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ACCOUNTING

Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 210-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10995
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
34 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 403-01
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Formerly Acct 101. Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
Req'd prereq or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 210-10
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10996
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-24 and ACCT 403-10 and ACCT 403-24
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Formerly Acct 101. Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
Req'd prereq or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required. Videoconferenced
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 210-24
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10997
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-10 and ACCT 403-10 and ACCT 403-24
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Formerly Acct 101. Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
Req'd prereq or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 210-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13407
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Formerly Acct 101. Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
Req'd prereq or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
**CLOSED**
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 211-10
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10998
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
26 / 26
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 211-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Formerly Acct 102. Accumulation and use of accounting information by management in planning and controlling business activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgets.
Notes
or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
**CLOSED**
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 211-24
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10999
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
26 / 26
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 211-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Formerly Acct 102. Accumulation and use of accounting information by management in planning and controlling business activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgets.
Notes
or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required. Videoconferenced
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 211-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13409
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Formerly Acct 102. Accumulation and use of accounting information by management in planning and controlling business activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgets.
Notes
or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 211-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13410
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Formerly Acct 102. Accumulation and use of accounting information by management in planning and controlling business activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgets.
Notes
or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 211-98B
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13317
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Formerly Acct 102. Accumulation and use of accounting information by management in planning and controlling business activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost-volume-profit relationships, and budgets.
Notes
or qualification into MATH 121. Internet required.
Title
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 304-01
When / Where
TU 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11000
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Generally accepted accounting principles; conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, measurement and recognition of assets, and measurement and recognition of liabilities.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121. Internet required. The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 304-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11001
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 304-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Generally accepted accounting principles; conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, measurement and recognition of assets, and measurement and recognition of liabilities.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121. Internet required. video conferenced with ACCT 304-24 The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under. Videoconferenced
Title
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
Class
ACCT 304-24
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11002
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 304-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Generally accepted accounting principles; conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, measurement and recognition of assets, and measurement and recognition of liabilities.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121. Internet required. video conferenced with ACCT 304-10 The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under. Videoconferenced
Title
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 305-10
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11704
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 305-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 304
Description
Continuation of Acct 304. Stockholders' equity, income measurement theory, and preparation and analysis of financial statements.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121
Title
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
Class
ACCT 305-24
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11003
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 305-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 304
Description
Continuation of Acct 304. Stockholders' equity, income measurement theory, and preparation and analysis of financial statements.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121
Title
INCOME TAX LAW AND PROCEDURE
Class
ACCT 307-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11004
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Income tax fundamentals and taxation of individuals. Gross income, exclusions, deductions, exemptions, credits, and transactions in property.
Notes
or qualification into MATH121 The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
COST & MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 313-01
When / Where
TH 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11005
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accumulation and analysis of accounting information for management decisions. Job order and process cost accumulation; master budgets and responsibility accounting; flexible budgets, standards, and variance analysis; relevant costs for decision making: joint costs and cost allocation.
Notes
The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
COST & MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 313-10
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / WB
Instructor
CRN
11595
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 313-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accumulation and analysis of accounting information for management decisions. Job order and process cost accumulation; master budgets and responsibility accounting; flexible budgets, standards, and variance analysis; relevant costs for decision making: joint costs and cost allocation.
Notes
video conferenced with ACCT 313-24 The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
COST & MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 313-24
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / SCH
Instructor
CRN
11006
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 313-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 210 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accumulation and analysis of accounting information for management decisions. Job order and process cost accumulation; master budgets and responsibility accounting; flexible budgets, standards, and variance analysis; relevant costs for decision making: joint costs and cost allocation.
Notes
The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
**CLOSED**
Title
PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING
Class
ACCT 330-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11007
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 330-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 304 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 305 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Principles, practices, and procedures employed in examination of financial statements. Professional ethics, auditors' legal responsibility, generally accepted auditing standards, audit procedures, and reports on financial statements.
Notes
Videoconferenced
**CLOSED**
Title
PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING
Class
ACCT 330-24
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11977
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 330-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 304 with a min grade of C- and ACCT 305 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Principles, practices, and procedures employed in examination of financial statements. Professional ethics, auditors' legal responsibility, generally accepted auditing standards, audit procedures, and reports on financial statements.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
Class
ACCT 352-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11285
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 35
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
FIN 352-98
Prerequisites
ACCT 304 with a min grade of C- and FIN 311 with a min grade of C-
Description
Use of financial statements in interpreting financial condition for purposes of internal control or external evaluation. ACCT 304 strongly recommended. Crosslisted with FIN 352.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
11292
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Online and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to undergraduate business program.
Notes
This prerequsite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog they were admitted under . Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor. The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
11304
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Online and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to undergraduate business program.
Notes
This prerequsite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog they were admitted under . Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor. The prerequisite applies to students entering in on the 2018 -2019 academic catalog and later. Students admitted before this time should follow the catalog that they were admitted under.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 403-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11421
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
34 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
May be required for entry to MSA/MSAF programs; see your advisor. Not applicable for credit in the College of Business graduate degree programs.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 403-10
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11422
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 65
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-10 and ACCT 210-24 and ACCT 403-24
Prerequisites
None
Description
Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
May be required for entry to MSA/MSAF programs; see your advisor. Not applicable for credit in the College of Business graduate degree programs. Videoconferenced
Title
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 403-24
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11416
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 65
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-10 and ACCT 210-24 and ACCT 403-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Accounting process and use of accounting information in business decisions. Topics include accounting equation, data accumulation, accounting cycle, financial reports, and basic accounting principles.
Notes
May be required for entry to MSA/MSAF programs; see your advisor. Not applicable for credit in the College of Business graduate degree programs. Videoconferenced
Title
ACCOUNTING FOR EXECUTIVES
Class
ACCT 405-24
When / Where
Online Course / SCH 372
Instructor
CRN
11010
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Functions of the modern executive including the duties, expectations, and responsibilities. Topics from both financial and managerial accounting. Course materials are case oriented.
Notes
ACCT module of BADM 401./Internet required. Not applicable for credit to the MSA.
Title
ACCOUNTING FOR EXECUTIVES
Class
ACCT 405-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12452
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Functions of the modern executive including the duties, expectations, and responsibilities. Topics from both financial and managerial accounting. Course materials are case oriented.
Notes
ACCT module of BADM 401./Internet required. Not applicable for credit to the MSA.
Title
ACCOUNTING FOR EXECUTIVES
Class
ACCT 405-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11009
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 40
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Functions of the modern executive including the duties, expectations, and responsibilities. Topics from both financial and managerial accounting. Course materials are case oriented.
Notes
ACCT module of BADM 401./Internet required. Not applicable for credit to the MSA.
Title
ISSUES IN ASSET VALUATION
Class
ACCT 406-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12453
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
BADM 401 with a min grade of P or concurrent
Description
Accounting theory associated with asset valuation; focus on the balance sheet. Topics include accounts receivable, depreciation, bonds, investments, and owners' equity.
Notes
Internet required. Acct 210 with grade of B or higher required.
Title
ISSUES IN INCOME DETERMINATION
Class
ACCT 407-10
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11013
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 407-24
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accounting theory associated with income determination; focus on income statement and cash flow statement. Topics include pensions, leases, revenue recognition, and earnings per share.
Notes
Acct 210 and 211, or equivalents, with a min grade of B. Internet required. Videoconferenced
Title
ISSUES IN INCOME DETERMINATION
Class
ACCT 407-24
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11586
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACCT 407-10
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accounting theory associated with income determination; focus on income statement and cash flow statement. Topics include pensions, leases, revenue recognition, and earnings per share.
Notes
Acct 210 and 211, or equivalents, with a min grade of B. Internet required. Videoconferenced
Title
ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 414-10
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11481
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 35
Wait List
0 / 65
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Accounting theory for partnerships and fiduciaries, advanced corporate concepts, investments, business combinations, branches, consolidated financial statements, corporate reorganizations, installment sales, and consignments.
Notes
None
Title
PROF PRACTICE OF AUDITING
Class
ACCT 433-24
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11014
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Advanced and intensive study of auditing theory including statements on auditing standards and other pronouncements of professional organizations. Audit sampling, computer use in audit process, and contemporary professional issues. Emphasis on application of theory to specific problems using the case study method.
Notes
None
Title
ADV COST & MANAGERIAL ACCTG
Class
ACCT 442-24
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12243
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 with a min grade of C- and BADM 401 with a min grade of P or concurrent
Description
Variety of higher-level quantitative and other topics in cost accounting. Transfer pricing, measurement of managerial performance, direct costing, decision models, quantitative approaches to cost accounting, and statistical analysis of costs and variances.
Notes
ACCT 211, or equivalent, with a grade of B or higher required.
Title
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
ACCT 450-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11836
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 40
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
INFS 421-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theory and operation of accounting information systems. Internal control, information flow, computerized transaction processing, systems analysis and design, responsibility centers, and database implementation.
Notes
Internet required with ability to use Microsoft Office.
Title
FEDERAL TAXATION
Class
ACCT 456-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12454
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 405 with a min grade of C- or ACCT 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Current taxation issues of practical and professional interest; topics of pending or proposed legislation. Selection depends on current development in taxation and areas of faculty interest and specialization. May be repeated for credit with prior approval and different topics.
Notes
None
Title
FRAUD EXAMINATION
Class
ACCT 471-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11017
Session 3A Dates:
08/31 to 10/24
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Overview of fraud theory and the prevention and detection of various types of fraud. Topics include embezzlement, asset misappropriation, and corruption.
Notes
3 sh Accounting and 3sh Information Systems or computer courses.
Title
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND FRAUD
Class
ACCT 473-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11957
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Frauds that appear in financial statements; emphasis on detection and prevention of frauds. Study of specific corporations where fraud has been found in the financial statements.
Notes
3 semester hours in Accounting and 3 semester hours in Information Systems are required.
Title
ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING
Class
ACCT 474-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11923
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The course includes the study of the methods to detect and prevent money laundering. Among the topics covered in the course are the history of money laundering, the laws, domestic and international, including the Third European Directive, the agencies established to assist in the fight against money laundering and the related information sharing efforts.
Notes
None
Title
TOPICS IN BUSINESS FORENSICS
Class
ACCT 477-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12455
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 406
Description
Course will include coverage of Benford's law and the study of corporate fraud. In the study of corporate fraud we will study the schemes along with control procedures, tests, checklists, questionnaires and audit programs that relate to the schemes.
Notes
3 sh Accounting and 3 sh of Information Systems or computer courses.
Title
ACCOUNTING RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
Class
ACCT 491-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / WB 611
Instructor
CRN
11018
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 406 and ACCT 407
Description
As the Capstone course for the MSA program, topics covered will be changing to ensure that students receive information on current changes as they occur in the accounting world. Possible topics covered may include XBRL, standards, and regulations. Two simulations will be performed: one will be a group simulation and the second will be an individual simulation. The purpose of the simulations is to provide students with the ability to make decisions, and to deal with the outcomes of those decisions when the results are not what was expected.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11161
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment, consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 492-29
When / Where
TBA / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
11305
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment, consent is required by the instructor.
Title
SEM: THEORY & CASES FINAN MGMT
Class
ACCT 493-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11283
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 35
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
FIN 482-98
Prerequisites
ACCT 406
Description
Advanced course in corporate finance. Topics include capital budgeting, capital structure, management of working capital, and special topics chosen by the instructor.
Notes
None

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE

Title
ACTUARIAL CAREER
Class
ACSC 101-10
When / Where
W 04:00 PM-04:50 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11698
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
5 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Introduce students to the diverse field that encompasses actuarial science. The focus will be on exploring the many paths that actuaries can embark upon (life, pension, health, consulting, property & casualty, and other alternatives). The course will also incorporate the development of certain soft skills such as public speaking, presentations, debate, where appropriate.
Notes
For students interested in Actuarial Science and related fields.
Title
DATA MINING
Class
ACSC 309-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11489
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 309-01 and CST 421-01 and MATH 309-01 and MATH 409-01
Prerequisites
(MATH 246 or ACSC 246) and (MATH 217 or ECON 234 or SOC 291 or MATH 238 or MATH 347 or ACSC 347)
Description
Methods of knowledge discovery in massive data, i.e. the study of computer-assisted process of digging through and analyzing enormous data sets and then extracting the 'meaning' of the data by applying mathematical methods. The methods that we study in this course are designed to predict behaviors and future trends based on existing data. Topics include classifications techniques, clusterization techniques, association rule discovery techniques, techniques for improving data quality. See Cst 309.
Notes
None
Title
PROBABILITY THEORY
Class
ACSC 347-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11451
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
MATH 347-01
Prerequisites
MATH 233 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Probability models; random variables; probability distributions; expectation and moment generating functions of random variables; multivariate distributions. See MATH 347.
Notes
or concurrent.
Title
REGRESSION & TIME SERIES
Class
ACSC 349-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11700
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
MATH 349-10 and MATH 449-10
Prerequisites
(MATH 231 and (MATH 217 or ECON 234 or SOC 291)) or ACSC 348 or MATH 348
Description
Simple and multiple linear regression models; time series analysis; applications to forecasting; statistical software. See MATH 349.
Notes
None
Title
FINANCIAL MATH
Class
ACSC 367-01
When / Where
TU TH 03:30 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11327
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
MATH 367-01
Prerequisites
MATH 232
Description
Mathematics of interest, accumulated value, and present value; annuities certain; amortization schedules and sinking funds; bonds and related securities; depreciation; rates of return; spot and forward rates of interest; cashflow duration and immunization; stocks, mutual funds, fixed income. Financial calculator. See MATH 367.
Notes
None

AFRICAN&AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES

Title
INTRO TO AFRICAN STUDIES
Class
AFS 101-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11241
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 190
Attributes
International Studies and Non-Western Culture and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Interdisciplinary approach to understanding the role of Africa and its peoples in world history. How Africans shaped their cultures and lives in both ancient and modern times.
Notes
Some seats reserved for new freshman. This remote course is web-based and runs on Blackboard and Zoom. Remote courses have both synchronous (e.g., Zoom meetings) and asynchronous (e.g., Bb discussion forums) features, as detailed on the course format definitions page on the RU Covid-19 site. Synchronous activities in these classes will always take place during the scheduled course day and time. There may not be Zoom meetings on every scheduled date; check the course syllabus for required meeting dates.
Title
INTRO TO AFRICAN-AMER STUDIES
Class
AFS 102-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11242
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Non-Western Culture and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Interdisciplinary profile of worldwide experiences of persons of African descent from antiquity to the present. Emphasis on the American experience in the arts, the workplace, politics, religion, and race relations.
Notes
Some seats reserved for new freshman.
Title
PSYC STUDY OF RACISM
Class
AFS 211-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11816
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Ideas Course and Non-Western Culture and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
PSYC 211-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with the field of psychology's study of racism and prejudice; and engage the student an experiential investigation of racism and prejudice via group discussions, viewing of films on the topics, and additional readings as assigned
Notes
Sophomore standing. Some seats restricted for Schaumburg students
Title
AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS
Class
AFS 233-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12894
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Humanities and Non-Western Culture and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
HIST 233-01
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course will interrogate the definitions, chronology, and locations of the civil righs movement in American history.
Notes
Sophomore standing. This remote course is web-based and runs on Blackboard and Zoom. Remote courses have both synchronous (e.g., Zoom meetings) and asynchronous (e.g., Bb discussion forums) features, as detailed on the course format definitions page on the RU Covid-19 site. Synchronous activities in these classes will always take place during the scheduled course day and time. There may not be Zoom meetings on every scheduled date; check the course syllabus for required meeting dates.
Title
THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN MAN
Class
AFS 318-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12071
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 25
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Non-Western Culture and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Historical, psychological, and sociological examination of issues and conflicts concerning the status, identity, and image of the African-American male in contemporary American society.
Notes
Sophomore standing

ALLIED HEALTH

Title
INTRO TO MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Class
ALH 119-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11924
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
39 / 47
Wait List
0 / 90
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Medical Terminology is a course that helps students understand the Greek-and Latin-based language of medicine and healthcare. Emphasis is placed upon word roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, symbols, anatomical terms, and terms associated with movements of the human body. This course also stresses the proper pronunciation, spelling, and usage of medical terminology.
Notes
This course does not count towards BIOL major credit.
Title
INTRO TO MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Class
ALH 119-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13142
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Medical Terminology is a course that helps students understand the Greek-and Latin-based language of medicine and healthcare. Emphasis is placed upon word roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, symbols, anatomical terms, and terms associated with movements of the human body. This course also stresses the proper pronunciation, spelling, and usage of medical terminology.
Notes
This course does not count towards BIOL major credit. RMEC students only

ARCHITECTURAL

Title
TECH DRAWING
Class
ACT 105-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / AUD 554
Instructor
CRN
13127
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This technical skills course will enhance the student’s ability to use manual drafting techniques for graphic communication. Proper use and care of drafting equipment, development and application of line weights, use of architectural scale, architectural lettering techniques, and orthographic projections are introduced. Graphic communication skills are employed to facilitate the development of basic manual drafting skills, visualization, and the solution of spatial problems.
Notes
None
Title
ARCH MATERIALS 1
Class
ACT 113-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / AUD 514
Instructor
CRN
13128
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This practical skills course will introduce students to basic construction materials and assemblies with regard to wood and brick construction. Life safety, sustainable building practices, state and municipal laws and ordinances, and building codes and zoning are introduced.
Notes
None
Title
CAD 1
Class
ACT 125-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
13129
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACT 105 with a min grade of D
Description
This technical skills course transitions students from manual drafting to computer-based drafting using AutoCAD. Students will use computer-based software to complete advances orthographic projections, sectional viewing, auxiliary viewing, and detailed dimensioning. Students will incorporate a minimum of one project into their design portfolio. (Prerequisite: ACT 105)
Notes
RMEC students only
Title
DESIGN STUDIO 1
Class
ACT 204-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13130
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACT 151 with a min grade of D
Description
This design studio presents the architectural design process with special emphasis on using design theories and their applications. It highlights architectural thinking and helps students gain a thorough understanding of space and form. This studio fully explores, analyzes and cross-references key elements and techniques used in architecture and space planning. Scenarios involving the use of a design principle, or the way it might be experienced, will aid students in developing strategies for their own design. (Prerequisites: ACT 105, ACT 151)
Notes
RMEC students only
Title
CAD 3
Class
ACT 255-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13131
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACT 125 with a min grade of D and ACT 155 with a min grade of D
Description
This course is an introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit Architecture. Students will create a complete three-dimensional building model and convey information about that model through two-dimensional drawings. (Prerequisite: ACT 155)
Notes
RMEC students only

ART

**CLOSED**
Title
INTRO TO THE VISUAL ARTS
Class
ART 101-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10895
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Form and content in painting, sculpture, architecture, and film.
Notes
Some seats reserved for new freshman. Includes required field trips to local museumes during scheduled class time.
Title
INTRO TO THE VISUAL ARTS
Class
ART 101-02
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12950
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Form and content in painting, sculpture, architecture, and film.
Notes
None
Title
INTRO TO THE VISUAL ARTS
Class
ART 101-03
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13116
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Form and content in painting, sculpture, architecture, and film.
Notes
None
Title
DESIGN AND COLOR
Class
ART 130-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13145
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
In this course, students are introduced to the principles of color theory composition through application in design projects across mediums. Students apply visual thinking to design problems, utilizing color theory and design principles to communicate a solution. During the course, students will develop manual skills and are expected to demonstrate craftsmanship and presentation skills.
Notes
None
Title
VISUAL & CONCEPT
Class
ART 150-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13146
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students will develop commercial drawing skills and create visual representations for various media. They will utilize brainstorming and concept development techniques and communicate through sketches, thumbnails and hand drawn compositions. Students will prepare storyboards and visual concepts for presentation and art direction.
Notes
None
Title
DIGITAL PHOTO
Class
ART 207-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13148
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces digital darkroom approaches and techniques applied to the art and practice of photography, focusing on the use of a SLR camera, Adobe Bridge and Adobe Photoshop. Students are introduced to the technical and practical aspects of using a DSLR camera, photographic composition, and digital workflow. Emphasis is placed on the creative process while exploring the aesthetics of photography for publication, exhibition and commercial use.
Notes
RMEC students only
Title
VIDEO PRODUCTION
Class
ART 208-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / AUD 280
Instructor
CRN
13143
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students receive hands-on training in digital video and post-sound production from idea development to project delivery. Students are introduced to the digital filmmaking workflow and the software and hardware tools necessary for project completion. Emphasis is placed on the visual literacy necessary for crafting quality work.
Notes
RMEC students only
Title
PAINTING I
Class
ART 215-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10896
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 216-01 and ART 315-01 and ART 316-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Double period.
Notes
None
Title
PAINTING II
Class
ART 216-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10897
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 215-01 and ART 315-01 and ART 316-01
Prerequisites
ART 215 with a min grade of C
Description
Double period.
Notes
None
Title
CERAMICS I
Class
ART 226-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10898
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 232-01 and ART 326-01 and ART 332-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
A beginning hands-on course assuming no knowledge of clay work. Students learn all necessary technical skills and then create individual works based on these skills. Personal development and creativity emphasized, as are sculpture and hand-building. A variety of clays and glazes are available. The class includes a historical perspective using images that we discuss. Wheel thrown pottery is introduced but not required.
Notes
None
Title
CERAMICS II
Class
ART 232-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11883
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 226-01 and ART 326-01 and ART 332-01
Prerequisites
ART 226 with a min grade of C
Description
Students use hand building techniques to make complex slab, coil and sculpted forms. Wheel throwing requires mastery of a perfect cylinder, simple vase forms, a mug as well as trimmed and untrimmed bowls. Independent ideas are encouraged. Students learn to mix slips and glazes and explore ceramic history.
Notes
None
Title
DESIGN INTERACT
Class
ART 245-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13150
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course serves as an introduction to the theory and principles of interaction design. Students utilize theories of information architecture, user experience research, content strategy and wire framing to plan user-friendly, accessible sites. User interface planning and design are integrated into a cohesive plan. Students then build functional prototypes. The fundamentals of search engine optimization, image optimization, multimedia files, and font management are integrated into the course structure. (Prerequisite: ART 235)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
WEB INTERACT
Class
ART 253-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13149
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ART 245 with a min grade of D
Description
In this intermediate course, students explore user experience and develop an understanding of digital interaction. The course focuses on project planning, wire framing, interface design, and responsive prototyping. Students research interface design and strategy, beginning with screen-based systems such as web, mobile and tablet, and review pervasive design patterns and emerging trends. Students observe real users and examine prototypes. They learn to plan, discover, interpret, discriminate, revise and justify their design concepts through the utilization of essential web programming languages. (Prerequisites: ART 228 or ART 245)
Notes
RMEC students only
Title
HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN
Class
ART 265-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13158
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ART 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course surveys the development of design for print media, beginning with the first systems of written language and hand-illustrated manuscripts. It then spans the evolution of graphic design from the invention of the printing press to the plethora of modernist and contemporary design styles utilizing digital hardware and software.
Notes
Must have prereq or consent of instructor. RMEC students only.
Title
GRAPHIC DESGN 2
Class
ART 291-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13151
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ART 203 with a min grade of D and ART 261 with a min grade of D and ART 235 with a min grade of D
Description
Continuing the use of InDesign, this course introduces multiple-page documents and preparation for multi-media campaigns. Students continue to apply design principles and concepts of typography, color theory, composition, and print production as they expand to dimensional design through prototypes and physical mock-ups.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
ADV DIGIT PHOTO
Class
ART 307-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13152
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ART 235 with a min grade of D
Description
This advanced digital imaging course facilitates mastery of concept-driven image creation for artistic and client-based projects. Students refine composition, color correction, use of layers and masking, advanced retouching techniques, and the use and integration of type to create refined and complex image-driven design work. (Prerequisite: ART 235)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
ADVANCED PAINTING I
Class
ART 315-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10899
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 215-01 and ART 216-01 and ART 316-01
Prerequisites
ART 216 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
ADVANCED PAINTING II
Class
ART 316-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10900
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 215-01 and ART 216-01 and ART 315-01
Prerequisites
ART 315 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
ADVANCED CERAMICS I
Class
ART 326-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10901
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 226-01 and ART 232-01 and ART 332-01
Prerequisites
ART 232 with a min grade of C
Description
Students engage in personal independent work as well as in-depth study of general sculpture, ceramic history and glaze chemistry, which includes discussion of glaze ingredients and how to formulate glaze recipes. Students pursue individual projects in hand-building, emphasizing individual style and content, and develop increasingly sophisticated wheel thrown forms, including but not limited to 4”-5” tall forms, a pitcher and plate.
Notes
None
Title
ADVANCED CERAMICS II
Class
ART 332-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11884
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 226-01 and ART 232-01 and ART 326-01
Prerequisites
ART 326 with a min grade of C
Description
Students develop personal style using all appropriate techniques with work expected to be ambitious and students conversant in modern and historical trends in ceramic art. Opportunity to personalize glazes. Wheel thrown pots include forms 6”-10” tall, lidded vessels, and 2-part forms, such as goblets, and wide forms, if earlier stages have been mastered. Students may also create a bust, autobiographical teapot, or visual ode to a person, place or thing.
Notes
Consent of instructor
Title
TOP: INTERACTION FOR MOBILE
Class
ART 337-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13153
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
or ART 201 with a min grade of C- or ART 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
None
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
DIG VIDEO SOUND
Class
ART 338-01
When / Where
M W 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / AUD 280
Instructor
CRN
13154
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ART 108 with a min grade of D
Description
This course is designed to provide students with hands-on training in digital video and sound production, with emphasis on creating video content for digital publications, the internet, and mobile and wireless delivery. Students develop video production skills, lighting, sound, camera operations and editing. They work collaboratively to develop and produce a video project. Students are introduced to multi-camera shooting and the crew roles necessary to produce live streaming productions. Professional acquisition, post-production, and media content creation tools will be used for students to gain real world knowledge of best practices in the field. (Prerequisite: ART 108)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
PROF PORTFOLIO
Class
ART 340R-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13164
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students examine methods and techniques for presenting print, web and interactive design work to prospective employers and clients. Students will produce multiple presentations of their portfolio; throughout the course, they develop and design a personal branding package, ready to present their work in a professional manner. (Prerequisite: Must have Senior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
SR INTERNSHIP
Class
ART 380-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13159
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Graphic Design students are required to complete an internship during their senior year of study in order to create professional portfolio pieces, understand workflow, develop project management skills, and gain experience working with clients. Students will shadow senior designers, build self-confidence, and transition from school to the professional world. Internships last approximately ten weeks, and students must complete 100 hours of work during that time. (Prerequisite: Senior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.

ARTS LEADERSHIP

Title
PRFSSNAL MUSICIAN IN SOCIETY
Class
ARTL 101-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / AUD
Instructor
CRN
12248
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 23
Wait List
0 / 10
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Professional identity and arts activism; the value of music and music-making in society. Communication with diverse audiences about music as cultural and aesthetic expression and creative activity. Time management and wellness (self care); healthy and productive approaches to practice and rehearsal; entrepreneurial opportunities in music. As a culminating activity, students will design, manage and execute a collaborative performance project, under the guidance of the Center for Arts Leadership.
Notes
For students in the BM or BMA degree programs.
Title
PRFSSNAL MUSICIAN IN SOCIETY
Class
ARTL 101-02
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12249
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 23
Wait List
0 / 10
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Professional identity and arts activism; the value of music and music-making in society. Communication with diverse audiences about music as cultural and aesthetic expression and creative activity. Time management and wellness (self care); healthy and productive approaches to practice and rehearsal; entrepreneurial opportunities in music. As a culminating activity, students will design, manage and execute a collaborative performance project, under the guidance of the Center for Arts Leadership.
Notes
For students in the BM or BMA degree programs.
Title
PRFSSNAL MUSICIAN IN SOCIETY
Class
ARTL 101-03
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
12715
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 23
Wait List
0 / 10
Attributes
Face to Face and Ideas Course
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Professional identity and arts activism; the value of music and music-making in society. Communication with diverse audiences about music as cultural and aesthetic expression and creative activity. Time management and wellness (self care); healthy and productive approaches to practice and rehearsal; entrepreneurial opportunities in music. As a culminating activity, students will design, manage and execute a collaborative performance project, under the guidance of the Center for Arts Leadership.
Notes
For students in the BM or BMA degree programs.
Title
INTERNSHIP: PERFORMING ARTS
Class
ARTL 360-01
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13117
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
2 / 10
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship
Cross-listed With
MAS 360-01
Prerequisites
MAS 301 with a min grade of B-
Description
This course complements off-site internship work for a performing arts organization with self-reflection, discussion, assessment, and further exploration of work experiences beyond those found in curricula. Assignments and discussions will contextualize the role of the individual within an arts organization, heighten the student’s understanding of the industry and structures, and provide tools for self-reflection and professional development. Students may register for 1-3 credits
Notes
The student is responsible for securing an internship position with an approved organization. Minimum of 5 hours/week with the organization (total hours for the semester 120-240). Work location (on-site/off-site) must be approved by the instructor.

ARTS MANAGEMENT

**CLOSED**
Title
FUNDRAISING/DEVEL FOR PERF ART
Class
ARTM 375-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12267
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ARTM 475-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Strategies and issues for fund raising and development in non-profit arts organizations, including public funding, grants, and philanthropic sources.
Notes
Consent of department
Title
MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
Class
ARTM 460-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11552
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 15
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Goals and techniques of marketing for a performing arts organization; Goals and techniques for public relations--how does it differ from marketing; Ingtegrating marketing, public relations, and development; Short- vs. long-range marketing; the relationship between marketing and artistic departments; Projecting ticket sale income as part of the budgeting process.
Notes
ARTM majors only.
Title
FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE
Class
ARTM 465-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11553
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 15
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Financial planning and budgeting, cash flow projection, balance sheets, operating statements, non-profit finance vs. for profit finance, earned vs. contributed income, fixed vs. variable expense.
Notes
ARTM majors only.
**CLOSED**
Title
FUNDAMENTALS OF DEVELOPMENT
Class
ARTM 475-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11702
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 15
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ARTM 375-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Strategies and issues for fund raising and development in non-profit arts organizations, including public funding, grants, and philanthropic sources.
Notes
ARTM majors only.

BIOCHEMISTRY

**CLOSED**
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY
Class
BCHM 355-01
When / Where
TU 10:00 AM-01:00 PM / ZOOM
CRN
11193
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
34 / 30
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 455-01
Prerequisites
CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 212 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Electron transport chain, protein structure, enzyme kinetics, biosynthesis and intermediary metabolism of amino acids, and carbohydrates and lipids. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
Also for BIOL major credit.
**CLOSED**
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY
Class
BCHM 355-20
When / Where
TU 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12081
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 455-20
Prerequisites
CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 212 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Electron transport chain, protein structure, enzyme kinetics, biosynthesis and intermediary metabolism of amino acids, and carbohydrates and lipids. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
Also for BIOL major credit.
Title
EXP. MTHDS BIOCHEM & BIOTECH
Class
BCHM 356-01
When / Where
TH 10:00 AM-02:00 PM / WB 811
CRN
12091
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 18
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course
Cross-listed With
BCHM 456-01
Prerequisites
BCHM 355 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Biochemical techniques including enzyme and lipid assays, isolation, and analysis of biologically relevant macromolecules.
Notes
Also for BIOL major credit. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR
Class
BCHM 393-01
When / Where
TU 05:01 PM-05:51 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12568
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 393-20 and BCHM 493-01 and BCHM 493-20
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C- or BCHM 355 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course primarily involves searching, reading, and critiquing primary literature on biochemical topics, learning how to give a technical seminar, and presenting a seminar to technical audience. Weekly assignments will consist of reading, discussing, and writing short reviews of recent biochemical research published in the literature. You will learn how to give a technical presentation by attending and critiquing seminars presented by speakers within and outside of the Roosevelt community, and by preparing and giving a presentation on a literature topic of your choice.
Notes
Consent of instructor Videoconferenced
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR
Class
BCHM 393-20
When / Where
TU 05:01 PM-05:51 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11908
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 393-01 and BCHM 493-01 and BCHM 493-20
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C- or BCHM 355 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course primarily involves searching, reading, and critiquing primary literature on biochemical topics, learning how to give a technical seminar, and presenting a seminar to technical audience. Weekly assignments will consist of reading, discussing, and writing short reviews of recent biochemical research published in the literature. You will learn how to give a technical presentation by attending and critiquing seminars presented by speakers within and outside of the Roosevelt community, and by preparing and giving a presentation on a literature topic of your choice.
Notes
Consent of instructor Videoconferenced
**CLOSED**
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY
Class
BCHM 455-01
When / Where
TU 10:00 AM-01:00 PM / ZOOM
CRN
11509
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
34 / 30
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 355-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Electron transport chain, protein structure, enzyme kinetics, biosynthesis and intermediary metabolism of amino acids, and carbohydrates and lipids. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
BIOL 301 strongly recommended.
**CLOSED**
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY
Class
BCHM 455-20
When / Where
TU 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12084
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 355-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
Electron transport chain, protein structure, enzyme kinetics, biosynthesis and intermediary metabolism of amino acids, and carbohydrates and lipids. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
BIOL 301 strongly recommended.
Title
EXP. MTHDS BIOCHEM & BIOTECH
Class
BCHM 456-01
When / Where
TH 10:00 AM-02:00 PM / WB 811
CRN
12092
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 18
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
BCHM 356-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Biochemical techniques including enzyme and lipid assays, isolation, and analysis of macromolecules.
Notes
Also for BIOL major credit. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR
Class
BCHM 493-01
When / Where
TU 05:01 PM-05:51 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12569
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 393-01 and BCHM 393-20 and BCHM 493-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course primarily involves searching, reading, and critiquing primary literature on biochemical topics, learning how to give a technical seminar, and presenting a seminar to technical audience. Weekly assignments will consist of reading, discussing, and writing short reviews of recent biochemical research published in the literature. You will learn how to give a technical presentation by attending and critiquing seminars presented by speakers within and outside of the Roosevelt community, and by preparing and giving a presentation on a literature topic of your choice.
Notes
BCHM 355/BCHM 455 or BCHM 357/BCHM 457 or BIOL 453 or BIOL 458 recommended. Graduate standing. Videoconferenced
Title
BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR
Class
BCHM 493-20
When / Where
TU 05:01 PM-05:51 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11909
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BCHM 393-01 and BCHM 393-20 and BCHM 493-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course primarily involves searching, reading, and critiquing primary literature on biochemical topics, learning how to give a technical seminar, and presenting a seminar to technical audience. Weekly assignments will consist of reading, discussing, and writing short reviews of recent biochemical research published in the literature. You will learn how to give a technical presentation by attending and critiquing seminars presented by speakers within and outside of the Roosevelt community, and by preparing and giving a presentation on a literature topic of your choice.
Notes
BCHM 355/BCHM 455 or BCHM 357/BCHM 457 or BIOL 453 or BIOL 458 recommended. Graduate standing. Videoconferenced

BIOLOGY

Title
HUMAN BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 111-01A
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
TU 01:50 PM-02:40 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11194
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
19 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces students to basic human biology from molecules and cells to organ systems and even populations. Students will focus on the structure and function of the major human organ systems, including the musculoskeletal, nervous, immune, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, and endocrine systems. Students will also learn about nutrition, human diseases including diabetes and cancer, and genetics. This interdisciplinary course will consider the social implications of current human biological issues.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Must register for BIOL 111 - 01B.
Title
HUMAN BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 111-01B
When / Where
TH 02:00 PM-04:00 PM / AUD 511
Instructor
CRN
11195
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
10 / 12
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces students to basic human biology from molecules and cells to organ systems and even populations. Students will focus on the structure and function of the major human organ systems, including the musculoskeletal, nervous, immune, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, and endocrine systems. Students will also learn about nutrition, human diseases including diabetes and cancer, and genetics. This interdisciplinary course will consider the social implications of current human biological issues.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Must register for BIOL 111 lecture section. Seats reserved for new freshman. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
HUMAN BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 111-01C
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-04:00 PM / AUD 511
Instructor
CRN
13106
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 12
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces students to basic human biology from molecules and cells to organ systems and even populations. Students will focus on the structure and function of the major human organ systems, including the musculoskeletal, nervous, immune, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, and endocrine systems. Students will also learn about nutrition, human diseases including diabetes and cancer, and genetics. This interdisciplinary course will consider the social implications of current human biological issues.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 112-01A
When / Where
M W 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
M 01:50 PM-02:40 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11196
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Ecology, evolution and the diversity of life with emphasis on practical environmental consequences of human activities. Laboratory focuses on open-ended student experimental projects. Field trips to sites of interest. Lecture, discussion, and laboratory. Not for major credit in biology.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Must register for BIOL 112 lab section. Seats reserved for new freshman.
**CLOSED**
Title
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 112-01B
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-04:00 PM / AUD 542
Instructor
CRN
11197
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
9 / 8
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Ecology, evolution and the diversity of life with emphasis on practical environmental consequences of human activities. Laboratory focuses on open-ended student experimental projects. Field trips to sites of interest. Lecture, discussion, and laboratory. Not for major credit in biology.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Must register for BIOL 112 lecture section. Seats reserved for new freshman. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY - LAB
Class
BIOL 112-01C
When / Where
TU 02:00 PM-04:00 PM / AUD 542
Instructor
CRN
11831
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
7 / 8
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Ecology, evolution and the diversity of life with emphasis on practical environmental consequences of human activities. Laboratory focuses on open-ended student experimental projects. Field trips to sites of interest. Lecture, discussion, and laboratory. Not for major credit in biology.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Must register for BIOL 112 lecture section Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 112-01D
When / Where
F 12:00 PM-02:00 PM / AUD 542
Instructor
CRN
13107
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
7 / 8
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Ecology, evolution and the diversity of life with emphasis on practical environmental consequences of human activities. Laboratory focuses on open-ended student experimental projects. Field trips to sites of interest. Lecture, discussion, and laboratory. Not for major credit in biology.
Notes
BIOL major no credit Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
THE NATURE OF SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 113-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11227
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Natural Science and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
(MATH 095 with a min grade of C- or MATH 096 with a min grade of C-)
Description
An exploration of scientific inquiry and how it is used to study the natural world and solve problems. Contemporary issues such as climate change, biodiversity and public health are the basis of class activities and discussions. Students gain experience with scientific methodology and practice, find and evaluate information about science and medicine, analyze scientific data, and examine the role of science in a social context. Fulfills general education requirements for natural science. Non laboratory course.
Notes
or higher. No credit for science majors. Students may take NSCI 102-98 as the accompanying online lab
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LECT
Class
BIOL 123-01A
When / Where
W 08:35 AM-09:25 AM / ZOOM
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11642
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 195
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Some seats reserved for freshman
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LAB
Class
BIOL 123-01B
When / Where
M 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
11643
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
14 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Some seats reserved for freshman Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LAB
Class
BIOL 123-01C
When / Where
M 02:45 PM-05:15 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
11644
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
12 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Some seats reserved for freshman Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LAB
Class
BIOL 123-01D
When / Where
TU 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
13125
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LAB
Class
BIOL 123-01E
When / Where
TU 02:45 PM-05:15 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
13126
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
14 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LECT
Class
BIOL 123-20A
When / Where
W 08:35 AM-09:25 AM / ZOOM
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11645
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
28 / 30
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently
**CLOSED**
Title
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I-LAB
Class
BIOL 123-20B
When / Where
TU 09:00 AM-11:25 AM / SCH 558
Instructor
CRN
11646
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
7 / 7
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 096 with a min grade of C-
Description
Anatomy & Physiology I covers the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the link between the structure and function of various organ systems. The primary underlying principle discussed is homeostasis, and for each system various pathological conditions and their causes will also be discussed. Material taught in lecture will be reinforced in laboratory using student designed experiments, demonstrations, and a detailed study of models and preserved specimens.
Notes
Must take BIOL 123 lecture and lab concurrently Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC-LECT
Class
BIOL 202-01A
When / Where
M W 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
M 01:50 PM-02:40 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11198
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
37 / 30
Wait List
0 / 75
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lab section.
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC-LAB
Class
BIOL 202-01B
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
11199
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
-1 / 15
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 202-01C and BIOL 202-01D
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC-LAB
Class
BIOL 202-01C
When / Where
W 09:25 AM-12:25 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
11277
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
-1 / 15
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 202-01B and BIOL 202-01D
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC- LAB
Class
BIOL 202-01D
When / Where
F 11:00 AM-01:59 PM / WB 810
Instructor
CRN
11404
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
-1 / 15
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 202-01B and BIOL 202-01C
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC-LECT
Class
BIOL 202-20A
When / Where
TU TH 11:30 AM-12:45 PM / ZOOM
TU 12:50 PM-01:40 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11222
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lab section.
**CLOSED**
Title
ECOL, EVOLUTION & GENETIC-LAB
Class
BIOL 202-20B
When / Where
TH 01:00 PM-03:59 PM / SCH 558
Instructor
CRN
11223
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
16 / 14
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to population levels of organization. Topics include introduction to ecology and the biosphere, mechanisms of evolution and introductory genetics. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 202 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LECT
Class
BIOL 301-01A
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
W 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11200
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 210 with a min grade of C- or CHEM 211 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to cellular and subcellular levels of organization. Topics include introductory biochemistry, cell biology and ultrastructure, and cell physiology. Laboratory includes cloning methods. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 301 lab section.
**CLOSED**
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LAB
Class
BIOL 301-01B
When / Where
M 12:40 PM-03:40 PM / WB 811
Instructor
CRN
11201
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science and Student Research
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 210 with a min grade of C- or CHEM 211 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to cellular and subcellular levels of organization. Topics include introductory biochemistry, cell biology and ultrastructure, and cell physiology. Laboratory includes cloning methods. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 301 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LAB
Class
BIOL 301-01C
When / Where
W 01:30 PM-04:30 PM / WB 811
Instructor
CRN
11568
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science and Student Research
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 210 with a min grade of C- or CHEM 211 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to cellular and subcellular levels of organization. Topics include introductory biochemistry, cell biology and ultrastructure, and cell physiology. Laboratory includes cloning methods. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 301 lecture section Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LAB
Class
BIOL 301-01D
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-08:30 PM / WB
Instructor
CRN
13108
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science and Student Research
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 210 with a min grade of C- or CHEM 211 with a min grade of C-
Description
Biological principles relating to cellular and subcellular levels of organization. Topics include introductory biochemistry, cell biology and ultrastructure, and cell physiology. Laboratory includes cloning methods. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOLOGY- LECT
Class
BIOL 315-20A
When / Where
W F 10:00 AM-11:25 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12888
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
9 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
BIOL 202 with a min grade of C- and MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Interactions among organisms and between organisms and the environment. Population growth, competition, predator-prey relationships, mutualism, species diversity, dispersal, succession, nutrient cycles, and energy flow through ecosystems. Lecture, discussion, and field projects.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
ECOLOGY - LAB
Class
BIOL 315-20B
When / Where
F 12:00 PM-03:00 PM / SCH 558
Instructor
CRN
12889
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 7
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
BIOL 202 with a min grade of C- and MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Interactions among organisms and between organisms and the environment. Population growth, competition, predator-prey relationships, mutualism, species diversity, dispersal, succession, nutrient cycles, and energy flow through ecosystems. Lecture, discussion, and field projects.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
Class
BIOL 336-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12587
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
35 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Natural Science and Online
Cross-listed With
PSYC 336-98
Prerequisites
BIOL 123 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 124 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Complex behaviors are possible because of the brain. Our goal is to understand this complex organ and how it functions to allow for human behavior. Fundamental neural systems (such as sleep and motivation), higher cortical functioning (such as language and attention), and brain plasticity will be covered.
Notes
4 SH in Biol
Title
GENERAL GENETICS - LECT
Class
BIOL 351-01A
When / Where
M 01:31 PM-04:31 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11904
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 451-01A
Prerequisites
BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 202 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
or instr. consent Must register for same lect-lab sect. of BIOL 351
Title
GENERAL GENETICS - LAB
Class
BIOL 351-01B
When / Where
W 01:31 PM-04:30 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
11905
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 451-01B
Prerequisites
BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 202 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
or instr. consent Must register for same lect-lab sect. of BIOL 351 Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL GENETICS-LECT
Class
BIOL 351-20A
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11427
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 451-20A
Prerequisites
BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 202 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
or instr. consent Must register for same lect-lab sect. of BIOL 351
**CLOSED**
Title
MICROBIOLOGY-LECTURE
Class
BIOL 360-01A
When / Where
TU TH 01:10 PM-03:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11600
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 460-01A
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Structure and function of prokaryotic cells, including metabolic and genetic diversity; emphasis on differences and similarities with eukaryotes. Roles microbes play in human body, soil, and water ecosystems. Special emphasis on human diseases and microbial processes for the maintenance of biosphere. Applications to medicine, biotechnology, food processing, agriculture, pollution control. Laboratory includes proficient and safe handling of microorganisms, identification of unknown bacteria, and biochemical and microscopic methods. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
MICROBIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 360-01B
When / Where
TU TH 03:30 PM-05:59 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
11202
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
18 / 18
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 460-01B
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Structure and function of prokaryotic cells, including metabolic and genetic diversity; emphasis on differences and similarities with eukaryotes. Roles microbes play in human body, soil, and water ecosystems. Special emphasis on human diseases and microbial processes for the maintenance of biosphere. Applications to medicine, biotechnology, food processing, agriculture, pollution control. Laboratory includes proficient and safe handling of microorganisms, identification of unknown bacteria, and biochemical and microscopic methods. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 360 lecture section. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOL & EVOL OF MICRO ORG - LEC
Class
BIOL 366-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11921
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
4 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 466-10
Prerequisites
BIOL 360 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 211 with a min grade of C-
Description
Interrelationships among microorganisms and their adaptation to the physical, chemical, and biological properties of their environments. Contexts include human health, the human microbiome, and host-pathogen interactions; the natural environment and microbial contributions to matter and energy flow; and applications of microorganisms to industrial processes. Examples of microorganisms from the 3 domains of life will be studied, with special emphasis on microbial diversity. Laboratory focuses on qualitative and quantitative methods for the study of microbial communities, characterization of metabolic and genetic diversity, and emerging research tools. Intended for advanced undergraduates and graduate students
Notes
Class meets via Zoom on Thursday and other participation is through Blackboard.
Title
TOP:FERMENTATION SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 383-01
When / Where
W 11:00 AM-01:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12073
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 383-21 and BIOL 483-01 and BIOL 483-21
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
TOP:FERMENTATION SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 383-21
When / Where
W 11:00 AM-01:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12422
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 383-01 and BIOL 483-01 and BIOL 483-21
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
HUMAN CADAVER ANATOMY-LECT
Class
BIOL 401-01A
When / Where
TH 10:00 AM-11:50 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12685
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
22 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The dissection of the human body is a privilege given to few. This graduate course will provide a broad appreciation for the structural organization of the human body and to relate the organization to regional and systems-related functions through human dissection and lecture.Students will examine human cadavers in a regionally based format: including the back, spinal cord, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, upper and lower extremities, and head and neck.
Notes
Student must be enrolled in the MA Biomedical Sciences, MS Biology or Biotechnology and Chemical Sciences program. Must take BIOL 401-01B lab concurrently.
Title
HUMAN CADAVER ANATOMY-LAB
Class
BIOL 401-01B
When / Where
F 12:30 PM-03:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12686
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
22 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The dissection of the human body is a privilege given to few. This graduate course will provide a broad appreciation for the structural organization of the human body and to relate the organization to regional and systems-related functions through human dissection and lecture.Students will examine human cadavers in a regionally based format: including the back, spinal cord, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, upper and lower extremities, and head and neck.
Notes
Student must be enrolled in the MA Biomedical Sciences, MS Biology or Biotechnology and Chemical Sciences program. This labortory experience takes place at Rush University Anatomy Laboratory.
Title
PHYSIOLOGY: MECH. & DISORDERS
Class
BIOL 430-01
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-04:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12418
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 72
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 430-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learning to approach human physiology from a medical perspective. This course covers the basic systems of the human body through a focus on case studies and medical applications, focusing on the functions and disorders of the digestive, reproductive, circulatory and nervous systems.
Notes
BIOL 201 or equivalent. Videoconferenced
Title
PHYSIOLOGY: MECH. & DISORDERS
Class
BIOL 430-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13346
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 430-24
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learning to approach human physiology from a medical perspective. This course covers the basic systems of the human body through a focus on case studies and medical applications, focusing on the functions and disorders of the digestive, reproductive, circulatory and nervous systems.
Notes
BIOL 201 or equivalent.
Title
PHYSIOLOGY: MECH. & DISORDERS
Class
BIOL 430-20
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-04:55 PM / SCH 614
Instructor
CRN
12423
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 72
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
BIOL 430-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learning to approach human physiology from a medical perspective. This course covers the basic systems of the human body through a focus on case studies and medical applications, focusing on the functions and disorders of the digestive, reproductive, circulatory and nervous systems.
Notes
BIOL 201 or equivalent. Videoconferenced
Title
PHYSIOLOGY: MECH. & DISORDERS
Class
BIOL 430-24
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13347
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 430-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learning to approach human physiology from a medical perspective. This course covers the basic systems of the human body through a focus on case studies and medical applications, focusing on the functions and disorders of the digestive, reproductive, circulatory and nervous systems.
Notes
BIOL 201 or equivalent.
Title
GENERAL GENETICS - LECT
Class
BIOL 451-01A
When / Where
M 01:31 PM-04:31 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11902
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 351-01A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 451 lecture & lab in same semester. Should have or equivalent for BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade C-.
Title
GENERAL GENETICS - LAB
Class
BIOL 451-01B
When / Where
W 01:31 PM-04:30 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
11903
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course
Cross-listed With
BIOL 351-01B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 451 lecture & lab in same semester. Should have or equivalent for BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade C-. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL GENETICS-LECT
Class
BIOL 451-20A
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11444
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 351-20A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Classical and molecular genetics. Transmission genetics, chromosome genetics, interaction of genes with sex and environment, mapping, DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, chromosome structure and genome organization, extrachromosomal inheritance, mutagenesis, gene expression. Genetics of plants, insects, vertebrates, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 451 lecture & lab in same semester. Should have or equivalent for BIOL 201 with a min grade of C- and BIOL 301 with a min grade C-.
**CLOSED**
Title
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 453-10A
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11440
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 65
Attributes
Lab Course and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 353-10A and BIOL 353-24A and BIOL 453-24A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure of nucleic acids and chromosomes, DNA replication and repair, general and site specific recombination, control of gene expression at the transcriptional and translational levels, oncogenes and retroviruses. Laboratory techniques include PCR, DNA fingerprinting and DNA sequencing.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 453-10B. Videoconferenced.
Title
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 453-10B
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
11442
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
7 / 9
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course
Cross-listed With
BIOL 353-10B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure of nucleic acids and chromosomes, DNA replication and repair, general and site specific recombination, control of gene expression at the transcriptional and translational levels, oncogenes and retroviruses. Laboratory techniques include PCR, DNA fingerprinting and DNA sequencing.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 453-01A. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 453-24A
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11441
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Lab Course and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 353-10A and BIOL 353-24A and BIOL 453-10A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure of nucleic acids and chromosomes, DNA replication and repair, general and site specific recombination, control of gene expression at the transcriptional and translational levels, oncogenes and retroviruses. Laboratory techniques include PCR, DNA fingerprinting and DNA sequencing.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 453-20B Videoconferenced.
Title
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 453-24B
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / SCH 550
Instructor
CRN
11443
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course
Cross-listed With
BIOL 353-24B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure of nucleic acids and chromosomes, DNA replication and repair, general and site specific recombination, control of gene expression at the transcriptional and translational levels, oncogenes and retroviruses. Laboratory techniques include PCR, DNA fingerprinting and DNA sequencing.
Notes
Must register for BIOL 453-20A. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
Class
BIOL 456-17
When / Where
SA 09:30 AM-12:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11803
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 356-17
Prerequisites
None
Description
Basic principles and processes of embryology and development; selected invertebrates, vertebrates, and plants. )
Notes
Should have or equivalent for BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-.
Title
CELL BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 458-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11601
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
29 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 358-10 and BIOL 358-24 and BIOL 458-24
Prerequisites
None
Description
Molecular interactions that underlie the structure and functions of the cell. Topics include protein structure and function, membrane transport, post-translational modifications of proteins and protein secretion, cell cycle regulation, cell signaling and mechanisms of development and differentiation. Laboratory techniques include SDS-PAGE, cell fractionation, bacterial protein expression and purification, and immunohistochemistry.
Notes
Videoconferenced.
Title
CELL BIOLOGY-LECT
Class
BIOL 458-24
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11428
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
29 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 358-10 and BIOL 358-24 and BIOL 458-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Molecular interactions that underlie the structure and functions of the cell. Topics include protein structure and function, membrane transport, post-translational modifications of proteins and protein secretion, cell cycle regulation, cell signaling and mechanisms of development and differentiation. Laboratory techniques include SDS-PAGE, cell fractionation, bacterial protein expression and purification, and immunohistochemistry.
Notes
Videoconferenced.
**CLOSED**
Title
MICROBIOLOGY-LECTURE
Class
BIOL 460-01A
When / Where
TU TH 01:10 PM-03:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11667
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Lab Course and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 360-01A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure and function of prokaryotic cells, including metabolic and genetic diversity; emphasis on differences and similarities with eukaryotes. Roles microbes play in human body, soil, and water ecosystems. Special emphasis on human diseases and microbial processes for the maintenance of biosphere. Applications to medicine, biotechnology, food processing, agriculture, pollution control. Laboratory includes proficient and safe handling of microorganisms, identification of unknown bacteria, and biochemical and microscopic methods. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
Must have BIOL 301 or equivalent with a min grade C-.
**CLOSED**
Title
MICROBIOLOGY-LAB
Class
BIOL 460-01B
When / Where
TU TH 03:30 PM-05:59 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
11668
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
18 / 18
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course
Cross-listed With
BIOL 360-01B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Structure and function of prokaryotic cells, including metabolic and genetic diversity; emphasis on differences and similarities with eukaryotes. Roles microbes play in human body, soil, and water ecosystems. Special emphasis on human diseases and microbial processes for the maintenance of biosphere. Applications to medicine, biotechnology, food processing, agriculture, pollution control. Laboratory includes proficient and safe handling of microorganisms, identification of unknown bacteria, and biochemical and microscopic methods. Included in the biotechnology certificate program.
Notes
Must have BIOL 301 or equivalent with a min grade C-. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ECOL & EVOL OF MICRO ORG - LEC
Class
BIOL 466-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11922
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
4 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 366-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Interrelationships among microorganisms and their adaptation to the physical, chemical, and biological properties of their environments. Contexts include human health, the human microbiome, and host-pathogen interactions; the natural environment and microbial contributions to matter and energy flow; and applications of microorganisms to industrial processes. Examples of microorganisms from the 3 domains of life will be studied, with special emphasis on microbial diversity. Laboratory focuses on qualitative and quantitative methods for the study of microbial communities, characterization of metabolic and genetic diversity, and emerging research tools. Intended for advanced undergraduates and graduate students
Notes
Hybrid class:meets on campus Thursday in person and the other day through Blackboard participation. Interrelationships among microorganisms and their adaptation to the physical, chemical, and biological properties of their environments. Contexts include human health, the human microbiome, and host-pathogen interactions; the natural environment and microbial contributions to matter and energy flow; and applications of microorganisms to industrial processes. Examples of microorganisms from the 3 domains of life will be studied, with special emphasis on microbial diversity. Laboratory focuses on qualitative and quantitative methods for the study of microbial communities, characterization of metabolic and genetic diversity, and emerging research tools. Intended for advanced undergraduates and graduate students
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
BIOL 468-01
When / Where
F 09:30 AM-01:30 PM / WB 912
TBA / WB 912
CRN
11224
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 8
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will cover the theory and practical application of various techniques used to analyze biological data including hands-on practice with equipment used in modern life science laboratories. Topics covered include pre-experiment planning, preparative methods, analytical methods, statistical evaluation of data and communication of results. Credit may be used in fulfillment of the research requirement for the MS degree.
Notes
Graduate status and completion of one semester of graduate work at Roosevelt University. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
BIOL 468-20
When / Where
TH 01:00 PM-05:00 PM / SCH 615
Instructor
CRN
12077
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will cover the theory and practical application of various techniques used to analyze biological data including hands-on practice with equipment used in modern life science laboratories. Topics covered include pre-experiment planning, preparative methods, analytical methods, statistical evaluation of data and communication of results. Credit may be used in fulfillment of the research requirement for the MS degree.
Notes
Graduate status and completion of one semester of graduate work at Roosevelt University. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
APPLIC'S OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
Class
BIOL 480-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11627
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 30
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 480-24
Prerequisites
None
Description
Research, medical, environmental and industrial uses of biotechnology. Lectures by the biotechnology faculty as well as industrial researchers. Current and future trends in the field.
Notes
None
Title
APPLIC'S OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
Class
BIOL 480-24
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11602
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 30
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 480-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Research, medical, environmental and industrial uses of biotechnology. Lectures by the biotechnology faculty as well as industrial researchers. Current and future trends in the field.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
TOP:FERMENTATION SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 483-01
When / Where
W 11:00 AM-01:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12074
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 383-01 and BIOL 383-21 and BIOL 483-21
Prerequisites
None
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
Videoconferenced
**CLOSED**
Title
TOP: DRUG ACTIONS
Class
BIOL 483-02
When / Where
M 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12887
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 483-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
TOP: DRUG ACTIONS
Class
BIOL 483-20
When / Where
M 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12078
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 72
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 483-02
Prerequisites
None
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
TOP:FERMENTATION SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 483-21
When / Where
W 11:00 AM-01:55 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12426
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 383-01 and BIOL 383-21 and BIOL 483-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
Videoconferenced

BUSINESS

Title
BUS PRESENTATN
Class
BUS 241-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13171
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is designed to provide the foundation in developing and delivering effective formal business presentations. Topics include: creating presentations using the five presentation stages which are planning, preparing, polishing, performing and assessing performance. Also, the appropriate use of effects, such as color and imagery to match the target audience will be discussed. Completion of this course will prepare the student to take the MCAS exam.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
ADV INTERNSHIP
Class
BUS 356-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13172
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students serve as interns and apply their skills in real-world employment situations. All internships are project-oriented and directly related to their focus in Business. Internships are served under the sponsorship of a faculty advisor, and students will be required to document their experience. (Prerequisite: Junior status) Course can be repeated up to 12 hours.
Notes
RMEC students only.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Title
DISCOVERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Class
BADM 100-02
When / Where
TU 08:00 AM-10:30 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11541
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
6 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Have you considered self-employment as a future career option? Or joining an existing family business? Or perhaps launch a non-profit organization to assist others? "Discovering Entrepreneurship" uses experiential activities to cover the required steps to devise, trial and grow an e-commerce enterprise. Practical lessons will be learned that can be used within a corporation or with a startup venture.
Notes
Open to all undergraduate students. Open to all undergraduate students. There is no textbook for this class. Class will explore entrepreneurship with experiential activities such as entrepreneurial speakers, interactions with entrepreneurs, and start-up cases.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Class
BADM 101-01
When / Where
TU TH 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / WB 612
Instructor
CRN
11939
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
32 / 40
Wait List
0 / 130
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of the business world and business basics. Topics include: Personal money management, marketing, organizational management, accounting/finance operations and ethics in business. Today's changing business environment; focus on careers in business and business career options.
Notes
This course is open to only Freshman and Sophomores. Required of all Freshman Business majors. This course can be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors. Some seats reserved for new freshman.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Class
BADM 101-02
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / WB 1111
Instructor
CRN
12100
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 40
Wait List
0 / 170
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of the business world and business basics. Topics include: Personal money management, marketing, organizational management, accounting/finance operations and ethics in business. Today's changing business environment; focus on careers in business and business career options.
Notes
This course is open to only Freshman and Sophomores. Required of all Freshman Business majors. This course can be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors. Some seats reserved for new freshman.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Class
BADM 101-03
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13123
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of the business world and business basics. Topics include: Personal money management, marketing, organizational management, accounting/finance operations and ethics in business. Today's changing business environment; focus on careers in business and business career options.
Notes
This course is open to only Freshman and Sophomores. Required of all Freshman Business majors. This course can be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors. RMEC students only.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Class
BADM 101-04
When / Where
TU TH 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13321
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of the business world and business basics. Topics include: Personal money management, marketing, organizational management, accounting/finance operations and ethics in business. Today's changing business environment; focus on careers in business and business career options.
Notes
This course is open to only Freshman and Sophomores. Required of all Freshman Business majors. This course can be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Class
BADM 101-20
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / SCH 706
Instructor
CRN
13093
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of the business world and business basics. Topics include: Personal money management, marketing, organizational management, accounting/finance operations and ethics in business. Today's changing business environment; focus on careers in business and business career options.
Notes
This course is open to only Freshman and Sophomores. Required of all Freshman Business majors. This course can be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors. RMEC students only.
Title
PERSONAL FINANCE
Class
BADM 203-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12277
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The course will expose students to a set of skills and knowledge of personal finance that will help them better understand various aspects of financial literacy/management and make better financial decisions. Topics may include:credit scores and their management, auto and student loans, identity protection, financing higher education, and income taxes.
Notes
Required for all Business majors other than Transfer students. Meets experiential learning requirement under CORE. May be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors.
Title
PERSONAL FINANCE
Class
BADM 203-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12456
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The course will expose students to a set of skills and knowledge of personal finance that will help them better understand various aspects of financial literacy/management and make better financial decisions. Topics may include:credit scores and their management, auto and student loans, identity protection, financing higher education, and income taxes.
Notes
Required for all Business majors other than Transfer students. Meets experiential learning requirement under CORE. May be taken for elective credit by non-Business majors.
Title
GRADUATE BUSINESS ORIENTATION
Class
BADM 401-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11019
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
18 / 215
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
An online orientation course designed to provide the student with a basic review of the material covered in undergraduate business programs in order to ensure that the student is prepared for advanced graduate courses. Graded pass/fail.
Notes
Online course. Graduate Standing in Heller College of Business required. This course must be successfully completed within the first semester of enrollment. BADM 401.98 is an online class. However, the students have to meet the instructor face-to-face twice: At the start of the class on August 27 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Room Wabash 418 at the Chicago Campus or SCH 616 at the Schaumburg Campus, and At the end of the class December 3 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Room Wabash 418 at the Chicago Campus or SCH 620 at the Schaumburg Campus, to take the final exam.

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS

Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11091
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Core Communication and Legal Studies and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Focuses on building strategic capability and specific skill sets necessary for effective written and oral business communication in the age of domestic diversity and globalism. The communication process, Internet-based and traditional research techniques, presentation strategies, nonverbal and intercultural communications, the impact of new technologies and ethical considerations in communication are addressed.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-02
When / Where
TU 11:00 AM-01:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11092
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Core Communication and Legal Studies and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Focuses on building strategic capability and specific skill sets necessary for effective written and oral business communication in the age of domestic diversity and globalism. The communication process, Internet-based and traditional research techniques, presentation strategies, nonverbal and intercultural communications, the impact of new technologies and ethical considerations in communication are addressed.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-10
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11093
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Core Communication and Legal Studies and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Focuses on building strategic capability and specific skill sets necessary for effective written and oral business communication in the age of domestic diversity and globalism. The communication process, Internet-based and traditional research techniques, presentation strategies, nonverbal and intercultural communications, the impact of new technologies and ethical considerations in communication are addressed.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-30
When / Where
SA 01:00 PM-03:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11115
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Core Communication and Legal Studies and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Focuses on building strategic capability and specific skill sets necessary for effective written and oral business communication in the age of domestic diversity and globalism. The communication process, Internet-based and traditional research techniques, presentation strategies, nonverbal and intercultural communications, the impact of new technologies and ethical considerations in communication are addressed.
Notes
None

BUSINESS LAW

Title
BUSINESS LAW I
Class
BLAW 201-01
When / Where
TH 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11020
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 34
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Formerly ACCT 201. Background, development, and institutional setting of controls; economic significance of law as formal agency of social control; law of business contracts; agency principles with emphasis on business ethics. Legal and equitable principles as they relate to business asociations: partnerships, limited partnerships, and corporations. How common law is developed and modified by statute, including Uniform Commerical Code.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS LAW I
Class
BLAW 201-02
When / Where
TH 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13323
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
32 / 36
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Formerly ACCT 201. Background, development, and institutional setting of controls; economic significance of law as formal agency of social control; law of business contracts; agency principles with emphasis on business ethics. Legal and equitable principles as they relate to business asociations: partnerships, limited partnerships, and corporations. How common law is developed and modified by statute, including Uniform Commerical Code.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS LAW I
Class
BLAW 201-03
When / Where
TH 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13392
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Formerly ACCT 201. Background, development, and institutional setting of controls; economic significance of law as formal agency of social control; law of business contracts; agency principles with emphasis on business ethics. Legal and equitable principles as they relate to business asociations: partnerships, limited partnerships, and corporations. How common law is developed and modified by statute, including Uniform Commerical Code.
Notes
None
Title
BUSINESS LAW I
Class
BLAW 201-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11022
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 35
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Formerly ACCT 201. Background, development, and institutional setting of controls; economic significance of law as formal agency of social control; law of business contracts; agency principles with emphasis on business ethics. Legal and equitable principles as they relate to business asociations: partnerships, limited partnerships, and corporations. How common law is developed and modified by statute, including Uniform Commerical Code.
Notes
None

BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL

Title
FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR PROF
Class
BPS 310-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13169
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
An overview of business concepts, including accounting and finance is necessary for the professional in today’s competitive business environment. As competition in the marketplace grows, professionals will be required to be familiar with concepts covered in this course such as reading and analyzing financial statements, preparing and deciphering budgets and dealing with investments, debt and interest rate considerations. (Prerequisites: Junior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
**CLOSED**
Title
PROJECT MGT
Class
BPS 320-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13165
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is a survey of project management and how it is implemented to solve business problems. This course will provide students with a holistic view of how projects contribute to the strategic goals of the organization. Emphasis is placed on the systems development life cycle, project scope, project time management, project cost management and project quality management. The students will review the possible outcome of project management risk and the importance of the role and commitment of a project manager. Mini project management case studies will supplement class lectures. Students will use spreadsheets and Project Management software for project planning, analysis and determining project feasibility. Students will submit a final project proposal in finest professional format. (Prerequisite: Junior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
**CLOSED**
Title
PROF IN SOCIETY
Class
BPS 340-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13166
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Professional status in our society offers many benefits and also carries significant responsibilities. This course examines the skills and attitudes needed to contribute effectively and successfully as a professional. Personal conduct, appropriate communication, goal setting and success strategies within the context of a professional environment are discussed. The potential value of membership in professional organizations and application of professional codes of ethics will be addressed. Emphasis is on application of using a framework of professionalism and critical problem solving regarding ethical dilemmas, how moral values are defined, collaboration, and the impact of political, legal, social and environmental influences. (Prerequisite: Junior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES STRATEGY
Class
BPS 350-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13170
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course analyzes complex issues in specific professional areas by integrating and applying previous coursework in project and facilities management, marketing and financial planning. Through case studies and research, students will develop strategies and solutions for business in their particular area of concentration. (Prerequisite: Senior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
SERVICE MKT
Class
BPS 370-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13167
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Today the service industry dominates much of the world economy. In North America, the fastest growing segment of the economy is the creation and performance of services. More and more organizations must be adept at also performing services rather than simply producing goods. This course will introduce students interested in working in the services industry to the unique concepts of service marketing. Specifically, this course will focus on differentiating service organizations from goods organizations. This course will use case studies to examine the key issues and challenges facing organizations in a variety of service sectors (e.g. retail, healthcare and professional services). (Prerequisite: Junior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.
**CLOSED**
Title
FACILITY MGT
Class
BPS 380-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13168
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
28 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will provide an overview of the processes and procedures basic to the practice of facilities management. Topics will include facilities design, space planning, energy management and emergency preparedness with an emphasis on applications relevant to general management and supervision of the physical plant. (Prerequisite: Junior status)
Notes
RMEC students only.

CHEMISTRY

Title
FOUNDATIONS OF CHEMISTRY
Class
CHEM 100-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
CRN
11807
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
23 / 24
Wait List
0 / 58
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 095 with a min grade of C+ or MATH 096 with a min grade of C+ or concurrent
Description
This course covers some fundamentals of chemistry: properties of matter, units and unit conversations, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, thermochemistry. The focus will be on concepts, skills, and abilities needed for success in subsequent chemistry courses. This course is appropriate for non-scientists and science majors with little or no chemistry background, or who need additionally assistance with math concepts. It meets the university general education requirement for natural science. Not for major credit in the sciences.
Notes
Not for major credit in Chemistry or Biology. Some seats reserved for freshman
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-LECT
Class
CHEM 201-01A
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11207
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01B or C or D
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 201-01B
When / Where
TU 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
TU 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 713
Instructor
CRN
11208
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01A or CHEM 201-02A Seats reserved for new freshman. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 201-01C
When / Where
TH 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
TH 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 713
Instructor
CRN
11209
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 54
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01A or CHEM 201-02A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 201-01D
When / Where
F 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
F 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 713
Instructor
CRN
11406
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 201-01E
When / Where
F 09:00 AM-12:00 PM / WB 713
F 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13113
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 201-01F
When / Where
F 09:00 AM-12:00 PM / WB 711
F 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / WB 711/ TBA
Instructor
CRN
13386
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2.0/3.0
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
None
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I-LECT
Class
CHEM 201-02A
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / WB 616
Instructor
CRN
13077
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
14 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 201-01B or C or D ALL seats reserved for new freshman.
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II-LECT
Class
CHEM 202-10A
When / Where
TU TH 05:30 PM-06:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11210
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 96
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, solubility products, complexation, and electrochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 202-10B or CHEM 202-10C
**CLOSED**
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II-DISC &LAB
Class
CHEM 202-10B
When / Where
TU 06:50 PM-09:50 PM / WB 713
TH 06:50 PM-07:40 PM / OL
Instructor
CRN
11211
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, solubility products, complexation, and electrochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 202-10A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II-DISC &LAB
Class
CHEM 202-10C
When / Where
TU 06:50 PM-07:40 PM / TBA
TH 06:50 PM-09:50 PM / WB 713
Instructor
CRN
12276
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, solubility products, complexation, and electrochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 202-10A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II-DISC &LAB
Class
CHEM 202-10D
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / WB 713
TH 06:50 PM-07:40 PM / WB 713/ TBA
Instructor
CRN
13111
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
Solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, solubility products, complexation, and electrochemistry. Laboratory required.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 202-10A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-LECT
Class
CHEM 211-01A
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11216
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 72
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-01B or C
**CLOSED**
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 211-01B
When / Where
TU 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
TU 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
11217
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
10 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-01A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
**CLOSED**
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 211-01C
When / Where
TH 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
TH 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
11218
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-01A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
Class
CHEM 211-01D
When / Where
TH 12:20 PM-01:10 PM / TBA
F 02:00 PM-05:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
13114
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
8 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-01A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 211-01E
When / Where
TU 12:20 PM-01:20 PM / TBA
M 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
13110
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
4 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-LECT
Class
CHEM 211-20A
When / Where
M W 11:30 AM-12:45 PM / SCH 615
Instructor
CRN
11225
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
8 / 18
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-20B
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I-DISC & LAB
Class
CHEM 211-20B
When / Where
W 12:50 PM-01:40 PM / TBA
M 01:00 PM-03:59 PM / SCH 552
Instructor
CRN
11226
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 9
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-20A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II-LECT
Class
CHEM 212-10A
When / Where
TU TH 05:30 PM-06:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11219
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
5 / 18
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 211 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the second part of two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will extend their knowledge of basic concepts of organic chemistry, including the structure, reaction mechanisms, and synthetic uses of a variety of organic molecules, including alcohols, amines, and carbonyl, aromatic, and organometallic compounds. The laboratory includes the synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds as well as instrumental methods in organic chemistry.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 212-10B
Title
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II-DISC &LAB
Class
CHEM 212-10B
When / Where
TU 06:50 PM-09:50 PM / WB 711
TH 06:50 PM-07:40 PM / OL
Instructor
CRN
11220
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
4 / 9
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Face to Face and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHEM 211 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the second part of two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will extend their knowledge of basic concepts of organic chemistry, including the structure, reaction mechanisms, and synthetic uses of a variety of organic molecules, including alcohols, amines, and carbonyl, aromatic, and organometallic compounds. The laboratory includes the synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds as well as instrumental methods in organic chemistry.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 212-10A Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Class
CHEM 352-01
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:35 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12881
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
CHEM 352-20 and CHEM 452-01 and CHEM 452-20
Prerequisites
CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 212 with a min grade of C-
Description
Chemistry and pharmacology of the principal classes of drugs; history of the development of medicinal chemistry; mechanisms of drug action; relationships between molecular structure and biological activity; the literature of medicinal chemistry; evaluation of potential drugs; perspective on the design of new drugs.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Class
CHEM 352-20
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:35 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12882
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
CHEM 352-01 and CHEM 452-01 and CHEM 452-20
Prerequisites
CHEM 202 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 212 with a min grade of C-
Description
Chemistry and pharmacology of the principal classes of drugs; history of the development of medicinal chemistry; mechanisms of drug action; relationships between molecular structure and biological activity; the literature of medicinal chemistry; evaluation of potential drugs; perspective on the design of new drugs.
Notes
Videoconferenced
Title
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Class
CHEM 452-01
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:35 PM / ZOOM 309
Instructor
CRN
12883
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CHEM 352-01 and CHEM 352-20 and CHEM 452-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
Chemistry and pharmacology of the principal classes of drugs; history of the development of medicinal chemistry; mechanisms of drug action; relationships between molecular structure and biological activity; the literature of medicinal chemistry; evaluation of potential drugs; perspective on the design of new drugs.
Notes
Graduate standing Videoconferenced
Title
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Class
CHEM 452-20
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:35 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12884
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CHEM 352-01 and CHEM 352-20 and CHEM 452-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Chemistry and pharmacology of the principal classes of drugs; history of the development of medicinal chemistry; mechanisms of drug action; relationships between molecular structure and biological activity; the literature of medicinal chemistry; evaluation of potential drugs; perspective on the design of new drugs.
Notes
Graduate standing Videoconferenced

COMMUNICATION

Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12491
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 22
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Some seats reserved for freshman Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-02
When / Where
M W 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12492
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Some seats reserved for freshman Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-03
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12493
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Some seats reserved for freshman Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-04
When / Where
TU TH 08:00 AM-09:15 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12797
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 20
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-05
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12798
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 20
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-06
When / Where
TU TH 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12799
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 20
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-07
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12800
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 18
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12795
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12796
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-98B
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13372
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-98C
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13375
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
COMMUNICATION IN THE INFO AGE
Class
COMM 201-01
When / Where
TU TH 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11231
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
26 / 30
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C
Description
Prerequisite course for Journalism, Media Studies and Integrated Marketing Communications majors. Overview of print and broadcast journalism, public relations, advertising and media studies; emphasis on the role and effects of media in society, particularly the transformation of mass communication resulting from current technologie
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
TELLING SOC JUST STORIES 2.0
Class
COMM 230-01
When / Where
TU TH 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13072
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Core Communication and Grounds For Change and Ideas Course and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
JMS 230-01
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C
Description
Black Lives Matter, Me Too, LGBTQ & You: Telling the stories of social justice in the 21st century. Combining age-old reporting and new-age digital technology, students will learn to capture the faces, voices and narratives of today's most visible social movements. Students will study the role of the media in advancing social movements. Course culminates in a final multimedia project. Learn how to tell professional quality stories that matter.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
DEMOCRACY: WORST FORM OF GOVT?
Class
COMM 240-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12896
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Core Communication and Ideas Course and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course focuses on American democracy as a lived experience. Students will apply critical thinking to both confirm and challenge their concepts of, and beliefs about democratic government considering: the benefits of democracy; the flaws/limitations inherent in democracy; the citizen’s obligations in a working democracy; courts and the rule of law; individual and group influence; the electoral system, its benefits and liabilities; and the role and responsibilities of media.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
**CLOSED**
Title
ADV COMM
Class
COMM 325-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13195
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
COM 101 with a min grade of D
Description
This course introduces students to communication theory with major emphasis on its applications in the corporate work environment. It includes extensive practical training in audience analysis, emerging technologies, group communication, presentations and other professional communication tasks and techniques. (Prerequisite: COM 101 or equivalent)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Class
COMM 345-01
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12487
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
28 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Non-Western Culture and Remote
Cross-listed With
JMS 345-01
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C
Description
Communication styles and characteristics of various cultural groups. Understanding and recognizing barriers (semantics, nonverbal behavior, stereotypes, and assumed similarities) that affect communication among cultures. Fulfills the non-Western requirement.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Class
COMM 345-02
When / Where
W 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13373
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and International Studies and Non-Western Culture and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C
Description
Communication styles and characteristics of various cultural groups. Understanding and recognizing barriers (semantics, nonverbal behavior, stereotypes, and assumed similarities) that affect communication among cultures. Fulfills the non-Western requirement.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00

COMPUTER SCI & INFO TECHNOLOGY

Title
ESSENTIAL COMPUTER SKILLS
Class
CST 100-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11588
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Basic hardware and software components of a PC; several of the most popular PC software applications including word processing, electronic spreadsheets, databases, Power Point, Internet Browsers, and Windows. A computer use course.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
QUANT PROB SOLV
Class
CST 110-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13177
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
26 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students will use Excel as a tool to solve problems which include critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are necessary for decision-making in everyday life. The emphasis is on applying quantitative reasoning skills to realistic personal and business scenarios. Students will become effective users of information technology through the use of spreadsheet and graphical representation of data and will apply this technology to personal, academic, and professional settings. (Fulfills General Education analytical reasoning requirement)
Notes
None
Title
QUANT PROB SOLV
Class
CST 110-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13178
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students will use Excel as a tool to solve problems which include critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are necessary for decision-making in everyday life. The emphasis is on applying quantitative reasoning skills to realistic personal and business scenarios. Students will become effective users of information technology through the use of spreadsheet and graphical representation of data and will apply this technology to personal, academic, and professional settings. (Fulfills General Education analytical reasoning requirement)
Notes
None
Title
COMPUTER SCIENCE I
Class
CST 150-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-04:05 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10882
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
20 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CSIA 150-01
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C-
Description
General problem solving and the algorithm development process. Primitive & reference data types, control structures (sequence, selection, & iteration), OOP fundamentals, methods, functions, file processing, GUI apps, and multidimensional arrays. Concepts of top-down program design, testing, functional decomposition, and documentation using good programming style. Extensive programming required utilizing a higher level language such as C++ or Java. A computer use course.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
DATA BASE PROG
Class
CST 208-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13179
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This is an in-depth course of the principles of database systems and management. This course will focus on the development of hands-on skills using SQL. Students will modify file structures, sort and query data, and generate forms, screens and reports. Data structures and programming techniques will be incorporated throughout the course.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
PYTHON SCRIPT PROGRAMMING
Class
CST 236-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12618
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CSIA 236-01
Prerequisites
CST 150 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 150 with a min grade of C-
Description
Using the Python programming language to learn the best-practices of programming and script-writing in a security and utility conscious environment.
Notes
None
Title
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING I
Class
CST 240-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / AUD 628
Instructor
CRN
13182
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is a study of microcomputers and their various architectures. It encompasses many of the basic principles necessary to begin preparing for Comp TIA’s A+ certification examination. Hardware design fundamentals and hardware/software interrelationships are combined with practical hands-on experience to give the student a thorough understanding of the basic platforms pertaining to the IBM compatible/clone computer.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS
Class
CST 244-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13183
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to computer and network security. The course covers basic security principles including a detailed discussion of security attack techniques and security defense technologies. Hands-on exercises are designed to apply defensive tactics to harden a company’s servers and workstations (Windows 2016 Server and Windows 7, 8). Students learn cryptography and employ PKI (public key cryptography) to thwart attacks. The course topics are mapped to the Security+ certification.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
COMPUTER SCIENCE II
Class
CST 250-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-02:35 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11589
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CST 150 with a min grade of C-
Description
Continuation of CST l50; development of problem solving using a high level language including abstract data types, inheritance, recursion, generics, lists, sets, maps, stacks, queues, trees and file I/O. Multiple sorting and searching algorithms including an introduction to concepts of program complexity. Extensive programming required. A computer use course.
Notes
MATH 245 recommended. A computer use course. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
OPEN SOURCE COMMUNITIES
Class
CST 255-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
CRN
12237
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Grounds For Change and Remote
Cross-listed With
CSIA 255-01
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Exploration of the Open Source world, its history, and its contribution to current topics such as social justice, information freedom, equality and the nature of democracy. Discussion of the role it has played in recent events. Investigation of the politics of the open source world and their relationship to traditional geopolitics. In addition, this course will also seriously examine the practical side of open source and its economic impact on both businesses and households in the developed and developing worlds.
Notes
None
Title
LINUX SECURITY
Class
CST 262-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13184
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 261 with a min grade of D or CST 318
Description
This is a second course in the Linux operating system. The focus is on the administration tasks associated with adding security to Linux servers. Lab exercises include creating user accounts, setting file permissions, configuring the Apache web server for security, and configuring Samba file sharing for security. Security fundamentals are covered, including encryption and authentication. (Prerequisite: CIS 261)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
ROUTER CONFIG
Class
CST 266-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13185
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 265 with a min grade of D
Description
This course focuses on dynamic routing protocol categorization – Interior/Exterior, Classful/Classless, Distance Vector/Link State, and Open Standard/Cisco Proprietary. Router configuration lab exercises are conducted using the RIP and OSPF routing protocols. Router Access Control Lists (ACLs) for security policy implementation are applied. IP address management with DHCP and NAT are employed. (Prerequisite: CIS 265)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
COMPUTER NETWORKING
Class
CST 301-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12571
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CSIA 301-98 and CST 487-98
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C- or CST 236 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 236 with a min grade of C-
Description
This is an introductory course on the design and analysis of computer networks. It covers Internet protocols, application layer protocols, routing, wireless communication, and basic network security problems.
Notes
None
Title
DATA MINING
Class
CST 309-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11620
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACSC 309-01 and CST 421-01 and MATH 309-01 and MATH 409-01
Prerequisites
MATH 246 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or MATH 347 with a min grade of C-) and CST 150 with a min grade of C-
Description
Methods of knowledge discovery in massive data, i.e. the study of computer-assisted process of digging through and analyzing enormous data sets and then extracting the ‘meaning’ of the data by applying mathematical methods. The methods that we study in this course are designed to predict behaviors and future trends based on existing data. Topics include classifications techniques, clusterization techniques, association rule discovery techniques, techniques for improving data quality.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
GAME THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
Class
CST 310-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12990
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 423-01
Prerequisites
ACSC 300 with a min grade of C- or MATH 300 with a min grade of C- or ACSC 246 with a min grade of C- or MATH 246 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 245 with a min grade of C- or MATH 290 with a min grade of C- or MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or MATH 238 with a min grade of C- or MATH 347 with a min grade of C-)
Description
DocuSign Envelope ID: 71194FEB-98FD-47BA-9A91-23618ECB3607 Study of the ways in which strategic interactions among players produce outcomes with respect to their preferences (or utilities). This course covers game-theoretic foundations of cooperative and non-cooperative behavior. The course emphasizes applications drawn from artificial intelligence, decision theory, economics, psychology, and finance.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Class
CST 315-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13190
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will focus on all aspects of managing a database, including database installation, configuration and administration, data warehousing, performance issues, database security, database architecture and disaster recovery operations. Students will install Microsoft SQL Server client-server software on Windows Server. (Prerequisites: CIS 208 or CIS 308)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Class
CST 317-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10884
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CSIA 317-98
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C- or CST 365 with a min grade of C-
Description
An in-depth study of the components and functions of computer operating systems. Topics include system services, file system management, memory management, resource allocation, scheduling, processing levels, multitasking, deadlocks, and interprocess protection mechanisms. Programming projects involve use of system calls in UNIX and Windows. A computer use course.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
JAVA PROGRAMNG
Class
CST 318RM-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13186
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces fundamentals of Java programming language to create Android applications. Students will learn key programming concepts including variables, decision structures, lists, arrays, user interface components, error handling, testing and debugging. The course provides students hands-on experience in using Android development environment and techniques for writing Android applications. Upon course completion, students will be able to write simple android applications.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
DATABASE SYSTEMS
Class
CST 333-01
When / Where
M W 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12547
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CSIA 333-01
Prerequisites
MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or MATH 122 with a min grade of C- or MATH 231 with a min grade of C-
Description
Theory and practice of databases with emphasis on how to create, maintain, and query a database with SQL. Course topics include the relational model, queries and data manipulation in SQL, integrity constraints, triggers, recursive queries, functional dependencies and normalization, indexing, etc.
Notes
MATH 245 Recommended Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
PRACTIC COMP W/DATA IN PYTHON
Class
CST 336-01
When / Where
M W 03:15 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12165
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CSIA 336-01 and MATH 489-01 and MATH 489-97
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C- or CST 236 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 236 with a min grade of C-
Description
Focuses on using a simple programming language python to work with data when Excel, SPSS and similar tools are not adequate. When tables are too big or the desired result is difficult or impossible to express in terms of formulas, using python can be the quickest, easiest and most productive way to derive value from data in a scientific or enterprise setting. This course provides the skills and understanding required to succeed in these situations.
Notes
Computer programming experience not required.
Title
WIRELESS TECH
Class
CST 343R-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13191
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course explores the latest wireless technologies in the networking industry. Currently, this includes, Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, Cellular, IR, microwave, satellite, and WiMax. An important aspect of this study is wireless security implemented through the standards of 802.1 1i (advanced cryptography) and 802.1x (RADIUS). Students receive both historical coverage and future expectations through personal research and practical laboratory experiments. A business perspective illustrates how these concepts relate to real-world personal and corporate networks.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
ADV NET SERV
Class
CST 345R-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13193
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 232 with a min grade of D
Description
In this course, students will study a set of advanced network services that are used to support core business functions. Examples of such services include email, firewalls, and voice over IP. These services go beyond the range of essential network services covered in previous networking courses. (Prerequisite: CIS 232)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
NETWORK MGT
Class
CST 347-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13194
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 232 with a min grade of D and CIS 261 with a min grade of D and CIS 264 with a min grade of D
Description
This course focuses on network management, server virtualization, and specialized server hardware. The servers will employ the Windows Server 2008 and Linux operating systems. Clients will employ the Vista and Linux operating systems. Virtualization software will include VMWARE and Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Virtual machine manager. Lab setup will include Blade server hardware, wireless routers and access points, switches and printers with network monitoring agents, and specialized network management software. Green technologies for IT are addressed. (Prerequisites: CIS 232, CIS 261, CIS 264)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I
Class
CST 348-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12573
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C-
Description
Provides an overview of the software engineering process and software life-cycle models. Gives a detailed study of the analysis, specification and design phases. Students will work in teams to gain experience in software development methodology, software analysis and design, and developing a prototype.
Notes
None
Title
ADV INTERNSHIP
Class
CST 356R-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13187
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students serve as interns and apply their skills in real-world employment situations. All internships are project-oriented and directly related to their focus in Computer Studies. Internships are served under the sponsorship of a faculty advisor, and the students will be required to document the results of their experience. (Prerequisite: Junior status) Course can be repeated up to 12 hours.
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
INTRO TO COMPUTER SECURITY
Class
CST 359-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12947
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Lab Course and Online
Cross-listed With
CSIA 359-98 and CSIA 401-98
Prerequisites
CST 317 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 317 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course provides an introduction to computer and network security. It covers the basic concepts in computer and network security. The course also provides examples of intrusions and corresponding defense. Some topics in security research will be covered.
Notes
or instructor consent.
Title
ADV ROUT&SWITCH
Class
CST 364-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13188
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 266 with a min grade of D
Description
This course covers advanced router and switch configuration. Advanced switching features include link aggregation, redundancy, and wireless LANs. Advanced routing configuration focuses on Cisco’s enhanced EIGRP routing protocol. Complex multi-area OSPF routing is also explored. At the end of the course, operating system management procedures are employed to troubleshoot or upgrade the routers and switches. (Prerequisite: CIS 266)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
WAN Technologies
Class
CST 366R-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13189
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
1 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CIS 364 with a min grade of D
Description
This course focuses on the Hierarchical Design of a complex corporate network. Wide Area Networking (WAN) services are configured. The WAN services studied include the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Frame Relay, Broadband, and Virtual Private Networks. This course is the last of five courses preparing students to achieve their Cisco CCNA networking certification. (Prerequisite: CIS 364)
Notes
RMEC students only.
Title
WEB-BASE DATABASE APPLICATIONS
Class
CST 367-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13022
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 467-01
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C- or CST 365 with a min grade of C-
Description
Interactive web-based applications that use one or several databases with a focus on reliability, fault tolerance, and security. Theoretical and project oriented. Prereq: Cst 333 or working knowledge of database design and SQL.
Notes
Any 200 level programming course.
Title
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
Class
CST 372-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12555
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C-
Description
Global properties of algorithmic languages including scope of declarations, storage allocation, binding time of constituents, subroutines, and tasks. List processing, string manipulation, data description, and simulation languages.
Notes
None
Title
INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
Class
CST 381-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11931
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 411-01
Prerequisites
CST 280
Description
We study automated search methods in constrained state spaces. We learn methods of blind, heuristic and local search and methods that involve applications of of mathematical logic. We proceed to solving constraint satisfaction problems, planning and scheduling. Applications to multiagent systems and robotics. The course has programming component.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
Class
CST 386-01
When / Where
TU TH 03:30 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10885
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 23
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 486-01
Prerequisites
CST 280 with a min grade of C- or CST 250 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 250 with a min grade of C-
Description
Theory and practice of information retrieval with emphasis on applications to web search. The course covers traditional information retrieval topics (retrieval models, indexing, classification, clustering, etc) and more recent techniques (ranking of web pages, recommender systems, etc).
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
ALGORITHM DESIGN
Class
CST 387-01
When / Where
M W 03:30 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12557
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 405-01
Prerequisites
CST 280 with a min grade of C-
Description
The main purpose of the course is to enhance students’ algorithmic skills. Algorithmic problems, arising across the full range of computing applications, include the following two tasks. First, such a problem rarely arrives as a cleanly packaged, mathematically precise question. Therefore, we begin an algorithm design process with getting to a clean formulation of the problem. Then, based on the structure of the problem, we identify an appropriate algorithmic technique and use it to develop an efficient algorithm. Students will enhance their skills for both tasks by learning a wide variety of algorithmic problems in business, engineering, science, etc.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
ALGORITHM DESIGN
Class
CST 405-01
When / Where
M W 03:30 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12558
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 387-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
The main purpose of the course is to enhance students’ algorithmic skills. Algorithmic problems, arising across the full range of computing applications, include the following two tasks. First, such a problem rarely arrives as a cleanly packaged, mathematically precise question. Therefore, we begin an algorithm design process with getting to a clean formulation of the problem. Then, based on the structure of the problem, we identify an appropriate algorithmic technique and use it to develop an efficient algorithm. Students will enhance their skills for both tasks by learning a wide variety of algorithmic problems in business, engineering, science, etc.
Notes
Cst 280 and Math 245 both with a min grade C- required. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
Class
CST 411-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11932
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 23
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 381-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
We study automated search methods in constrained state spaces. We learn methods of blind, heuristic and local search and methods that involve applications of of mathematical logic. We proceed to solving constraint satisfaction problems, planning and scheduling. Applications to multiagent systems and robotics. The course has programming component. Coursework includes an independent study component where students learn advanced topics in artificial intelligence.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
DATA MINING
Class
CST 421-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11624
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 46
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
ACSC 309-01 and CST 309-01 and MATH 309-01 and MATH 409-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Methods of knowledge discovery in massive datasets. i.e.the study We study of computer-assisted process of digging through and analyzing enormous data sets and then extracting the ‘meaning’ of the data by applying mathematical methods. The methods that we study in this course are designed to predict behaviors and future trends based on existing data. Topics include classifications techniques, clusterization techniques, association rule discovery techniques, techniques for improving data quality. techniques for improving data quality, classifications techniques, and clusterization methods. The course has programming component. Coursework includes an independent study component where students learn advanced topics in data mining.
Notes
Prerequisites: MATH 246 and (MATH 217 or MATH 347 or ACSC 300 or ACSC 347 or ECON 234) and CST 150. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
COOPERATION AND COMPETITON
Class
CST 423-01
When / Where
TU TH 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12991
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 310-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
DocuSign Envelope ID: 7B91A8E2-EDB7-4682-B3D8-0B6F598440E4 Study of the ways in which strategic interactions among players produce outcomes with respect to their preferences (or utilities). This course covers game-theoretic foundations of cooperative and non-cooperative behavior. The course emphasizes applications drawn from artificial intelligence, decision theory, economics, psychology, and finance. Coursework includes an independent study component where students learn advanced topics in game theory.
Notes
A grade of C- or better in Math/ASCS 300, and in Math 245 or Math 290, or Math 217, or Math 238, or Math 347. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
WEB-BASE DATABASE APPLICATIONS
Class
CST 467-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13025
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 367-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Interactive web-based applications that use one or several databases. Theoretical and project oriented.
Notes
Any 200 level programming course with a min grade C- or CST 333 and CST 365 or CST 250 with a min grade C-.
Title
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
Class
CST 486-01
When / Where
TU TH 03:30 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10886
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 23
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CST 386-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theory and practice of information retrieval with emphasis on applications to web search. The course covers traditional information retrieval topics (retrieval models, indexing, classification, clustering, ranking of web pages, etc.) and more recent topics (such as interactions between information retrieval and natural language processing). The course has programming component. Coursework includes an independent study component where students learn advanced topics in information retrieval.
Notes
CST 280 with min grade C- or CST250 and CST 333 both with a min grade of C-. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
TOP:COMPUTER NETWORKING
Class
CST 487-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13322
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
CSIA 301-98 and CST 301-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
None

CONFLICT AND MEDIATION

Title
CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THOUGHT
Class
CNMN 400-60
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11871
Session 3A Dates:
08/31 to 10/24
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Focusing on critical thinking, creativity and logic this course will prepare students to evaluate conflict variables, identify fallacious lines of thinking and to creatively generate solutions. Ethics and professionalism in the conflict resolution and mediation process are explored.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES OF CONFLICT & MED
Class
CNMN 450-60
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11839
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Designed to introduce students to the foundation and theories of conflict management, this course includes an interdisciplinary introduction to conflict, its sources and major theories. Students gain understanding of various theoretical frameworks, exploring the causes and management of conflicts at various levels including the individual, community, national and international. The multi-disciplinary focus of the course allows participants to see the relationship between established theories to current conflictual situations, emphasizing conceptual explanations for the causes, courses and management of conflict.
Notes
None
Title
FAM & INTRPERSNAL CONFLT & MED
Class
CNMN 468-50
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12822
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CNMN 430 with a min grade of C
Description
This course will explore the dynamics of interpersonal and familial conflict and the issues that are particular and relevant to this pervasive form of conflict. Appropriate resolution strategies and boundaries are discussed.
Notes
This is a HYBRID course (part online, part live sessions through ZOOM) CLASS MEETS THROUGH ZOOM ON TUESDAYS. Additional ONLINE Participation REQUIRED
Title
NEGOTIATION TACTICS/NEGOTIATIO
Class
CNMN 475-50
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12030
Session 3A Dates:
08/31 to 10/24
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides students an understanding of the fundamentals of negotiation theory through a format that includes lecture, role-play, focused exercises and case study. Covered concepts include game theory, distributive and integrative bargaining, principled negotiation, psychological barriers to settlement, and negotiation ethics.
Notes
This is a HYBRID course (part online, live sessions through Zoom) CLASS MEETS THROUGH ZOOM TUESDAYS. Additional ONLINE Participation REQUIRED

COUNSELING&HUMAN SERVICES

Title
PROF ORIENT & ETHICAL PRACTICE
Class
CHS 401-10
When / Where
TU 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / WB 612
Instructor
CRN
11692
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 50
Wait List
0 / 100
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course explores the legal, ethical and professional choices faced by practicing counselors and human service professionals. A wide variety of issues and topics will be covered, including program orientation and overview of academic and clinical requirements, academic integrity, ethical decision-making models, professional standards, counselor values and attitudes, counselor competence and supervision, client rights and confidentiality, dual relationships and ethical issues in research and testing.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
STAT & RESEARCH METH IN COUNS
Class
CHS 406-10
When / Where
TH 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10823
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 25
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Research methods, statistical analysis, needs assessment, and program evaluation. Methods of evaluating counseling process and program effectiveness; review of descriptive statistics; study of inferential statistics; legal and ethical considerations; and fundamentals of writing the research report.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
FOUNDATIONS OF COUNSEL THEORY
Class
CHS 413-01
When / Where
TU 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11778
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Philosophical foundations of counseling with concentrated study of counseling theories; historical and contemporary theories; diversity issues relevant to counseling theories and student's personal philosophical and theoretical beliefs.
Notes
CHS 2nd year cohort only
Title
FOUNDATIONS OF COUNSEL THEORY
Class
CHS 413-10
When / Where
TH 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13020
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Philosophical foundations of counseling with concentrated study of counseling theories; historical and contemporary theories; diversity issues relevant to counseling theories and student's personal philosophical and theoretical beliefs.
Notes
CHS 1st year cohort only
Title
SCHOOL COUNS., ENV. & CONSULT.
Class
CHS 414-10
When / Where
TH 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10824
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 30
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The elementary and secondary school counselor's role. History, trends, professional identity, and cultural, legal, and ethical influences. ACA and ASCA ethical standards. Coordinating program components; program development; individual and group guidance; peer facilitation; and consultation.
Notes
None
Title
CAREER AND LIFE-STYLE PLANNING
Class
CHS 417-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11696
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Topics include career theories and decision-making models; assesment instruments and technology-based applications; processes, strategies, and resources available to the career counselor; program planning, organization, and administration; and interrelationships among work, family, and other life roles, including diversity and gender. Clinical observations and case studies consistent with student's career direction.
Notes
None
Title
ORG, ADM, & LEAD OF COUN PROG
Class
CHS 418-01
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11779
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The skills necessary to planning and implementing effective school counseling programs. Topics include needs assessment, program planning, and program evaluation.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT PLANNING
Class
CHS 419-10
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10826
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
40 / 25
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Training in diagnosis and treatment methods for mental and emotional disorders. Skills in completing assessment interviews, establishing short- and long-range goals, and writing treatment plans.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
THEORIES/DYNAMIC GROUP COUNSEL
Class
CHS 421-10
When / Where
TU 07:40 PM-10:10 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10827
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
34 / 25
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theories of group counseling and principles of group dynamics. Historical developments, diversity issues, and contemporary research findings. Participation in an ongoing group required. Group guidance concepts as a significant component of the educational and prevention aspects of a counseling program.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES/DYNAMIC GRP COUN-LAB
Class
CHS 421-10B
When / Where
W 07:45 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12135
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
9 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theories of group counseling and principles of group dynamics. Historical developments, diversity issues, and contemporary research findings. Participation in an ongoing group required. Group guidance concepts as a significant component of the educational and prevention aspects of a counseling program.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES/DYNAMIC GRP COUN-LAB
Class
CHS 421-10C
When / Where
W 07:45 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12136
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theories of group counseling and principles of group dynamics. Historical developments, diversity issues, and contemporary research findings. Participation in an ongoing group required. Group guidance concepts as a significant component of the educational and prevention aspects of a counseling program.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES/DYNAMIC GRP COUN-LAB
Class
CHS 421-10D
When / Where
W 07:45 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12137
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theories of group counseling and principles of group dynamics. Historical developments, diversity issues, and contemporary research findings. Participation in an ongoing group required. Group guidance concepts as a significant component of the educational and prevention aspects of a counseling program.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES/DYNAMIC GROUP COUNSEL
Class
CHS 421-10E
When / Where
W 07:45 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13021
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
9 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theories of group counseling and principles of group dynamics. Historical developments, diversity issues, and contemporary research findings. Participation in an ongoing group required. Group guidance concepts as a significant component of the educational and prevention aspects of a counseling program.
Notes
None
Title
SEM: SOC JUSTICE & ADVOCACY
Class
CHS 425-12
When / Where
TH 07:40 PM-10:10 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
13023
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of selected topics in contemporary counseling.
Notes
None
Title
PRE_PRAC I: BASIC COUN SKILLS
Class
CHS 460-01
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / AUD 309
Instructor
CRN
11693
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 35
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course focuses on the development of beginning counseling skills.Emphasis is placed upon the development of abilities to evaluate self, client and other counselors in the counseling relationship, and includes counseling process models, critical dimensions of helping, and experiences designed to assist students in the formulation of a personal philosophy system of counseling.
Notes
Permission from the Program Director Required. Lab/Course Fee $25.00
Title
INTRO TO CC & SA
Class
CHS 470-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12495
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will provide a holistic understanding of student affairs in higher education. Explores the history and development of college counseling and student affairs, organizational and leadership theories relevant in higher education settings, roles and relationships within and across the various dimensions and offices of student affairs, current trends and contextual factors in higher education, and approaches to assessment.
Notes
None
Title
INTERNSHIP: SCHOOL COUNSEL
Class
CHS 498-10
When / Where
TH 07:40 PM-10:10 PM / AUD 309
Instructor
CRN
10829
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continued supervised experience initiated in Practicum. Six hundred (600) hours of school counseling and school counseling related activities in a public school are required. Participation in weekly RU supervision sessions is also required. Case study approach, multicultural counseling, supervision, prevention, consultation, and special populations. See Practicum/Internship Handbook.
Notes
Registration by permission of advisor. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
**CLOSED**
Title
INTERNSHIP:CLIN MENTAL HEALTH
Class
CHS 599-12
When / Where
W 07:40 PM-10:10 PM / WB 416
Instructor
CRN
11120
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continued supervised experience initiated in Practicum. Six hundred (600) hours of clinical mental health counseling and clinical mental health counseling related activities in a clinical setting are required. Participation in weekly RU supervision sessions is also required. Case study approach, multicultural counseling, supervision, prevention, consultation, and special populations. See Practicum/Internship Handbook.
Notes
Registration by permission advisor. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
**CLOSED**
Title
INTERNSHIP:CLIN MENTAL HEALTH
Class
CHS 599-13
When / Where
W 07:40 PM-10:10 PM / AUD 309
Instructor
CRN
12710
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 12
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continued supervised experience initiated in Practicum. Six hundred (600) hours of clinical mental health counseling and clinical mental health counseling related activities in a clinical setting are required. Participation in weekly RU supervision sessions is also required. Case study approach, multicultural counseling, supervision, prevention, consultation, and special populations. See Practicum/Internship Handbook.
Notes
Registration by permission advisor. Lab/Course Fee $50.00

CREATIVE WRITING

Title
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING
Class
CRWR 153-01
When / Where
M 02:00 PM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11527
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
Through work in three genres--fiction, poetry, and either creative nonfiction or playwriting--students develop personal voice and effective use of concrete and metaphoric detail. The craft unique to each genre explored through critique of student writing and close reading of work by notable authors, both contemporary and historic.
Notes
None
Title
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING
Class
CRWR 153-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13446
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
Through work in three genres--fiction, poetry, and either creative nonfiction or playwriting--students develop personal voice and effective use of concrete and metaphoric detail. The craft unique to each genre explored through critique of student writing and close reading of work by notable authors, both contemporary and historic.
Notes
None
Title
TOPICS: FICTION WORKSHOP
Class
CRWR 431B-11
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11938
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CRWR 431A with a min grade of B- or ENG 431A with a min grade of B-
Description
This workshop builds on the core concepts explored in the Fiction Forms course. Students will concentrate on developing their fiction portfolio while focusing on a selected body of readings to further solidify their knowledge of fictional forms. Emphasis may vary: Finding Voice; The Short Story Collection.
Notes
A workshop to focus on the energies that thrum between characters and settings, stories and their worlds. We know the role of specific and concrete details to the creation of believable place. But how many is “enough”? And how best to use the textures of setting in service of character development, or story arc? From believable representations of our extant world, to re-creations of the historical and recalled, to imaginative concoctions of the fantastical and imaginary, this course will consider best practices for leveraging setting to our greatest possible effect. Course readings will include fiction and essays by Rachel Kushner, David Mitchell, Joan Didion, Richard Russo, and many more. For fiction and nonfiction concentrators.
Title
POETRY FORMS WORKSHOP
Class
CRWR 432A-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12095
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
In the 21st century, why write in a poetic form, like a sonnet or a villanelle? Do forms still have currency? Yes, and many poets use them"” to control chaotic content, to enjoy the ringing tones of rhyme and repetition, and as an exercise, to stretch and develop their poetic muscles. We'll explore some of the familiar patterns but also dive into some wacky contemporary forms and enjoy the transgressive pleasures of bending an already existing pattern to new purposes. All explorers welcome as we write our way around the world, from the Elizabethan and Italian sonnets to the Japanese renga, with stops in Wales, Spain, and the Middle East.
Notes
MFA standing or consent.
Title
CREAT. NONFIC FORMS WORKSHOP
Class
CRWR 434A-10
When / Where
TH 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12096
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides a broad history of the genre combined with the workshop format. Emphasis will include developing an understanding of basic creative nonfiction elements such as voice, point of view, distance versus intimacy, truth versus memory, imagistic patterning, structure, setting, research, and others. It is a prerequisite for all other creative nonfiction workshops.
Notes
MFA standing required.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE LEADERSHIP

Title
INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Class
CJL 200-01
When / Where
TU TH 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10936
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 180
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A survey and analysis of the criminal justice system, including an historical and philosophical overview of its development, with special emphasis on the system's primary components (Police, Courts, Corrections and Juvenile Justice) and the relationship among these components in the administration of criminal justice in America.
Notes
Seats reserved for new freshman.
Title
INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Class
CJL 200-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10937
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
28 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A survey and analysis of the criminal justice system, including an historical and philosophical overview of its development, with special emphasis on the system's primary components (Police, Courts, Corrections and Juvenile Justice) and the relationship among these components in the administration of criminal justice in America.
Notes
some seats restricted for Schaumburg students
Title
INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Class
CJL 200-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13367
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 27
Wait List
0 / 54
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A survey and analysis of the criminal justice system, including an historical and philosophical overview of its development, with special emphasis on the system's primary components (Police, Courts, Corrections and Juvenile Justice) and the relationship among these components in the administration of criminal justice in America.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
JUVENILE JUSTICE
Class
CJL 220-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12004
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
26 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
History and philosophies of society's reaction to juvenile behavior and problems. Interaction among the police, judiciary, and corrections are examined within the context of cultural influences. Theoretical perspectives of causation and control of delinquency are examined.
Notes
None
Title
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS
Class
CJL 230-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11746
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200
Description
An overview and analysis of the American correctional system: history, evolution, and philosophy of punishment and treatment; operation and administration in institutions (jails and prisons) non-institutional settings (probation and parole); and issues in correctional law.
Notes
None
Title
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY
Class
CJL 240-01
When / Where
M W 12:30 PM-01:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12002
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
An introduction to the multi-disciplinary study and analysis of the nature, causes, and control of crime; measurement of crime; and the interactive roles of the system, victim, and offender.
Notes
None
Title
CRIMINAL LAW
Class
CJL 250-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11747
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Applied Project and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
A study of the nature of criminal law including the historical and philosophical developments of substantive and procedural law. Students will learn to define and apply terms of law and concepts that accompany them, discuss the classifications of crime, define elements of crimes and the penalties attached thereto according to the model penal code and discuss the criminal responsibilities of persons. It will also examine and analyze the principles of criminal law, including the acts, mental state, and attendant circumstances that are necessary elements of crime.
Notes
None
Title
CRIMINAL LAW
Class
CJL 250-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11745
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
A study of the nature of criminal law including the historical and philosophical developments of substantive and procedural law. Students will learn to define and apply terms of law and concepts that accompany them, discuss the classifications of crime, define elements of crimes and the penalties attached thereto according to the model penal code and discuss the criminal responsibilities of persons. It will also examine and analyze the principles of criminal law, including the acts, mental state, and attendant circumstances that are necessary elements of crime.
Notes
None
Title
POLICE & SOCIETY
Class
CJL 300-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11913
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
An overview of the agencies that comprise the criminal justice system. The goals of law enforcement, courts, and corrections will be considered from historical, ethical, philosophical, and practical perspectives. Particular focus will be given to understanding the search for causes of crime and how it impacts the development of CJ policy, and the process by which these are evaluated.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
POLICE & SOCIETY
Class
CJL 300-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12186
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
An overview of the agencies that comprise the criminal justice system. The goals of law enforcement, courts, and corrections will be considered from historical, ethical, philosophical, and practical perspectives. Particular focus will be given to understanding the search for causes of crime and how it impacts the development of CJ policy, and the process by which these are evaluated.
Notes
HUC-only section
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
CJL 305-01
When / Where
TU TH 02:00 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
10938
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 26
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C- and CJL 240 with a min grade of C- and ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
An introduction to the process, logic, and skills of gathering data using the scientific method. The range of research designs, their strengths and weaknesses, the specific research tools needed for the collection of criminal justice data, analytical techniques, and appropriate policy responses are examined.
Notes
None
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
CJL 305-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
12829
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C- and CJL 240 with a min grade of C- and ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
An introduction to the process, logic, and skills of gathering data using the scientific method. The range of research designs, their strengths and weaknesses, the specific research tools needed for the collection of criminal justice data, analytical techniques, and appropriate policy responses are examined.
Notes
None
Title
ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Class
CJL 310-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
10939
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 25
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
An examination of the ethical considerations and constraints relevant to the criminal justice system. The course will use scenario based exploration of the issues of crime and justice in the context of a contemporary diverse society. Topics include police corruption, corrections and judicial corruption, diversity issues pertaining to agency practitioners and interacting in a diverse world. Specific attention is given to the effect of race, ethnicity, gender and special populations on offending and victimization, adjudication and sentencing.
Notes
None
Title
ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Class
CJL 310-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13048
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
An examination of the ethical considerations and constraints relevant to the criminal justice system. The course will use scenario based exploration of the issues of crime and justice in the context of a contemporary diverse society. Topics include police corruption, corrections and judicial corruption, diversity issues pertaining to agency practitioners and interacting in a diverse world. Specific attention is given to the effect of race, ethnicity, gender and special populations on offending and victimization, adjudication and sentencing.
Notes
HUC-only section
Title
CRIM JUST & THE CONSTITUTION
Class
CJL 330-01
When / Where
M W 08:00 AM-09:15 AM / AUD 320
Instructor
CRN
10940
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C- and CJL 250 with a min grade of C-
Description
An exploration of the various 20th century social movements that have confronted the criminal justice system, and the various ways these movements have affected judicial interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. Specific areas of focus include the impact of civil rights on police methods, prison reform and hate crimes legislation; civil liability of law enforcement and corrections officials; the rights pertaining to due process and equal protection for accused and convicted individuals; and the role of law in efforts to evaluate and solve social problems.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
VICTIMOLOGY
Class
CJL 331-01
When / Where
M W 11:00 AM-12:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12904
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course provides an introductory examination of criminal victimization in the United States via an overview of current theory, research, and trends within the context of specific victimization types. Students will examine specific crime types, the impact of crime on victims and society, the role of victims within the criminal justice system, specific remedies, victim rights and services.
Notes
None
Title
CRIME IN AMERICA
Class
CJL 355-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
11381
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 30
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 with a min grade of C- and CJL 240
Description
This course will study the crime problems from a historical perspective, with attention given to the social, political and economic factors affecting crime. Students will review crime trends, efforts of crime prevention, and the evolution in the explanations for criminal behavior.
Notes
None
Title
TOP:ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME
Class
CJL 389-01
When / Where
M W 09:30 AM-10:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
12830
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
SUST 390-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
This is a Special Topics course, in which subject matter varies by section. Content is thematic and crafted around a unique topic, giving students a focused theoretical and practical understanding.
Notes
In this exploration of Environmental Crime and Law, students will consider critical questions such as, why study environmental harm? Should these harms be considered crimes? Furthermore, where might criminal justice and environmental degradation intersect? A theoretical foundation will be surveyed as well as a short historical analysis of environmental movements. The course will then address Environmental Crime Investigation, in which organizations and databases are used for data collection and some future issues and challenges that may emerge. The overall objective of this class is two-fold: to introduce students to environmental issues and consider current topics within the context of both political and legal history of the criminal justice apparatus; and to consider differing perspectives concerning the existence and degree of criminality within environmental pollution and its effects on society.
**CLOSED**
Title
TOP:HATE CRIMES
Class
CJL 389-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11912
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 24
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This is a Special Topics course, in which subject matter varies by section. Content is thematic and crafted around a unique topic, giving students a focused theoretical and practical understanding.
Notes
Some seats reserved for HUC students. This course examines hate crimes from a multidisciplinary perspective, exploring their legal, sociological, and psychological aspects. The course addresses the causes, penalties, and constitutional issues associated with hate crimes including recent court cases. Special attention is paid to exploring hate groups, their origins and the deleterious effects bias-motivated crime has on its victims.
Title
SENIOR SEMINAR
Class
CJL 390-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
11914
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Capstone and Experiential Learning and Online and Student Research
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CJL 200 and CJL 305 and ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Designed as a comprehensive synthesis of the knowledge and skills learned in the curriculum, this capstone experience will engage students in the process of identifying and analyzing real-life issues facing criminal justice agencies, as well as techniques for developing and proposing solutions to constituents. The final project will culminate into a formal evaluation of a contemporary crime program or policy, complete with concerns and recommendations for future implementation. The strengthening of skills pertaining to critical thinking, effective written and communication, teamwork, embracing alternative viewpoints, and presentation delivery will be emphasized.
Notes
Some seats held for HUC students.

CULINARY ARTS

Title
CULIN FUNDAM 1
Class
CUL 126-01
When / Where
TU 07:30 AM-11:30 AM / AUD
Instructor
CRN
13196
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.5
Enrolled
12 / 15
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will develop the students’ initial understanding of the skills and professional work habits needed to successfully prepare a solid foundation and understanding of the principles used within a professional kitchen. Students will be introduced to basic knife skills and stock making with an emphasis on professionalism, speed and timeliness, organization, and misen en place. This course provides a thorough understanding of sanitation as it relates to the production, service, and management of a food service facility. The course covers microorganisms, food-borne illnesses, their causes and prevention, and food service workers’ responsibilities in maintaining safety and public health. This is a kitchen lab course.
Notes
RMEC students only. Meets at The Chopping Block
Title
CULIN FUNDAM 1
Class
CUL 126-02
When / Where
TU 12:00 PM-04:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13197
Session 1 Dates:
08/31 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.5
Enrolled
9 / 15
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will develop the students’ initial understanding of the skills and professional work habits needed to successfully prepare a solid foundation and understanding of the principles used within a professional kitchen. Students will be introduced to basic knife skills and stock making with an emphasis on professionalism, speed and timeliness, organization, and misen en place. This course provides a thorough understanding of sanitation as it relates to the production, service, and management of a food service facility. The course covers microorganisms, food-borne illnesses, their causes and prevention, and food service workers’ responsibilities in maintaining safety and public health. This is a kitchen lab course.
Notes
RMEC students only. Meets at The Chopping Block.
**CLOSED**
Title
CUL FUNDAMENTALS & AMER CUIS
Class
CUL 252-01
When / Where
M W 07:30 AM-11:30 AM / AUD
Instructor
CRN
13198
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 15
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CUL 235 with a min grade of D
Description
Students in this course will learn current industry trends for the Midwest region. Students will also examine future industry trends that could impact their career. These trends will include current garde manger techniques, plating styles, garnishes, flavor profiles, cooking techniques and unique cuisines not explored in CUL 265. This is a kitchen lab course. (Prerequisites: CUL 126, CUL 235, CUL 245)
Notes
RMEC students only. Meets at The Chopping Block.
Title
CUL FUNDAMENTALS & AMER CUIS
Class
CUL 252-02
When / Where
M W 12:00 PM-04:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
13256
Session 3B Dates:
10/26 to 12/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CUL 235 with a min grade of D
Description
Students in this course will learn current industry trends for the Midwest region. Students will also examine future industry trends that could impact their career. These trends will include current garde manger techniques, plating styles, garnishes, flavor profiles, cooking techniques and unique cuisines not explored in CUL 265. This is a kitchen lab course. (Prerequisites: CUL 126, CUL 235, CUL 245)
Notes
RMEC students only. Meets at the Chopping Block.
Title
AMER CUISINE
Class
CUL 260-01
When / Where
TH 12:00 PM-04:00 PM / AUD
Instructor
CRN
13199
Session 3A Dates:
08/31 to 10/24
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 15
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CUL 126 with a min grade of D
Description
This course explores the cuisines of North America and will include cuisines from the North Western Frontier, Midwest, Southwest, Northeast, and the