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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 U821T
United States History I

Synonym #
45126

Credits
3

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

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

Book Info
Out of Many: A History of the American People, Brief Sixth Edition, Vol. 1, by John Mack Faragher, et. al. (ISBN: 9780205010639)

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Health (HLTH)

HLTH 103 U820T
Personal Health

Synonym #
17423

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Suzanne Williams

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

Book Info
TBA

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HLTH 103 U821T
Personal Health

Synonym #
19456

Credits
3

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

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

Book Info
TBA

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HLTH 300 U820T
Foundations of Health Education

Synonym #
19457

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Aimee Shea

Description
A comprehensive study of the historical, educational, social, and political foundations of health education, the roles and responsibilities of the health education specialist, professional associations and career opportunities in health education.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
The University of South Dakota. (2012). Foundations of Health Education (5th edition). San Francisco, CA: McGraw-Hill Publishers. [ISBN-13: 978-1-121-56508-1]

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HLTH 370 U820T
Stress Management

Synonym #
19458

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Laura Kruger

Description
The course is designed to help students deal with stressful situations in their lives. Successful management of stress has been shown to positively affect the performance of daily tasks and reduce the risks of many diseases. Students will learn management techniques and have the opportunity to act as peer counselors.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Donatelle, R.J. (2018). Access to Health, 15th Edition. San Francisco, CA: Pearson. ISBN: 97800134516257

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HLTH 422 U820T/U821T/U822T
Nutrition

Synonym #
19459/19461/19463

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Pao Ying Hsaio

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

Book Info
See syllabus.

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HLTH 522 U820T/U821T/U822T
Nutrition

Synonym #
19460/19462/19464

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Pao Ying Hsaio

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

Book Info
See syllabus.

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Human Resource Management (HRM)

HRM 460 U820T
Human Resource Management

Synonym #
26158

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Damian Lonsdale

Description
This course provides a survey of managerial practices with respect to the management of the human resource function and an introduction to the topic of human resource management as an occupational choice. Major areas of inquiry include recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits administration and work force integration and maintenance.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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HRM 560 U820T
Human Resource Management

Synonym #
26159

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Damian Lonsdale

Description
This course provides a survey of managerial practices with respect to the management of the human resource function and an introduction to the topic of human resource management as an occupational choice. Major areas of inquiry include recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits administration and work force integration and maintenance.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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Health Sciences (HSC)

HSC 250 U820T
Healthcare Terminology in the Clincal Setting

Synonym #
40791

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Amy Lynn Nelson

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

Book Info
TBA

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HSC 310 U820T
Health Care Delivery

Synonym #
13376

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Brad Beauvais

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

Book Info
Delivering Health Care in America. Shi. 7th Edition. 2015. Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 9781284124491

Publication Manual of the American psychological association. American Psychological Association. 6th Edition. 2010. American Psychological Association. ISBN: 1433805618

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HSC 315 U820T
Introduction to Public Health

Synonym #
34120

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Angela Landeen

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

Book Info
TBA

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HSC 350 U820T
Principles of Health Care

Synonym #
13377

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Kristi Leisinger

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

Book Info
Pozgar, G.D. (2014). Legal and ethical issues for health professionals (4th ed.), Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett. ISBN: 978-1284036794

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HSC 370 U820T
Computerized Medical Records & Regulatory Compliance

Synonym #
13379

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
Technology has become an enabler of solutions, with the healthcare industry doing business through the use of standardized electronic exchanges. This course focuses on the role of the electronic health record in a system’s information infrastructure and its essential role in complying with regulatory requirements.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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HSC 380 U820T
Health Literacy & Culture Care

Synonym #
13380

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Jamie Turgeon-Drake

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

Book Info
Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness 8th Edition. Rachel E. Spector ISBN-13: 978-0132840064 & ISBN-10: 0132840065

The Scalpel and the Silver Bear: The First Navajo Women Surgeon Combines Western Medicine and Traditional Healing, Lori Arviso Alvord, M.D. & Elizabeth Cohen Van Pelt

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HSC 440 U820T
Major Issues in Health & Human Services

Synonym #
13381

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Becky Wolff

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

Book Info
TBA

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HSC 440 U821T
Major Issues in Health & Human Services

Synonym #
13382

Credits
3

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

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

Book Info
TBA

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HSC 460 U820T
Leading Change

Synonym #
13383

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Becky Wolff

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

Book Info
See syllabus.

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American Indian Education(INED)

INED 411 U820T
South Dakota Indian Studies

Synonym #
13384

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Gary Cheeseman

Description
A basic knowledge of Indian history with emphasis on the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota speaking people. Current cultural issues are presented including values, family structures, traditional religion, fine arts, legends, economics, governmental policies, treaties, acts and related areas. Focuses on teaching methods, content and materials to equip students to teach bi-culturally.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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INED 411 U821T
South Dakota Indian Studies

Synonym #
13388

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Scott Fleming

Description
A basic knowledge of Indian history with emphasis on the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota speaking people. Current cultural issues are presented including values, family structures, traditional religion, fine arts, legends, economics, governmental policies, treaties, acts and related areas. Focuses on teaching methods, content and materials to equip students to teach bi-culturally.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Black Elk, N. (2000). Black Elk speaks: being the life story of a holy man of the Oglala Sioux. University of Nebraska Press. NE. ISBN 978-080-328-3916.

DeLoria, Vine Jr. (1988). Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK. ISBN 0-8061-2129-7.

Brown, Dee. (1970). Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee An Indian History of the American West. Illustrated Ed. Sterling, New Jersey. ISBN 978-140-279-3370.

DeLoria, Ella, Cara. Waterlily. (1988). University of Nebraska Press, NE. (Longleaf) ISBN 978- 080-321-9045.

Utter, J. 2002. American Indians: Answers to Today’s Questions (Civilization of the American Indian) University of Oklahoma Press. Norman, OK. Second Ed. ISBN-13: 978-0806133096.

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INED 511 U820T
South Dakota Indian Studies

Synonym #
13385

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Gary Cheeseman

Description
An introduction to the historical and contemporary life of the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota (Sioux Tribes). The following conceptual areas are addressed throughout the course: Indian values, family structures, traditional religion; Indian fine arts; legends; economics; governmental policies, treaties, and acts and related areas. The course focuses on teaching methods, context, and materials to equip students to teach biculturally.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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INED 511 U821T
South Dakota Indian Studies

Synonym #
13389

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Scott Fleming

Description
An introduction to the historical and contemporary life of the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota (Sioux Tribes). The following conceptual areas are addressed throughout the course: Indian values, family structures, traditional religion; Indian fine arts; legends; economics; governmental policies, treaties, and acts and related areas. The course focuses on teaching methods, context, and materials to equip students to teach biculturally.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Black Elk, N. (2000). Black Elk speaks: being the life story of a holy man of the Oglala Sioux. University of Nebraska Press. NE. ISBN 978-080-328-3916.

DeLoria, Vine Jr. (1988). Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK. ISBN 0-8061-2129-7.

Brown, Dee. (1970). Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee An Indian History of the American West. Illustrated Ed. Sterling, New Jersey. ISBN 978-140-279-3370.

DeLoria, Ella, Cara. Waterlily. (1988). University of Nebraska Press, NE. (Longleaf) ISBN 978- 080-321-9045.

Utter, J. 2002. American Indians: Answers to Today’s Questions (Civilization of the American Indian) University of Oklahoma Press. Norman, OK. Second Ed. ISBN-13: 978-0806133096.

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Kinesiology and Sport Management (KSM)

KSM 240 U820T
Organization & Administration of KSS

Synonym #
19465

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Dan Fitzsimmons

Description
This course investigates the concepts and strategies required to successfully manage exercise science and sport organizations. A case study approach will be utilized to provide the students with practical examples on a range of topics involving operational analysis, human resource management, affirmative action policies as well as effective hiring practices.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Pedersen, P.M. & Thibault, L. (Eds.). (2014). Contemporary Sport Management (5th edition). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. ISBN-13: 978-1-4504-6965-4

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KSM 244 U820T
American Sport in the 21st Century

Synonym #
19466

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Dan Fitzsimmons

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

Book Info
Coakley, J. (Ed.). (2015). Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies (11th edition). McGrawHill Education, 2 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121. ISBN: 978-0-07-802252-4

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KSM 453 U820T
Sport Psychology

Synonym #
19476

Credits
3

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

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

Book Info
Weinberg, Robert S. Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology 6th Edition (the Web Study Guide is optional) ISBN 9781450469814

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KSM 758 U820T
Sport Governance

Synonym #
19468

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Drew Pickett

Description
The major emphasis of this course is on governance issues within the sport industry. Influenced by basic concepts developed in other classes, the course examines how governing bodies function in the sport industry. Through practical application exercises, the student will apply managerial principles as well as concepts of governance.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Governance and Policy in Sport Organizations (3rd ed) by Hums & McLean.   ISBN- 978-1-934432-75-4

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KSM 782 U820T
New Media & Technology in Sport

Synonym #
19469

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Joseph Pederson

Description
This graduate level course provides students with an introduction to the means by which different sport brands and organizations are leveraging new media technologies.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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KSM 785 U820T
Legal Aspects of Sport

Synonym #
19470

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Drew Pickett

Description
This is a graduate level course relating to the application of constitutional law, contract law, and tort law to the sport industry. The course will also provide a legal framework concerning negligence, liability, and risk management practices pertaining sport businesses.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Sport Law: A Managerial Approach (3rd ed) by Sharp, Moorman, & Claussen.   ISBN: 978-1-62159-003-3

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Leadership (LDR)

LDR 404 U820T
Leadership Communication and Conflict Resolution

Synonym #
20999

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Rich Braunstein

Description
Focus on public speaking skills, composition skills, small group discussion skills, reasoned communication, use of modern technological tools of communication, principles of conflict resolution and mediation.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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LDR 504 U820T
Leadership Communication and Conflict Resolution

Synonym #
21000

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Rich Braunstein

Description
This course focuses on public speaking skills, composition skills, small-group discussion skills, reasoned communication, use of modern technology tools of communication, principles of conflict resolution and mediation.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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Learning Technologies (LT)

LT 712 U820T
Principles of Learning for Instructional Tech

Synonym #
13391

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Daniel Mourlam

Description
This course provides an overview of the application of teaching and learning theories for diverse audiences. The focus will be on creating learning environments that are active and learner centered. This course will emphasize individual and technological approaches to the acquisition, processing, and application of information from a variety of sources. Topics for discussion include problem-based and inquiry-guided learning, curriculum development, on-line learning, constructivist principles, web-based instruction, distance education, and best practices in technology integration.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Herring, M. C., Koehler, M. J., & Mishra, P. (Eds.). (2016). Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) for educators (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-77939-6

Larmer, J., Mergendoller, J., & Boss, S. (2015). Setting the standard for project based learning: A proven approach to rigorous classroom instruction. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Spector, J. M. (2016). Foundations of educational technology: Integrative approaches and interdisciplinary perspectives (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-79028-5

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Math (MATH)

MATH 095 U820T
Pre-College Algebra

Synonym #
13392

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Kristen Maxon

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

Book Info
See syllabus.

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MATH 102 U820T
College Algebra

Synonym #
13394

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Shannon Kortan

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
MATH 095; or MATH 101 with a grade of C or better; or appropriate placement based on standardized testing.

Book Info
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MATH 102 U821T
College Algebra

Synonym #
13395

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Shannon Kortan

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
MATH 095; or MATH 101 with a grade of C or better; or appropriate placement based on standardized testing.

Book Info
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MATH 102 U822T
College Algebra

Synonym #
43689

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Kristen Maxon

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
MATH 095; or MATH 101 with a grade of C or better; or appropriate placement based on standardized testing.

Book Info
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MATH 121 U820T
Survey of Calculus

Synonym #
13396

Credits
4

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

Instructor
Shannon Kortan

Description
A survey of calculus including an intuitive approach to limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration with an emphasis on applications of the derivative and the integral as well as topics from multivariable calculus.

Prerequisites
MATH 102 or 115 or appropriate mathematics placement

Book Info
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MATH 123 U820T
Calculus

Synonym #
13397

Credits
4

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

Instructor
Catalin Georgescu

Description
The study of limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of the derivative, antiderivatives, the definite and indefinite integral, and the fundamental theorem of calculus.

Prerequisites
MATH 115 or appropriate mathematics placement

Book Info
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MATH 125 U820T
Calculus II

Synonym #
13398

Credits
4

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

Instructor
Yuhlong Lio

Description
A continuation of the study of calculus, including the study of sequences, series, polar coordinates, parametric equations, techniques of integration, applications of integration, indeterminate forms, and improper integrals.

Prerequisites
MATH 123

Book Info
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Media & Journalism (MCOM)

MCOM 151 U820T
Introduction to Mass Communications

Synonym #
21003

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Tanner Sifferath

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

Book Info
Mass Media Revolution, by J. Charles Sterin, 2nd ed., 2014, New York: Pearson. ISBN: 13: 978-0-205-89099-6, and 10: 0-205-89099-7.

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MCOM 210 U820T
Basic Newswriting

Synonym #
21004

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Janet Davison

Description
Introduces students to gathering, evaluating and writing news.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
The Responsible Journalist: An Introduction to News Reporting and Writing, by Jennie Dear and Faron Scott, 2015, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 978-0-19-973234-0.

The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law, 2017, Associated Press. ISBN: 978-0-465-09304-5.

Any national, daily newspaper of your choice: USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, etc.

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MCOM 241 U820T
Social Media Marketing

Synonym #
21005

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Travis Loof

Description
This course introduces fundamental concepts in social media and best practices in online community building. Students will gain an understanding of using social media to create meaningful relationships with customers, clients and colleagues.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
“Contagious: Why Things Catch On” by Jonah Berger. ISBN: 978-1451686586

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Microbiology (MICR)

MICR 230 U820T/U821T
Basic Microbiology

Synonym #
13399/13400

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

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

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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MICR 232 U820T/U821T
Basic Microbiology Lab

Synonym #
13402/13403

Credits
1

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

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

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

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
See syllabus.

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Master of Science in Administration (MSAS)

MSAS 764 U820T
Research in Administrative Practice

Synonym #
20966

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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MSAS 764 U821T
Research in Administrative Practice

Synonym #
20968

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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MSAS 786 U820T
EMPA/MSAS Capstone

Synonym #
20970

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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Music (MUS)

MUS 100 U820T
Music Appreciation: Classical

Synonym #
13406

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Paul Lombardi

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

Book Info
TBA

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MUS 100 U821T/U823T
Music Appreciation: Rock & Roll

Synonym #
13407/13409

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Dave Moskowitz

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

Book Info
See syllabus.

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MUS 100 U822T
Music Appreciation: Introduction to Music Theory

Synonym #
13408

Credits
3

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

Instructor
Paul Lombardi

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

Book Info
TBA

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MUS 715 U821T
Music Theory Analysis Educator

Synonym #
40887

Credits
2

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

Instructor
Paul Lombardi

Description
This course examines useful and practical approaches of score analysis, formal structures, and organizational systems for the benefit of music educators.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
TBA

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MUS 738 U820T
Classical Music History Educator

Synonym #
40885

Credits
2

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

Instructor
Dave Moskowitz

Description
This course is a survey and analysis of music literature, composers, and history specific to the Classical period (1750-1800). The course will investigate music of the time period and its influence on musical development with particular attention paid to repertoire suitable for music educators and how these concepts can be included in music curriculum.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Pauly, Reinhard. Music in the Classic Period. 4th Edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Publishers, 2000. ISBN: 0-13-011502-9

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MUS 739 U820T
Romantic Music History Educator

Synonym #
40886

Credits
2

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

Instructor
Dave Moskowitz

Description
This course is a survey and analysis of music literature, composers, and history specific to the Romantic period (1800-1900). The course will investigate music of the time period and its influence on musical development with particular attention paid to repertoire suitable for music educators and how these concepts can be included in music curriculum.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Longyear, Rey. Nineteenth Century Romanticism in Music. 3rd ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1988. 0-13-622697-3

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MUS 750 U820T
The School Music Program: Teaching the Adolescent Learner

Synonym #
13411

Credits
3

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

Instructor
David Sanderson

Description
Current practices and problems in music education.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Butler, G., & McManus, F. (2014). Psychology: A very short introduction. (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0199670420

Lehmann, A. C., Sloboda, J. A., & Woody, R. H. (2007). Psychology for musicians: Understanding and acquiring the skills. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195146103

Smith, P. K. (2016). Adolescence: A very short introduction. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0199665663

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MUS 781 U820T
Introduction to Music Bibliography

Synonym #
13412

Credits
2

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

Instructor
Dave Moskowitz

Description
Surveys of music bibliography with appropriate research assignments.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Thesis, and Dissertations, 8th ed., Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2013. ISBN-10: 0-226-81638-9 ISBN-13: 978-0-226-81638-8

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