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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.

History (HIST)

HIST 151 U820T
United States History I

Synonym #
23268

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Mark Madsen

Description
Surveys the background and development of the United States from its colonial origins to the Civil War and reconstruction.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HIST 152 U820T
United States History II

Synonym #
23269

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Mark Madsen

Description
Surveys development of the United States since the Civil War and reconstruction.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Health (HLTH)

HLTH 103 U820T
Personal Health

Synonym #
23640

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Aimee Shea

Description
The dynamics of health in modern life in a rapidly changing world; modern concepts of health, disease, and longevity; current medical findings relative to emotional health, human sexuality, family planning, disease control, environmental health, and quackery are included.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HLTH 422 U820T
Nutrition

Synonym #
23644

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course investigates the science of food relative to human performance, nutrition, and health education. Areas of emphasis include nutrient chemistry, function, and interactions; energy consumption and metabolism; and resources for nutrition education.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HLTH 522 U820T
Nutrition

Synonym #
23645

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course investigates the science of food relative to human performance, nutrition, and health education. Areas of emphasis include nutrient chemistry, function, and interactions; energy consumption and metabolism; and resources for nutrition education.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Health Service Administration (HSAD)

HSAD 460 U820T
Advanced Long Term Care Administration

Synonym #
35162

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Advanced Long-Term Care Administration continues and further develops the theory and practice of long-term care administration. Emphasis is placed on review and preparation for the licensing examination of the National Association of Boards of Examiners for Nursing Home Administration.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSAD 560 U820T
Administration of Long - Term Care

Synonym #
35163

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course examines effective administration of long-term care institutions. Students will examine the laws and regulations pertaining to long-term care facilities such as service reimbursement, services provided, organization, as well as the knowledge and skills essential to effective management in the long-term care setting.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSAD 770 U820T
Adv. Healthcare Management

Synonym #
35165

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Jewel Shepherd

Description
This course provides a system’s perspective of health services administration by integrating concepts across all functional business areas. Students learn to utilize effective decision making techniques in identifying and solving resource problems. The course develops skills in defining strategic and operational management problems and understanding the complex nature of management decisions. The course explores recent trends, issues, and relevant regulatory standards and change efforts including risk assessment that impact resource management in health services delivery.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Health Sciences (HSC)

HSC 110 U820T
The Interprofessional Health Term

Synonym #
23312

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
The course provides an introduction to a wide variety of specialty areas in the health sciences professions. Service learning and other forms of experiential learning present the opportunity to function in a beginning role as a member of an interprofessional health team.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 250 U820T
Healthcare Terminology in the Clinical Setting

Synonym #
23313

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Healthcare practitioners utilize specialized terminology common across the healthcare professions. This course serves as a solid foundation to enhance understanding of the specialized terminology and jump-start learning for those students interested in a large variety of health care careers. Realistic patient case studies provide the opportunity for application and enhanced retention of the healthcare terminology.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 305 U820T
Professional Communication and Relationship Centered Care

Synonym #
23314

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course provides an opportunity to explore human relations in health care organizations. The dimensions of relationship centered care and its role in a reformed system of care are explored. Includes respectful communication essential to working as a member of the interprofessional team.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 310 U820T
Health Care Delivery

Synonym #
23315

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Health Care Delivery explores the history of health care delivery and how it has evolved to the current state. Contemporary trends in health care and ethical issues are considered. The importance of a system approach is emphasized. The continuum of care and the role of providers are discussed. The influence of reimbursement, payment processes, regulations, compliance demands, standards, quality assurance, and accreditation are explored.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 315 U820T
Introduction to Public Health

Synonym #
23316

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course will cover the key elements of public health using an evidence-based population health approach. Students will explore through case studies the history, mission, essential services, core function, infrastructure, and care options. This course will use the United States public health system as its focus, but students will be exposed to global issues, views, and case studies from an international perspective.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 320 U820T
Epidemiology

Synonym #
23317

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course will cover the key elements of epidemiology, integrating quantitative thinking, inquiry and analysis, and teamwork. Student will explore the terminology, experimental designs, and application of epidemiology to public health problems. Key sources of epidemiological data will be examined, as will the principles, promise, and problems of public health programs. Students will learn to calculate and interpret basic epidemiological measures and reports.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 330 U820T
Native People's Health Care, Promotion & Policy

Synonym #
23318

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course addresses healthcare systems, policy, and health conditions common to Native Peoples. The course also studies environmentally related illness, healthy environments and innovative healing and illness prevention strategies in a current Native context.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 350 U820T
Principle of Health Care

Synonym #
23319

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
The course focuses on professional attitudes, knowledge and skills essential in health care. Compassion, accountability, ethics, integrity and medical law are addressed. Roles of the professional, including civic engagement, stewardship, leadership and responsibility to the health of the community are explored.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 360 U820T
Technology in Care Delivery

Synonym #
23320

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course focuses on the technologies essential to health care delivery. Technical, organizational, and cost-benefit issues related to health care information systems, including clinical decision support, integrated networking, distributed computing technologies, and telemedicine applications are explored.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 380 U820T
Health Literacy & Culture Care

Synonym #
23321

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
“What do I need to know to care for you and to meet your needs?” forms the basis for this course. Familiarizes the student with necessary adaptations to healthcare delivery that reflect an understanding of diversity between and within cultures. Health literacy and the ability to obtain, process, and understand health information needed to make informed health decisions are studied in relation to health outcomes.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 440 U820T
Major Issues in Health & Human Services

Synonym #
23323

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Examines the major issues which influence health and human services and their delivery. The healthcare needs of a diverse and multicultural population and healthcare disparities and strategies to address these needs are explored. Includes special populations service provision, advocacy, patient/client-centered care, psycho-social aspects of disease and wellness, health promotion and education, quality and cost controls, and interprofessional team approaches to service delivery.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 450 U820T
Patient Safety-Quality Improvement

Synonym #
23324

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Adverse clinical events occur within health care systems causing physical and psychological harm to patients, their families and staff. This course provides the opportunity to develop skills in quality improvement, patient safety, teamwork, leadership, and patient-centered care. These are essential skills needed by all healthcare professionals.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 460 U820T
Leading Change

Synonym #
23325

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
The Health Sciences Major portfolio is finalized, including a personal assessment of competencies achievement. Classroom and self-directed learning activities foster the development of core knowledge, skills and values that support the development of leadership skills. Entrepreneurial thinking is explored. The course provides an introduction to the basics of developing a health business plan.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 475 U820T
Process & Outcomes Evaluation

Synonym #
23326

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Continuous Improvement efforts are intensifying across the healthcare continuum. The Toyota Production System (TPS) has transformed the auto manufacturing industry, and has recently been adopted by many healthcare institutions. This process improvement methodology will be studied as it applies to healthcare processes, utilizing hands on activities designed to highlight the key components of Pull, Single Piece Flow, Standard Work, and 5S. Case studies focusing on current efforts to reduce waste and improve quality in healthcare will be reviewed.

Prerequisites
N/A

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HSC 890 U820T
Sem: PhD & Scholarly Forum

Synonym #
TBA

Credits
1

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A highly focused and topical course. The format includes student presentations and discussions of reports based on literature, practices, problems, and research. Seminars may be conducted over electronic media, such as internet, and are at the upper division or graduate levels. Enrollment is generally limited to 20 or fewer students.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Kinesiology and Sport Management (KSM)

KSM 244 U820T
American Sport in the 21st Century

Synonym #
23653

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Lucky Huber

Description
This course is designed to give the students an understanding of the internal and external factors that shape sport in American culture. This course will analyze how sport mirrors societal changes and how sociological phenomena affect participation and behavior.

Prerequisites
N/A

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KSM 453 U820T
Sport Psychology

Synonym #
23654

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Laura Kruger

Description
This course examines the effects of psychological factors, such as personality, motivation, group dynamics, psychomotor activity, and other psychological aspects of sports on participation and performance, as well as examining the effects of participation on the psychological make-up of the individual.

Prerequisites
N/A

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KSM 746 U820T
Sport Facility & Risk Management Crosslisted with on campus section

Synonym #
23655

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Robin Ammon

Description
While arenas, golf courses, stadiums and fitness centers have distinctive footprints many of their standard operating procedures are similar. The course will present students with the skill set necessary to manage sport venues while at the same time emphasizing the risk management principles to operate this venues successfully.

Prerequisites
N/A

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KSM 783 U820T
Sport Marketing & Promotions Crosslisted with on campus section

Synonym #
23656

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Drew Pickett

Description
This course is designed to provide the student with the basic knowledge and understanding of promotional, marketing, and marketing strategies in sport organizations. It will offer a thorough understanding of the key concepts, principles and procedures related to sport marketing and the promotion of the sport product. The course will attempt to provide guidelines for organizing successful marketing campaigns and research projects.

Prerequisites
N/A

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KSM 787 U820T
Current Issues in Sport Management Crosslisted with on campus section

Synonym #
23657

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Ashley Baker

Description
Current Issues in Sport Management examines emerging matters, various activities and occurring/anticipated trends in the field of sport management. Topics may include professional management issues of legal, ethical, and social relevance such as public perception/branding in times of performance-enhancing drug scandals, contract cost scrutiny, etc.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Learning Technologies (LT)

LT 731 U820T
Multimedia Production

Synonym #
23658

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Don Versteeg

Description
The emphasis will be on hands-on production of graphics, text and animated resources. Use of audio and video resources are introduced. Students will primarily use computers, scanners, and digital still cameras to produce multimedia resources. This course covers principles of visual design, use of color and the creation of interactive multimedia lessons, presentations and training materials.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS)

MAIS 710 U820T
Ethical Leadership

Synonym #
44110

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course will examine the unique ethical challenges faced by leaders with an emphasis on building ethical competency through self-assessment, challenge, and feedback. Topics include virtue ethics, evil, forgiveness, moral theories, transformational leadership, servant leadership, ethical group problem solving, organizational integrity, managing ethical diversity and ethical crisis leadership.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Math (MATH)

MATH 095 U820T
Pre-College Algebra

Synonym #
23270

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course prepares students for college level mathematics. Topics include basic properties of real numbers, exponents & radicals, rectangular coordinate geometry, solutions to linear and quadratic equations, systems of equations, inequalities, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, and an introduction to functions such as polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions. Note: This is a remedial level course. No credit for MATH 095 will be granted for graduation.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MATH 102 U820T
College Algebra

Synonym #
23273

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Equations and inequalities; polynomial functions and graphs, exponents, radicals, binomial theorem, zeros of polynomials; systems of equations; exponential, logarithmic, and inverse functions, applications and graphs. Other topics selected from sequences, series, and complex numbers.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MATH 104 U820T
Finite Mathematics

Synonym #
23276

Credits
4

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Linear systems of equations, matrices, linear programming, mathematics of finance, probability, statistics, and other topics.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Media & Journalism (MCOM)

MCOM 151 U820T
Introduction to Mass Communications

Synonym #
44111

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A comprehensive look at the mass media in the United States and the world. Includes discussions of newspapers, magazines, radio, television, books, movies, recordings, advertising and public relations. Also studies mass media rights and responsibilities, ethics and censorship.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Microbiology (MICR)

MICR 230 U820T/U821T
Basic Microbiology

Synonym #
23659/23660

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
A survey course in Microbiology designed for nursing and dental hygiene majors.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MICR 232 U820T/U821T/U822T/U823T
Basic Microbiology Lab

Synonym #
23663/23664/23665/23666

Credits
1

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Daniel Bird

Description
The accompanying laboratory experience for MICR 230 (Basic Microbiology).

Prerequisites
N/A

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Marketing (MKTG)

MKTG 475 U820T
Consumer Behavior

Synonym #
TBA

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course is a study of the various factors that influence consumers in their decisions relative to buying, using and disposing of goods, services and ideas. The course examines concepts and theories from the behavioral sciences and analyzes their application in developing marketing strategies.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MKTG 575 U820T
Consumer Behavior

Synonym #
TBA

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
This course is a study of the various factors that influence consumers in their decisions relative to buying, using and disposing of goods, services and ideas. The course examines concepts and theories from the behavioral sciences and analyzes their application in developing marketing strategies.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Middle Level Education (MLED)

MLED 731 U820T
Middle Level Education Curriculum

Synonym #
23667

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Lisa Hazlett

Description
The history, philosophy, organization, instruction and curriculum of middle level education.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)

MLS 415 U820T
Communicable Diseases & Public Health

Synonym #
23277

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Infectious diseases and infection control are major safety concerns in today’s global world. The course will provide foundational knowledge to support professionals in medical laboratory science, public health, and other health care disciplines to better understand the general theories of infection control, communication processes, and the responsibilities laboratories, health care professionals and public health officials have in developing policies and practices during episodes of infectious disease outbreaks, locally and globally.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Master of Science in Administration (MSAS)

MSAS 763 U820T
Professional Writing for Administration

Synonym #
44113

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Lynita Newswander

Description
Elements of effective administrative writing, research and technical writing, decision memoranda, grant writing, request for proposals, and annual reports.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MSAS 764 U820T
Research in Administrative Practice

Synonym #
44066

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Jackie 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

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MSAS 786 U820T
MSAS Capstone

Synonym #
44068

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Jackie 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

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Music (MUS)

MUS 100 U820T
Music Appreciation: Classical

Synonym #
23278

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 100 U821T
Music Appreciation: Jazz

Synonym #
23279

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 100 U822T
Music Appreciation : Rock & Roll

Synonym #
23281

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 100 U823T
Music Appreciation: Introduction to Music Theory

Synonym #
23282

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 240 U820T
Music Cultures of the World

Synonym #
45309

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
Amy Laursen

Description
The development of music and instruments as related to the music literature, social and cultural aspects of the various historical periods of music.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 733 U820T
Twentieth-Century Music Literature

Synonym #
23286

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
Detailed analytic study of the major styles from 1900 to the present. Chromatic, Atonal, Polytonal, and Serial analysis. Course is required for Master of Music - Music History specialization.

Prerequisites
N/A

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MUS 780 U820T
Concepts in Music Education

Synonym #
23287

Credits
3

Dates
1/7-5/3
100% refund date:
1/16/19

Instructor
TBA

Description
The study of the historical, philosophical and psychological perspectives as related to the teaching of music and its application to curriculum writing.

Prerequisites
N/A

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Student Identity Verification Measures

  • 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.