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ACCOUNTING

Title
INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 210-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31334
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
ACCT 403-98
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
Study of basic accounting concepts and practices as they relate to a corporation. Accounting for assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity; the preparation of financial statements, journals, and ledgers .
Notes
Previously entitled "Principles of Accounting I." Addtional credit not granted. Internet required.
Title
INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 211-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31335
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
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
Study of how managers use accounting information for decision making by examining product costing, activity-based costing, performance management and evaluation, cost-volume-profit analysis, and budgeting.
Notes
Previously entitled "Principles of Accounting II." Additional credit not granted. Internet required.
Title
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31336
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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.
Title
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31361
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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.
Title
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
Class
ACCT 403-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31471
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
ACCT 210-98
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
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
ACCT 450-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31434
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
INFS 421-98
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
PROFESSIONAL ACCT INTERNSHIP
Class
ACCT 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31338
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
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 / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31362
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
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.

ALLIED HEALTH

Title
INTRO TO MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Class
ALH 119-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31619
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
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.

ART

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Title
IPHONE/DEMOCRATIC CAMERA
Class
ART 301-01
When / Where
W 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31869
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 12
Wait List
0 / 24
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
JMS 330-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Everyone is a photographer and cameraphones are everywhere. This course will explore the creative and ethical implications of using the iPhone as an artistic and journalistic tool. Students must have an iPhone X or newer to enroll in the course, and will be expected to download various photography apps for use in the class. We will use the iPhone to create, edit, and post photographic work online. Students will learn a new set of photographic standards, applications, and practices through individual and group shooting assignments, readings, and examples of contemporary photographic work.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00

ARTS LEADERSHIP

Title
INTERNSHIP: PERFORMING ARTS
Class
ARTL 360-10
When / Where
TBA / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31960
Session 1 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 10
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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. CCPA Summer Institutes $275.00

ARTS MANAGEMENT

Title
THE ARTISTIC COMPONENTS
Class
ARTM 450-01
When / Where
SA 05:00 PM-07:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31897
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 21
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Balancing the art and the money; programming: adventure and risk vs. attracting and maintaining an audience; developing a healthy relationship between management and performing artists; integrating the artistic department with the rest of the organization; the care and feeding of artists; developing an artistic philosophy.
Notes
ARTM majors only. Meets 7/6-7/27.
Title
ORGZTL DEVEL & HUMAN RESOURCES
Class
ARTM 455-01
When / Where
SU 05:00 PM-07:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31898
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 21
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Working effectively and productively: with staff and management employees, with musicians and performers, with volunteers and boards of directors, and with community leaders. Strategies for building a healthy climate for all employees with fair policies that encourage new thinking and embraces new ideas.
Notes
ARTM majors only. Meets concurrently with ARTM 450. Meets 7/6-7/27.
Title
EDUCATION & COMM ENGAGEMENT
Class
ARTM 485-01
When / Where
TBA / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31899
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 20
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
An overview of education and community engagement programs within an arts organization. Exploration of the mission and value of outreach and education, and approaches to building successful educational and outreach programs.
Notes
ARTM majors only.
Title
EDUCATION & COMM ENGAGEMENT
Class
ARTM 485-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31504
Session 1C Dates:
08/09 to 08/13
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 20
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
An overview of education and community engagement programs within an arts organization. Exploration of the mission and value of outreach and education, and approaches to building successful educational and outreach programs.
Notes
ARTM majors only.
Title
CAPSTONE:SYNTHESIS OF LEARNING
Class
ARTM 495-01
When / Where
TBA / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31900
Session X3 Dates:
06/21 to 06/25
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 20
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is taken in the final summer session of the ARTM program. Students will work with the program director to design and implement a final project that integrates course work learning into a successful management strategy.
Notes
Project based instruction and learning

BIOLOGY

Title
HUMAN BIOLOGY - LECT
Class
BIOL 111-01
When / Where
TH 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31941
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
6 / 20
Wait List
0 / 60
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 Lab/Course Fee $200.00 BIOL major no credit Equivalent to LASCI 112. All seats reserved for CCH/Flashpoint Students
Title
THE NATURE OF SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 113-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31439
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Natural Science
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 online lab .
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LAB
Class
BIOL 301-10B
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-12:30 PM / WB 811
M TU W TH F 01:30 PM-05:00 PM / WB 811
Instructor
CRN
31438
Session 1C Dates:
08/09 to 08/13
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
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 also register for BIOL 301-98 in same semester. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOL-LECT
Class
BIOL 301-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31437
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
6 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Natural Science and Transformational Service Learn
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 also register for BIOL 301-10B in same semester.
Title
ECOLOGY OF TALLGRASS PRAIRIE
Class
BIOL 332-1F
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 706
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 558
Instructor
CRN
31440
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
9 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Face to Face and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 432-1F
Prerequisites
BIOL 112 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
Prairies have been described as the most endangered ecosystems in North America. This is a field-oriented introduction to prairies, including exploration of unique ecological processes found at the population, community, and ecosystem levels. Special attention will be given to prairie plants, insects, soils, endangered species, and prairie restoration.
Notes
Includes offsite field trips. Presession required June 16th, 10-12 via Zoom. One- week Intensive July 19-24, 2021. Note: this is a 6-day course and there will be class on Saturday, July 24. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
BIOLOGY OF BIRDS: ORNITHOLOGY
Class
BIOL 381-X1
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 915
Instructor
CRN
31478
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
9 / 16
Wait List
0 / 32
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
BIOL 481-X1
Prerequisites
BIOL 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This is a hands-on course in the study of birds, from basic biology, to evolution, taxonomy, anatomy, ecology and behavior. There will be labs at the Field Museum using real specimens, and the exploratory field work component will include bird identification skills and bird ecology and behavior. Using a combination of lectures and invited speakers, students will build a firm and solid foundation on bird behavior, ecology and evolution, which will include a plethora of field techniques and laboratory skills.
Notes
Mandatory pre-session June 1; field work included. Meets online in June and July 1, 2, and 3 in class for hands-on skills and activities. Lab/Course Fee $150.00
Title
ECOLOGY OF TALLGRASS PRAIRIES
Class
BIOL 432-1F
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 558
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 706
Instructor
CRN
31462
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
9 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
BIOL 332-1F
Prerequisites
None
Description
Prairies have been described as the most endangered ecosystems in North America. This is a field-oriented introduction to prairies, including exploration of unique ecological processes found at the population, community, and ecosystem levels. Special attention will be given to prairie plants, insects, soils, endangered species, and prairie restoration.
Notes
Consent of Instructor. Includes offsite field trips. Presession required June 16th, 10-12 via Zoom. One- week Intensive July 19-24, 2021. Note: this is a 6-day course and there will be class on Saturday, July 24. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
GENOMICS & APPLIED BIOINFO
Class
BIOL 463-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31523
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
BIOL 395-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
BIOL 301 or equivalent with a min grade of C-. Online
Title
BIOLOGY OF BIRDS: ORNITHOLOGY
Class
BIOL 481-X1
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 915
Instructor
CRN
31970
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
9 / 16
Wait List
0 / 32
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
BIOL 381-X1
Prerequisites
None
Description
This is a hands-on course in the study of birds, from basic biology, to evolution, taxonomy, anatomy, ecology and behavior. There will be labs at the Field Museum using real specimens, and the exploratory field work component will include bird identification skills and bird ecology and behavior. Using a combination of lectures and invited speakers, students will build a firm and solid foundation on bird behavior, ecology and evolution, which will include a plethora of field techniques and laboratory skills.
Notes
BIOL 202 (with a min grade of C-); field work included. Lab/Course Fee $150.00 Mandatory pre-session June 1; field work included. Meets online in June and July 1, 2, and 3 in class for hands-on skills and activities.
Title
TOP: ONE HEALTH
Class
BIOL 483-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31701
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Title
PROFESSIONAL BADM INTERNSHIP
Class
BADM 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31339
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-6.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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 6 credit hours can be applied to undergraduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by major, consent is required by the Internship Coordinator in the Heller College of Business.
Title
PROFESSIONAL BADM INTERNSHIP
Class
BADM 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31363
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-6.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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 6 credit hours can be applied to undergraduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by major, consent is required by the Internship Coordinator in the Heller College of Business.

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS

Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31340
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Legal Studies and Online
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 201-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31359
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
None
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

CHEMISTRY

Title
ORG CHEMISTRY I - LAB
Class
CHEM 211-01
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
31593
Session 1C Dates:
08/09 to 08/13
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
5 / 24
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
Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY I - LECT/ DISC
Class
CHEM 211-01A
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31592
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
7 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
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
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY I - LAB
Class
CHEM 211-20
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / SCH 552
Instructor
CRN
31589
Session 1C Dates:
08/09 to 08/13
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
0 / 24
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
Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY II - LAB
Class
CHEM 212-01B
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / WB 711
Instructor
CRN
31595
Session 1D Dates:
08/16 to 08/20
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
3 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
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 212-01A. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY II - LECT
Class
CHEM 212-02A
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31594
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
3 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
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 212-01B Online. Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY II - LAB
Class
CHEM 212-20B
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-03:00 PM / SCH 552
Instructor
CRN
31591
Session 1D Dates:
08/16 to 08/20
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
0 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
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 212-20A. Lab/Course Fee $200.00

COMMUNICATION

Title
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Class
COMM 101-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31773
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 36
Attributes
Core Communication and Online
Cross-listed With
COMM 101-98A
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
31937
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Core Communication and Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
COMM 101-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles and practices of composition and delivery of speeches for effective communication to diverse audiences.
Notes
All seats reserved for CCH/Flashpoint students** Lab/Course Fee $60.00

COMPUTER SCI & INFO TECHNOLOGY

Title
NETWORK APPLICATIONS PROGRAM
Class
CST 365-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31529
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CST 465-98
Prerequisites
CST 150 with a min grade of C- or CSIA 150 with a min grade of C-
Description
Design and programming applications for networks and the Internet; client side and server side processing; the use of a browser as a client and user interface. Internet protocols and issues such as security, reliability, and management. Course includes learning to program with JAVA in UNIX and Windows environments. A computer use course.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
NETWORK APPLICATIONS DEVL
Class
CST 465-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31530
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 20
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CST 365-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Design and programming applications for networks and the World Wide Web; client side and server side processing; the use of a web browser as a client and user interface. Internet protocols such as https, ftp, and ssl and issues such as security, reliability, and management. Course includes programming with JAVA in UNIX and Windows environments. A computer use course.
Notes
CST 150 with a min grade of C-.

CONFLICT AND MEDIATION

Title
CONFLICT MGMT RESEARCH MTHDS
Class
CNMN 420-60
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31618
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces students to quantitative and qualitative research methods used in the study of conflict. Particular emphasis is placed on methods to assess conflict and evaluate interventions for specific environments.
Notes
None
Title
ADV APPLIED SKILLS PRACT II
Class
CNMN 490-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31617
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CNMN 480 with a min grade of C-
Description
Students apply conflict resolution skills under the supervision of an experienced conflict resolution expert. Placements will be scheduled via the faculty in a Cook County Court. The Advanced Applied Skills course is only offered in the summer and students will be required to attend some court days during the daytime to complete the course. The course does not require full time attendance during the day.
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting day and time. Additional online participation required each week. Depending on whether Cook County Courts will be open, students may be required to attend some court days during the daytime to complete the course.

COUNSELING&HUMAN SERVICES

Title
COUNSELING LGBTQ CLIENTS
Class
CHS 425-10
When / Where
TU TH 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31884
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 35
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of selected topics in contemporary counseling.
Notes
This is a survey course designed to provide foundational training to help counselors work effectively with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) clients in counseling. Information about LGBTQ+ individuals, experiences, and communities will be provided through readings, assignments, and lectures.
Title
SEM: TRAUMA COUNSELING
Class
CHS 425-11
When / Where
TU 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / AUD 320
TH - TBA / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31430
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
19 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of selected topics in contemporary counseling.
Notes
This is a hybrid class, with some F2F class options Description Exploration of the impact of trauma on clients and the approaches to work with trauma in counseling.
Title
SEM: GRIEF COUNSELING
Class
CHS 425-12
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:45 AM-04:45 PM / AUD 320
Instructor
CRN
31395
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of selected topics in contemporary counseling.
Notes
Pre-session: TBD 6:00-9:45 PM. Course will be conducted in person, on campus.
Title
TOPICS/ISSUES IN HUMAN DEVELOP
Class
CHS 457-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31399
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
33 / 35
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The nature and needs of individuals at all developmental levels, including theories of individual and family development; theories of learning and personality development; human behavior including an understanding of developmental crises, disability, exceptional behavior, addictive behavior, psychopathology, and situational and environmental factors affecting behavior; and strategies for facilitating optimum development over the life span. Cultural, legal, and ethical considerations.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-03
When / Where
W 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31816
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
School Counseling MA students only Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-04
When / Where
W 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31658
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times. Lab/Course Fee $50.00
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-05
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31659
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
**CLOSED**
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-06
When / Where
TU 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31660
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-07
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31661
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
School Counseling MA Students Only Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-08
When / Where
W 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / AUD 308
Instructor
CRN
31827
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
1 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-09
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31885
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
2 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Course will be conducted via ZOOM during the published class days and times. COE Course Fee $50.00
Title
COUNSELING PRACTICUM
Class
CHS 463-10
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31657
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 6
Wait List
0 / 12
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
CHS 462
Description
This course provides for supervised counseling experiences in which students serve as counselors at pre-arranged and approved clinical mental health counseling or school settings, appropriate to their program emphasis. Degree candidates must display ability to integrate theory and practice equivalent to that of a competent beginning counselor and show capacity for continued learning and growth on job.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $50.00 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
CLG STDT DEV:THEORIES & TOP
Class
CHS 471-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31961
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The nature and needs of the diverse adolescents and adults enrolled in higher education settings including theories of personal and career development; theories of learning and identity development; human behavior including an understanding of developmental crises, disability, exceptional behavior, addictive behavior, psychopathology, and situational and environmental factors affecting diverse individuals in higher education settings; and strategies for facilitating optimum development over the duration of enrollment and the life span.
Notes
None
Title
INTERNSHIP COMPLETION
Class
CHS 499Y-10
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31966
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
6 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CHS 599Y-10
Prerequisites
CHS 499
Description
None
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00
Title
INTERNSHIP CONTINUATION
Class
CHS 599Y-10
When / Where
W 05:00 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31503
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
6 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
CHS 499Y-10
Prerequisites
CHS 599
Description
Continuation of CHS 599. Supervised clinical internship requiring 450 hours; all apsects of mental health counseling. Attendance in University seminars required; best practice for working with mood, personality, and psychotic disorders; consultation models; and superivsion practice.
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00

CRIMINAL JUSTICE LEADERSHIP

**CLOSED**
Title
TOP:MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES & CJL
Class
CJL 389-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31627
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
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
In America, having a mental illness has become a crime. One in four fatal police shootings involves a person with mental illness. The country’s three largest providers of mental health care are not hospitals, but jails. As many as half the people in US jails and prisons have a psychiatric disorder”. This quote, by author of “Insane” by Alisa Roth, sets the context for our course. We will be investigating this reality in detail, analyzing case studies from the perspectives of the defendants, their families, the police, court personnel and correctional facilities employees and administrators. We will also investigate how we may contribute to implicit and explicit biases and finally, how mental illness is depicted in our society (by way of movies, music and the news).

DUAL LANG TEACHER LEADERSHIP

**CLOSED**
Title
FND BILINGUAL & DUAL LANG EDUC
Class
DLTL 410-01C
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 1016
Instructor
CRN
31662
Session X4 Dates:
07/12 to 07/16
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will give a comprehensive overview of historical, philosophical, theoretical, socio-cultural, and legislative foundations of bilingual and ESL education in the U.S. This course highlights dual language education, a form of bilingual education where all students learn content in two languages.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort
**CLOSED**
Title
FND BILINGUAL & DUAL LANG EDUC
Class
DLTL 410-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 706
M TU W TH F - TBA / SCH 707
Instructor
CRN
31581
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
32 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will give a comprehensive overview of historical, philosophical, theoretical, socio-cultural, and legislative foundations of bilingual and ESL education in the U.S. This course highlights dual language education, a form of bilingual education where all students learn content in two languages.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
**CLOSED**
Title
ACAD LANG DEV ACROSS CONT AREA
Class
DLTL 443-01C
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 1016
Instructor
CRN
31663
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides instructional strategies and curriculum for teaching students learning English as a second language. Strategies focus on integrating academic language development and content instruction throughout all grade levels.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort
**CLOSED**
Title
ACAD LANG DEV ACROSS CONT AREA
Class
DLTL 443-25S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 706
M TU W TH F - TBA / SCH 706
Instructor
CRN
31582
Session X3 Dates:
06/21 to 06/25
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
32 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides instructional strategies and curriculum for teaching students learning English as a second language. Strategies focus on integrating academic language development and content instruction throughout all grade levels.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
**CLOSED**
Title
BIL PROG DES & DEV: READ WRIT
Class
DLTL 447-01C
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 1017
Instructor
CRN
31664
Session X6 Dates:
07/26 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will give a comprehensive overview of theories, techniques, standards, and principles of teaching English Language Learners (ELL) and Bilingual students in Dual Language (DL) Programs. This course covers the conditions for cultivating biliteracy through dual language program design and effective instructional strategies across the curriculum for DL students.
Notes
There are 10 hours of related field experiences or clinical practices associated with this course. REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort
**CLOSED**
Title
BIL PROG DES & DEV: READ WRIT
Class
DLTL 447-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 706
M TU W TH F - TBA / SCH 707
Instructor
CRN
31586
Session X1 Dates:
06/28 to 07/02
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
32 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will give a comprehensive overview of theories, techniques, standards, and principles of teaching English Language Learners (ELL) and Bilingual students in Dual Language (DL) Programs. This course covers the conditions for cultivating biliteracy through dual language program design and effective instructional strategies across the curriculum for DL students.
Notes
There are 10 hours of related field experiences or clinical practices associated with this course. REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
SUP EVAL & PROF DEV OF BIL EDU
Class
DLTL 467-20
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31669
Session X3 Dates:
06/21 to 06/25
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of the latest trends and best practices in teacher evaluation and supervision, with a focus on how teacher leaders positively impact school improvement of PreK-12 linguistically diverse students and dual language and bilingual teachers.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
SUP EVAL & PROF DEV OF BIL EDU
Class
DLTL 467-C01
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31666
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Exploration of the latest trends and best practices in teacher evaluation and supervision, with a focus on how teacher leaders positively impact school improvement of PreK-12 linguistically diverse students and dual language and bilingual teachers.
Notes
REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort
Title
TCHR LDR PRACTICUM:METH & MAT
Class
DLTL 470-01C
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31665
Session X4 Dates:
07/12 to 07/16
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides practical experience in planning, testing, curriculum development, classroom management, and teaching and learning with students and school personnel in a dual language classroom setting.
Notes
There are 45 hours of related field experiences or clinical practices associated with this course. REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort.
Title
TCHR LDR PRACTICUM:METH & MAT
Class
DLTL 470-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31668
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course provides practical experience in planning, testing, curriculum development, classroom management, and teaching and learning with students and school personnel in a dual language classroom setting.
Notes
There are 45 hours of related field experiences or clinical practices associated with this course. REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
INTERN: ADV FOR DUAL LANG EDU
Class
DLTL 480-01C
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31667
Session X6 Dates:
07/26 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
21 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course explores methods of advocacy for bilingualism and dual language education in schools and the community in order to sustain effective bilingual programming
Notes
There are 45 hours of clinical practices associated with this course REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before April 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Chicago Cohort
Title
INTERN: ADV FOR DUAL LANG EDU
Class
DLTL 480-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31670
Session X1 Dates:
06/28 to 07/02
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course explores methods of advocacy for bilingualism and dual language education in schools and the community in order to sustain effective bilingual programming
Notes
There are 45 hours of clinical practices associated with this course REQUIRED video Pre-session. Must participate before March 1, 2021. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.

DUAL LANGUAGE EDUCATION

**CLOSED**
Title
LINGUISTICS FOR ESL TEACHERS
Class
DLED 458-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
CRN
31892
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will focus on theory and research in learning English as a Second Language (ESL). Students will gain a foundation for understanding linguistics ad learning theory specifically applied to ESL, bilingualism, and dual language education. The basics of linguistics, including phonology, syntax, morphology, semantics, and pragmatics will be addressed. In addition, much emphasis will be given to the area of applied linguistics (language in use) as it relates to the language development of native and non-native speakers of English. Links will be made to PreK-12th grade classroom settings, linguistically and culturally diverse learners, and professional standards.
Notes
None
Title
LINGUISTICS FOR ESL TEACHERS
Class
DLED 458-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
CRN
31889
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will focus on theory and research in learning English as a Second Language (ESL). Students will gain a foundation for understanding linguistics ad learning theory specifically applied to ESL, bilingualism, and dual language education. The basics of linguistics, including phonology, syntax, morphology, semantics, and pragmatics will be addressed. In addition, much emphasis will be given to the area of applied linguistics (language in use) as it relates to the language development of native and non-native speakers of English. Links will be made to PreK-12th grade classroom settings, linguistically and culturally diverse learners, and professional standards.
Notes
None
Title
ASSESS OF BILINGUAL STUDENTS
Class
DLED 473-01A
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 612
Instructor
CRN
31893
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is a comprehensive overview of issues, challenges, and techniques I'm the assessment of bilingual students. It covers the full range of bilingual assessment fro standardized tests to alternative assessment methodology. The course will emphasize authentic assessment techniques in the classroom including portfolios, performances, projects, self-assessment, observation, and teacher made assessment tools such as rubrics and checklists.
Notes
Required video pre-session. Must participate before May 1, 2020. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class.
Title
METH/MATERIALS TEACH BILINGUAL
Class
DLED 474-01A
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / WB 1016
Instructor
CRN
31896
Session X6 Dates:
07/26 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course explores theories, techniques, and programs for teaching bilingual students. Students will learn about national, state, and local policies and programs for educating bilingual students, including English language learners. This course highlights dual language education, a form of bilingual education where all students learn content in two languages. Strategies focus on integrating language development and content instruction throughout all grade levels.
Notes
Required video pre-session. Must participate before May 1, 2020. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class.

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Title
CHILD, FAM, COMM & ECE PHIL
Class
ECHD 210-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31769
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ECHD 305 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 328 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 341 with a min grade of C-
Description
Family, schools, and community involvement in educational programs; history and philosophy of early childhood education; impact on child and family development and a child’s academic development.
Notes
None
Title
STGY & MAT FOR LTRCY & SOC:P-K
Class
ECHD 336-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31818
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ECHD 303 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 334 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 338 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course is designed to give students a framework from which to develop appropriate and effective language and literacy experiences for prekindergarten children. Children’s literature will provide a framework for prekindergarten language arts instruction.
Notes
Cohort Programs Only
Title
MATH & SCIENCE IN ECHD
Class
ECHD 339-01
When / Where
TU TH 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31770
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ECHD 305 with a min grade of C- or concurrent and ECHD 328 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 336 with a min grade of C-
Description
None
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
**CANCELLED**
Title
ART MATERIALS & TRANSLANUAGING
Class
ECHD 441-01
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / AUD
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31967
Session X6 Dates:
07/26 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 2
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is aimed at helping understand how common and uncommon art materials such as clay, recycled materials, paint, etc. can help dual language learners develop all of their language competencies. The course will include hands-on workshops for participants to learn the properties of the art materials to become comfortable using them in the classroom.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $150.00

ECONOMICS

Title
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
Class
ECON 101-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31413
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
International Studies and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MATH 095 with a min grade of C+
Description
Overview of how a market society works, trades, consumes, redistributes, and enjoys the fruits of its produce. Macroeconomics is a Willis Tower look at the whole economy; the course will connect the tiny dots to see the big picture. For the student who wants to know more about unemployment, economic growth, inflation, inequality, and economic policy.
Notes
or higher.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
Class
ECON 102-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31414
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
International Studies and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ECON 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
"The purpose of studying economics," said a famous economist, "is to avoid being deceived by economists." Most economic policy, from welfare reform to climate change legislation, is drafted and defended with the language of "microeconomic" logic. Microeconomics is about the person on the street, the family, Connie’s Pizza, Bill Gates and monopoly, gangs and drugs, pollution and production, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the "feminization of poverty," and the history of welfare reform.
Notes
None
Title
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
ECON 234-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31558
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
MATH 217-98A and SOC 291-98
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or Compass-College Algebra with min score of 45
Description
This course applies statistical techniques to problems in the social sciences and business. Elementary probability and probability distributions, random variables, expectation and variance; normal probability distributions (binomial distributions, time-permitting). Applications to estimation, confidence intervals, statistical testing of hypotheses, two-sample techniques. Correlation and least squares.
Notes
Math courses higher than 121 satisfy the prerequisite.
Title
ECONOMICS FOR DECISION MAKERS
Class
ECON 403-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31524
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Economic concepts and analysis applied to understanding domestic and global commerce, government policies towards business, and business policies towards other businesses. How to use economic analysis to read and interpret economic reports. Focus on microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international trade. For MBA students and other non-economics graduate students; no credit for economics majors.
Notes
No credit for ECON majors.
Title
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR MGRS
Class
ECON 436-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31364
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
MGMT 403-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Covers quantitative techniques used in human resource management, market research, operations management, I/O psychology and other business research arenas. Students are provided both a conceptual understanding of the various statistical tests available and the ability to interpret the results of quantitative analyses which support decision-making in a business context. Topics include problem analysis, research design, data presentation, probability, regression analysis, statistical inference, and other related techniques. Cross-listed with MGMT 403.
Notes
None

EDUCATION

Title
CHILD & ADOL. DEV. LEARN. MOT.
Class
EDUC 202-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31716
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
EDUC 402-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive study of child growth, development, learning, and motivation from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on early stages as foundation for later physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. Theories and current research focusing on development, learning, motivation and behavior management. Application of concepts to the development of effective and engaging classroom communities.
Notes
Open to Cohort programs only.
Title
SEL IN THE CLASSROOM
Class
EDUC 308-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31919
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
EDUC 408-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students will learn strategies for self-care and practice self-regulation techniques with a dual lens: while learning for themselves, they will plan implementation of these strategies in their own classrooms. Assignments will include the work of leaders in the fields of social-emotional learning and mindfulness. This course is designed for pre-service and active teachers, social workers, counselors and school administrators, preK-12.
Notes
This course is designed for pre-service and active teachers, social workers, counselors and school administrators, preK-12.
Title
CHILD & ADOL. DEV. LEARN. MOT.
Class
EDUC 402-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31763
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
EDUC 202-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive study of child growth, development, learning, and motivation from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on early stages as foundation for later physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. Theories and current research focusing on development, learning, motivation and behavior management. Application of concepts to the development of effective and engaging classroom communities.
Notes
None
Title
CHILD & ADOL. DEV. LEARN. MOT.
Class
EDUC 402-SC
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31936
Session X4 Dates:
07/12 to 07/16
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive study of child growth, development, learning, and motivation from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on early stages as foundation for later physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. Theories and current research focusing on development, learning, motivation and behavior management. Application of concepts to the development of effective and engaging classroom communities.
Notes
Admission to South Cook Teacher Residency Program. This course will take place at the South Cook Intermediate Service Center, 253 W Joe Orr Rd, Chicago Heights, IL 60411.
Title
SEL IN THE CLASSROOM
Class
EDUC 408-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31920
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
EDUC 308-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Students will learn strategies for self-care and practice self-regulation techniques with a dual lens: while learning for themselves, they will plan implementation of these strategies in their own classrooms. Assignments will include the work of leaders in the fields of social-emotional learning and mindfulness. This course is designed for pre-service and active teachers, social workers, counselors and school administrators, preK-12.
Notes
This course is designed for pre-service and active teachers, social workers, counselors and school administrators, preK-12.
Title
INQUIRY IN THE CLASSROOM
Class
EDUC 480-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31383
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 480-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Knowledge and practical experience in teacher research. Students extend reflective practice to conducting and writing research about their own teaching for the purpose of improving classroom practice.
Notes
All Mtds courses,Student Tchg or concurr enroll. Requires access to classroom for field-based research.

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Title
FOUNDATIONS & COMMUNITY
Class
ELED 401-SC
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31714
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The role of education in contemporary US society; the teaching profession and the standards that define it; the philosophical and historical context of contemporary education in the US; and the conceptual framework of Roosevelt University's College of Education and its function as an organizing principle for classrooms. Provides a foundation for all other course work in the elementary education program.
Notes
Admission to the South Cook Teacher Residency Program required. This course will take place at the South Cook Intermediate Service Center, 253 W. Joe Orr Rd, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.

ENGLISH

Title
COMPII:INTRO ACADEMIC RESEARCH
Class
ENG 102-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31517
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ENG 102-01A and ENG 102-98B
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course introduces students to the process of academic research and engages them in research-oriented writing. Students participate in a series of academic conversations about important issues by learning to locate, evaluate, analyze and present appropriate source materials in their own writing projects.
Notes
None
Title
TOP:WAYS OF KNOWING
Class
ENG 347-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31858
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
ENG 447-98
Prerequisites
ENG 220 with a min grade of C- or ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Human beings are part of the natural world, but modern life often distracts them from it. In this hybrid (mostly online and occasional face-to-face learning) experiential course, students will learn and practice the “whys” and “ways” of knowing nature. Ways of Knowing Nature builds students’ critical, artistic, and experiential knowledge of the natural world through individual and collective study via outdoor and indoor activities. Course materials are rooted in both Non-Western and Western traditions. Course design allows students the opportunity to personalize the subject and timing of several activities.
Notes
While the bulk of the learning will take place online asynchronously, students must be available for 3 synchronous, Zoom-based classes which will occur on June 1, June 29th, and July 20th.
Title
TOP:WAYS OF KNOWING
Class
ENG 447-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31859
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ENG 347-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Human beings are part of the natural world, but modern life often distracts them from it. In this hybrid (mostly online and occasional face-to-face learning) experiential course, students will learn and practice the “whys” and “ways” of knowing nature. Ways of Knowing Nature builds students’ critical, artistic, and experiential knowledge of the natural world through individual and collective study via outdoor and indoor activities. Course materials are rooted in both Non-Western and Western traditions. Course design allows students the opportunity to personalize the subject and timing of several activities.
Notes
Grad. standing. While the bulk of the learning will take place online asynchronously, students must be available for 3 synchronous, Zoom-based classes which will occur on June 1st, June 29th, and July 20th.

FINANCE

Title
PERSONAL FINANCE
Class
FIN 203-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31953
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
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, Meets experiential learning requirement under, CORE. May be taken for elective credit by non-Business, majors.
Title
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
Class
FIN 311-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31341
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and ECON 102 with a min grade of C- and MATH 110 with a min grade of C-
Description
Time value of money, capital budgeting, methods of external finance, working capital management, financial statement analysis, cash budgeting, and other finance topics.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL FIN INTERNSHIP
Class
FIN 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31366
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
FINANCE FOR DECISION MAKERS
Class
FIN 408-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31502
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 35
Wait List
0 / 75
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 405 with a min grade of C- and (MGMT 403 with a min grade of C- or ECON 436 with a min grade of C- or PSYC 407 with a min grade of C)
Description
Financing problems facing business; general principles of accounting and economics applied to solution of these problems. Time value of money applied to the pricing of securities, firms' capital budgeting decisions, financial statement analysis, forecasting immediate cash flow problems, financing of the firm, and consequences for the firm's decision-making process.
Notes
Finance module
Title
PROFESSIONAL FIN INTERNSHIP
Class
FIN 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31342
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
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 Internship Coordinator.
Title
PROFESSIONAL FIN INTERNSHIP
Class
FIN 492-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31367
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
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 Internship Coordinator.

HEALTH

Title
MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE PR
Class
AHS 154-01
When / Where
W 10:00 AM-12:30 PM / WB 815
M 10:30 AM-01:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31933
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This microbiology course examines the relationship of control microbiological procedures. Surgical wound classification, stages of wound healing and factors influencing wound healing are studied. The processes of microbiological life are analyzed, as are diseases caused by microbes. This course includes a laboratory component.
Notes
Course Fee RMU $100.00
Title
MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE PR
Class
AHS 154-02
When / Where
M 10:30 AM-01:00 PM / ZOOM
W 01:30 PM-03:30 PM / WB 815
Instructor
CRN
31934
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
2 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This microbiology course examines the relationship of control microbiological procedures. Surgical wound classification, stages of wound healing and factors influencing wound healing are studied. The processes of microbiological life are analyzed, as are diseases caused by microbes. This course includes a laboratory component.
Notes
Course Fee RMU $100.00

HEALTH CARE

Title
GLOBAL HEALTH
Class
HCA 300-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31918
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will examine today’s most critical global health issues and trends. Examination will be given to the socioeconomic, biological and environmental causes and consequences of diseases. Some of the topics covered will include: infectious diseases, nutrition, maternal health, non-communicable diseases, mental health and injuries.
Notes
None

HISTORY

Title
TOP:HISTORY OF THE FUTURE
Class
HIST 110-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31675
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Ideas Course and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course will explore enduring ideas, themes or questions, such as changing concepts of identity and selfhood articulated by major figures in Western and non-Western literature and philosophy from antiquity to modernity. It will emphasize the diversity of the human experience through idea-centered dialogue, close analysis of primary texts, and analytical methods characteristic of learning in the liberal arts tradition.
Notes
In this course we will explore how writers, political and religious leaders, scientists, and others have envisioned the future, and how these visions reflected the hopes, aspirations and fears of those in the present. Our focus will be on prophetic religious documents, political treatises, utopian and dystopian novels, films, and television produced in the United States from the 1800s to the present. We will also consider our own ideas of the future.
Title
THE WORLD SINCE 1500
Class
HIST 112-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31423
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Humanities and International Studies and Non-Western Culture and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This introductory level course takes a global approach to understanding the modern period, 1492 to the present. Readings and lectures will particularly privilege connections between and among Africans, Americans, Asians, and Europeans. Particular events and processes are emphasized, including the ‘discovery’ of the Americas, the advent of plantation slavery, the scientific and industrial revolutions, imperialism, the rise of global trade, the birth of nationalism, World Wars I and II, the Cold War, and decolonization struggles.
Notes
None
Title
SOUNDS OF SUMMER:CHGO FESTIVAL
Class
HIST 326-X3
When / Where
M W F 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31696
Session 2F Dates:
08/09 to 08/20
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Humanities and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
HOSM 393-X3 and MUHL 308-X3
Prerequisites
3 Credit Hours of History
Description
Thematic topics in American social history, including courses focused on gender, race, region, and/or class. Please click highlighted CRN for a more detailed description of this course.
Notes
One 3 credit hour course in history with a minimum grade of C-. Course meets 8/9-8/20 All students will attend lectures, participate in discussions, and complete assignments asynchronously via blackboard and synchronously via Zoom. Additional class meetings will occur off-campus during the evenings and weekends; students will be provided options to fulfill these additional contact hours. The course’s experiential fieldwork can be met via a combination of the following three modalities: 1. students may join the instructors for sessions that will occur at festivals and events around Chicago, pending appropriate health protocols; 2. students may attend comparable live events approved by the instructors, from their location; or, 3. students may attend virtual events approved by the instructors. Course covers who plans summer festivals, their origins, festivals as identity, ideology, and political conveyers. Examines summer festivals as revealers of cultural identity, class identity, demographic trends, and as nostalgia. Course features site visits to Chicago summer festivals.
Title
HIST OF RACISM HEALTH CARE:
Class
HIST 342-98
When / Where
Online Course / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31856
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and International Studies and Remote and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
HIST 442-98
Prerequisites
3 Credit Hours of History
Description
Asian, African, and Latin American studies; topics may include global linkages. Please click the highlighted CRN for a more detailed description of this course.
Notes
One 3 credit hour course in history with a minimum grade of C-. This course has as its primary objective the study of the intersections of race, medicine, and colonialism in World History from 1500 to the present. To put the discussion in perspective, this course will examine how racial difference became medicalized. It will also assess the ways in which sociocultural, economic, and political forces have historically shaped behavior in medicine and institutionalized health care.
Title
PUBLIC HOUSING/PUBLIC POLICY
Class
HIST 386-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
CRN
31871
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Humanities and Online and Student Research and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
POS 390-98 and SOC 381-98
Prerequisites
3 Credit Hours of History
Description
Students step outside the classroom to experience history as it is practiced and lived. Through active, hands-on learning, students apply historical skills and methods to uncover, preserve, disseminate, and/or utilize history for a wide variety of purposes and audiences. Potential projects may include researching and mounting a historical exhibit; assisting archivists in collecting and organizing materials; conducting oral histories; building primary source databases; or mapping historical topics.
Notes
One 3 credit hour course in history with a minimum grade of C-. Students will be required to work on projects off campus. Details on this off-campus work will be specific to the topic being taught.
Title
HIST OF RACISM IN HEALTH CARE
Class
HIST 442-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31857
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HIST 342-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Asian, African, and Latin American studies; topics may include global linkages.
Notes
None

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

Title
OPS ANALYSIS FOR HOSP INDUSTRY
Class
HOSM 300-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31744
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 300-96
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
or RUA placement Minimum C grade required
Title
SPORTS COMM REL & FAN DEV
Class
HOSM 357-96
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31912
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Community College 3+1 and Experiential Learning and Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 357-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learn about all aspects of community affairs outreach in the sports industry. Students will learn how the community and fan development departments create and implement community initiatives, donation programs and fundraising activities. Areas of discussion: Game day and non-game day programs, silent auctions, general office work and planning and execution of community activities.
Notes
None
Title
SPORTS COMM REL & FAN DEV
Class
HOSM 357-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31495
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 15
Wait List
0 / 30
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning
Cross-listed With
HOSM 357-96
Prerequisites
None
Description
Learn about all aspects of community affairs outreach in the sports industry. Students will learn how the community and fan development departments create and implement community initiatives, donation programs and fundraising activities. Areas of discussion: Game day and non-game day programs, silent auctions, general office work and planning and execution of community activities.
Notes
Certain activities will be complimentary, but each student should plan to spend up to $100 on tickets for various activities
Title
TOP:ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HOSP
Class
HOSM 393-X1
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31806
Session X1 Dates:
06/28 to 07/02
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 393-96A
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course focuses on a variety of special interest topics regarding leadership & Management, research analysis, and current trends within the hospitality and tourism industry. Subjects may include: food & Beverage, hotels, travel, event management, tourism, real estate, revenue management, sports management, and marketing within the hospitality industry.
Notes
12 SH of HOSM or Dept. consent.
Title
SOUNDS OF SUMMER:CHGO FESTIVAL
Class
HOSM 393-X3
When / Where
M W F 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31697
Session 2F Dates:
08/09 to 08/20
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
HIST 326-X3 and MUHL 308-X3
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course focuses on a variety of special interest topics regarding leadership & Management, research analysis, and current trends within the hospitality and tourism industry. Subjects may include: food & Beverage, hotels, travel, event management, tourism, real estate, revenue management, sports management, and marketing within the hospitality industry.
Notes
12 SH of HOSM or Dept. consent. Course meets 8/9-8/20 All students will attend lectures, participate in discussions, and complete assignments asynchronously via blackboard and synchronously via Zoom. Additional class meetings will occur off-campus during the evenings and weekends; students will be provided options to fulfill these additional contact hours. The course’s experiential fieldwork can be met via a combination of the following three modalities: 1. students may join the instructors for sessions that will occur at festivals and events around Chicago, pending appropriate health protocols; 2. students may attend comparable live events approved by the instructors, from their location; or, 3. students may attend virtual events approved by the instructors.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Title
PROFESSIONAL HRM INTERNSHIP
Class
HRM 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31489
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL HRM INTERNSHIP
Class
HRM 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31368
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL HRM INTERNSHIP
Class
HRM 492-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31369
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Title
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
INFS 330-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31540
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Information processing systems; information technology infrastructure; database and information management; computer networks and telecommunications; information security; enterprise applications; e-commerce; building information systems; fundamental management, strategic, and organizational issues in the use of information systems.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL INFS INTERNSHIP
Class
INFS 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31344
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
Prerequisites
INFS 330 with a min grade of C-
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL INFS INTERNSHIP
Class
INFS 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31370
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
Prerequisites
INFS 330 with a min grade of C-
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Class
INFS 401-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31538
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Information processing systems; information technology infrastructure; database and information management; computer networks and telecommunications; information security; enterprise applications; e-commerce; building information systems; fundamental management; strategic, and organizational issues in the use of information systems.
Notes
None
Title
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
INFS 421-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31472
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
ACCT 450-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Systems development and systems applications within accounting and financial areas. Topics include security, control, information needs, decision requirements, processes, techniques, and data flows.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL INFS INTERNSHIP
Class
INFS 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31345
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL INFS INTERNSHIP
Class
INFS 492-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31371
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

Title
ASSESSMENT AND DATA ANALYSIS
Class
ILED 401-95
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 624
Instructor
CRN
31783
Session X3 Dates:
06/21 to 06/25
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The course focuses on the skills needed for the alignment of curricular and local assessments to standards and data analysis necessary to determine achievement gaps and improve the learning of all students.
Notes
This course is designed as a one-week intensive course which will meet from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday from June 28-July2.
Title
ORG & DEV INNOVATIVE CURRICUL
Class
ILED 435-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31834
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Current research and 21st century evidence-based teaching practices that align school improvement with the district and school's vision, mission, beliefs, and curriculum to create a systematic process for future-oriented innovation, collaboration and professional development that intentionally align innovation, collaboration and professional development to school improvement. This course target all P-12 students, especially in the areas of literacy and numeracy, including those with special needs. Attention will be given to developing curricula, assessments, and instructional practices that change student learning, creating cultures to amplify the learning of students who have been traditionally marginalized in public schools.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT & BUDGET
Class
ILED 451-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31888
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
27 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Explores the historical, philosophical and political underpinnings of the management and financing of U. S. public education. The focus of analysis is PreK-12 instruction and how to align human resources and budget to improve achievement for all students, including special needs students and English language learners. Examines state and local public school funding systems, including how to prepare and manage district and school budgets. Particular attention will be given to the role of politics and the legal requirements that impact school funding.
Notes
This course is for the 211 cohort and new DLTL Principal Pathway students. Course meets 7/5/21-8/9/21
**CLOSED**
Title
LEGAL ISSUES PRE-K TO 12 EDUC
Class
ILED 453-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31576
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Explores the historical, philosophical, political, and instructional foundations of public Pre K-12 education in relation to the legal aspects of school leadership and administration. Examines important legal requirements for the management of public schools, as well as current trends and issues.
Notes
,strong>This course is for the District 211 and Schaumburg cohorts only
Title
LEGAL ISSUES PRE-K TO 12 EDUC
Class
ILED 453-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31887
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Explores the historical, philosophical, political, and instructional foundations of public Pre K-12 education in relation to the legal aspects of school leadership and administration. Examines important legal requirements for the management of public schools, as well as current trends and issues.
Notes
None

INTEGRATED MARKETING COMM

Title
INTERNSHIP IN IMC
Class
IMC 399-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31408
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship
Cross-listed With
IMC 499-09 and JMS 399-09
Prerequisites
IMC 262 with a min grade of C and IMC 263 with a min grade of C
Description
In-service training with a professional marketing, public relations, advertising or media operation. Students must successfully complete academic reflections and evaluations during their internship term, in addition to working a total of 225 hours at a single internship, to receive credit for their internships.
Notes
3 additional core IMC courses required. Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
BRAND PLANNING AND MSG STRAT
Class
IMC 446-10
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-09:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31901
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
IMC 405 with a min grade of B- or IMC 409 with a min grade of B-
Description
Examination and execution of creative communication strategies from market analysis and value propositions to brand attributes and target segmentation. Marketing communication messages from concept and copy platforms to written completion. Emphasis on identifying goals and objectives, trends and tactics, and working towards the "big idea."
Notes
Consent required for MBA majors. Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
GRADUATE INTERNSHIP
Class
IMC 499-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31409
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
IMC 399-09 and JMS 399-09
Prerequisites
IMC 446 with a min grade of B- or concurrent
Description
In-service training with a profession marketing or media operations. Students must successfully complete academic reflections and evaluations during their internship term, in addition to working a total of 225 hours, to recieve credit for the internships.
Notes
Completion of six IMC courses and consent of designated faculty supervisor. Lab/Course Fee $60.00

JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

**CLOSED**
Title
IPHONE/DEMOCRATIC CAMERA
Class
JMS 330-01
When / Where
W 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31870
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 12
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
ART 301-01
Prerequisites
COMM 201 with a min grade of C
Description
Everyone is a photographer and cameraphones are everywhere. This course will explore the creative and ethical implications of using the iPhone as an artistic and journalistic tool. Students must have an iPhone X or newer to enroll in the course, and will be expected to download various photography apps for use in the class. We will use the iPhone to create, edit, and post photographic work online. Students will learn a new set of photographic standards, applications, and practices through individual and group shooting assignments, readings, and examples of contemporary photographic work.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00
Title
MEDIA INTERNSHIP
Class
JMS 399-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31782
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship
Cross-listed With
IMC 399-09 and IMC 499-09
Prerequisites
JOUR 305 with a min grade of C or JMS 305 with a min grade of C
Description
In-service training with a professional media operation in print, online or broadcast media operations. Students must successfully complete academic reflections and evaluations during their internship term, in addition to successfully completing a single internship totaling at least 200 on-the-job hours, to receive 3 hours of credit. See internship coordinator or departmental office for syllabus.
Notes
Lab/Course Fee $60.00

LANGUAGE & LITERACY

**CLOSED**
Title
TEACH READING IN K-8
Class
READ 320-11
When / Where
TU TH 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31765
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Approaches to teaching beginning- and primary-level reading and expanded approaches at all levels including middle school; language arts/reading interrelatedness. Balanced literacy and literature-based instruction; assessment strategies, materials, and organization of differentiated programs of reading instruction.
Notes
CPS cohort Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
MTHDS OF TEACH READ K-8 EDUC
Class
READ 420-SC
When / Where
M TU W TH 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31766
Session X6 Dates:
07/26 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theoretical approaches to teaching reading. Methods for implementing curricular theory through review of texts and materials. Research and evaluation issues.
Notes
Admission to the South Cook Teacher Residency Program required.This course will take place at the South Cook Intermediate Service Center, 253 W. Joe Orr Rd Chicago Heights, IL 60411.
Title
INT/ADV STRAT/MAT READ/WR/LANG
Class
READ 432-11
When / Where
TU TH 06:00 PM-09:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31392
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Strategies and materials in word recognition, word analysis, comprehension, and vocabulary development to meet specific instructional needs of students. 25 clock hours clinical experience.
Notes
READ majors only. Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
LITERATURE FOR CHILD & ADOLESC
Class
READ 434-X5
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31393
Session X5 Dates:
07/19 to 07/23
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Advanced course in literature for children and adolescents including criteria for evaluating and analyzing literature. Literature as reflecting literacy heritage of America's multicultural and multiethnic society. Integrating literature throughout curriculum.
Notes
None
Title
CLIN PRAC LNG-LITERACY
Class
READ 470-29
When / Where
M TU W TH - TBA / SCH 524
Instructor
CRN
31394
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
6.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Supervised remediation of reading disability cases in grades K-12. Read 470 provides 200 clinical hours. Enrollment limited to majors in reading.
Notes
Reading majors only. Clinic meets June 10th through July 11 08:00 - 2:00. Orientation for graduate students May 30th at 4:30, Family Open House, June 7th at 4:30.

MANAGEMENT

Title
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Class
MGMT 300-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31484
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- and MATH 110 with a min grade of C- and (MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or ECON 234 with a min grade of C- or PSYC 200 with a min grade of C-)
Description
Problems, principles, and methods of analysis related to production and operations management of industrial and service organizations. Forecasting; capacity planning; facilities location and layout; inventory analysis; scheduling; simulation; and quality assurance.
Notes
ECON 102 recommended
Title
SURVEY OF INTERNATIONAL BUS
Class
MGMT 360-10
When / Where
TU 06:00 PM-09:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31360
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ECON 101 with a min grade of C- and ECON 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
Problems and opportunities for American business resulting from internationalization of the US economy. Economic, political, and cultural environments facing business; diplomacy; global sourcing and production; functional areas of accounting and taxation, finance, management, and marketing.
Notes
This course was previously offered as BADM 360.
Title
BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY
Class
MGMT 380-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31372
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
Applied Project and Capstone and Experiential Learning
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MGMT 300 with a min grade of C- and MGMT 358 with a min grade of C- and MKTG 302 with a min grade of C- and FIN 311 with a min grade of C-
Description
Study of top management decision making, including strategy and policy making; integration of functional divisions of organizations through analysis of and solutions to complex business situations. BSBA Capstone Course.
Notes
This course was previously offered as BADM 380. This course must be taken during a student's senior year.
Title
PROFESSIONAL MGMT INTERNSHIP
Class
MGMT 399-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31349
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL MGMT INTERNSHIP
Class
MGMT 399-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31373
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
STATISTICS FOR BUS DECISIONS
Class
MGMT 403-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31365
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
ECON 436-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Covers quantitative techniques used in human resource management, market research, operations management, I/O psychology and other business research arenas. Students are provided both a conceptual understanding of the various statistical tests available and the ability to interpret the results of quantitative analyses which support decision-making in a business context. Topics include problem analysis, research design, data presentation, probability, regression analysis, statistical inference, and other related techniques. Cross-listed with ECON 436.
Notes
None
Title
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
Class
MGMT 407-98C
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31350
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Principles of organization required for successful management and the ability to lead subordinates. Topics include employee motivation, leadership theories, ethics, decision making, conflict management, group dynamics, power and politics, and organization culture.
Notes
None
Title
PEOPLE MGMT & ORG BEHAVIOR
Class
MGMT 423-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31880
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 35
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course integrates people management, organizational behavior, and leadership so that the students gain an advanced understanding of how to move an organization to sustained success based on a richer understanding of these issues leading to greater alignments with business strategies and goals and ongoing environmental and other challenges. This course is critical in understanding how to effectively acquire and manage human capital in an organization to improve organizational performance. It provides insights into attaining higher productivity, effectiveness, efficiency and, in general, good citizenship and reducing dysfunctional behavior.
Notes
This course was formerly BEHAVIORAL SCI SYST FOR MGMT “PharmD students primarily”
Title
PEOPLE MGMT & ORG BEHAVIOR
Class
MGMT 423-98B
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31881
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course integrates people management, organizational behavior, and leadership so that the students gain an advanced understanding of how to move an organization to sustained success based on a richer understanding of these issues leading to greater alignments with business strategies and goals and ongoing environmental and other challenges. This course is critical in understanding how to effectively acquire and manage human capital in an organization to improve organizational performance. It provides insights into attaining higher productivity, effectiveness, efficiency and, in general, good citizenship and reducing dysfunctional behavior.
Notes
This course was formerly BEHAVIORAL SCI SYST FOR MGMT “PharmD students primarily”
Title
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Class
MGMT 489-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31351
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 405 with a min grade of C- and FIN 408 with a min grade of C- and MGMT 403 with a min grade of C- and MKTG 406 with a min grade of C-
Description
Strategy in the context of a total enterprise from the standpoint of top management. Students will determine organizational mission and objectives, analyze the company and the industry, and balance the tensions between strategy and social responsibility, strategy and competitive advantage, and strategy and various forms of diversification. Cases cover large, small, profit, and nonprofit single business organizations. This course should be taken near the end of the MBA program as it requires decision-making based on prior graduate studies.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL MGMT INTERNSHIP
Class
MGMT 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31352
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment, consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL MGMT INTERNSHIP
Class
MGMT 492-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31375
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment, consent is required by the instructor.

MARKETING

Title
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Class
MKTG 302-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31353
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 40
Wait List
0 / 95
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Character and importance of marketing process and its essential functions, activities, and concepts; how goods and services flow from producer to consumer/user. Economic, sociological, and psychological factors affecting managerial decision making in dynamic environment of marketplace.
Notes
None
Title
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31354
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31376
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and SENT 398-09 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
MKTG STRAT: THEORY & PRACTICE
Class
MKTG 406-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31545
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Foundation for understanding all basic concepts of marketing; organized on a managerial framework so that students can apply basic marketing concepts to decision making and managing marketing activities. Emphasis on practical application through the use of cases. Development of a conceptual marketing plan, given a specific set of market, product and environmental conditions.
Notes
None
Title
MKTG STRAT: THEORY & PRACTICE
Class
MKTG 406-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31719
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
29 / 52
Wait List
0 / 64
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Foundation for understanding all basic concepts of marketing; organized on a managerial framework so that students can apply basic marketing concepts to decision making and managing marketing activities. Emphasis on practical application through the use of cases. Development of a conceptual marketing plan, given a specific set of market, product and environmental conditions.
Notes
"Open only to Pharmacy students".
Title
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31355
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 492-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31377
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

MATHEMATICS

Title
MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS
Class
MATH 010-10
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31751
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This class covers the fundamentals of arithmetic and algebra: Whole numbers; Fractions; Decimals; Ratios; Rates; Percents; Proportional Reasoning; Measurement; Real numbers; Variables; Solving linear equations; Graphing Linear equations. This course is taken concurrently with either MATH 110 or MATH 105 and focuses on skills needed for success in these courses. Course does not count toward required credit hours for undergraduate degrees; it is considered 3-credits for purposes of billing and determining student full-time/part-time status.
Notes
Must be taken concurrently with either Math 105 or Math 110 or as a prerequisite to MATH 021
Title
FOUNDATIONS OF ARITHMETIC
Class
MATH 105-10
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31964
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course helps prospective elementary teachers prepare for the Common Core State Standards. Topics include: sets, counting, problem solving, and number system development; Rationals, decimals, and irrationals; Number theory; Algorithms of arithmetic.
Notes
Prerequisites: MATH 095 or MATH 096, RUA placement score or concurrent enrollment in Math 010.
Title
QUANTITATIVE LITERACY
Class
MATH 110-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31944
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
MATH 110-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
The goals of this course are to create confident and critical users of quantitative information, to be able to describe and interpret quantitative information and arguments, and to apply mathematical tools to analysis of data on social issues. Topics include absolute and relative quantities, percentages, rates, and ratios, linear and exponential functions, making and interpreting graphs, and financial mathematics.
Notes
Prerequisites: MATH 010 or MATH 095 or MATH 096 MathPrep or placement by RUA or ACT or SAT. All seats reserved for CCH/Flashpoint students.
Title
QUANTITATIVE LITERACY
Class
MATH 110-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31608
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
MATH 110-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
The goals of this course are to create confident and critical users of quantitative information, to be able to describe and interpret quantitative information and arguments, and to apply mathematical tools to analysis of data on social issues. Topics include absolute and relative quantities, percentages, rates, and ratios, linear and exponential functions, making and interpreting graphs, and financial mathematics.
Notes
Prerequisites: MATH 010 or MATH 095 or MATH 096 MathPrep or placement by RUA or ACT or SAT.
Title
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Class
MATH 121-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31625
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will strengthen your algebraic skills and prepare you to apply algebraic techniques to future math, science, computer science, and business courses. Topics include: Algebraic operations, equations and inequalities, graphs and functions, polynomial functions, polynomial equations. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Systems of equations.
Notes
Math 096 or placement by RUA, or ACT, or SAT or concurrent enrollment in Math 021.
Title
MATH NURSING
Class
MATH 170-01
When / Where
TU 09:30 AM-12:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31935
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is designed to assist nursing students in the mastery of drug dosage calculations across the lifespan, a necessary competency for the safe and accurate administration of medications. A variety of methods will be used to teach drug dosage calculation including dimensional analysis and the ratio-proportion method.
Notes
None
Title
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
MATH 217-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31559
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ECON 234-98 and SOC 291-98
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
This course applies statistical techniques to problems in the social sciences and business. Elementary probability and probability distributions, random variables, expectation and variance; normal probability distributions (binomial distributions, time-permitting). Applications to estimation, confidence intervals, statistical testing of hypotheses, two-sample techniques. Correlation and least squares.
Notes
Cross-listed with ECON 234 and SOC 291. RUA placement score or SAT/ACT placement scores.

MUSIC COMPOSITION

Title
SUMMER COMPOSITION INSTITUTE
Class
MCMP 301-01
When / Where
M TU W TH F 10:00 AM-05:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31702
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
2.0
Enrolled
0 / 10
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The Summer Composition Institute offers an opportunity for young composers to write both acoustic and electro-acoustic music. The program includes private lessons with composition faculty, lectures on various topics from form/analysis to electro-acoustic music technique, seminars on professional development and professionalism for musicians, reading sessions with faculty musicians, and performances of student works.
Notes
The ability to read and notate music required. Course meets 7/15-7/26. Open to all majors. Ability to read and notate music required. CCPA Summer Institutes $275.00

MUSIC HISTORY & LITERATURE

Title
SOUNDS OF SUMMER CHGO FESTIVAL
Class
MUHL 308-X3
When / Where
M W F 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31740
Session 2F Dates:
08/09 to 08/20
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Remote
Cross-listed With
HIST 326-X3 and HOSM 393-X3
Prerequisites
None
Description
Course covers who plans summer festivals, their origins, festivals as identity, ideology, and political conveyers. Examines summer festivals as revealers of cultural identity, class identity, demographic trends, and as nostalgia. Course features site visits to Chicago summer festivals
Notes
Class field trips meet off-campus in Chicago accessible via public transit. Course meets 8/9-8/20 All students will attend lectures, participate in discussions, and complete assignments asynchronously via blackboard and synchronously via Zoom. Additional class meetings will occur off-campus during the evenings and weekends; students will be provided options to fulfill these additional contact hours. The course’s experiential fieldwork can be met via a combination of the following three modalities: 1. students may join the instructors for sessions that will occur at festivals and events around Chicago, pending appropriate health protocols; 2. students may attend comparable live events approved by the instructors, from their location; or, 3. students may attend virtual events approved by the instructors.

MUSIC IN GENERAL STUDIES

Title
LISTENING IN PLACE
Class
MUS 240-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31854
Session 1C Dates:
08/09 to 08/13
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Excursion-Based Course and Experiential Learning and Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
No formal music background required. Study of the elements of music (rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, form) and the influence of culture on creation, production, artistic expression, media, technology, the role of the artist in society, and the listener's perception, through investigation of various genres, styles, artists, and/or time periods. Music as critique and commentary on society, and as a vehicle for social change. May be repeated for credit with a different topic.
Notes
During this five-day intensive on-line experiential course, we aim to examine and reimagine the relationship of space and the performing arts through five concepts/question, one of which frames each of our days. These questions will bring to light the different ways music defines space and space defines music. We will use listening as a means of analyzing experience and heightening awareness of relationships and interactions, calling attention to the sonic facets of socioeconomic, political, cultural, and racialized spaces. The instructor will provide optional, synchronous follow-up discussions throughout the course’s five days for students who wish to engage this content in real-time conversations.

MUSIC PERFORMANCE

Title
CURRIC PRACT TRAINING-MUS
Class
PERF 399-02
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31844
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
1 / 50
Wait List
0 / 100
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Authorization granted to student in F-1 status for part-time employment integral to the curriculum and directly related to the major.
Notes
None
Title
CURRIC PRACT TRAINING-MUS
Class
PERF 399-10
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31730
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
0 / 50
Wait List
0 / 100
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Authorization granted to student in F-1 status for part-time employment integral to the curriculum and directly related to the major.
Notes
None

NATURAL SCIENCE

Title
NATURAL SCIENCE LAB
Class
NSCI 102-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31718
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
10 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Lab Course and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
NSCI 102 lab focuses on scientific inquiry and the study of the natural world. Students gain experiences in the application of the scientific method towards the understanding of concepts in ecology and geography. Meets General Education requirements for life or physical science laboratory when taken concurrently with non-majors biology or physical science course. Not for majors credit in the sciences.
Notes
This online laboratory courses fulfills the core requirement of Physical or Life Science Lab. It can be taken concurrently with Physical Geography I or The Nature of Science. Lab/Course Fee $200.00

NURSING

Title
FOUNDATIONS OF PROF NURSING
Class
NURS 100-01
When / Where
W 04:30 PM-07:30 PM / WB 1019
Instructor
CRN
31932
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
2.0
Enrolled
12 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course introduces students to current issues in health care. Historical and social perspectives are explored and the legal and ethical underpinnings of practice are analyzed. The health care delivery system, health policy, politics and workforce issues as well as research. A critical thinking approach focuses the student on generating new thoughts, insights and beliefs. Additionally, students will begin to explore HESI exam questions and learn how to begin early preparation towards the NCLEX exam. Formerly NUR 190 and NUR 191
Notes
Formerly NUR 190 and NUR 191
Title
HEALTH ASSESS & BASIC NURS
Class
NURS 200-01
When / Where
TH 08:00 AM-10:00 AM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31925
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
8 / 10
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MAT 170 with a min grade of D and SCI 191 with a min grade of D
Description
This course provides opportunities to develop core competencies necessary to meet the needs of individuals throughout the lifespan in a safe, legal, and ethical manner. The role of the nurse as a member of the health care team is emphasized. Students are introduced to the basic concepts of client needs, safety, communication, critical, ethical-legal, transcultural diversity, nursing history, and the program’s philosophy of nursing. Additionally, this course introduces psychomotor nursing skills needed to assist individuals in meeting essential human needs. Skills necessary for maintaining microbial, physical, and psychological safety are introduced along with skills needed in therapeutic interventions. At the conclusion of this course, the student should demonstrate competency in performing basic nursing skills. (Prerequisites: MAT 170, SCI 191, A&P)
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
HEALTH ASSESS & BASIC NURS
Class
NURS 200-02
When / Where
TH 10:30 AM-12:30 PM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31926
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
10 / 10
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MAT 170 with a min grade of D and SCI 191 with a min grade of D
Description
This course provides opportunities to develop core competencies necessary to meet the needs of individuals throughout the lifespan in a safe, legal, and ethical manner. The role of the nurse as a member of the health care team is emphasized. Students are introduced to the basic concepts of client needs, safety, communication, critical, ethical-legal, transcultural diversity, nursing history, and the program’s philosophy of nursing. Additionally, this course introduces psychomotor nursing skills needed to assist individuals in meeting essential human needs. Skills necessary for maintaining microbial, physical, and psychological safety are introduced along with skills needed in therapeutic interventions. At the conclusion of this course, the student should demonstrate competency in performing basic nursing skills. (Prerequisites: MAT 170, SCI 191, A&P)
Notes
None
Title
HEALTH ASSESS & BASIC NURS
Class
NURS 200-03
When / Where
TH 01:00 PM-03:00 PM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31927
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
8 / 10
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MAT 170 with a min grade of D and SCI 191 with a min grade of D
Description
This course provides opportunities to develop core competencies necessary to meet the needs of individuals throughout the lifespan in a safe, legal, and ethical manner. The role of the nurse as a member of the health care team is emphasized. Students are introduced to the basic concepts of client needs, safety, communication, critical, ethical-legal, transcultural diversity, nursing history, and the program’s philosophy of nursing. Additionally, this course introduces psychomotor nursing skills needed to assist individuals in meeting essential human needs. Skills necessary for maintaining microbial, physical, and psychological safety are introduced along with skills needed in therapeutic interventions. At the conclusion of this course, the student should demonstrate competency in performing basic nursing skills. (Prerequisites: MAT 170, SCI 191, A&P)
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
ADULT MED NURS3 (LECT)
Class
NURS 340-01A
When / Where
M W 09:00 AM-11:00 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31913
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
36 / 36
Wait List
0 / 72
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
ADULT MED NURS3
Class
NURS 340-01B
When / Where
TH 07:00 AM-03:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31906
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 8
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
ADULT MED NURS3
Class
NURS 340-01C
When / Where
TH 07:00 AM-03:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31907
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 8
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
ADULT MED NURS3
Class
NURS 340-01D
When / Where
TH 07:00 AM-03:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31908
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
5 / 8
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
ADULT MED NURS3
Class
NURS 340-01E
When / Where
TH 07:00 AM-03:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31909
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
8 / 8
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
ADULT MED NURS3
Class
NURS 340-01F
When / Where
TH 07:00 AM-03:00 PM / WB 1214
Instructor
CRN
31910
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1
Enrolled
7 / 8
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C and NUR 360 with a min grade of C or concurrent
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
NURS ASSESS5
Class
NURS 341-01
When / Where
TU 08:00 AM-10:00 AM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31914
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
NURS ASSESS5
Class
NURS 341-02
When / Where
TU 10:30 AM-12:30 PM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31915
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
NURS ASSESS5
Class
NURS 341-03
When / Where
TU 01:00 PM-03:00 PM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31916
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 18
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
NURS ASSESS5
Class
NURS 341-04
When / Where
TU 03:30 PM-05:30 PM / AUD 534
Instructor
CRN
31917
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.5
Enrolled
9 / 9
Wait List
0 / 16
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
NUR 320 with a min grade of C and NUR 321 with a min grade of C
Description
None
Notes
None

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Title
GROUP FACILITATION
Class
ORGD 420-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31878
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
In this highly interactive course, participants will learn to use facilitative skills. Students will develop skills in setting ground rules, applying communication strategies, group development, the benefits of diversity and diagnosing and intervening barriers to positive facilitation. Virtual facilitation, as well as face to face facilitation will be explored.
Notes
None

PARALEGAL STUDIES

Title
CIVIL LAW
Class
LAWA L03-60
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31486
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
PARA 303-60
Prerequisites
None
Description
In this survey course, students learn the fundamentals of several areas of the law relating to civil practice including torts, property, wills & estates, domestic relations, and intellectual property. Instructors emphasize current legal events. Written assignments include case briefs and other written exercises designed to increase students' understanding of the subject matters.
Notes
Dept. Consent.
Title
ADV LITIGATION & E-DISCOVERY
Class
LAWA L06-50
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31309
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PARA 306-50
Prerequisites
LAWA L04
Description
This course covers the use of E-Discovery in the preparation of a case for trial, on-going discovery, the trial process, and the post-trial process including hands-on exercises using E-Discovery software and case management software. Review and understanding of the EDRM (E-Discovery Reference Model) and the Federal and State Rules of Civil Procedure defining the various aspects of E-Discovery and Electronically Stored Information (ESI).
Notes
Dept. Consent. ,B>Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting day and time. Additional online participation required each week.
Title
LEGAL WRITING
Class
LAWA L25-50
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31311
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PARA 325-50
Prerequisites
LAWA L02
Description
The course includes a review of grammar basics, the Uniform System of Citation, and a series of written assignments ranging from simple case briefs and business letters to a complex research memorandum that integrates research, analysis and writing skills. Students will be drafting legal documents during class and as outside homework assignments, allowing for significant personal feedback on their writing from the instructor.
Notes
Dept. Consent. Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting day and time. Additional online participation required each week.
Title
PARALEGAL INTERNSHIP
Class
LAWA L30-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31313
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 35
Wait List
0 / 65
Attributes
Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
PARA 330-09
Prerequisites
(LAWA L01 and LAWA L02 and LAWA L04)
Description
Students must apply for and be selected by an intern sponsor that the program has made arrangements with in order to enroll in this course. It may also be possible for a student to secure an internship on their own; however, this must be approved by the program in advance of the internship start date. This course provides the student intern with an opportunity to gain practical work experience under the supervision of an attorney in day-to-day, on-site paralegal work. In addition to on-site work, the student will meet with the program's Internship Coordinator during the semester to discuss their progress, and will participate in online discussions with other student interns through Blackboard. Finally, upon completion of the on-site work, the student intern will submit a portfolio and self-evaluation report on their experiences during the internship. The student must complete a minimum of 135 hours of work at the internship site in order to pass the course.
Notes
Dept. Consent. This Internship course requires an application process. Students must contact Chanita Britton (cbritton01@roosevelt. edu) Paralegal Prgram Assistant Director no later than May 21, 2021 in order to obtain application information. Students must be available to work at the internship site during weekdays. A minimum of 135 hours is required over a minimum of ten weeks.

PARALEGAL STUDIES

Title
CIVIL LAW
Class
PARA 303-60
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31487
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
LAWA L03-60
Prerequisites
None
Description
In this survey course, students learn the fundamentals of several areas of the law relating to civil practice including torts, property, wills & estates, domestic relations, and intellectual property. Instructors emphasize current legal events. Written assignments include case briefs and other written exercises designed to increase students' understanding of the subject matters.
Notes
Same course as LAWA L03. Junior Standing Required
Title
ADV LITIGATION & E-DISCOVERY
Class
PARA 306-50
When / Where
W 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31310
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
LAWA L06-50
Prerequisites
PARA 304 with a min grade of C
Description
This course covers the use of E-Discovery in the preparation of a case for trial, on-going discovery, the trial process, and the post-trial process including hands-on exercises using E-Discovery software and case management software. Review and understanding of the EDRM (E-Discovery Reference Model) and the Federal and State Rules of Civil Procedure defining the various aspects of E-Discovery and Electronically Stored Information (ESI).
Notes
Same course as LAWA L06. Junior Standing Required Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting day and time. Additional online participation required each week.
Title
LEGAL WRITING
Class
PARA 325-50
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-08:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31312
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
LAWA L25-50
Prerequisites
PARA 302 with a min grade of C
Description
The course includes a review of grammar basics, the Uniform System of Citation, and a series of written assignments ranging from simple case briefs and business letters to a complex research memorandum that integrates research, analysis and writing skills. Students will be drafting legal documents during class and as outside homework assignments, allowing for significant personal feedback on their writing from the instructor.
Notes
Same course as LAWA L25. Junior Standing Required Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting day and time. Additional online participation required each week.
Title
PARALEGAL INTERNSHIP
Class
PARA 330-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31488
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship
Cross-listed With
LAWA L30-09
Prerequisites
PARA 301 with a min grade of C or concurrent and (PARA 302 with a min grade of C or concurrent or PARA 304 with a min grade of C or concurrent)
Description
Students must apply for and be selected by an intern sponsor that the program has made arrangements with in order to enroll in this course. It may also be possible for a student to secure an internship on their own; however this must be approved by the program in advance of the internship start date. This course provides the student intern with an opportunity to gain practical work experience under the supervision of an attorney in day-to-day, on-site paralegal work. In addition to on-site work, the student will meet with the program's Internship Coordinator during the semester to discuss their progress, and will participate in online discussions with other student interns through Blackboard. Finally, upon completion of the on-site work, the student intern will submit a portfolio and a self-evaluation report on their experiences during the internship. The student must complete a minimum of 135 hours of work at the internship site in order to pass the course
Notes
Junior Standing Required This Internship course requires an application process. Students must contact Chanita Britton (cbritton01@roosevelt. edu), Paralegal Assistant Director no later than May 21, 2021 in order to obtain application information. Students must be available to work at the internship site during weekdays. A minimum of 135 hours is required over a minimum of ten weeks.May be taken by non-Paralegal major who have met prerequisites.

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Title
SEVERE AND UNUSUAL WEATHER
Class
PHSC 104-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31514
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 50
Wait List
0 / 100
Attributes
Natural Science
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will focus on the meteorological processes that lead to severe and unusual weather events and patterns. This course will examine thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, flash floods, drought and winter storms. Whenever possible, real-time weather data will be incorporated and severe weather events that occur in the United States during the course of our study will be examined. The societal impact of severe and unusual weather will also be studied.
Notes
Online

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Title
PUBLIC HOUSING/ PUBLIC POLICY
Class
POS 390-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
CRN
31873
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Online and Student Research and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
HIST 386-98 and SOC 381-98
Prerequisites
POS 101 and ENG 102
Description
Topics vary by semester.
Notes
None

PSYCHOLOGY

**CLOSED**
Title
FORENSIC SCIENCE
Class
PSYC 106-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31863
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
PSYC 106-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
The application of scientific techniques to: crime scene assessment, documentation, and reconstruction; identification and assessment of criminal perpetrators; and evaluations of witnesses' accuracy and truthfulness.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
FORENSIC SCIENCE
Class
PSYC 106-98A
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31994
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
PSYC 106-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
The application of scientific techniques to: crime scene assessment, documentation, and reconstruction; identification and assessment of criminal perpetrators; and evaluations of witnesses' accuracy and truthfulness.
Notes
None
Title
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
Class
PSYC 201-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31525
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
PSYC 103 with a min grade of C-
Description
Development, symptoms, and patterns of maladaptive behavior; introduction to disorders such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and others.
Notes
None
Title
STRESS, COPING, & MINDFULNESS
Class
PSYC 203-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31526
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Self-help course with student participation and homework. Causes and costs of stress. Review of relaxation, meditation, and active coping techniques from the perspective of mindfulness meditation. Relaxation/mindfulness exercises include: progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, breathing exercises, yoga stretching, imagery. mindfulness meditation, and making personal relaxation tapes. Active coping includes: problem solving, stressful negative thinking, time management and procrastination, making and building relationships, assertiveness, and managing anger and aggression. Creating your own relaxation and mindfulness program. Not a substitute for psychotherapy or counseling; not a training course for health professionals.
Notes
Credit only for "Coping with Stress" or "Stress, Coping & Mindfulness." Credit only for PSYC 203 or PSYC 204.
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
PSYC 285-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31651
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
PSYC 103 with a min grade of C-
Description
Introduction to the scientific methods used in psychological research, including measurement, descriptive studies and the case study method, correlational and experimental methods; technical report writing; development of critical thinking skills in appreciating published research.
Notes
None
Title
LEARNING
Class
PSYC 316-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31652
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
9 Credit Hours of Psychology
Description
Research and theory on the acquisition, retention, and loss of acquired responses; memory and information processing.
Notes
3 courses in psychology.
Title
PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER
Class
PSYC 345-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31653
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Social Sciences and Women's & Gender Studies
Cross-listed With
PSYC 445-98
Prerequisites
9 Credit Hours of Psychology
Description
This course will focus on the biological and sociocultural factors underlying the use of gender categories and development of gender roles. We will analyze how gender stereotypes are used by individuals, discuss how gender influences our expectations and behaviors, and consider how social institutions reinforce our ideas of gender.
Notes
Three Psychology courses required. Credit only for "Psychology of Women" or "Psychology of Gender."
Title
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Class
PSYC 347-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31528
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
9 Credit Hours of Psychology
Description
Relationship between psychology, health, stress, and illness. Influence of affective, cognitive, and social factors on risk, severity, and recovery from illness; impact of illness on psychological status; influence of psychological factors on health maintenance behaviors; psychological interventions; and the role of the psychologist in the health care team.
Notes
3 courses in psychology.
Title
PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER
Class
PSYC 445-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31654
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Women's & Gender Studies
Cross-listed With
PSYC 345-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will focus on the biological and sociocultural factors underlying the use of gender categories and development of gender roles. We will analyze how gender stereotypes are used by individuals, discuss how gender influences our expectations and behaviors, and consider how social institutions reinforce our ideas of gender.
Notes
Credit only for "Psychology of Women" or "Psychology of Gender."
Title
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCE
Class
PSYC 515-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31604
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Psychosocial view of contemporary substance abuse; types and classes of addictive substances; review of treatment approaches. The etiology of substance use disorders, as well as the relationship between substance use disorders and medical and psychological disorders as well a strength based prevention approach within the counseling setting. Special attention will be given to physiological factors, family dynamics, treatment methods and implications for schools, communities, and business.
Notes
None
Title
BIO BASES OF BEHAV FOR COUNS
Class
PSYC 570-24
When / Where
TU 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31864
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Biological systems and processes that influence behavior will be discussed in this course. Issues pertaining to the development of a biopsychosocial treatment approach for use in clinical mental health counseling will be addressed. Issues often encountered in counseling practice are emphasized. 3 semester hours. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study in psychology.
Notes
Admission to graduate study in psychology.
Title
PROFESSIONAL, LEGAL & ETHICAL
Class
PSYC 605-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31475
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
This course will provide an opportunity for understanding the concept of ethics as both an ideological and practical issue in the counseling profession. In a seminar/discussion format, the students will be expected to actively engage in provocative and challenging topics that affect the practice of counseling. Additional focus will be on professional standards, legislative regulation, risk management, and professional development. The counseling profession’s ethical standards are addressed with an emphasis on the American Counseling Association code of ethics and counselor ethical decision-making processes. PSYC 605 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 635.
Notes
FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY. MA students:competency required.
Title
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Class
PSYC 606-10
When / Where
TU 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31639
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 636-10
Prerequisites
MA Competency with min score of MET and PSYC 519 with a min grade of B
Description
This course provides a framework of the theoretical understanding of human development from birth to later adulthood, including issues of gender, family and socialization. The course is intended to illustrate the normal developmental processes that occur over a life span and sensitize counselors to events that may lead to a disruption of events that may eventually lead a person to seek counseling. Aspects of development discussed include biosocial, cognitive and psychosocial changes. Expected developmental milestones during each of these phases of development are addressed. PSYC 606 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 636.
Notes
FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY. MA students: competency required. This will be a HYBRID class with 4 ZOOM meetings at the day/time listed; remainder of the work online.
Title
ASSESSMENT IN COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 619-24
When / Where
TH 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31865
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
The focus of this course will be on developing techniques for collecting, organizing, and using relevant information obtained from empirically derived tests and qualitative assessments to assist counseling clients in understanding themselves and in making meaningful life and career decisions. Instruments and inventories to be studied include intelligence tests, personality inventories, symptom tests and single-facet rating scales. Instructions for making referrals and interpreting psychological and counseling assessment will be reviewed.
Notes
MA clinical students only
Title
PROFESS,LEGAL & ETHICAL ISSUES
Class
PSYC 635-10
When / Where
TH 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31861
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Issues affecting the practice of professional psychology with emphasis on ethical and professional standards, legislative regulation, professional decision making, and current professional developments. PSYC 635 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 605.
Notes
FOR PSYD STUDENTS ONLY.
Title
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Class
PSYC 636-10
When / Where
TU 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31860
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 606-10
Prerequisites
None
Description
Human development throughout life. Emotional, social, cognitive, moral, and intellectual domains; gender roles and family relationships. PSYC 636 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 606.
Notes
FOR PSYD STUDENTS ONLY. This will be a HYBRID class with 4 ZOOM meetings at the day/time listed; remainder of the work online.
Title
HISTORY & THEORETICAL SYSTEMS
Class
PSYC 638-10
When / Where
M 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
CRN
31862
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
The course is designed to review the philosophical roots of psychology, and the tensions and controversies that have been part of psychology through the ages. Students will learn about the traditional historical systems including Structuralism, Functionalism, Behaviorism, Gestalt and Depth Psychology (psychoanalysis). Effort will be made to place the developments of the field in the context of the particular era, culture, and countries where the movement originated or predominated. Finally, students will explore modern developments through a historical lens.
Notes
PSYD Students Only. MA students by permission of instructor. This will be a HYBRID class with 4 ZOOM meetings at the day/time listed; remainder of the work online.
Title
MENTAL HEALTH PRAC IN SETTINGS
Class
PSYC 640-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31429
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
In this course, students will review the structures and operations in private, agency, medical, school, and community organization settings in which professional counselors practice. Information on utilizing effective strategies to support client advocacy and influence public policy will be addressed. Students will learn about ways to promote programs that affect the practice of clinical mental health counseling and advocate for their clients based on their environmental setting.
Notes
MA students:competency required.
Title
MULTICULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
Class
PSYC 644-01
When / Where
W 11:45 AM-03:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31883
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 645-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
Theory and research on culturally based differences in behavior. Impact of such information on psychological assessment and therapy. PSYC 644 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 645.
Notes
FOR PSYD STUDENTS ONLY.
Title
MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 645-01
When / Where
W 11:45 AM-03:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31882
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 644-01
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is designed to provide students with a general framework for understanding issues related to mental health services with people from diverse populations. The influence of socio-identities (e.g. race, ethnicity, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, religious preferences) on individuals' functioning, concerns, and the counseling process will be explored. This course is designed to increase students’ awareness and knowledge of, and skills related to, multicultural counseling and the delivery of counseling services. Students explore diversity and identity issues and discuss their impact on the therapeutic relationship. PSYC 645 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 644.
Notes
FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY. PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade MA Competency - MET.
Title
GROUP COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 649-10
When / Where
M 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31479
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 649-24
Prerequisites
(PSYC 519 with a min grade of B or PSYC 520 with a min grade of B) and MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of group development, process and dynamics. Students will learn, in an experiential manner, theoretical and practical concepts related to the practice of group counseling and psychotherapy. PSYC 649 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 650.
Notes
FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY. PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade; MA Competency - MET. Course will not meet in person this summer This class will be delivered via ZOOM at time listed, Tuesdays, 5:30-9:15 p.m. Also a portion of class will be online through Blackboard. . Details for dialing in via ZOOM will be shared by the instructor closer to the start of classes. For details about the ZOOM format, please review information at the link, scroll to the ZOOM section. https://blogs.roosevelt.edu/coronavirus/student-remote-participation-guide/
Title
GROUP COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 649-24
When / Where
M 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31650
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 649-10
Prerequisites
(PSYC 519 with a min grade of B or PSYC 520 with a min grade of B) and MA Competency with min score of MET
Description
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of group development, process and dynamics. Students will learn, in an experiential manner, theoretical and practical concepts related to the practice of group counseling and psychotherapy. PSYC 649 course covers consistent course material and content as PSYC 650.
Notes
FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY. PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade; MA Competency - MET. Course will not meet in person this summer This class will be delivered via ZOOM at time listed, Tuesdays, 5:30-9:15 p.m. Also a portion of class will be online through Blackboard. . Details for dialing in via ZOOM will be shared by the instructor closer to the start of classes. For details about the ZOOM format, please review information at the link, scroll to the ZOOM section. https://blogs.roosevelt.edu/coronavirus/student-remote-participation-guide/
Title
CHILD & ADOLESCENT THERAPY
Class
PSYC 654-01
When / Where
TU 09:00 AM-12:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31640
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
(PSYC 520 with a min grade of B and MA Competency with min score of MET) or (PSYC 519 with a min grade of B and MA Competency with min score of MET)
Description
Didactic foundation to individually oriented child and adolescent psychotherapy. Challenges involved in working with school-age children and adolescents. Emphasis on establishing rapport with children, conducting a developmentally appropriate interview, and learning a range of evidence based treatment techniques.
Notes
MA students must have achieved competency. OPEN TO BOTH PSYD and MA CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS. Course will not meet in person this summer. This class will be delivered via ZOOM at time listed, Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m. -12:45 p.m. Also a portion of class will be online through Blackboard. Details for dialing in via ZOOM will be shared by the instructor closer to the start of classes. For details about the ZOOM format, please review information at the link, scroll to the ZOOM section. https://blogs.roosevelt.edu/coronavirus/student-remote-participation-guide/
Title
THESIS COMPLETION
Class
PSYC 690Y-P35
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31995
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
1 / 10
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continuation of the MA thesis beyond Psyc 690 A and Psyc 690 B work that extends beyond one semester. Prereq: MA Competency
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00
**CLOSED**
Title
PRACTICUM COMPLETION
Class
PSYC 699Y-P50
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31840
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
5 / 5
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continuation of the MA I/O practicum beyond the initial semester of registration.
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00
Title
PRACTICUM COMPLETION
Class
PSYC 699Y-P52
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31833
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
0 / 5
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continuation of the MA I/O practicum beyond the initial semester of registration.
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00
Title
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Class
PSYC 720-10
When / Where
TH 01:00 PM-04:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31422
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
2 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Introduction to behavioral neurology and principles of brain-behavior relationships; comprehensive neuropsychological empirical screening battery and introduction to the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery and computer-based adaptive assessment instruments. Laboratory course; materials fee.
Notes
Psy.D. Only Lab/Course Fee $20.00 This class will be delivered via ZOOM at the time listed, Thursdays, 1-4:45 p.m.
Title
DOCTORAL PROJECT SEM. CONT.
Class
PSYC 789Y-10
When / Where
W 04:00 PM-05:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31644
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
DOCTORAL PROJECT CONTINUATION
Class
PSYC 790Y-P52
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31841
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
0 / 5
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00
Title
CLINICAL INTERNSHIP COMPLETION
Class
PSYC 799Y-P47
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31801
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
15 / 20
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Continuation of the clinical internship beyond the initial semester of registration.
Notes
IP-practic,thesis,dissertation $100.00

REAL ESTATE

Title
PROJECT & CONSTRUCTION MGMT
Class
REES 461-10
When / Where
M 06:00 PM-09:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31772
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This class focuses on project management for the design and construction of buildings; for students with little to no experience in construction.
Notes
Course includes construction site visits, some of which may begin before typical class time so students needs to have some flexibility.
Title
PROFESSIONAL REES INTERNSHIP
Class
REES 492-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31356
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised learning experience at a business or non-profit site by arrangement with the internship coordinator and program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
None

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Title
MTDS TEACH MATH TO ADOLESCENTS
Class
SEED 423-D15
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31963
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Mathematics curriculum and instruction, standards, and assessment. Based on National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards for the design of student-centered programs, including courses, units, activities, and learning experiences. Focus on grades 6-12.
Notes
Course will be delivered off-campus, face-to-face, at the LRC at Winston Campus Junior High School in School District 15. Open only to SD 15 approved teachers.

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Title
PROFESSIONAL SENT INTERNSHIP
Class
SENT 398-09
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31357
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-29
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.
Title
PROFESSIONAL SENT INTERNSHIP
Class
SENT 398-29
When / Where
TBA / TBA
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31379
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
6 / 12
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
ACCT 398-09 and ACCT 398-29 and BADM 398-09 and BADM 398-29 and FIN 398-29 and HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MKTG 398-09 and MKTG 398-29 and SENT 398-09
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
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

SOCIOLOGY

Title
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
SOC 291-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31425
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
ECON 234-98 and MATH 217-98A
Prerequisites
MATH 116 with a min grade of C- or MATH 121 with a min grade of C- or MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or Compass-Algebra with min score of 45
Description
Elementary probability and probability distributions, random variables, expectation, and variance; binomial and normal probability distributions. Applications to estimation, confidence intervals, statistical testing of hypotheses, two-sample techniques. Correlation and least squares.
Notes
Math courses higher than 121 satisfy the prerequisite.
Title
PUBLIC HOUSING/ PUBLIC POLICY
Class
SOC 381-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
CRN
31872
Session 8B Dates:
06/07 to 07/30
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Online and Student Research and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
HIST 386-98 and POS 390-98
Prerequisites
SOC 101 with a min grade of C- and 3 Credit Hours of Sociology
Description
Topics vary by semester and faculty's expertise.
Notes
3 sh in Sociology or consent of instructor.

SPECIAL EDUCATION

**CLOSED**
Title
EXCEPT CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 219-17
When / Where
SA 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31731
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
28 / 25
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
SPED 419-17
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC
Class
SPED 340-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31958
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 440-98
Prerequisites
SPED 301 with a min grade of B- and SPED 303 with a min grade of B-
Description
Test selection, classification, and placement decisions. Use of various techniques for evaluation of the progress of individuals in special education at all levels. Laboratory experience in administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting test results.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 342-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31813
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
30 / 27
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 442-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Curriculum, major objectives of instruction, and specific methods and materials for teaching students with cognitive disabilities. Preparation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and transition planning; evaluation techniques; recent research.
Notes
CPS Cohort Only
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH PERCEP DIS
Class
SPED 346-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31814
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Perception deficits and their impact on the learning process. Autism, traumatic brain injury, and specific learning disabilities. Emphasis on inclusion and the adaptation and modification of curriculum; current research.
Notes
None
Title
TECH FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
Class
SPED 350-10
When / Where
TU TH 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31768
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
2.0/3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The use of instructional and assistive technology as they relate to teaching, learning, and successful integration of people with disabilities. Exploration of hardware and software developed specifically for people with disabilities, as well as hardware and software that can be adapted for use with people with disabilities.
Notes
CPS Cohort Only Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
**CLOSED**
Title
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 419-17
When / Where
SA 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31403
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
28 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
SPED 219-17
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality. Fulfills requirements of Illinois House Bill 150. Exceptional characteristics of mentally, physically, or emotionally disabled chidren; the special instructional programs, practices, and facilities that help them realize their potential more fully.
Notes
None
Title
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC
Class
SPED 440-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31678
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 340-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Test selection, classification, and placement decisions. Use of various techniques for evaluation of the progress of individuals in special education at all levels. Laboratory experience in administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting test results.
Notes
None
Title
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC
Class
SPED 440-X2
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31493
Session X2 Dates:
06/14 to 06/18
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Test selection, classification, and placement decisions. Use of various techniques for evaluation of the progress of individuals in special education at all levels. Laboratory experience in administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting test results.
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 442-24
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31492
Session X1 Dates:
06/28 to 07/02
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Curriculum, major objectives of instruction, and specific methods and materials for teaching students with cognitive disabilities. Preparation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and transition planning; evaluation techniques; recent research.
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
**CLOSED**
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 442-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31679
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
30 / 27
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 342-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Curriculum, major objectives of instruction, and specific methods and materials for teaching students with cognitive disabilities. Preparation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and transition planning; evaluation techniques; recent research.
Notes
None
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH PERCEP DIS
Class
SPED 446-20
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31626
Session X3 Dates:
06/21 to 06/25
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
6 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Perception deficits and their impact on the learning process. Autism, traumatic brain injury, and specific learning disabilities. Emphasis on inclusion and the adaptation and modification of curriculum; current research.
Notes
Course will be conducted via Zoom during published class meeting days and times.
**CLOSED**
Title
TECH FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
Class
SPED 450-80
When / Where
TU TH 05:00 PM-08:45 PM / AUD
Instructor
CRN
32010
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
1 / 1
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The use of instructional and assistive technology as they relate to teaching, learning, and successful integration of people with disabilities. Exploration of hardware and software developed specifically for people with disabilities, as well as hardware and software that can be adapted for use with people with disabilities.
Notes
None
Title
INQUIRY IN THE CLASSROOM
Class
SPED 480-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31385
Session 10 Dates:
06/01 to 08/09
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
EDUC 480-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Knowledge and practical experience in teacher research. Students extend reflective practice to conducting and writing research about their own teaching for the purpose of improving classroom practice.
Notes
Student teaching or concurrent enroll. ICTS Basic skills test with min score pass required. Requires access to classroom for field-based research.

SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES

Title
HUMANS AND NATURE
Class
SUST 101-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31950
Session C Dates:
06/01 to 07/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Ideas Course and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
This seminar explores the complex and ever-changing relationship humans have forged with the natural world, as viewed from the perspective of sustainability: the capacity of the human community to persist and thrive over time without degrading or exhausting its natural resources, and to do so justly and equitably. Class activities will consist of discussion, student presentations, critical/interpretive writing, and a museum visit and/or urban nature field expedition.
Notes
None
Title
URBAN ECOLOGY
Class
SUST 361-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31685
Session D Dates:
07/12 to 08/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
This field-based course provides training in the research tools of the social and ecological sciences using the city of Chicago as its laboratory. Students will learn how to monitor air, water, and/or soil quality; survey biodiversity; and assess green infrastructure within the built environment while exploring ecologically and culturally significant sites around Chicago. Combines in-class discussions with field work and prepares students in the rapidly growing field of Urban Ecology.
Notes
For the summer 2021 this course will be fully online. “More information is available from the instructor, Professor Graham Pickren (gpickren@roosevelt.edu), as well as in this course preview on the SUST blog.

THEATRE CONSERVATORY

Title
SPECIAL PROB THEATRICAL PROD I
Class
THAR 400-01
When / Where
M W 09:15 AM-11:45 AM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31481
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
30 / 32
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face and Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Study in lighting, props, and makeup design for the stage. Focus on analysis, practical application, innovative techniques & materials, new technology & approaches.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
PROBLEMS IN THEATRICAL PROD II
Class
THAR 401-01
When / Where
M TU W 09:15 AM-11:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31547
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
0 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Study in set, sound, and costume design for the stage. Focus on analysis, practical application, theatre safety, and innovative techniques and materials.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
DRAMATURY & PRODUCTION PREP
Class
THAR 402-01
When / Where
TH 10:00 AM-04:00 PM / AUD
M TU 03:45 PM-05:45 PM / AUD
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31583
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
0 / 27
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Script selection and analysis, dramatic theory, dramaturgy, and other pre-rehearsal consideration of the text.
Notes
THAR or MUST majors only
Title
STAGE MOVEMENT AND COMBAT
Class
THAR 406-01
When / Where
M TU W 12:45 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31548
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Intensive physical work that takes you through a series of movement methodologies and specific stage combat techniques which can be used in the classroom and rehearsals.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
VOICE AND BODY TRAINING
Class
THAR 407-01
When / Where
M TU W 09:15 AM-11:45 AM / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31584
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 27
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
An intensive study of exercises, approaches and methodologies to develop the actor's body and voice. Special attention will be given to individual movement and voice problems that can be applied to the classroom and rehearsals.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
PERIOD STYLES
Class
THAR 408-01
When / Where
M TU W 12:45 PM-03:15 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31482
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 32
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face and Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Focuses on what you need to know to direct a period play: the manners, clothes, dances, protocol, ceremony and costumes. The emphasis is on actor training, research and interpretation.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
STAGE DIRECT:LIT ADAPTATION
Class
THAR 411-01
When / Where
TH 09:00 AM-04:00 PM / ZOOM
M TU 03:45 PM-06:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31549
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 30
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Units on various approaches to developing your own material for productions: adapting from prose, poetry, and non-fiction; developing performance pieces; stimulating and shaping student writings.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY.
Title
STAGE DIRECTING I
Class
THAR 448-01
When / Where
M TU W 12:45 PM-03:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31585
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 27
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Remote
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Three weeks focuses on directing musical theatre: special approaches for the director; what you should know about choreography; approaching songs as text and working with the musical director. Three weeks focuses on directing techniques for contemporary plays: understanding the style of the piece; developing movement that supports the tensions; coaching the actor; rehearsal technique.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY
Title
STAGE DIRECTING II
Class
THAR 449-01
When / Where
M TU W 03:45 PM-05:45 PM / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31483
Session P Dates:
06/28 to 08/06
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
30 / 32
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Face to Face and Humanities
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Three weeks of methods of preparation and directing Shakespeare. Three weeks of directing Moliere, Restoration, and Victorian plays.
Notes
FAST TRACK SUMMER STUDENTS ONLY

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

Title
INTRO TO TRAINING & DEVELOPMNT
Class
TRDV 400-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31515
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Explore roles, responsibilities, and careers in training and development. Learn key theories, models, and terminology along with instructional design basics. Evaluate real-world learning projects against evidence-based best practices.
Notes
None
Title
CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Class
TRDV 433-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31793
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Apply principles of change management to shift individuals, groups, and organizations from their current state to desired state. Focus on the application of appropriate models to plan, implement, and evaluate change. Select and design appropriate interventions at the individual, team, and organization level. Students will develop a comprehensive change initiative including assessment, strategy, cultural integration, and evaluation.
Notes
None
Title
COACHING FOR TALENT DEV
Class
TRDV 445-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31699
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Develop and practice foundational coaching competencies through role-play, group exercises, and case studies. Critically evaluate and apply theory to create a personal coaching model to inform your coaching practice. Evaluate key assessment instruments and talent management analytics to align employee development initiatives with organizational goals.
Notes
None

WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES

Title
GENDER JUSTICE
Class
WGS 110-98
When / Where
Online Course / TBA
Instructor
CRN
31508
Session 8A Dates:
06/01 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Online and Social Sciences and Women's & Gender Studies
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Keywords and key concepts in feminist thought and gender studies. Examination of feminism(s), sexual politics of women’s rights, and cultural dynamics of gender at intersections of race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, and ability.
Notes
Formerly taught as WGS 110: Introduction to WGS. Students who took this course as WGS: 110 Introduction to WGS may not take WGS 110: Gender Justice. Keywords and key concepts in feminist thought and gender studies. Examination of feminism(s), sexual politics of women’s rights, and cultural dynamics of gender at intersections of race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, and ability.

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