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ACT - Accounting

ACT 211: Princ of Accounting I

Prerequisite(s): Sophomore Standing
Accounting concepts and procedures, studied through the analysis, classification, recording, and summarizing of business transactions. Financial statements are introduced and shown to be a source of essential information for management and others outside of the business. Ethical issues in financial reporting are considered.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10066
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Instructor: Du, Chan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 212: Princ of Accounting II

Prerequisite(s):: ACT 211; Sophomore Standing; Business Majors, Business Administration Minor, or Material & Textiles Majors
General Education Requirement: Information Computer Literacy
An introduction to managerial accounting emphasizing how managers use accounting data within their organizations for planning, control, and making decisions. The course is structured to provide a foundation of cost terms, systems design, cost behavior, procedural techniques for planning and control, performance measurements, and the use of data for making operational decisions. Ethical issues in managerial reporting are considered.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10067
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Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 311: Intermediate Accounting I

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in ACT 211 and 212, Junior Standing, and Business Majors Only
The first of two courses that provide a comprehensive treatment of financial reporting topics. The course focuses on the conceptual, procedural, and regulatory issues involved in preparing and understanding corporate financial statements.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10068
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Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 312: Intermediate Accounting II

Prerequisite(s): ACT 311 with a grade of C or better; Business Majors only
A continuation of the study of financial reporting and financial statement analysis that begins in ACT 311
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3.00 credits
Class #2633
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14146
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 351: Cost Accounting

Prerequisite(s): ACT 212 and at least Junior standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chair
A study of the basic concepts, analyses, uses and procedures of cost accounting; cost accounting as a managerial tool for business strategy and implementation of operational decisions; how different costs are used for different purposes; ethical issues in operational decisions.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10069
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Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 355: Accounting Information Systems

Prerequisite(s): ACT 211, Junior Standing, Accounting Majors only
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Information & Computer
A study of the design and implementation of successful accounting systems. Significant attention is devoted to the relationship among components of an accounting system, the use of information for decision-making, and internal control. Ethical issues in providing and using information are considered. For accounting majors and non-business students only. Cannot be used as a business elective by non-accounting majors.
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3.00 credits
Class #2634
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10070
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Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 401: Auditing

Prerequisite(s): ACT 311 with a grade of C or better; Business Majors only; Junior standing
A study of the audit function as performed by the outside public accounting firm. All stages are covered: planning the audit, gathering evidence, review of internal control provisions, development of working papers, analysis of accounts, preparation of statements, and final audit report. The ethics of the accounting profession are stressed throughout the course.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10071
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Instructor: Han, Shipeng
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue/Thu 5:00pm-6:15pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 118

ACT 411: Taxation

Prerequisite(s): ACT 212, Junior Standing, Business Majors only
A study of federal income taxes. Topics will include history and background of the federal income tax system, taxable items, and methods of computation. Research skills will be taught and competency will be developed using both paper and electronic sources.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10115
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Szargowicz, Lisa
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue/Thu 5:00pm-6:15pm, Dartmouth - Room CCB-248

ACT 441: Govern & Non-Profit Acct

Prerequisite(s): ACT 312; Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chair
A study of non-corporate organizations with primary focus on governments, hospitals, college and universities and voluntary health and welfare organizations. Coverage will include principles of fund accounting, financial reporting, budgeting and auditing governmental and not-for-profit organizations. In addition, topics related to operating a business as a partnership will be included.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10121
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 6:30pm-9:30pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 210

ACT 500: Financial Accounting

Prerequisite(s): Business graduate students only
Stresses the principles and practices of external financial reporting, with particular emphasis on balance sheet valuations and their relationship to income determination. Reviews basic accounting concepts and the essentials of the accounting process. Covers the application of present value techniques to accounting valuations. Studies in depth the measurement and disclosure problems associated with cash, receivables, inventories, fixed assets and intangibles. Alternative accounting procedures and their impact on financial statements are also examined.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10126
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Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 650: Accounting For Decision Making

Prerequisite(s): ACT 500 or 211
Interpretation of corporate financial reporting by external users of financial statements. Students examine the form and content of financial statements and the methods used to account for assets, liabilities, capital, cash flows and other information reported in conformity with accounting principles. While pure financial accounting focuses on the external interpretation of corporate financial reporting, this course includes internal reporting for managerial decision-making. Management planning and control techniques, basic cost analysis, capital budgeting and activity-based management are encompassed in the course.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10168
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Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ACT 672: International Accounting

Prerequisite(s): none
Study of increasing globalization of business and capital markets, emphasizing the quintessential position of International Accounting as a discipline. More than before, multinational corporations and many of their stakeholders continue to use cross-border financial information in their strategic corporate and investment decision making. International Accounting as a vehicle for international financial reporting has become indispensable in such a global context. Topics in this course, including international harmonization of reporting standards will enhance students' understanding of the dynamics of financial information that crosses national borders.
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3.00 credits
Class #3353
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

ARH - Art History

ARH 125: Renaissance to Modern Art

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Surveys painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Renaissance to Impressionism as well as its ancient and medieval antecedents. Students who complete this course will not receive credit for ARH 102.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8064
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Instructor: Stubblefield, Thomas
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017
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3.00 credits
Class #1879
Cost: $1,239.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Stubblefield, Thomas
This section is approved as a Cluster 3B course. More information is found at: http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

ARH 150: Modern-Contemporary Art

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Surveys developments in painting and sculpture from the late 19th century to the present. The historical context of major artists and the theoretical, critical, and aesthetic issues surrounding their works will be discussed. (Formerly offered as ARH 103.)
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8065
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Instructor: Stubblefield, Thomas
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ARH 313: The Art of Portugal

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult/Art/Literacy/Global/Info
Introduction to the cultural development of the Portuguese people throughout history. Lectures, class discussions, written and oral reports on significant aspects of Portuguese literary, social and artistic life.
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3.00 credits
Class #2555
Cost: $1,239.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pereira, Mario
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

ARH 390: Special Topics in Art History - Topic: Survey of Non Western Art

Prerequisite(s): ARH 200
General Education Requirement: Cult & Artistic Lit/Info Tech
A critical analysis of selected topics in art history which are not otherwise offered in catalogue listings. May be repeated with change of content.
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3.00 credits
Class #2556
Cost: $1,239.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Moran, Catherine
This course introduces and examines the creative expressions of people in the “Non-Western" tradition. This survey level course is intended to provide insights into the way material choices, forms, utility, and design, communicate knowledge related to the spiritual expressions and cultural traditions of peoples around the globe, focusing on: the Islamic world, Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and the Americas. Selected traditions are critically examined through exercises, reading, film, online research, and discussion. By exploring the experience of peoples in the non-western world through their art, this course raises critical global consciousness and expands knowledge of world art.
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

ART - Graduate Art Program

ART 510: Selected Topics - Topic: Portrait Drawing

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present material in the Graduate MFA program. The specific topic is stated when the course is scheduled. May be repeated with change of content.
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3.00 credits
Class #2606
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krys, Liliya
Expand your observational skills while drawing or painting from a live model in a staged environment. Spatial relationships between color, value, light, form and anatomy is the main focus of these intense studies. Charcoal, collage, ink, watercolor, acrylics and brush will be explored. Students will be working under the premise that the uniqueness of each model can be found through a discovery of underlying abstract shapes. The practical studies will be supplemented with reading, PowerPoint presentations, museum/gallery visits, and individual and group discussions. (Influences: David, Manet, Matisse, Freud, Zurbaran, Cezanne, Morandi, Licht)
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - July 21, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

ART 510: Selected Topics - Topic: Women Abstractionists

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present material in the Graduate MFA program. The specific topic is stated when the course is scheduled. May be repeated with change of content.
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3.00 credits
Class #2608
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Even into the 21st century, the work of women artists is often not as well-known as that of their male counterparts. This course focuses on the careers and artworks of four women, all of whom are primarily recognized for working non-representationally: Helen Frankenthaler; Elizabeth Murray; Joan Snyder; and Alma Thomas. The instructor will give a detailed biographical presentation on each artist, followed by a group discussion of their unique approaches and philosophies. We will then practice a series of techniques using materials related to each artist’s particular way of working (Frankenthaler: process-oriented, non- traditional application methods; Murray: bold shapes in response to everyday objects; Snyder: journalistic collage incorporating tactile textures; and Thomas: colorful patterns reflecting the landscape). With this preparation, participants will then create a project inspired by each artist.
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 24, 2017 - August 4, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

ART 530: Grad Studio Art Pract as Rsch - Topic: Women Abstractionists

Prerequisite(s): none
Graduate studio work on a tutorial basis, with a required final show. The student may work in any medium providing that s/he has shown a sufficient portfolio of work indicating real promise for study in an area. An Art Education faculty member will supervise the project and help secure space and equipment. The studio experience includes regularly scheduled meetings a least five times a semester and individual consultations.
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3.00 credits
Class #2609
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Even into the 21st century, the work of women artists is often not as well-known as that of their male counterparts. This course focuses on the careers and artworks of four women, all of whom are primarily recognized for working non-representationally: Helen Frankenthaler; Elizabeth Murray; Joan Snyder; and Alma Thomas. The instructor will give a detailed biographical presentation on each artist, followed by a group discussion of their unique approaches and philosophies. We will then practice a series of techniques using materials related to each artist’s particular way of working (Frankenthaler: process-oriented, non- traditional application methods; Murray: bold shapes in response to everyday objects; Snyder: journalistic collage incorporating tactile textures; and Thomas: colorful patterns reflecting the landscape). With this preparation, participants will then create a project inspired by each artist.
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 24, 2017 - August 4, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

BIO - Biology

BIO 102: General Biology II

Prerequisite(s): BIO 101 or permission of instructor; Not offered for credit to biology majors
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Continuation of introductory biology with emphasis on the reproduction and genetics of organisms, their evolution, behavior, and interactions within ecosystems.
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3.00 credits
Class #2007
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: McCliment, Elizabeth
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

BIO 103: Topics in Biology - Topic: AIDS the Biological Basis

Prerequisite(s): Not offered for credit to biology majors
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Study in specific areas of biological science such as human genetics, microbes, and the insect world. Not offered for credit to biology majors.
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3.00 credits
Class #2008
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ventetuolo, Alan
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

BIO 103: Topics in Biology

Prerequisite(s): Not offered for credit to biology majors
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Study in specific areas of biological science such as human genetics, microbes, and the insect world. Not offered for credit to biology majors.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8067
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

BIO 108: Cancer Biology

Prerequisite(s): none
Fundamentals of cancer biology. This course examines scientific causes of cancer. Additional analysis includes studying the emotional, financial, social and psychological effects on patients, family and caregivers in "real-world" applications. This course is intended for the non-biology major and meets the University Studies Curriculum Cluster 2B requirement.
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3.00 credits
Class #2013
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ladino, Cynthia
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

BIO 122: Introductory Biology II

Prerequisite(s): BIO 121 or Engineering Majors or permission of department chair or instructor
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A broad survey of the field of biology; second of a two semester sequence. This course explores the diversity of living things, examines topics in anatomy & physiology, and introduces the field of ecology. Emphasis is placed on the process of scientific discovery, evidence, and logic that support the concepts associated with these fields. Additional emphasis is placed on the use of biological information in society. Pre-requisite for 200, 300, and 400 level biology courses.
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3.00 credits
Class #2011
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Winslow, Benjamin
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

BIO 132: Introductory Biology Lab II

Prerequisite(s): BIO 121, 131 or Engineering Majors or permission of department chair or instructor
The second of a two-semester sequence designed to provide freshmen biology majors and other students with hands on training in scientific thinking & techniques. This course emphasizes data analysis through statistical techniques. Emphasis is also placed on presentation of original research through both peer-review style written reports, and through a group poster presentation.
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1.00 credits
Class #2012
Cost: $367.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Winslow, Benjamin
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 331

BIO 222: Anatomy & Physiology II

Prerequisite(s): BIO 221
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Continuation of BIO 221. Study of the structure and function of the respiratory, digestive, nervous, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems.
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3.00 credits
Class #2009
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Barrett, Diana
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 113

BIO 224: Anatomy & Physio Lab II

Prerequisite(s): BIO 223
Continuation of BIO 223. 1 hour laboratory lecture, 2 hours laboratory. Emphasis is placed on methods of measuring physiological processes. Study of body structure is accomplished by dissection of animal specimens and by use of tissue materials.
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1.00 credits
Class #2010
Cost: $367.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Barrett, Diana
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed/Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 334

BIO 411: Proseminar - Topic: Bioprspecting Tropicl Microbes

Prerequisite(s): Greater than or equal to JR BIO standing OR permission of the instructor; Biology majors only or permission of the instructor
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Students with senior standing (or others with consent of the instructor) report on and discuss current biological problems as presented in principle journals, abstracts and reviews. The work of each seminar is usually built upon a single unifying content area.
Section 9101: in person undergraduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #3322
Cost: $966.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Silby, Mark
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
June 18, 2017 - July 2, 2017

BLS - Black Studies

BLS 331: Race and Ethnicity

Prerequisite(s): none
A study of the concepts of "race" and "ethnic group" and the role these concepts play in social interaction and social differentiation.
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3.00 credits
Class #8221
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Oni, Jacob
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

BLS 339: Racism, Crime & Justice - Topic: Racism, Crime & Justice

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
An historic and contemporary overview of the relationship between white supremacy and the contemporary visions of 'justice'. This course will focus on the political economies of race and punishment and highlight the relationship between racism, classism and hetero-patriarchy as they have become institutionalized through the criminal justice system.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8494
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

BNG - Bioengineering

BNG 420: Case Studies in Bioengineering

Prerequisite(s): BNG 311; Corequisite or Prerequisite ENL 266 or permission of instructor
Research analysis and discussion of important developments in Bioengineering. The cases will be selected from a variety of sources-seminal legal cases, patents and inventions.
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3.00 credits
Class #2017
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ferreira, Tracie
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

BNG 520: Case Studies in Bioengineering

Prerequisite(s): none
Research analysis and discussion of important developments in Bioengineering. The cases will be selected from a variety of sources-seminal legal cases, patents and inventions.
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3.00 credits
Class #2018
Cost: $1,407.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ferreira, Tracie
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

CEN - Civil Engineering

CEN 202: Mechanics of Materials

Prerequisite(s): EGR 241; Minimum grade of C-
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
The behavior of materials and members under axial load, torsion, flexure, shear and combined loads, including the deflection of beams and buckling of columns. The relationship between stress and strain, principal stresses and strains and yield and fracture criteria are discussed. Previously offered as CEN 303.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #2871
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Eftekhari, Somayeh
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 110

CHM - Chemistry

CHM 102: General Chemistry II

Prerequisite(s): At least a C- in CHM 101
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Continuation of CHM 101. Essentials of general, organic and biochemistry. Structure in organic chemistry, organic families and nomenclature, hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes and ketones, carbohydrates, amines, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, lipids, amino acids and proteins, nuclei acids, enzymes, metabolic processes (anabolism and catabolism), biochemical energy, nutrition.
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3.00 credits
Class #2040
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Piva, Christine
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 305

CHM 152: Princ Modrn Chemistry II

Prerequisite(s): At least C- in CHM 151 or CHM 153
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A continuation of CHM 151. The details of the behavior of solids, liquids, & gases, the types of intermolecular forces, colligative properties, gaseous equilibrium, aqueous equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, kinetics, and nuclear chemistry are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Honors sections are offered.
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3.00 credits
Class #2045
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Liberty, Anne
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 114

CHM 162: Intro Applied Chem II

Prerequisite(s): CHM 161 & 151 or CHM 153; CHM 152 as Co- or Pre-requisite with a gade of C- or better
A continuation of CHM 161 with emphasis on molecular weight determination techniques, colligative properties, qualitative analysis, acid-base chemistry, properties of buffer solutions, chromatographic techniques, kinetics, solubility constant determination, and electrochemistry. Most experiments involve the identification of unknowns and statistical analysis of data. The experiments in CHM 162 parallel the topics covered in CHM 152. A written laboratory report summarizing the procedure and results for each experiment is required. For science and engineering majors. Honors sections are offered.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate laboratory
1.00 credits
Class #2047
Cost: $367.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Samani, Pari
​Pre lab lecture and lab.
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-1:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 117
Tue/Wed/Thu 2:00pm-3:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 304
Tue/Wed/Thu 2:00pm-3:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 304
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-1:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 117

CHM 252: Organic Chemistry II

Prerequisite(s): At least a C- in CHM 251
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Continuation of CHM 251. A survey of the chemistry of carbon compounds and introduction to the basic principles of organic chemistry.
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3.00 credits
Class #2050
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Olubanwo, Olusegun
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 117

CHM 266: Organic Chemistry Lab II

Prerequisite(s): CHM 156, or CHM 152;CHM 162 or CHM 164; CHM Major or Minor
Continuation of CHM 265. The synthesis of organic compounds and an introduction to the organic methods of separation, purification and identification. This course is coordinated with CHM 251 and is designed for chemistry and textile chemistry majors.
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2.00 credits
Class #2052
Cost: $734.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Sammeta, Vamshi Krishna
​Pre lab lecture and lab.
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 2:00pm-4:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 315
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-1:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 305
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-1:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 305
Tue/Wed/Thu 2:00pm-4:50pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 315

CIS - Computer & Info Science

CIS 115: Computer Program With C

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Info & Lit/Nat Science
Algorithm development, syntax and semantics of a high level programming language, debugging and verification of programs. Concepts of structured programming. Arrays, subroutines. Elementary system concepts (compilation, time-sharing).
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8068
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
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Instructor: Naylor, Paul
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

CIS 183: Obj-Oriented Program with Java

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Basic concepts in programming and software development using the Java programming language. The course introduces concepts of object oriented paradigm and low level program design process. The course introduces variables, decision structures, loops, storage structures, exceptions, inheritance, and polymorphism.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8069
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
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Instructor: Rogers, Clinton
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

CIS 570: Adv Computer Systems

Prerequisite(s): none
In depth treatment of current computer systems, with performance issues at the center of an analytical approach. The course explores operating system software and the interrelation between architecture and system software. Advanced topics of compiling, assembly, linking and loading of high-level language software are included. The course treats mechanisms of IO and the memory hierarchy, various features of traditional machines, advanced features of modern machines such as RISC and multi-processor machines, and file systems and networked and distributed systems such as inter- and intra-nets. Throughout, performance issues are at the center of an analytical approach.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8070
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gracia, Paul
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2017 Fall - Unique Start and End Date Courses
October 4, 2017 - December 16, 2017

CIS 602: Special Topics - Topic: Advances in Networking

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present advanced material to graduate students.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8071
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gracia, Paul
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2017 Fall - Unique Start and End Date Courses
October 4, 2017 - December 16, 2017

CIS 602: Special Topics - Topic: Design Pattern

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present advanced material to graduate students.
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8072
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bergandy, Jan
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2017 Fall - Unique Start and End Date Courses
October 4, 2017 - December 16, 2017

CJS - Crime & Justice Studies

CJS 190: Intro Crime & Justice System

Prerequisite(s): none
An introductory course that familiarizes the student with the basic history, structure, function, and problems associated with the criminal justice system. The course will examine a variety of general and specific controversies associated with the contemporary criminal justice system in order to develop a critical perspective on the nature of justice and society's response to behavior that has been labeled as criminal.
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3.00 credits
Class #2054
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Donovan, Heather
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
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3.00 credits
Class #3619
Cost: $1,050.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Roderick, Dennis
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 17, 2017 - August 18, 2017:
Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113

CJS 205: Social Theory

Prerequisite(s): CJS 190; Majors Only
A study of sociological theorists. Designed to teach the theoretical foundations necessary for the critical study of crime and justice, the course will cover a range of theories focusing on those that assist in a critique of problems of power in matters of crime and justice.
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3.00 credits
Class #2055
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Woods, Tryon
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

CJS 257: Foundations in Justice Studies

Prerequisite(s): CJS 190; or permission of instructor
Examination of the meaning of justice across a variety of contexts. The aim of this course is to develop historical, structural, social, and ethical analyses of justice applicable to contemporary social issues, institutional case studies, and social processes. Contradictions between theory and practice are highlighted.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8073
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rowland, Mia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

CJS 321: Women, Crime, and the Law

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
Exploration of the impact that women have on the criminal justice system, as well as the impact that the system has upon women. This course will serve to provide an alternative to the traditional focus of criminal justice courses. It explores issues relevant to understanding the experience of women and girls as both offenders and victims, as well as practitioners in the criminal and legal systems.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8078
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krumholz, Susan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

CJS 339: Racism, Crime & Justice - Topic: Racism, Crime & Justice

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
An historic and contemporary overview of the relationship between white supremacy and the contemporary visions of 'justice'. This course will focus on the political economies of race and punishment and highlight the relationship between racism, classism and hetero-patriarchy as they have become institutionalized through the criminal justice system.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8080
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

CJS 340: Law and Society

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
Investigation of problems in the sociology of law, including lawmaking processes; administration justice and correctional systems. Comparative analysis of legal systems and their administration. Cross-listed as CJS 340.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8082
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Roderick, Dennis
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 6:30pm-9:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 206

CJS 350: Read Crime & Justice Studies - Topic: Environmental Justice

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
Directed readings and analysis in selected topics.
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3.00 credits
Class #2058
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Turcotte, Heather
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

CJS 350: Read Crime & Justice Studies - Topic: Transnational Feminist Justice

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
Directed readings and analysis in selected topics.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8083
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Turcotte, Heather
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

CVC - Cape Verdean Creole

CVC 101: Cape Verdean Creole Elem I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Essentials of aural-oral, reading and writing with intensive drilling on pronunciation, intonation and grammar.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8198
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Almeida, Carlos
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue/Thu 5:00pm-6:15pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 109

CVC 201: Cape Verdean Creole Intermed I

Prerequisite(s): CVC 102
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy

Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8199
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Almeida, Carlos
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed 5:00pm-6:15pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 206

ECE - Electrical & Computer Engnring

ECE 202: Circuit Theory II

Prerequisite(s): ECE 201
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
The second course in basic circuit theory and design. Topics include AC circuit steady-state response analysis, review of complex numbers, phasors, coupled inductors and ideal transformers, rms voltage and current, the maximum power transfer theorem, balanced 3-phase systems, and power and energy computations, applications of Laplace transforms to solutions of switched circuits and differential equations with initial conditions, stability, poles/zeros, Fourier transform, frequency response, Bode plots, network analysis, and equivalent circuits. Students are introduced to graphical convolution and Fourier series. Group classroom and project activities require design, implementation and measurement of filters and other circuits to meet design specifications.
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3.50 credits
Class #2155
Cost: $1,284.50 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rancour, David
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 219
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 212

ECE 263: Embedded System Design

Prerequisite(s): ECE 260
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A study of embedded system design useful to electrical and computer engineers, including assembly language programming, program debugging, and system design. Students learn the fundamentals of microprocessor technology including instruction set architectures, memory hierarchy design, and input/output functions. Practical applications apply this technology toward the design of systems involving data collection, automatic control, and operator interfaces. Emphasis is placed on hands-on program development using a microcontroller.
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3.50 credits
Class #2157
Cost: $1,284.50 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Viall, Benjamin
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 212
Fri 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 218

ECO - Economics

ECO 231: Principles Micro

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Global Awareness
Survey of the American economy focusing on markets, the price system, and resource allocation. Price determination in competitive and imperfectly-competitive markets. Applications in agricultural economics, legal prices, excise taxes, labor market issues, advertising, technological change, pollution and the environment, public goods, antitrust policy, international trade, and alternative economic systems.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8085
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cosgrove, Sarah
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

ECO 232: Principles Macro

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Global Awareness
Survey of introductory macroeconomics with focus on economic growth, unemployment, and inflation. Topics covered include national income accounting, inflation, unemployment, fiscal policy, money, the banking system, and monetary policy. Balance of payments and currency exchange rate issues are analyzed. Cross-listed as PST 232
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3.00 credits
Class #2071
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Olitsky, Neal
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8086
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Olitsky, Neal
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

ECO 342: Labor Economics

Prerequisite(s): ECO 231 & 232; or permission of instructor
The labor force. Wages in competitive and non-competitive markets. Wage structures. Inequalities and discrimination. Impacts of unions and social standards. Indexation, inflation and unemployment. Cross-listed as LST 342.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8087
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Olitsky, Neal
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

EDU - Education

EDU 510: Psychological & Social Foun Ed

Prerequisite(s): none
Examination of the basic theories of learning and teaching and the application of theory to educational environments. Students will learn about cognitive and effective theories related to learning as well as develop understandings of the social, cultural, and political factors that influence learning. Units of study include the principles of motivation, classroom management, and contemporary issues in education.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8088
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 110

EDU 511: Culturally Resp Curr & Inst

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510
An examination of integrated approaches to classroom curriculum and pedagogy based on human development theories. Particular attention is paid to learning plans that respond to diversity, learning needs, and learning preferences of all students. The course provides an opportunity for students to develop lesson plans and curriculum units that reflect learning strategies aligned with culturally responsive pedagogy.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8090
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 110
Section 8102: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14340
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:30pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 110

EDU 513: Critical Issues in Education

Prerequisite(s): EDU 512 & EDU 518
Introduction to the critical social and political issues in U.S. schooling that affect how schools are organized, as well as how teachers approach pedagogy and curriculum. Students will examine how schools and educational policy are intimately interwoven with cultural and social contexts.
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3.00 credits
Class #2148
Cost: $1,221.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed 4:00pm-8:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 105
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8091
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kayumova, Shakhnoza
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 121

EDU 519: Technology & Instruction

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510 and EDU 511 or permission of the instructorEDU 519
Introduction to the ways in which technology can enhance instructional experiences. This course will examine technology-based instructional approaches and provide students opportunities to engage in such approaches. This course is hands-on with a balance of technology-based and reading-based assignments to support current and future teachers in envisioning and creating technology-enhanced 21st century classrooms aligned to their content areas.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #2150
Cost: $1,221.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Thu 4:00pm-8:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 105

EDU 519: Technology & Instruction - Topic: Humanities Disciplines

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510 and EDU 511 or permission of the instructorEDU 519
Introduction to the ways in which technology can enhance instructional experiences. This course will examine technology-based instructional approaches and provide students opportunities to engage in such approaches. This course is hands-on with a balance of technology-based and reading-based assignments to support current and future teachers in envisioning and creating technology-enhanced 21st century classrooms aligned to their content areas.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8092
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 208

EDU 519: Technology & Instruction - Topic: STEM Disciplines

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510 and EDU 511 or permission of the instructorEDU 519
Introduction to the ways in which technology can enhance instructional experiences. This course will examine technology-based instructional approaches and provide students opportunities to engage in such approaches. This course is hands-on with a balance of technology-based and reading-based assignments to support current and future teachers in envisioning and creating technology-enhanced 21st century classrooms aligned to their content areas.
Section 8102: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8093
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Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 208

EDU 525: Critical Literacies

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510 and EDU 511, or admission to the MAT-Nonlicensure program
Skills to recognize and examine everyday language and literacy repertoires of students from diverse backgrounds will be developed. The course explores topics such as popular culture, digital story-telling, multi-model literacies, including different modes of expression and communication, both in formal and informal education settings.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14341
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hall, Maureen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 217

EDU 532: Teach Practicum or Equivalent

Prerequisite(s): none
A fourteen week full-time classroom experience under the direction of university supervisor and supervisor practitioners.
Section 8101: in person graduate practicum
3.00 credits
Class #8089
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

EDU 533: Teaching Practicum Seminar

Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor
A required course to enhance the field experience in the Middle and Secondary Teacher Education Program. To provide support for and ongoing interactions among teacher candidates, their supervisors, and the university community, candidates will enroll in a student teaching seminar. The purpose of this course is to provide a structured experience for learning and refining the theories and practices necessary to become an effective teacher of all children in inclusive classrooms. The teacher candidates are expected to demonstrate knowledge, disposition, and performances related to the Content Standards, INTASC Principles, and the Department's Conceptual Framework in a classroom setting.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8094
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 111

EDU 548: Class Mgmnt Disabled Students

Prerequisite(s): EDU 512
Comprehensive review of classroom management and its foundations paramount in teaching the mildly and moderately disabled. Theoretical models for understanding the behavior of children and youth, including Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Supports, along with evidence-based practices/procedures. Case studies are employed in applying theory to practice in addition to actual research focused on current classroom management issues and trends in elementary, middle, and high schools.
Section 7501: blended graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8108
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 119

EDU 552: Sheltered English Immersion

Prerequisite(s): EDU 512 or AED 515 or permission of instructor
Introduction to and assessment of the Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) standards required for the SEI endorsement for teacher licensure in Massachusetts. The course provides prospective teachers with theoretical, cultural, political, linguistic and instructional tools to promote the academic and language development of English language learners.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8115
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113
Section 8102: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #14334
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Harrington, Margaret
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 111

EDU 556: Language, Culture&Linguistics

Prerequisite(s): Must be a teacher of record in K-12 school or must have passed the MTEL Communications & Literacy Assessment.
An introduction to issues of language development, the role of culture, and linguistic repertoires pertinent to teaching and learning. Includes theories of second language development and culturally relevant pedagogy and their role in the development of various literacies.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8116
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Santavicca, Nicholas
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 101

EDU 601: Sociocult&Political Context Ed

Prerequisite(s): none
Exploration and development of both theoretical and pedagogical frameworks for engaging crucial social, cultural, and political issues related to education in local and national contexts. The course explores how dimensions of race, sex/gender and sexuality, ability, and class operate in/through schooling both at a structural level as well as at the level of classroom practice. Emphasis will be placed on issues relevant to the SouthCoast region, including urban contexts, and the diverse educational needs of this region.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8117
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 111

EDU 602: Action Research

Prerequisite(s): EDU 601
Action research for in-service teachers. Participants will make connections between their theoretical understandings of research and their own emergence as practitioner researchers as producers of knowledge through studying their own practice. They will identify a problem in their practice, develop a research plan, gather and analyze data, reflect on results, and develop implications for future teaching practice and action research
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8118
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Desmarais, Armand
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

EDU 603: Designing Inst for Learning

Prerequisite(s): EDU 602
Empowering in-service teachers to design a variety of instructional opportunities that attend to student learning, Building from a review of basic practices related to addressing academic diversity and responsive teaching in contemporary classrooms, this course focuses on the creation of learning environments supporting effective instructional and management strategies that attend to the dynamic and varied needs of all learners.
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3.00 credits
Class #2152
Cost: $1,221.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Defarias, Cheryl
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Mon/Wed 4:00pm-8:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 110

EDU 621: History & Found American Ed

Prerequisite(s): none
A study of historical and contemporary issues in American Education that include major educational issues from various disciplines, policies, and trends. The disciplines of philosophy, psychology, sociology, and history will provide an intellectual foundation designed to develop an awareness of and critical disposition to pressing concerns in American Education.
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3.00 credits
Class #2154
Cost: $1,221.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Desmarais, Armand
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Thu 4:00pm-8:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 110

EDU 622: Curriculum in its Soc Context

Prerequisite(s): none
An examination of the roles and enactments of curriculum in our schools. Students will critique curriculum through analysis of current and historical events and scholarship. Issues and practices across subjects, grades, and settings will be considered. Students will examine the personal, political, professional, and corporate interests involved in curriculum development from a culturally-responsive perspective.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8119
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Desmarais, Armand
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 119

EGR - General Engineering

EGR 242: Eng Mechanics II:Dynamics

Prerequisite(s): EGR 241; MTH 112 or 114
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A continuation of the study of mechanics initiated in EGR 241. Work and energy methods are emphasized. Motion in accelerating coordinate systems and dynamics of system particles lead to the discussion of rigid body dynamics in three dimensions. A number of examples of rigid body motion are discussed.
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3.00 credits
Class #2499
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Huang, Wenzhen
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 110

ENL - English

ENL 101: Critical Writing & Reading I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: AREAS I & W, Tier 1
Argument-focused course that introduces students to scholarly reading and writing strategies. Students practice widely-applicable methods of reading, writing, and revising arguments. Students read college-level arguments from diverse popular, public, and academic genres in order to develop their academic skills of analyzing single arguments, synthesizing multiple perspectives, and composing informed responses to an ongoing conversation.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8124
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Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ENL 200: Studies in Literature

Prerequisite(s): ENL102
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
A study of selected readings dealing with a special topic chosen by the instructor. Recent special topics include New England Literature, Children's Literature, the Artist in Literature, Black Music, and Black Literature. May be repeated with change of content. Cross-listed as BLS 200; LST 200.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8125
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8126
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

ENL 205: Travel Literature

Prerequisite(s): ENL102
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Exploration of contemporary travel writing and the genre it represents, creative nonfiction. It treats the history, forms, and thematic concerns of travel literature and the nature of the "fourth genre" of creative nonfiction. In addition to reading travel literature, students explore a variety of contextual materials online, such as articles, interviews, podcasts, blogs, and videos. A passport to virtual travel, the course examines a wide range of ideas about the world and the ways we live in it and develops one's sense of global geography.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #2644
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Schaaf, Judy
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #3271
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Schaaf, Judy
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

ENL 258: Literary Studies

Prerequisite(s): ENL 102; English Majors, Minors, Liberal Arts Majors, or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Writing/Oral Skills
A foundation course for all English majors, examining traditions and innovations in literature and in the study of literature in English. Students develop writing and research skills in the discipline and improve their knowledge of literary terms and forms, literary history and conventions, literary influence, and new and emerging forms and approaches. Genres studied include poetry, drama, fiction, and literary (creative) non-fiction. The course also examines key issues in the profession of literary studies, such as the development of departments of literature, canon formation, and the relationship of literary theory to literary practice.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8127
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nelles, William
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ENL 260: Intermediate Composition

Prerequisite(s): ENL 102; English Majors, Minors, Liberal Arts Majors, or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural&Artistic Lit/Writing
A course emphasizing the development of skill in organizing materials, the formation of a lively and concrete style and an authentic personal voice, and the growth of useful techniques in the arts of exposition, persuasion, and argumentation.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8128
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ENL 305: Medieval Literature - Topic: Pre 1800's

Prerequisite(s): ENL 258; English Majors, Minors, Liberal Arts English Concentrations, or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Explores seminal literature of the European Middle Ages in historical and cultural contexts, focusing on English Literature from the Anglo-Saxon period into the 15th century. Organized thematically as well as chronologically, the course looks at how texts represent and influence their times and how they participate in the development of enduring literary traditions.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8129
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nelles, William
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ENL 390: Topics in Literary Studies

Prerequisite(s): ENL 258; English Majors, Minors, Liberal Arts English Concentrations, or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Advanced study in a topic concerning literary texts in any genre, literary history, or literary culture. Areas of focus may include genre studies, literary theory of criticism or other aspect(s) of the creation, production, reception or consumption of literature. Past topics have included: The American Immigrant Experience, Literary Nonfiction, Reading and Writing Nature and Utopian Dreams, among others.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8130
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Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

ENL 501: Rhetorical Theory

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or permission of instructor
Rhetorical precepts and notions as developed since antiquity and applied to contemporary professional writing and communication. Students will learn to identify and analyze rhetoric across a variety of discursive situations and in turn establish sound rhetorical practices within their own communication.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14796
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Blitefield, Jerrold
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 3:30pm-6:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

ENL 549: Teach Eng:Classroom Meth

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Theory and practice of teaching secondary English in its three dominant areas of reading, writing, and rhetorical analysis of literary works. Special focus will be upon how students acquire language and theoretical skills within the complex milieu of classrooms and how teachers can enhance that learning by translating sound theory into a broad range of learning activities and classroom strategies. This course is required for certification in secondary English teaching in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14797
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Teagarden, Alexis
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

ENL 657: Topics in American Literature

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or permission of instructor
Graduate seminar in American Literature. Topics address seminal texts, authors and themes in American literature. Topics vary and may focus on historical periods, movements in American literature, genres, multiethnic and gender studies, or major authors. Through in-depth reading and research in American literary studies, students increase their subject-level knowledge of American literature; develop their depth of understanding of American literatures and their contexts; strengthen their skills in literary analysis; and increase their understanding of historical, sociopolitical, and other contexts of American literary study.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #14798
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Waxler, Robert
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 201A

ENL 659: Topics in World Literature - Topic: Western Literature I

Prerequisite(s): none
Graduate seminar in World Literature. Topics vary and address seminal texts from different periods and world cultures, including British. Topics may focus on historical periods, movements in world literature, genres, multiethnic and gender studies, or major authors. Through in-depth reading and research, students develop their understanding of cultures other than their own, discover representative themes and issues in the literature of those cultures, make connections among them, and strengthen their skills in literary analysis.
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3.00 credits
Class #3189
Cost: $1,356.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nelles, William
​Attention Students: This summer online section will have a few optional face to face meetings on campus, information will be in the syllabus from Dr. Nelles.

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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

FIA - Fine Arts

FIA 221: Introductory Drawing: Figure 1 - Topic: Portrait Drawing

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Introduction to the human figure, its gesture, rhythm, form, and structure. This course introduces essential perceptual, technical and formal skills that create the framework of learning to draw from a live model. Emphasis is placed on the development of visual literacy, critical analysis, and various modes of perception, representation and expression.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate studio Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2604
Cost: $1,104.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krys, Liliya
Expand your observational skills while drawing or painting from a live model in a staged environment. Spatial relationships between color, value, light, form and anatomy is the main focus of these intense studies. Charcoal, collage, ink, watercolor, acrylics and brush will be explored. Students will be working under the premise that the uniqueness of each model can be found through a discovery of underlying abstract shapes. The practical studies will be supplemented with reading, PowerPoint presentations, museum/gallery visits, and individual and group discussions. (Influences: David, Manet, Matisse, Freud, Zurbaran, Cezanne, Morandi, Licht)
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - July 21, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

FIA 222: Introductory Drawing:Figure II - Topic: Portrait Drawing

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Exploration of the human figure, its movement and form integrated within a spatial environment. Emphasis is placed on the development of visual literacy, critical analysis, and various modes of perception, representation, and expression. Selective visual decision-making concentrates on relationships of form and space.
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3.00 credits
Class #2605
Cost: $1,104.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krys, Liliya
Expand your observational skills while drawing or painting from a live model in a staged environment. Spatial relationships between color, value, light, form and anatomy is the main focus of these intense studies. Charcoal, collage, ink, watercolor, acrylics and brush will be explored. Students will be working under the premise that the uniqueness of each model can be found through a discovery of underlying abstract shapes. The practical studies will be supplemented with reading, PowerPoint presentations, museum/gallery visits, and individual and group discussions. (Influences: David, Manet, Matisse, Freud, Zurbaran, Cezanne, Morandi, Licht)
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - July 21, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

FIA 241: Intro Paint/Color,Form&Space - Topic: Portrait Drawing

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Introduction to color and the various methods and materials of painting that form the framework of learning to paint. Through work from direct observation of a variety of subjects students lean to integrate shape, value and color in the creation of pictorial space and form. Students acquire the fundamental perceptual, technical, design and critical skills necessary to work in painting and begin to develop an understanding of the media.
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3.00 credits
Class #2602
Cost: $1,104.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krys, Liliya
Expand your observational skills while drawing or painting from a live model in a staged environment. Spatial relationships between color, value, light, form and anatomy is the main focus of these intense studies. Charcoal, collage, ink, watercolor, acrylics and brush will be explored. Students will be working under the premise that the uniqueness of each model can be found through a discovery of underlying abstract shapes. The practical studies will be supplemented with reading, PowerPoint presentations, museum/gallery visits, and individual and group discussions. (Influences: David, Manet, Matisse, Freud, Zurbaran, Cezanne, Morandi, Licht)
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - July 21, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

FIA 242: Intro to Painting/Life Paintin - Topic: Portrait Drawing

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Introduction to color and the various methods and materials of painting that form the framework of learning to paint from direct observation from a live model. The focus is on acquiring the understanding of form and structure in relation to the surrounding space. Students learn various modes of observation, representation, composition and expression.
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3.00 credits
Class #2603
Cost: $1,104.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krys, Liliya
Expand your observational skills while drawing or painting from a live model in a staged environment. Spatial relationships between color, value, light, form and anatomy is the main focus of these intense studies. Charcoal, collage, ink, watercolor, acrylics and brush will be explored. Students will be working under the premise that the uniqueness of each model can be found through a discovery of underlying abstract shapes. The practical studies will be supplemented with reading, PowerPoint presentations, museum/gallery visits, and individual and group discussions. (Influences: David, Manet, Matisse, Freud, Zurbaran, Cezanne, Morandi, Licht)
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - July 21, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

FIA 498: Special Topics - Topic: Women Abstractionists

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
An in-depth exploration of a specific sculptural concern. A single topic will be offered each semester. Special topics include Bronze Casting, Aluminum Casting, Stone Carving, Installation/Performance Art, The Figure, Cast Paper, and Site-Specific Sculpture.
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3.00 credits
Class #2607
Cost: $1,104.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Even into the 21st century, the work of women artists is often not as well-known as that of their male counterparts. This course focuses on the careers and artworks of four women, all of whom are primarily recognized for working non-representationally: Helen Frankenthaler; Elizabeth Murray; Joan Snyder; and Alma Thomas. The instructor will give a detailed biographical presentation on each artist, followed by a group discussion of their unique approaches and philosophies. We will then practice a series of techniques using materials related to each artist’s particular way of working (Frankenthaler: process-oriented, non- traditional application methods; Murray: bold shapes in response to everyday objects; Snyder: journalistic collage incorporating tactile textures; and Thomas: colorful patterns reflecting the landscape). With this preparation, participants will then create a project inspired by each artist.
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 24, 2017 - August 4, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 357

FIN - Finance

FIN 312: Business Finance

Prerequisite(s): ACT 212 and ECO 231; at least Junior standing; Business Majors, Business Administration Minor, or Material & Textiles Majors
General Education Requirement: Ethics
An introduction to the nature of financial management. The course presents the basic tools used in the decision-making process as they pertain to the acquisition, management and financing current and long-term assets. Working capital policies, the time value of money, capital budgeting and debt and equity financing are discussed.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10169
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 320: Personal Finance

Prerequisite(s): none
An introduction to the financial planning process of setting goals, developing action plans, creating budgets and measuring results. The student will become familiar with the techniques of financial analyses necessary to make choices when considering housing, insurance, retirement plans, borrowing and other personal finance issues.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10170
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2635
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

FIN 383: Investment Analysis

Prerequisite(s): FIN 312; At least JR standing; Business majors, Business Administration Minor, or Material & Textiles Majors; OR Permission of the appropriate department chairperson
Method and techniques of determining investment merit of various types of securities. Bonds, preferred stocks and common stocks in various types of investment portfolios are studied. The effect of the business cycle on investment policy will be examined and the importance of timing investment commitments will be stressed. The investment techniques of fundamental analysis, technical analysis and efficient market theory are carefully explored. (Formerly FIN 483.)
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14143
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 484: Adv Investment Analysis

Prerequisite(s): FIN 383; at least JR standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
An examination in greater depth of subjects covered in the foundation investment analysis course and an introduction to recent innovations in the field. Emphasis is given to the place of derivatives in the portfolio, the active management of risk and the management of retirement assets and pension funds. Assignments include case studies involving the use of computer software and reports requiring an analysis of current research literature.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14145
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 494: Internatl Financial Mgmt

Prerequisite(s): FIN 312, at least JR standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
Understanding the forces that affect the relative value of currencies in international markets, covering the major problems encountered by the firm in financing international operations.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10171
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 500: Economic Concepts Mgrs

Prerequisite(s): none
Examines the most applicable principles of micro and macro-economics for the application of economic theory for the manager. Topics include optimization techniques applied to consumer choice firm behavior, pricing and the study of the market structure. Both ethical and international issues are addressed.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10172
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 650: Fin For Decision Making

Prerequisite(s): none
Exposure to financial principles by discussions of the functions of financial management. Various tools available to assist financial managers in making decisions are discussed and applied to case analyses. Specific topics include working capital management, capital budgeting applications, capital structure management and financial analysis and planning.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10173
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FIN 670: Investment Analysis

Prerequisite(s): none
In-depth examination of fixed income and equity securities and an introduction to recent innovations in the field. Emphasis is given to the place of derivatives in the portfolio, the active management of risk and the management of retirement assets and pension funds.
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3.00 credits
Class #2636
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

FIN 672: Internatl Financial Mgmt

Prerequisite(s): FIN 650
Understanding the forces that affect the relative value of currencies in international markets, covering the major problems encountered by the firm in financing international operations.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10184
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FRN - French

FRN 101: Elementary French I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Essentials of aural-oral, reading and writing usage, with intensive drilling in pronunciation, intonation and grammar.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8131
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cheyne, Michelle
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FRN 102: Elementary French II

Prerequisite(s): FRN 101 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of FRN 101.
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3.00 credits
Class #2233
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cheyne, Michelle
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

FRN 201: Intermediate French I

Prerequisite(s): FRN 102 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Review of grammar with composition and aural-oral practice. Introduction to French culture and civilization through intensive and extensive reading.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8132
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cheyne, Michelle
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

FRN 202: Intermediate French II

Prerequisite(s): FRN 201 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of FRN 201
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3.00 credits
Class #2235
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cheyne, Michelle
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

FRN 581: Seminar in French

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
An intensive study of a specific topic, such as aural French comprehension, or a particular author or a literary movement. The topic will vary from year to year so that the course may be repeated for credit.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8133
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cheyne, Michelle
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 101

HST - History

HST 101: History of Western Civ I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
A survey of the growth of European civilization from ancient times to the end of the Middle Ages, including economic, social, political, and intellectual developments.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12129
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rioux, Paula
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

HST 104: World Civilizations II

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of World Civilization; the study of World Civilizations from 1400 to the present.
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3.00 credits
Class #2303
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rioux, Paula
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

HST 115: History of US I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
A survey of American history from the beginning to the Civil War. Emphasis on the interactions among people from different continents, ethnic groups, sexes, classes, religions, and political persuasions.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12136
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Instructor: Ironfield, Richard
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

HST 300: Topics American History - Topic: The Cold War in America

Prerequisite(s): Course not open to Freshmen
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
A critical analysis of selected topics or issues in American history which are not otherwise offered in the standard catalogue courses.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12137
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Instructor: Ironfield, Richard
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

HST 376: History of Brazil - Topic: Women/Gender Brazilian History

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Emphasis on the period since independence in 1822. Topics include the empire and slavery, coffee, European immigration, the republic, race and class, foreign economic and ideological influences, and Brazil in the 1980s.
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3.00 credits
Class #3016
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

HST 389: Topics in World History - Topic: Women in World History

Prerequisite(s): Course not open to Freshmen
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy

Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14525
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Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

HST 501: Teach Hist&Soc Study-Sec

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or Teacher Preparation Program
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
The historical and contemporary debate on the nature of the history and social studies curriculum in middle and secondary schools. This course will investigate the actual curriculum and practice of history and social studies teaching in area schools and formulate specific strategies for effective teaching and curriculum building.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12139
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Instructor: Rioux, Paula
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 4:30pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 333

HST 521: Graduate Seminar in History - Topic: Resistance during theHolocaust

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or permission of instructor
Graduate Seminars in history are designed to allow participants to pursue reading and research on a particular historical topic. Course may be repeated with change of topic.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #12138
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Status: closed
Instructor: Offenberger, Ilana
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 4:30pm-7:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 333

LAR - Liberal Arts

LAR 201: Intro Studies Across Disciplin

Prerequisite(s): ENL 102, LAR Majors
General Education Requirement: Oral Skills
An introduction to the writing, research and communications skills required in multidisciplinary studies, which includes a study of the humanities and social sciences as disciplines. Students will learn about the various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, read and analyze texts from the humanities and social sciences, and develop critical understanding of disciplinary research practices for the humanities and social sciences.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8138
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

LAR 401: Sem Multidisciplinary Studies

Prerequisite(s): LAR 201 and ENL 260; LAR Majors with 90+ units
Substantial multidisciplinary research and writing. Students will engage in in-depth research of primary and secondary sources across a variety of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. They will research, reason, and write employing the appropriate conventions of the disciplines they are studying. Topics will vary according to instructor. May be repeated with change of content.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8139
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT - Management

MGT 201: Leadershp,Teamwrk,Collaboratn

Prerequisite(s): CCB majors or Bus Ad Minors only, and Sophomore standing
An interactive skills-building course designed to take a thoughtful look at the key skills necessary for personal and managerial success in organizations. Students will develop interpersonal skills relating to understanding themselves, understanding and working with others, understanding and working in teams, and leading individuals and groups.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8140
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kowalski, Kellyann
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 312: Legal Framework Business

Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing; Business Majors, Business Administration Minor, Sustainability Studies or Material & Textiles Majors
General Education Requirement: Ethics
Overview of the legal environment of business. Topics covered include contracts, agency and tort law; labor law; securities law. Students will develop a general background in the major aspects of the law as it affects the daily business environment.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8143
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Instructor: Kalisz Jr, Frederick
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 365: Leading and Managing People

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 Prerequisite: MGT 311 or MGT 201
A leadership course that focuses on the conceptual foundations and practical skills necessary to effectively manage people. Students will explore various approaches to leadership, and they will practice influence tactics, coaching skills, and other techniques for leading people.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8145
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Status: closed
Instructor: Jamro, Konrad
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 398: Mgt Cncpts for Career Planning

Prerequisite(s): none
An application of management & organizational behavior concepts to career planning and job hunting. Student assignments will build up a career portfolio that includes self-assessments, informational interviews, networking, job leads, company research, resumes, and cover letters. A final project includes an operational plan for securing and excelling in an internship. Recommended for those seeking an internship in the following semester, including CCB's for-credit BUS 399 option.
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3.00 credits
Class #3156
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bacdayan, Paul
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14156
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Instructor: Bacdayan, Paul
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 471: Small Business Strategy

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 Prerequisite: MGT 311 or MGT 201
Capstone course for Small Business/Entrepreneurship Option. Topics covered include models of growth, the manager's propensity for and ability to manage growth, organizational life cycles, professionalizing family businesses, financial planning, control and accountability, market analysis, and the changing role of the board of directors. Students will develop a business plan emphasizing growth of an existing business.
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3.00 credits
Class #3489
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bell, David
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

MGT 490: Strat Mgt & Policy Form

Prerequisite(s): POM 333, POM 345, and MIS 315: Min 84 Credits Earned
General Education Requirement: Ethics
The capstone course for majors in business administration. Students bring to bear all their functional expertise, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities onto issues faced by senior management in business organizations in the world today. This course is to be taken during the last year of the student's program.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8146
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Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 650: Adv Organization Behavi

Prerequisite(s): none
Understanding individual and group behavior and their application to problems faced by managers. Extensive use is made of experiential learning and student centered discussion in addressing the topics of leadership, motivation, communication, performance, stress, group dynamics, organizational structure and organizational change.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8147
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MGT 659: Strategic Management

Prerequisite(s): Completion of 15 MBA units
Capstone course for the MBA. The course examines competitive factors impacting firms and the design of a competitive global strategy. Primary emphasis is on managerial skill development focused on enhancing effective organizational operations in today's globally competitive environment. The course analyzes components of a strategic plan: formulating, implementing, and controlling its execution and evaluating its success in a global context.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #2352
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8148
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #3330
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8149
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

MGT 671: Mgmt Organization Change

Prerequisite(s): none
Knowledge, understanding and skills to actively contribute, whether as a manager, leader or change agent, to essential renewal and transformation processes within organizations. Change leadership is a core competency in successful twenty-first century organizations. The course examines how change occurs in large-scale organizations, the role of leadership in the change process, the use of vision, symbols and metaphor to stimulate change, and the use of change forums to help employees maintain momentum during the process. Further, the course examines the organizational development perspective on planned change, how to design, implement and institutionalize planned change in the human or technical systems of an organizations, and roles in the change process. The course will benefit managers who recognize the need for change in their organization and who want to develop change leadership skills.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8151
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Instructor: Maher, Vincent
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

MGT 673: Organization,Structure&Process

Prerequisite(s): none
Survey of advanced concepts in organizational theory examining the lens through which we understand organizations; how the particular lens we use improves and constrains understanding; how it influences decision-making, goal-setting, politics, and other interaction patterns; the perspective that best describes current structural models of organization.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8150
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Instructor: Maher, Vincent
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

MGT 675: Managing Across Cultures

Prerequisite(s): none
Culture's impact on business and management in a global world. The course seeks to develop intercultural competence and understanding. It integrates cultural awareness into traditional business disciplines through a mix of discussion, case studies, video, and exercises focusing on management, organization, and communication. Students develop methods to bridge cultural gaps and communicate more effectively with other cultural groups in business and social settings.
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3.00 credits
Class #2354
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Maher, Vincent
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

MIS - Management Information Systems

MIS 315: Information Systems

Prerequisite(s): ENL102
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Information & Computer
Introduction to the management and use of information systems (IS) in organizations. Topics such as functional information systems, enterprise information systems, e-business, system design, implementation and evaluation, and ethical issues related to information systems will be covered. In addition to concepts and theories, students will develop an Access database project to enhance their understanding of information systems in general and get familiar with database technology in particular.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8373
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Instructor: Wang, Shouhong
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2896
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Huang, Rui
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

MIS 341: Data Commun& Comp Networks

Prerequisite(s): MIS 315
Fundamentals in data communications and computer networks. This course provides an understanding of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks. This course should give you a strong foundation in computer networks, which will enable effective work with network administrators, network installers, and network designers.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8374
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Shi, Zhengzhong
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MIS 650: Information Tech Mgmnt

Prerequisite(s): none
Introduction to the information technology used in modern organizations. The course is designed to provide a technical understanding of information technology, practical experience and management perspectives on its utilization in organizations.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8375
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Instructor: Wang, Shouhong
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

MIS 675: Managing Projects

Prerequisite(s): none
Managing projects from an organizational perspective. Introduction to Project Management will be briefly reviewed. The principle areas of discussion will be aligning the projects with business strategies, managing multiple projects in the form of programs (Program management), and in the form of portfolios (Portfolio Management), and marshalling organizational assets through a project management office (PMO).
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8376
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Instructor: Sirisomboonsuk, Pinyarat
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MKT - Marketing

MKT 311: Principles of Marketing

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing; Business Majors, Business Administration Minor, Finance Minor or Material & Textiles Majors.
General Education Requirement: Ethics
A basic understanding of the role and scope of responsibilities facing contemporary marketing management. Emphasis is placed on the integration of marketing principles into an organized approach for decision making.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8152
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mora, Jose
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
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3.00 credits
Class #2356
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mora, Jose
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

MKT 330: Mktng Intell & Info Tech

Prerequisite(s): MKT 311 or MKT 211; MKT Majors or Minors only; Junior standing or by permission of instructor
Provides students a working knowledge of secondary data acquisition and analysis. This course places strong emphasis on written and oral communication skills.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8153
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Instructor: Kara, Selcan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MKT 425: Product Strategy

Prerequisite(s): none
The decision steps of the product development process: innovation strategy, opportunity identification, designing new products, testing and improving products, product introduction and profit management and implementing the new product development process.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8155
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: White, D.
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MKT 431: Consumer Behavior

Prerequisite(s): MKT 311 (or MKT 211), MKT 330 & MKT 331 Sr. Standing, Marketing Majors or Minors Only
A study of consumer decision processes as a series of activities related to the purchase and consumption of goods. Emphasis is given to contemporary thought on the consumer problem-solving process, namely problem recognition, search, evaluation, commitment and post-purchase behavior.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8154
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Chang, Wencheng

​Attention Students: The Pre-Req for this Fall 2017 MKT431 Consumer Behavior online section is MKT311 (or MKT211) Principles of Marketing ONLY. Please contact the University Enrollment Center if you should have any trouble registering for this online section, 508-999-9129. Thank you, UE


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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MKT 650: Marketing Strategy

Prerequisite(s): none
Strategy formulation for determining what marketing strategy can realistically accomplish, identifying internal and external factors that must be considered in developing longer term strategies, setting realistic marketing and financial objectives and organizing for successful implementation of strategies. Students undertake assignments that allow them to examine both successful and unsuccessful strategies.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8156
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Curran, Catherine
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MLS - Medical Lab Science

MLS 106: Cont Top Human Ecol II

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Medical-social problems as they relate to modern society. Contemporary topics such as stress, sexuality, inheritance, and aging are discussed.
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3.00 credits
Class #2498
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rubien, Nathan
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8157
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rubien, Nathan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MNE - Mechanical Engineering

MNE 311: Heat Transfer

Prerequisite(s): MNE 332 and EGR 301: MNE Major Only
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Principles of heat conduction, forced and free convection and thermal radiation, and their application to various engineering problems. Mass transfer and its analogy to heat transfer phenomena are sketched. Special problems, such as boiling and condensation, heat transfer in high speed flow, and fire propagation are introduced. Mathematical analysis motivated by physical reasoning is emphasized.
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3.00 credits
Class #3577
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bhowmick, Sankha
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 113

MTE - Mathematics Education

MTE 502: Math Meth Middle Schl Teachers

Prerequisite(s): EDU 512
The use of current techniques and materials in teaching mathematics in grades 5-9. Using an integrated approach of pedagogy and content special attention will be given to new information technologies, reform-based teaching practices and problem-solving and reasoning. General mathematical concepts are aligned with the academic standards of the Massachusetts curriculum frameworks.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8120
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Terrell, Karen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 209

MTE 503: Math Meth High School Teachers

Prerequisite(s): EDU 512
The use of current techniques and materials in teaching mathematics in grades 9-12. Using an integrated approach of pedagogy and content special attention will be given to new information technologies, reform-based teaching practices and problem-solving and reasoning. General mathematical concepts are aligned with the academic standards of the Massachusetts curriculum frameworks.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8121
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Terrell, Karen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 209

MTE 508: Geometry in Secondary Grades

Prerequisite(s): none
Survey new types of geometry made possible by dynamic computer graphics as well as topics that help students deepen their understanding of the key ideas of Euclidean and Non-Euclidean geometries. The focus will be on the connections and deep structural themes unifying these areas, and on using geometry to gain a deeper understanding of middle school and high-school geometries.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14342
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Stroup, Walter
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Thu 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 101

MTE 514: Top High School Math Ed - Topic: Technology for STEM Teachers

Prerequisite(s): none
Individual and/or group study under the supervision of a faculty member in an area of high school mathematics for teachers that is not otherwise part of graduate course offerings.
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3.00 credits
Class #2994
Cost: $1,221.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
August 1, 2017 - August 10, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 8:30am-4:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 214

MTH - Mathematics

MTH 146: Finite Mathematics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Math
A study of modern mathematics (excluding calculus) employed in business. Topics include: functions and linear models, systems of linear equations, linear programming, mathematics of finance, sets and counting, and basic probability and statistics. This course is the required math course for Business majors. This course fulfills the general education requirements for Business majors who matriculated prior to Fall 2012 and has been approved by University Studies Curriculum for students matriculating in Fall 2012 or later.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #13263
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Koumas, Sokratis
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MTH 147: Fundamentals of Statistics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Math
An introduction to statistics and probability. Topics include: measures of central tendency and dispersion, elementary probability, binomial, normal, and t-distributions, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals, and a survey of correlation and regression analysis. It is recommended for Psychology, Sociology, Nursing, or other Liberal Arts and Fine Arts majors whose degree program does not require any other courses in mathematics. The course fulfills the general education requirements for sociology, psychology, nursing, education, and other related majors who matriculated prior to Fall 2012 and has been approved by University Studies Curriculum for students matriculating in Fall 2012 or later.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #13264
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kouma, Angeliki
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

MTH 150: Precalculus

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Math
An intensive study of advanced algebra and trigonometry. Topics include: linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, modeling and graphing these functions, and the effects of affine transformations on the graphs of functions. This course prepares students for the study of Calculus I (MTH 151 or MTH 153), which is required for majors in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematical/Computational Biology. This course fulfills the general Calculus I prerequisites for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematical/Computational Biology majors who matriculated prior to Fall 2012 and has been approved by University Studies Curriculum for students matriculating in Fall 2012 or later.
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3.00 credits
Class #2490
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Diamantoni, Timothy
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 109

MTH 152: Calculus II

Prerequisite(s): MTH 151 or MTH 153
General Education Requirement: Math
An intensive study of the techniques and applications of integration and infinite series. Topics include: techniques of integration and its application, improper integrals, infinite series (including convergence tests, the interval of convergence for power series, and Taylor series), and parametric equations and polar coordinates. This is the second semester of the standard calculus sequence designed for students interested in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematical/Computational Biology. This course fulfills the general education core requirements for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematical/Computational Biology majors who matriculated prior to Fall 2012 and has been approved by University Studies Curriculum for students matriculating in Fall 2012 or later.
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4.00 credits
Class #2495
Cost: $1,468.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cabral, Francis
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-1:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 218

MTH 212: Differential Equation

Prerequisite(s): MTH 152 or MTH 154
General Education Requirement: Math
Continuation of MTH 211. Ordinary differential equations of the first order, linear differential equations of the nth order, some nonlinear second order equations, series solutions and Laplace transforms.
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3.00 credits
Class #2496
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Luo, Biyong
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DION 101

MUS - Music

MUS 101: Introduction to Music

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Presents a basic music vocabulary and develops intelligent discrimination in the listener through study and analysis of outstanding works from Gregorian Chant to the present, including music of diverse cultures. Emphasis is also placed on the relationship of the historical development of music to parallel movements in art, drama, philosophical thought, etc.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14609
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Instructor: Cienniwa, Paul
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

MUS 107: Theory Fundamentals

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
A music course for beginners with no theory background. The study of the elements of music, systems of sounds, pitch, meter, rhythm, note values, dynamics, manuscript, etc. Identification, nomenclature, and performance will be carried out through a programmed text, lecture and practical application through singing and playing. This is a foundation course in theory and composition.
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3.00 credits
Class #2970
Cost: $1,239.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cienniwa, Paul
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14610
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Instructor: Milham, Edwin
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR - Nursing

NUR 105: Human Nutrition

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Info & Lit/Nat Science
Develops the learner's knowledge of the major nutrients and their role in human function. It provides the foundation for understanding the relationship of nutrition to health, fitness, energy, weight management, longevity, and disease prevention. Nutritional strategies to promote the health of persons will be introduced. Identification of nutritional needs at each stage in the life cycle will be explored. Skills in written communication and computer data analysis will be enhanced by a dietary self-analysis.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8158
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Instructor: Schwartz, Carolyn
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
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3.00 credits
Class #2502
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Schwartz, Carolyn
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

NUR 214: Scholarly Inquiry

Prerequisite(s): none
The AACN (2008) Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice guided the development of this course which introduces the baccalaureate nursing student to the process of scholarly inquiry. The course focuses on preparing students to be consumers and users of research. Specific connections between theory, components of the research process, and their application to evidence-based practice are explored using research exemplars. Strengths and weaknesses of various quantitative and qualitative research designs are discussed, as is their appropriateness for investigating.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8164
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Instructor: Chung, Joohyn
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 301: Trans Baccalaureate Nur Ed

Prerequisite(s): none
This course serves as a bridge to facilitate the RN student's transition to baccalaureate nursing. Emphasizing emerging technologies, the course explores concepts of professional nursing as a way to guide and promote health and to shape the health care environment. The course content is built on an assumed foundation of basic nursing preparation and clinical experience of the registered nurse and the 2008 AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Nursing Practice.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8165
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Waite, Stacey
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8166
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Waite, Stacey
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

NUR 306: Professional Nursing

Prerequisite(s): NUR 301
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Information & Computer
This is a professional role development course for RN students that focuses on three key processes used by the nurse to maximize health: promoting health, guiding persons through the health care experience and shaping the health care environment. Factors that impact professional nursing practice are considered through critical analysis of historical influences, philosophical perspectives, professional standards, economic forces and public policy. Emphasis is placed on introducing the theoretical basis for practice, and the development of critical thinking, scholarly writing, and communication skills.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8167
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8168
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Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017
Section 7103: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14474
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pero, Sharon
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 322: Holistic Health Assessment RNs

Prerequisite(s): none
Builds upon RN knowledge and skills to conduct a holistic health assessment of persons that respects developmental differences across the life span. Emphasis is on health and development of persons. Assessment, consistent with AACN (2008) The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice and the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice (2010) is foundational to the nurse's goal of maximizing health. Students will engage in caring behaviors and critical thinking when conducting a holistic assessment.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
4.00 credits
Class #14154
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Instructor: Lynch, Shelley
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 330: Community Nursing

Prerequisite(s): NUR 326, 327; Co-req: NUR 331
Prepares the nursing student to promote health and provide care for the community and aggregate, with a special emphasis upon vulnerable populations as the focus of service. The student should gain the ability to identify strategies to promote health of families, groups, and populations in the community. The course uses Healthy People 2020 objectives and leading health indicators that reflect the major national health concerns. Principles of epidemiology, demography, environmental sciences, community organization, and health care political, economic, and legal influences are integrated with nursing concepts and principles to provide the basis for community nursing practice. Community and aggregate strengths and risks are identified. Special emphasis will be placed upon implementation strategies designed to promote the health of populations, guide populations to reduce identified health risks and to shape health policy.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8171
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
Instructor: Femia, Carol
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8172
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
Instructor: Femia, Carol
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 331: Exp Learn:Com Health Nursing

Prerequisite(s): Co-Requisite NUR 330
This experiential learning course prepares nursing students to promote health and provide care for individuals, families, and groups, and populations in the community, with a special emphasis upon vulnerable populations. Principles of epidemiology, demography, environmental sciences, community organization, and health care political, economic, legal influences are integrated with nursing concepts and principles to provide the basis for community nursing practice. Community and aggregate strengths and risks are identified through community health nursing process. Students will implement strategies designed to promote the health of populations, guide populations to reduce identified health risks, and to shape health policy consistent with ANA Scope and Standards of Public Health Nursing Practice (2007) and AACN (2008) The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate clinical
3.00 credits
Class #8173
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate clinical
3.00 credits
Class #8174
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
Instructor: Butler, Shawna
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7103: on-line undergraduate clinical
3.00 credits
Class #8175
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: closed
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7104: on-line undergraduate clinical
3.00 credits
Class #8176
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Status: closed
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 409: Leadership in Nursing

Prerequisite(s): RN Standing
Theories and concepts associated with leadership and organizational skills are discussed as they pertain to the role of the professional nurse in the healthcare environment. Knowledge and skills associated with functioning as a leader of care as well as a ;member of the healthcare team are identified, including strategies to enhance personal and professional effectiveness. Contemporary health care issues are discussed related to quality and patient safety and the role of the nurse as leader in effecting improved patient outcomes individually and in teams. Course development was guided by the AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (2008).
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8177
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 452: Nurs Care of Chronic Illness

Prerequisite(s): NUR 214, 301, 302, 306, 322;
This course focuses on the nurse's role in guiding persons with chronic illness and their families through the health care experience. The course builds upon the RN student's knowledge from nursing theory, clinical practice, and research that supports a holistic perspective of the experience of chronic illness. Selected concepts of chronic illness such as quality of life, altered mobility, sexuality, body image, stigma, social isolation, compliance and chronic pain are the foundation knowledge for promoting health within the chronic illness experience. The challenges placed on chronically ill adults and their families in negotiating for care within the health delivery system are explored as they relate to patient outcomes. ANA (2010) Scope and Standards of Practice guides nursing care as well as the AACN 2008 Baccalaureate Essentials.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8178
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 500: Theoretical Found Adv Nur Prac

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated Grad Students
Focus on the pivotal role of theory and theoretical thinking in the exploration, development and advancement of knowledge for nursing practice. Broad areas explored include concept and theory evolution within nursing and related science, and the relationship between concepts, theory, research and practice. Graduate students engage in elucidating the distinctive perspectives of the nursing discipline in promoting health, guiding persons through health care experience and shaping the health care environment.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14470
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pawloski, Katie
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 503: Transitions Adv Nurs Practice

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated Grad Students
For Registered Nurses with bachelor degrees in areas other than nursing. The purpose of the course is to provide non-traditional students with a common knowledge base including the community perspective as a foundation for graduate study in nursing. Students examine realities of modern nursing practice; explore the philosophical, professional, and theoretical bases for nursing practice as a framework for graduate study; reflect on professional practice and evaluate it in light of established standards; explore strategies aimed at promoting success in graduate education such as critical thinking and written communication; analyze issues and trends in the health care delivery system; and develop a population focus for nursing interventions that improve health outcomes consistent with Healthy People 2020. In addition, students examine professional values essential to advancing nursing practice.
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3.00 credits
Class #2921
Cost: $1,395.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Sobczak, Janet
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
June 13, 2017 - August 16, 2017

NUR 520: US Health Care Delivery System

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated Grad Students
Examination of various quality, safety, legal, and ethical factors that influence the US health care system. The focus is on the scope of health care delivery, financing, and regulation of the health care system and moving the patient through the continuum of health care. Selected mechanisms such as policy formulation, cost effectiveness analysis, accreditation, and quality assurance programs that shape the health care environment are examined.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14471
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pawloski, Katie
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

NUR 605: Statistical Analysis of Data

Prerequisite(s): NUR Graduate Standing
Focus on exploring, organizing, and presenting quantitative data. Emphasis is on practical application of statistical methods for use in nursing practice. Topics include normal distributions, descriptive statistics and t-tests. Specific statistical models presented include analysis of variance (ANOVA), analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), repeated measures ANOVA, simple linear regression, and logistic regression. Students will utilize and interpret statistical computer software outputs and draw statistical conclusions based on the data.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #2514
Cost: $1,869.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Pawloski, Katie
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
July 10, 2017 - August 21, 2017

PHL - Philosophy

PHL 101: Intro to Philosophy

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural&Art Literacy/Ethics
An introduction to philosophy as the persistent and methodical attempt to think clearly about universal problems of human life, such as ways of knowing and studies in value.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8184
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Fields, Keota
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

PHL 104: ID:Gender, Race, Sexuality

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
A cross-disciplinary course in Women' s Studies and Social Philosophy which examines the concepts and intersections of Gender, Race, and Sexuality. The course examines whether these identities exist as natural "facts" or are socially constructed, while also questioning how we are to understand individuals who do not fit - or refuse to fit - into these categories.
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3.00 credits
Class #2552
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Arruda, Elisabeth
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

PHL 215: Introduction to Ethics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult&Art Lit/Ethics/Writing
A critical examination of normative theories of obligation and value. It includes philosophical examination of some moral problems including but not limited to: abortion, euthanasia, death penalty, gender and sexual orientation equality, pornography and censorship, violence, and economic injustice. Numerous ethical theories will be discussed, including but not limited to: Cultural Relativism, Ethical Subjectivism, Ethical Egoism, Divine Command Theory, Utilitarianism, Rights Theories, Kantianism, Social Contract Theory, and Feminist Ethics.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8185
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nulty, Timothy
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

PHL 317: Ethics & Hlth Care Prof

Prerequisite(s): Junior Standing in Medical Laboratory Science, Philosophy, Nursing
General Education Requirement: Cultural&Art Literacy/Ethics
An examination of the ethical aspects of the health care professions and the impact of ethical issues on the professional's life. Topics include: responsibility, conscience, professional codes of ethics, privacy, informed consent, access to health care, loss and death.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8187
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nulty, Timothy
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

PHL 340: Philosophy of Happiness

Prerequisite(s): Semester course in Philosophy or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Exploration of historical and contemporary concepts of happiness, as well as causes of happiness. This course examines the nature of happiness, surveying philosophical perspectives on happiness, as well as the likely causes of happiness, utilizing current scientific studies on happiness to help inform the philosophical theories discussed. Insights from positive psychology may also be explored.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10189
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mulnix, Jennifer
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PHY - Physics

PHY 102: Introduction to Physics II

Prerequisite(s): PHY 101 or permission of instructor; Corequisite: MTH 102 recommended
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
Continuation of PHY 101. The topics covered include heat and thermodynamics, vibrations, optics, electricity and magnetism. Non-calculus presentation.
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3.00 credits
Class #2942
Cost: $1,101.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Yonika, Alec
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 114

PHY 104: General Physics Lab II

Prerequisite(s): PHY 102 or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A laboratory course that accompanies PHY 102. Experiments provide students with a solid understanding of basic DC circuit concepts and an introduction to AC circuits.
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1.00 credits
Class #2943
Cost: $367.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hao, Yun
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 201

PHY 114: Classical Physics II

Prerequisite(s): PHY 111 or PHY 113; MTH 152 or MTH 154 or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
A calculus-based introduction to the concepts of electricity and magnetism. Study of electric and magnetic fields, electric potential, capacitance and inductance, elementary circuits, and electromagnetic oscillations. Laboratory experiments provide students with a solid understanding of basic DC circuit concepts and an introduction to AC circuits.
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4.00 credits
Class #2944
Cost: $1,468.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hao, Yun
Lab time meets together with PHY104 section.
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 201
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 118
Tue/Wed/Thu 1:00pm-4:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 118
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room SENG 201

PHY 151: Intro Astronomy

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Natural Science Technology
An introduction to astronomy that describes the advancement of astronomical knowledge and surveys the contents, properties, and physical processes of the universe. Simple mathematics will be used. Evening observing sessions at the UMass Dartmouth Observatory will be offered. The course is designed for non-science majors.
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3.00 credits
Class #3166
Cost: $1,236.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rajapakse, Renuka
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14795
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hirshfeld, Alan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL - Public Policy

POL 500: Public Institution&Pol Process

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
The institutional, political, and normative context of the public policy process. The course introduces students to the central issues and major areas in U.S. public policy, such as health and welfare, education, economic policy, tax policy, and environmental policy. The course also reviews the key concepts and process models used to analyze public policy in the United States.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8202
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: McGuire, Chad
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

POL 510: Public Management

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Overview of the responsibilities of a public administrator in the context of specific areas of public management, to create a context of professional understanding for the public policy professional. Areas include organizational structure; strategic planning; management decision-making; staffing, training, and motivating employees; leadership development; budgeting, program design, implementation, and evaluation; ethical considerations for public managers, and providing support to policy makers.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8203
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Goodman, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 530: Policy Analysis

Prerequisite(s): POL 581
Reviews the major theoretical and analytical approaches to the assessment and evaluation of public policies in a variety of contexts. The face-to-face iteration of this course is typically taught as a practicum where students are provided with an opportunity to conduct a supervised real world policy analysis project for a community based partner.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8204
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 531: Program Evaluation

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Practical application of appropriate social science research methodology to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of public and non-profit sector programs and policies. Covers a broad range of topics including how to develop an evaluation plan, how to design various types of evaluations such as process, impact, cost-benefit, and cost-effectiveness evaluations, and how to manage evaluation projects.
Section 7101: on-line graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8205
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 540: Microeconomics for Public Pol

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Development of microeconomic theory, applications, and price policy. Covers the theory of price determination, resource allocation, income distribution, and welfare economics, with particular emphasis to public policy issues. Perfectly competitive markets and models of imperfect competition are covered, including applications of game theory. Theory is integrated with public policy questions.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8206
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lynch, Devon
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 542: Law and Education

Prerequisite(s): none
Comprehensive review of the law and jurisprudence that governs public (and private) education in the United States. Topics will include an analysis of Education as a fundamental right and as a unique governmental function of the Federal and state governments; the constitutional powers, prerogatives and limitations that these governmental entities have for carrying out public education and regulate the private sector; and the rights and duties of parents, students, teachers, and administrators inside and outside the schools.
Section 7101: on-line graduate course
3.00 credits
Class #8207
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 560: Environ Consequence Globaliza

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
The environmental consequences of unregulated economic activity, rapid industrialization, and population growth. The course focuses on the Global South, but also examines the effects of profligate consumption patterns, the practices of Northern-based corporations, and other aspects of the globalization process that impact the world's collective environmental security. Unsustainable environmental practices that impact climate change, biodiversity, the world's natural resource base, and food supply are examined.
Section 7101: on-line graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8208
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Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 570: Hist & Phil Found Amer Ed

Prerequisite(s): none
Examining the foundations of American Education. In this course students will gain a historical and philosophical critical understanding of change in American Education from the colonial times to the present. They will analyze the interdisciplinary nature of the foundations of education with a focus on the intersections of culture, knowledge, and power.
Section 7101: on-line graduate course
3.00 credits
Class #8209
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Instructor: Ramirez-Soto, Ismael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 580: Statistical Analysis

Prerequisite(s): POL 581
A case study approach involving the following statistical concepts: descriptive statistics, probability distribution, statistical estimation, chi-square testing, analysis of variance and si mple regression-correlation analysis.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8210
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Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 581: Rsch Meth for Public Policy

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Research-based course that reviews the process of applied research design, secondary data research techniques, appropriate techniques and sources for internet research, and the use of mixed methodological strategies in applied policy research. The course requires students to conduct independent policy research within this framework and it requires students to produce a final research paper on a policy issue selected by the student.
Section 7101: on-line graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8211
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Instructor: Goodman, Michael
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 585: Applied Policy Rsch Seminar

Prerequisite(s): PST 500, 580, 581; or permission of instructor
The methods, techniques, and data sources for conducting applied policy research and the preparation of analytic reports designed to influence decision-making in government, business, education, and other organizational settings.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8212
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Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 599: Policy Studies Internship

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
A policy-related internship tailored to each students' career preferences or academic interests. The selection of an internship venue will occur in consultation with the student's MPP advisor and with the approval of the MPP Internship Coordinator. The Internship venue is usually selected from a pre-approved list of local, state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations and private sector businesses. Note: The field work component of the internship (2 credits) is waived if an individual has at least two years substantial and relevant work experience in a policy making or public management position, although students must still enroll in the academic course component (one credit) of the internship to graduate.
Section 7101: on-line graduate practicum
3.00 credits
Class #8213
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Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Section 7102: on-line graduate practicum
1.00 credits
Class #13823
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Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POL 663: Ocean Policy and Law

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
The interrelation between law and policy in the particular context of the marine environment. Course surveys coastal zone management, offshore resource management, marine pollution, and domestic and international ocean policy. Students are offered a broad perspective on legal and administrative issues affecting the oceans worldwide.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8214
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Instructor: McGuire, Chad
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

POM - Production & Operation Mgmt

POM 212: Business Statistics

Prerequisite(s): MTH 146
Examines both descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to business. Topics include graphical and tabular methods of data presentation, probability theory and distributions, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression and forecasting. Emphasis is placed on concepts, applications, and the proper use of statistics to collect, analyze, and interpret data. Throughout this course students will use computer software to perform statistical analyses. Students will learn how to make decisions using facts and the techniques of data analysis. Students will also use the internet to supplement classroom learning.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8377
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Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POM 333: Intro to Business Analysis

Prerequisite(s): POM 212
Data analytics to describe, predict, advise decision-making, & improve business performance. The student will learn how to analyze business problems using a quantitative decision-making approach. This course focuses on methods, descriptive/predictive models for decision-making, & possible actions that would profit from analysis & results examined in a business context. This course is required of all undergraduate business majors.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8379
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Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

POM 345: Operations Management

Prerequisite(s): POM 212 or ECO 345 for HAS majors
Design, development, direction, and distribution methods used to deliver goods and services. Topics covered include operations strategy and the management of quality, inventory, supply, capacity and demand, and others. Conceptual, analytical, and quantitative techniques are taught to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of transformation processes in organizations.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8380
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Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2897
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

POM 447: Project Management

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Project selection, financial and non-financial methodologies, and computerized project management tools for the evaluation and selection of a project. The roles of project managers in planning, scheduling, and controlling of the projects, including determination of appropriate project teams, resource allocation, budgeting and cost estimation are among topics in this course.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8381
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Instructor: Li, Yuzhu
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

POM 448: Supply Chain Management

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Planning and control of activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and logistics management activities. The course explores key issues associated with the design and management of supply chains, focusing on strategies, tactics and operations of purchasing, logistics and supply chain management. Attention is given to the tasks that minimize total supply chain costs subject to various service requirements.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8378
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POM 450: Business Logistics

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Analysis of the concepts of business logistics from a global operations perspective. Topics include customer service, inventory management, information systems, order processing and fulfillment, transportation, third party logistics, warehousing, logistics relationships, performance measurement, and logistics strategy. Emphasis will be placed on challenges related to providing logistical support for procurement, manufacturing and distribution.
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3.00 credits
Class #2898
Cost: $1,188.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Sirisomboonsuk, Pinyarat
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

POM 452: Service Operations Health Care

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Service operations and contemporary policy issues related to health care. Health care spending and costs, quality of care delivered, use of health information technology and other topics affecting the efficiency and effectiveness of health care are examined from a multidisciplinary perspective that embraces both business and policy disciplines. Operational, financial, and system concerns are covered in the course.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8382
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Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

POM 500: Statistical Analysis

Prerequisite(s): none
A case study approach involving the following statistical concepts: descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, probability distribution, statistical estimation, chi-square testing, analysis of variance and simple regression-correlation analysis.
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3.00 credits
Class #2899
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8383
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Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

POM 651: Creat Value Thru Oper Analysis

Prerequisite(s): none
Techniques for the analysis and improvement of the value-adding activities of an organization. The course develops operational decision-making skills used under real-life conditions of uncertainty & incomplete information. Through analyzing cases & problems, exercising judgement, & resolving difficult challenges, students learn how to become leaders in the efficient & effective management of processes & projects. This course is relevant for managers in any manufacturing or service line of work who are concerned with continuous improvement.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8384
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Status: closed
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POM 675: Intrntl Supply Chain Mgt

Prerequisite(s): none
Management of the flow of materials into, through, and out of operations in an international context. The course investigates how to manage such complexities as long distances, currency fluctuations, variable infrastructures, diverse cultures, political instability, and dissimilar legal systems. The value-adding activities of procurement, manufacturing/operations, and logistics/distribution are conceptualized as one integrated supply chain. By understanding various facets of the supply chain, this course will provide sufficient insight to analyze the challenges of configurations and coordination in a global environment.
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3.00 credits
Class #2900
Cost: $1,833.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

POM 684: Lean Operations in Health Care

Prerequisite(s): none
Introduction to transformation processes that minimize waste and maximize the value of customer care. Topics include knowledge-based design, scientific observation and continuous experimentation, small impact problem solving, employee empowerment, and other Lean techniques. Exploration of Lean in a wide variety of real world healthcare organizations is integrated into the course.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8385
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Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POR - Portuguese

POR 101: Elementary Portuguese I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Introduction to the foundations of the Portuguese language for students who have little or no knowledge of Portuguese. Students develop listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills. The course offers regular presentation of music and slides/websites depicting everyday life in Portuguese-speaking countries.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8193
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Instructor: Tebaldi, Analia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POR 102: Elementary Portuguese II

Prerequisite(s): POR 101 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of POR 101. Short readings on contemporary life in Portuguese-speaking countries will be introduced.
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3.00 credits
Class #2530
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ristau, Jaqueline
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

POR 201: Intermediate Portuguese I

Prerequisite(s): POR 102 or 103
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of Portuguese for students who have had a solid introduction to the Portuguese language. In addition to focusing on grammatical concepts and conversation, new vocabulary will be introduced. Greater emphasis will be given to writing. Readings include short stories, newspaper and magazine articles, and poetry. There will also be a more intensive look at topics of relevance to the Portuguese-speaking world, including aspects of social and cultural interest.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8194
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Instructor: Tebaldi, Analia
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

POR 313: The Art of Portugal

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult/Art/Literacy/Global/Info
Introduction to the cultural development of the Portuguese people throughout history. Lectures, class discussions, written and oral reports on significant aspects of Portuguese literary, social and artistic life.
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3.00 credits
Class #2532
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pereira, Mario
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

POR 581: Seminar in Portuguese

Prerequisite(s): POR 331 & POR 332 or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
The study of a specific topic, author, or literary period from Portugal, Brazil and/or Lusophone Africa. May be repeated with change in content.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8195
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Larkosh, Christopher
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 120

POR 620: Seminar in Portuguese Lit

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Standing or permission of instructor
Study of a selected topic, period, author or genre in Portuguese literature and culture. Literary texts, canonical and non-canonical alike, are discussed in a broadly cultural context and from a theoretically informed perspective. Focused written assignments and/or formal oral presentations contribute to the development of individual research projects pursued by the students.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8196
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mendes, Vitor
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 103

POR 650: Comp Studies Port Speak World

Prerequisite(s): none
Study of a selected topic, period or genre from a comparative perspective encompassing various literatures and cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world and including, if applicable, other Western and non-Western theoretical, literary and cultural readings. Literary texts, canonical and non-canonical alike, are discussed in a broadly cultural context and from a theoretically informed perspective. Focused written assignments and/or formal oral presentations contribute to the development of individual research projects pursued by the students.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8197
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Instructor: Klobucka, Anna
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 4:00pm-6:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 103

PSC - Political Science

PSC 101: Intro American Politics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Ethics
Theory and practice of national government in Congress, the Presidency, and the Supreme Court, and the interaction of these institutions with interest groups, political parties, public opinion and the mass media.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8188
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Instructor: Jenkins, Shannon
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PSC 151: Intro Comparatv Politics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Global Awareness
Comparative analysis of the political processes, ideologies, development, and governmental structure of countries from different regions of the world.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8189
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Achilov, Dilshod
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PSC 249: Intermed Writing in Pol Sci

Prerequisite(s): none
Writing in Political Science. Variable topics course used for instruction in political science writing methods.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8190
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Instructor: Sandby-Thomas, Peter
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PSC 322: Constitutional Law

Prerequisite(s): PSC 101 or CJS 190 or Upper Division Standing or Permission of Instructor
General Education Requirement: Writing/Oral Skills
Course centers on the development of the constitutional framework of American government with emphasis placed on reading and analysis of U.S. Supreme Court cases. Topics covered may include judicial review, separation of powers, federalism government regulatory authority, and the rights of criminal defendants.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8191
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Prentiss, David
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PSC 342: Public Administration

Prerequisite(s): none
Examination of the general nature of the bureaucracy in public and private organization and in various cultural contexts. Attention is given to administrative responsibility.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8192
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Fobanjong, John
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

PSC 370: Latin American Politics

Prerequisite(s): PSC Major or Uppper Division/Junior Standing or Permission of Instructor

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3.00 credits
Class #2538
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pallister, Kevin
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

PSY - Psychology

PSY 502: Statistical Methods Psychology

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Psychology majors
Advanced study of statistical methods in psychology including analysis of variance and regression. Previous experience with the SPSS statistical program is necessary. This course is intended for those who have completed an undergraduate statistics course.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8200
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Revell, Andrew
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 110

PSY 504: Topics in Child Development

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Psychology majors
The goal of this course is to conduct a detailed exploration of several domains of child development. After reviewing research methodology and overarching theoretical concerns specific to developmental psychology, the course will focus on physical and motoric development, cognitive development, social development, emotional development, and moral development. Starting with a review of the basic developmental theories applicable to each domain, readings from the current literature on typical and atypical development will be examined.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8201
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Boone, Richard
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 213

PSY 509: Prin Applied Behavior Analysis

Prerequisite(s): MA ABA Option, ABA Certificate Program, or permission of instructor
The basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis relevant to the design and implementation of behavioral interventions in educational and human service environments will be presented in this course. Behavioral principles such as schedules of reinforcement, measurement techniques, analysis and interpretation of behavioral data, ethical, and pragmatic issues will be covered. Student will critique the validity and usefulness behavioral research to applied problems. Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis is the first of a 5-course sequence that has been approved by Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). Completion of this 5-course sequence is one of the requirements necessary to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification exam.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14457
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Querim Campanale, Angie
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 206

PSY 529: Ethics&Professionalism in ABA

Prerequisite(s): PSY 509 & 526
Ethics and Professional Guidelines for Behavioral Analysts. The course will cover the BACB fourth edition task list and the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts. Ethical and professional dilemmas in the practice of ABA therapy will be discussed.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14458
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 214

PSY 531: Behavioral Assessment

Prerequisite(s): PSY 509
Study of the underlying assumptions of conducting behavioral assessments. The components of an effective behavioral assessment that will be presented are indirect or anecdotal methods (checklists, rating scales, and questionnaires), descriptive analysis (scatter plot, ABC analysis, interval and time sampling methods), and functional analysis (experimental methods, brief functional analyses).
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14477
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 204

PSY 583: Fldwk&Sem App Behav Analy II

Prerequisite(s): none
Supervised experience in Applied Behavior Analysis required as part of the BCBA exam. Experience is in approved sites. Fieldwork contract approval is required. Seminar is based on fieldwork experience.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
2.00 credits
Class #14459
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 204

REL - Religious Studies

REL 327: Witchcraft, Magic & Religion

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 or SOA 111
Offers critical, cross-cultural and comparative perspectives on religion, magic and witchcraft and how people in different cultures conceive of the supernatural. Surveys how scholars have defined religion, symbol and myth and why some practices and beliefs come to be defined as "religions" while others are characterized as "myth, "sorcery, or "witchcraft".
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8219
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cabral, Stephen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Sat 9:00am-12:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

SCI - Science

SCI 554: Sp Top Second Educator-Biology - Topic: Technology for STEM Teachers

Prerequisite(s): none
An advanced treatment of special topics in biology with an emphasis on recent developments. The subject matter varies from year to year.
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3.00 credits
Class #2993
Cost: $1,272.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Witzig, Stephen
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2017 Summer - Unique Session
August 1, 2017 - August 10, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 8:30am-4:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 208

SOA - Sociology-Anthropology

SOA 101: Introduction to Sociology

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Diversity
A survey of the fundamental principles of sociology and the basic factors conditioning social behavior.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14153
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Robinson, Robin
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SOA 211: Thinking through Writing

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 or SOA 111 or SOA 113;Corequisite: Majors Only; Non majors with instructor permission only
Introduction to discipline-specific forms of argumentation through the in-depth exploration of questions about the social and cultural world. Specific topics will vary from course to course, but all sections focus on the development of students' informational literacy, writing, and analytic skills relevant to sociological and anthropological inquiry. This course is required for Sociology/Anthropology majors and may be taken before or concurrently with SOC 200. It meets the University Studies Intermediate Writing Requirement.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8216
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Knauer, Lisa
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 6:30pm-9:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 108

SOA 315: Health and Healing

Prerequisite(s): At least Sophomore standing
General Education Requirement: Global Awareness
Exploration of how culture and systems of social inequality shape health and health care practices in different societies around the world. The course examines cultural concepts of health, illness, and healing; the nature of the therapeutic encounter; and the impact of differences in wealth, race, gender on health and access to health care. This course is especially relevant for students pursuing careers in health and social service fields and who are interested in understanding culture and cultural diversity.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8217
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Caldera, Kathryn
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SOA 327: Witchcraft, Magic & Religion

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 or SOA 111
Offers critical, cross-cultural and comparative perspectives on religion, magic and witchcraft and how people in different cultures conceive of the supernatural. Surveys how scholars have defined religion, symbol and myth and why some practices and beliefs come to be defined as "religions" while others are characterized as "myth, "sorcery, or "witchcraft".
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8218
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cabral, Stephen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Sat 9:00am-12:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

SOA 331: Race and Ethnicity

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 OR SOA 111 OR SOA 113 OR 1 BLS course
A study of the concepts of "race" and "ethnic group" and the role these concepts play in social interaction and social differentiation.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8220
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Oni, Jacob
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SOA 381: Socl Impact of Sci&Tech

Prerequisite(s): At least Sophomore standing
A look at the scientific and technological world views: the claim that tools are value-free, that knowledge (software, etc.) should be property; that natural and social reality should be quantified.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2549
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Robertson, Jean
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

SPA - Spanish

SPA 101: Elementary Spanish I

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Essentials of aural-oral, reading and writing with intensive drilling on pronunciation, intonation and grammar.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8134
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Carnes, Karen
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SPA 102: Elementary Spanish II

Prerequisite(s): SPA 101 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of SPA 101.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2236
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rivera, Sandra
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish I

Prerequisite(s): SPA 102, SPA 103 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Review of grammar with composition and aural-oral practice. Introduction to Hispanic Culture and civilization through intensive and extensive reading.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8135
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rivera, Sandra
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish II

Prerequisite(s): SPA 201 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of SPA 201.
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2240
Cost: $1,050.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Vargas, Blanca
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017:
Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 203

SPA 303: Mapping the Hispanic World

Prerequisite(s): none
An introduction to Hispanic cultural studies. This 3 credit learner-based online culture course, delivered in English, introduces students to the social, political and economic forces that created the Hispanic cultures of Spain, Latin America, and the Latino U.S.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #10187
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Biron, Christina
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

SPA 581: Seminar in Spanish - Topic: Span Civ & Cult through Cinema

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
An intensive study of a specific topic or topics, such as a particular author, genre, or literary movement. The topic or topics will vary from year to year so that the course may be repeated with credit.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar
3.00 credits
Class #8136
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Del Pozo Ortea, Marta
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 102

VPA - Visual & Performing Arts

VPA 500: Differential Learning/Teaching - Topic: Special Needs: K-12 Arts Class

Prerequisite(s): none
This course will focus on what art teachers need to know about their students and what special needs they may have. Rather than solving all problems we will look at strategies for creating open-ended lessons that will document not just the destination but also the journey. Participants will be asked to share past experiences, pose possible problems and look for better solutions in working with special needs populations in both integrated and self-contained classes.
Section 8101: in person contin. ed non credit workshop
non-credit
Class #2610
Program Fee: $120.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Geisser, Peter
This course will focus on what art teachers need to know about their students and what special needs they may have. Rather than solving all problems we will look at strategies for creating open-ended lessons that will document not just the destination but also the journey. Participants will be asked to share past experiences, pose possible problems and look for better solutions in working with special needs populations in both integrated and self-contained classes. *PDP’s offered specifically for Special Needs licensure renewal requirement, strategies for effective schooling for students with disabilities and instruction of students with diverse learning styles.
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2017 Summer - CVPA Summer Non Credit
July 5, 2017 - July 7, 2017:
Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 263
Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 263
Section 8102: in person contin. ed non credit workshop Register Now
non-credit
Class #2611
Program Fee: $120.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Geisser, Maura
This course will focus on what art teachers need to know about their students and what special needs they may have. Rather than solving all problems we will look at strategies for creating open-ended lessons that will document not just the destination but also the journey. Participants will be asked to share past experiences, pose possible problems and look for better solutions in working with special needs populations in both integrated and self-contained classes. *PDP’s offered specifically for Special Needs licensure renewal requirement, strategies for effective schooling for students with disabilities and instruction of students with diverse learning styles.
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2017 Summer - CVPA Summer Non Credit
July 17, 2017 - July 19, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 259
Mon/Tue/Wed 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 259

VPA 501: Sheltered English Immersion - Topic: (SEI) for Arts Educators

Prerequisite(s): none
The purpose of this class is to prepare Massachusetts art educators with the requisite knowledge and skills to shelter instruction effectively as it pertains to the discipline of the visual arts, and in so doing meet the needs of our ever increasing population of English language learners (ELLs), so that they can equitably "...access the curriculum, achieve academic success, and contribute their multilingual and multicultural resources as participants and future leaders in the 21st century global economy.
Section 8101: in person contin. ed non credit workshop Register Now
non-credit
Class #2612
Program Fee: $120.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Moore, Constance
The purpose of this class is to prepare Massachusetts art educators with the requisite knowledge and skills to shelter instruction effectively as it pertains to the discipline of the visual arts, and in so doing meet the needs of our ever increasing population of English language learners (ELLs), so that they can equitably ". . .access the curriculum, achieve academic success, and contribute their multilingual and multicultural resources as participants and future leaders in the 21st century global economy." *PDP’s offered specifically for SEI/ English as a second language licensure renewal requirement
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2017 Summer - CVPA Summer Non Credit
June 28, 2017 - June 30, 2017:
Wed/Thu/Fri 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 263
Section 8102: in person contin. ed non credit workshop Register Now
non-credit
Class #2613
Program Fee: $120.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Moore, Constance
The purpose of this class is to prepare Massachusetts art educators with the requisite knowledge and skills to shelter instruction effectively as it pertains to the discipline of the visual arts, and in so doing meet the needs of our ever increasing population of English language learners (ELLs), so that they can equitably ". . .access the curriculum, achieve academic success, and contribute their multilingual and multicultural resources as participants and future leaders in the 21st century global economy." *PDP’s offered specifically for SEI/ English as a second language licensure renewal requirement
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2017 Summer - CVPA Summer Non Credit
July 10, 2017 - July 12, 2017:
Mon/Tue/Wed 9:00am-3:00pm, Dartmouth - Room CVPA 259

WGS - Women's and Gender Studies

WGS 101: Intro Women's & Gender Studies

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Diversity
Basic concepts and perspectives in Women's Studies, placing women's experience at the center of interpretation. With focus on women's history and contemporary issues, the course examines women's lives with emphasis on how gender interacts with race, class, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. The central aim is to foster critical reading and thinking about women's lives: how the interlocking systems of oppression, colonialism, racism, sexism, and ethnocentrism shape women's lives; and how women have worked to resist these oppressions. This course satisfies a social science distribution requirement and the general education diversity requirement.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8222
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Arruda, Elisabeth
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2017 Fall - First Fall Mini-session
September 6, 2017 - October 25, 2017

WGS 104: ID:Gender, Race, Sexuality

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
A cross-disciplinary course in Women' s Studies and Social Philosophy which examines the concepts and intersections of Gender, Race, and Sexuality. The course examines whether these identities exist as natural "facts" or are socially constructed, while also questioning how we are to understand individuals who do not fit - or refuse to fit - into these categories.
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3.00 credits
Class #2551
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Arruda, Elisabeth
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

WGS 201: Intro to Feminist Theory

Prerequisite(s): WGS majors/minors and LAR majors only, or by permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Diversity
Overview of the different frameworks within feminist theory: cultural feminism, liberal feminism, Marxist/socialist feminism, radical feminism, womanist feminism/multicultural, French feminism, third wave, and lesbian. These theories will be examined through the work of founders of feminist theory like Adrienne Rich, Simone DeBeauvoir, Robin Morgan, Charlotte Bunch, Audre Lorde, and Betty Friedan, among others. This course fulfills the social science distribution requirement.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8223
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gardner, Catherine H
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

WGS 300: Topics Women's&Gender Studies - Topic: Racism, Crime & Justice

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Lit/Diversity/Wrtng
Topics will be determined by the faculty member and will therefore vary.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8081
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2017 Fall - Second Fall Mini-session
October 26, 2017 - December 14, 2017

WGS 300: Topics Women's&Gender Studies - Topic: Women/Gender Brazilian History

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Lit/Diversity/Wrtng
Topics will be determined by the faculty member and will therefore vary.
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #2924
Cost: $1,185.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2017 Summer - 2nd 5 Week Session
July 18, 2017 - August 16, 2017

WGS 312: Feminist Research Methods

Prerequisite(s):WGS majors and minors, LAR majors with concentration in WGS, CJS majors and minors.
General Education Requirement: Writing
Framework for thinking and learning about research in women's studies. The course provides an overview of the terminology and key concepts in feminist research methods. It begins with an examination of feminist critiques of traditional methods of research and conceptions of knowledge. The course then covers, among other things, work on standpoint theory, research methods in the natural and social sciences, ethical/political issues in research and the practice of cross-cultural research.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8224
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

WGS 321: Women, Crime, and the Law

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
Exploration of the impact that women have on the criminal justice system, as well as the impact that the system has upon women. This course will serve to provide an alternative to the traditional focus of criminal justice courses. It explores issues relevant to understanding the experience of women and girls as both offenders and victims, as well as practitioners in the criminal and legal systems.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #8079
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krumholz, Susan
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

WGS 362: Women in World History - Topic: Women in World History

Prerequisite(s): none
An exploration of the lives of ordinary women and men in relation to their place in the fabric of global history. The course fosters understanding of the world's infinite variety of cultures by examining what particular constructions of gender tell us about those societies and our own. The main strategy focuses on biography as a tool weaving through gender, class, race, and ethnicity in particular historical periods.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14526
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2017 Fall - 14-week session
September 6, 2017 - December 16, 2017

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