Course schedule Online program (DE) Late Summer Session 2022 (21SUMR2)

From 6/27/2022 to 8/20/2022

All syllabi posted to the course schedule are drafts. All official syllabi are located in the courses. Course schedules are subject to change. Course sections with low enrollments may be cancelled up to the last business day before the start of the session. Students will be moved to another section of the same course if there are openings in those sections.

Type Course Title Credits
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ACCT 278 INTRODUCTORY BUSINESS ANALYTICS 3.00
ACCT 280 ACCOUNTING I (FINANCIAL) 3.00
ACCT 281 ACCOUNTING II (MANAGERIAL) 3.00
ACCT 381 FEDERAL INCOME TAX-INDIVIDUALS 3.00
ACCT 383 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 3.00
ACCT 385 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.00
ACCT 386 MANAGERIAL AND COST ACCOUNTING 3.00
ACCT 485 FUND AND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING 3.00
AFAM 101 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 3.00
AFCS 102 CULTURE AND SOCIETY OF AFRICA II 3.00
AMSL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I 3.00
AMSL 102 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II 3.00
ANTH 112 GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00
ANTH 212 CULTURES IN THE WORLD 3.00
ANTH 270 DIVERSITY AND SOCIETY 3.00
ANTH 327 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3.00
ARTS 105 ART APPRECIATION 3.00
ARTS 111 ART AND IDEAS I 3.00
ARTS 255 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 3.00
ASTR 108 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY 3.00
BIOL 105 ESSENTIALS OF SCIENCE 3.00
BIOL 108 HUMAN BIOLOGY 3.00
BIOL 108L HUMAN BIOLOGY LABORATORY 2.00
BIOL 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 3.00
BIOL 115 INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENC 3.00
BIOL 115L INTRO TO ENVIRON SCIENCE LAB 2.00
BIOL 224 STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES 3.00
BIOL 230 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3.00
BIOL 371 NEUROSCIENCE 3.00
BIOL 372 SENSATION AND PERCEPTION 3.00
CDEV 106 CHILD HEALTH, NUTRITION, AND SAFETY 3.00
CHEM 105 ESSENTIALS OF SCIENCE 3.00
CHEM 108 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY 3.00
CHEM 109 CHEMISTRY FOR BIOLOGICAL OR HEALTH- RELATED SCIENCES 3.00
CISS 170 INTRO TO COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS 3.00
CISS 201 AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 3.00
CISS 202 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES 3.00
CISS 234 VISUAL BASIC 3.00
CISS 238 JAVA PROGRAMMING 3.00
CISS 241 PROGRAMMING I 3.00
CISS 243 PROGRAMMING III 3.00
CISS 298 WEB PROGRAMMING 3.00
CISS 301 OPERATING SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS COMPUTING 3.00
CISS 302 BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING 3.00
CISS 311 ADVANCED AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 3.00
CISS 367 CYBERCRIME 3.00
CISS 391 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY 3.00
CISS 402 ADVANCED DATABASE 3.00
CISS 472 DATA WAREHOUSING, DECISION SUPPORT SYS 3.00
CISS 491 BUSINESS SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 3.00
CJAD 101 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE AD 3.00
CJAD 201 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 3.00
CJAD 301 CRIMINAL LAW 3.00
CJAD 311 POLICE IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY 3.00
CJAD 320 CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00
CJAD 325 JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM AND PROCEDURES 3.00
CJAD 330 MANAGEMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES 3.00
CJAD 345 ETHICS & MORALITY IN CRIM JUST 3.00
CJAD 350 CORRECTIONS AND PENOLOGY 3.00
CJAD 367 CYBERCRIME 3.00
CJAD 405 LAWS OF CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 3.00
CJAD 415 CRIMINAL PROCEDURES 3.00
CJAD 495 INTEGRATIVE SEMINAR 3.00
COLL 107 CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND DECISION MAKING I 1.00
COLL 110 CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND DECISION MAKING II 1.00
COLL 133 FOUNDATIONS: BECOMING AN EDUCATED PERSO N 3.00
COLL 285 ASSOCIATES CAPSTONE 3.00
COMM 110 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH 3.00
COMM 203 UNDERSTANDING HUMAN COMMUNICAT 3.00
COMM 303W INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 3.00
ECON 293 MACROECONOMICS 3.00
ECON 294 MICROECONOMICS 3.00
EDUC 106 CHILD HEALTH, NUTRITION, AND SAFETY 3.00
EDUC 200 LAW,ETHICS, AND EDUCATION 3.00
EDUC 390 EDUCATION & PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCEPTNL CHILD 3.00
EDUC 392 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
EDUC 396 CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 3.00
ENGL 107 PREPARATORY ENGLISH COMPOSITION 3.00
ENGL 133W TOPIC: WHO TELLS YOUR STORY: THE IMPACT OF NARRATIVES IN SOCIETY 3.00
ENGL 133W TOPIC: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE 3.00
ENGL 207W INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING I - MULTIGENRE 3.00
ENGL 210W INTRODUCTION TO FICTION 3.00
ENGL 267W LITERATURE AND ECOLOGICAL BALANCE 3.00
ENGL 350 MAJOR LITERARY FIGURES 3.00
ENVS 105 ESSENTIALS OF SCIENCE 3.00
ENVS 115 INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENC 3.00
ENVS 115L INTRO TO ENVIRON SCIENCE LAB 2.00
ENVS 267W LITERATURE AND ECOLOGICAL BALANCE 3.00
FINC 298 PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 3.00
FINC 350 BUSINESS FINANCE 3.00
FINC 354 INVESTMENTS 3.00
FINC 361 SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE 3.00
FINC 396 CORPORATE FINANCE 3.00
FINC 397 PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE 3.00
FINC 398 REAL ESTATE FINANCE 3.00
FINC 498 COMPREHENSIVE FINANCIAL PLANNING 3.00
FRCS 101 FRENCH CULTURE AND SOCIETY 3.00
GEOG 101 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY 3.00
GEOL 110 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 3.00
HEAL 110 INTRODUCTION TO THE HEALTHCARE PROFESS IONS 3.00
HIST 111 WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 3.00
HIST 112 MAKING THE MODERN WORLD 3.00
HIST 121 AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877 3.00
HIST 122 AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1877 3.00
HIST 330W THE STRUGGLE FOR MODERN EUROPE 3.00
HIST 332W TWO EUROPEAN RENAISSANCES, 1095-1527 3.00
HIST 372W NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY 3.00
HIST 494 SENIOR SEMINAR IN HISTORY 3.00
HUMS 105 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES 3.00
HUMS 300W EXPLORING RESEARCH 3.00
HUMS 305 FOUNDATIONS OF COUNSELING 3.00
HUMS 310 MILITARY CASE WORK 3.00
HUMS 325 CASE MANAGEMENT 3.00
HUMS 330 ETHICS IN THE HUMAN SERVICES PROFESSION 3.00
HUMS 335 WORKING WITH GROUPS 3.00
HUMS 340 WORKING WITH FAMILIES 3.00
HUMS 345 WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES & ORGANIZATION 3.00
HUMS 350 SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY 3.00
HUMS 365 AMERICAN SOCIAL POLICY 3.00
HUMS 375 DISABILITIES 3.00
HUMS 380 ADDICTION 3.00
HUMS 385 MENTAL HEALTH 3.00
HUMS 390 CHILD WELFARE 3.00
HUMS 495 SENIOR SEMINAR 3.00
ITCS 101 ITALIAN CULTURE AND SOCIETY 3.00
LACS 101 LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE AND SOCIETY I 3.00
LACS 102 LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE AND SOCIETY II 3.00
LEAD 200 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS 3.00
MATH 104 BEGINNING ALGEBRA 3.00
MATH 106 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 3.00
MATH 110 QUANTITATIVE REASONING 3.00
MATH 150 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3.00
MATH 250 STATISTICS I 3.00
MGMT 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3.00
MGMT 230 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 254W BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 3.00
MGMT 261 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 265 BUSINESS LAW I 3.00
MGMT 278 INTRODUCTORY BUSINESS ANALYTICS 3.00
MGMT 311 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY 3.00
MGMT 314 AMERICAN PUBLIC POLICY 3.00
MGMT 315 COMPARATIVE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS 3.00
MGMT 325 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY IN HEALTHCARE 3.00
MGMT 338 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3.00
MGMT 339 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS 3.00
MGMT 340 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 341 INTRO TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3.00
MGMT 345 INTRAPRENEURSHIP: CORPORATE ENTREPRENEU RSHIP 3.00
MGMT 360 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY 3.00
MGMT 362 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3.00
MGMT 363 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 364 RECRUITMENT, STAFFING, AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 365 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS 3.00
MGMT 368W BUSINESS ETHICS 3.00
MGMT 393 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.00
MGMT 430 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3.00
MGMT 461 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT 3.00
MGMT 479 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 480 CASE STUDIES IN HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT 3.00
MGMT 490 STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGMENT 3.00
MKTG 210 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00
MKTG 331 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR 3.00
MKTG 332 PUBLIC RELATIONS 3.00
MKTG 335 ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION 3.00
MKTG 360 DIGITAL MARKETING 3.00
MKTG 370 SOCIAL MEDIA 3.00
MKTG 478 STRATEGIC MARKETING 3.00
MUSI 120 MUSIC AND THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE 3.00
MUSI 323 MUSIC OF THE UNITED STATES 3.00
NURS 310 PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE 3.00
NURS 312 PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN NUTRITION 3.00
NURS 411 COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING ASSESSMENT 3.00
ORGL 320 LEADING CHANGE 3.00
PADM 311 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND POLICY 3.00
PADM 315 AMERICAN PUBLIC POLICY 3.00
PHIL 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3.00
PHIL 330 ETHICS 3.00
PHIL 332 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS 3.00
PHIL 460 BIOMEDICAL ETHICS 3.00
PHYS 108 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY 3.00
POSC 111 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3.00
POSC 311 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY 3.00
POSC 315 AMERICAN PUBLIC POLICY 3.00
POSC 340 THE AMERICAN JUSTICE SYSTEM 3.00
PSYC 101 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 224 STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES 3.00
PSYC 225 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3.00
PSYC 235 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 275W INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCE WRITING 3.00
PSYC 304 PERSONALITY THEORY 3.00
PSYC 327 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3.00
PSYC 330 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 371 NEUROSCIENCE 3.00
PSYC 372 SENSATION AND PERCEPTION 3.00
PSYC 381 HISTORY & SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 385 HUMAN SEXUALITY 3.00
PSYC 392 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 395 ADULT PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 396 CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 3.00
PSYC 450 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS 3.00
PSYC 460 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
PSYC 495W INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
RELI 101 RELIGION AND HUMAN EXPERIENCE 3.00
RUCS 101 RUSSIAN CULTURE AND SOCIETY 3.00
SOCI 111 GENERAL SOCIOLOGY 3.00
SOCI 112 GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00
SOCI 212 CULTURES IN THE WORLD 3.00
SOCI 224 STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND *STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES 3.00
SOCI 225 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3.00
SOCI 235 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00
SOCI 270 DIVERSITY AND SOCIETY 3.00
SOCI 275W INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCE WRITING 3.00
SOCI 310 WOMEN AND SOCIETY 3.00
SOCI 321 CRIMINOLOGY 3.00
SOCI 327 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3.00
SOCI 331 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 3.00
SOCI 350 SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY 3.00
SOCI 365 AMERICAN SOCIAL POLICY 3.00
SOCI 385 HUMAN SEXUALITY 3.00
WMST 310 WOMEN AND SOCIETY 3.00

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