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Online courses are designed for distance learning and use the Internet for delivery. Courses are listed on this page alphabetically by course prefix. Please Note: Once the semester has begun, please reference the syllabus posted directly in your D2L course for the most up to date version/revisions. The section numbers for online courses are U820T, U821T, U822T, U823T, U824T, U825T, U826T, U827T, U829T.

Arts & Sciences (A&S)

A&S 100 U820T
Introduction to Online Learning

Synonym #
13308

Credits
1 to 3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Darin Jereke

Description
This course is designed to engage students in their college experience, both academically and personally. The course aids students as they acquire and develop the skills necessary to reach their educational objectives. Through readings, discussions, reflective writing, and class activities, all of which illuminate a specific topic, students will practice skills that will enable them to succeed in their college courses. In addition, the class will help students acclimate to the university’s culture.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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A&S 301 U820T
Job Searching in the 21st Century

Synonym #
13310

Credits
1

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Prepares students for internship experiences and for post-college employment. The class covers self-assessment, planning, identification and use of career resources, and the job search.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Accounting (ACCT)

ACCT 210 U820T
Principles of Accounting I

Synonym #
26139

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Erin Cornelson

Description
A study of fundamental accounting principles and procedures such as journalizing, posting, preparation of financial statements, and other selected topics. Accounting is emphasized as a service activity designed to provide the information about economic entities that is necessary for making sound decisions.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ACCT 211 U820T
Principles of Accounting II

Synonym #
26140

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Erin Cornelson

Description
A continuation of ACCT 210 with emphasis on partnership and corporate structures, management decision-making, cost control, and other selected topics.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ACCT 731 U820T
Tax Planning & Practice

Synonym #
23641

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Tom Davies

Description
Tax Planning & Practice is an in-depth analysis of the Internal Revenue Code and related regulations relating to “C” corporations, partnerships and “S” corporations. Emphasis is also placed on ethics training and tax planning skills.

Prerequisites
ACCT 430 - Income Tax Accounting or its equivalent.

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Addiction Studies (ADS)

ADS 116 U820T
Study of Alcohol Use & Abuse

Synonym #
13311

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Amy Orr

Description
This course provides an introduction to the use, abuse and addictive nature of ethyl alcohol. Students will explore the history of alcohol use, basic knowledge of the medical effects of alcohol use and abuse, the basic premise behind the biopsychosocial model, the continuum of care and personal risk for alcohol problems.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 117 U820T
Study of Drug Use & Abuse

Synonym #
13313

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Erin Nielsen

Description
Fundamentals of mood-altering chemicals other than ethyl alcohol and the symptomatology and treatment of the abuse of them. Provides facts and insights concerning the abuse of a wide variety of “legal” and “illegal” mood-altering chemical substances and approaches to treatment and prevention of drug abuse.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 220 U820T
Alcohol & Drug Helping Skills

Synonym #
13315

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Melissa Dittberner

Description
An introduction to multicultural counseling theories and skills. The student will develop basic communication and individual helping skills appropriate in dealing with abusers of alcohol and other drugs.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and 117

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 222 U820T
Alcohol & Drug Group Interactions

Synonym #
13316

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Mary Rogers

Description
Introduces basic theories and dynamics of counseling groups. Develops the facilitative skills appropriate to working with those groups in the management of alcohol and drug abuse.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and 117 and 220

Book Info
Process and Practice, 10th, Schneider- Corey, Marianne & Corey, Gerald & Corey, Cindy, Thomson Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning ISBN: 9781305865709

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ADS 315 U820T
Ethical & Legal Issues in the Alcohol/Drug Profession

Synonym #
13317

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Erin Nielsen

Description
This course will explore the ethical and legal issues within the substance abuse field. This course will include an opportunity for identification and discussion of ethical and legal issues frequently encountered by prevention and treatment professionals.

Prerequisites
ADS 220

Book Info
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ADS 320 U820T
Adolescents & Substance Issues

Synonym #
13318

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Melissa Dittberner

Description
Understand the key adolescent developmental tasks, gain knowledge on how alcohol and other drugs impact adolescent developmental tasks and understand the complex nature of determining adolescent substance abuse or addiction.

Prerequisites
ADS 222

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 410 U820T
Working with Families on Alcohol and Drug Issues

Synonym #
13319

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Mary Rogers

Description
Traditional and contemporary theories of family counseling will be studied and applied to alcohol and drug abusing families. The role of the partner/family in the onset, progression, treatment, and prevention and alcohol and drug abuse will be reviewed.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and ADS 117 and ADS 220 and ADS 222

Book Info
Napier & Whitaker, (2002 reprint) The Family Crucible, Harper ISBN 9780060914899

Nichols, M., The Essentials of Family Therapy, 6th Edition, Pearson Allyn and Bacon, ISBN 9780205249008

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ADS 421 U820T
Foundations of Alcohol & Drug Prevention

Synonym #
13326

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Melissa Dittberner

Description
Past and current models of alcohol and other drug prevention will be studied to determine what led to their origin, strengths, weaknesses and effectiveness.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and 117 or 420

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 422L U820T
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Continuum

Synonym #
13330

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Frank Zavadil

Description
The concepts that addiction treatment is a continuum from intervention through continuing care is emphasized along with students learning and demonstrating clinical treatment procedures. Students also practice the administration of screening and assessment instruments to identify addiction and other related problems in conjunction with developing an individualized treatment/continued care plan. The course can be used for South Dakota Addiction credentialing.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and 117 or  420; and 220 and 222

Book Info
Taleff, M.J., (2006). Critical thinking for addiction professionals. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036. ISBN# 0-8261-1824-0.

Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5 Desk Reference (2013). American Psychiatric Association, Arlington, VA. ISBN# 978-0-89042-556-5

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ADS 424 U820T
Psychopharmacology of Alcohol & Drug

Synonym #
13332

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Diane Sevening

Description
A study of the psychopharmacology of substance related disorders coexisting with mental health disorders. Includes implications prescription drugs have for treating individuals with a dual diagnosis.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 or 117 and 220 and 222

Book Info
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ADS 510 U820T
Working with Families on Alcohol and Drug Issues

Synonym #
13320

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Mary Rogers

Description
Traditional and contemporary theories of family counseling will be studied and applied to alcohol and drug abusing families. The role of the partner/family in the onset, progression, treatment, and prevention of alcohol and drug abuse will be reviewed.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Napier & Whitaker, (2002 reprint) The Family Crucible, Harper ISBN 9780060914899

Nichols, M., The Essentials of Family Therapy, 6th Edition, Pearson Allyn and Bacon, ISBN 9780205249008

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ADS 521 U820T
Foundations of Alcohol & Drug Prevention

Synonym #
13327

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Melissa Dittberner

Description
Past and current models of alcohol and other drug prevention will be studied to determine what led to their origin, strengths, weaknesses and effectiveness. Can be used for Alcohol/Drug Prevention Certification.

Prerequisites
ADS 116 and ADS 117 or ADS 420

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 522L U820T
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Continuum

Synonym #
13331

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Frank Zavadil

Description
The concepts that addiction treatment is a continuum from intervention through continuing care is emphasized along with students learning and demonstrating clinical treatment procedures. Students also practice the administration of screening and assessment instruments to identify addiction and other related problems in conjunction with developing an individualized treatment/continued care plan. The course can be used for South Dakota Addiction credentialing.

Prerequisites
ADS 552

Book Info
Taleff, M.J., (2006). Critical thinking for addiction professionals. Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036. ISBN# 0-8261-1824-0.

Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5 Desk Reference (2013). American Psychiatric Association, Arlington, VA. ISBN# 978-0-89042-556-5

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ADS 524 U820T
Psychopharmacology of Alcohol & Drug

Synonym #
13333

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Diane Sevening

Description
A study of the psychopharmacology of substance-related disorders coexisting with mental health disorders. Includes implications prescription drugs have for treating individuals with a dual diagnosis. Can be used for Alcohol/Drug Treatment or Prevention State Certification.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 700 U820T
Advanced Legal/Ethical Issues for the Addiction Professional

Synonym #
13337

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Erin Nielsen

Description
This course provides an in depth examination of advanced legal and ethical issues within the addiction profession. Students will integrate critical thinking with ethical decision making. Topics include (but are not limited to): CFR-42, HIPAA, emergency and involuntary commitment procedures, code of ethics, moral principles and virtues, multicultural perspectives, internet therapy and boundaries. In addition we will explore current ethical issues in the profession and what changes should be made for best clinical practice.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ADS 730 U820T
Addiction Studies Research

Synonym #
13338

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Mary Rogers

Description
This course is an introductory course in research methodology and design which teaches the student the basic and applied addiction research methods, program evaluation/skills necessary in both a clinical setting as well as the more traditional research setting.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Salkind, Neil J., (2017) Exploring Research, 9th Edition, Pearson-Prentice Hall

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ADS 755 U820T
Case Management & Assessment of Co-Occurring Disorders

Synonym #
13339

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Iris Craver

Description
An exploration of common issues, assessment instruments, and strategies for mental health and substance abuse professionals utilizing an entire system of care. The course will incorporate design, implementation, and management of treatment for individuals with co-occurring disorders.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Adult & Higher Education (AHED)

AHED 553 U820T
Personal and Organizational Change Management

Synonym #
30760

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/15/18

Instructor
Susan Santo

Description
This course explores the personal side of change, the difference between change and transition, and basic change theory related to organizations.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Bridges, W. (2004). Transitions: Making sense of life’s changes, 2nd ed. (25th Anniversary Edition). Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, a member of Perseus Books Group. ISBN: 978-0-7382-0904-3 (pbk).

Cameron, E., & Green, M. (2015). Making sense of change management, 4rd ed. Philadelphia: Kogan Page. ISBN: 978-0-7494-7258-0 (pbk).

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AHED 701 U820T
Adult Learning Theories

Synonym #
41480

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/22
100% refund date:
5/16/18

Instructor
Mike Avoseh

Description
Techniques of motivation, methodology, and evaluation in teaching adult classes and students.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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AHED 715 U820T
Foundations of Global Lifelong Learning

Synonym #
30761

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/22
100% refund date:
5/16/18

Instructor
Mike Avoseh

Description
The course examines the cultural, historical, and philosophical antecedents that are foundations for the paradigm shifts that herald the 21st century emphasis on global learning. The course also explores selected emerging learning theories and concepts that connect education to the realities of globalization, including andragogy, critical pedagogy, lifelong learning, active citizenship, diversity, social justice, technology, environmental and health issues, and democracy. Emphasis will be placed on the application of thoughts to the contemporary indicators above along comparative lines between North America and other select geographical areas of the globe as deemed appropriate.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
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AHED 730 U820T
Junior/Community College

Synonym #
30762

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Mike Avoseh

Description
An orientation to postsecondary education for students interested in working in a junior college.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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AHED 882 U820T
College Teaching

Synonym #
33886

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Susan Curtin

Description
An analysis of specific techniques and problems of college teaching as a career.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Anthropology (ANTH)

ANTH 335 U820T
Introduction to Forensic Science

Synonym #
13341

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Stephanie Spars

Description
A comprehensive survey of forensic science with technical and scientific detail that introduces the breadth and richness of forensic science, including introductions to forensic pathology, crime scene investigation, laboratory forensic science, forensic applications in the social sciences, and ending with ethical and legal issues. Laboratory activities will be incorporated throughout the course.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Saferstein, Richard. 2015 Forensic Science: From the Crime Scene to the Crime Lab, 3/E. Prentice Hall. ISBN-13: 9780133591286

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Art (ART)

ART 260 U820T
Digital Photography

Synonym #
14126

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Digital Photography will develop students’ skills in pixel-based photography. Students will recognize the similarities and differences between conventional film and digital photography. Using imaging software, they will access appropriate images for enhancement and creative image manipulation, to equip students to produce satisfying and meaningful art using digital photography.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Art History (ARTH)

ARTH 100 U820T
Art Appreciation: Critical Hits, Video Games As Art

Synonym #
17413

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Explores the nature of art in various aesthetic, formal, and psychological dimensions, involving analysis of art objects for understanding, enjoyment, and life enhancement.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
No required textbook.

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ARTH 100 U821T
Art Appreciation

Synonym #
17414

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
Carol Geu

Description
Explores the nature of art in various aesthetic, formal, and psychological dimensions, involving analysis of art objects for understanding, enjoyment, and life enhancement.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
DeWitte, Debra J., Ralph M. Larmann, and M. Kathryn Shields. Gateways to Art: Understanding the Visual Arts. Second Edition. New York: Thames and Hudson, 2015.

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ARTH 211 U820T
History of World Art I

Synonym #
17415

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
Carol Geu

Description
Art and architecture in the historical and contextual development of the role of visual arts including crafts, drawing, painting, sculptures and architecture, in the historical and cultural development of world civilizations from prehistory through the 14th century.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Stokstad, Marilyn and Michael W. Cothren. Art History. Volume 1. 6 th Edition. New York: Pearson Education Inc., 2018. ISBN-13: 978-0134479279 ISBN-10: 0134479270

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ARTH 212 U820T
History of World Art II

Synonym #
17416

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
Carol Geu

Description
Art and architecture in the historical and contextual development of the role of visual arts including crafts, drawing, painting, sculpture, and architecture, in the historical and cultural development of world civilization from the renaissance through the 20th century.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Stokstad, Marilyn and Michael W. Cothren. Art History. Volume 2. 6th Edition. New York: Pearson Education Inc., 2018. ISBN-13: 978-0134479262 ISBN-10: 0134479262

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ARTH 251 U820T
American Indian Art History

Synonym #
17417

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Carol Geu

Description
Surveys American Indian art ranging from traditional to contemporary.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Berlo, Janet Catherine and Ruth B. Phillips. Native North American Art. Oxford University Press, 2015. ISBN: 978-0-19-994754-6.

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Business Administration (BADM)

BADM 101 U820T
Survey of Business

Synonym #
26142

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/22
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course is an introduction to the basic business disciplines and the organization and management of the American enterprise system. It also introduces students to the necessary college level skills of critical thinking, effective communication and cooperative and effective learning.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 321 U820T
Business Statistics II

Synonym #
26143

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Mandie Weinandt

Description
This course focuses on statistical inference and forecasting. Topics, with business applications, include hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, correlation, simple linear and multiple regression and time series analysis. Utilization of statistical software is emphasized.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 323 U820T
Information Systems for Business Professionals

Synonym #
26145

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Bart Hanus

Description
This course provides the knowledge and understanding of how information systems can be used in a business organization for achieving competitive advantage. Student learning will be accomplished through the use of text, cases, hands-on computer laboratory exercises, and interaction with real-world businesses.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 350 U820T
Legal Environment of Business

Synonym #
26147

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This is a study of legal topics as they apply to the business environment. Topics include an introduction to the law, the U.S. Court system, legal process, government regulation, and criminal, tort, and contract issues.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 505 U820T
Foundations of Finance

Synonym #
26148

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course includes mathematics of finance, liquidity management, capital budgeting, liability management, and value creation.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 580 U820T
Foundations of Marketing & Organizational Behavior

Synonym #
26149

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Emily Paulson

Description
Foundations of Marketing and Organizational Behaviorprovide a broad conceptual background of fundamental knowledge inorganizational behavior and marketingfor graduate students who have an inadequate background in these subjects.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BADM 720 U820T
Quantitive Analysis

Synonym #
26150

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Ali Dag

Description
This course is the practical utilization of mathematics as an aid to the solution of business problems.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Biology (BIOL)

BIOL 105 U820T
Human Biology

Synonym #
20946

Credits
4

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Presents key biological principles that are characteristic of living things in general and human beings in particular, focusing on the application of these principles to the concerns of contemporary life.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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BIOL 310 U820T
Environmental Science

Synonym #
20947

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
A lecture discussion course dealing with human impact on the environment and on the use and misuses of our renewable and non-renewable resources, including air, water, soil and living organisms. Discussion of pertinent literature dealing with humans as a member of an ecological system.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
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Business Law (BLAW)

BLAW 456 U820T
Cyberlaw

Synonym #
26151

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Sarah Wittmuss

Description
Cyberlaw is a study of the legal aspects of managing technology in both the workplace and cyberspace. The course will focus on issues relating to electronic commerce, technology, intellectual property, and the internet. Social, legal, ethical, and political issues will be addressed with a global perspective.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
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BLAW 556 U820T
Cyberlaw

Synonym #
26152

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Sarah Wittmuss

Description
Cyberlaw is a study of the legal aspects of managing technology in both the workplace and cyberspace. The course will focus on issues relating to electronic commerce, technology, intellectual property, and the internet. Social, legal, ethical, and political issues will be addressed with a global perspective.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Chemistry (CHEM)

CHEM 106/106L U820T
Chemistry Survey & Lab

Synonym #
17419/17420

Credits
4

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Michael Slabaugh

Description
A one-semester survey of chemistry. Introduction to the properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, kinetics, equilibrium, states of matter, solutions, and acid-base concepts.

Prerequisites
MATH-101 MATH-102 MATH-115 MATH-120 MATH-121 MATH-123 MATH-125 MATH-281 MATH-ACT3 MATH-ACT4 MATH-SAT3 MATH-SAT4 MATH-ALG3 MATH-CALG1 MATH-CALG2 MATH-TRIG1 MATH-TRIG3 MATH-TRIG4 MATH-TRIG2 or MATH-TRIG5 Course 

Book Info
Chemistry for Today, 9th Edition by Seager and Slabaugh (ISBN 978-1-305- 96006-0) also accepted is the loose leaf custom text ISBN 978-1-337-70153-2.

Safety-Scale Laboratory Experiments, 9th Edition (978-1-305-96855-4) or loose leaf custom lab ISBN 1-337-70155-6 by Seager and Slabaugh.

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CHEM 107/107L U820T
Organic & Biochemistry Survey & Lab

Synonym #
17421/17422

Credits
4

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Michael Slabaugh

Description
A survey of organic and biological chemistry. A continuation of CHEM 106.

Prerequisites
CHEM 106

Book Info
Chemistry for Today, 9th Edition by Seager and Slabaugh (ISBN 978-1-305-96006-0) also accepted is the loose leaf custom text (ISBN 978-1-337-70154-9.

Safety-Scale Laboratory Experiments, 9th Edition (978-1-337- 70157-0) by Seager and Slabaugh.

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Criminal Justice (CJUS)

CJUS 335 U820T
Introduction to Forensic Science

Synonym #
13342

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Stephanie Spars

Description
A comprehensive survey of forensic science with technical and scientific detail that introduces the breadth and richness of forensic science, including introductions to forensic pathology, crime scene investigation, laboratory forensic science, forensic applications in the social sciences, and ending with ethical and legal issues. Laboratory activities will be incorporated throughout the course.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Saferstein, Richard. 2015 Forensic Science: From the Crime Scene to the Crime Lab, 3/E. Prentice Hall. ISBN-13: 9780133591286

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Classical Humanities (CLHU)

CLHU 101 U820T
Medical Terminology

Synonym #
20962

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Lisa Millen

Description
Analysis of word formation with special attention to Latin and Greek elements in medical terminology.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Counseling (COUN)

COUN 740 U820T
Psycho Pharmacy for Non-Med Hlth Profess.

Synonym #
13343

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
Philip Waalkes

Description
The general aims of this course are to provide the participants with information about the brain and the rest of the nervous system, various psychoactive agents commonly used in the treatment of mental disorders and actions and interactions thereof. Additionally, side effects and possible contraindications of pharmacotherapy and effect on the counseling process will be a focus of study. A tertiary aim of the course will be to discuss the ethical role of the mental health counselor who is a part of the mental health care team in pharmacotherapy.

Prerequisites
N/A

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COUN 743 U820T
Foundations of Addiction & Co-Occurring Disorders for Professional

Synonym #
13344

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Kathleen Rice

Description
Through this seminar course, learners will have the opportunity to 1) understand the etiology of addition co-occurring with mental illness; 2) survey current reviews of and research related to co-occurring disorders; 3) learn assessment strategies to determine presence of co-occurring disorders, 4) learn evidence-based counseling approaches to facilitate intervention and treatment when working with clients with co-occurring disorders; and 5) acquire knowledge to implement preventive strategies to assist clients. Learners may find the content useful in a variety of counseling settings and with diverse clients.

Prerequisites
COUN 737

Book Info
Capuzzi, D., & Stauffer, M. D. (2016). Foundations of Addictions Counseling (3rd ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. ISBN-10: 0133998649. ISBN-13: 9780133998641

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COUN 770 U820T
Clinical Supervisions: Training and Ethics

Synonym #
13346

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Seth Olson

Description
The Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program standards for counseling programs emphasize the need to incorporate a clinical supervision training course into the 60-hour Clinical Mental Health Specialization for M.A. students. This on-line course is designed to develop the supervisory knowledge, skills, and ethics base required to facilitate effective and sound supervision practice. To that end, this course will address content areas associated with the practice of supervision.

Prerequisites
N/A

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COUN 780 U820T
Counselors

Synonym #
13347

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
Maribeth Jorgensen

Description
This course first provides a broad view of the concepts and principles of crisis counseling. Students explore how crisis counseling can be implemented in various settings, addressing various problems/issues. Moreover, students will examine crisis counseling from a brief therapy point of view. The implications of natural and other disasters have for counselors are addressed.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Computer Science (CSC)

CSC 105 U820T
Introduction to Computers

Synonym #
13348

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Overview of computer applications with emphasis on word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation tools and Internet-based applications.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Dental Hygiene(DHYG)

DHYG 450 U820T
Dental Hygiene Leadership

Synonym #
23360

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Katie Williams

Description
This course will augment basic knowledge of leadership principles and roles. Topic areas to be discussed are leadership styles, characteristics, and values as well as strategies for effectiveness and efficiency. This course will focus on myriad opportunities for leadership in the healthcare arena, emphasizing the profession of dentistry.

Prerequisites
N/A

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DHYG 451 U820T
Current Trends in Dentistry

Synonym #
23362

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Carissa Regnerus

Description
This dynamic course will explore current issues, trends, technology, policy and legislation relating to the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene. This course builds on knowledge obtained in entry-level dental hygiene curricula.

Prerequisites
N/A

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DHYG 550 U820T
Dental Hygiene Leadership

Synonym #
23361

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Katie Williams

Description
This course will augment basic knowledge of leadership principles and roles. Topic areas to be discussed are leadership styles, characteristics, and values as well as strategies for effectiveness and efficiency. This course will focus on myriad opportunities for leadership in the healthcare arena, emphasizing the profession of dentistry.

Prerequisites
N/A

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DHYG 551 U820T
Current Trends in Dentistry

Synonym #
23363

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Carissa Regnerus

Description
This dynamic course will explore current issues, trends, technology, policy and legislation relating to the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene. This course builds on knowledge obtained in entry-level dental hygiene curricula.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Decision Sciences (DSCI )

DSCI 724 U820T
Data Mining for Managers

Synonym #
26154

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Ali Dag

Description
This course focuses on using statistical techniques to solve business problems such as identifying high value and/or high risk customers, analyzing consumer preferences, determining credit risk, and detecting fraud. The techniques covered include ordinary least squares (OLS) regression, logistic regression, discriminant analysis, factor analysis, and structural equation modeling (SEM). This course requires a PC-based laptop.

Prerequisites
BADM 220 or BADM 520 or equivalent

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Economics (ECON )

ECON 201 U820T
Principles of Microeconomics

Synonym #
26155

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/22
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
Kathryn Birkeland

Description
Principles of Microeconomics studies basic economic concepts as they relate to consumer, worker, and business decisions. Emphasis is given to satisfaction maximizing behavior by individuals and profit maximization by firms. Market structures are thoroughly analyzed regarding their effect on price, output, and competitiveness.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ECON 202 U820T
Principles of Macroeconomics

Synonym #
26156

Credits
3

Dates
6/25-8/3
100% refund date:
6/28/18

Instructor
Dave Carr

Description
Principles of Macroeconomics considers the economy as a whole, how its sectors interact, and how monetary and fiscal policy can influence output, inflation, interest rates, unemployment, poverty, debt, and other factors.

Prerequisites
ECON 201

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ECON 782 U820T
Managerial Economics

Synonym #
26157

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Managerial Economics utilizes microeconomic theory and econometric techniques to analyze business decision making. Major topics include demand analysis and estimation, forecasting, cost analysis and estimation, market structures, pricing strategies, and game theory.

Prerequisites
Both ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 202: Principles of Macroeconomics, or ECON 580: Foundations of Economics or equivalent;
and
Both Math 121: Survey of Calculus or equivalent and BADM 220: Business Statistics I or equivalent, or BADM 520: Foundations of Calculus and Statistics for Business or equivalent.

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Educational Administration (EDAD)

EDAD 701 U820T
Educational Administration

Synonym #
30763

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Kris Reed

Description
An introduction to (1) the organization, administration, and control of public education; and (2) the profession of educational administration, including task, process, and activity analysis. Open to non-majors. Required of all majors.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 701 U821T
Educational Administration

Synonym #
30764

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Kris Reed

Description
An introduction to (1) the organization, administration, and control of public education; and (2) the profession of educational administration, including task, process, and activity analysis. Open to non-majors. Required of all majors.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 710 U820T
Principal Leadership

Synonym #
30765

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Adam Zellmer

Description
Problems and practices in organizing and leading schools.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 710 U821T
Principal Leadership

Synonym #
30766

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Adam Zellmer

Description
Problems and practices in organizing and leading schools.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 715 U820T
Administration and Instructional Supervision

Synonym #
30768

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Tanya Rasmussen

Description
Administrator’s role in general supervision of educational programs.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 716 U820T
Administrator and Curriculum Development

Synonym #
30769

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Kris Reed

Description
Examination of the principles and practices essential to developing and administering curricular programs, including knowledge and understanding about measurability, scope and sequence, taxonomy, program designs, and the fit between a planned program and a taught or implemented one.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 720 U820T
Special Education Law/Adm

Synonym #
30770

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Mary Ring

Description
A study of the organizational structure and administrative procedures at the federal, state, and local governmental level used in special education service delivery systems.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Yell, M. (2016). The law and special education 4th Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. ISBN13: 9780131376090

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EDAD 721 U820T
Administration & Supervision of Special Education

Synonym #
30771

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Patty Ward-Maguire

Description
Development of a rational problem-solving approach through simulation activities and research concerning current problems in special education administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 735 U820T
School Law

Synonym #
30772

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/15/18

Instructor
Tanya Rasmussen

Description
Principles of law applicable to practical problems of school organization and administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 735 U821T
School Law

Synonym #
30773

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Fred Aderhold

Description
Principles of law applicable to practical problems of school organization and administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 740 U820T
School Community Relations

Synonym #
30775

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/15/18

Instructor
DeJong, David

Description
Community relations and personnel leadership at the building level.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDAD 832 U820T
Public School Facilities

Synonym #
30776

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Jerry Rasmussen

Description
Emphasis on educational facility planning for remodeling and new construction. Includes operation and maintenance.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Education Research (EDER)

EDER 761 U820T
Graduate Research & Design

Synonym #
13349

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Harry Freeman

Description
An introduction to the methods and skills important to the conduct and consumption of research.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDER 761 U821T
Graduate Research & Design

Synonym #
13350

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Lisa Newland

Description
An introduction to the methods and skills important to the conduct and consumption of research.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Educational Foundations (EDFN)

EDFN 475 U820T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13351

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Dan DeCino

Description
Focuses on characteristics, contributions, and strengths of a pluralistic society; various cultural perspectives and specific information about cultures; the dehumanizing impact of biases and negative stereotypes; and the human relations approach to teaching.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDFN 475 U821T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13353

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Dan DeCino

Description
Focuses on characteristics, contributions, and strengths of a pluralistic society; various cultural perspectives and specific information about cultures; the dehumanizing impact of biases and negative stereotypes; and the human relations approach to teaching.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDFN 475 U822T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13357

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Kathleen Rice

Description
Focuses on characteristics, contributions, and strengths of a pluralistic society; various cultural perspectives and specific information about cultures; the dehumanizing impact of biases and negative stereotypes; and the human relations approach to teaching.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Healey, J., F. & O’Brien, E. (2015). Race, ethnicity, gender, and class: The sociology of group conflict and change (7 th Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. IBSN: 978-1-4522-7573-4

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EDFN 475 U823T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13359

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
Maribeth Jorgensen

Description
Focuses on characteristics, contributions, and strengths of a pluralistic society; various cultural perspectives and specific information about cultures; the dehumanizing impact of biases and negative stereotypes; and the human relations approach to teaching.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDFN 575 U820T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13352

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Dan DeCino

Description
A study of cultural, prejudice, bias, sexism, and how to overcome their negative effects in school settings. Developing human-relations skills dealing with difficulties encountered between individuals. An introduction to multicultural issues that focus on ethnic and racial sectors within the American society. This course provides a format of consciousness raising.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDFN 575 U821T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13354

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Dan DeCino

Description
A study of cultural, prejudice, bias, sexism, and how to overcome their negative effects in school settings. Developing human-relations skills dealing with difficulties encountered between individuals. An introduction to multicultural issues that focus on ethnic and racial sectors within the American society. This course provides a format of consciousness raising.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EDFN 575 U822T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13358

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-7/6
100% refund date:
6/12/18

Instructor
Kathleen Rice

Description
A study of cultural, prejudice, bias, sexism, and how to overcome their negative effects in school settings. Developing human-relations skills dealing with difficulties encountered between individuals. An introduction to multicultural issues that focus on ethnic and racial sectors within the American society. This course provides a format of consciousness raising.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Healey, J., F. & O’Brien, E. (2015). Race, ethnicity, gender, and class: The sociology of group conflict and change (7 th Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. IBSN: 978-1-4522-7573-4

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EDFN 575 U823T
Human Relations

Synonym #
13360

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-6/8
100% refund date:
5/17/18

Instructor
Maribeth Jorgensen

Description
A study of cultural, prejudice, bias, sexism, and how to overcome their negative effects in school settings. Developing human-relations skills dealing with difficulties encountered between individuals. An introduction to multicultural issues that focus on ethnic and racial sectors within the American society. This course provides a format of consciousness raising.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Elementary Education (ELED)

ELED 121 U820T
Physical Science for Elementary Teachers

Synonym #
13361

Credits
2

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Cathy Ezrailson

Description
Selected content, materials and laboratory procedures in the physical sciences including physics and related chemistry and earth science for elementary majors.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ELED 121L U820T
Lab: Physical Science for Elementary Teachers

Synonym #
13363

Credits
1

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Cathy Ezrailson

Description
This lab course is designed to accompany ELED 121 Physical Science for Elementary Teachers focusing on the concepts, equipment, and techniques relevant to application of the principles of physical science.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ELED 755 U820T
Research and Practices in Reading

Synonym #
13364

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Keri Tisher

Description
Advanced study of theories and research that develops the foundation of the literacy process and instruction, the elements of a balanced, integrated and comprehensive literacy curriculum including on-line and offline materials, instructional practices and strategies for use with a diverse population in a literate environment.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ELED 766 U820T
Technology Integration for of Effective Instruction

Synonym #
13366

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
Don Versteeg

Description
This course investigates the teaching and learning process and how emerging technologies can be used to support the processes. Goals of the class will be accomplished through modeling, discussions, simulations, and practical hands-on experiences.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ELED 773 U820T
Research-based Methods for C&I

Synonym #
13365

Credits
3

Dates
6/11-8/3
100% refund date:
6/15/18

Instructor
Jing Williams

Description
This course will explore the current research and methodologies in curriculum, instruction, and assessment in teaching and learning in P-8 classrooms. Emphasis will be placed on using research-based methods and engaging students in meaningful learning.

Prerequisites
N/A

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ELED 883 U820T
Research & Practice in Reading for ELL K-Adult

Synonym #
23455

Credits
3

Dates
7/9-8/3
100% refund date:
7/10/18

Instructor
Popova Dyanis

Description
Advanced study of theories and research that develops the foundation of the literacy process and instruction, the elements of a balanced, integrated and comprehensive literacy curriculum including on-line and offline materials, instructional practices and strategies for use with English Language Learners K-Adult in a literate environment.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA)

EMPA 722 U820T
Budgetary & Fiscal Management

Synonym #
20972

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Arley Williams

Description
An analysis of governmental financial administration, including budget preparation and execution, and management of debt and public expenditures.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EMPA 723 U820T
Public Personnel Management

Synonym #
20978

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Lynita Newswander

Description
An examination of the process, procedures and problems of personnel administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EMPA 764 U820T
Research in Administrative Practice

Synonym #
20965

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Jacqueline Faulhaber

Description
Survey of various decision-making techniques and their application to administrative practice; introduction to the use of program evaluation, various research methods, and other analytical techniques in organizational settings.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Frankfurt, H.G. (2005). On bullshit. Frankfurt, Princeton University Press. ISBN: 0-691-12294-6.

Knowlton, L.W., & Phillips, C.C. (2013). The logic model guidebook: Better strategies for great results. (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage. ISBN Number: 9781452216751

Salkind, N.J. (2012). Exploring research. (8th ed.). Boston: Pearson. ISBN: 978-0-205-09381-6

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EMPA 764 U821T
Research in Administrative Practice

Synonym #
20967

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Jacqueline Faulhaber

Description
Survey of various decision-making techniques and their application to administrative practice; introduction to the use of program evaluation, various research methods, and other analytical techniques in organizational settings.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Frankfurt, H.G. (2005). On bullshit. Frankfurt, Princeton University Press. ISBN: 0-691-12294-6.

Knowlton, L.W., & Phillips, C.C. (2013). The logic model guidebook: Better strategies for great results. (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage. ISBN Number: 9781452216751

Salkind, N.J. (2012). Exploring research. (8th ed.). Boston: Pearson. ISBN: 978-0-205-09381-6

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EMPA 769 U820T
Administrative Thought and Ethics

Synonym #
20963

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Lynita Newswander

Description
A study of selected contributions in political theory and how they contribute to an analysis of public policy with emphasis on the role of ethical frameworks in public administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EMPA 769 U821T
Administrative Thought and Ethics

Synonym #
20964

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
A study of selected contributions in political theory and how they contribute to an analysis of public policy with emphasis on the role of ethical frameworks in public administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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EMPA 786 U820T
EMPA/MSAS Capstone

Synonym #
20969

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
Jacqueline Faulhaber

Description
Application of various research methodologies to problems in administrative practice; use of analytical techniques and statistical methods to identify solutions to problems in organizational settings.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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English (ENGL)

ENGL 033 U820T
Basic Writing

Synonym #
20980

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Intensive work in grammar and usage, punctuation, and paragraph development.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ENGL 101 U820T
Composition I

Synonym #
20981

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Practice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ENGL 101 U821T
Composition I

Synonym #
20982

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Practice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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ENGL 201 U820T
Composition II

Synonym #
20984

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Study of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 or UHON 110

Book Info
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ENGL 201 U821T
Composition II

Synonym #
20985

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Study of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 or UHON 110

Book Info
TBA

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ENGL 205 U820T
Business Writing

Synonym #
20986

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
A pre-professional course concentrating on the planning and writing of an extensive, business-focused research paper. Also covers effective letters, memos, position papers, and resumes.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 or UHON 110

Book Info
TBA

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ENGL 210 U820T
Introduction to Literature

Synonym #
20988

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Readings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101

Book Info
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ENGL 210 U821T
Introduction to Literature

Synonym #
20989

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Readings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101

Book Info
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ENGL 283 U820T
Creative Writing

Synonym #
20992

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course introduces students to the craft of writing, with readings and practice in at least two genres (including fiction, poetry, and drama).

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 or UHON 110

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ENGL 283 U821T
Creative Writing

Synonym #
20993

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course introduces students to the craft of writing, with readings and practice in at least two genres (including fiction, poetry, and drama).

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 or UHON 110

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ENGL 370 U820T
Critical Writing

Synonym #
20995

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course, which meets the University’s upper-division critical writing requirement for graduation, is an interdisciplinary writing course on a specific topic or theme. Course content includes readings from across the disciplines and emphasizes advanced research-based critical writing skills.

Prerequisites
ANTH 211, CJUS 202, ENGL 201, ENGL 205, ENGL 283, ENGL 284, POLS 202, SOC 211 or UNHON 211 and must have 60 credit hours completed or in progress.

Book Info
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Educational Psychology (EPSY)

EPSY 741 U820T
Cognitive Approaches to Educational Psychology

Synonym #
98499

Credits
3

Dates
8/21-12/13
100% refund date:
8/31/17

Instructor
Daniela Syed

Description
The principal theories of learning and motivation that underlie and unite these areas are also emphasized. Four major areas in educational psychology and their inter-relationships are studied including the specification of objectives, assessment of performance, identification of learners characteristics, and provision of instruction.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Bruning. Cognitive Psychology and Instruction ( ed.), PEARSON. ISBN: 9780132368971

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Earth Science (ESCI)

ESCI 101/101L U820T
Dynamic Earth w/Lab

Synonym #
13370/13371

Credits
4

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
Jeanne Fromm

Description
The study of Earth’s composition, landforms, geological processes, oceans and atmosphere. Laboratory includes study of minerals, rocks, topographic maps, and landforms.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Essentials of Geology/Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology “bundle.” Bundle ISBN: 978-0- 393-57273-5. Textbook is the 5th Edition, by Stephen Marshak, and lab manual is 3rd edition by Ludman and Marshak

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ESCI 103/103L U820T
Earth & Life Through Time w/Lab

Synonym #
13373/13374

Credits
4

Dates
5/14-7/6
100% refund date:
5/18/18

Instructor
Jeanne Fromm

Description
The study of the origin, history, and dynamic nature of Earth through geologic time. Laboratory includes study of geologic maps, earth structures, and fossils.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Earth System History, 4th Edition, by Steven M. Stanley and John A. Luczaj ISBN 13: 978-1-4292-5526-4 Laboratory Studies in Earth History, 10th Edition, by Levin and Smith ISBN: 13 978-0-07-809612-9

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General Studies (GS)

GS 491 U820T
BGS Capstone

Synonym #
20997

Credits
3

Dates
5/14-8/3
100% refund date:
5/21/18

Instructor
TBA

Description
Students complete individualized plans of study which include significant one-on-one student-teacher involvement. The faculty member and students negotiate the details of the study plans. Enrollments are usually 10 or fewer students. Meetings depend upon the requirements of the topic.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
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  • All online classes are password protected. Students must provide name, date of birth, and the last four digits of their social security number, to receive an email and password from the University of South Dakota. Access to online courses is managed through USD systems only and not a student's personal email.
  • Assessment of student learning in online classes often assists in student identity verification. Many tests are proctored in person by University employees at the University's statewide higher education centers in Pierre, Rapid City, and Sioux Falls, SD, and in Vermillion, SD, at the Division of Continuing and Distance Education. Students in other states make application for a professional proctor in their region who is approved by the University of South Dakota in advance of testing. The Proctor Application can be found here: Proctor Form. University staff evaluates carefully the proposed proctors assessing potential conflicts of interest. Approved proctors verify student identity prior to each test.
  • Finally, a growing number of online courses supplement instruction with web conferencing. This technology allows the professor to further authenticate identity through voice recognition and visual recognition if webcams are used.