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ACCOUNTING

Title
ACCOUNTING FOR EXECUTIVES
Class
ACCT 405-98B
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31733
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Functions of the modern executive including the duties, expectations, and responsibilities. Topics from both financial and managerial accounting. Course materials are case oriented.
Notes
PharmD students only
Title
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
ACCT 450-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31434
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 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.

AFRICAN&AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES

Title
PSYC STUDY OF RACISM
Class
AFS 211-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32075
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Ideas Course and Non-Western Culture and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
PSYC 211-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with the field of psychology's study of racism and prejudice; and engage the student an experiential investigation of racism and prejudice via group discussions, viewing of films on the topics, and additional readings as assigned
Notes
Sophomore standing.

ARTS MANAGEMENT

Title
EDUCATION & COMM ENGAGEMENT
Class
ARTM 485-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31899
Session 2F Dates:
07/22 to 08/04
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 20
Wait List
0 / 5
Attributes
Online
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.

BIOLOGY

Title
THE NATURE OF SCIENCE
Class
BIOL 113-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31439
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Natural Science and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
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-LECT
Class
BIOL 301-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31437
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3
Enrolled
7 / 24
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Natural Science and Online 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
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
Class
BIOL 336-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32133
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Natural Science and Online
Cross-listed With
PSYC 336-98
Prerequisites
BIOL 123 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 124 with a min grade of C- or BIOL 201 with a min grade of C-
Description
Complex behaviors are possible because of the brain. Our goal is to understand this complex organ and how it functions to allow for human behavior. Fundamental neural systems (such as sleep and motivation), higher cortical functioning (such as language and attention), and brain plasticity will be covered.
Notes
None
Title
GENOMICS & APPLIED BIOINFO
Class
BIOL 363-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32026
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 16
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
BIOL 463-98
Prerequisites
BIOL 301 with a min grade of C-
Description
The advent of high throughput techniques in biology and chemistry requires a data mining approach to discover new knowledge form these large data sets. Data mining techniques allow an investigator to understand the collection of data and then to classify and/or make predictions form the data. It is a combination of statistical, informatic and other analytical techniques. This course is designed to be an introduction to data mining techniques for biologists. Examples will be drawn from genomic, proteomic and epidemiologic data sets.
Notes
None
Title
GENOMICS & APPLIED BIOINFO
Class
BIOL 463-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31523
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 16
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
BIOL 363-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
The advent of high throughput techniques in biology and chemistry requires a data mining approach to discover new knowledge form these large data sets. Data mining techniques allow an investigator to understand the collection of data and then to classify and/or make predictions form the data. It is a combination of statistical, informatic and other analytical techniques. This course is designed to be an introduction to data mining techniques for biologists. Examples will be drawn from genomic, proteomic and epidemiologic data sets.
Notes
BIOL 301 or equivalent with a min grade of C-. Online
Title
TOP: ONE HEALTH
Class
BIOL 483-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31701
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 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 COMMUNICATIONS

Title
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Class
BCOM 301-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31340
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Legal Studies and Online
Cross-listed With
OLED 320-96 and OLED 320-98
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

COMPUTER SCI & INFO TECHNOLOGY

**CLOSED**
Title
NETWORK APPLICATIONS PROGRAM
Class
CST 365-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31529
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 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 PROGRAM
Class
CST 365-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32189
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CST 465-98A
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
**WAITLISTED**
Title
BIG DATA
Class
CST 406-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32181
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 25
Wait List
1 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Coverage of approaches and methods for very large-scale data collections (Big Data). Also covers the place of Big Data in society and in business including economic, social, ethical and cultural implications. Students will learn to use map-reduce workflows and Big Data tools such as the Hadoop ecosphere.
Notes
Prerequisites: CST 250 or CST 365 or consent.
Title
BIG DATA
Class
CST 406-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32212
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Coverage of approaches and methods for very large-scale data collections (Big Data). Also covers the place of Big Data in society and in business including economic, social, ethical and cultural implications. Students will learn to use map-reduce workflows and Big Data tools such as the Hadoop ecosphere.
Notes
Prerequisites: CST 250 or CST 365 or consent.
**CLOSED**
Title
NETWORK APPLICATIONS DEVL
Class
CST 465-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31530
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 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-.
Title
NETWORK APPLICATIONS DEVL
Class
CST 465-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32191
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
CST 365-98A
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-.

DUAL LANGUAGE EDUCATION

**CLOSED**
Title
LINGUISTICS FOR ESL TEACHERS
Class
DLED 358-98
When / Where
Online Course
CRN
32046
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
DLED 458-98
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 and 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
**CLOSED**
Title
LINGUISTICS FOR ESL TEACHERS
Class
DLED 458-98
When / Where
Online Course
CRN
31892
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
DLED 358-98
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

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Title
CHILD, FAM, COMM & ECE PHIL
Class
ECHD 210-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31769
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ECHD 410-98
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
Early childhood educational goals and practices will be examined through historical, theoretical, and philosophical perspectives. Family, schools, and community involvement in educational programs will be studied; impact on child and family development and a child’s academic development will be discussed and family engagement plans that are partnered with families, community, and practitioners will be developed.
Notes
None
Title
CHILD, FAM, COMM, & ECE PHIL
Class
ECHD 410-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32048
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
14 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ECHD 210-98
Prerequisites
ECHD 405 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 428 with a min grade of C- and ECHD 441 with a min grade of C-
Description
Early childhood educational goals and practices will be examined through historical, theoretical, and philosophical perspectives. Family, schools, and community involvement in educational programs will be studied; impact on child and family development and a child’s academic development will be discussed and family engagement plans that are partnered with families, community, and practitioners will be developed.
Notes
None

ECONOMICS

Title
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
ECON 234-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31558
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 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
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR MGRS
Class
ECON 436-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31364
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
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

**WAITLISTED**
Title
CHILD & ADOL. DEV. LEARN. MOT.
Class
EDUC 202-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31716
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 25
Wait List
3 / 50
Attributes
Online
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
INTERGR, HLTH, ARTS & PE CURR
Class
EDUC 321-SC2
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32123
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
EDUC 421-SC2
Prerequisites
None
Description
Special topics and comprehensive understanding of essential content in health education and physical education. Strategies for meaningfully integrating the visual arts, drama, music, dance, play, health education, and physical education across the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to enrich the learning process and socio-emotional outcomes.
Notes
None
**WAITLISTED**
Title
CHILD & ADOL. DEV. LEARN. MOT.
Class
EDUC 402-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31763
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
31 / 25
Wait List
3 / 50
Attributes
Online
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
INTERGR, HLTH, ARTS, & PE CURR
Class
EDUC 421-SC2
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32002
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
EDUC 321-SC2
Prerequisites
None
Description
Special topics and comprehensive understanding of essential content in health education and physical education. Strategies for meaningfully integrating the visual arts, drama, music, dance, play, health education, and physical education across the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to enrich the learning process and socio-emotional outcomes.
Notes
South Cook Teacher Residency Program. Metropolitan Chicago Tutor-Teacher Residency Program. Meets June 30-July 10.

ENGLISH

**CLOSED**
Title
COMPII:INTRO ACADEMIC RESEARCH
Class
ENG 102-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31517
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
17 / 17
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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

HEALTH

Title
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH
Class
AHS 340-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32183
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will examine Health and Wellness information we encounter in everyday life by informing students on the science behind Health and Wellness as it relates to topics such as achieving wellness, eating/exercising toward a healthy lifestyle, building healthy relationships, understanding and preventing disease, explaining drug use and abuse, making health choices, and overcoming obstacles. Students are provided with the tools needed to make science-based informed health decisions that promote lifelong wellness for personal gain and for clients.
Notes
None
Title
ADVANCED INTERNSHIP CAPSTONE
Class
AHS 399-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32040
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
2 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
The purpose of this advanced internship capstone is to provide a transition from the University to an exercise, nutrition, health, fitness or sport setting. The student will apply theories in the field and demonstrate the application of acquired competencies from the Exercise, Nutrition, and Health Science program. Internship consists of 120 hours in a corporate, clinical, community, fitness, health or sport setting under guidance and supervision. In addition to the internship, students propose a topic for study and approval under the guidance of the supervising faculty member to create a capstone project research paper in relation to the exercise, nutrition, health science and sport field.
Notes
Junior or Senior standing in the ENHS program. Students must have an approved internship prior to enrollment. The program director provides approval. In addition to the 120 hour internship, students will meet with the faculty member each week in-person or remotely to review progress on the research paper. Students will also complete a final presentation of their research paper and two assessment exams.

HEALTH CARE

Title
GLOBAL HEALTH
Class
HCA 300-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31918
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
24 / 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
Title
ETHICAL &LEGAL
Class
HCA 353-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32016
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course will look at the ethical and legal issues that affect medical practitioners in a variety of professional settings. This course will provide a foundation for handling everyday challenges in the medical environment. Topic areas will include: credentialing, professional liability, medical malpractice, and end-of-life issues.
Notes
None

HEALTH SCIENCE ADMINISTRATION

Title
PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES AND IDEAS
Class
HSAD 250-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32027
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
2 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Online
Cross-listed With
POS 250C-98
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course provides students with an understanding of concepts and tools for measuring health in populations. In addition they will be able to comprehend and characterizes the relationship of the public health system with medical care and other elements of the overall health system and identify the government’s unique contributions through federal, state, and local public health agencies. Public health broadly involves an array of biological, environmental, social, cultural, behavior, and service utilization factors that are all associated with health. Underlying this is an understanding that the success or failure of the collective actions and decisions thus we are all accountable to each other in order to produce the best results. To that end the class, through case studies, will also focus on ways in which positive changes can be made in order to improve these systems and individuals within them in order to move them towards improved quality and quantity of health for all
Notes
None

HEALTHCARE ETHICS & ANALYTICS

Title
HEALTH CARE ANALYTICS
Class
HEAL 470-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32038
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 16
Wait List
0 / 32
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This introductory level course provides foundational skills and knowledge in health care data analytics that will equip students to contribute more effectively to local data analytics and performance improvement efforts. This course explores the use of Excel as a tool to assist investigators in understanding the unique and rich sets of data found in healthcare that produce "leads and clues" to healthcare fraud. The course covers key skills in Excel such as pivot tables, filters and descriptive statistics. The course also covers basic statistical concepts such as the Central Limit Theorem and z-test and z-scores so that investigators have an appreciation of how these statistical methodologies can uncover fraud. Data visualization using charts and 3D Maps help bring investigations to life using simple instructions.
Notes
HEAL Certificate Course

HISTORY

Title
THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1865
Class
HIST 107-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32071
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course examines the construction of modern America and an American identity from the age of Reconstruction and the second industrial revolution to the present. It emphasizes the maturation of political, economic, social and religious institutions and their role in the transformation of everyday life. The course also introduces students to the analysis of historical documents.
Notes
None
Title
SPORTS HISTORY
Class
HIST 222-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31999
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C- or concurrent
Description
History of sports, broadly defined, and their impact on culture and society.The social justice implications of specific sporting events, athletic figures, and their cultural contexts may be explored.
Notes
This course will investigate the history and culture of sports, particularly in the United States. Students will examine the impact sports have had on culture and society throughout history. The course focuses upon the place of class, race, gender and nation in our understanding of sports. The social justice implications of specific sporting events, athletic figures and their cultural contexts will also be explored.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

Title
HOSM SENIOR PROJECT
Class
HOSM 399-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31745
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 14
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
HOSM 399-96
Prerequisites
HOSM 290 with a min grade of C
Description
This is the capstone course for the BSHTM degree program. In consultation with the instructor, the student conducts an independent research project on a topic of interest to the student and related to the hospitality and tourism industries. Initial work on the project is completed under the HOSM 290 pre-requisite course.
Notes
This is the capstone course for the BSHTM degree. A minimum grade of C is required to pass the course.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Title
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
INFS 330-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31540
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 40
Attributes
Online
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
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Class
INFS 401-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31538
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Online
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
DATABASE SYSTEMS
Class
INFS 412-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32136
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
INFS 401 with a min grade of C-
Description
Logical database organization, analysis, and design. Alternatives for database organization in business environment. Database management with emphasis on security and responsibilities of database administrator. Survey of major database management software.
Notes
None
Title
DATA ANALYTICS & MANAGEMENT
Class
INFS 413-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32137
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
INFS 401 with a min grade of C-
Description
Organizations today are inundated with data, gathered from both inside and outside the organization. To improve business decisions, analytics for big data-at-rest and big data-in-motion must be explored. This course introduces the concept of business analytical methods, models and in particular the analysis of big data, that is, data sets so large that traditional relational database management systems and computing platforms are insufficient. Hadoop architecture with MapReduce and its ecosystems will be discussed. Students will have a chance to work with big data analytic tools from IBM and Microsoft.
Notes
No addiitonal credit granted for "BIG DATA ANALYTICS"
Title
ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Class
INFS 421-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31472
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
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

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

Title
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT & BUDGET
Class
ILED 451-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31888
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 35
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
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 IS FOR THE SCH COHORT and DLTL Principal Pathway students.
Title
LEGAL ISSUES PRE-K TO 12 EDUC
Class
ILED 453-98A
When / Where
M 04:30 PM-07:30 PM / ZOOM
Instructor
CRN
31887
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 35
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Remote
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
THIS IS FOR THE SCH COHORT and DLTL Principal Pathway students.

MANAGEMENT

Title
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Class
MGMT 300-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31484
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
ACCT 211 with a min grade of C- or concurrent and MATH 110 with a min grade of C- or concurrent and (MATH 217 with a min grade of C- or concurrent or ECON 234 with a min grade of C- or concurrent or PSYC 200 with a min grade of C- or concurrent)
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
BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY
Class
MGMT 380-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31348
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
3 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Applied Project and Capstone and Experiential Learning and Remote
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. A course simulation, E-textbook, and associated materials are required and can only be purchased online at approximately $100 plus tax if applicable.
Title
STATISTICS FOR BUS DECISIONS
Class
MGMT 403-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31365
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
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 407-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31543
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
5 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
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
Hybrid
Title
PEOPLE MGMT & ORG BEHAVIOR
Class
MGMT 423-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32003
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 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 For PharmD Students.
Title
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE & DEVEL
Class
MGMT 470-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32140
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
ORGD 435-98
Prerequisites
MGMT 423 with a min grade of C-
Description
Key theories and practices in organization development that lead to improved organization effectiveness are Key theories and practices in organization development that lead to improved organization effectiveness are explored. Principles of organization structure, assessment practices, interventions, employee involvement, work design, and organization transformation are central in this course.
Notes
None
Title
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Class
MGMT 489-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31351
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
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

MARKETING

Title
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Class
MKTG 302-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31353
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 40
Wait List
0 / 80
Attributes
Online
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
INT'L MKTG STRATEGIES
Class
MKTG 362-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31943
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
2 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
MKTG 302 with a min grade of C-
Description
Strategies for dealing with various foreign markets. Social and cultural differences as elements in marketing products effectively abroad. Marketing in age of free trade imperatives.
Notes
None
Title
MKTG STRAT: THEORY & PRACTICE
Class
MKTG 406-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31545
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
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
None
Title
MKTG STRAT: THEORY & PRACTICE
Class
MKTG 406-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31719
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
13 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
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".

MATHEMATICS

Title
QUANTITATIVE LITERACY
Class
MATH 110-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31608
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
MATH 217-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31559
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 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 IN GENERAL STUDIES

Title
LISTENING IN PLACE
Class
MUS 240-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31854
Session X2 Dates:
06/10 to 06/14
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
20 / 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. This course’s excursions can be completed in any location around the globe. Student will be guided to various types of settings in which they will listen and observe listening patterns, but this need not occur in Chicago or any one particular location..

NATURAL SCIENCE

Title
NATURAL SCIENCE LAB
Class
NSCI 102-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31718
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
1.0
Enrolled
15 / 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

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Title
ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT
Class
ORGD 435-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32034
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
MGMT 470-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Key theories and practices in organization development that lead to improved organization effectiveness are explored. Principles of organization structure, assessment practices, interventions, employee involvement, work design, and organization transformation are central in this course.
Notes
None

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Title
INTRO TO ORGANIZATIONAL COMM
Class
OLED 320-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31683
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
12 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
BCOM 301-98 and OLED 320-96
Prerequisites
None
Description
Communication theory in the organizational environment; communication patterns and issues internal to an organization. Topics include communication theory, organizational structure, barriers to communication, gender, and diversity.
Notes
None

PARALEGAL STUDIES

Title
CIVIL LAW
Class
LAWA L03-60
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31486
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 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.

PARALEGAL STUDIES

Title
CIVIL LAW
Class
PARA 303-60
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31487
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 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

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Title
SEVERE AND UNUSUAL WEATHER
Class
PHSC 104-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31514
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 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
DEMOCRACIES IN DECLINE
Class
POS 218-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32147
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Ideas Course and International Studies and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
This course is an interdisciplinary examination of democracies in decline and crisis. Drawing on the work of historians, political scientists, novelists and journalists, we will ask: What causes democratic political systems to deteriorate or collapse? What are the social forces pushing for authoritarian revision of the existing political order? How are ordinary citizens enlisted in the push for change, or into the cause of defending threatened institutions? What are some strategies pursued by defenders of democratic rule to ensure that there continue to be free and fair elections? In this class we will study the decline of Weimar Germany and post-Soviet Russia, as well as gathering threats to American democracy. Students are encouraged to assess events from diverse perspectives and across disciplinary boundaries.
Notes
None
Title
PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES & IDEAS
Class
POS 250C-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32053
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
2 / 50
Attributes
Experiential Learning and Online
Cross-listed With
HSAD 250-98
Prerequisites
ENG 102 with a min grade of C-
Description
This course provides students with an understanding of concepts and tools for measuring health in populations. In addition they will be able to comprehend and characterizes the relationship of the public health system with medical care and other elements of the overall health system and identify the government’s unique contributions through federal, state, and local public health agencies. Public health broadly involves an array of biological, environmental, social, cultural, behavior, and service utilization factors that are all associated with health. Underlying this is an understanding that the success or failure of the collective actions and decisions thus we are all accountable to each other in order to produce the best results. To that end the class, through case studies, will also focus on ways in which positive changes can be made in order to improve these systems and individuals within them in order to move them towards improved quality and quantity of health for all.
Notes
None

PSYCHOLOGY

Title
FORENSIC SCIENCE
Class
PSYC 106-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31863
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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
Instructor
CRN
31525
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
15 / 30
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
Instructor
CRN
31526
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
22 / 30
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
PSYC STUDY OF RACISM
Class
PSYC 211-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32074
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Ideas Course and Non-Western Culture and Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
AFS 211-98
Prerequisites
ENG 101 with a min grade of C-
Description
The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with the field of psychology's study of racism and prejudice; and engage the student an experiential investigation of racism and prejudice via group discussions, viewing of films on the topics, and additional readings as assigned.
Notes
None
Title
THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
Class
PSYC 243-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32134
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
10 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
PSYC 103 with a min grade of C-
Description
Organized nature of personality from psychodynamic, humanistic/existential, behavioral, and cognitive points of view; biological and cultural determinants of personality; overview of personality research.
Notes
None
Title
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
Class
PSYC 336-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32132
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
18 / 30
Wait List
0 / 60
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
BIOL 336-98
Prerequisites
9 Credit Hours of Psychology
Description
Complex behaviors are possible because of the brain. Our goal is to understand this complex organ and how it functions to allow for human behavior. Fundamental neural systems (such as sleep and motivation), higher cortical functioning (such as language and attention), and brain plasticity will be covered.
Notes
3 courses in psychology required;credit only for Brain and Behavior or Biopsychology II.
Title
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCE
Class
PSYC 515-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31604
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 30
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
PROFESSIONAL, LEGAL & ETHICAL
Class
PSYC 605-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31475
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
6 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
PSYC 530 with a min grade of C
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
PSYC 530 is required with a grade of C or better. No more than two C grades allowed in the MA program.
Title
PROFESS,LEGAL & ETHICAL ISSUES
Class
PSYC 635-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32006
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
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. “To ensure effective learning, students will form discussion groups of 5-6 people and meet 20-30 minutes weekly for discussion. Weekly group discussions will occur and be recorded via Zoom. Weekly group discussions will be graded. Contact course instructor with any questions about course format.”
Title
HISTORY & THEORETICAL SYSTEMS
Class
PSYC 638-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32025
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
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. Students will learn about the major traditional historical systems of psychology and non-traditional movements and philosophies within psychology, including critical approaches. Attention to the historical context and systems of power, privilege, and inequality within psychology and the broader societal and international contexts that shaped the development of these psychological movements in the US will be emphasized.
Notes
PSYD Students Only. MA students by permission of instructor.
Title
MENTAL HEALTH PRAC IN SETTINGS
Class
PSYC 640-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31429
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
7 / 30
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
PSYC 519 with a min grade of B
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
PSYC 519 is required with a B grade or better. No more than two C grades allowed in the MA program.
Title
MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING
Class
PSYC 645-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32007
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 30
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
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
No more than two C grades allowed in the MA program.
Title
DOCTORAL PROJECT SEM. CONT.
Class
PSYC 789Y-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31644
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
20 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
None
Notes
None
Title
CLINICAL INTERNSHIP COMPLETION
Class
PSYC 799Y-P47
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31801
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
0.0
Enrolled
9 / 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

SOCIOLOGY

Title
SPORTS AND SOCIETY
Class
SOC 123-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32142
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
8 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online and Social Sciences
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Sociological perspective on the socio-cultural characteristics of sport. Examination of the cultural, historical, economic, political, and structural factors (e.g., race, class, gender) that form salient aspects of today's sport activities at various levels. Focus on the characteristics of sports and how they reflect and impact the social climate of society.
Notes
No additional credit granted for SOC 223
Title
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Class
SOC 291-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31425
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
23 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Online and 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.

SPECIAL EDUCATION

**WAITLISTED**
Title
EXCEPT CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 219-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32167
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
1 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 419-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
EXCEPT CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 219-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31731
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 0
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 419-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
Title
EXCEPT CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 219-98B
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32200
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 419-98B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
Title
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC
Class
SPED 340-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31958
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
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
Data based decision making related to identification, instruction, and supports for students with disabilities. Use of valid and reliable assessment techniques for evaluation of the learning environment and student learning, achievement, and progress across all ages and educational settings. Experience in designing, administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting assessment results for the purposes of designing interventions, instruction and supports. Focus on selecting and interpreting culturally and linguistically appropriate assessments.
Notes
None
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 342-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31813
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
18 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Specialized curriculum, instruction, materials, and assessment for students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Application of research-based instructional and assessment strategies and community supports to individualized educational programming and transitioning. Focus on community-based learning and teaching of independent living and functional skills.
Notes
CPS Cohort Only
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 342-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32180
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 442-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Specialized curriculum, instruction, materials, and assessment for students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Application of research-based instructional and assessment strategies and community supports to individualized educational programming and transitioning. Focus on community-based learning and teaching of independent living and functional skills.
Notes
None
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH PERCEP DIS
Class
SPED 346-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31814
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
18 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with learning disabilities, autism, and traumatic brain injury. Application of research-based practices and strategies to planning of individualized instruction, modifications and accommodations. Focus on access to, and progress through, general education curriculum and assessments.
Notes
CPS Cohort Only
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH PERCEP DIS
Class
SPED 346-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32179
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 446-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with learning disabilities, autism, and traumatic brain injury. Application of research-based practices and strategies to planning of individualized instruction, modifications and accommodations. Focus on access to, and progress through, general education curriculum and assessments.
Notes
None
**WAITLISTED**
Title
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 419-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32168
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
1 / 50
Attributes
None
Cross-listed With
SPED 219-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
**CLOSED**
Title
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 419-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31403
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
25 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 219-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
Title
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & YOUTH
Class
SPED 419-98B
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32201
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 219-98B
Prerequisites
None
Description
Comprehensive overview of all types of exceptionality and characteristics of students with learning, communication, intellectual, emotional, physical, health, and sensory disabilities. The special education law, practices, and programs that support students with disabilities to access and progress through standards-based curriculum and assessments. Focus on linguistic, ethnic/racial, and economic diversity among students with disabilities and their families.
Notes
None
Title
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC
Class
SPED 440-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31629
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
9 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 340-98
Prerequisites
None
Description
Data based decision making related to identification, instruction, and supports for students with disabilities. Use of valid and reliable assessment techniques for evaluation of the learning environment and student learning, achievement, and progress across all ages and educational settings. Experience in designing, administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting assessment results for the purposes of designing interventions, instruction and supports. Focus on selecting and interpreting culturally and linguistically appropriate assessments.
Notes
None
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH COG DIS
Class
SPED 442-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31492
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
22 / 25
Wait List
0 / 45
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 342-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Specialized curriculum, instruction, materials, and assessment for students with intellectual disabilities, autism and multi-needs. Application of research-based instructional and assessment strategies and community supports to individualized educational programming and transitioning. Focus on community-based learning and teaching of independent living and functional skills.
Notes
None
Title
CHAR & METH OF TCH PERCEP DIS
Class
SPED 446-98A
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
32178
Session 10 Dates:
05/28 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
4.0
Enrolled
19 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
SPED 346-98A
Prerequisites
None
Description
Characteristics of students with learning disabilities, autism, and traumatic brain injury. Application of research-based practices and strategies to planning of individualized instruction, modifications and accommodations. Focus on access to, and progress through, general education curriculum and assessments.
Notes
None

SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES

Title
HUMANS AND NATURE
Class
SUST 101-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31950
Session C Dates:
05/28 to 07/01
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
11 / 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

THEATRE CONSERVATORY

Title
INTRO TO THEATRE
Class
THAR 193-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
31720
Session D Dates:
07/02 to 08/05
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
4 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Humanities and Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
None
Description
Through this fully online course, students will explore the process by which theatre is made and gain an understanding of and ability to evaluate the contributions of all the various collaborators in any performance event. With access to Roosevelt's Digital Theatre subscription, students will also view and discuss a number of performances of leading theatre practitioners from around the world. This course fulfills the Humanities General Education Requirement.
Notes
None

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

**CANCELLED**
Title
PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO
Class
TRDV 499-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
STAFF
CRN
32031
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
0 / 25
Wait List
0 / 50
Attributes
Online
Cross-listed With
Not Cross-listed
Prerequisites
TRDV 434 or concurrent and TRDV 470 or concurrent
Description
In this capstone course in the Master of Arts in Training and Development, students apply the methods and techniques learned in their coursework to develop a professional portfolio that demonstrates the value and expertise they have acquired. Additional focus on career planning and preparation to achieve desirable industry certification.
Notes
To be completed in the final semester of study.

WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES

Title
GENDER JUSTICE
Class
WGS 110-98
When / Where
Online Course
Instructor
CRN
31508
Session 8A Dates:
05/28 to 07/22
Credit Hrs.
3.0
Enrolled
16 / 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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