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ACCTCY 2010 Section 01: Introduction to Accounting

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to accounting for non-business majors. Emphasis on introducing students to business operations, as well as preparing and using management information and financial accounting information for business decisions (does not count as either ACCTCY 2036 or ACCTCY 2037). Prerequisites: sophomore standing.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Carl Prestigiacomo
F2F 115 Cornell Hall |

ACCTCY 2026 Section 02: Accounting I

Semester-based
Description: An introduction to the field of accounting, this course covers the fundamentals of financial accounting. Business students at UMC must have advisor's approval. Credit may not be earned for both ACCTCY 2026 and ACCTCY 2036. Prerequisites: Sophomore Standing.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Erin Anderson
F2F 115 Cornell |

AG_EC 1041 Section 01: Applied Microeconomics

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the microeconomic principles and their application to decision-making in agribusinesses. Consumer decision analysis, producer goals and optimization and the market environment where they meet and trade. Applications to current issues. Students who complete AG_EC 1041 may not have credit for ECONOM 1014.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jamille Palacios Rivera

AG_EC 1200 Section 01: Applied Computer Applications

Semester-based
Description: This course is an applied problem based learning opportunity for students to gain Excel spreadsheet related skills critical to careers in agriculture, food and natural resources. Students will learn intermediate and advanced spreadsheet skills essential for problem solving and decision making in these biologically influenced fields.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Matthew Sveum

AG_EC 2183 Section 01: The Agricultural Marketing System

Semester-based
Description: Analysis of marketing systems that transforms agricultural products into food products. Examines functions and institutions in marketing and distributing food from both micro and macro perspectives. Prerequisites: AG_EC 1041 or ECONOM 1014. Recommended: AG_EC 1042 or ECONOM 1015.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Joseph Parcell

AG_EC 3150 Section 02: International Agribusiness

Semester-based
Description: This course covers the primary factors that shape the business environment for food and agricultural firms conducting business across borders. The course examines how culture, institutions and public policy affect business operations and business strategies. Prerequisites: AG_EC 2183.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Christian Boessen

AG_EC 4940 Section 02: Internship Opportunities

Semester-based
Description: Combines study, observation, and employment in a public agency or private firm in marketing, farm management, or credit. Staff supervision and evaluation. Reports required. Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Recommended: 75 hours completed.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jill Moreland

AG_EC 4940 Section 03: Internship Opportunities

Semester-based
Description: Combines study, observation, and employment in a public agency or private firm in marketing, farm management, or credit. Staff supervision and evaluation. Reports required. Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Recommended: 75 hours completed.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jill Moreland

AG_EC 4940 Section 04: Internship Opportunities

Semester-based
Description: Combines study, observation, and employment in a public agency or private firm in marketing, farm management, or credit. Staff supervision and evaluation. Reports required. Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Recommended: 75 hours completed.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jill Moreland

AG_ED_LD 2250 Section 01: Introduction to Leadership

Semester-based
Description: Overview of basic leadership principles and theories, including, but not limited to: personal leadership development, characteristics of effective leaders, leadership styles, ethics as a leader and leadership obstacles.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate

AG_ED_LD 4087 Section 01: Internship Seminar in Agricultural Education and Leadership (Youth Development Academy)

Semester-based
Description: Seminar focused on the problems of practice and developing skills needed for a career in teaching agriculture at the secondary level. The core of the seminar is on coordinating experiential learning and leadership development activities, managing the complete program, and professional development. Corequisites: AG_ED_LD 4995.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Henness
St. Louis, MO-UMSL Campus |

AG_S_M 4020 Section 02: Agricultural Safety and Health

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with AG_S_M 7020). Analysis, organization and implementation of agriculture safety ). and health programs. Physical and economic impact of accidents, standards and liabilities. Role of man in the man-machine system. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing or instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Karen Funkenbusch

AG_S_M 4940 Section 02: Agricultural Systems Management Internship

Semester-based
Description: Combines study, observation, and employment with industry or government agency in an area of Agricultural Systems Management. A special problem / learning experience is selected by internship company representative, faculty problem advisor and student. Written and oral reports evaluated by faculty. Prerequisites: Instructor's consent. Recommended: Sophomore standing and minor or major in Agricultural Systems Management.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Brian Robertson, Dr. Leon Schumacher
Arranged |

AN_SCI 3085 Section 51: Problems in Animal Science (Farrowing Management)

Semester-based
Description: Current problems in animal breeding, nutrition, livestock production and management, meats. Assigned topics. In some cases student may undertake a project by outlining objectives, planning work, keeping records and summarizing results in written report. Some sections may be graded either on S/U or A-F basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kara Stewart

AN_SCI 4940 Section 04: Internship in Animal Science & Technology

Semester-based
Description: Off-campus training to develop technical skills and understanding of an area of animal science. Written reports required. Graded on an S/U basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Hannah Twenter

AN_SCI 4940 Section 05: Internship in Animal Science & Technology

Semester-based
Description: Off-campus training to develop technical skills and understanding of an area of animal science. Written reports required. Graded on an S/U basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Trista Strauch

ANTHRO 1350 Section 03: Deviance: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

Semester-based
Description: Cross-cultural studies of problem behavior with emphasis on violence, suicide, sexual misconduct, drug use and mental disorder.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Michael Robbins

ANTHRO 2030W Section 01: Cultural Anthropology - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Analysis of human cultures with emphasis on both constant and variable factors at different levels of social complexity; contact between cultures, and cultural influences on individual behavior.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Michael Robbins

ANTHRO 3600 Section 01: North American Indian Culture

Semester-based
Description: Comparative study of American Indians north of Mexico, emphasizes eastern United States.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Celeste Henrickson

ARCHST 2323 Section 01: Sustainable Building Design Fundamentals

Semester-based
Description: Environmental concerns addressed by green building design practices for consumers and owners of homes and businesses. Overview of how green buildings improve prospects for ecology, economy, social equity, and human health. Hands-on lab experiments reference national performance standards for decision making in sustainable building projects. Emphasis on energy and water use, sustainable sites, environmentally friendly building products, indoor air quality, and design for sustainable behaviors. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Heath Pickerill

ARCHST 2620 Section 01: People, Places and Design

Semester-based
Description: Understanding human behavior and interaction with environments; the influence of architectural design on built places. Practical application for design.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ruth B. Tofle

ARCHST 4085 Section 01: Problems in Architectural Studies (Neocon)

Semester-based
Description: Supervised independent work. Prerequisite: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ruth B. Tofle

ARCHST 4430 Section 01: Guiding Design with Historic Preservation

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with ARCHST 7430). Approaches to historic preservation; historic roots of architecture and interiors; regulations and design guidelines governing intervention; assessing significance of historic properties. Recommended: American History or Government, or Art History.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ruth B. Tofle

ARCHST 4940 Section 01: Internship in Environmental Design

Semester-based
Description: Field experience in design under professional and educational supervision. Graded on S/U basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ruth B. Tofle

ART_GNRL 1020 Section 02A: Appreciation of Art

Semester-based
Description: Illustrated discussion with examples from varied historic and contemporary art fields on nature of art, functions, methods of creative expression. One section is writing intensive each semester and the other is NON writing intensive each semester. Prerequisites: ENGLSH 1000 may be required on some sections.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Patti Shanks

ART_GNRL 1020 Section 03A: Appreciation of Art

Semester-based
Description: Illustrated discussion with examples from varied historic and contemporary art fields on nature of art, functions, methods of creative expression. One section is writing intensive each semester and the other is NON writing intensive each semester. Prerequisites: ENGLSH 1000 may be required on some sections.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Patti Shanks

ASTRON 1010 Section 01: Introduction to Astronomy

Semester-based
Description: Survey of methods of astronomy; description of the solar system, stellar astronomy, structure of the galaxy and the universe. Three hours of lecture and one hour of lab per week (scheduled by the instructor). Satisfies physical science laboratory requirement. Laboratory section: Survey of astronomical methods, instruments, observations and measurement techniques. Recommended: MATH 1100 or MATH 1120 or equivalent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Wouter Montfrooij

BIOL_EN 2080 Section 01: Introduction to Programming for Engineers

Semester-based
Description: This course teaches how to write scientific programs for analysis of data and simulation of physical phenomena using Matlab. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: MATH 1500.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Gang Yao

BIOL_EN 2180 Section 01: Engineering Analysis of Bioprocesses

Semester-based
Description: Material and Energy Balances. Integrating principles of physics, chemistry and mathematics to analyze steady state and transient biological/biomedical processes. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: MATH 1700, CHEM 1320, PHYSCS 2750. Restricted to Biological Engineering students only. Recommended: BIOL_EN 2080.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Melissa Collins

BIOL_EN 3075 Section 01: Introduction to Materials Engineering

Semester-based
Description: Course covers concepts and techniques in materials engineering from an engineering design perspective, materials requirements for design, and fundamentals; intended for undergraduate engineering students. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: MATH 2300, ENGINR 1200. Corequisites: One of the following BIOL_EN 3180, CH_ENG 3261, MAE 4231, MAE 4300, or instructor consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Heather Hunt

BIOL_EN 4420 Section 01: Introduction to Biomedical Imaging

Semester-based
Description: (same as PHYSCS 4420; cross-leveled with BIOL_EN 7420, PHYSCS 7420). This course offers a broad introduction to medical imaging. Topics to be covered include the physics basics and instrumentation of X-ray CT, PET , SPECT, ultrasound, MRI and Optical Imaging, as well as recent developments in biomedical imaging. Prerequisites: PHYSCS 2760.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ping Yu, Li Lee

BIO_SC 1010 Section 02: General Principles and Concepts of Biology

Semester-based
Description: Emphasizes connections and applications to society and the human condition, science literacy, and critical thinking skills. A discussion of general principles and fundamental concepts of living things. This course is intended for non-science majors. No more than 5 credits for BIO_SC 1010, BIO_SC 1020, and BIO_SC 1030. Recommended: MATH 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Robin Hurst

BIO_SC 1010 Section 03: General Principles and Concepts of Biology

Semester-based
Description: Emphasizes connections and applications to society and the human condition, science literacy, and critical thinking skills. A discussion of general principles and fundamental concepts of living things. This course is intended for non-science majors. No more than 5 credits for BIO_SC 1010, BIO_SC 1020, and BIO_SC 1030. Recommended: MATH 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Robin Hurst

BIO_SC 3075W Section 01: The Human Microbiome - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: This course examines the astonishing diversity and medical significance of the microbes that inhabit our bodies. Interactive discussions explore scientific and ethical dimensions of topics ranging from probiotics and "poop transplants" to the role of microbes in asthma and obesity. Prerequisites: BIO_SC 2200.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Miriam Golomb

BIOMED 3219 Section 01: Elements of Comparative Anatomy

Semester-based
Description: This course is designed to give students an introduction to and appreciation for comparative anatomy of various species encountered in animal science, veterinary technology and veterinary medicine. Detailed and labeled photos of dissected specimens are used to aid instruction. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: five hours of biological science or zoology or equivalent or instructor's consent or an AAS degree in veterinary technology.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: David Cross

BUS_AD 3500 Section 01: Advanced Professional Development Principles

Semester-based
Description: Provides an introduction to professional competencies important for success as a business professional. Includes the assessment, communication and development of competencies valued by employers. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Must be a BSBA or ACCT_BSACC major.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Karen Gangloff
F2F 201 Cornell Hall |

BUS_AD 3500 Section 02: Advanced Professional Development Principles

Semester-based
Description: Provides an introduction to professional competencies important for success as a business professional. Includes the assessment, communication and development of competencies valued by employers. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Must be a BSBA or ACCT_BSACC major.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Shannon Breske
F2F 201 Cornell |

BUS_AD 3500 Section 03: Advanced Professional Development Principles

Semester-based
Description: Provides an introduction to professional competencies important for success as a business professional. Includes the assessment, communication and development of competencies valued by employers. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Must be a BSBA or ACCT_BSACC major.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
F2F Cornell Hall |

CHEM 1000 Section 01: Introductory Chemistry

Semester-based
Description: Introductory course for students with no high school background in chemistry. Covers fundamental principles of scientific measurement, stoichiometry, solutions, basic atomic structure, gases. No credit if taken after CHEM 1100. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MATH 1100 or MATH 1120.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Lewis Silverman

CL_HUM 1050 Section 02: Greek and Latin in English

Semester-based
Description: A survey of the influence of Greek and Latin upon English literary, scientific, technical, legal and medical vocabulary. Emphasis is upon building competency with complex English words while studying the cultural influence of the classical languages on modern vocabulary.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. James Crozier

CL_HUM 1060 Section 03: Classical Mythology

Semester-based
Description: Myths of Greece and Rome in literature and art.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. James Crozier

CL_HUM 2100 Section 02: Greek Culture

Semester-based
Description: Survey of Greek life and thought. Principal developments in literature, the arts, politics, religion and philosophy, and their influence on Western civilization.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. James Crozier

CDS 2190 Section 01: Medical Terminology

Semester-based
Description: Medical terminology based on a word building system. This course is intended for students majoring in health professions, nursing and other helping professions, pre-med and biology. Prerequisites: sophomore standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Mary Sebacher

CDS 2190 Section 02: Medical Terminology

Semester-based
Description: Medical terminology based on a word building system. This course is intended for students majoring in health professions, nursing and other helping professions, pre-med and biology. Prerequisites: sophomore standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Mary Sebacher

CDS 4480 Section 01: Clinical Ethics

Semester-based
Description: Exploration of bioethics issues in health care with emphasis on issues related to patient choice and provider responsibility. Topics include philosophical theories, principles and models for ethical and lawful decision making in healthcare.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jennifer Orscheln

CDS 4500 Section 01: Emergency and Disaster Management in Healthcare

Semester-based
Description: This course will provide the student with an orientation the principles of disaster management in the community (both state and federal levels) and the acute care facility. Topics include biological agents, allocation of resources and ethical considerations.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ronda Bradley

CDS 4840 Section 01: Asthma Education

Semester-based
Description: This course will provide the student with a multi-faceted approach to caring for the patient with asthma. Topics include pathophysiology, pharmacology, patient/family education, patient assessment and management. Assists students to take the Asthma Educator Credentialing Exam. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Karen McAllister

CDS 4840 Section non-credit: Asthma Education

Semester-based
Description: This course will provide the student with a multi-faceted approach to caring for the patient with asthma. Topics include pathophysiology, pharmacology, patient/family education, patient assessment and management. Assists students to take the Asthma Educator Credentialing Exam. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Karen McAllister

COMMUN 2100 Section 02A: Media Communication in Society

Semester-based
Description: An introduction to the development and impact of media communications and its technologies on American society. Emphasis on contemporary industry developments, their historical antecedents, as well as contemporary issues related to the influence and impact of media communication on society. Prerequisites: freshman, sophomore or junior standing only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Michelle Funk

COMMUN 2100 Section 03A: Media Communication in Society

Semester-based
Description: An introduction to the development and impact of media communications and its technologies on American society. Emphasis on contemporary industry developments, their historical antecedents, as well as contemporary issues related to the influence and impact of media communication on society. Prerequisites: freshman, sophomore or junior standing only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Christopher Josey

COMMUN 3580 Section 01: Crisis Communication

Semester-based
Description: The theory and practice of corporate and political communication responses to crisis situations. Prerequisites: sophomore standing. May be restricted to Communication majors only during early registration.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jaclyn Brandhorst

ECONOM 1014 Section 01: Principles of Microeconomics

Semester-based
Description: A basic examination of the economy at the individual consumer, firm and market level. Simple economic models used to analyze the workings of the economy. Topics include opportunity costs, gains from trade, efficiency and markets, non-competitive markets, game theory, the importance of free trade, the markets response to economic shocks and the effect of government intervention. Not open to students who have completed ECONOM 1024, ECONOM 1051, or AG_EC 1041.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Eric Parsons

ECONOM 1015 Section 01: Principles of Macroeconomics

Semester-based
Description: Macroeconomics generally refers to a collection of questions about how scarcity affects a collection of people interacting with one another. In this course, our focus is on understanding how scarcity affects welfare of a nation. Topics include Gross Domestic Product, government spending and taxation, economic growth, monetary and fiscal policy, unemployment and inflation, and exchange rates. Not open to students who have completed ECONOM 1051 or AG_EC 1042. Prerequisites: ECONOM 1014 or ECONOM 1024.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Saroj Dhital

ECONOM 3229 Section 01: Money, Banking and Financial Markets

Semester-based
Description: Operation of the U.S. financial and economic system. Covers interest rates, banking regulation, the money supply process and the conduct of the Federal Reserve, inflation and the macroeconomy, exchange rates and the international financial system, rational expectations, and efficient markets. Prerequisites: (ECONOM 1014 or ECONOM 1024) and ECONOM 1015, or ECONOM 1051, or AG ECON 1041 with a minimum grade of C-.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. George Chikhladze

ECONOM 4351 Section 01: Intermediate Microeconomics

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with ECONOM 7351). Theory of rational behavior in consumption, production, and pricing decisions of households and firms. Partial equilibria in product and factor markets under competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition. A brief introduction to general equilibrium and welfare economics is provided. Calculus is employed. No credit for students who have completed ECONOM 3251. Prerequisites: (ECONOM 1014 or ECONOM 1024 or ECONOM 1051) and MATH 1400 or equivalent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Chao Gu

ESC_PS 4115 Section 01: Human Learning

Semester-based
Description: An introduction to the basic principles of learning. Focus is on principles of learning which have the greatest utility for professional educators. This course provides a foundation for more advanced courses in human learning.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Roberta Scholes

ESC_PS 4170 Section 04: Introduction to Applied Statistics

Semester-based
Description: Introduces statistical techniques including descriptive statistics, correlation, simple regression and hypothesis testing. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Recommended: College Algebra or equivalent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Amanda Olsen

ESC_PS 4575 Section 01: MU Youth Development Academy: Positive Youth Development in Practice

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with ESC_PS 7575). This course prepares students to apply principles of positive youth development to practice, including leading youth programs, developing organizational and community systems that support youth, and engaging others to create positive environments in which youth ages 5-19 grow, thrive, and make successful transitions to adulthood. Course topics include ages and stages of development, experiential learning, program planning, diversity and inclusion, youth/adult partnerships, volunteer systems, risk management, community partnerships, and creating environments for healthy relationships. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Restricted to upper level (junior/senior standing) students.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Henness
UMSL campus-St. Louis |

ENGINR 1200 Section 01: Statics and Elementary Strength of Materials

Semester-based
Description: Fundamentals of statics; static equilibrium and introduction to elements of mechanics of elastic materials. Prerequisites: MATH 1500. Prerequisites or Corequisites: PHYSCS 2750. Restricted to Engineering Students only or with departmental consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Hani Salim

ENGLSH 2150 Section 03: Popular Literature (The Literature of Baseball)

Semester-based
Description: Study of literary genres, such as science fiction and the detective novel, that may be overlooked in traditional literature classes. Recommended: ENGLSH 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Gabriel Fried

ENGLSH 3300W Section 01: Survey of American Literature: Beginnings to 1865 - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: A survey of major writers and movements in American literature from Colonialism to Romanticism. Prerequisites: ENGLSH 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Alexandra Socarides

FINANC 2000 Section 01: Survey of Business Finance

Semester-based
Description: An overview of the global financial system, financial markets, financial institutions, and principles of financial management. Prerequisites: Students admitted to COB upper level degree program cannot enroll.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Joseph Hegger
F2F 201 Cornell Hall |

FINANC 3000 Section 01: Corporate Finance

Semester-based
Description: Financial decision-making in a corporate environment. Time value of money, capital budgeting, cost of capital, working capital management and financial instruments issued by the firm. Prerequisites: Completed 45 semester hours; Stat 2500 (or Stat 2200 and Stat 1200 or Stat 1300 or Stat 1400); Acctcy 2027 or Acctcy 2037 or Acctcy 2137H; Econom 1014 or Econom 1024; Econom 1015 or Econom 1051 or 1051H.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: John Stansfield
F2F 201 Cornell Hall |

FINANC 4500 Section 01: Principles of Real Estate

Semester-based
Description: Principle factors influencing land use, practices in real estate business. Recommended: FINANC 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Joseph Hegger
F2F 42 Cornell Hall |

FINANC 4630 Section 01: Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance

Semester-based
Description: Basic principles of risk management and insurance focusing on operational risks faced by organizations. Covers terminology, sources, dimensions, characteristics, measurement, and assessment of risk along with design and implementation of techniques to mitigate and control risk. Prerequisites or Corequisites: FINANC 2000 or FINANC 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Frederick Travis
F2F 206 Cornell |

F_W 4940 Section 03: Fisheries and Wildlife Internship

Semester-based
Description: Supervised professional experience with an approval public or private organization. May be repeated for credit. Graded on S/U basis only. Prerequisites: Fisheries and Wildlife majors only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Trista Strauch

F_S 1030 Section 01: Food Science and Nutrition

Semester-based
Description: Basic principles of science and technology as applied to the problem of providing safe, nutritious, and desirable food for man.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Marlena B. Jones

F_S 3210 Section 01: Kitchen Chemistry

Semester-based
Description: This course is targeted at current Food Science, Hospitality Management, Nutrition or Biochemistry students who wish to study the application of scientific principles to the practice of cooking. This on-line summer class assumes students have access to a working kitchen. Video cooking projects are submitted weekly. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: CHEM 1100 or higher.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Marlena B. Jones

F_S 4941 Section 02: Internship in Food Science

Semester-based
Description: Combines study, observation and employment in an area of food science and nutrition. Written reports, faculty evaluation. Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Recommended: one Food Science course.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ingolf Gruen

GEOG 1800 Section 02: Digital Earth: Introduction to the Geospatial Technologies

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to technologies used to map a changing world, with an emphasis on digital mapping explorations of human and environmental interactions on Earth. Course includes lab and fieldwork to introduce geographic information data collection and analysis techniques. Graded on A/F basis only. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Freshman and sophomore standing or instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Thomas Vought

GEOG 2280 Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti

Semester-based
Description: (same as PEA_ST 2280, SOCIOL 2280). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

GEOG 2280W Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as PEA_ST 2280W, SOCIOL 2280W). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

GEOG 2904 Section 01: Topics in Geography-Social Science (Towns in MO & Midwest)

Semester-based
Description: Organized study of selected topics. Subjects and earnable credit may vary from semester to semester. Prerequisites: sophomore standing, departmental consent for repetition.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

GEOG 2904W Section 01: Topics in Geography-Social Science - Writing Intensive (Midwst Towns Voices Inequality)

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Organized study of selected topics. Subjects and earnable credit may vary from semester to semester. Prerequisites: sophomore standing, departmental consent for repetition.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

HLTH_SCI 2200 Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects

Semester-based
Description: (same as SOCIOL 2281 and PEA_ST 2200). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

HLTH_SCI 2200W Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as SOCIOL 2281 and PEA_ST 2200). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

HLTH_SCI 3500 Section 01: Mental Health

Semester-based
Description: This course provides a look at mental health problems with regard to influences, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment. Students learn theories of mental health, diagnostic criteria, treatment modalities, and community issues concerning the mental health system. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HLTH_SCI 2100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Mark Kuhnert

HLTH_SCI 4400 Section 01: Culture and Health Literacy for the Health Professions

Semester-based
Description: This course will explore differences and attitudes towards the health care industry across various social, cultural and ability groups. This exploration will result in more culturally competent health professionals by promoting self-awareness and challenging the existing assumptions and biases of the health care system. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing or instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Allison Kabel

HLTH_SCI 1000 Section 01: Introduction to the Health Professions

Semester-based
Description: Overview of clinical/non-clinical health careers; aptitudes/abilities needed for each; the history, current and future state of health care in the U.S: introduction to diverse populations and patient/family issues; Assists with career planning/selection of appropriate majors. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Deborah Gerhart

HLTH_SCI 2100 Section 02: Health Sciences Seminar

Semester-based
Description: Professional Development course for Health Science Majors. Topics include resume development/ revision , interviewing skills, applying to graduate/professional programs and/or jobs, professional communication, etc. Graded on S/U basis only. Prerequisites: sophomore standing required; restricted to Health Science majors only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Elizabeth Ball

HLTH_SCI 3300 Section 01: Public Health Principles, Practice, and Education

Semester-based
Description: Public Health is the science and practice of protecting and improving the health of communities through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and research for disease and injury prevention. This course focuses on the basic structures of the Public Health system in the U.S. and provides an introduction to the factors that influence and shape that system. Among others, factors include socioeconomic, financing, politics and global issues. Students in this course will be challenged to consider the complex web of factors affecting the health of communities. The course will explore: health needs assessments, examining relationships among behavioral, environmental and genetic factors that enhance or compromise health, examining factors that influence the learning process, and examining factors that enhance or compromise the process of health education. Graded on an A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Restricted to Health Sciences Majors during pre-registration.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Shawnna Jackson

HLTH_SCI 4480 Section 01: Clinical Ethics

Semester-based
Description: Exploration of bioethics issues in health care with emphasis on issues related to patient choice and provider responsibility. Topics include philosophical theories, principles and models for ethical and lawful decision making in healthcare. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing; Restricted to Health Science majors only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kathryn Rollins

HLTH_SCI 4975 Section 04: Internship in Health Sciences

Semester-based
Description: Focuses on knowledge, skills and attitudes that enhance personal effectiveness and professional success. Opportunities to research selected career paths and related topics in health sciences and participate in directed service learning projects or internships in selected emphasis area. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HLTH_SCI 2100.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Mark Kuhnert

HLTH_SCI 4975 Section 05: Internship in Health Sciences

Semester-based
Description: Focuses on knowledge, skills and attitudes that enhance personal effectiveness and professional success. Opportunities to research selected career paths and related topics in health sciences and participate in directed service learning projects or internships in selected emphasis area. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HLTH_SCI 2100.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Mark Kuhnert

HSP_MGMT 1100 Section 01: Introduction to Hospitality Management

Semester-based
Description: An overview of the size, scope, form, analysis and development of various sectors in the hospitality industry. These include hotel, tourism, food and beverage, convention and events, club, cruise, gaming, managed services, and sport venue management. Emphasis will be on the global nature of the industry and its impact on economy and employment. Students will be exposed to career opportunities, cultural diversity, ethical consideration and current trends facing industry. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Restricted to freshman and sophomore students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Amanda Alexander

HSP_MGMT 2100 Section 01: Hospitality Law

Semester-based
Description: Provides an integrated analysis of the legal system as it applies to the hospitality industry. Topics include: theories of recover/liability; employment laws, property rights and contracts, lawsuits and their prevention; familiarization with legal arguments, ligation, ethical issues and the tort of negligence in professional context. Relevant federal and state cases, statutes, and regulations will be examined. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Barry Langford

HSP_MGMT 2400 Section 02: Fundamentals of Lodging Industry

Semester-based
Description: Explores the foundations of the global lodging industry. The history of the industry, relationship of tourism, size and scope, classification and types, major global players will be examined. Issues related to the impact of globalization, international hotel investment, development and operations, global competitions, political aspects, human resources and cultural diversity will be discussed. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Seonghee Cho

HSP_MGMT 2500 Section 01: Fundamentals of Sport Venue Industry

Semester-based
Description: An overview of the Sport Venue Industry from a macro perspective. Students will be exposed to the major aspects regarding management of athletic and recreational facilities. Topics will include: history, trends and globalization of sport and venue development, types of sport facilities and major key players, construction and finance, facility systems and operations, sales and marketing, liability and risk management, ticket and box office operation, and event management. Cultural diversity, ethical issues and career opportunities in Sport Venue Management will also be explored. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Herbert Marshall

HSP_MGMT 3100 Section 01: Service Management

Semester-based
Description: Addresses the essence of delivering memorable guest experience through service management. Topics include concepts of service, guest behavior, perceptions and satisfaction, service compliance standards, assessment methods and service recovery strategies. Students will then learn how to leverage their understanding of these concepts to establish service culture and strategies to meet organizational goals within the context of hospitality businesses. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 1100; restricted to Hospitality Management junior and senior students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Mauro Palmero

HSP_MGMT 3320 Section 01: Beverage Management

Semester-based
Description: Explore and analyze operational and managerial elements of the bar and beverage industry. Topics include: alcoholic versus non-alcoholic beverage, beverage menu development, pricing strategy and costing, sensory evaluation, food and beverage pairing, marketing and promotion, inventory control, training of personnel, legal aspects of responsible service of alcohol. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 2300.; Restricted to Hospitality Management junior and senior students only.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jeffrey Guinn
Arranged |

HSP_MGMT 4100W Section 01: Hospitality Human Resources Management - Writing Intensive

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with HSP_MGMT 7100). Examines effective management of human resources issues in hospitality businesses. It addresses issues related to managing subordinates through hiring the right person for the position, training properly, evaluating employees' performance accurately and promptly, rewarding good behaviors, and motivating and coaching them. Manpower planning, equal employment practices and employee relations, quality of work life, compensation and reward structure, and how to make sound human resource management decisions will also be discussed. This is a writing intensive course. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites:HSP_MGMT 1100. Open to Hospitality Management junior and senior students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Seonghee Cho

HSP_MGMT 4110 Section 01: Hospitality Sales and Marketing Management

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with HSP_MGMT 7110). Application of a customer-oriented approach to sales and marketing management in hospitality and tourism industry. The marketing techniques available to hospitality businesses are described and evaluated, including service marketing mix, packaging, travel trade, advertising, sales promotion, merchandising, and personal selling. Marketing of hospitality services regarding human factors, consumer demand, planning, professional considerations are also discussed. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 1100. Open to Hospitality Management junior and senior students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dae-Young Kim

HSP_MGMT 4200 Section 01: Destination Management

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with HSP_MGMT 7200). An overview of hospitality and tourism destination management using a system approach that integrates a variety of hospitality and tourism organizations and businesses. Destination management will be examined from the perspectives of travelers and destination communities in the context of economic, socio-cultural, and environmental impacts. Optimal planning, development, marketing of destination image and position in the context of the overall management plan will be addressed. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: HSP_MGMT 2200. Open to Hospitality Management junior and senior students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dae-Young Kim

H_D_FS 1610 Section 01: Intimate Relationships and Marriage

Semester-based
Description: Examination of issues pertaining to intimate and marital relationships such as relationship foundation and dissolution processes, love, sex, behavioral scripts, and conflict. Diversity related to race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation is explored.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ashton Chapman

H_D_FS 1610 Section 02: Intimate Relationships and Marriage

Semester-based
Description: Examination of issues pertaining to intimate and marital relationships such as relationship foundation and dissolution processes, love, sex, behavioral scripts, and conflict. Diversity related to race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation is explored.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steffany Kerr

H_D_FS 2300 Section 03: Multicultural Study of Children and Families

Semester-based
Description: Study of cultural variation in family life around the world and within America (e.g.: African-American, Hispanic American). Attention is paid to the external conditions that affect the internal workings of these families.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jihee Im

H_D_FS 2400 Section 08A: Principles of Human Development

Semester-based
Description: Concepts and principles basic to an understanding of human development and learning throughout the life span.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kevin Stott

H_D_FS 2450 Section 01: Human Sexuality Across the Life Span

Semester-based
Description: An introductory survey of human sexuality including gender, love and intimacy, sexual expression and variation, sexual orientation, contraception, pregnancy and birth, sexually transmitted infections, sexual coercion, and sex in society. Sexuality within the context of intimate relationships across the life course will be emphasized.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sarah Mitchell

H_D_FS 3430 Section 01: Adolescence and Young Adulthood

Semester-based
Description: Physical, intellectual, and psychosocial maturation of adolescents and young adults within the context of life long developmental sequelae. Prerequisites: Restricted to HDFS and Pre-HDFS majors during pre-registration period.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sarah Pierotti

H_D_FS 3430 Section 02: Adolescence and Young Adulthood

Semester-based
Description: Physical, intellectual, and psychosocial maturation of adolescents and young adults within the context of life long developmental sequelae. Prerequisites: Restricted to HDFS and Pre-HDFS majors during pre-registration period.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Samantha Jones

H_D_FS 4700 Section 01: Children and Families in Poverty

Semester-based
Description: Study of the extent, distribution, and implications of poverty on children and families. Examination of myths and realities, social conditions, policies, and programs that contribute to or reduce poverty and its consequences. Prerequisites: Pre-HDFS and HDFS majors must complete H_D_FS 1600, H_D_FS 2200, H_D_FS 2300 and H_D_FS 2400.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Caroline Sanner

IMSE 2110 Section 01: Probability and Statistics for Engineers

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to data analysis, probability concepts, random variables, parameter estimation and hypothesis testing. Prerequisites: MATH 1500. Restricted to Engineering Students who are non-IMSE majors.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kihyung Kim

IMSE 2710 Section 03: Engineering Economic Analysis

Semester-based
Description: Fundamentals of engineering economic decision making. Includes time value of money, breakeven analysis, capital budgeting, replacement, after-tax analysis, inflation, risk, sensitivity analysis and multi-attribute analysis. Prerequisites: sophomore standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Luis Occena

IMSE 4385 Section 01: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Project

Semester-based
Description: Application of the Lean Six Sigma methodology in an industry-based project. Prerequisites: IMSE 4310
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: James Noble, Luis Occena

IS_LT 4310 Section 02: Seminar in Information Science and Learning Technologies (Grant Writing 101)

Semester-based
Description: Discussion and critical study of current developments in the field of information science and learning technologies.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: So Mi Kim

IS_LT 4360 Section 02: Introduction to Web Development

Semester-based
Description: Basic web design and HTML. Covers file transfer and UNIX/LINUX servers management. Develops understanding of web graphic formats. Emphasizes user interface, navigation, and instructional design in building web sites. Online. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Krista Galyen

IS_LT 4361 Section 02: Introduction to Digital Media

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with IS_LT 7361). Hands-on approach to multimedia production techniques. Develops understanding of technical and conceptual tools for the basics of digital media, video editing, still image and audio file manipulation. Students create web portfolio to present their digital products. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Fatih Demir

IS_LT 4370 Section 02: Intermediate Web Development

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with IS_LT 7370). Development of design and web authoring skills. Topics include CSS, HTML, web interactivity through the use of JavaScript, Dreamweaver and usability practices. Upon completion, students will be ready to create high-impact and highly functional web pages. Prerequisites: IS_LT 4360 or instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Fatih Demir

INFOTC 1040 Section 01: Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming

Semester-based
Description: An introduction to problem solving methods and programming concepts, providing experience in designing, developing, implementing, and testing programs. Cannot be taken for credit after CMP_SC 1050.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dale Musser, Shawn Moore

INFOTC 1610 Section 01: Introduction to Entertainment Media

Semester-based
Description: This course is an introduction to the basic fundamentals of entertainment products such as postproduction technology, camera and lighting technology, audio creation and mixing technology, and broadcast technology. Computer programs designed for visual special effects are used. Prerequisites: May be restricted to Information Technology majors during early registration.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Christopher Gubera

INFOTC 4001 Section 03: Topics in Information Technology (iOS App Development)

Semester-based
Description: Topics may vary from semester to semester. May be repeated upon consent of department. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: May be restricted to Information Technology majors during early registration.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dale Musser

INFOTC 4400 Section 01: C#/.NET Development

Semester-based
Description: Learn how to develop and debug multi-threaded Windows desktop applications based on the object-oriented (OO), Model-View-Controller (MVC), and Model View ViewModel (MVVM) paradigms using C#, .NET, Windows Presentation Foundations (WPF), and Visual Studio. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: CMP_SC 2050. May be restricted to Information Technology majors during early registration.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Fang Wang

INTDSC 4970 Section 01: Service Learning Project. (CLIP-Govt/NPO)

Semester-based
Description: Independent readings with supervisory faculty member; Students will engage in service activities, directly relevant to their areas of academic emphasis, in community not-for-profit agencies. At the same time as participants work in the community, they will research their agency and organization, undergo mock employment interviews, create a cover letter and resume based on the professional skills they have gained through their service, and reflect on careers and leadership in public service. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: restricted to Interdisciplinary, General Studies and International Studies students.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Julia Parcell, Kirsten Pape

LTC 2200 Section 02: School Health and Student Wellbeing

Semester-based
Description: This course will explore and analyze the critical role schools and teachers play to address students' physical, social, and emotional wellbeing. Research indicates that a healthy school environment can improve both academic and social outcomes. Focus areas include school safety, nutrition policy and health education.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Leigh Neier

LTC 4460 Section 01: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Semester-based
Description: (same as LINGST 4650; cross-leveled with LTC 7460, LINGST 7650). Linguistic and pedagogical principles of teaching English to speakers of other languages. Graded A-F only. Prerequisites: Consent required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Annamarie McCormick-Howell

LTC 4460 Section 02: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Semester-based
Description: (same as LINGST 4650; cross-leveled with LTC 7460, LINGST 7650). Linguistic and pedagogical principles of teaching English to speakers of other languages. Graded A-F only. Prerequisites: Consent required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ann Peters

LTC_V 4710 Section 01: Business Software Applications

Semester-based
Description: Advanced concepts, features, and applications central to the major types of business software--spreadsheets, database management, word processing, graphics, and communications.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jill Sappington

LTC_V 4710 Section 02: Business Software Applications

Semester-based
Description: Advanced concepts, features, and applications central to the major types of business software--spreadsheets, database management, word processing, graphics, and communications.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kyle Blomenkamp

MANGMT 1010 Section 01: Contemporary Business Practices

Semester-based
Description: Course coverage includes an overview of the accountancy, finance, management and marketing majors and careers in each of these fields as well as the integrated nature of business. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Joyce Gay Albright
F2F 201 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 3000 Section 01: Principles of Management

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the basic concepts of management and organization; their application to operations and personnel management. Prerequisites: Completion of 45 semester hours.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Tim Waid
21 Ellis |

MANGMT 3000 Section 02: Principles of Management

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the basic concepts of management and organization; their application to operations and personnel management. Prerequisites: Completion of 45 semester hours.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Leonard Smith
F2F 212 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 3540 Section 01: Introduction to Business Law

Semester-based
Description: The legal aspects of business related to society--introduction to the legal system; constitutional, criminal, tort law; contracts and sales law cases and problems; administrative regulation of business and consumer issues. Prerequisites: completion of 30 semester hours.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: John R. Swenson
F2F 115 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 3540 Section 02: Introduction to Business Law

Semester-based
Description: The legal aspects of business related to society--introduction to the legal system; constitutional, criminal, tort law; contracts and sales law cases and problems; administrative regulation of business and consumer issues. Prerequisites: completion of 30 semester hours.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sherry Mariea

MANGMT 4010 Section 05: Operations Management

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with MANGMT 7010). Managerial analysis of operating problems, with emphasis on planning and control systems. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Greg Bier
F2F 115 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 4140W Section 02: Business Communication - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: The course provides the fundamentals of business communication skills, including written, oral communication, listening, multicultural communication, and teamwork skills, with an emphasis on written communication skills as a methods to communicate with important stockholders. Prerequisites: Restricted to Trulaske College of Business students admitted to upper level. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sandy Crews
F2F 218 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 4140W Section 01: Business Communication - Writing Intensive

Semester-based
Description: The course provides the fundamentals of business communication skills, including written, oral communication, listening, multicultural communication, and teamwork skills, with an emphasis on written communication skills as a methods to communicate with important stockholders. Prerequisites: Restricted to Trulaske College of Business students admitted to upper level. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sandy Crews
F2F 42 Cornell Hall |

MANGMT 4700 Section 01: Principles of Entrepreneurship

Semester-based
Description: An introductory course designed to provide a solid foundation of the role of entrepreneurship. The focus is on the creation of new ventures, the decisions leading to their development, and the factors that lead to their success. Corequisites: MANGMT 3000.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sara Cochran

MRKTNG 3000 Section 03: Principles of Marketing

Semester-based
Description: Institutions, processes, and problems involved in producing and transferring goods and services from producer to consumers; emphasis on economics and social aspects. Prerequisites: 45 semester hours. Prerequisites or Corequisites: ECONOM 1014, ECONOM 1024, ECONOM 1051, or AG_EC 1041.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Omid Kamran-Disfani
F2F 201 Cornell Hall |

MRKTNG 3000 Section 04: Principles of Marketing

Semester-based
Description: Institutions, processes, and problems involved in producing and transferring goods and services from producer to consumers; emphasis on economics and social aspects. Prerequisites: 45 semester hours. Prerequisites or Corequisites: ECONOM 1014, ECONOM 1024, ECONOM 1051, or AG_EC 1041.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Charles Keene
F2F 115 Cornell Hall |

MRKTNG 4000 Section 01: Marketing Management

Semester-based
Description: Further examination of marketing issues: market analysis, market research, positioning, products, pricing, promotion, distribution, relationship management, other topics. Prerequisites: MRKTNG 3000, and ACCTCY 2010 or ACCTCY 2026, or ACCTCY 2036 or ACCTCY 2136H. During early registration, some sections may be restricted to College of Business students with emphasis in Marketing, or International Business with emphasis in Marketing.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Tanys Nelson
F2F 212 Cornell |

MRKTNG 4220 Section 01: Consumer Behavior

Semester-based
Description: Dimensions of the consumer market and decision-making process of consumers; analyzing economic, psychological and socio-psychological influences on consumer market and buying behavior. Prerequisites: MRKTNG 3000. During early registration, some sections may be restricted to College of Business students with emphasis in Marketing, or International Business with emphasis in Marketing.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Courtney Cothren
F2F 205 Cornell Hall |

MATH 1100 Section 05: College Algebra

Semester-based
Description: A review of exponents, order of operations, factoring, and simplifying polynomial, rational, and radical expressions. Topics include: linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their applications. Students will solve equations involving these functions, and systems of linear equations in two variables, as well as inequalities. See the Math website for specific requirements. A student may receive at most 5.0 credit hours among MATH 1100, MATH 1120, MATH 1140, MATH 1160. Prerequisites: C- or higher in MATH _0110 or a sufficient score on the ALEKS exam or MyMathTest Intermediate Algebra score of 70% or higher.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ali Bajwa, Luiza Desouza

MUSIC_NM 1211 Section 01: Fundamentals of Music I

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to rhythmic, melodic, harmonic, and structural elements of music. Designed for non-music majors. No credit for music majors or minors.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Erica Manzo

MUSIC_NM 1310 Section 01: Masterpieces of Western Music

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the Western fine-art tradition through the study of representative masterworks, emphasis on developing listening skills; directed to non-majors.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Brian Tate

NU_ENG 4330 Section 01: Science and Technology of Terrorism and Counter Terrorism

Semester-based
Description: (same as PEA_ST 4330). Terrorism has been a familiar tool of political conflict, and it has assumed greater importance during the past twenty years. This subject has been treated by political scientists in various forms, but the scientific and technological aspects of different forms of terrorism cannot be found in a single place. It is important for persons who propose counter measures to understand the basics of different types of terrorism such as for instance the nature of chemical agents, their properties such as toxicity, etc. in order to build better defense systems.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Mark Prelas

NU_ENG 4331 Section 01: Nonproliferation Issues for Weapons of Mass Destruction

Semester-based
Description: Nonproliferation and impact on technology and world events. Prerequisites: junior/senior standing or instructor's consent. May be repeated for credit.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Mark Prelas

NUCMED 4085 Section 01: Problems in Nuclear Medicine

Semester-based
Description: Supervised investigation in an aspect of nuclear medicine technology, usually culminating in a written report.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jeffrey Galen, Marvin Feldman

NUCMED 4085 Section 02: Problems in Nuclear Medicine

Semester-based
Description: Supervised investigation in an aspect of nuclear medicine technology, usually culminating in a written report.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jeffrey Galen

NUCMED 4232 Section 01: Clinical In Vitro

Semester-based
Description: Detailed review of current regulations and procedures governing the use of open sources of radioactivity in a nuclear medicine setting. Prerequisites: Restricted to Nuclear Medicine students.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Marvin Feldman
Arranged |

NURSE 3080 Section 01: Communication and Computer Skills

Semester-based
Description: Introduces RN students to MU and MU Sinclair School of Nursing. Provides education in essential competencies needed for success in the RN-BSN Option including writing skills, computer literacy, library and Internet research. Prerequisites: clinical major.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Katherine Bowman, Renae McIntosh

NURSE 3350 Section 02: Individual Study

Semester-based
Description: Independent study for qualified students in specific areas of interest in nursing under faculty guidance. Some sections may be graded A-F only or S/U only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Donna Otto

NURSE 4400 Section 02: Nursing Leadership and Management

Semester-based
Description: Examines leadership, management, and organizational theories in relation to resource management and effective delivery of nursing to sets of clients. Analyzes societal and political issues and trends related to nursing and contemporary health care. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: NURSE 3080, NURSE 3180, or NURSE 3670. Prerequisites or Corequisites: NURSE 3180.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Donna Otto

NURSE 4970 Section 01A: Nursing in Communities

Semester-based
Description: Examines roles and functions of nurses within community with emphasis on application of community/public health concepts and design and implementation of nursing systems of care for individuals, families, and populations. Prerequisites: NURSE 4270 and NURSE 3470; or NURSE 3760 or NURSE 4930.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Lynelle Phillips, Stefanie Birk

NEP 1034 Section 01: Introduction to Human Nutrition

Semester-based
Description: Basic nutrition principles, including: nutrient functions, food sources, and needs; healthy eating tools; energy balance and weight management; nutrition and fitness; nutrition through the life cycle; food safety; and consumer topics. No credit if taken after NEP 2340.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Tina Roberts

NEP 1310 Section 01: Food and Cultures of the World

Semester-based
Description: Trans-disciplinary approach to nutrition, considering anthropological, physiological, geographical, socioeconomic and psychological elements in world nutrition. These ideas will be explored in the context of cuisines and cultures that are found in the US, but originate elsewhere.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Tina Roberts

NEP 1340 Section 01: Introduction to Exercise and Fitness

Semester-based
Description: Provides students with practical information about exercise and physical fitness. After taking this class, students will be prepared to be physically active, understand the "Do's and Don'ts" of exercise, and know how to live a healthy way of life. As part of the course, students will assess their current level of activity/fitness, develop a plan for improvement, and put that plan into action.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Stephen Ball

NEP 1995 Section 01: Nutritional Food Science

Semester-based
Description: The study of components of food systems and how they are affected by processing, preservation, preparation and by techniques that improve taste, texture, flavor, appearance and nutrient retention. This course is 100% online and includes a virtual lab. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ralph Lane

NEP 2380 Section 01: Diet Therapy for Health Professionals

Semester-based
Description: Principles underlying normal nutrition and diet for health and disease. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: sophomore standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: LeGreta Hudson

NEP 2450 Section 01: Nutrition Throughout the Life Span

Semester-based
Description: Nutritional requirements, challenges, community nutrition programs, and eating patterns throughout the life span with emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention; Role of beliefs, culture, socio-psychological influences, and economic resources in food selection and nutrition/health status. Lecture/discussion course. Prerequisites: NEP 1034 or NEP 2340 or NEP 2380 or equivalent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jennifer Schnell

NEP 4200 Section 01: Sports Performance and Conditioning

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with NEP 7200). Course utilizes scientific theory and applied instruction to teach procedures, techniques, and modalities used to improve physical sports performance. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Physiology and Anatomy, Kinesiology; junior or senior standing required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. James Mann

PTH_AS 2201 Section 01: Human Anatomy Lecture

Semester-based
Description: A systems-based survey of human gross anatomy including structure, function and history. Internet access required: lectures and assignments will be online. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: Minimum cumulative MU GPA of 2.5 required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Cheryl Hill

PEA_ST 1050W Section 01: Introduction to Peace Studies - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Interdisciplinary overview including theories on the nature of aggression and war, case studies of contemporary conflicts, consideration of various peace proposals, conditions making war or peace likely. Recommended: sophomore standing. Writing intensive not fulfilled unless ENGLSH 1000 or equivalent has already been taken.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Jesse VanGerven

PEA_ST 1051 Section 02: International Conflict Resolution and Group Reconciliation

Semester-based
Description: Theories of conflict resolution. We will study achieving peace through techniques and institutions that attempt personal and interactive reconciliation of opposing groups personally. Case studies might include the "Truth and Reconciliation" committees following South African Independence, and similar projects to promote inter-group understanding in Middle East conflicts. The course will then analyze examples of the resolution of major international conflicts and issues, such as the Irish Peace Accords, the Camp David peace process for the Middle East, Strategic Nuclear Arms Limitation, and the Kyoto Protocol.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jamil Al Wekhian

PEA_ST 1051W Section 01: International Conflict Resolution and Group Reconciliation - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Theories of conflict resolution. We will study achieving peace through techniques and institutions that attempt personal and interactive reconciliation of opposing groups personally. Case studies might include the "Truth and Reconciliation" committees following South African Independence, and similar projects to promote inter-group understanding in Middle East conflicts. The course will then analyze examples of the resolution of major international conflicts and issues, such as the Irish Peace Accords, the Camp David peace process for the Middle East, Strategic Nuclear Arms Limitation, and the Kyoto Protocol.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jamil Al Wekhian

PEA_ST 2200 Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects

Semester-based
Description: (same as HLTH_SCI 2200 and SOCIOL 2281). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

PEA_ST 2200W Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects-Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as HLTH_SCI 2200 and SOCIOL 2281). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

PEA_ST 2280 Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti

Semester-based
Description: (same as SOCIOL 2280, GEOG 2280). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

PEA_ST 2280W Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as SOCIOL 2280, GEOG 2280). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

PEA_ST 2286 Section 03: Technological Futures, National Security, and Civil Liberties

Semester-based
Description: (same as SOCIOL 2286).Contemporary practices and future trends in data collection and mining by the NSA and by businesses. The interplay of government and corporate power, and possibilities of regulation and maintenance of privacy and civil liberties. The development of digital intellectual copyright and its consequences on patterns of dissemination of knowledge.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo

PEA_ST 2287 Section 01: Conspiracies, Popular Imagination, Evidence

Semester-based
Description: In-depth and critical analysis of cases involving allegations of "conspiracy" in international affairs, contrasted with official reports and presentations of evidence in a variety of venues. Conspiracy theories considered might include those centering on 9-11 and the Kennedy assassination. Conspiracy theories will be compared and contrasted to what is known about secrecy and the functioning of elite political and economic institutions such as the Trilateral Commission and campaign financing organizations. Students will analyze a variety of NGO and government documents and investigative journalism drawing on Wiki Leaks. We will compare and contrast what is considered evidence in different venues such as the criminal justice system, government reports, journalism, and academic writing by historians, social and behavioral scientists, and natural scientists. Concepts clarified and utilized will include: state corporate crime, system determination, social construction, narrative, historical memory, symbolic politics, and individual and group responsibility.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, David Criger

PEA_ST 2287W Section 01: Conspiracies, Popular Imagination, Evidence - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: In-depth and critical analysis of cases involving allegations of "conspiracy" in international affairs, contrasted with official reports and presentations of evidence in a variety of venues. Conspiracy theories considered might include those centering on 9-11 and the Kennedy assassination. Conspiracy theories will be compared and contrasted to what is known about secrecy and the functioning of elite political and economic institutions such as the Trilateral Commission and campaign financing organizations. Students will analyze a variety of NGO and government documents and investigative journalism drawing on Wiki Leaks. We will compare and contrast what is considered evidence in different venues such as the criminal justice system, government reports, journalism, and academic writing by historians, social and behavioral scientists, and natural scientists. Concepts clarified and utilized will include: state corporate crime, system determination, social construction, narrative, historical memory, symbolic politics, and individual and group responsibility.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, David Criger

PEA_ST 2288 Section 01: Sports, Protest Movements, and Conflict Resolution

Semester-based
Description: This course will critically analyze the social significance of sports, focusing on events leading to and influencing protest movements and the peaceful outcomes (or lack thereof)of these movements through conflict resolution. We will identify the non-violent behaviors, strategies, and ideologies of numerous athletes such as: Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, Harry Edwards, John Carlos and Tommy Smith, Colin Kaepernick, and their particular methods of rebellion and representation of issues. Furthermore, we will examine how fans, organizations, media, and sporting committees (i.e. International Olympic Committee) have reacted to athlete revolts, and the effectiveness of revolts in changing society.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Isais Smith

PEA_ST 2288W Section 01: Sports, Protest Movements, and Conflict Resolution - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: This course will critically analyze the social significance of sports, focusing on events leading to and influencing protest movements and the peaceful outcomes (or lack thereof)of these movements through conflict resolution. We will identify the non-violent behaviors, strategies, and ideologies of numerous athletes such as: Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, Harry Edwards, John Carlos and Tommy Smith, Colin Kaepernick, and their particular methods of rebellion and representation of issues. Furthermore, we will examine how fans, organizations, media, and sporting committees (i.e. International Olympic Committee) have reacted to athlete revolts, and the effectiveness of revolts in changing society.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Isais Smith

PEA_ST 2289 Section 01: Towns in Missouri and the Midwest: Voices and Inequalities (Towns in MO & Midwest)

Semester-based
Description: Focusing on towns and communities and their regional history and cultural traditions, we will examine the issues and concerns of small town America in the context of recent hardships and adverse economic trends. Examples of topics to be covered include case studies of communities such as Marceline, Missouri (Walt Disney's boyhood home), race and the immigration of non-whites in to rural areas; gender roles in small communities, the role of religion in small-town identity formation, and other current issues faced by "middle America". The responsiveness of government, large corporations, and institutions to the problems of diverse communities will be critically examined, with a multidisciplinary approach that will draw on key theories and works in the disciplines of sociology, rural sociology, community development, and geography.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

PEA_ST 2289W Section 01: Towns in Missouri and the Midwest: Voices and Inequalities - Writing Intensive (Midwst Towns Voices Inequality)

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Focusing on towns and communities and their regional history and cultural traditions, we will examine the issues and concerns of small town America in the context of recent hardships and adverse economic trends. Examples of topics to be covered include case studies of communities such as Marceline, Missouri (Walt Disney¿s boyhood home), race and the immigration of non-whites in to rural areas; gender roles in small communities, the role of religion in small-town identity formation, and other current issues faced by ¿middle America¿. The responsiveness of government, large corporations, and institutions to the problems of diverse communities will be critically examined, with a multidisciplinary approach that will draw on key theories and works in the disciplines of sociology, rural sociology, community development, and geography.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

PEA_ST 2600 Section 01: CAFO: Concentrated Animals, Deep Ecology

Semester-based
Description: Throughout the ages humans have toiled and tilled the land confirming their role as integral providers as well as graceful recipients of nature's bounty. The significant metamorphosis that this gentle and cautious stewardship of the earth has undergone, necessitates close scrutiny. This multi-disciplined humanities course will consider the prose of the human community as it intersects widespread industrialized animal production with its inevitable social, economic and environmental realities. Eco-Feminist readings and the Fine Arts with its theoretical underpinnings associated with a liberal arts aesthetic will invite a wider perspective.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Bonnie Kerridge

PEA_ST 2600W Section 01: CAFO: Concentrated Animals, Deep Ecology - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Throughout the ages humans have toiled and tilled the land confirming their role as integral providers as well as graceful recipients of nature's bounty. The significant metamorphosis that this gentle and cautious stewardship of the earth has undergone, necessitates close scrutiny. This multi-disciplined humanities course will consider the prose of the human community as it intersects widespread industrialized animal production with its inevitable social, economic and environmental realities. Eco-Feminist readings and the Fine Arts with its theoretical underpinnings associated with a liberal arts aesthetic will invite a wider perspective.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Bonnie Kerridge

FINPLN 1183 Section 01: Financial Survival

Semester-based
Description: Examines financial management issues needed to survive the critical college years-credit/credit cards, budgeting/planning, financial aid, loans, common financial mistakes, debt management, setting financial goals, effective use of financial resources. Graded on S/U basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ryan Law

FINPLN 1183 Section 02: Financial Survival

Semester-based
Description: Examines financial management issues needed to survive the critical college years-credit/credit cards, budgeting/planning, financial aid, loans, common financial mistakes, debt management, setting financial goals, effective use of financial resources. Graded on S/U basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ryan Law

FINPLN 2183 Section 02: Personal and Family Finance

Semester-based
Description: Individual and family finance, with particular emphasis on financial planning, savings, insurance, investments, taxes, use of credit, and financial aspects of housing. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Students who wish to pursue a Personal Financial Planning emphasis must earn a B- or better, in FINPLN 2183. Prerequisites: MATH 1100 with grade of C- or above.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Deanna Sharpe

FINPLN 2183 Section 03: Personal and Family Finance

Semester-based
Description: Individual and family finance, with particular emphasis on financial planning, savings, insurance, investments, taxes, use of credit, and financial aspects of housing. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Students who wish to pursue a Personal Financial Planning emphasis must earn a B- or better, in FINPLN 2183. Prerequisites: MATH 1100 with grade of C- or above.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Deanna Sharpe

FINPLN 3283 Section 02A: Financial Planning: Computer Applications

Semester-based
Description: Development of expertise in analyzing and understanding family financial case situations. Applications include the use of leading financial planning software, as will as applications with spreadsheets. Prerequisites: FINPLN 2183 or equivalent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Rui Yao

FINPLN 4483 Section 01: Financial Success

Semester-based
Description: Examines financial management issues needed to survive the critical post-college years - managing educational debt; after-school budgeting; auto, health, and other forms of insurance; retirement planning and other investment issues; setting financial goals; effective use of financial resources. Graded on S/U basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ryan Law

FINPLN 4483 Section 02: Financial Success

Semester-based
Description: Examines financial management issues needed to survive the critical post-college years - managing educational debt; after-school budgeting; auto, health, and other forms of insurance; retirement planning and other investment issues; setting financial goals; effective use of financial resources. Graded on S/U basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ryan Law

FINPLN 4993 Section 01: Internship in Personal Financial Planning

Semester-based
Description: Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Starla Green-Ivey

PHIL 1000 Section 01: General Introduction to Philosophy

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to traditional philosophical problems and methods of philosophical enquiry. Consideration given to different philosophical theories on the nature of reality, man, nature and God; knowledge and how it is acquired; values and social issues.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Stephen Herman

PHIL 1100 Section 01: Introduction to Ethics

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to different philosophical theories regarding when acts are morally right rather than wrong; when things are good rather than bad; nature of the "good life", nature of ethical reasoning and justification.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Douglas Moore

PHIL 1150 Section 02: Introductory Bioethics

Semester-based
Description: This course approaches moral problems in biomedical and scientific research from a philosophical perspective. First, we'll familiarize ourselves with ethics and political philosophy. Then we'll study the ethical issues that arise in connection with a series of issues, including research involving human and animal subjects, eugenics, the human genome project, cloning and stem cell research. By thinking about these issues, we learn how to think critically about particular moral quandaries, as well as to uncover and examine some of our deepest moral commitments.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ethan Howe

PHIL 1200 Section 01: Logic and Reasoning

Semester-based
Description: Methods of analyzing and evaluating arguments of all types. Uses both informal and formal techniques. Identifies informal fallacies and introduces elementary symbolic logic.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Alek Willsey

PHIL 2440 Section 02: Medical Ethics

Semester-based
Description: Considers moral issues posed by developments in biological sciences and medical technology. Topics may include: genetic engineering, abortion and euthanasia, distribution of health care.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Travis Holmes

PHYSCS 1050 Section 01: Concepts in Cosmology

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to fundamental concepts of modern cosmology. Topics include Olbers' paradox, Hubble expansion, Big Bang, and the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Silvia Bompadre

PHYSCS 1210 Section 03AA: College Physics I

Semester-based
Description: This introductory college physics course uses algebra and trigonometry in developing some of the fundamental concepts of classical physics. Topics covered are vectors, kinematics, dynamics, gravity, momentum, energy, rotational kinematics, rotational dynamics, fluids, simple harmonic motion, waves and sound, and thermodynamics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly. Students may receive credit for PHYSCS 1210 or PHYSCS 2750, but not both. Prerequisites: MATH 1100.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Dorina Kosztin

PHYSCS 1220 Section 03AA: College Physics II

Semester-based
Description: This introductory second semester college physics course uses algebra and trigonometry in developing some of the fundamental concepts of classical physics.Topics covered include electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly. Students may receive credit for PHYSCS 1220 or PHYSCS 2760, but not both. Prerequisites: grade of C- or better in PHYSCS 1210.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Yun Zhang

PHYSCS 2750 Section 01AA: University Physics I

Semester-based
Description: First course in calculus-based physics for science and engineering students. Topics covered are vectors, translational and rotational kinematics, translational and rotational dynamics, energy, momentum, gravity, oscillations, waves, fluids and thermodynamics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly. Students may receive credit for PHYSCS 1210 or PHYSCS 2750, but not both. Prerequisites: MATH 1500 or equivalent. Recommended: MATH 1700.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ioan Kosztin

PHYSCS 2760 Section 01: University Physics II

Semester-based
Description: Second semester course in calculus-based physics for science and engineering students. Topics covered are electrostatics, circuits, magnetism, electromagnetic phenomena, optics, matter waves and particles and modern physics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly. Students may receive credit for PHYSCS 1220 or PHYSCS 2760, but not both. Prerequisites: MATH 1700 and grade of C- or better in PHYSCS 2750. Recommended: MATH 2300.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Dorina Kosztin

PHYSCS 3150W Section 01: Introduction to Modern Physics - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Relativistic kinematics and Lorentz transformations; historical basis for quantum mechanics; atomic structure; physics of solids; nuclear structure and decay. Prerequisites: PHYSCS 2760.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Silvia Bompadre

PHYSCS 4420 Section 01: Introduction to Biomedical Imaging

Semester-based
Description: This course offers a broad introduction to medical imaging. Topics to be covered include the physics basics and instrumentation of X-ray, CT, PET, SPECT, ultrasound, MRI, and optical imaging, as well as recent developments in biomedical imagining. Prerequisites: PHYSCS 2760.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Ping Yu, Li Lee

PHYSCS 4650 Section 01: Modern Condensed Matter Physics

Semester-based
Description: Introduces the basic concepts and gives an overview of the latest developments of modern condensed-matter physics as the forefront of (nano) science and technology. Combines lectures and computational laboratory, where students use and develop interactive computer simulations. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: PHYSCS 3150 or instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Carsten Ullrich

PSYCH 2210 Section 03: Mind, Brain, and Behavior

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the structures and processes of the mind and the nervous system, including the psychobiology of eating, sleeping, emotion, stress and learning. No credit if taken after PSYCH 4210. Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration. Recommended: PSYCH 1000
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Matthew Will

PSYCH 2220 Section 03: Drugs and Behavior

Semester-based
Description: Basic principles of drug action on the nervous system; the effects of important psychoactive drugs; drug use and society. Prerequisites: This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration. Recommended: PSYCH 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Dennis Miller, Melissa Tapia

PSYCH 4940 Section 01: Internship in Psychology (CLIP-Govt/NPO)

Semester-based
Description: Work experience in an organization that is relevant to the psychology major. Enrollment limited to students who are in good standing and have completed 9 credit hours in psychology. Intended for students with junior or senior standing. Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Julia Parcell, Kirsten Pape

RA_SCI 3150 Section 02: Radiologic Pharmacology

Semester-based
Description: Pharmacological principles, biopharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamcis, drug classifications, drug names, administration routes, and infection prevention and control will be covered. Attention will be given to contrast agents relative to radiographic imaging. Ethical and legal implications will be explores. Prerequisites: Acceptance into Radiologic Sciences, Radiography Program. Restricted to Radiologic Science students only.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Patricia Tew
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RA_SCI 4085 Section 01: Problems in Medical Imaging

Semester-based
Description: Supervise investigation in an aspect of medical imaging science usually culminating in a written report. Prerequisites: instructor's consent.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Patricia Tew

RA_SCI 4946 Section 03: Advanced Medical Imaging Externship

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with RA_SCI 7946). Supervised clinical experience in a medical imaging specialty with emphasis on patient care and technical practice. Prerequisites: Instructor's consent required. Certification in a primary area of imaging. An affiliation agreement between the University of Missouri Radiologic Sciences Program and the clinical facility. Satisfactory completion of all Clinical Screening Requirements.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Carla Allen
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REL_ST 2110 Section 07A: Religions of the World

Semester-based
Description: This course introduces students to a variety of religious traditions through the study of their myths, rituals, beliefs, and practices, and explores approaches to the academic study of religion.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Douglas Valentine

REL_ST 3100 Section 02: Religious Literacy for the Public and Professions

Semester-based
Description: This course teaches students to engage and encounter religion in day-to-day life and in the professional workplace. Its primary goal is to examine religious diversity in private and professional contexts from a practical standpoint by examining a variety of case studies.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Douglas Valentine

REL_ST 3350 Section 01: Monsters in Western Religion and Folklore

Semester-based
Description: This course focuses on monsters found in Western cultures and more specifically how monsters are instantiated and put to use in contexts of popular culture. Theoretical and methodological approaches to the material are drawn from both Religious Studies and Folkloristics. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kate Kelley

REL_ST 3360 Section 02: Cults and New Religious Movements

Semester-based
Description: While religious traditions constantly change, and new religions emerge in every historical time period, the new religious movements of the past century (many of which are often referred to negatively as "cults") present a particular challenge to contemporary cultures and societies. We will begin with a theoretical overview of new religious movements (NRMs) and will proceed gradually to discuss in detail the religion of the Peoples Temple and its charismatic leader and founder, Jim Jones. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. Recommended: An introductory course in any of the following disciplines/area studies: Religious Studies, Psychology, Communication Studies (emphasis on Media and Society/Media Theory); or Sociology.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Leah Rosenberg

RS_THR 3000 Section 01: Fundamentals of Respiratory Care

Semester-based
Description: Orientation to the profession. Focus on professional attributes of communication, teamwork, licensure and safety. Prerequisites: acceptance into respiratory therapy major.
Summer 2017 Online 80% or greater online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Monica Schibig
Arranged |

RS_THR 4220 Section 01: Community and Patient Education I

Semester-based
Description: Design and implement materials for educational presentations for a given patient population. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jennifer Keely

RS_THR 4240 Section 01: Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Semester-based
Description: Focus is on an interdisciplinary approach to pulmonary rehabilitation and home care of the adult cardiopulmonary patient. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: instructor's consent required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Linda M. Lair

RU_SOC 1000 Section 02: Rural Sociology

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to basic concepts and principles of sociology with a focus on rural populations and places. The course explores interconnections between rural/urban and local global economies and cultures. Students are exposed to the rich diversity of rural society, social changes underway, and to current social issues. (Students may not earn credit for both RU_SOC 1000 and SOCIOL 1000).
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Amanda Sims

RU_SOC 2203 Section 01: Topics in Rural Sociology - Behavioral Science (Towns in MO & Midwest)

Semester-based
Description: Organized study of selected topics. Subjects and earnable credit vary from semester to semester. May be repeated. Recommended: RU_SOC 1000 or SOCIOL 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

RU_SOC 2203W Section 01: Topics in Rural Sociology - Behavioral Science - Writing Intensive (Midwst Towns Voices Inequality)

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Organized study of selected topics. Subjects and earnable credit vary from semester to semester. May be repeated. Recommended: RU_SOC 1000 or SOCIOL 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo, Zachary Rubin

SCI_AG_J 3240 Section 01: Communicating on the Web

Semester-based
Description: Learn to make a useful, content-driven web site using web authoring software (this is not a programming class). This course emphasizes informative content and functional design.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sharon Wood Turley

SCI_AG_J 4480W Section 01: Will Write for Food (and Wine) - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as JOURN 4480) Course focuses on food and wine writing in current U.S. culture. Come ready to create mouthwatering narrative and actively seek publishing your finished work. An emphasis will be placed on class participation and written critiques of peer-reviewed articles in class. Graded on A-F basis only. Prerequisites: JOURN 4450 or JOURN 4804. Restricted to Journalism and Science Agricultural Journalism students only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Nina Furstenau

SRV_LRN 1090 Section 03: Independent Study-Service Learning (Washington DC)

Semester-based
Description: Students participate in community service activities, attend regular meetings, conduct research, submit four journals, a short bibliography and a research paper on their service in the community
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Kirsten Pape

SRV_LRN 3028 Section 01: Civic Leaders Internship (CLIP-Govt/NPO)

Semester-based
Description: Students in any major may enroll in 3-6 credit hour internships with state government offices and agencies. Prerequisites: consent and application required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Julia Parcell, Kirsten Pape

SRV_LRN 3028 Section 02: Civic Leaders Internship (Washington DC Internship)

Semester-based
Description: Students in any major may enroll in 3-6 credit hour internships with state government offices and agencies. Prerequisites: consent and application required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Kirsten Pape

SRV_LRN 3028H Section 01: Civic Leaders Internship - Honors (CLIP-Govt/NPO)

Semester-based
Description: Students in any major may enroll in 3-6 credit hour internships with state government offices and agencies. Prerequisites: consent and application required. Honors eligibility required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Julia Parcell, Kirsten Pape

SRV_LRN 3028H Section 02: Civic Leaders Internship - Honors (Washington DC Internship)

Semester-based
Description: Students in any major may enroll in 3-6 credit hour internships with state government offices and agencies. Prerequisites: consent and application required. Honors eligibility required.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Anne-Marie Foley, Kirsten Pape

SOCIOL 1010 Section 02: Social Problems

Semester-based
Description: Introduces a sociological perspective on what constitutes social problems and their impact on individuals and societies. Emphasizes critical thinking skills. Topics covered may include poverty, inequalities of gender, race, class, religion, education, and political power, the environment and global conflicts among others.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Ashley Isby

SOCIOL 1650 Section 03: Social Deviance

Semester-based
Description: Survey of approaches to the study of behaviors commonly regarded as deviant such as crime, sexual abuse, substance abuse, mental illness, etc.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Robyn Stacia Swink

SOCIOL 2200 Section 03: Social Inequalities

Semester-based
Description: (same as BL_STU 2200). Survey of inequalities based upon criteria such as race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion and social class in contemporary societies. Focus on dynamics by which privilege and inequalities are structured.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jennifer Casper

SOCIOL 2280 Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti

Semester-based
Description: (same as PEA_ST 2280, GEOG 2280). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

SOCIOL 2280W Section 01: Race, Democracy, and Violence in Cuba and Haiti - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as PEA_ST 2280, GEOG 2280). A sociological approach to understand race/ethnicity, identity, citizenship, human rights, violence, and political and economic systems in the Caribbean. Comparisons of the culture, politics, and historical trajectories of Cuba and Haiti using Post-Colonial and Feminist theories. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Joshua Olsberg

SOCIOL 2281 Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects

Semester-based
Description: (same as HLTH_SCI 2200 and PEA_ST 2200). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

SOCIOL 2281W Section 01: Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: (same as HLTH_SCI 2200 and PEA_ST 2200). Environmental consequences of the nuclear arms race, "regional" nuclear war, and weapons testing for human health, agriculture, and society. Examining "a world without nuclear weapons"; political dialogue on proliferation; Iran, North Korea, and nuclear weapons conventions. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Steven Starr

SOCIOL 2286 Section 03: Technological Futures, National Security, and Civil Liberties

Semester-based
Description: (same as PEA_ST 2286). Contemporary practices and future trends in data collection and mining by the NSA and by businesses. The interplay of government and corporate power, and possibilities of regulation and maintenance of privacy and civil liberties. The development of digital intellectual copyright and its consequences on patterns of dissemination of knowledge.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Clarence Lo

SOCIOL 2310 Section 02: Culture and Mass Media

Semester-based
Description: Sociological study of modern folk, local, popular and mass cultural production and consumption; mass media, diffusion, change, differentiation.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Teah Hairston

SOCIOL 3255 Section 02: Youth in Today's World

Semester-based
Description: Study of what factors influence the development of youth in today's society. Examined are types of behavior such as mating, deviance and the role of schools, parents, TV and friendship groups.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Veronica Newton

SOCIOL 3255 Section 03: Youth in Today's World

Semester-based
Description: Study of what factors influence the development of youth in today's society. Examined are types of behavior such as mating, deviance and the role of schools, parents, TV and friendship groups.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Julian Padgett

SOCIOL 3320 Section 02: Sociology of Gender

Semester-based
Description: (same as WGST 3320). Study of the ways in which femininities and masculinities are constructed in American society with particular attention to gender ideologies and the gendered nature of the social structure.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Melina Constantine Miseo

SOCIOL 3320 Section 03: Sociology of Gender

Semester-based
Description: (same as WGST 3320). Study of the ways in which femininities and masculinities are constructed in American society with particular attention to gender ideologies and the gendered nature of the social structure.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Rebecca Carey

SOCIOL 3430 Section 02: The Sociology of Sport

Semester-based
Description: The role of sport in modern society. Includes violence in sport; politics and economics of sport; male, female, and racial inequalities; and international comparisons of sport structures.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Allen Edwards

SOCIOL 3430 Section 04: The Sociology of Sport

Semester-based
Description: The role of sport in modern society. Includes violence in sport; politics and economics of sport; male, female, and racial inequalities; and international comparisons of sport structures.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Matthew Knudtson

SOCIOL 3430 Section 05: The Sociology of Sport

Semester-based
Description: The role of sport in modern society. Includes violence in sport; politics and economics of sport; male, female, and racial inequalities; and international comparisons of sport structures.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Anastacia Schulhoff

SOCIOL 3600 Section 03: Criminology

Semester-based
Description: (same as PEA_ST 3600). Sociology of law; constitutional, psychological, sociological theories of criminal behavior; process of criminal justice; treatment of corrections; control of crime.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Julien Grayer

SPAN 1100 Section 04: Elementary Spanish I

Semester-based
Description: An introductory course for students who wish to begin their study of Spanish. It teaches the four skills - listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The class meets four days a week (with the exception of the online section, which taught completely online). Class time is used to integrate new structures and vocabulary into spoken and written language.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jacquelyn Kay

SPC_ED 4300 Section 02: Introduction to Special Education

Semester-based
Description: Introductory overview of the field of special education; historical developments, characteristics of special populations, and compliance with state and federal regulations.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Delinda VanGarderen

STAT 1200 Section 05: Introductory Statistical Reasoning

Semester-based
Description: Statistical concepts for critically evaluation quantitative information. Descriptive statistics, probability, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. Students may not receive credit if they have received or are concurrently receiving credit for a higher numbered course offered by the Statistics Department. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course. Prerequisites: grade of C- or better in MATH 1100 or MATH 1120 or MATH 1160 or MATH 1180 or exemption from College Algebra by examination.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Lawrence Ries

STAT 2500 Section 02: Introduction to Probability and Statistics I

Semester-based
Description: Designed primarily for students in College of Business. Descriptive statistics, probability, random variables, sampling distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis tests. Math Reasoning Proficiency course. Prerequisites: grade of C- or better in MATH 1300 or MATH 1400 or MATH 1500.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Dr. Philip Deming

STAT 3500 Section 02: Introduction to Probability and Statistics II

Semester-based
Description: Continuation of STAT 2500. Coverage of additional topics including: Regression; model building; ANOVA; nonparametic methods; use of a statistical computer package. Prerequisites: grade in the C - or higher in STAT 2200 or STAT 2500 or STAT 2530, or STAT 4710 or concurrent enrollment in STAT 2200.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Margaret Bryan

T_A_M 2200 Section 01: Science of Textiles

Semester-based
Description: Fundamental concepts of textiles. Chemical composition, molecular arrangement, and physical structure of natural and manufactured fibers. Yarn and fabric manufacturing and various finishing techniques. Impacts of such characteristics and techniques on function, performance, and quality. Graded on A-F basis only.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kerri McBee-Black

T_A_M 2520W Section 01A: History of Western Dress - Writing Intensive

Semester-based Writing Intensive
Writing Intensive
Description: Surveys the history of Western dress from prehistory through the 18th Century. Prerequisites: ENGLSH 1000.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Nicole Johnston

T_A_M 4110 Section 01: Global Sourcing

Semester-based
Description: (cross-leveled with T_A_M 7110). Global sourcing refers to how and where manufactured goods or components will be procured. In today's global softgoods industry, sourcing has become a major competitive strategy for both manufacturers and retailers. Graded on A-F basis only. Recommended: junior standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Baolu Wang

T_A_M 4949 Section 02: Field Training in Textiles and Apparel Management

Semester-based
Description: Practical aspects of internship experience coordinated with the university curriculum. Available for various areas of emphasis. Prerequisites: 2.5 GPA, T_A_M 2120, instructor's consent, and necessary prerequisite for area of emphasis.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Jaime Mestres

WGST 1120 Section 02: Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

Semester-based
Description: Introduction to the basic issues of Western feminist thought through a study of classical and contemporary sources. Course will consider images, conditions, activities and visions of women as they vary historically and socially.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Kristen Kalz

WGST 2040 Section 01: Perspectives on Empowerment

Semester-based
Description: Women's Empowerment is a popular catch phrase in culture, politics and research. This course explores the meaning of empowerment, the ways empowerment is practiced in organizations and in the everyday lives of girls and women, and the challenges in empowering girls and women in contemporary society. May be repeated for credit with different semester themes.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Carolina Escudero

WGST 3650 Section 01: Themes in Feminism (US Women's Movements)

Semester-based
Description: Course may cover historical and contemporary understandings of feminism, feminist movements in the U.S. and globally, and key debates in feminism. The specific topics will be announced at the time of registration. May be repeated for credit with different semester themes. Recommended: junior standing.
Summer 2017 E-Learning 100% online
| Undergraduate
Instructor: Sarah-Lirley McCune

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