voice). One hour lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. [ART]

$496

MUSC 4003

Applied Music:Jazz Studies XX 1-5cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S 0 Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into the Department of Music as a major in music; not open to non-majors. Private study in music performance (Jazz Studies). One hour lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. [ART]

$496

MUSC 4004

Applied Music: Instrumental Studies XX 1-5cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into the Department of Music as a major in music; not open to non-majors. Private study in music performance (Instrumental Studies). One hour lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. [ART]

0

$496

MUSC 4005

Applied Music:Organ 08 1-5cr Partridge TBA ------MUSC S Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into the Department of Music as a major in music; not open to non-majors. Private study in music performance (Organ) One hour lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester. Lessons begin the second week of classes. [ART]

0

$496

MUSC 4010

Composition Prerequisite: 6 hours of MUSC 3010

01 02

1-3cr

MUSC 4020

Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint Prerequisite: MUSC 2020

01

3cr Neske

MUSC 4040

Music of the Twentieth Century Prerequisite: MUSC 2020 & MUSC 2040

01

MUSC 4170

Piano Literature I Junior or Senior standing

01

3cr DeMarinis

3cr Davis

Stallings 1-3cr Chamberlin

TBA TBA

------MUSC ------MUSC

S S

5 5

2:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-MUSC

S

25

3cr Staff

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--LHCT

S

25

3cr Price

8:30- 9:50AM

--T-R--MUSC

S

25

66

Fee

$496


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. MUSC 4250

Course Title Voice Pedagogy Junior or Senior standing

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Montgomery

MUSC 4340

Jazz Scoring and Arranging I Prerequisite: MUSC 2020 & MUSC 1380

01

3cr Staff

MUSC 4360

Survey of Music Business

01

MUSC 4611

Senior Thesis Prerequisite: MUSC 2020 & MUSC 2040

01

MUSC 4800

Advanced Topics Mahler 01 Prerequisite: MUSC 2020 & senior standing

Times 4:00- 6:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim ---W---MUSC S 25

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-MUSC

S

25

3cr Bishop

4:00- 6:50PM

--T----MUSC

S

25

2cr Colletti

11:30-1:20PM

--T----MUSC

S

25

3cr Dunn

6:00-8:50PM

----W--MUSC

S

25

MUSC 4900

Webster University Concert Choir Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr McBeth

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

90

MUSC 4910

Webster University Chorale Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Staff

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

50

MUSC 4920

Webster University Choral Society Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Staff

7:30- 9:30PM

--T----CMSB

S

50

MUSC 4940

The Webster University Symphony Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Davis Davis

7:00-10:00PM 5:00- 7:00PM

--T----CMSB ----R--CMSB

S S

25 25

MUSC 4950

Chamber Music Classical Guitar Ensemble Vocal Jazz Ensemble Piano Trio New Music Ensemble String Quartet Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01 02 03 04 05

1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr

TBA 12:00-12:50PM 3:00- 4:50PM 5:00- 6:30PM TBA

------MUSC -M-W-F-MUSC -----F-MUSC --T----CMSB ------MUSC

S S S S S

25 25 25 25 25

McClellan Lennon Schene Bridges Staff

MUSC 4960

Jazz Ensemble Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr DeMarinis

3:00- 5:00PM

--TWRF-CMSB

S

90

MUSC 4970

Webster University Big Band Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Martin

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-CMSB

S

25

MUSC 4980

Wind Ensemble Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Martin

4:30- 5:50PM

-M-----CMSB

S

25

MUSC 4990

Opera Studio Prerequisite: Audition [ART]

01

1cr Nelson

3:00- 6:00PM

-M-----MUSC

S

25

MUSICAL THEATRE MUTH 1030 History of American Musical Theatre 01 3cr Teeter 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-SVER S 25 Studies American musical theatre, from the origins of early America through the 20th Century Golden era. Works with book, lyrics, score, dance, and design to study individual composers, their styles, and contributions to this musical form. MUTH 2410

Musical Theatre Dance Styles I 01 2cr Teeter 8:30- 9:50AM --T-R--LHCT S An introduction to the various genres and styles of Musical Theatre Dance. Prerequisite: two semesters of Jazz I, or its equivalent, or permission of the instructor. May be repeated once for credit. 67

25

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Conservatory III

MUTH 3410

Musical Theatre Dance Styles II 01 2cr Teeter 11:30-12:50PM --T-R--MILL S Contemporary Musical Theatre (1950s, 60s & 70s, 80s and 90s) genres of Broadway style show dancing using original Broadway choreography. Prerequisite: MUTH 2420 or its equivalent, or permission of the instructor. May be repeated once for credit.

25

MUTH 4010

Conservatory IV

01

5cr Englis Englis

1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

-M-W-F-MILL --T----MILL

S S

25 $1,750 25 $1,750

Concepts of Professional Nursing Prerequisite: NURS 3030

01

3cr Schappe

5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

$20

NURS 3020

Health Assessment

01 4cr Davitt W1 4cr Davitt

5:00- 9:00PM TBA

---W---WEBH ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

$20

NURS 3030

Communication & Information Literacy

01 3cr Wehling 5:00- 9:00PM W1 3cr Thompson TBA Prerequisite: Computer course or validated computer competency

----R--SVER ------ONL1

2 1

15 16

$20

NURS 3270

Nursing Research and 01 3cr Broeder Evidence-Based Practice Prerequisites: NURS 3010, NURS 3030 and PSYC 2750

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

16

NURS 3400

Health Education in Nursing Practice W1 4cr Wehling Prerequisites: NURS 3010, NURS 3020, NURS 3030

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

NURS 3410

Family Health Promotion W1 4cr Schappe Prerequisites: NURS 3010, NURS 3020, NURS 3030, NURS 3270

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

NURS 4060

Gerontology 01 3cr Davitt Prerequisites: NURS 3010, NURS 3020, NURS 3030, NURS 3270

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

16

NURS 4250

Community Health Nursing 01 5cr Drake Prerequisites: NURS 3270, NURS 3400, NURS 3410

5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

1

16

NURS 4600

Parish Nursing

01

3cr Daniels

8:30-4:30PM

MTWRF

2

6

PHILOSOPHY PHIL 1010

Intro to Critical Thinking [CRI, HUM]

01 02 03 05 W1 W2 W3

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Hilditch Hilditch Robins Robins Pendleton Weed Madison

10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 3:00- 4:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA

-M-W-F-SVER -M-W-F-SVER --T-R--PRSN ----R--DWTN ------ONLN ------ONLN ------ONLN

S S S 1 1 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15

PHIL 1100

Introduction to Philosophy [CRI, HUM]

01 02 03 07 G2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Morse Findley Findley Sullivan Sullivan

10:00-11:20AM 11:00-11:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--PRSN -M-W-F-WEBG ---W---PRSN --T----WEST ---W---WING

S S 2 1 2

25 25 25 25 25

NURSING NURS 3010

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 5cr Englis Englis

68

Times 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim Fee -M-W-F-MILL S 25 $1,750 --T----MILL S 25 $1,750

Course No. MUTH 3010


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. PHIL 2020

Course Title Formal Logic [CRI, MTH] Cross-listed with MATH 1580

PHIL 2080

Topics Philosophy of Work Cross-listed with HRTS 2086 Radical Thought Cross-listed with POLT 2500 Animal Rights and Human Rights Cross-listed with HRTS 2086 Sartre and Beauvoir

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Granda

Times 1:30- 2:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--SVER S 10

01

3cr Hilditch

1:00- 2:20PM

-M-W---WEBG

S

15

02

3cr Hellinger

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----HSPC

1

10

03

3cr Moriarty

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBG

1

12

04

3cr Morse

9:00-12:50PM

-----F-WEBG

2

15

5:30- 9:30PM 1:30- 2:50PM

----R--HSPC --T-R--SVER

2 S

10 15

1:00- 2:20PM 10:00-11:20AM 1:00- 2:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W---WEBG --T-R--SVER -M-W---WEBG --T----WEST

S S S 2

25 25 0 25

TBA

------ONLN

1

17

PHIL 2300

Social & Political Philosophy [HST, HUM] 01 02 Cross-listed with POLT 1070

3cr McAuliffe 3cr Moriarty

PHIL 2320

Contemporary Moral Problems [CRI, VAL] 01 02 03 08

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Smila-Sened Smila-Sened

Parsons Hoskins

PHIL 2330

Philosophy and Technology [VAL]

W1 3cr Umbaugh

PHIL 2340

Bioethics

01 LU

3cr Stellyes 3cr Stellyes

10:30-11:50AM 1:00-3:50PM

-M-W---WEBH -M-----LUTH

S S

25 25

PHIL 2520

Philosophic Classics: 01 Early Modern Europe [HST, HUM] Prerequisite: PHIL 2510 is recommended

3cr Findley

1:00- 1:50PM

-M-W-F-SVER

S

25

PHIL 3110

Philosophy and Film: Human Rights Documentaries 01 3cr Moriarty 5:30-9:30PM ----R--PRSN Cross-listed with FLST 3160, HRTS 3160 and ISTL 3500. A Human Rights Certificate course

2

7

PHIL 3310

Philosophy of Science

01

3cr Umbaugh

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---PRSN

S

25

PHIL 3370

Philosophy and Women A Women's Studies course

01

3cr Parsons

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--PRSN

S

15

PHIL 4050

Topics in the History of Philosophy Existential Pragmatism 01 3cr Morse 10:00-11:20AM -M-W---PRSN S 25 Prerequisite: 6 cr. hrs of history of philosophy or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

Fee

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT 1000 Photo I

01 3cr Tolin 1:00- 4:50PM -M-----SVER S 15 $70 02 3cr Barrett 10:00-11:50AM --T-R--SVER S 15 $70 03 3cr Tronche 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---SVER S 15 $70 04 3cr Giancola 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER S 15 $70 Prerequisites: MEDC 1010 and EPMD 1000 or permission of the photography program facilitator. (Expense of photographic materials should be considered when enrolling.) Required text: Photography by Horenstein and Hart.

PHOT 2000

Photo II

01 3cr Barkman 02 3cr Moore Prerequisite: PHOT 1000 or equivalent course in basic photography. Required text: Photography by Horenstein and Hart. 69

1:00- 4:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER --T----SVER

S S

15 15

$70 $70


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim -M-W-F-SVER S 25

Course No. PHOT 2040

Course Title History of Photography [HST]

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Tolin

Times 11:00-11:50AM

PHOT 2170

Photographic Science Prerequisite: PHOT 1000.

01

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--SVER

S

20

$45

PHOT 2500

Photojournalism 01 3cr LaRouche Prerequisite: PHOT 2000 or permission of the instructor.

1:30- 4:20PM

----R--SVER

S

12

$50

PHOT 2870

International Photojournalism W1 3cr Barrett TBA Prerequisites: May be repeated for credit. Offered only at the international campuses. Permission of instructor.

------ONLN

S

12

PHOT 3000

Color Photography 01 3cr Stang 1:00- 4:50PM ---W---SVER Prerequisites: PHOT 2000 and PHOT 2170. Text: Photography by Horenstein and Hart.

S

15

$125

PHOT 3120

Studio Photography and Lighting

01 02 Prerequisites: PHOT 2000 and PHOT 2170.

3cr Rinehart 3cr Landrum

2:00- 4:50PM 6:00- 9:00PM

--T----SVER ----R--SVER

S S

12 12

$125 $125

PHOT 3190

Digital Photographic Imaging 01 Prerequisite: PHOT 2000 or COAP 2020.

3cr Barrett

4:00- 5:20PM

-M-W---SVER

S

12

$125

PHOT 3195

Digital Photo Imaging II 01 Prerequisite: PHOT 2000 and PHOT 3190.

3cr von Diest

6:00- 9:00PM

-M-----SVER

S

12

PHOT 4000

Photo Workshop :Portfolio Dev & Personal Vision 01 3cr Stang Prerequisite: PHOT 3000, PHOT 3190 or permission of instructor. :Self Promotion 02 3cr Stang Prerequisite: PHOT 3000, PHOT 3190 or permission of instructor. :Photography in New York 03 3cr Barrett

1:00- 4:50PM

----R--SVER

1

15

$20

1:00- 4:50PM

----R--SVER

2

15

$20

TBA

MTWRF-OFFC 10/17--10/23/2010

1

10 $1,000

-----F-SVER

S

15

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

1

10

$65

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---SVER

3cr Barkman

PHOT 4010

Photography Gallery Management 01 3cr Barrett 1:00- 1:50PM Prerequisite: Jr/Sr standing or permission of instructor. May be once repeated for credit.

PHOT 4030

Topics in Studio Photography :The Digital Studio Level 1 Prerequisite Phot 3120.

01

3cr Rinehart

Fee $20

PHOT 4700

Professional Development in 01 3cr Barrett Photography Prerequisites: photography major and senior standing.

S

20

$80

PHOT 4870

Advanced Photojournalism 01 4cr LaRouche 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--SVER S Prerequisites: PHOT 2500 and PHOT 3190. May be repeated for credit. Note: It is advisable to take JOUR 1030 Fundamentals of Reporting prior to or concurrently with PHOT 4870.

12

$60

University Physics I

12 12 12

PHYSICS PHYS 2030

01 4cr Eckhoff 9:30-11:20AM ---W-F-WEBH 02 4cr Eckhoff 12:00- 1:50PM ---W-F-WEBH 03 4cr Eckhoff 2:30- 4:20PM ---W-F-WEBH Prerequisite: Math 1610 or equivalent or permission of instructor. NOTE: PHYS 2030 & 2031 must be taken concurrently. 70

S S S


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. PHYS 2031

Course Title University Physics I:Lab

Sec 01 02 03 04

Hrs 1cr 1cr 1cr 1cr

Faculty Eckhoff Eckhoff Eckhoff Eckhoff

Times 9:00-11:50AM 1:00- 3:50PM 5:00- 7:50PM 9:00-11:50AM

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----WEBH S 9 -M-----WEBH S 9 -M-----WEBH S 9 --T----WEBH S 9

NOTE: PHYS 2030 & 2031 must be taken POLITICAL SCIENCE POLT 1000 Topics in Politics 01 3cr Holden 8:30- 9:50AM May be repeated for credit once. An American Studies Course. [COM]

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

POLT 1050

Introduction to International Relations

01 3cr Pease 5:30- 9:30PM --T----HSPC 02 3cr Rosen 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--HSPC An International Relations core course. A Human Rights, International Studies course. [CUL]

1 S

25 25

POLT 1060

Introduction to American Politics Politics, Culture, & Sports

-M-W-F-WEBH --T-R--HSPC ---W---DWTN

S S 2

25 25 25

01 02 03

3cr Williams 3cr Arnold 3cr Staff

11:00-11:50AM 12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

An American Studies course. [VAL] POLT 1070

Introduction to Political Theory

01 3cr McAuliffe 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--HSPC 02 3cr Moriarty 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--SVER Cross-listed with PHIL 2300. A Liberal Arts Minor course. A Practical and Interdisciplinary Ethics course. An American Studies Course. An International Studies Course. [HUM, VAL]

2 S

15 10

POLT 1080

Introduction to Comparative Politics 01 3cr Kim 10:00-10:50AM An International Studies course. A Human Rights course. [CUL, VAL]

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

POLT 1550

Introduction to Political Argumentation and Debate [CRI, COM]

--T-R--SVER

S

15

POLT 2060

Politics and Gender 01 3cr Williams 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-HSPC Cross-listed with POLT 4300. A Women’s Studies Course. An American Studies Course. [VAL]

S

20

POLT 2400

Introduction to Law

-M-W-F-WEBH -M-----WEBH --T----DWTN

S 2 1

10 10 10

POLT 2500

Interdisciplinary Approach to Politics Political Economy - Sex Drugs & Garbage 01 3cr MacNeill 5:30- 9:30PM Radical Thought 02 3cr Hellinger 5:30- 9:30PM May be repeated for credit if content differs. An American Studies Course. [VAL] Section .02 cross-listed with POLT 4200 and PHIL 2080.

--T----HSPC -M-----HSPC

1 1

25 10

--T-R--WEBH

S

15

POLT 2600

01

3cr Jensen

01 3cr Rathert 03 3cr Boyd 05 3cr Collins An American Studies Course. Cross-listed with LEGL 2400.[HUM]

10:00-11:20AM

9:00- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

Research Methods & Approaches 01 3cr Rosen 10:00-11:20AM in Political Science An American Studies Course. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and above. Cross-listed with INTL 2700.

71

Fee $50 $50 $50 $50


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. POLT 2610

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Reading Course:Introductory 01 6cr Staff TBA ------WEBG S 0 Prerequisite: Filing of official form and permission from instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Students should not register for this course without first meeting with an instructor.

POLT 3010

American Constitutional Law 01 3cr Williams Prerequisite: 6 hours in department or permission of instructor. An American Studies Course. Cross-listed with POLT 4300.

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--HSPC

2

20

POLT 3310

Conduct of Foreign Policy Prerequisite: POLT 1050 or POLT 1060.

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--HSPC

1

25

POLT 4000

Research Requirement 01 0cr Staff TBA Students registering for this course MUST also register for a 3000 or 4000 level course which satisfies the departmental research requirement.

------WEBG

S

25

POLT 4100

Advanced Studies in International Politics: Political Psychology 01 3cr Woolf A Human Rights Course. Cross-listed with PSYC 4150.

--T----WEBH

2

10

01

3cr Pease

5:30- 9:30PM

POLT 4200

Advanced Studies in Political Theory Radical Thought 01 3cr Hellinger 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----HSPC S 5 Prerequisites: 6 credit hours of political science, including a prior course in political theory, or permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Cross-listed with POLT 2500 & PHIL 2080.

POLT 4300

Advanced Studies in American Politics Politics & Gender 01 3cr Williams 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-HSPC American Constitutional Law 02 3cr Williams 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--HSPC Section .01 is cross-listed with POLT 2060. Section .02 is cross-listed with POLT 3010. Satisfies departmental research requirement. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

POLT 4400

POLT 4600

Advanced Studies in Comparative Politics Third World 01 3cr Entessar 2:00- 4:50PM -M-----HSPC Prerequisite: 6 credit hours of political science. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement An International Studies & Human Rights course. Cross-listed with HIST 4400.

S 2

5 5

S

8

Political Science Seminar Rise of China/Sino-US Relations 01 3cr Kim 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S Prerequisite: usually senior standing or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Satisfies departmental research requirement. Cross-listed with INTL 4600, HIST 4600.

6

POLT 4610

Reading Course:Advanced 01 6cr Staff TBA ------WEBG S 0 Prerequisite: Filing of official form obtained from the department office and usually junior standing. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Students should not register for this course without first contacting the department. Satisfies the departmental research requirement.

POLT 4700

Senior Thesis 01 4cr Staff TBA Prerequisite: Senior Standing and approval of the department chairperson. Satisfies departmental research. Students may not register without first filling out paperwork with the department.

72

------WEBG

S

0

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 1000

Course Title

01 3cr Stewart 10:00-11:20AM 02 3cr Maxwell 12:00- 1:20PM 03 3cr Bullerdieck 10:00-10:50AM 04 3cr Christeson 9:00-9:50AM 05 3cr Christeson 5:30-9:30PM Learning Strategies does not count toward a Psychology major or minor.

-M-W---WEBH --T-R--WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH -M----WEBH

S S S S 1

12 12 12 12 12

PSYC 1100

Introduction to Psychology

8:30- 9:50AM 10:00-11:20AM 1:30- 2:50PM 9:00- 9:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 2:00- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH --T----WEBH

S S S S S S 1

25 25 25 25 25 25 25

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

15

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

15

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

Learning Strategies

01 02 03 04 05 06 07

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Lorenz Jones Rustemeyer Mitchell Woolf Goedereis O'Connor

Liberal Arts Minor Course [SCI] PSYC 2000 PSYC 2000

Issues in Contemporary Psychology Abnormal Behavior in Lit & Film 01 3cr Grenwald Offered concurrently with ANSO 2000.01 [VAL]

PSYC 2000

Introduction to Social Work 02 3cr Glore Offered concurrently with ANSO 2000.02 [VAL]

PSYC 2000

Career & Life Strategies [VAL]

PSYC 2000

Intelligence:Thoeries & Measures 04 3cr Rustemeyer Offered concurrently with EDUC 3300.07 [VAL]

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

13

PSYC 2150

Psychology of Sleep [VAL]

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

25

PSYC 2200

Child Psychology 01 3cr Grenwald Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor. [VAL, SCI]

12:00-12:50PM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

PSYC 2300

Lifespan Development 01 3cr Goedereis Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor. [VAL, SCI]

10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

PSYC 2425

Women:Power, Place and Person 01 3cr Miller Offered concurrently with ANSO 2425.01 and WOMN 2000.06 Multicultural Studies Course, Women's Studies Course

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

10

PSYC 2650

Nonverbal Behavior 01 3cr Moore Offered concurrently with ANSO 2650.01 [VAL]

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBH

S

15

PSYC 2700

Psychology and Women 01 3cr Moore 1:30- 2:50PM Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor. Women's Studies Course

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

PSYC 2750

Introduction to Measurement and Statistics

-M-W---WEBH --T----WEBH ------ONL1

S 1 2

15 15 25

03

01

3cr Lorenz

3cr Muehlbach

01 3cr Hulsizer 1:00- 2:20PM 02 3cr Woolf 5:30- 9:30PM W3 3cr Woolf TBA Sections 01 and 02 are offered concurrently with ANSO 2750 Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor. 73

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. PSYC 2825

Course Title Introduction to Research Methods

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Mitchell 02 3cr Goedereis

Times 8:30- 9:50AM 5:30- 9:30PM

Days Building Trm Lim --T-R--WEBH S 15 ----R--WEBH 2 15

Offered concurrently with ANSO 2825 Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 or permission of instructor. PSYC 2950

Psychology of Adulthood and Aging 01 3cr Goedereis Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor.

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

25

PSYC 3125

Abnormal Psychology 01 3cr Grenwald 2:00- 2:50PM Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of psychology or permission of instructor. Int'l Studies Course

-M-W-F-WEBH

S

25

PSYC 3325

Applied Learning Theory 01 3cr Mitchell 11:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 and PSYC 2825 and 6 additional hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

S

25

PSYC 3425

Juvenile Delinquency 01 3cr McCarthy 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--WEBH S 15 Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 and 6 hours of social science or permission of instructor.

PSYC 3450

Psychology and Law 05 3cr McCarthy 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

PSYC 3550

History, Philosophy and Systems 01 3cr Woolf 12:00-12:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH of Psychology Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 and PSYC 2825 and 6 additional hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

1

25

S

20

PSYC 3600

Social Psychology 01 3cr Hulsizer 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S Offered concurrently with ANSO 3600.01 Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or ANSO 1010 or ANSO 1070 & ANSO/PSYC 2825 & 6 hours of social science or permission of instructor.

15

PSYC 3610

Independent Reading Course 01 3cr Staff Prerequisite: Junior standing and permission of instructor.

S

5

PSYC 3900

Introduction to Counseling 01 3cr Kannenberg 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 and 6 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

---W---WEBH

2

18

PSYC 4150

Political Psychology 01 3cr Woolf Offered concurrently with POLT 4100.01 Prerequisite: 12 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

15

PSYC 4300

Health Psychology

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

25

PSYC 4610

Advanced Independent Reading Course 01 3cr Staff Prerequisite: Senior standing and permission of instructor.

S

5

PSYC 4825

Advanced Research Methods: Quantitative 01 3cr Hulsizer 9:00- 9:50AM Offered concurrently with ANSO 4825.01 Prerequisite: PSYC 2825 and 12 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

S

8

01

3cr Moore

74

--T----DWTN

TBA

TBA

-M-W-F-WEBH

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. PSYC 4900 PSYC 4900

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Senior Seminar Spirituality and Psychology 01 3cr Kannenberg 10:00-11:20AM Offered concurrently with ANSO 4900.01 Prerequisite: PSYC 2825 and 12 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

PSYC 4900

Food and Culture 02 3cr Tierney 5:30- 9:30PM Offered concurrently with ANSO 4900.02 Prerequisite: PSYC 2825 and 12 hours of psychology or permission of instructor.

PUBLIC RELATIONS PBRL 2100 Fundamentals of Strategic Communications and Public Relations

--T-R--WEBH

S

8

---W---WEBH

1

8

Fee

3cr Ford 3cr Ford

1:30- 2:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER --T----SVER

S 2

24 24

$5 $5

01 3cr Bufe 02 3cr Ford Prerequisites: MEDC 1050, JOUR 1030 and PBRL 2100.

12:00- 1:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER --T----SVER

S 1

15 15

$5 $5

$15

PBRL 2920

Writing for Public Relations

PBRL 3150

Topics Social Media for Strategic PR Prerequisite: PBRL 2100 Holden Public Policy Forum

01 02

Days Building Trm Lim

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

24

02

3cr Staff

TBA

------SVER

S

15

PBRL 4200

Organizational Communication Prerequisite: PBRL 2100

01

3cr Brockmann

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

24

$10

PBRL 4300

Crisis Communications Management Prerequisite: PBRL 2100

01

3cr Burtch

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

2

15

$5

PBRL 4620

Senior Overview 01 3-6cr Staff TBA ------SVER S Prerequisites: Senior standing, acceptance into major through Portfolio Review, and permission of instructor.

0

PBRL 4800

Media Relations 01 3cr Groneck Prerequisite: PBRL 2100 or permission of instructor.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES RELG 1000 Roots of Religion [VAL] RELG 1040

Phenomena Magic: From Voodoo to Voldemort Anxiety, Fear and Faith [VAL, CUL]

1:00- 4:50PM

-M-----SVER

S

15

01

3cr van der Haven 10:00-10:50AM

-M-W-F-WEBG

S

25

01 02

3cr van der Haven 3cr Cooper

-M-W---WEBH --T----WEBG

S 1

25 25

1:00- 2:20PM 5:30- 9:30PM

RELG 1060

World Religions

01 3cr Welsh 1:00- 1:50PM -M-W-F-WEBG 02 3cr van der Haven 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--WEBH W1 3cr Magencey TBA ------ONL1 W2 3cr Billings TBA ------ONL1 [HST, HUM] A Liberal Arts Minor Course, a Multicultural Studies Course and an International Studies Course.

S S 1 2

25 25 16 16

RELG 1080

Thinking Through Religions [CRI, VAL]

1

16

W1 3cr Anderson

75

TBA

------ONL1

$25


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Contemporary Topics The Crusades 01 1cr Werner 5:30- 9:30PM NOTE: This section meets October 26, November 2 and November 9. Calendars 02 1cr Werner 5:30- 9:30PM NOTE: This section meets November 16, November 23 and November 30. Saints 03 1cr Werner 5:30- 9:30PM Werner 9:00- 1:00PM NOTE: This section meets December 7, December 11 and December 14. [HUM]

Days Building Trm Lim

RELG 2070

Introduction to Eastern Religions 01 3cr Parr [HUM, CUL] An International Studies and Liberal Arts course.

RELG 2100

Religion and Literature Imagining Christmas Greek and Roman Myth and Mysteries Science Fiction and Religion Science Fiction and Religion [HUM]

Course No. RELG 2030

RELG 2150

RELG 2350

RELG 2405

RELG 2420

RELG 2430

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2

25

--T----WEBG

2

25

--T----WEBG ------SWEBG

2 2

25 25

10:00-11:20AM

--T-R--WEBG

S

25

5:30- 9:30PM 12:00- 1:20PM TBA TBA

----R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 S 1 2

25 25 16 16

3cr Welsh

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

15

3cr Cooper

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

25

01

3cr Schenkel

1:30- 3:20PM

--T-R--WEBG

2

25

01

3cr Stimpfl

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

25

Religion and Culture Eating and Believing [CUL]

01

3cr Stimpfl

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

25

Environment and Religion Ecology and Spirituality Ecology and Spirituality [VAL] An Environmental Studies course.

G1 3cr Billings W2 3cr O'Leary

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----WING ------ONL1

1 2

25 16

01

01 02 W1 W2

Existence and Meaning Monsters/Power & Problem of Evil 01 This section cross-listed with GNST 2005-01. Seven Deadly Sins 02 [VAL, CUL] Sacred Texts Five Gospels [CUL] Religion and Film Satan

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Welsh Werner O'Leary O'Leary

RELG 2450

Death and Dying [VAL] A Multicultural Studies course.

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

25

RELG 2500

Gender, Culture and Religion Women's Spirituality 01 3cr Hayes 12:00- 1:20PM [VAL, CUL] A Women's Studies course. Cross-listed with WOMN 2006-01.

--T-R--WEBH

S

7

Buddhism Buddha and Early Buddhism 01 [HUM, CUL] An International Studies course.

---W---WEBG

1

25

RELG 3120

3cr Becker

3cr Parr

76

5:30- 9:30PM

Fee

$5


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. RELG 3180

RELG 4400

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Judaism The Middle East Conflict 01 3cr van der Haven [HUM, CUL] An International Studies course.

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

25

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

25

Spiritual Paths and Classics Nature Spirituality and Activism An Environmental Studies course.

01

3cr Parr

RELG 4600

Senior Project Preparation

01

3cr Stimpfl

TBA

------WEBG

S

25

RELG 4700

Senior Project

01

3cr Stimpfl

TBA

------WEBG

S

25

RUSSIAN

For a course in Russian language please see IL 1100.03. For a course on Russian film taught in English please see ILC 2150.03.

SCIENCE SCIN 1010

Topics in Physical Science Dinosaurs 01 3cr Moats 5:30- 9:20PM Meteorology 02 3cr McConnell 10:00-10:50AM Natural Disasters 06 3cr Moats 5:30- 9:30PM NOTE: Intended for non-majors. May be repeated if content differs (SCI)

-M-----WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH -M-----DWTN

1 S 2

18 25 18

SCIN 1100

Earth Science and the Environment 01 3cr Williams 5:30- 8:20PM ----R--WEBH S 15 NOTE: SCIN 1100 & 1101 must be taken concurrently. Intended for non-majors. May be repated if content differs (SCI)

SCIN 1101

Earth Science and the Environment Lab 01 1cr Williams NOTE: SCIN 1100 & 1101 must be taken concurrently.

SCIN 1150

Astronomy

SCIN 1410

Light, Sound and Electricity

01 3cr Elliott 9:00-10:20AM 02 3cr Elliott 10:30-11:50AM NOTE: Intended for non-majors. May be repeated if content differs. (SCI)

SCIN 3060

8:30- 9:20PM

----R--WEBH

S

15

-M-W-F-WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH

S S

25 25

--T-R--WEBH --T-R--WEBH

S S

25 25

Methods in Science Teaching 01 4cr Elliott TBA ------WEBH S Prerequisite: Science major and acceptance to the Teacher Certification Program or permission of the director of teacher certification and field experiences.

5

01 3cr McConnell 12:00-12:50PM 02 3cr McConnell 2:00- 2:50PM NOTE: Includes Lab. Intended for non-majors. May be repeated if content differs (SCI)

SCRIPTWRITING SCPT 2900 Scriptwriting

01 02

3cr Tressler 3cr Breitbach

5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM

----R--SVER --T----SVER

S S

15 15

SCPT 3110

Script Analysis 01 3cr Weinhaus Prerequisite: SCPT 2900 or permission of instructor.

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

15

SCPT 3400

Television Scriptwriting Prerequisite: SCPT 2900

5:30- 8:30PM

---W---SVER

S

15

Prerequisite: MEDC 1050

01

3cr Guyot

77

Fee

$30


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ---W---SVER S 15

Course No. SCPT 3500

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Writing Screenplays for Film 01 3cr Schuster Prerequisite: SCPT 2900, or for FILM majors, FILM 2320.

Times 2:00- 4:50PM

SCPT 4500

Advanced Scriptwriting 01 3cr Koch Prerequisite: SCPT 3500. May be repeated for credit.

5:30- 8:30PM

---W---SVER

S

15

Intensive Introduction to Spanish: Level I [CUL]

SPANISH SPAN 1070

Fee

01 05

3cr Buschardt 3cr Bishop

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBG --T----DWTN

1 1

18 18

$10 $10

SPAN 1080

Intensive Introduction to 01 Spanish: Level II 06 Prerequisite: SPAN 1070 or equivalent. [CUL]

3cr Buschardt 3cr Bishop

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBG --T----DWTN

2 2

18 18

$10 $10

SPAN 1090

Elementary Spanish: Level I [CUL]

4cr Stephenson 4cr Stephenson Stephenson

9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-11:20AM 8:00- 8:50AM

-MTWR--WEBH --T-R--WEBH ---W---WEBH

S S S

18 18 18

$10 $10 $10

SPAN 1100

Elementary Spanish: Level II 01 Prerequisite: SPAN 1090 or equivalent. [CUL]

9:00- 9:50AM

-MTWR--WEBH

S

18

$10

SPAN 2090

Intermediate Spanish: Level I

--T-R--WEBH -M-W-F-WEBH

S S

18 18

$10 $10

SPAN 2091

Workshop Listening & Vocab thru Culture 01 1cr Staff Listening & Vocab thru Culture 02 1cr Staff Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in SPAN 2090.

----R--WEBH -----F-WEBH

S S

18 18

$5 $5

-M-W---WEBH

S

18

$10

-----F-WEBH

S

18

$5

-M-W---WEBH

S

18

$10

-M-----WEBH

S

18

$5

-M-W---WEBH

S

18

$10

---W---WEBH

S

18

$5

01 02

4cr Staff

01 3cr Stephenson 12:00- 1:20PM 02 3cr Staff 12:00-12:50PM Prerequisite: SPAN 1100 or equivalent and concurrent enrollment in SPAN 2091. [CUL]

8:00- 8:50AM 1:00- 1:50PM

SPAN 2100

Intermediate Spanish: Level II 01 3cr Navia 1:00- 2:20PM Prerequisite: SPAN 2090 or equivalent and concurrent enrollment in SPร…N 2101. [CUL]

SPAN 2101

Workshop Reading, Writing, Vocab- A Novel 01 1cr Staff Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in SPAN 2100.

1:00- 1:50PM

SPAN 3090

Advanced Spanish: Level I 01 3cr Navia 2:30- 3:50PM Prerequisite: SPAN 2100 or equivalent and concurrent enrollment in SPAN 3091. [CUL]

SPAN 3091

Workshop Listening Comprehension & Vocab 01 1cr Navia Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in SPAN 3090.

4:00- 4:50PM

SPAN 3100

Advanced Spanish: Level II 01 3cr Corvalรกn 2:30- 3:50PM Prerequisite: SPAN 3090 or equivalent and concurrent enrollment in SPAN 3101. [CUL]

SPAN 3101

Workshop Writing Tips & Lexical Distinction 01 1cr Corvalรกn Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in SPAN 3100.

78

4:00- 4:50PM


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. SPAN 3150

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Culture and Civilization of the Spanish-Speaking World Spain as a Cultural Crossroad W1 3cr Navia TBA ------ONL1 2 10 Prerequisite: SPAN 3100 or permission of the instructor. Crosslisted with ILC 2150.W1. [CUL] [HST] An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major Course. 3cr Corvalรกn

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

18

TBA

SPAN 3170

Advanced Conversational Spanish Prerequisite: SPAN 2170 or equivalent.

SPAN 3250

Introduction to Literature: One-Act Plays of 01 3cr Corvalรกn 1:00- 2:20PM -M-W---WEBH S 18 $10 Contemporary Latin America Prerequisite: SPAN 3100 or equivalent. [CUL] [HUM] An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major Course. A Latin American Studies Minor Course.

SPAN 4650

Advanced Topics Spain through Fiction and Film 01 3cr Navia 5:30- 8:30PM --T----WEBH S Prerequisite: SPAN 3100 and SPAN 3150 or permission of instructor. Crosslisted with ILC 5170.02. [CUL] [HUM] An International Studies Certificate Course. An International Studies Major Course.

SPEECH COMMUNICATION SPCM 1040 Public Speaking [COM]

01

Fee

18

01 02 03 06

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Christeson 10:00-11:20AM Jensen 1:00- 2:20PM Benton-Hopp 11:00-11:50AM Hagan 5:30- 9:30PM

--T-R--SVER -M-W---SVER -M-W-F-SVER ----R--DWTN

S S S 2

15 0 15 12

01 02 03 04

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Sharpe Christeson Jensen Dersch

2:30- 3:50PM 8:30- 9:50AM 12:00-12:50PM 5:30- 9:30PM

-M-W---SVER --T-R--SVER -M-W-F-SVER ---W---SVER

S S S 2

20 20 20 20

SPCM 1280

Interpersonal Communication

SPCM 2000

Forensics 01 3cr Serfass Some travel may be required. May be repeated for credit.

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--SVER

S

20

SPCM 2400

Persuasion

01

3cr Christeson

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

20

SPCM 3150

Topics in Communication Rhetoric of Political Campaigns

01

3cr Sharpe

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

20

SPCM 3300

Navigating Relationships 01 3cr Jensen Prerequiste: SPCM 1280 or permission of instructor.

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

20

SPCM 3500

Presentations for Media Professionals 01 3cr Jensen Prerequisite: SPCM 1040 or permission of instructor.

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--SVER

S

16

SPCM 4600

Communications Theory 01 3cr Jensen 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER Prerequisites: SPCM 1280 plus 9 credits of SPCM coursework or permission of isntructor.

2

20

THAI

For a course in Thai language please see ILC 1090.03. For courses in Thai culture and food taught in English please see ILC 2150.04, 05, 06 and 07.

79

$10

$10

$10


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. THEATRE THEA 1010

Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

Conservatory I Acting

01

Musical Theatre

02

Design

03

Technical Direction

04

Stage Management

05

8cr Englis Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis

Times

1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 4:00- 5:20PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

Days Building Trm Lim

-M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-----SVER -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL

S S S S S S S S S S S

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

THEA 1030

Acting for Non Majors I

THEA 1050

Theatre Appreciation 01 3cr Coplon 11:00-11:50AM -M-W-F-LHCT S 25 The course examines how theatre art is created, from concept to curtain call. Students will be required to see several live theatre performances. Emphasis is placed on how theatre art involves audiences in the exploration of the themes of the human condition.

THEA 2010

Conservatory II Acting

01

Musical Theatre

02

Design

03

Technical Production

04

Stage Mangangment

05

Directing

06

Fee

$1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750

01 3cr Wall 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----MILL 1 16 03 3cr Wall 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---DWTN 1 16 06 3cr Wall 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---DWTN 2 16 This is an introduction to naturalistic acting. Course includes basic awareness exercises, as well as theoretical and practical application of the Stanislavsky System. Please contact the Department of Theatre and Dance, 314-968-6929, for directions to the classroom, prior to the first class.

8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis 8cr Englis Englis

S S S S S S S S S S S S

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

THEA 2030

History of the Theatre:Greeks to 01 3cr Sheley 9:00- 9:50AM -M-W-F-LHCT S Restoration 02 3cr Sheley 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-LHCT S Surveys history of the theatre, its playwrights, directors, actors, audiences and physical theatres. [ART][HST]

25 25

THEA 3010

Conservatory III Acting

01

Design

02

Technical Production

03

Stage Management

04

Directing

05

8cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis 6cr Englis Englis 80

1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

-M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL

-M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL

S S S S S S S S S S

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

$1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750

$1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. THEA 3040

Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Topics in Theatre Design Applications 04 3cr Tucker 1:00- 3:50PM Prerequisitie: Permission of instructor. Applied projects in specific design areas Museum Studies 05 3cr Englis TBA Prerequisitie: Permission of instructor.

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----LHCT

S

25

------LHCT

S

25

THEA 3050

Acting for Non-Majors II 01 3cr Wall 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----MILL 2 Prerequisite: THEA 1030 Acting for Non-majors I. Focuses on scene work and monologues. Please contact the Department of Theatre and Dance, 314-968-6929, for directions to the classroom, prior to the first class.

16

THEA 3710

Directing I

01

2cr Finlayson

1:00- 2:50PM

--T----MILL

S

25

THEA 4010

Conservatory IV Acting

01

Design

02

Technical Production

03

Stage Management

04

8cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis 10cr Englis Englis

1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM 1:00- 5:50PM 1:00- 2:50PM

-M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL -M-WRF-MILL --T----MILL

S S S S S S S S

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

THEA 4500

London Theatre

01

3cr Finlayson

TBA

------LHCT

S

25

THEA 4710

Directing III

01

2cr Finlayson

2:30- 3:50PM

-----F-WEBG

S

25

01 02 03 04

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

5:30- 8:30PM 5:30- 8:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----SVER ---W---SVER ------SVER ------SVER

S S S S

15 15 15 15

VIDEO PRODUCTION VIDE 1810 Video Production I

Valdes Valdes Staff Staff

VIDE 2520

Video Production II 01 Prerequisites: PHOT 1000 and VIDE 1810.

3cr AuBuchon

1:00- 3:50PM

-M-----SVER

S

15

VIDE 3090

Television Studio Production 01 3cr Williamson Prerequisite: VIDE 2520. May be repeated for credit.

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

15

VIDE 3150

Topics :Motion Graphics (After Effects) 01 3cr Roider 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER 2 10 Prerequisite: VIDE 3890 or permission of instructor. :Lighting Principles & Practice 02 3cr Berliner 6:00-10:00PM --T----SVER 2 15 Prerequisite: May be repeated if content differs. :Video Editing 03 3cr AuBuchon 1:00- 3:50PM ----R--SVER S 15 Prerequisite: VIDE 2520 or permission of instructor. :Digital Special Effects 04 3cr Snider 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---SVER S 15 Prerequisite: VIDE 3890 or permission of instructor. :Advanced Videography 05 3cr Berliner 6:00-10:00PM --T----SVER 1 15 Prerequisite: Prerequisite: EPMD 1000. May be repeated for credit in content differs. :Avid Editing I 06 3cr Betz 6:00-10:00PM --T----SVER 1 15 :Avid Editing II 07 3cr Betz 6:00-10:00PM --T----SVER 2 15 :3D Sterescopic Cinema 08 3cr Maupin 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER 1 6 Prerequisites: For Film Production students, FILM 2320; for Video Production students VIDE 2520; or by permission of the instructor.

81

Fee

$1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750 $1,750

$125 $125 $125 $125

$50


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T----SVER S 8

Course No. VIDE 3890

Course Title Video Post-Production Prerequisite: VIDE 2520.

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr AuBuchon

Times 12:00- 2:50PM

VIDE 4253

Experimental Video Prerequisite: VIDE 2520.

01

1:00- 3:50PM

VIDE 4610

Readings in Video Production 01 3cr Staff TBA ------SVER S 10 Prerequisites: media major,junior/senior standing and permission of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

VIDE 4620

Senior Overview

VIDE 4900

Proseminar in Video Production Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

3cr McElwee

WOMN 2004

S

15

01 3cr AuBuchon TBA ------SVER S 10 02 3cr Corley TBA ------SVER S 10 03 3cr Valdes TBA ------SVER S 10 Prerequisites: senior standing, acceptance into the major through portfolio review, and permission of the instructor. 01

3cr AuBuchon

1:00- 3:50PM

WOMEN'S STUDIES WOMN 1010 Studying Women Across the Disciplines 01 3cr Miller 5:30- 9:30PM [CRI] [VAL] 02 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM A Certificate in Diversity & Identity in the U.S. course. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. WOMN 2000

---W---SVER

Fee

-----F-SVER

S

10

----R--PRSN -M-----PRSN

1 2

25 25

2

25

S

25

S

5

S

10

2

5

Issues in Women's Studies Ancient Goddesses 02 3cr MacDougal 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--PRSN An Ancient Studies Minor course. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Women in Non-profit Management 03 3cr McGee 3:00- 4:20PM --T-R--RWES A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Bold and Embattled: Women's Struggle 04 3cr Rathert 10:00-10:50AM -M-W-F-WEBH for Justice on Both Sides of the Bar Cross-listed with LEGL 2080-01. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Prayer, Power, and Petticoats: Early 05 3cr Thompson 12:00-12:50PM -M-W-F-WEBH Modern Women in France and England Cross-listed with HIST 2060-01. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Women: Power, Place, and Person 06 3cr Miller 5:30-9:30PM ---W---WEBH Cross-listed with ANSO 2425-01 and PSYC 2425-01. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course Issues in Women's Studies: Whodunit? Murder, Misogyny, and Mayhem 01 3cr Hayes [HUM] A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course.

1:30- 2:50PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

15

WOMN 2006

Issues in Women's Studies: 01 3cr Hayes Women's Spirituality Cross-listed with RELG 2500-01. [CUL] [VAL] A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course.

12:00- 1:20PM

--T-R--WEBH

S

10

WOMN 2010

Feminist and Gender Theory 01 3cr Miller Cross-listed with ANSO 2000-03. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course.

2:30- 3:50PM

-M-W---WEBH

S

15

82

$5


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Topics in Women's Studies Feminism and Family 01 3cr Gardetto 5:30- 9:30PM --T----PRSN 2 Cross-listed with ANSO 3000-04. Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in classes designated as women's studies courses. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Philosophy and Women 02 3cr Parsons 1:30- 2:50PM --T-R--PRSN S Cross-listed with PHIL 3370-01. Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in classes designated as women's studies courses. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course. Women, Crime and Punishment in 03 3cr MacDougal 10:00-11:20AM --T-R--WEBH S Ancient Law and Society Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in classes designated as women's studies courses. An Ancient Studies Minor course. A Women's Studies Minor and Certificate course.

Lim

Basic Writing Workshop 01 1cr Cade TBA ------WEBG All grades are credit / no credit. No student who has had WRIT 1010 may take this course for credit. Does not count toward the English major or minor. Concurrent enrollment in WRIT 1010 required.

S

15

WRIT 1010

Composition [COM]

01 02 03 04

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

WRIT 2090

Writing in the Workplace [COM]

01

WRIT 2400

Course No. WOMN 3000

WRITING WRIT 1000

Harrison Baken Baken Oehler

13

10

25

9:00- 9:50AM 10:00-10:50AM 11:00-11:50AM 10:00-11:20AM

-M-W-F-PRSN -M-W-F-PRSN -M-W-F-PRSN --T-R--PRSN

S S S S

15 15 15 15

3cr Waters

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--PRSN

2

15

Introduction to Professional Writing [COM] 01

3cr Waters

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--PRSN

1

15

WRIT 3000

Professional Writing Practicum

01

3cr Armbruster

TBA

------PRSN

S

20

WRIT 4600

Professional Writing Portfolio Review

01

0cr Armbruster

TBA

------PRSN

S

20

83

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title

ADVT 5321

Advertising Decision-Making 03 3cr Smith 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER 2 24 Prerequisites: a minimum of 6 credit hours of undergraduate coursework in advertising theory and MRKT 5940 Promotional Management.

ART ART 5000

Sec Hrs Faculty

Marketing Communications: 01 3cr Drozda Sales Promotion Prerequisite: MRKT 5940 Promotional Management

Graduate Seminar in Art 01 3cr Staff Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art.

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. ADVERTISING ADVT 5301

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

1

24

Fee $10

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--VAST

2

10

$40

ART 5110

Drawing Studio 01 3cr Loudenback 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

----R--VAST

2

3

$100

ART 5270

Graphic Design Studio 01 3cr Yuasa 1:00- 2:50PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

--T-RF-VAST

S

2

$100

ART 5410

Painting Studio 01 3cr Passanise 3:00- 4:50PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

-M-W-F-VAST

S

3

$100

ART 5510

Sculpture Studio 01 3cr Staff 3:00- 4:50PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

-M-W-F-VAST

S

3

$135

ART 5530

Ceramic Studio 01 3cr Au 1:00- 2:50PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

--T-RF-VAST

S

3

$125

ART 5620

Printmaking Studio Alternative Lithography 01 3cr Lang 10:00-11:50AM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

--T-RF-VAST

S

3

$150

ART 5630

Papermaking Studio 01 3cr Lang 3:00- 4:50PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

--T-RF-VAST

2

3

$100

ART 5710

Photography Studio 01 3cr Assner 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

---W---VAST

S

2

$125

ART 5750

Topics in Art History Dada: Art and Anti-Art 01 3cr Beck 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST Early Renaissance 02 3cr Gregg 3:00- 4:20PM --T-R--SVER Cultural Organizations 03 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit if content differs.

S S 2

3 3 3

$30 $30 $30

ART 5820

Performance Art 01 3cr Hodson 8:00- 9:50AM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

-M-W-F-VAST

S

3

$100

ART 5830

Alternative Media 01 3cr Hodson 10:00-11:50AM Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in art. May be repeated for credit.

--T-RF-VAST

S

3

$100

84


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ART 5950

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Advanced Study in Art Silkscreen 01 3cr Levin 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST S 3 Glaze Calculation 03 3cr Au 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST 1 2 Collaborative Art 04 3cr Passanise 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--VAST S 3 Exhibition Graphics 05 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---VAST S 2 Web Design 06 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM --T----VAST S 2 Book Arts 07 3cr Staff 3:00- 4:50PM --T-RF-VAST 1 12 Prerequisites: admission to the graduate program in art and ART 5000. May be repeated for credit.

ART 6250

Thesis 01 6cr Hughes Prerequisite: completion of other art program requirements.

TBA

------WEBG

S

5

ART 6500

Graduate Internship in Art

TBA

------WEBG

S

5

ARTS MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP AMLD 5010 Introduction to Arts Management/Planning 01 3cr Chadwick 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisites: acceptance into the arts management and leadership program.

-M-----LHCT

1

12

AMLD 5060

Accounting and Finance for the Arts 01 3cr Hagen 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisites: acceptance into the arts management and leadership program.

--T----LHCT

1

12

AMLD 5070

Marketing for the Arts 01 3cr Beckmann 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisites: acceptance into the arts management and leadership program.

-M-----LHCT

2

12

AMLD 5200

Seminar in Arts Leadership 01 2cr Pepper 5:30- 7:30PM Prerequisites: acceptance into the arts management and leadership program.

--T----LHCT

2

12

BIOLOGY ENMG 5000

Environmental Science

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 5100

Environmental Law I

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

18 18

01

3cr Hughes

Prerequisite: ENMG 5000 ENMG 5200

Environmental Law and Compliance Auditing Prerequisite: ENMG 5100

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 5300

Environmental Accounting

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 6100

Management of Land and Water Resources Prerequisite: 5200

W2 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

2

18

ENMG 6110

Management of Air Quality Prerequisite: ENMG 5200

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

1

18

ENMG 6120

Waste Management and Pollution Control Prerequisite: ENMG 5200

W2 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

2

18

PATA 5120

Foundations of Intellectual Law

08

5:30- 9:20PM

---W---WEST

2

15

3cr McElvain

85

Fee $150 $125 $100 $100 $100 $100

$30


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ---W---WEST 1 15

Course No. PSML 5050

Course Title Communication for Science Management and Leadership

Sec Hrs Faculty 07 3cr Sharpe

Times 5:30- 9:20PM

PSML 5800

Project Management Prerequisite: BUSN 5200, PSML 5590

07

3cr Rull

5:30- 9:20PM

---W---WEST

1

15

PSML 5850

Regulatory and Qualitative 08 3cr Staff Affairs for Science Management and Leadership Prerequisite: PSML 5590 or permission of instructor

5:30- 9:20PM

---W---WEST

2

15

BUSINESS BUSN 5000

Business

01 06 07 G2 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--WGSD --T----DWTN --T----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 1 1 2

25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 5200

Basic Finance for Managers

03 06 07 G3 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ----R--DWTN --T----WEST -M-----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 2 1 2 1 2

25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 5210

Financial Management for Nonprofits

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

17

BUSN 5600

Accounting Theory and Practice

01 03 05 07 08 G2 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SVER -M-----SVER -M-----DWTN ---W---WEST ----R--WEST ----R--WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 5620

Current Economic Analysis

01 03 05 07 08 G3 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Hinson Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ----R--SVER --T----DWTN -M-----WEST -M-----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2

25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 5630

Business Law

OA 3cr Staff OB 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA TBA

------WEBG ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

16 16 16

BUSN 5680

Issues in Business Project Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

86

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Course Title Applied Business Statistics

Sec 01 02 03 04 05 07 08 09 7W G3 OA QA

BUSN 6050

Macroeconomic Analysis

07 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

BUSN 6070

Management Accounting

01 02 04 05 07 08 G2 OA QA

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SVER -M-----SVER -M-----SVER ----R--DWTN ---W---WEST ---W---WEST --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

17 25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 6080

Business Information Systems

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 6110

Operations and Project Management

01 03 04 05 07 08 G2 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SVER ---W---SVER -M-----SVER ----R--DWTN -M-----WEST ----R--WEST ----R--WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

25 25 17 25 25 25 25 16 16

BUSN 6120

Managerial Economics

01 02 03 06 07 08 G3 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER --T----SVER --T----SVER ----R--DWTN ----R--WEST -M-----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Rodriguez Rodriguez Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

87

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim -M-----SVER 1 25 --T----SVER 1 25 -M-----SVER 2 18 ----R--SVER 2 25 ---W---DWTN 1 25 ----R--WEST 1 25 --T----WEST 2 25 -M-----WEST 1 25 ---W---WEST 2 25 ----R--WING 2 25 ------ONL1 1 16 ------ONL1 2 16

Course No. BUSN 5760

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. BUSN 6200

Course Title Strategy and Competition

Sec 01 03 07 08 G3 OA QA

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty O'Bannon Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

BUSINESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL SECURITY MANAGEMENT SECR 5000 Security Management 05 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ---W---SVER 1 25 ---W---SVER 2 25 ----R--WEST 1 25 -M-----WEST 2 25 --T----WING 2 25 ------ONL1 1 16 ------ONL1 2 16

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

SECR 5010

Legal and Ethical Issues in Security Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5020

Security Administration and Management

06 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

25 16 16

SECR 5030

Business Assets Protection

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5060

Emergency Planning

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5080

Information Systems Security

05 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

SECR 5090

Behavioral Issues

05 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

SECR 5150

Terrorism and Extremist Activity

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 6000

Integrated Studies in Security Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

Fee

COMMUNICATION ARTS COMM 5000 Fiction, NonFiction, and Poetry for Children

01

3cr Shreves

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

$10

COMM 5090

Drawing

01

3cr Bradley

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----VAST

2

15

$25

COMM 5100

Painting

01

3cr Bradley

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----VAST

1

15

$20

COMM 5187

Secondary Techniques and Curriculum

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

15

$15

COMM 5199

Teaching Writing

01

3cr Birkman

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

$15

COMM 5270

Visual Communication

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

15

$30

88


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim -M-----WEBH 1 20 -M-----WEBH 2 20

Course No. COMM 5280

Course Title Written Communication

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Birkman 02 3cr Birkman

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

COMM 5290

Interpersonal Communication

01 3cr Shiller W1 3cr Powell

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----WEBH ------ONLN

2 S

20 15

COMM 5344

Contemporary Linguistics

01

3cr Vondera

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

COMM 5390

Literature Seminars The American Novel

01

3cr Vondera

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

20

COMM 5440

Integrated Language Arts

01

3cr Holmes

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

COMM 5460

Curriculum Design

01 3cr Staff W1 3cr Altrogge

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

----R--WEBH ------ONLN

1 S

20 15

$5

COMM 5530

Technology and Teaching

01 3cr Carr W1 3cr Flack

5:00- 9:00PM TBA

----R--WEBH ------ONLN

1 2

15 15

$30

COMM 5560

Sculpture

01

5:00- 9:00PM

----R--VAST

1

20

$135

COMM 5631

Literacies and Technology

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

------ONLN

2

15

COMM 5640

Communication Through Art Forms

01

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

COMM 5670

Teaching in a Diverse Society

W1 3cr Talley

TBA

------ONLN

2

18

COMM 5820

Foundations in Reading Instruction

01 02

3cr Rhomberg 3cr Rhomberg

5:30- 9:30PM 5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WEBH -M-----WGSD

1 2

18 18

COMM 5840

Reading and Writing as Cognitive Processes

01

3cr Koblitz

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WGSD

2

18

COMM 5920

Teaching Reading in Content Fields

01

3cr Cornell

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

18

COMM 5930

Investigations in Reading, Intermediate

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

18

COMM 5960

Differentiated Reading Instr.

01

3cr Jordan

5:30- 8:30PM

--T----WEBH

S

18

COMPUTER SCIENCE / DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS COSC 5000 Distributed Systems

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

0

COSC 5010

Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

01

3cr Maher

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

17

$10

COSC 5020

Object-Oriented Programming

11

3cr Maher

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

2

17

$10

COSC 5110

Network Architecture

11

3cr Suo

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

2

17

COSC 5150

Distributed Application Development

01

3cr Wang

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

1

17

$10

COSC 6000

Distributed Systems Project

11

3cr Cawns

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

0

$10

3cr Watson

3cr Diefenbach

89

Fee $15 $15

$20


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. COUNSELING COUN 5020

Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Foundations of Counseling:The Helping Relationship

01

3cr Staff

TBA

COUN 5050

Human Growth and Development

03

3cr Staff

COUN 5100

Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling

01

COUN 5140

Psychopharmacology

COUN 5150

Days Building Trm Lim ------WEBH

1

0

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

3cr Bates

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

20

01

3cr Mahon

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

Psychopathology

01

3cr Klein

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

20

COUN 5200

Theories of Counseling

01

3cr Kannenberg

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

20

COUN 5220

Assessment

01

3cr Nickels

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

20

COUN 5230

Psychodiagnostics

03

3cr Klein

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

COUN 5540

Family Systems Theory

03

3cr Clements

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

COUN 5545

Blended Family Therapy

01

3cr Clements

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

20

COUN 5560

Human Sexuality Aug. 20-22 and Sept. 17-19

01

3cr Tetlow

5:30- 9:30PM 9:00- 5:00PM

-----F-WEBH U-----SWEBH

1

20

COUN 5600

Techniques of Group Counseling

01

3cr Newcomb

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

COUN 5610

Techniques of Counseling

03

3cr Newcomb

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

COUN 5630

Techniques of Substance Abuse Counseling

03

3cr Mahon

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

COUN 5700

Lifestyle and Career Development

03

3cr Lorenz

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

COUN 5800

Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice

03

3cr Bates

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

COUN 5850

Research and Program Evaluation

03

3cr Nickels

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

COUN 6000

Counseling Learning Practicum

01 03

3cr Henning 3cr Staff

5:30- 7:30PM 5:30- 7:30PM

---W---WEBH ---W---WEBH

1 2

0 0

COUN 6500

Internship

01 02 03 04

1.5cr

Newcomb 3cr Mahon 1.5cr Newcomb 3cr Mahon

6:00- 7:30PM 6:00- 7:30PM 6:00- 7:30PM 6:00- 7:30PM

-M-----PRSN -M-----PRSN -M-----PRSN -M-----PRSN

1 1 2 2

0 0 0 0

DOCTOR OF MANAGEMENT DMGT 7140 Statistical Analysis

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

24

DMGT 7300

Management Systems Redesign

03

3cr Brasfield

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

25

DMGT 7450

Strategic Management

01

3cr O'Bannon

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

1

25

90

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim -M-----SVER 2 25

Course No. DMGT 7520

Course Title Organizational Development and Change

Sec Hrs Faculty 03 3cr Haldeman

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

Fee

DMGT 7900

Integrative Seminar

03

3cr Evans

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

25

DMGT 8000

Doctoral Project

01 03

12cr Orr 12cr Orr

TBA TBA

------WEBG ------WEBG

1 2

25 25

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ECED 5010 Foundations of Early Childhood Education

01

3cr Bauermeist

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

20

$10

ECED 5460

Curriculum Design

01

3cr Breig-Allen

5:00- 8:00PM

-M-----WEBH

S

20

$10

ECED 5461

PrePrimary Practicum

01

1cr Breig-Allen

TBA

------OFFC

1

20

ECED 5462

Early Primary Practicum

01

1cr Breig-Allen

TBA

------OFFC

2

20

ECED 5470

Observation, Documemtation and Analysis of Learning in Early Childhood Education

01

3cr Breig-Allen

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

1

10

$10

ECED 5670

Sociomoral Development: Implications for Early Learning

01

3cr Strange

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

$15

ECED 5830

Topics in Early Learning Expressive Languages

01

3cr Strange

5:00- 9:00PM

----R--OFFC

1

20

$30

ECED 5860

Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Early Childhood

01

3cr Bauermeist

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

$10

ECED 5880

Integrating Resources:Community, Schools and Family

01

3cr Jones

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

$10

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY EFGS 5000 Foundations: Education for Global Sustainability

W1 3cr Mack

SCIC 5240

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP LEAD 6001 Foundations in Educational Leadership

ID

5cr Bevel

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---OFFC

S

15

LEAD 6002

School Administration and Resource Management

ID

5cr Altrogge

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---OFFC

S

15

LEAD 6123

Action Research Internship Step One

ID

5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM TBA

--T----OFFC --T----OFFC --T----OFFC --T----OFFC --T----OFFC ------ONL1

S S S S S S

6 6 6 6 6 6

Animal Form and Function for School Personnel

1cr Ritter Ritter Ritter Ritter Ritter W1 1cr Bevel

91

$25


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ------ONL1 1 15

Course No. LEAD 6127

Course Title Personnel

Sec Hrs Faculty W1 2cr Bevel

Times TBA

LEAD 6129

Curriculum

W1 2cr Altrogge

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

LEAD 6133

Action Research Internship Step Two

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

------ONL1

S

6

LEAD 6134

Optional Topics for Internship I:Dispositions

ID 1cr Altrogge IL 1cr Altrogge W1 1cr Altrogge

5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM TBA

--T----OFFC --T----OFFC ------ONL1

S S S

6 6 6

LEAD 6135

Optional Topics for Internship II: Diversity

ID

1cr Altrogge

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----OFFC

S

6

01 3cr Wagner W1 3cr Reitinger W2 3cr Reitinger

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WEBH ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

16 15 15

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY EDTC 5010 Introduction to Technologies for Educators

EDTC 5032

Intro to Assessment Using Technology

W1 3cr Beckmann

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5040

Graphic Design for Educators

W1 2cr Reiss

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5070

Desktop Publishing for Educators

W1 3cr Reiss

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5290

Digital Video for Educators

01

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

16

EDTC 5332

Computers and Information Systems

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5460

Curriculum Design & Technology Applications

W1 3cr Beckmann

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5465

Instructional Design

W1 2cr Wagner

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5550

Web Authoring and Design Part I

W1 2cr Astuto

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5555

Web Authoring and Design Part II

W1 2cr Astuto

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5631

Literacies and Technology

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5637

Systemic Change Theory & Technology

W1 3cr Harrison

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5639

Technology & Thinking Skills

W1 3cr Rockwell

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5710

Maintaining Computer Systems

01

5:30- 8:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

16

EDTC 5740

Designing Ed Tech Facilities

W1 3cr Erwin

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

EDTC 5830

Video Conferencing for Educators

W1 3cr Carr

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5900

Technology, Ethics, and Society

W1 3cr Harrison

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

3cr McKenna

2cr Trani

92

Fee

$10

$20

$10


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. EDTC 5995

Course Title Final Program Survey

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 0cr Olliges

EDTC 5996

Content Performance Portfolio

W1 2cr Bryan

FINANCE FINC 5000

Finance

01 02 03 05 07 08 G2 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

FINC 5210

Investments

01 08 OA OB QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

FINC 5810

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------WEBH S 25

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WGSD --T----WGSD -M-----SVER -M-----DWTN ----R--WEST --T----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA

----R--SVER --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------WEBG ------ONL1

1 2 1 1 2

17 25 16 16 16

Capital Budgeting and Corporate Investment

01 3cr Staff 03 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-T-----SVER -T-----WGSD ------ONL1

1 2 2

25 25 16

FINC 5830

Institutions and Financial Markets

01 3cr Scott QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

---W---SVER ------ONL1

1 2

25 16

FINC 5840

International Finance

03 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-T----SVER --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2

25 25 16 16

FINC 5860

Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WGSD

2

25

FINC 5870

Derivatives

03 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

--M----SVER ------ONL1

2 2

17 16

FINC 5880

Advanced Corporate Finance

01 03 04 06 07 08 G3 OA QA

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----SVER ---W---SVER --T----SVER -M-----DWTN --T----WEST ----R--WEST --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2

25 18 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

FINC 5890

Financial Statement Analysis

03 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

18 16 16

FINC 5910

Advanced Investments and Portfolio Management

01

5:30- 9:30PM

--M----SVER

1

18

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

3cr Porras

93

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. FINC 6290

Course Title Financial Strategy

GERONTOLOGY GERN 5000 Gerontology

GERN 5500

Professional Seminars Pharmacy and Aging Ethical Dilemmas in Caregiving Indep Aging/Res/Community Settng

Days Building Trm Lim ---W---SVER 2 25 ------ONL1 1 16

Sec Hrs Faculty 03 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM TBA

01 3cr Salmon W1 3cr Salmon W3 3cr Salmon

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SCHL ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

20 16 16

03 04 05

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH ----R--WEBH ----R--WEBH

2 2 2

20 20 20

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----SCHL ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

20 16 16

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

1cr Staff 1cr Staff 1cr Staff

GERN 5600

Economic Issues for Older Adults

01 3cr Jackson W1 3cr Harris W3 3cr Harris

GERN 5620

Physiology of Aging

W1 3cr Staff W3 3cr Staff

GERN 5630

Psychology of Aging

03 3cr Jaeger W1 3cr Dufault W3 3cr Dufault

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SCHL ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

20 16 16

GERN 5640

Management of Programs for Older Adults

03 3cr Zeman W1 3cr Gray W3 3cr Gray

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----SCHL ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

20 16 16

GERN 5660

Research and Assessment in Gerontology

W1 3cr Tetlow W3 3cr Tetlow

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5670

Social Science Perspectives in Gerontology

W1 3cr Tetlow W3 3cr Tetlow

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5690

Issues in Gerontology Family Concepts/Gerontologist

01

3cr Jaeger

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SCHL

1

20

Integrated Studies in Gerontology

01

3cr Kannenberg

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

1

10

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS CSIS 5300 Database Systems QA 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5310

Introduction to Decision Support Systems

QN 3cr Maher

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

CSIS 5400

Data Warehousing

QA 3cr Wang

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5410

Introduction to Data Mining

QN 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

CSIS 5420

Data Mining

QA 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5600

Decision Support Systems

QN 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

GERN 6000

94

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. Course Title GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN WEB SERVICES COAP 5000 Introduction to Web Services

QA 3cr Robertson

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5010

Web Development Technologies (XHTML)

QA 3cr Troxler

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5020

Principles of Data Exchange (XML)

QN 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

COAP 5030

Web Services Protocols (XML,WSDL,SOAP,UDDI)

QN 3cr Gilley

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

COAP 5040

Databases in Web Services

QA 3cr Wang

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5050

Web Services Security

QN 3cr Dill

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT HLTH 5000 Organization and Management Health Administration

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

24

HLTH 5020

Organizational Planning and Change in Health Administration

01

3cr Risker

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

24

HLTH 5050

Financial Management in Health Administration

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WGSD

1

24

HLTH 5070

Financial Analysis in Health Administration

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

2

24

HLTH 5100

Statistics for Health Administration

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

1

24

HLTH 5140

Health Administration Law

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

2

24

HLTH 6000

Integrated Studies in Health Administration

03

3cr Risker

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

24

03 05 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--WGSD -M-----DWTN --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 1 2

24 25 25 16 16

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT HRDV 5000 Introduction to Human Resources Development

HRDV 5560

Group Development and Change

01 08 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ----R--WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

24 25 16 16

HRDV 5610

Training and Development

03 06 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER -M-----DWTN -M-----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 2 1 1 2

24 25 25 16 16

95

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. HRDV 5630

Course Title Organization Development and Change

Sec 01 06 07 G1 OA QA

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty Haldeman Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

HRDV 5680

Ethics, Values, and Legal Issues in Human Resources Development

05

3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim --T----SVER 1 24 ----R--DWTN 2 25 ----R--WEST 1 25 -M-----WING 1 25 ------ONL1 1 16 ------ONL1 2 16 25

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----DWTN

1

HRDV 5700

Career Management

06 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

25 16 16 16

HRDV 5710

Diversity in the Workplace

05

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---DWTN

1

25

HRDV 5750

Research and Assessment in Human Resources Development

01 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 1 2

24 25 16 16

HRDV 6000

Integrated Studies in Human Resources Development

05 08 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--DWTN ----R--WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

25 25 16 16

01 03 06 07 G2 OA OG QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Palmer Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA

---W---SVER ----R--SVER --T----DWTN -M-----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------WEBG ------ONL1

1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2

24 24 25 25 25 16 16 16

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources

HRMG 5700

Employment Law

03 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WGSD --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2

24 25 16 16

HRMG 5800

Staffing and Selection

03 07 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ---W---WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2

24 25 16 16

HRMG 5920

Compensation

07 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

HRMG 5930

Labor-Management Relations

06 07 OA QA

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--DWTN -M-----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2

25 25 16 16

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff 96

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T----DWTN 1 25

Course No. HRMG 5960

Course Title Employee Benefits

Sec Hrs Faculty 05 3cr Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

HRMG 6000

Integrated Studies in Human Resources Management

05 08 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----DWTN --T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

24 25 16 16

01 08 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----SVER ---W---WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

24 25 16 16

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT ITM 5000 Information Technology Management

ITM 5100

System and Network

07 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

ITM 5200

Project Management of Information Technology

03 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WGSD ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

24 16 16

ITM 5300

Procurement and Contract Management of Information Technology

01 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

24 16 16

ITM 5400

Systems Analysis, Design, and Implementation

08 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

25 16 16

ITM 5600

ITM Security

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 6000

ITM - Final Project

08 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

25 16 16

01 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WGSD ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--SVER

2

17

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

S

18

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTB 5000 International Business

INTB 5630

International Law and Business

03

3cr Staff

INTB 5710

Cross-Cultural Management

QA 3cr Staff

INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES AND CULTURES ILC 5120 Advanced Skills German - Berlin in Art, Film and Literature 01 3cr Carlsson 5:30- 8:30PM ----R--WEBH Prerequisite: Advanced level in German or permission of the instructor. Crosslisted with GRMN 4250.01.

97

Fee

$10


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. ILC 5170

ILC 5180

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Seminars: "La Francophonie" 01 3cr Thompson 12:00- 1:20PM --T-R--WEBH S 18 Prerequisite: Advanced level in French or permission of the instructor. Crosslisted with FREN 4650.01. Spain through Fiction and Film 02 3cr Navia Mend 5:30- 8:30PM --T----WEBH S 18 Prerequisite: Advanced level in Spanish or permission of the instructor. Crosslisted with SPAN 4650.01.

Fee

Methods of Teaching Languages 01 3cr Stephenson 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Crosslisted with ILC 4060.01.

$10

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations

01 W1 W2 W3 W4

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Weeks Gangadhara Weeks Belzer Weeks

---W---WEBH

1

18

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA TBA

----R--HSPC ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 1 2 2

16 16 16 16 16

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA TBA

--T----HSPC ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2 2

16 16 16 16 16

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5050

Comparative Politics

W1 3cr Reichardt

INTL 5100

Research Methods & Perspectives

01 W1 W2 W3 W4

INTL 5400

International Political Economy

W1 3cr Pease

INTL 5510

Theories of International Relations

01 3cr Entessar W1 3cr Ziegler

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----HSPC ------ONL1

1 1

16 16

INTL 5530

International Law

W1 3cr Peplow W2 3cr Chapman

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1

16 16

INTL 5540

International Organizations

W1 3cr Gaylord W2 3cr Belzer

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

INTL 5560

U.S. Foreign Policy

01 3cr Stopsky W1 3cr Ziegler

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

---W---HSPC ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

INTL 5570

Comparative Foreign Policy

W1 3cr Stopsky

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5580

Politics of Development

W1 3cr Gangadhara

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5625

Middle East Area Studies

W1 3cr Winkler

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5645

Asian Area Studies Japan and China

01

3cr Kim

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----HSPC

1

16

INTL 5655

African Area Studies

01

3cr Hufker

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--HSPC

2

16

INTL 5665

South and Central Asia Area Studies

W1 3cr Winkler

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5675

Central and Eastern Area Studies

W1 3cr Reichardt

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5685

Latin America Area Studies

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Rosen Hall Stopsky Hall Stopsky

98

$10 $10


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. INTL 5800

Course Title Globalization

Sec Hrs Faculty W1 3cr Hufker

INTL 5860

Issues in International Politics From War to Peace

01

INTL 5870

International Law and Politics of Outer Space

INTL 5890

Issues in International Politics Terrorism in World Politics

3cr Reissen

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------ONL1 2 16

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---HSPC

2

16

W1 3cr Weeks

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

W1 W2 W3 W4

TBA TBA TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 1 1

8 8 8 8

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

-M-----HSPC ------ONL1

2 2

16 16

9:00- 1:00PM 9:00- 1:00PM

------SHSPC ------SHSPC

1 2

5 5

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----WEBH ---W---DWTN ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

25 25 16 16

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---DWTN

1

25

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Cross-listed with SECR 5150. INTL 6000

International Relations:Theory and Practice

01 3cr Entessar W1 3cr Reichardt

LEGAL ANALYSIS LEAN 6000 Integrated Law Project

01 3cr Fix 03 3cr Fix Prerequisites: Completion of all other required courses in this major.

LEGAL STUDIES LEGL 5000 Introduction to Legal Studies

01 06 W1 W3

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Rathert Fix Higgins Staff

05

3cr Fix

LEGL 5100

Jurisprudence Prerequisites: LEGL 5000

LEGL 5260

Methods of Legal Research 01 3cr Shannon and Writing I Prerequisite: LEGL 5000. This is a Paralegal Certificate Course.

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

17

LEGL 5270

Methods of Legal Research 03 3cr Shannon 5:30- 9:30PM and Writing II Prerequisites: LEGL 5000 and LEGL 5260. This is a Paralegal Certificate Course.

---W---WEBH

2

17

LEGL 5300

Ethics for the Legal Professional 03 3cr Hart Prerequisites: LEGL 5000. This is a Paralegal Certificate Course.

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

2

25

LEGL 5400

Anglo-American Legal History Prerequisites: LEGL 5000.

01

3cr Higgins

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

25

LEGL 5450

American Constitutional Law Prerequisites: LEGL 5000.

03

3cr Higgins

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

25

LEGL 5470

Civil Actions 05 3cr Dunne Prerequisite: LEGL 5000. This is a Paralegal Certificate Course.

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----DWTN

1

25

LEGL 5480

Criminal Actions Prerequisite: LEGL 5000.

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

25

03

3cr Reap

99

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. LEGL 5490

Days Building Trm Lim Course Title Sec Hrs Faculty Times Advanced Topics of Law Legal Aspects of HRMG 01 3cr Yost 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBH 1 25 Employment Law 02 3cr Shoemaker 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----WEBH 1 25 Torts 03 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--WEBH 2 25 Evidence 06 3cr Bryant 5:30- 9:30PM --T----DWTN 2 25 May be repeated for credit if content differs. All LEGL 5490 courses are Paralegal Certificate courses.

LEGL 5550

Paralegal Clinical Studies

LEGL 5800

01 3cr Rathert 03 3cr Rathert Prerequisite: Completion of all other required courses in this major.

------WEBH ------WEBH

1 2

5 5

Computerized Legal Research 03 3cr Smith 5:30- 9:30PM Prerequisite: LEGL 5000 and LEGL 5260. This is a Paralegal Certificate Course.

-M-----WEBH

2

20

LEGL 6000

Research and Writing Project

01 3cr Fix 03 3cr Fix Prerequisite: Completion of all other required courses in this major.

9:00- 1:00PM 9:00- 1:00PM

------SHSPC ------SHSPC

1 2

5 5

MANAGEMENT MNGT 5000

Management

01 03 06 08 G1 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WGSD -M-----SVER --T----DWTN ----R--WEST -M-----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 2 2 1 1 2

24 24 24 24 25 16 16

MNGT 5010

Nonprofit Organizations Context, Legal Structures, Organization,Design,and Practice

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WGSD

1

25

MNGT 5210

Nonprofit Revenue Development

01

3cr Baebler

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

17

MNGT 5500

Professional Seminars

01 02 03 04 G1

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Renz Renz Renz Renz Staff

TBA TBA TBA 5:30- 9:30PM TBA

----FSSVER ----FSSVER ----FSSVER -----FSSVER ----FSWING

1 1 2 2 1

24 24 24 24 25

MNGT 5590

Organizational Behavior

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 12 13 G1 G2 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Renz Tuncel Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----SVER -M-----SVER --T----SVER -M-----WEBH ----R--DWTN ---W---DWTN -M-----WEST ---W---WEST --T----WEST ----R--SVER ----R--DWTN ---W---WING --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 24 25 25 25 16 16

100

TBA TBA

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim --T----SVER 1 24 -M-----DWTN 1 25 ---W---WEST 1 25 ----R--WING 1 25 ------ONL1 1 16 ------ONL1 2 16

Course No. MNGT 5650

Course Title Management and Strategy

Sec 01 05 07 G1 OA QA

Hrs 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Faculty Robinson Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Times 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

MNGT 5670

Managerial Leadership

03 07 08 G1 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER ---W---WEST ---W---WEST --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2 1 1 2

24 24 25 25 16 16

MNGT 5870

Issues in Management Developing Executive Leaders

OZ 3cr Staff G1 3cr Staff

TBA 5:30- 9:30PM

------ONL1 ----R--WING

1 1

16 25

MNGT 5910

Ethical and Legal Issues in Management

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WGSD

2

25

MNGT 5950

The Woman Manager

03 05

3cr Staff 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH --T----DWTN

2 1

24 24

MNGT 6000

Integrated Studies in Management

08 G1 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

--T----WEST ---W---WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 1 2

25 25 16 16

MARKETING MRKT 5000

Marketing

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 13 G1 OA QA

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 05:30-9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER ---W---SVER -M-----SVER ----R--SVER --T----DWTN --W--DWTN ---W---WEST -M-----WEST ---W---DWTN --T----WING ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 2

24 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 16 16

MRKT 5010

Marketing for Nonprofits

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----SVER

2

24

MRKT 5800

Sales Management

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

24

MRKT 5900

Marketing in Electronic Commerce

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

1

24

MRKT 5920

Distribution Management

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

24

MRKT 5940

Promotional Management

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

2

24

MRKT 5960

Marketing Management

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WGSD

1

24

101

Fee


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ----R--SVER 2 24

Course No. MRKT 5970

Course Title Marketing Research

Sec Hrs Faculty 03 3cr Quirk

Times 5:30- 9:30PM

MRKT 5980

International Marketing

01

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---SVER

1

24

MRKT 6000

Integrated Studies in Marketing

03

3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----SVER

2

24

MATHEMATICS MTHC 5130 Probability and Graphs

01

3cr Rothbart

5:30- 8:30PM

---W---WEBH

S

15

MTHC 5280

Calculus for Teachers

01

4cr Hannick

5:30- 8:30PM

--T----WEBH

S

15

MTHC 5450

Topics in Number Theory

01

3cr Rothbart

5:30- 8:30PM

-M-----WEBH

S

15

MTHC 5900

Final Reflections

01

0cr Rothbart

TBA

------WEBH

S

15

Fee

MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS MEDC 5000 Media Communications

01 3cr Schroer 5:30- 9:30PM -M-----SVER 1 24 02 3cr Dixon 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER 1 20 03 3cr Dixon 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER 2 24 W1 3cr Morrissey TBA ------ONL1 1 18 W2 3cr Staff TBA ------ONL1 1 18 W3 3cr Morrissey TBA ------ONL1 2 18 Prerequisite: Students should have an educational background or professional experience in media communications, or they must enroll in 6credit hours of additional preparatory undergraduate coursework, as determined by an academic advisor.

MEDC 5010

Introduction to Graduate Studies: Advanced Thinking and Writing

MEDC 5300

Strategic Communications

MEDC 5310

W1 3cr Holtzman

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

18 18

Media and Culture

01 3cr Silverblat 03 3cr Murphy W1 3cr Finkel Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA

---W---SVER -M-----SVER ------ONL1

1 2 1

24 24 18

MEDC 5350

Media Organization & Regulations

03 3cr Staff W1 3cr McIlvaine W3 3cr Barnard Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

----R--SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

24 18 18

MEDC 5360

International Communications

01 3cr Corley W1 3cr Staff Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

--T----SVER ------ONL1

1 1

24 18

MEDC 5400

Media Production Management

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---SVER ---W---SVER ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

24 24 18 18

W1 3cr Gutting W3 3cr Gutting Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

01 3cr 03 3cr W1 3cr W3 3cr Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

Stancil Stancil Barnard Holroyd

102

$10

$15 $15


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim Sec Hrs Faculty Times 01 3cr Ferry 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER 1 16 W3 3cr Holtzman TBA ------ONL1 2 16 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications. MEDC 5310 Media and Culture strongly recommended.

Course No. MEDC 5460

Course Title Media Research

MEDC 5480

Comparative Approaches 03 3cr Silverblat 5:30- 9:30PM to Media Literacy Prerequisites: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and MEDC 5310 Media and Culture.

MEDC 5985

Media Literacy Fieldwork

MEDC 6000

Seminar in Media Communications

24

02 3cr Ferry 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER S 12 03 3cr Dixon 5:30- 9:30PM ---W---SVER 2 12 W3 3cr Ford TBA ------ONL1 2 12 Prerequisite: Completion of all other graduate courses in program. This should be the last course taken before graduation. exceptions must be approved prior to registration by submitting a program option request to be signed by the Director of Graduate Studies and the Dean of the School of Communications.

01 3cr Staff W1 3cr Tamashiro

5:00- 9:00PM TBA

--T----WGSD ------ONL1

2 1

20 15

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA TBA

---W---WEBH ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

20 15 15 15

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

15 15

EDUC 5220

Contemporary Educational Issues

01 W1 W2 W3

EDUC 5460

Curriculum Design

W1 3cr Barbeau W2 3cr Altrogge

MUSC 5010

2

01 3cr Silverblat TBA ------SVER 1 10 03 3cr Silverblat TBA ------SVER 2 10 Prerequisites: MEDC 5000 Media Communications, MEDC 5310 Media and Culture, MEDC 5480 Comparative Approaches to Media Literacy, and permission of instructor. May be repeated once for credit.

MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES EDUC 5001 Foundations of Global Citizenship

MUSIC MUSC 5000

---W---SVER

Fee

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Winkler Powell Tamashiro Tamashiro

Applied Music XX 2-6cr Staff TBA ------MUSC S 0 $496 Private study in music performance. Sixty minute lesson per week. Only after students have completed a form at the Music Dept. office does it become possible to assign their section number. Lesson times are posted in the Music Building during the first week of the semester and begin the second week of classes. Composition

01 02

1-4cr

1-4cr

Stallings Chamberlin

TBA TBA

------MUSC ------MUSC

S S

5 5

MUSC 5100

Analytical Techniques

01

2cr Colletti

4:00- 5:50PM

--T----MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5130

Seminar in Music Literature II

01

3cr Staff

4:00- 6:50PM

---W---MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5200

Independent Study

01

1-4cr

Staff

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5320

Advanced Instrumental Conducting

01

2-5cr

Davis

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5330

Advanced Choral Conducting

01

2-5cr

Staff

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5800

Advanced Studies in Music

01

1-6cr

Staff

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

MUSC 5900

Supervised Apprenticeship

01

2cr Staff

TBA

------MUSC

S

25

103


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. MUSC 6250

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 4cr Staff

Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing

01

3cr Schappe

5:00- 9:00PM

----R--WEBH

1

16

NURN 5050

Policy and Politics in Nursing

01

3cr Davitt

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

16

NURN 5230

Teaching Practicum in Nursing

01

3cr Wehling

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

16

NURN 5240

Teaching Practicum in Nursing II

01

3cr Wehling

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

2

16

NURN 5420

Financial Issues for Nurse Leaders

01

3cr Bettale

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

16

NURN 5440

Leadership in Nursing Practicum I

01

3cr Broeder

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

16

NURN 5810

Families in Transition

01

3cr Drake Drake

5:00- 9:00PM 5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH --T----WEBH

2 2

16 16

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEST

2

15

07 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

NURSING NURN 5000

PATENT PRACTICE PATA 5110 Patent Research and Writing

W3 3cr Higgins

PATA 5120

08

Foundations of Intellectual Property Law

PROCUREMENT AND ACQUISITIONS MANAGEMENT PROC 5000 Procurement and Acquisitions Management

3cr McIlvaine

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------MUSC S 25

Course Title Thesis/Document in Music

PROC 5810

Acquisitions Law

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5820

Operations Management

08 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

2 1 2

25 16 16

PROC 5830

Pricing

07 3cr Staff OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

-M-----WEST ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2

25 16 16

PROC 5840

Negotiations

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5850

Logistics

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5860

Government Contracting

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5870

Pricing and Contract Integration

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5890

Government Procurement Law

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

104

Fee

$20


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. PROC 6000

Course Title Integrated Studies in Procurement and Acquisitions Management

Sec Hrs Faculty OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

Times TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------ONL1 1 16 ------ONL1 2 16

PUBLIC RELATIONS PBRL 5322 Public Relations

01 3cr Cancila 5:30- 9:30PM ----R--SVER 1 W1 3cr Staff TBA ------ONL1 1 W3 3cr Staff TBA ------ONL1 2 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and 6 hours of undergraduate coursework in public relations.

Fee

24 18 18

PBRL 5323

Organizational Communications

01 3cr Jenkins 5:30- 9:30PM -------SVER 1 24 W1 3cr Staff TBA ------ONL1 1 18 W3 3cr Jenkins TBA ------ONL1 2 18 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and PBRL 5322 Public Relations or MEDC 5300 Strategic Communications.

PBRL 5342

Writing for Public Relations

READING READ 5777

Literacy Coaching

01

3cr Cornell

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

18

READ 5860

Review of Reading Research

01

3cr Wilkinson

5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

2

18

READ 5910

Investigations in Reading: Primary

01

3cr Staff

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

18

READ 5940

Investigations in Reading, Grades 7-12

01

3cr Wilkinson

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

2

18

READ 5950

Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems

01

3cr Wilkinson

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

18

SCHOOL SYSTEMS, SUPERINTENDENCY AND LEADERSHIP (Ed.S.) SSSL 6027 Schl Sys/Sup/Lead: Personnel W1 2cr Bevel Administration

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

SSSL 6029

Schl Sys/Sup/Lead: Curriculum

W1 2cr Bevel

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

SSSL 6123

Action Research Internship, Step One

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

------ONL1

S

6

SSSL 6133

Action Research Internship, Step Two

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

------ONL1

S

6

SSSL 6134

Optional Topics Internships

W1 1cr Altrogge

TBA

------ONL1

S

6

SOCIAL SCIENCE EPSY 5060 Assessment and Evaluation of Academic Performance

W1 3cr Thomas

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EPSY 5130

Educational Psychology

01

3cr Stiles

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

EPSY 5170

Behavioral Management

01 02 W1 W2

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM TBA TBA

---W---WEBH --T----WGSD ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2 1 2

20 20 15 15

03 3cr Staff 5:30- 9:30PM --T----SVER 2 18 W3 3cr Staff TBA ------ONL1 2 16 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and PBRL 5322 Public Relations or MEDC 5300 Strategic Communications.

Guilliams Jordan Campbell Wilson

105

$10


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. EPSY 5171

Course Title Models of Behavior Management

Sec Hrs Faculty W1 3cr Campbell

EPSY 5290

Family Counseling

01

EPSY 5350

Intercultural Communications

EPSY 5461

3cr McKenna

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim ------ONL1 2 15

Fee

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

W1 3cr Shreves

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

Curriculum and Creativity

W1 3cr Puttcamp

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

EPSY 5540

Psychology of Early Adolescence

01

3cr Stiles

5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

1

20

$20

EPSY 5810

Adolescent Psychology

01

3cr Stiles

5:00- 9:00PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

$20

EPSY 5970

The Gifted Learner

01

3cr Nobbe

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

SOCS 5000

Interdisciplinary Course

01

3cr Wagner

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

SOCS 5010

Social Studies for Secondary Schools

01

4cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

SOCS 5260

Topics in Geography

W1 3cr Ewing

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

SOCS 5600

Globalization & Education: Systemic Perspectives

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

------ONL1

1

15

SOCS 5750

Special Institute Decade of the 50's

01

3cr Baker

5:00-9:00PM

R---WEBH

2

20

SOCS 5760

Middle School Curriculum and Instruction

01

3cr Musbach

5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH

1

10

SOCS 5840

Comparative Educational Systems

W1 3cr Thomas

TBA

------ONL1

2

15

SPECIAL EDUCATION SPED 5030 Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities

01

3cr Hasty

5:00- 8:00PM

---W---WGSD

S

10

SPED 5040

Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities

01

3cr Schultz

5:00- 8:00PM

--T----WEBH

S

10

SPED 5090

Special Education Practicum

01

3cr Mahfood

TBA

------WEBH

S

15

SPED 5091

Student Teaching

01

10cr

Staff

TBA

------WEBH

S

15

SPED 5220

Topics in Special Education

01

3cr Rush

6:00- 9:00PM

-M-----WGSD

S

10

SPED 5240

Psychoeducational Assessment I

01

3cr Korobey

5:30- 8:30PM

-M-----WEBH

S

10

SPED 5250

Behavior Management for Children with Special Needs

01

3cr Campbell

5:00-9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

2

20

SPED 5270

Advocating for Persons with Disabilities

01

3cr Stewart

5:00-9:00PM

----R--WEBH

2

20

SPED 5314

Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

ID

3cr Howard

5:00- 9:00PM

-M-----OFFC

1

25

SPED 5318

Global Issues in Special Education

01

3cr Campbell

5:00-9:00PM

---W---WEBH

1

15

106

$15

$20

$30


GRADUATE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim ---W---WGSD 1 10

Course No. SPED 5380

Course Title Methods for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities I

Sec Hrs Faculty 01 3cr Mahfood

Times 5:00- 9:00PM

SPED 5381

Methods for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities II

01

3cr Menscher

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

10

$20

SPED 5413

Assessment of Learning Problems

01

3cr Kelk

5:00-9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

10

$20

SPED 5414

Children and Youth with Learning and Academic Disorders

01

3cr Hasty

5:00-9:00PM

-M-----WEBH

1

10

SPED 5500

Socioemotional Development:Child with Special Needs

01

3cr Campbell

5:00- 9:00PM

---W---WEBH

2

15

SPED 5660

Cognitive Development:Child with Special Needs

01

3cr Bevel

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

15

SPED 5700

School-Based Prevention/ Intervention:RtI/PBIS

ID 3cr Kelk W1 3cr Kelk

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

--T----OFFC ONL1

1 1

15 15

SPED 5701

Universal-School-Wide PBIS

ID 3cr Kelk W1 3cr Kelk

5:30- 9:30PM TBA

--T----OFFC ONL1

2 2

15 15

SPED 5860

Psychology of the Exceptional Student

01

3cr Jones

5:00- 9:00PM

--T----WEBH

1

20

SPED 5880

Integrating Resources:Community, Schools and Family

01

3cr Jones

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

10

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TESL 5030 Historical Linguistics

01

3cr Hirth

5:30- 9:30PM

--T----WEBH

2

20

TESL 5040

Practicum in ESOL

01

3cr Staff

TBA

------OFFC

S

20

TESL 5139

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Methods

01

3cr Trachtova

5:30- 9:30PM

-M-----WEBH

1

20

TESL 5220

Curriculum Development in Second Language Classrooms

01

3cr Shreves

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

1

20

TESL 5230

Second Language Acquisition

W1 3cr Bock

TBA

------ONLN

1

15

TESL 5311

Principles and Practices of Language Testing

01

5:30- 9:30PM

---W---WEBH

2

20

TESL 5350

Intercultural Communications

W1 3cr Shreves

TBA

------ONLN

2

15

3cr Bock

107

Fee

$10


PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS Course No. Course Title GERONTOLOGY GERN 5500 Professional Seminars Pharmacy and Agings Ethical Dilemmas in Caregiving Indep Aging/Res/Community Settng MANAGEMENT MNGT 5500

Professional Seminars

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building

Trm Lim

03 04 05

1cr Staff 1cr Staff 1cr Staff

5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM 5:30- 9:30PM

----R--WEBH ----R--WEBH ----R--WEBH

2 2 2

20 20 20

01 02 03 04 G1

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

TBA TBA TBA 5:30- 9:30PM TBA

----FSSVER ----FSSVER ----FSSVER -----FSSVER ----FSWING

1 1 2 2 1

24 24 24 24 25

Renz Renz Renz Renz Staff

108

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. Course Title ANTHROPOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY ANSO 1010 Introduction to Sociology BIOLOGY BIOL 1318

BIOL 3600

Sec Hrs Faculty

Days Building Trm Lim

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

Issues in Biology Biology of Disease W2 3cr Gaddis NOTE: May be repeated if content differs.

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

Topics in Biology Medical Terminology W2 3cr Gaddis Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor.

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

W1 3cr Staff W5 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COAP 2000 XHTML Programming

W3 3cr MacCartney

Times

COAP 2100

Web Technology Principles

W1 3cr Shao W5 3cr Bailey

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 2110

Web Animation

W5 3cr Astuto

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2120

Web Editors

W5 3cr Dill

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2130

Web Scripting

W5 3cr Shao

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2150

Design Principles I

W1 3cr Gilley W5 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 2170

Web Usability and Accessability

W5 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 2180

Introduction to XML

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

COAP 3000

Dynamic HTML

W5 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 3110

Interactive Site Development

W1 3cr Blackorby

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

COAP 3120

Designing with Style Sheets

W1 3cr Citrowske W5 3cr Citrowske

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 3150

Design Principles II

W1 3cr Dill W5 3cr Dill

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COAP 3180

Web Databases

W5 3cr Wang

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING EXPERIENCE INDZ 1000 Educational Program Analysis Portfolio Assembly

W1 3cr Diefenbacher

TBA

-------ONL1

S

5

INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES AND CULTURES ILC 2150 Topics in Culture(s) Spain as a Cultural Crossroad

W1 3cr Hanssen

TBA

-------ONL1

2

7

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ISTL 2550 Topics in International Studies Spain as a Cultural Crossroad

W1 3cr Hanssen

TBA

-------ONL1

2

7

109

Fee


UNDERGRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. Course Title MATHEMATICS MATH 1050 Basic Algebra

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

W1 3cr Bryan W5 3cr Sabharwal

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MATH 1360

Business Mathematics

W1 3cr Breitmeyer W5 3cr Breitmeyer

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MATH 1430

College Algebra

W1 3cr Sabharwal W5 3cr Bryan

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS MEDC 1010 Introduction to Mass Communications

W1 3cr Sigoloff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

18

MEDC 1050

Introduction to Media Writing

W1 3cr Schuster

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

NURSING NURS 3020

Health Assessment

W1 4cr Davitt

TBA

------ONL1

2

16

NURS 3030

Communication & Information Literacy

W1 3cr Thompson

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

NURS 3400

Health Education in Nursing Practice

W1 4cr Wehling

TBA

------ONL1

1

16

NURS 3410

Family Health Promotion

W1 4cr Schappe

TBA

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2

16

PHILOSOPHY PHIL 1010

Introduction to Critical Thinking

W1 3cr Pendleton W2 3cr Weed W3 3cr Staff

TBA TBA TBA

-------ONLN -------ONLN -------ONLN

1 2 2

15 15 15

PHIL 2330

Philosophy and Technology

W1 3cr Umbaugh

TBA

-------ONLN

1

17

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT 2870 International Photojournalism

W1 3cr Barrett

TBA

-------ONLN

S

15

PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 2750

W3 3cr Woolf

TBA

-------ONL1

2

25

W1 3cr Magencey W2 3cr Billings

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

Introduction to Measurement and Statistics

RELIGIOUS STUDIES RELG 1060 World Religions

RELG 1080

Thinking Through Religions

W1 3cr Anderson

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

RELG 2100

Religion and Literature Science Fiction and Religion Science Fiction and Religion

W1 3cr O'Leary W2 3cr O'Leary

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

Environment and Religion Ecology and Spirituality

W2 3cr O'Leary

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

Culture and Civilization of the Spanish-Speaking World Spain as a Cultural Crossroad

W1 3cr Navia

TBA

-------ONL1

2

10

RELG 2430

SPANISH SPAN 3150

110

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. BIOLOGY ENMG 5000

Course Title

Sec Hrs Faculty

Environmental Science

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 5100

Environmental Law I

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

Prerequisite: ENMG 5000 ENMG 5200

Environmental Law and Compliance Auditing Prerequisite: ENMG 5100

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 5300

Environmental Accounting

W1 3cr Staff W2 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

ENMG 6100

Management of Land and Water Resources Prerequisite: ENMG 5200

W2 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

18

ENMG 6110

Management of Air Quality Prerequisite: ENMG 5100

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

18

ENMG 6120

Waste Management and Pollution Control Prerequisite: ENMG 5200

W2 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

18

BUSINESS BUSN 5000

Business

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5200

Basic Finance for Managers

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5600

Accounting Theory and Practice

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5620

Current Economic Analysis

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5630

Business Law

OB 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5680

Issues in Business Project Management Project Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 5760

Applied Business Statistics

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 6050

Macroeconomic Analysis

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 6070

Management Accounting

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

111

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim -------ONL1 1 16 -------ONL1 2 16

Course No. BUSN 6080

Course Title Business Information Systems

Sec Hrs Faculty OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

BUSN 6110

Operations and Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 6120

Managerial Economics

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSN 6200

Strategy and Competition

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

BUSINESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL SECURITY MANAGEMENT SECR 5000 Security Management OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5010

Legal and Ethical Issues in Security Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5020

Security Administration and Management OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5030

Business Assets Protection

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5060

Emergency Planning

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5080

Information Systems Security

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5090

Behavioral Issues

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 5150

Terrorism and Extremist Activity

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

SECR 6000

Integrated Studies in Security Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

COMMUNICATION ARTS, INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES AND CULTURES COMM 5290 Interpersonal Communication W1 3cr Powell

TBA

-------ONLN

S

15

COMM 5460

Curriculum Design

W1 3cr Altrogge

TBA

-------ONLN

S

15

COMM 5530

Technology and Teaching

W1 3cr Flack

TBA

-------ONLN

2

15

COMM 5631

Literacies and Technology

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

-------ONLN

2

15

COMM 5670

Teaching in a Diverse Society

W1 3cr Talley

TBA

-------ONLN

2

18

W1 3cr Mack

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY EFGS 5000 Foundations: Education for Global Sustainability

112

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Sec Hrs Faculty W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

LEAD 6127

Personnel

W1 2cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

LEAD 6129

Curriculum

W1 2cr Altrogge

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

LEAD 6133

Action Research Internship Step Two

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

LEAD 6134

Optional Topics for Internship I:Dispositions

W1 1cr Altrogge

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY EDTC 5010 Introduction to Technologies for Educators

W1 3cr Reitinger W2 3cr Reitinger

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

15 15

EDTC 5032

Intro to Assessment Using Technology

W1 2cr Beckmann

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5040

Graphic Design for Educators

W1 2cr Reiss

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5070

Desktop Publishing for Educators

W1 3cr Reiss

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5332

Computers and Information Systems

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5460

Curriculum Design & Technology Applications

W1 3cr Beckmann

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5465

Instructional Design

W1 2cr Wagner

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5550

Web Authoring and Design Part I

W1 2cr Astuto

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5555

Web Authoring and Design Part II

W1 2cr Astuto

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5631

Literacies and Technology

W1 3cr Rodney

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5637

Systemic Change Theory & Technology

W1 3cr Harrison

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDTC 5639

Technology & Thinking Skills

W1 3cr Rockwell

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5740

Designing Ed Tech Facilities

W1 3cr Erwin

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

EDTC 5830

Video Conferencing for Educators

W1 3cr Carr

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5900

Technology, Ethics, and Society

W1 3cr Harrison

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EDTC 5996

Content Performance Portfolio

W1 2cr Bryan

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

FINANCE FINC 5000

Finance

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

FINC 5210

Investments

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

113

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. Course Title EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP LEAD 6123 Action Research Internship Step One

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Capital Budgeting and Corporate Investment

Sec Hrs Faculty QA 3cr Staff

FINC 5830

Institutions and Financial Markets

QA 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

FINC 5840

International Finance

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

FINC 5870

Derivatives

QA 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

FINC 5880

Advanced Corporate Finance

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

FINC 5890

Financial Statement Analysis

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

FINC 6290

Financial Strategy

OA 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

W1 3cr Salmon W3 3cr Salmon

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERONTOLOGY GERN 5000 Gerontology

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim -------ONL1 2 16

Course No. FINC 5810

GERN 5600

Economic Issues for Older Adults

W1 3cr Harris W3 3cr Harris

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5620

Physiology of Aging

W1 3cr Staff W3 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5630

Psychology of Aging

W1 3cr Dufault W3 3cr Dufault

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5640

Management of Programs for Older Adults

W1 3cr Gray W3 3cr Gray

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5660

Research and Assessment in Gerontology

W1 3cr Tetlow W3 3cr Tetlow

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GERN 5670

Social Science Perspectives in Gerontology

W1 3cr Tetlow W3 3cr Tetlow

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS CSIS 5300 Database Systems QA 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5310

Introduction to Decision Support Systems

QN 3cr Maher

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

CSIS 5400

Data Warehousing

QA 3cr Wang

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5410

Introduction to Data Mining

QN 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

CSIS 5420

Data Mining

QA 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

CSIS 5600

Decision Support Systems

QN 3cr Aleshunas

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

114

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010

QA 3cr Robertson

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5010

Web Development Technologies (XHTML)

QA 3cr Troxler

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5020

Principles of Data Exchange (XML)

QN 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 5030

Web Services Protocols (XML,WSDL,SOAP,UDDI)

QN 3cr Gilley

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

COAP 5040

Databases in Web Services

QA 3cr Wang

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

COAP 5050

Web Services Security

QN 3cr Dill

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT HRDV 5000 Introduction to Human Resources Development

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

Course No. Course Title GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN WEB SERVICES COAP 5000 Introduction to Web Services

HRDV 5560

Group Development and Change

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRDV 5610

Training and Development

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRDV 5630

Organization Development and Change

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRDV 5700

Career Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRDV 5750

Research and Assessment in Human Resources Development

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRDV 6000

Integrated Studies in Human Resources Development

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources

HRMG 5700

Employment Law

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRMG 5800

Staffing and Selection

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRMG 5920

Compensation

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRMG 5930

Labor-Management Relations

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

HRMG 6000

Integrated Studies in Human Resources Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

115

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. Course Title INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT ITM 5000 Information Technology Management

Sec Hrs Faculty

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 5100

System and Network

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 5200

Project Management of Information Technology

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 5300

Procurement and Contract Management of Information Technology

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 5400

Systems Analysis, Design, and Implementation

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 5600

ITM Security

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

ITM 6000

ITM - Final Project

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

QA 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

W1 W2 W3 W4

TBA TBA TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1 -------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 1 2 2

16 16 16 16

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTB 5000 International Business

INTB 5710

Cross-Cultural Management

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Gangadhara Weeks Belzer Weeks

INTL 5050

Comparative Politics

W1 3cr Reichardt

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5100

Research Methods & Perspectives

W1 W2 W3 W4

TBA TBA TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1 -------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 1 2 2

16 16 16 16

INTL 5400

International Political Economy

W1 3cr Pease

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5510

Theories of International Relations

W1 3cr Ziegler

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5530

International Law

W1 3cr Peplow W2 3cr Chapman

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 1

16 16

INTL 5540

International Organizations

W1 3cr Gaylord W2 3cr Belzer

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 2

16 16

INTL 5560

U.S. Foreign Policy

W1 3cr Ziegler

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5570

Comparative Foreign Policy

W1 3cr Stopsky

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Hall Stopsky Hall Stopsky

116

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course Title Politics of Development

Sec Hrs Faculty W1 3cr Gangadhara

INTL 5625

Middle East Area Studies

W1 3cr Winkler

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5645

Asian Area Studies Japan and China

W1 3cr Kim

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5665

South and Central Asia Area Studies

W1 3cr Winkler

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5675

Central and Eastern Area Studies

W1 3cr Reichardt

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5685

Latin America Area Studies

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

INTL 5800

Globalization

W1 3cr Hufker

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5870

International Law and Politics of Outer Space

W1 3cr Weeks

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

INTL 5890

Terrorism in World Politics

W1 W2 W3 W4

TBA TBA TBA TBA

------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1 ------ONL1

1 1 2 2

8 8 8 8

W1 3cr Reichardt

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

W1 3cr Higgins W3 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

3cr 3cr 3cr 3cr

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Times TBA

Days Building Trm Lim -------ONL1 2 16

Course No. INTL 5580

Cross-listed with SECR 5150. INTL 6000

International Relations:Theory and Practice

LEGAL STUDIES LEGL 5000 Introduction to Legal Studies

MANAGEMENT MNGT 5000

Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MNGT 5590

Organizational Behavior

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MNGT 5650

Management and Strategy

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MNGT 5670

Managerial Leadership

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MNGT 5870

Issues in Management Developing Executive Leaders

OZ 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

16

Integrated Studies in Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

Marketing

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

MNGT 6000

MARKETING MRKT 5000

117

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Course No. Course Title MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS MEDC 5000 Media Communications

Sec Hrs Faculty

MEDC 5010

Introduction to Graduate Studies: Advanced Thinking and Writing

W1 3cr Holtzman

MEDC 5300

Times

Days Building Trm Lim

W1 3cr Morrissey TBA -------ONL1 1 18 W2 3cr Staff TBA -------ONL1 1 18 W3 3cr Morrissey TBA -------ONL1 2 18 Prerequisite: Students should have an educational background or professional experience in media communications, or they must enroll in 6 credit hours of additional preparatory undergraduate coursework, as determined by an academic advisor. TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

Strategic Communications

W1 3cr Gutting W3 3cr Gutting Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

MEDC 5310

Media and Culture W1 3cr Finkel Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

TBA

-------ONL1

1

18

MEDC 5350

Media Organization & Regulations

W1 3cr McIlvaine W3 3cr Barnard Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

MEDC 5360

International Communications W1 3cr Holroyd Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

TBA

-------ONL1

1

18

MEDC 5400

Media Production Management

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

18 18

MEDC 5460

Media Research W3 3cr Holtzman TBA -------ONL1 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications. MEDC 5310 Media and Culture strongly recommended.

2

16

MEDC 6000

Seminar in Media Communications W3 3cr Ford TBA -------ONL1 2 12 Prerequisite: Completion of all other graduate courses in program. This should be the last course taken before graduation. exceptions must be approved prior to registration by submitting a program option request to be signed by the Director of Graduate Studies and the Dean of the School of Communications.

W1 3cr Barnard W3 3cr Holroyd Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications

MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES EDUC 5001 Foundations of Global Citizenship

W1 3cr Tamashiro

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EDUC 5220

Contemporary Educational Issues

W1 3cr Powell W2 3cr Tamashiro W3 3cr Tamashiro

TBA TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1 -------ONL1

2 1 2

15 15 15

EDUC 5460

Curriculum Design

W1 3cr Barbeau W2 3cr Altrogge

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

15 15

PATENT PRACTICE PATA 5110 Patent Research and Writing

W3 3cr Higgins

TBA

-------ONL1

2

16

PROCUREMENT AND ACQUISITIONS MANAGEMENT PROC 5000 Procurement and Acquisitions Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

118

Fee


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Times TBA TBA

Days Building Trm Lim -------ONL1 1 16 -------ONL1 2 16

Course No. PROC 5810

Course Title Acquisitions Law

Sec Hrs Faculty OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

PROC 5820

Operations Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5830

Pricing

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5840

Negotiations

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5850

Logistics

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5860

Government Contracting

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5870

Pricing and Contract Integration

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 5890

Government Procurement Law

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

PROC 6000

Integrated Studies in Procurement and Acquisitions Management

OA 3cr Staff QA 3cr Staff

TBA TBA

-------ONL1 -------ONL1

1 2

16 16

W1 3cr Staff TBA -------ONL1 1 W3 3cr Staff TBA -------ONL1 2 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and 6 hours of undergraduate coursework in public relations.

18 18

PUBLIC RELATIONS PBRL 5322 Public Relations

Fee

PBRL 5323

Organizational Communications

W1 3cr Lange TBA -------ONL1 1 18 W3 3cr Jenkins TBA -------ONL1 2 18 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and PBRL 5322 Public Relations or MEDC 5300 Strategic Communications.

PBRL 5342

Writing for Public Relations W3 3cr Bufe TBA -------ONL1 2 16 Prerequisite: MEDC 5000 Media Communications and PBRL 5322 Public Relations or MEDC 5300 Strategic Communications.

SCHOOL SYSTEMS, SUPERINTENDENCY AND LEADERSHIP (Ed.S.) SSSL 6027 Schl Sys/Sup/Lead: Personnel W1 2cr Bevel Administration

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SSSL 6029

Schl Sys/Sup/Lead: Curriculum

W1 2cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

SSSL 6123

Action Research Internship, Step One

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

SSSL 6133

Action Research Internship, Step Two

W1 1cr Bevel

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

SSSL 6134

Optional Topics Internships

W1 1cr Altrogge

TBA

-------ONL1

S

6

W1 3cr Thomas

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SOCIAL SCIENCE EPSY 5060 Assessment and Evaluation of Academic Performance

119


GRADUATE ONLINE COURSES - FALL 2010 Days Building Trm Lim -------ONL1 1 15 -------ONL1 2 15

Course No. EPSY 5170

Course Title Behavioral Management

Sec Hrs Faculty W1 3cr Campbell W2 3cr Wilson

Times TBA TBA

EPSY 5171

Models of Behavior Management

W1 3cr Campbell

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

EPSY 5350

Intercultural Communications

W1 3cr Shreves

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

EPSY 5461

Curriculum and Creativity

W1 3cr Puttcamp

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SOCS 5260

Topics in Geography

W1 3cr Ewing

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SOCS 5600

Globalization & Education: Systemic Perspectives

W1 3cr Staff

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SOCS 5840

Comparative Educational Systems

W1 3cr Thomas

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

SPECIAL EDUCATION SPED 5700 School-Based Prevention/ Intervention:RtI/PBIS

W1 3cr Kelk

TBA

-------ONL1

1

15

SPED 5701

W1 3cr Kelk

TBA

-------ONL1

2

15

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TESL 5230 Second Language Acquisition

W1 3cr Bock

TBA

-------ONLN

1

20

TESL 5350

W1 3cr Shreves

TBA

------ONLN

2

15

Universal-School-Wide PBIS

Intercultural Communications

120

Fee


INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS AND CERTIFICATES Ancient Studies (Minor) ANSO 1073-01 ENGL 3900-01 LATN 1090-01 LATN 1100-01

ETHC 1000-04 LATN 2090-01

GNST 2000-01 WOMN 2000-02

HIST 1100-01 WOMN 3000-03

HIST

Diversity and Identity in the U.S. (Certificate) ANSO 2040-01 ANSO 3960-01 MEDC 2800-03 MEDC 2800-04 MULC 2010-08 MULC 4650-01 RELG 2500-01 WOMN 1010-01

EDUC MEDC MULC WOMN

3150-01 2800-07 4900-01 1010-02

EDUC 3150-02 MEDC 3800-01 MUSC 3170-01

MEDC 2800-01 MEDC 3800-02 PHIL 3370-01

MEDC 2800-02 MULC 2010-01 PSYC 2950-01

Environmental Studies (Minor) ANSO 1090-01 BIOL 1020-01

BIOL

1021-01

GNST 1308-01

POLT

2500-01

RELG 2430-W2

ARHS ENGL HIST JOUR MUSC

4350-02 2030-01 4200-01 3080-01 1050-03

BUSN ENGL HIST MNGT PHIL

4650-03 3900-01 4200-02 4100-01 2520-01

BUSN GNST ILC MNGT RELG

4650-G2 2000-01 2150-03 4100-10 3180-01

ECON HIST ILC MNGT THEA

4720-03 2220-01 2150-08 4330-10 2030-01

International Human Rights (Certificate) ANSO 1070-01 ANSO 1070-02 HRTS 1100-01 HRTS 1100-02 HRTS 2500-01 HRTS 3160-01 MEDC 2800-03 MEDC 2800-04

ANSO HRTS HRTS MEDC

1070-03 1100-03 3500-01 2800-07

ANSO HRTS HRTS MULC

1070-04 2086-02 3700-01 2010-01

ANSO HRTS MEDC MULC

3960-01 2086-03 2800-01 2010-08

HIST HRTS MEDC POLT

2440-01 2086-04 2800-02 1080-01

International Human Rights (Minor) ANSO 3960-01 ETHC 1000-01 HRTS 1100-01 HRTS 1100-02 HRTS 2500-01 HRTS 3160-01 INTL 1500-03 ISTL 1000-01 MEDC 2800-04 MEDC 2800-07 PHIL 2320-03 PHIL 2340-01

ETHC HRTS HRTS ISTL MULC PHIL

1000-02 1100-03 3500-01 1000-02 2010-01 3370-01

ETHC HRTS HRTS MEDC MULC POLT

1000-03 2086-02 3700-01 2800-01 2010-08 1080-01

ETHC HRTS INTL MEDC PHIL

1000-04 2086-03 1500-01 2800-02 2320-01

HIST HRTS INTL MEDC PHIL

2440-01 2086-04 1500-02 2800-03 2320-02

International Studies (Certificate) ANSO 1070-01 ANSO 1070-02 ANSO 4650-G2 HIST 1100-01 HIST 4400-01 HIST 4400-02 MNGT 4330-10 POLT 1050-01 RELG 1060-02 RELG 1060-W1

ANSO HIST INTL POLT RELG

1070-03 2220-01 1500-01 1050-02 1060-W2

ANSO HIST INTL POLT RELG

1070-04 2280-01 1500-02 4100-01 2070-01

ANSO HIST INTL POLT SPAN

2040-01 4200-01 1500-03 4400-01 3150-W1

BUSN HIST JOUR RELG SPAN

4650-03 4200-02 3080-01 1060-01 3250-01

ANSO ANSO MEDC MEDC PHIL

1010-03 2030-01 2800-01 3800-02 2320-02

ANSO ANSO MEDC MULC PHIL

1010-W3 2425-01 2800-02 2010-01 2320-03

ANSO ANSO MEDC MULC

1070-01 2560-01 2800-03 2010-08

ANSO ANSO MEDC MULC

1070-02 2560-02 2800-04 4650-01

European Studies (Minor) ARHS 2210-01 ARHS ENGL 2020-01 ENGL HIST 2280-01 HIST ILC 2150-W1 INTL MUSC 1050-01 MUSC THEA 2030-02

4350-01 2020-02 3100-01 3700-01 1050-02

1120-01

Latin American Studies (Minor) ISTL 2550-09 ISTL 3500-03 Multicultural Studies (Minor) ANSO 1010-01 ANSO ANSO 1070-03 ANSO ANSO 3960-01 HIST MEDC 2800-07 MEDC MULC 4900-01 PHIL

1010-02 1070-04 2000-01 3800-01 2320-01

Practical and Interdisciplinary Ethics (Certificate) ETHC 1000-01 ETHC 1000-02 ETHC 1000-03 HRTS 1100-03 LEGL 3000-01 MEDC 2200-01 PHIL 2300-01 PHIL 2300-02 PHIL 2340-01

ETHC 1000-04 MEDC 2200-02 POLT 1070-01 121

HRTS 1100-01 MEDC 2200-03 POLT 1070-02

HRTS 1100-02 MEDC 2200-04


INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS AND CERTIFICATES Women's Studies (Certificate) ENGL 3150-01 HIST 2060-01 WOMN 1010-01 WOMN 1010-02 WOMN 2000-06 WOMN 2004-01 WOMN 3000-03 Women's Studies (Minor) ANSO 2425-01 ENGL POLT 2060-01 PSYC WOMN 2000-02 WOMN WOMN 2006-01 WOMN

3150-01 2425-01 2000-03 2010-01

PHIL 3370-01 WOMN 2000-02 WOMN 2006-01

POLT 2060-01 WOMN 2000-03 WOMN 2010-01

PSYC 2700-01 WOMN 2000-04 WOMN 3000-01

RELG 2500-01 WOMN 2000-05 WOMN 3000-02

HIST PSYC WOMN WOMN

LEGL RELG WOMN WOMN

LEGL WOMN WOMN WOMN

PHIL 3370-01 WOMN 1010-02 WOMN 2004-01

2060-01 2700-01 2000-04 3000-01

122

2080-01 2500-01 2000-05 3000-02

2080-02 1010-01 2000-06 3000-03


UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES DOWNTOWN CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 MEDC 1010 05 -M----- Introduction to Mass Communications LEGL 2400 MNGT 2100 MNGT 3310 MUSC 1070 POLT 2400 PSYC 3450 SPAN 1070

05 05 05 05 05 05 05

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Introduction to Law Management Theory and Practices The Legal Environment of Business Topics in Music Introduction to Law Psychology and Law Intensive Introduction to Spanish:Level I

ECON 2010 LEGL 4850 MEDC 1630 MNGT 3290 MNGT 3400 MNGT 4330 THEA 1030

05 05 05 05 05 05 03

---W-----W-----W-----W-----W-----W-----W---

Principles of Macroeconomics Computers and the Law Media Literacy Business Law I Human Resource Management International Marketing Acting for Non Majors I

COAP 1020 MEDC 2800 MNGT 3450 MNGT 4600 PHIL 1010

05 05 05 05 05

----R-----R-----R-----R-----R--

Introduction to Computer Applications Cultural Diversity in the Media Principles of Organizational Behavior Contemporary Human Resource Strategies Introduction to Critical Thinking

DOWNTOWN CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 LEGL 4800 06 -M----- Advanced Topics in Law MNGT 3500 06 -M----- Marketing SCIN 1010 06 -M----- Topics in Physical Science: Natural Disasters ARHS 1050 BUSN 2750 MNGT 3420 MUSC 1070 SPAN 1080

02 06 06 06 06

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Art Appreciation Introduction to Statistics Labor-Management Relations Topics in Music Intensive Introduction to Spanish:Level II

ACCT 2010 BUSN 4300 CSIS 3410 MATH 1360 MEDC 2800 MNGT 3300 MNGT 4900 POLT 1060 THEA 1030

06 06 06 06 06 06 06 03 06

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Financial Accounting I Business Ethics Information Analysis Business Mathematics Cultural Diversity in the Media Business Law II Managerial Poliies and Strategies Introduction to American Politics Acting for Non Majors I

ADVT 1940 ECON 2020 LEGL 2080 SPCM 1040

06 06 06 06

----R-----R-----R-----R--

Introduction to Marketing Communications Principles of Microeconomics Topics in Law Public Speaking

123


UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 ACCT 2010 01 -M----- Financial Accounting I ADVT 3150 04 -M----- Topics ANSO 2560 02 -M----- Social Movements ANSO 3000 03 -M----- Topics in Anthropology/Sociology AUDI 3150 08 -M----- Topics BUSN 2100 02 -M----- Business Communications COAP 1020 09 -M----- Introduction to Computer Applications COAP 2170 01 -M----- Web Usability and Accessability COSC 2610 01 -M----- Operating Systems COSC 3410 02 -M----- Computer Security GNST 1308 01 -M----- Technology, Science and Society HLSC 1660 02 -M----- RAD (Rape, Aggression & Defense) LEGL 3000 01 -M----- Legal Ethics LEGL 4480 01 -M----- Computerized Legal Research MEDC 4500 01 -M----- Political Communications MNGT 2340 01 -M----- History of American Business and Management MNGT 2900 01 -M----- Human Communications MNGT 3290 01 -M----- Business Law I MNGT 3510 01 -M----- Advertising MUSC 1050 02 -M----- Introduction to Music Appreciation NURS 4250 01 -M----- Community Health Nursing PHIL 2080 02 -M----- Topics POLT 2500 02 -M----- Interdisciplinary Approach to Politics POLT 4200 01 -M----- Advanced Studies in American Politics PSYC 1000 05 -M----- Learning Strategies RELG 2450 01 -M----- Death and Dying SCIN 1010 01 -M----- Topics in Physical Science SPAN 1070 01 -M----- Intensive Introduction to Spanish:Level I SPCM 3150 01 -M----- Topics in Communication THEA 1030 01 -M----- Acting for Non Majors I VIDE 3090 01 -M----- Television Studio Production ACCT 3075 ANSO 2000 ANSO 2750 ARHS 1050 ART 3200 COAP 1020 COAP 2020 COSC 4810 CSIS 3410 EDUC 3570

01 01 02 01 01 10 01 01 02 01

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EPMD 1000 FLST 3160 GRMN 1070 INTM 1600 LEGL 4460 MATH 1360 MEDC 3800 MEDC 4100

05 01 01 01 01 02 02 02

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Federal Tax Accounting:Personal Issues in Contemporary Society Introduction to Measurement and Statistics Art Appreciation Art Therapy:Introduction Introduction to Computer Applications Desktop Publishing Information Systems I Information Analysis Methods of Teaching Elementary Social Studies for the Elementary Grades Introduction to Media Production Topics in Film Studies Intensive Introduction to German:Level I Introduction to Interactive Media Methods of Legal Research and Writing I Business Mathematics Studies in Cultural Diversity The Law and the Media

MNGT 3400 MNGT 3500 MNGT 4420 MNGT 4920 NURS 3270 NURS 4060 PBRL 2920 PHOT 4030 POLT 1050 POLT 2500 PSYC 1100 PSYC 2000 PSYC 2750 RELG 1040 RELG 4400 VIDE 3150 VIDE 3150

01 01 01 01 01 01 02 01 01 01 07 01 02 02 01 05 06

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Human Resource Management Marketing Compensation Management Marketing Strategies Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Gerontology Writing for Public Relations Topics in Studio Photography Introduction to International Relations Interdisciplinary Approach to Politics Introduction to Psychology Issues in Contemporary Psychology Introduction to Measurement and Statistics Phenomena Spiritual Paths and Classics Topics Topics

ACCT 3030 ANSO 4900 AUDI 3150 BUSN 4650 COAP 2100 COSC 1570 COSC 2670 COSC 4110 EDUC 4770 EPMD 1000 FINC 3210 FREN 1070 GNST 2005 HIST 2220 HIST 4200 ILC 4060 INTM 2350

02 02 06 G2 01 02 02 02 01 06 02 01 01 01 01 01 01

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INTM 3150 LEGL 4800 MEDC 1050 MEDC 4100 MNGT 2100 MNGT 3310 MNGT 3420 MNGT 3450 MNGT 3550 MNGT 4100 MNGT 4200 NURS 3020 PBRL 4200 PSYC 2150 PSYC 4300

02 01 04 04 01 01 01 01 01 01 03 01 01 01 01

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Intermediate Accounting I Senior Seminar Topics International Business Web Technology Principles Mathematics for Computer Science Telecommunications Database Concepts Assessment of Young Children Introduction to Media Production Principles of Finance Intensive Introduction to French :Level I Topics in the Liberal Arts Modern Europe Advanced Studies in European History Methods in Teaching Languages Production Tools for Advertising and Public Relations Special Topics Advanced Topics in Law Introduction to Media Writing The Law and the Media Management Theory and Practices The Legal Environment of Business Labor-Management Relations Principles of Organizational Behavior Public Relations International Management Innovation, Creativity and the Entrepeneur Health Assessment Organizational Communication Psychology of Sleep Health Psychology

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UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 PSYC 4900 02 ---W--- Senior Seminar RELG 2150 01 ---W--- Existence and Meaning RELG 3120 01 ---W--- Buddhism SPCM 3300 01 ---W--- Navigating Relationships ACCT 3200 04 ----R-- Business Law for Accountants ACCT 4090 01 ----R-- Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations ADVT 4040 02 ----R-- Advertising Production ADVT 4200 01 ----R-- Media Planning Buying and Selling ANSO 3960 01 ----R-- Ethnic and Minority Relations ARHS 4350 01 ----R-- Topics in Art History BUSN 2750 01 ----R-- Introduction to Statistics BUSN 4110 01 ----R-- Operations Management COAP 2000 03 ----R-- XHTML Programming COSC 3050 02 ----R-- Data Structures I COSC 4110 03 ----R-- Database Concepts ECON 2010 02 ----R-- Principles of Macroeconomics EDUC 4200 01 ----R-- Methods in Middle School Curriculum and Instruction ENGL 2210 01 ----R-- Literature into Film EPMD 1000 03 ----R-- Introduction to Media Production FILM 3150 04 ----R-- Topics in Film Production FLST 3160 02 ----R-- Topics in Film Studies FLST 3170 01 ----R-- Topics in Documentary Film Studies HRTS 3160 01 ----R-- Human Rights in Film: Documentaries INTL 1500 03 ----R-- The World System Since 1500 ISTL 3500 04 ----R-- Topics in International Studies JOUR 3150 03 ----R-- Topics in Modern Media LEGL 2080 03 ----R-- Topics in Law LEGL 4810 01 ----R-- Tort Law Practice MEDC 1010 08 ----R-- Introduction to Mass Communications MEDC 3190 02 ----R-- Intro to Media Research MNGT 3800 01 ----R-- Health Care Organizations MNGT 4570 03 ----R-- Marketing Research MNGT 4800 01 ----R-- Health Care Law MTHT 4310 01 ----R-- Elementary-School Mathematics Methods MULC 4650 01 ----R-- Seminar in Multicultural Studies PHIL 2080 03 ----R-- Topics POLT 3310 01 ----R-- Conduct of Foreign Policy PSYC 2950 01 ----R-- Psychology of Adulthood and Aging VIDE 3150 08 ----R-- Topics WOMN 1010 01 ----R-- Studying Women Across the Disciplines WRIT 2400 01 ----R-- Introduction to Professional Writing EPMD 2000 EPMD 2000 ILC 2150 ILC 2150 ILC 2150 ISTL 2550 ISTL 2550 ISTL 2550

01 02 05 06 07 05 06 07

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Introductory Topics in Media Introductory Topics in Media Topics in Culture(s) Topics in Culture(s) Topics in Culture(s) Topics in International Studies Topics in International Studies Topics in International Studies

WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 ACCT 3040 04 -M----- Intermediate Accounting II ADVT 3150 01 -M----- Topics ANSO 2040 01 -M----- North Americans Indians COAP 1020 11 -M----- Introduction to Computer Applications COAP 2110 11 -M----- Web Animation COSC 1540 11 -M----- Emerging Technologies COSC 3500 11 -M----- IT Project Management HIST 1320 02 -M----- Twentieth-Century United States HIST 2310 01 -M----- Encounters with History HLSC 1670 02 -M----- RAD II (Rape, Aggression & Defense) HRTS 2086 03 -M----- Topics in Human Rights HRTS 3700 01 -M----- Human Rights and Business INTM 3150 01 -M----- Special Topics LEGL 2400 03 -M----- Introduction to Law MEDC 1050 07 -M----- Introduction to Media Writing MEDC 1630 03 -M----- Media Literacy MNGT 2100 03 -M----- Management Theory and Practices MNGT 4600 03 -M----- Contemporary Human Resource Strategies MUSC 1050 03 -M----- Introduction to Music Appreciation NURS 3010 01 -M----- Concepts of Professional Nursing POLT 2400 03 -M----- Introduction to Law RELG 2405 01 -M----- Religion and Film SPAN 1080 01 -M----- Intensive Introduction to Spanish:Level II SPCM 2400 01 -M----- Persuasion THEA 3050 01 -M----- Acting for Non-Majors II WOMN 1010 02 -M----- Studying Women Across the Disciplines ACCT 2025 ACCT 3080 ADVT 3150 ANSO 1070 ANSO 2000 ANSO 2000 ANSO 3000 BUSN 4990 COAP 1020 COSC 4820 CSIS 3410 ECON 2020 EDUC 4120 EPMD 1000 FLST 3160 FLST 4160 GRMN 1080 INTM 1600 LEGL 4470 LEGL 4830 MATH 1430 MEDC 2200 MNGT 3300 MNGT 3820

125

03 03 02 04 02 05 04 03 12 11 11 03 01 08 03 01 01 02 03 03 11 03 03 03

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Managerial Accounting Federal Tax Accounting:Corporate Topics Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Issues in Contemporary Society Issues in Contemporary Society Topics in Anthropology/Sociology Business Policy Introduction to Computer Applications Information Systems II Information Analysis Principles of Microeconomics Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies Introduction to Media Production Topics in Film Studies Survey of Film Theory and Criticism Intensive Introduction to German:Level II Introduction to Interactive Media Methods of Legal Research and Writing II Real Estate Law Practice College Algebra Ethics in the Media Business Law II Health Care Administration


UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 MNGT 3860 03 --T---- Social and Economic Issues in Health Care MNGT 4900 03 --T---- Managerial Policies and Strategies PBRL 2100 02 --T---- Fundamentals of Strategic Communications and Public Relations PBRL 3150 01 --T---- Topics POLT 4100 01 --T---- Advanced Studies in International Politics PSYC 2000 02 --T---- Issues in Contemporary Psychology PSYC 4150 01 --T---- Political Psychology RELG 2030 01 --T---- Contemporary Topics RELG 2030 02 --T---- Contemporary Topics RELG 2030 03 --T---- Contemporary Topics RELG 2150 02 --T---- Existence and Meaning SCPT 3110 01 --T---- Script Analysis SPCM 4600 01 --T---- Communications Theory VIDE 3150 01 --T---- Topics VIDE 3150 02 --T---- Topics VIDE 3150 07 --T---- Topics WOMN 3000 01 --T---- Topics in Women's Studies ANSO 2425 ARHS 3410 BUSN 2750 COAP 2000 COAP 2020 COSC 2810 COSC 4120 ECON 4720 EDUC 2120 FINC 4210 FREN 1080 ILC 2150 INTM 2350

01 01 03 11 11 11 11 03 01 04 01 03 02

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INTM 3150 ISTL 2550 LEGL 3490 MATH 1410 MEDC 3800 MEDC 4100 MNGT 2400 MNGT 4400 MNGT 4940 PHIL 1100 PSYC 2425 PSYC 3900 SPCM 1280 WOMN 2000

03 03 03 11 01 05 03 03 03 03 01 01 04 06

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Women:Power, Place, and Person Structure and Theory Cultural Organizations Introduction to Statistics XHTML Programming Desktop Publishing Systems Analysis and Design Database Applications International Trade and Finance Adolescent Development Investments Intensive Introduction to French :Level II Topics in Culture(s) Production Tools for Advertising and Public Relations Special Topics Topics in International Studies Civil Litigation Introductory College Mathematics Studies in Cultural Diversity The Law and the Media Supervisory Management Personnel Law Global Competitive Strategies Introduction to Philosophy Women:Power, Place and Person Introduction to Counseling Interpersonal Communication Issues in Women's Studies

ACCT 2010 ACCT 4220 ANSO 2825 ART 4110 ART 4120 BUSN 4650 COSC 2670 COSC 3100 COSC 4120 EDUC 4020 EDUC 4130 EPMD 1000 FLST 3160 HRTS 2086 ILC 2150 ISTL 2550 ISTL 3500 JOUR 3150 JOUR 4500 LEGL 4490 MEDC 1630 MEDC 2800 MNGT 2100 MNGT 3400 MNGT 3500 MTHT 4310 NURS 3030 PBRL 4300 PHIL 2300 POLT 1070 POLT 3010 POLT 4300 PSYC 2825 RELG 2100 WOMN 2000 WRIT 2090

03 04 02 01 01 03 11 11 12 01 01 10 04 02 02 02 05 01 01 03 04 07 04 03 03 11 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 01 02 01

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Financial Accounting I Financial Statement Analysis Introduction to Research Methods Drawing:Advanced Drawing:Advanced International Business Telecommunications Data Structures II Database Applications Health, Nutrition and Safety Methods of Teaching Writing Introduction to Media Production Topics in Film Studies Topics in Human Rights Topics in Culture(s) Topics in International Studies Topics in International Studies Topics in Modern Media Media Criticism for Publication Advanced Paralegal Procedures Media Literacy Cultural Diversity in the Media Management Theory and Practices Human Resource Management Marketing Elementary-School Mathematics Methods Communication & Information Literacy Crisis Communications Management Social and Political Philosophy Introduction to Political Theory American Constitutional Law Advanced Studies in American Politics Introduction to Research Methods Religion and Literature Issues in Women's Studies Writing in the Workplace

EPMD 2000 03 EPMD 2000 04 GRMN 2170 01

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Introductory Topics in Media Introductory Topics in Media Intermediate Conversational German

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UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL SEMESTER, 2010 ART 3270 01 -M----- Graphic Design Systms:Typography ART 3910 01 -M----- Art for the Elementary Grades ART 4020 01 -M----- Visual Arts Seminar AUDI 2100 01 -M----- Radio Production AUDI 3150 07 -M----- Topics BJRN 3580 01 -M----- Radio News Reporting and Production COSC 1550 04 -M----- Computer Programming I DANC 1030 01 -M----- Dance as an Art Form DANC 3000 07 -M----- Topics in Dance EDUC 3520 01 -M----- Methods of Teaching Elementary Reading EDUC 4450 01 -M----- Psychoeducational Assessment ENGL 2170 02 -M----- Creative Writing:Playwriting FLST 1800 01 -M----- Film Appreciation FLST 3160 05 -M----- Topics in Film Studies ILC 1090 03 -M----- Elementary Language:Level I Thai ILC 1100 03 -M----- Elementary Language:Level II Russian ILC 2150 08 -M----- Topics in Culture(s) France on the Big Screen INTM 2200 01 -M----- Visual Design for Interactive Media ISTL 2550 08 -M----- Topics in Intl Studies France on the Big Screen ISTL 3500 03 -M----- Topics in International Studies JOUR 1030 03 -M----- Fundamentals of Reporting MEDC 1050 03 -M----- Introduction to Media Writing MTHT 4450 01 -M----- Middle-School Mathematics Methods MTHT 4460 01 -M----- Secondary Mathematics Methods PHOT 3195 01 -M----- Digital Photo Imaging II PHYS 2031 03 -M----- University Physics I:Lab POLT 4200 01 -M----- Advanced Studies in Political Theory VIDE 1810 01 -M----- Video Production I ADVT 2550 ANIM 3150 ART 1110 ART 3850 AUDI 1000 AUDI 1200 AUDI 3150 COSC 1550 COSC 1560 EDUC 4690 EDUC 4700 ENGL 2160 FILM 4560 ILC 1090 INTM 3100 MTHT 1300 MUSC 4920 MUSC 4940 MUSC 4950 PHOT 2000 SCPT 2900 SPAN 4650

02 02 05 06 01 02 05 10 03 01 01 02 01 01 01 02 01 01 04 02 02 01

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Creative Strategies for Advertising Special Topics Introduction to Drawing Topics in Studio Art Audio Production I Introduction to MIDI Topics Computer Programming I Computer Programming II Assessment and Advancement of Reading Abilities

Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities Creative Writing:Fiction Advanced Cinematography Elementary Language:Level I Arabic Programming for Web Communications Mathematics for Teachers I Webster University Choral Society The Webster University Symphony Chamber Music Photo II Scriptwriting Advanced Topics: Spain Through Fiction and Film

MUSC 3010 01

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ADVT 1940 ADVT 2910 ADVT 3500 ANIM 3030 ART 3610 ART 3850 ART 4710 ART 4720 AUDI 1000 AUDI 4400 BIOL 1010 DANC 3000 EDUC 4330

02 02 02 01 01 05 01 01 03 01 01 01 01

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ENGL 4400 FLST 1800 FLST 2070 JOUR 2170 MEDC 1010 MUSC 4800 PHOT 1000 SCPT 3400 SCPT 4500 VIDE 1810 VIDE 3150

02 04 01 01 07 01 03 01 01 02 04

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ADVT 4190 ANIM 3010 ART 3850 AUDI 4000 GRMN 3150

02 01 04 01 01

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GRMN 4250 01

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INTM 3200 JOUR 2140 MEDC 1010 MNGT 3400 MUSC 3210 MUSC 4940 PHOT 1000 PHOT 3120 SCIN 1100 SCIN 1101 SCPT 2900

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01 02 09 10 01 01 04 02 01 01 01

Introduction to Marketing Communications Writing for Advertising Visual Communications for Advertising and Public Visual Storytelling Printmaking:Silkscreen Topics in Studio Art Photography V Photography VI Audio Production I Recording Studio Management & Operations Human Biology Topics in Dance Introduction to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities Advanced Writing Workshop Film Appreciation History of Animation Copyreading/News Editing Introduction to Mass Communications Advanced Topics Mahler Photo I Television Scriptwriting Advanced Scriptwriting Video Production I Topics Advertising Research Voicing Your Creation Topics in Studio Art Music Recording Culture and Civilization of German Speaking Countries: Berlin in Art, Film and Literature Advanced Conversational German Berlin Art, Film and Literature Interface Design Advanced Reporting Introduction to Mass Communications Human Resource Management Elementary School Music Methods The Webster University Symphony Photo I Studio Photography and Lighting Earth Science and the Environment Earth Science and the Environment:Lab Scriptwriting


UNDERGRADUATE EVENING COURSES WESTPORT CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 BUSN 4300 07 -M----- Business Ethics COSC 3750 07 -M----- Decision Support Systems Concepts MATH 1050 07 -M----- Basic Algebra MNGT 3400 07 -M----- Human Resource Management COSC 2810 MNGT 3470 MNGT 4600 PHIL 1100

07 07 07 07

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Systems Analysis and Design Women in Management Contemporary Human Resource Strategies Introduction to Philosophy

BUSN 4110 COSC 3050 MNGT 3450 MNGT 3500

07 07 07 07

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Operations Management Data Structures I Principles of Organizational Behavior Marketing

COSC 4810 MNGT 2100 MNGT 3290 MNGT 4900

07 07 07 07

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Information Systems I Management Theory and Practices Business Law I Managerial Policies and Strategies

WESTPORT CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 ACCT 2010 08 -M----- Financial Accounting I MATH 1430 08 -M----- College Algebra MNGT 3300 08 -M----- Business Law II MNGT 3420 08 -M----- Labor-Management Relations MNGT 4400 08 -M----- Personnel Law MUSC 1050 08 -M----- Introduction to Music Appreciation COSC 2610 ECON 2010 MNGT 2100 PHIL 2320

08 08 08 08

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ANSO 1020 G1 BUSN 4990 G2 MATH 1360 G2

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Social Issues Business Policy Business Mathematics

COSC 3410 G2 CSIS 3410 G2 MNGT 3310 G1

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Computer Security Information Analysis The Legal Environment of Business

WINGHAVEN CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 ACCT 2025 G3 -M----- Managerial Accounting MNGT 4900 G2 -M----- Managerial Policies and Strategies COSC 1570 G3 MNGT 3400 G2

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MNGT 3500 G2 PHIL 1100 G2

---W--- Marketing ---W--- Introduction to Philosophy

BUSN 4110 G3 MUSC 1070 G3

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---W--- Data Structures II ---W--- Principles of Finance ---W--- Intro to Diversity and Identity in the U.S.

BUSN 2210 COSC 4820 HIST 1500 MNGT 3510

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Mathematics for Computer Science Human Resource Management

Operations Management Topics in Music

WINGHAVEN CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL SEMESTER, 2010 COSC 1560 G1 ---W--- Computer Programming II

Operating Systems Principles of Macroeconomics Management Theory and Practices Contemporary Moral Problems

COSC 3100 08 FINC 3210 08 MULC 2010 08 08 08 01 08

WINGHAVEN CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 ACCT 2010 G2 -M----- Financial Accounting I COSC 2670 G2 -M----- Telecommunications MNGT 2100 G1 -M----- Management Theory and Practices

Personal Finance Information Systems II American Studies Advertising

WESTPORT CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE FALL SEMESTER, 2010 COSC 1550 07 ----R-- Computer Programming I

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GRADUATE EVENING COURSES DOWNTOWN CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 BUSN 5600 05 -M----FINC 5000 05 -M----HRDV 5000 05 -M----HRDV 5680 05 -M-----

MNGT 5650 05 SECR 5000 05

Accounting Theory and Practice Finance Intro to Human Resources Development Ethics, Values, and Legal Issues in Human Resources Development -M----- Integrated Studies in Human Resources Management -M----- Management and Strategy -M----- Security Management

BUSN 5620 HRMG 5960 LEGL 5470 MEDC 5550

05 05 05 05

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MNGT 6000 05 MRKT 5000 05 SECR 5090 05

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Current Economic Analysis Employee Benefits Civil Actions Topics in Media Communications: Campaign Strategy and Political Power Integrated Studies in Management Marketing Behavioral Issues

BUSN 5760 HRDV 5710 LEGL 5100 MNGT 5590 SECR 5080

05 05 05 06 05

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Applied Business Statistics Diversity in the Workplace Jurisprudence Organizational Behavior Information Systems Security

BUSN 6070 05 BUSN 6110 05 HRDV 6000 05

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MNGT 5590 05

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Management Accounting Operations and Project Management Integrated Studies in Human Resources Development Organizational Behavior

HRMG 6000 05

DOWNTOWN CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 FINC 5880 06 -M----- Advanced Corporate Finance HRDV 5610 06 -M----- Training and Development SECR 5020 06 -M----- Security Administration and Management BUSN 5000 HRDV 5700 HRMG 5000 LEGL 5490 MEDC 5550

06 06 06 06 06

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MNGT 5000 06

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Business Career Management Managing Human Resources Advanced Topics of Law Topics in Media Communications: Campaign Strategy and Political Power Management

HRDV 5710 LEGL 5000 MNGT 5650 MRKT 5000

05 06 06 06

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Diversity in the Workplace Introduction to Legal Studies Management and Strategy Marketing

BUSN 5200 BUSN 6120 HRDV 5630 HRMG 5930 MNGT 5590

06 06 06 06 13

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Basic Finance for Managers Managerial Economics Organization Development and Change Labor-Management Relations Organizational Behavior

129


GRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 AMLD 5010 01 -M----- Introduction to Arts Management/Planning BUSN 5210 01 -M----- Financial Management for Non Profits BUSN 5760 01 -M----- Applied Business Statistics BUSN 6070 02 -M----- Management Accounting COMM 5280 01 -M----- Written Communication COMM 5820 01 -M----- Foundations in Reading Instruction COSC 5000 01 -M----- Distributed Systems COUN 5220 01 -M----- Assessment COUN 5545 01 -M----- Blended Family Therapy COUN 6500 01 -M----- Internship COUN 6500 02 -M----- Internship DMGT 7140 01 -M----- Statistical Analysis DMGT 7900 03 -M----- Integrative Seminar EPSY 5540 01 -M----- Psychology of Early Adolescence FINC 5880 01 -M----- Advanced Corporate Finance FINC 5910 01 -M----- Advanced Investments and Portfolio Management GERN 5600 01 -M----- Economic Issues for Older Adults HLTH 5000 01 -M----- Organization and Management Health Administration INTB 5000 01 -M----- International Business INTL 5510 01 -M----- Theories of International Relations ITM 5000 01 -M----- Information Technology Management LEGL 5400 01 -M----- Anglo-American Legal History LEGL 5490 02 -M----- Advanced Topics of Law MEDC 5000 01 -M----- Media Communications MNGT 5590 02 -M----- Organizational Behavior MRKT 5900 01 -M----- Marketing in Electronic Commerce MRKT 5920 01 -M----- Distribution Management SPED 5314 ID -M----- Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders SPED 5414 01 -M----- Children and Youth with Learning and Academic Disorders TESL 5030 ID -M----- Historical Linguistics TESL 5139 01 -M----- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Methods ADVT 5301 AMLD 5060 BUSN 5600 BUSN 5760 BUSN 6070 BUSN 6110 BUSN 6120 COMM 5000 COMM 5100 COMM 5199 COMM 5920 COUN 5140 COUN 5600 DMGT 7450

01 01 01 02 01 01 02 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

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Marketing Communications: Sales Promotion Accounting and Finance for the Arts Accounting Theory and Practice Applied Business Statistics Management Accounting Operations and Project Management Managerial Economics Fiction, NonFiction, and Poetry for Children Painting Teaching Writing Teaching Reading in Content Fields Psychopharmacology Techniques of Group Counseling Strategic Management

EPSY 5290 ECED 5670

01 01

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FINC 5000 FINC 5810 GERN 5690 GERN 6000 HLTH 5050

02 01 01 01 01

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HRDV 5630 INTL 5645 LEGL 5000 MEDC 5000 MEDC 5360 MNGT 5010

01 01 01 02 01 01

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MNGT 5590 MNGT 5650 MRKT 5960 NURN 5230 READ 5910 SPED 5660 SPED 5700 SPED 5860

01 01 01 01 01 01 ID 01

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BUSN 5620 BUSN 6120 BUSN 6200 COMM 5187 COMM 5390 COSC 5010 COUN 5200 COUN 6000 ECED 5010 ECED 5470

01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

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EDUC 5220 EPSY 5170 FINC 5000 FINC 5830 HLTH 5020

01 01 01 01 01

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HRDV 5560 HRMG 5000 ILC 5180 INTL 5560 LEGL 5260 MEDC 5310

01 01 01 01 01 01

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130

Family Counseling Sociomoral Development: Implications for Early Learning Finance Capital Budgeting and Corporate Investment Issues in Gerontology Integrated Studies in Gerontology Financial Management in Health Administration Organization Development and Change Asian Area Studies Introduction to Legal Studies Media Communications International Communications Nonprofit Organizations - Context, Legal Structures, Organization, Design and Practice Organizational Behavior Management and Strategy Marketing Management Teaching Practicum in Nursing Investigations in Reading: Primary Cognitive Development:Child with Special Needs School-Based Prevention/ Intervention:Rd/PBIS Psychology of the Exceptional Student Current Economic Analysis Managerial Economics Strategy and Competition Secondary Techniques and Curriculum Literature Seminars Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Theories of Counseling Counseling Learning Practicum Foundations of Early Childhood Education Observation, Documemtation and Analysis of Learning in Early Childhood Education Contemporary Educational Issues Behavioral Management Finance Institutions and Financial Markets Organizational Planning and Change in Health Administration Group Development and Change Managing Human Resources Methods of Teaching Languages U.S. Foreign Policy Methods of Legal Research and Writing I Media and Culture


GRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 MEDC 5400 01 ---W--- Media Production Management MNGT 5000 01 ---W--- Management MNGT 5210 01 ---W--- Nonprofit Revenue Development MRKT 5000 02 ---W--- Marketing MRKT 5980 01 ---W--- International Marketing READ 5950 01 ---W--- Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems SPED 5318 01 ---W--- Global Issues in Special Education SPED 5380 01 ---W--- Methods for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities I TESL 5220 01 ---W--- Curriculum Development in Second Language Classrooms TESL 5230 ID ---W--- Second Language Acquisition BUSN 5000 COMM 5460 COMM 5530 COMM 5560 COMM 5930 COSC 5150 COUN 5100 COUN 5150 ECED 5830 EDTC 5710 FINC 5210 GERN 5000 HLTH 5100 HRDV 5750

01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

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INTL 5000 ITM 5300

01 01

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LEGL 5490 MEDC 5460 MNGT 5590 MNGT 5670 MRKT 5000 MRKT 5800 NURN 5000 NURN 5420 NURN 5820 NURN 5820 PBRL 5322 PBRL 5323 SOCS 5760

01 01 12 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

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Business Curriculum Design Technology and Teaching Sculpture Investigations in Reading, Intermediate Distributed Application Development Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling Psychopathology Topics in Early Learning Maintaining Computer Systems Investments Gerontology Statistics for Health Administration Research and Assessment in Human Resources Development Intro to International Relations Procurement and Contract Management of Information Technology Advanced Topics of Law Media Research Organizational Behavior Managerial Leadership Marketing Sales Management Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Financial Issues for Nurse Leaders Families Experiencing Illness Families Experiencing Illness Public Relations Organizational Communications Middle School Curriculum and Instruction

COUN 5560 01 COUN 5560 01

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Human Sexuality Human Sexuality

PBRL 5323

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Organizational Communications

01

WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 AMLD 5070 01 -M----- Marketing for the Arts BUSN 5600 03 -M----- Accounting Theory and Practice BUSN 5760 03 -M----- Applied Business Statistics BUSN 6070 04 -M----- Management Accounting BUSN 6110 04 -M----- Operations and Project Management COMM 5280 02 -M----- Written Communication COMM 5290 01 -M----- Interpersonal Communication COMM 5344 01 -M----- Contemporary Linguistics COMM 5820 02 -M----- Foundations in Reading Instruction COSC 6000 11 -M----- Distributed Systems Project COUN 5050 03 -M----- Human Growth and Development COUN 5850 03 -M----- Research and Program Evaluation COUN 6500 03 -M----- Internship COUN 6500 04 -M----- Internship DMGT 7300 03 -M----- Management Systems Redesign DMGT 7520 03 -M----- Organizational Development and Change ECED 5860 01 -M----- Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Early Childhood EDTC 5010 01 -M----- Introduction to Technologies for Educators FINC 5000 03 -M----- Finance FINC 5870 03 -M----- Derivatives GERN 5640 03 -M----- Management of Programs for Older Adults HRMG 5700 03 -M----- Employment Law INTL 6000 01 -M----- International Relations:Theory and Practice ITM 5200 03 -M----- Project Management of Informion Technology LEGL 5300 03 -M----- Ethics for the Legal Professional LEGL 5800 03 -M----- Computerized Legal Research MEDC 5310 03 -M----- Media and Culture MNGT 5000 03 -M----- Management MNGT 5590 04 -M----- Organizational Behavior MRKT 5000 03 -M----- Marketing MRKT 6000 03 -M----- Integrated Studies in Marketing READ 5860 01 -M----- Review of Reading Research SPED 5250 01 -M----- Behavior Management for Children with Special Needs AMLD 5200 01 --T---- Seminar in Arts Leadership BUSN 6120 03 --T---- Managerial Economics COMM 5090 01 --T---- Drawing COMM 5440 01 --T---- Integrated Language Arts COUN 5610 03 --T---- Techniques of Counseling COUN 5630 03 --T---- Techniques of Substance Abusive Counseling COUN 5700 03 --T---- Lifestyle and Career Development ECED 5880 01 --T---- Integrating Resources:Community, Schools and Family EDUC 5001 01 --T---- Foundations of Global Citizenship EPSY 5170 02 --T---- Behavioral Management EPSY 5970 01 --T---- The Gifted Learner FINC 5810 03 --T---- Capital Budgeting and Corporate Investment FINC 5840 03 --T---- International Finance

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GRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 FINC 5880 04 --T---- Advanced Corporate Finance FINC 5890 03 --T---- Financial Statement Analysis GERN 5630 03 --T---- Psychology of Aging HLTH 6000 03 --T---- Integrated Studies in Health Administration INTL 5100 01 --T---- Research Methods & Perspectives LEGL 5480 03 --T---- Criminal Actions MEDC 5000 03 --T---- Media Communications MNGT 5590 03 --T---- Organizational Behavior MRKT 5000 13 --T---- Marketing MRKT 5010 03 --T---- Marketing for Nonprofits NURN 5240 01 --T---- Teaching Practicum in Nursing II NURN 5810 01 --T---- Families in Transition NURN 5810 01 --T---- Families in Transition PBRL 5342 03 --T---- Writing for Public Relations READ 5777 01 --T---- Literacy Coaching SOCS 5010 01 --T---- Social Studies for Secondary Schools SPED 5701 ID --T---- Universal-School-Wide PBIS SPED 5880 01 --T---- Integrating Resources:Community, Schools and Family TESL 5030 01 --T---- Historical Linguistics ART 5750 BUSN 5200 BUSN 6110 BUSN 6200 COMM 5270 COMM 5640 COMM 5840 COSC 5020 COUN 5800 COUN 6000 EDTC 5290 EPSY 5130 FINC 5880 FINC 6290 HLTH 5070 HRDV 5630 HRMG 5800 INTL 5860 LEGL 5270 MEDC 5400 MEDC 5480 MEDC 6000 MRKT 5940 NURN 5050 NURN 5440 PATA 5120 SOCS 5000 SPED 5381

03 03 03 03 01 01 01 11 03 03 01 01 03 03 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 03 03 01 01 08 01 01

SPED 5413

01

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Topics in Art History Basic Finance for Managers Operations and Project Management Strategy and Competition Visual Communication Communication Through Art Forms Reading and Writing as Cognitive Processes Object-Oriented Programming Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice Counseling Learning Practicum Digital Video for Educators Educational Psychology Advanced Corporate Finance Financial Strategy Financial Analysis in Health Administration Organization Development and Change Staffing and Selection Issues in International Politics Methods of Legal Research and Writing II Media Production Management Comparative Approaches to Media Literacy Seminar in Media Communications Promotional Management Policy and Politics in Nursing Leadership in Nursing Practicum I Foundations in Intellectual Property Law Interdisciplinary Course Methods for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities II ---W--- Assessment of Learning Problems

SPED 5500

01

TESL 5311

01

---W--- Socioemotional Development:Child with Special Needs ---W--- Principles and Practices of Language Testing

ADVT 5321 ART 5000 ART 5110 BUSN 5620 BUSN 5760 COSC 5110 COUN 5230 COUN 5540 EPSY 5810 FINC 5860 GERN 5500 GERN 5500 GERN 5500 HLTH 5140 HRDV 5000 HRDV 5610 HRMG 5000 INTB 5630 INTL 5655 LEGL 5450 LEGL 5490 MEDC 5460 MNGT 5670 MNGT 5950 MNGT 6000 MRKT 5000 MRKT 5970 READ 5940 SCIC 5240 SOCS 5750 SPED 5270

03 01 01 03 04 11 03 03 01 03 03 04 05 03 03 03 03 03 01 03 03 03 03 03 03 04 03 01 01 01 01

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MNGT 5500 04

Advertising Decision-Making Graduate Seminar in Art Drawing Studio Current Economic Analysis Applied Business Statistics Network Architecture Psychodiagnostics Family Systems Theory Adolescent Psychology Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital Professional Seminars Professional Seminars Professional Seminars Health Administration Law Intro to Human Resources Development Training and Development Managing Human Resources International Law and Business African Area Studies American Constitutional Law Advanced Topics of Law Media Organization & Regulations Managerial Leadership The Woman Manager Integrated Studies in Management Marketing Marketing Research Investigations in Reading, Grades 7-12 Animal Form and Function for School Personnel Special Institute Decade of the 50's Advocating for Persons with Disabilities

-----FS Professional Seminars

WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL SEMESTER, 2010 ECED 5460 01 -M----- Curriculum Design MTHC 5450 01 -M----- Topics in Number Theory SPED 5220 01 -M----- Topics in Special Education SPED 5240 01 -M----- Psychoeducational Assessment I ART 5950 06 --T---- Advanced Study in Art COMM 5960 01 --T---- Differentiated Reading Instr ILC 5170 02 --T---- Seminars: Spain Through Fiction and Film LEAD 6123 ID --T---- Action Research Internship Step One LEAD 6123 ID --T---- Action Research Internship Step One LEAD 6123 ID --T---- Action Research Internship Step One LEAD 6123 ID --T---- Action Research Internship Step One LEAD 6123 ID --T---- Action Research Internship Step One LEAD 6134 ID --T---- Optional Topics for Internship I: Dispositions

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GRADUATE EVENING COURSES WEBSTER GROVES CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL SEMESTER, 2010 LEAD 6134 IL --T---- Optional Topics for Internship I: Dispositions LEAD 6135 ID --T---- Optional Topics for Internship II: Diversity MEDC 6000 02 --T---- Seminar in Media Communications MTHC 5280 01 --T---- Calculus for Teachers SPED 5040 01 --T---- Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities ART 5710 ART 5950 ART 5950 LEAD 6001 LEAD 6002

01 01 05 ID ID

MEDC 6000 02 MTHC 5130 01 SPED 5030 01

Photography Studio Advanced Study in Art Advanced Study in Art Foundations in Educational Leadership School Administration and Resources Management ---W--- Seminar in Media Communications ---W--- Probability and Graphs ---W--- Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities

ART 5750 ART 5950 ILC 5120

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WESTPORT CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 BUSN 5620 07 -M----BUSN 5760 09 -M----BUSN 6110 07 -M----HRDV 5610 07 -M----HRMG 5000 07 -M----HRMG 5930 07 -M----MNGT 5590 07 -M----PROC 5000 07 -M----PROC 5830 07 -M----BUSN 5000 BUSN 5200 FINC 5840 FINC 5880 HRDV 5000 HRDV 5750

Topics in Art History Advanced Study in Art Advanced Skills German: Berlin in Art,Film & Lit.

Current Economic Analysis Applied Business Statistics Operations and Project Management Training and Development Managing Human Resources Labor-Management Relations Organizational Behavior Procurement and Acquisitions Management Pricing

07 07 07 07 07 07

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HRMG 5700 07

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Business Basic Finance for Managers International Finance Advanced Corporate Finance Introduction to Human Resources Development Research and Assessment in Human Resources Development Employment Law

BUSN 5600 BUSN 6050 BUSN 6070 HRMG 5800 ITM 5100 MNGT 5650 MNGT 5670 MRKT 5000

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Accounting Theory and Practice Macroeconomic Analysis Management Accounting Staffing and Selection System and Network Management and Strategy Managerial Leadership Marketing

07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07

PSML 5050

07

PSML 5800

07

---W--- Communication for Science Management and Leadership ---W--- Project Management

WESTPORT CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 BUSN 5760 07 ----R-BUSN 6120 07 ----R-BUSN 6200 07 ----R-FINC 5000 07 ----R-HRDV 5630 07 ----R-HRMG 5920 07 ----R--

Applied Business Statistics Managerial Economics Strategy and Competition Finance Organization Development and Change Compensation

WESTPORT CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 BUSN 5620 08 -M----BUSN 6120 08 -M----BUSN 6200 08 -M----MRKT 5000 08 -M-----

Current Economic Analysis Managerial Economics Strategy and Competition Marketing

BUSN 5760 FINC 5000 FINC 5210 HRDV 5700 HRMG 6000

08 08 08 06 08

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ITM 5400 08 MNGT 5590 09 MNGT 6000 08

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BUSN 5760 BUSN 6070 ITM 5000 MNGT 5590 MNGT 5670 PATA 5120 PROC 5820 PSML 5590

7W 08 08 08 08 08 08 08

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PSML 5850

08

BUSN 5600 BUSN 6110 FINC 5880 HRDV 5560 HRDV 6000

08 08 08 08 08

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ITM 6000 08 MNGT 5000 08

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133

Applied Business Statistics Finance Investments Career Management Integrated Studies in Human Resources Management Systems Analysis, Design, and Implementation Organizational Behavior Integrated Studies in Management

Applied Business Statistics Management Accounting Information Technology Management Organizational Behavior Managerial Leadership Foundations of Intellectual Property Law Operations Management Ethics and Social Responsibility in Science Management and Leadership ---W--- Regulatory and Qualitative Affairs for Science Management and Leadership Accounting Theory and Practice Operations and Project Management Advanced Corporate Finance Group Development and Change Integrated Studies in Human Resources Development ITM - Final Project Management


GRADUATE EVENING COURSES WINGHAVEN CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 1, 2010 HRDV 5630 G1 -M----- Organization Development and Change MNGT 5000 G1 -M----- Management BUSN 6070 G2 MNGT 5670 G1 MRKT 5000 G1

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Management Accounting Managerial Leadership Marketing

BUSN 5000 FINC 5000 MNGT 5590 MNGT 6000

G2 G2 G1 G1

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Business Finance Organizational Behavior Integrated Studies in Management

BUSN 5600 BUSN 6110 MNGT 5650 MNGT 5910

G2 G2 G1 G1

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Accounting Theory and Practice Operations and Project Management Management and Strategy Ethical and Legal Issues in Management

WINGHAVEN CAMPUS GRADUATE FALL 2, 2010 BUSN 5200 G3 -M----- Basic Finance for Managers BUSN 6200 G3 FINC 5880 G3 MNGT 5590 G2

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BUSN 5620 G3 BUSN 6120 G3 HRMG 5000 G2

---W--- Current Economic Analysis ---W--- Managerial Economics ---W--- Managing Human Resources

BUSN 5760

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134

G3

Strategy and Competition Advanced Corporate Finance Organizational Behavior

Applied Business Statistics


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170

270

64

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