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BIOLOGY

Title
TOP: BIOLOGY & ETHICS IN FILM
Class
BIOL 383-20
When / Where
TU TH 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
32156
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Natural Science and Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 483-20
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
None
Title
RESEARCH METHODS
Class
BIOL 468-24
When / Where
TU TH 01:00 PM-05:00 PM / SCH 611
Instructor
CRN
31587
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will cover the theory and practical application of various techniques used to analyze biological data including hands-on practice with equipment used in modern life science laboratories. Topics covered include pre-experiment planning, preparative methods, analytical methods, statistical evaluation of data and communication of results. Credit may be used in fulfillment of the research requirement for the MS degree.
Notes
Graduate status and completion of one semester of graduate work at Roosevelt University. Lab/Course Fee $200.00
Title
TOP: BIOLOGY & ETHICS IN FILM
Class
BIOL 483-20
When / Where
TU TH 06:00 PM-09:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
32157
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
BIOL 383-20
Prerequisites
None
Description
Discussion and critical review of contemporary issues in biology and biomedical sciences based on student and instructor interests. Discussions are intended to foster thought and exploration of solutions to problems in health care, biological research, and approaches to combat health disparities.
Notes
None

CHEMISTRY

Title
ORG CHEMISTRY I - LECT
Class
CHEM 211-20A
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-12:15 PM / SCH 614
Instructor
CRN
31588
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
14 / 24
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
CHEM 211-01A
Prerequisites
CHEM 201 with a min grade of C- and CHEM 202 with a min grade of C-
Description
This represents the first part of a two-semester sequence. Laboratory experiments represent an integral part of this course. Students will learn basic concepts of organic chemistry: nomenclature, structures (including stereochemistry) and reactions of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution and elimination, etc) and alcohols. Students will understand electron delocalization, organic acid and bases, and be able to perform basic laboratory procedures: synthesis, purification, and identification of organic compounds.
Notes
Must register for CHEM 211-20B. Videoconferenced
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY I - DISC/LAB
Class
CHEM 211-20B
When / Where
F 10:00 AM-04:00 PM / SCH 552
Instructor
CRN
31589
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
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 II - LECT/ DISC
Class
CHEM 212-20A
When / Where
M TU W TH 10:00 AM-12:15 PM / SCH 614
Instructor
CRN
31590
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 48
Attributes
Face to Face and Natural Science
Cross-listed With
CHEM 212-01A
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
Videoconference Must register for CHEM 212 lab section.
Title
ORG CHEMISTRY II - DISC/LAB
Class
CHEM 212-20B
When / Where
F 10:00 AM-04:00 PM / SCH 552
Instructor
CRN
31591
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
2
Enrolled
6 / 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

DUAL LANG TEACHER LEADERSHIP

Title
FND BILINGUAL & DUAL LANG EDUC
Class
DLTL 410-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 615
Instructor
CRN
31581
Session X2 Dates:
06/10 to 06/14
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 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 ORIENTATION via Zoom on April 27, 2024 at 9am. https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/97697387421. Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
ACAD LANG DEV ACROSS CONT AREA
Class
DLTL 443-25S
When / Where
TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 615
Instructor
CRN
31582
Session X7 Dates:
06/17 to 06/21
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 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
There is no class on 6/19 due to Juneteenth observation. Class will meet on 6/22 via Zoom. REQUIRED ORIENTATION April 27, 2024 at 9AM. https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/97697387421 Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
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 615
Instructor
CRN
31586
Session X1 Dates:
06/24 to 06/28
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 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 ORIENTATION April 27, 2024 at 9am https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/97697387421 Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
SUP EVAL & PROF DEV OF BIL EDU
Class
DLTL 467-24S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 312
Instructor
CRN
31669
Session X7 Dates:
06/17 to 06/21
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
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
Depending on the site, there may be no class on 6/19 due to Juneteenth observation. If this is the case, class will meet on 6/22 via Zoom. April 27, 2024 at 11am https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/96635680466 Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
TCHR LDR PRACTICUM:METH & MAT
Class
DLTL 470-20S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 312
CRN
31668
Session X2 Dates:
06/10 to 06/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
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 ORIENTATION April 27, 2024. at 11am https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/96635680466 Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.
Title
INTERN: ADV FOR DUAL LANG EDU
Class
DLTL 480-20S
When / Where
M TU W TH F 08:30 AM-04:30 PM / SCH 312
Instructor
CRN
31670
Session X1 Dates:
06/24 to 06/28
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Face to Face
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 ORIENTATION April 27, 2024 at 11amhttps://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/96635680466 Required readings and assignments due prior to the first day of class. Schaumburg Cohort.

FINANCE

Title
PROFESSIONAL FIN INTERNSHIP
Class
FIN 398-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31366
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
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 HRM 398-09 and HRM 398-29 and HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

Title
MNG TRISM FESTS, EVENTS & MORE
Class
HOSM 321-20
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
32083
Session X4 Dates:
07/08 to 07/12
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 321-96
Prerequisites
HOSM 201 with a min grade of C
Description
An introductory course in tourism administration using the city of Chicago as the laboratory describing how government agencies and non-governmental agencies work with the private sector to produce a spectrum of tourism destination events that bring tourists to hotels, restaurants and retail establishments; utilizing public and private transportation and other amenities. Facts and figures, organizations, sustainability concerns and operations that comprise tourism administration are studied. Prerequisites: None
Notes
This course is an option for the Tourism Administration concentration; At least 12 semester hours of HOSM courses must be completed before enrolling in this course. A minimum grade of C is required
Title
MNG TRISM FESTS, EVENTS & MORE
Class
HOSM 321-96
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
32084
Session X6 Dates:
07/22 to 07/26
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 321-20
Prerequisites
HOSM 201 with a min grade of C
Description
An introductory course in tourism administration using the city of Chicago as the laboratory describing how government agencies and non-governmental agencies work with the private sector to produce a spectrum of tourism destination events that bring tourists to hotels, restaurants and retail establishments; utilizing public and private transportation and other amenities. Facts and figures, organizations, sustainability concerns and operations that comprise tourism administration are studied. Prerequisites: None
Notes
This course is an option for the Tourism Administration concentration; At least 12 semester hours of HOSM courses must be completed before enrolling in this course. A minimum grade of C is required
Title
TOP:ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HOSP
Class
HOSM 393-X1
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31806
Session X1 Dates:
06/24 to 06/28
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 35
Wait List
0 / 70
Attributes
Remote
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.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Title
PROFESSIONAL HRM INTERNSHIP
Class
HRM 398-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31368
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
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 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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
Instructor
CRN
31369
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Title
PROFESSIONAL INFS INTERNSHIP
Class
INFS 398-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31370
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
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 HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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 492-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31371
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

Title
ASSESSMENT AND DATA ANALYSIS
Class
ILED 401-20
When / Where
M TU W TH F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM / SCH 612
Instructor
CRN
32051
Session X1 Dates:
06/24 to 06/28
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 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
None

LANGUAGE & LITERACY

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:
07/15 to 07/19
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 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 12:00 AM-12:01 AM / SCH 524
Instructor
CRN
31394
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
6.0
Enrolled
8 / 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 11th 8:00 - 2:00 Mon-Thu r Orientation for graduate students May 30th 4:30pm to 6pm. Family Open House, June 6th 4:30pm to 6pm.

MANAGEMENT

Title
PROFESSIONAL MGMT INTERNSHIP
Class
MGMT 399-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31373
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
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 HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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 492-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31375
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
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 HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 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 graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment, consent is required by the instructor.

MARKETING

Title
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 398-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31376
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
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 HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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
PROFESSIONAL MKTG INTERNSHIP
Class
MKTG 492-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31377
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Academic Internship and Transformational Service Learn
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
A supervised professional learning experience at a business or non-profit site. Must be arranged with internship coordinator and/or program director. Maximum of 3 credit hours can be applied to graduate business program.
Notes
Internship requirements vary by assignment; consent is required by the instructor.

PSYCHOLOGY

Title
BIO BASES OF BEHAV FOR COUNS
Class
PSYC 570-24
When / Where
W 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / SCH 371
Instructor
CRN
31864
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Face to Face
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
GROUP COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 649-24
When / Where
TU 05:30 PM-09:15 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31650
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 20
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
Cross-listed With
PSYC 649-10
Prerequisites
PSYC 519 with a min grade of B
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
PSYC 519 is required with a B grade or better. Also, PSYC 505 is required. No more than two C grades allowed in the MA program. 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/

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Title
PROFESSIONAL SENT INTERNSHIP
Class
SENT 398-29
When / Where
TBA
Instructor
CRN
31379
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0-3.0
Enrolled
1 / 20
Wait List
0 / 40
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 HRM 492-09 and INFS 398-09 and INFS 398-29 and MGMT 399-09 and MGMT 399-29 and MGMT 492-09 and MGMT 492-29 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.

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