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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 #8097
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Hsieh, Tien-Shih
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8098
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Jacobsen, Christopher
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
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3.00 credits
Class #14961
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Jacobsen, Christopher
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8099
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8104
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8105
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Song, Liang
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 355: Accounting Information Systems

Prerequisite(s): ACT 211, Junior Standing, CCB Majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chair
General Education Requirement: Ethics/Information & Computer
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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8106
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 399: Internship in Accounting

Prerequisite(s): At least Junior standing; Business majors only and permission of the internship director
Work experience at a specialized level supervised for graded academic credit by a faculty member in the student's major field. Terms and hours to be arranged. Students must register in advance to receive credit for an internship in the Business College. Deadline for registration and approval for internship contracts is the end of the add/drop period; no late contracts or registrations will be accepted. For specific procedures and regulations, see section of catalog on Other Learning Experiences.
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3.00 credits
Class #8107
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Griffin, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8108
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Han, Shipeng
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #10644
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Osborne, Nancy
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 431: Advanced Managerial Accounting

Prerequisite(s): ACT 351 and Senior standing; Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
Advanced concepts and methods of the flow of accounting information through the organization. The course emphasizes uses of accounting so that managers can effectively make plans to control resources, including planning and controlling of business activities and managerial decision making.
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3.00 credits
Class #8109
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Song, Liang
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8184
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gupta, Dawn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 454: Financial Statement Analysis

Prerequisite(s): ACT 311, 312, w/min. grade of C, Business Majors Only
Analysis of financial statements. This course will provide a solid foundation in financial statement analysis for professional accountants, business managers, financial analysts, investors, creditors, and lenders.
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3.00 credits
Class #13951
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Han, Shipeng
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8187
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 601: Auditing

Prerequisite(s): ACT 511 (C or Better)
Practical application of standards and techniques in audit and assurance engagements. It will extend your fundamental knowledge in this area and seeks to develop judgment and analytical skills that apply to a variety of audit objectives and settings.
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3.00 credits
Class #10645
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gupta, Dawn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8189
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14539
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Wu, Jia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ACT 671: Strategic Cost Management

Prerequisite(s): none
Illustration of the importance of management accounting information in strategic business decisions. The main purpose of Strategic Cost Management (SMC) is to support decision-makers in developing, communicating, implementing, evaluating and modifying organizational strategy. We develop the role of cost management in making strategic decision using three tolls: value chain analysis, strategic positioning analysis, and cost driver analysis (activity-based costing).
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3.00 credits
Class #10646
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Song, Liang
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #10647
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lin, Ling
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #9727
Cost: $1,278.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Stubblefield, Thomas
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.)
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3.00 credits
Class #9729
Cost: $1,278.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Stubblefield, Thomas
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

AXD - Art & Design

AXD 339: Moldmaking & Multiples in Art

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Fundamentals of moldmaking and production of multiples. Ceramic, handmade paper, bronze and fine metal casting techniques will be covered in 4 week segments. Digital strategies for designing and printing 3D elements in relation to art and design will be incorporated as well as multiples for installations. Open to all university students
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3.00 credits
Class #15167
Cost: $1,143.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hutchinson, Rebecca
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 12:30pm-6:15pm, CVPA New Bedford Star 430

BIO - Biology

BIO 103: Topics in Biology - Topic: The Biology of AIDS

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 #9733
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ventetuolo, Alan
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

BIO 105: Human Nutrition

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Info & Lit/Nat Science
Major nutrients and their role in human function. 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 #11072
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Schwartz, Carolyn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
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3.00 credits
Class #14725
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Schwartz, Carolyn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

BLS - Black Studies

BLS 339: Racism, Crime & Justice - Topic: Racism, Crime and 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.
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3.00 credits
Class #11977
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

CIS - Computer & Info Science

CIS 322: Data Structure&Fund Algorithms

Prerequisite(s): CIS 183 or CIS 115, or permission of instructor.
Introduction to data structures and fundamental algorithms. This course covers the design and implementation of dynamic data structures including linked list, queue, stack, heap, trees and graphs. This course also provides comprehensive coverage of fundamental groups of algorithms, including divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, and greedy algorithms.
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3.00 credits
Class #11579
Cost: $1,332.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Zhang, Xiaoqin
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2019 Spring - Unique Start Date Course
January 22, 2019 - March 16, 2019

CIS 323: Fund of Computer Systems

Prerequisite(s): none
Introduction of Design and Organization of Computing Systems. This course introduces fundamental concepts of computing systems, such as circuit design, boolean equations, binary arithmetic and data representation, the operation of memory, as well as design of a processor. This course also covers the use of VHDL in designing circuits. The course has design, implementation, and analytical components.
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3.00 credits
Class #11582
Cost: $1,332.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rogers, Clinton
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2019 Spring - Unique Start Date Course
March 18, 2019 - May 9, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12570
Cost: $1,995.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gracia, Paul
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2019 Spring - Unique Start Date Course
January 22, 2019 - April 5, 2019

CIS 602: Special Topics in CIS - Topic: Advances in Networking

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present advanced material to graduate students.
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3.00 credits
Class #12571
Cost: $1,995.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gracia, Paul
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2019 Spring - Unique Start Date Course
January 22, 2019 - April 5, 2019

CIS 602: Special Topics in CIS - Topic: Design Patterns

Prerequisite(s): none
Offered as needed to present advanced material to graduate students.
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3.00 credits
Class #12572
Cost: $1,995.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bergandy, Jan
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2019 Spring - Unique Start Date Course
January 22, 2019 - April 5, 2019

CJS - Crime & Justice Studies

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 #13650
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Status: enrolling
Instructor: Woods, Tryon
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

CJS 315: Rsch Methods Justice Studies

Prerequisite(s): CJS 257
An introduction to both quantitative and qualitative approaches to research design and analysis. The goal of the course is to help students become competent at conducting and critiquing social research.
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3.00 credits
Class #13649
Cost: View tuition & fee schedule.
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Turcotte, Heather
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

CJS 339: Racism, Crime & Justice - Topic: Racism, Crime and 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.
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3.00 credits
Class #11976
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

CJS 350: Read Crime & Justice Studies - Topic: White Collar Crime

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 #11978
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Robertson, Jean
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

CJS 364: The Death Penalty

Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing
An examination of the historic, moral, philosophical, legal, and socio-cultural framing of arguments for and against the death penalty in the U.S. This course considers how race, class, nation, and gender shape understandings of the death penalty to study the consequences for both victims' and offenders' families, wrongful convictions, alternative models for restoring justice, and international standards overseeing state-sanctioned death.
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3.00 credits
Class #11989
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Donovan, Heather
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

CJS 370: Criminal Law and Procedure

Prerequisite(s): Upperclass standing or permission of instructor (45 Cr or More)
The study of criminal law and procedure as defined by the constitution and the courts. This course is designed to familiarize students with the law as it pertains to the work of the criminal justice system and exposes students to case law. Written case briefs are used as an instructional method.
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3.00 credits
Class #11990
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rowland, Mia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12398
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Cosgrove, Sarah
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

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 #12400
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Olitsky, Neal
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ECO 461: Urban Economics

Prerequisite(s): ECO 231 & 232; or permission of instructor
An examination of the economics of urban areas, with an emphasis on the location decision of individuals, firms, and industries. Urban problems and public policy decision-making are covered.
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3.00 credits
Class #12574
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cosgrove, Sarah
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14122
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hall, Maureen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 111

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14123
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113

EDU 512: Inclusive Classrooms, K-12

Prerequisite(s): EDU 510 and EDU 511 or permission of the instructor
Inclusive education viewed from historical, legal, and practical perspectives for the inclusive classroom. Organizational restructuring, philosophical implication, educational diversity, goal setting, curriculum modification, diverse content instructional models, and alternative assessment prepare the future teacher for effective responses to differing student learning styles, rates, and needs. Research into the literature, development of an IEP, curriculum and lesson planning, material development, and classroom management provide essential professional skills for the K-12 inclusionary-classroom teacher. Up to 20 hours pre-practicum suburban experience.
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3.00 credits
Class #14124
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 215

EDU 518: Assessment for Instruction

Prerequisite(s): EDU 500; EDU 511 or permission of instructor
Exploration of aspects of assessment for teaching and instruction. The students will explore a variety of uses for assessments and a variety of assessments to meet the needs of classroom teachers. They will interpret test results; consider how to use assessment in formative and summative ways; and learn how to adapt assessments for students with a range of needs including those learning English as an additional language. The students will also consider how to create high-quality assessments.
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3.00 credits
Class #14125
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Terrell, Karen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14126
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mitchell, Helen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 208

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14129
Cost: $2,030.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hall, Maureen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14131
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 121
Section 8102: in person graduate seminar Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14132
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 118

EDU 549: Diag&Remed Assess Mod Disable

Prerequisite(s): EDU 547
Comprehensive topic of assessment includes types, diagnostic tools, procedures, and forms and is correlated with local, state, and federal agency and school services. Remedial strategies and accommodations are included in the IEP development/implementation and require the submission of modified lesson development. Research studies, including case studies, will complement the development of diagnostic and remedial techniques for the moderately-disabled.
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3.00 credits
Class #14127
Cost: $1,392.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Macrine, Sheila
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #14128
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Hoeg, Celeste
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113
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3.00 credits
Class #14601
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Santavicca, Nicholas
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 105

EDU 561: Special Topics in Education - Topic: Durfee HS - Classroom 282

Prerequisite(s): none
A variable topics course for education topics of current interest. Recently offered topics include authentic assessment, leadership mentoring, and teaching and learning. May be repeated with change of content.
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3.00 credits
Class #14135
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Clinton, Christopher
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Wed 4:30pm-7:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DURFEE
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3.00 credits
Class #14136
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hall, Maureen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 4:30pm-7:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DURFEE

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14137
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rosa, Ricardo
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 4:30pm-7:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 113

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
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3.00 credits
Class #14138
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saurette, John
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 210

ENL - English

ENL 102: Critical Writing & Reading II - Topic: At Home in the 21st Century

Prerequisite(s): ENL 101
General Education Requirement: AREAS I & W, Tier 1
Synthesis-focused course that builds on ENL 101. Students sharpen analytical skills by reading complex texts across public and academic genres. Students also create individual research questions, build college-level research skills, compose sophisticated syntheses, and revise their own argumentative, academic contributions to a defined conversation. Students leave the course prepared for intermediate reading and writing tasks in a broad variety of disciplines as well as with improved research skills and the reflective habits of successful, life-long learners.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12408
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Menrisky, Alexander
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ENL 102: Critical Writing & Reading II - Topic: "FOOD!"

Prerequisite(s): ENL 101
General Education Requirement: AREAS I & W, Tier 1
Synthesis-focused course that builds on ENL 101. Students sharpen analytical skills by reading complex texts across public and academic genres. Students also create individual research questions, build college-level research skills, compose sophisticated syntheses, and revise their own argumentative, academic contributions to a defined conversation. Students leave the course prepared for intermediate reading and writing tasks in a broad variety of disciplines as well as with improved research skills and the reflective habits of successful, life-long learners.
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3.00 credits
Class #14866
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hertweck, Thomas
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ENL 200: Studies in Literature - Topic: Travel 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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12409
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Schaaf, Judy
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

ENL 200: Studies in Literature - Topic: Contemporary African Writing

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12410
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Arora, Anupama
Course Description: This course explores recent fiction, poetry, and film about love and relationships. We will look at what these texts teach us about how we define and redefine love today in response to technological change and transforming cultural norms. What do these depictions of love help us understand about their historical moment and our values? How do depictions of forms of love—from romantic to platonic—change depending upon historical and cultural contexts? By closely analyzing what these works say about love—and how they say it—we will begin to unpack the deeper meanings that depictions of relationships reveal to us. Moreover, this course will give you the skills to interpret literature and pop culture alike, helping you to appreciate and understand movies and books in new ways.
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12412
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Fair, Meghan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ENL 265: Business Communication

Prerequisite(s): ENL102
General Education Requirement: Writing/Oral Skills
Introduction to the communication skills required in business and industry. Students will learn how to prepare, produce, revise, and deliver business reports, professional communications, computer-supported presentations, and oral presentations.
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3.00 credits
Class #12413
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Landers, Kathleen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14935
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Landers, Kathleen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ENL 302: Survey British Lit II

Prerequisite(s): ENL 258; English Majors, Minors, Liberal Arts English Concentrations, or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
A study of British literature from 1798 to the mid-20th Century, with attention given to cultural and historical context.
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3.00 credits
Class #13437
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nelles, William
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

ENL 632: Teach Reading & Writing

Prerequisite(s): none
Theories on reading and writing and their application to practice in the English Language Arts classroom. The course covers current pedagogical theories and methods in writing and reading. The range of topics vary and may include units on the social activity of writing and reading; media - analysis, production, and impact on literary study; and the role of inquiry in literary study and writing about literature.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14140
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Harrison, Stanley
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 201A

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #8192
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.)
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3.00 credits
Class #8193
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

FIN 397: Financial Modeling

Prerequisite(s): At least Junior standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
A study is made of the dynamic forces on economic activity. National income accounting and analysis, economic indicators and measures, forecasting for the economy of the firm and problems of stability and growth are considered.
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3.00 credits
Class #13952
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Xu, Zhaojin
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

FIN 493: Financial Mgmnt Of Corporation

Prerequisite(s): FIN 312; Senior standing, Business majors only
Advanced work in the management of corporate funds. Selected topics from the various fields of financial activity with emphasis on trends, current problems and research are studied. The topics emphasized include: capital expenditure policies, long- term and short-term financing problems, dividend policies, mergers and consolidations, and trends in financial markets.
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3.00 credits
Class #8194
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Xu, Zhaojin
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8196
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8197
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14575
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Vasudevan, Gopala
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #8198
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nguyen, Duong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

HST - History

HST 102: Hist of Western Civ II

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of History of Western Civilization; the study of European civilization from the end of the Middle Ages to the present, emphasizing the origins and development of 20th-century societies and issues.
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3.00 credits
Class #12424
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rioux, Paula
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

HST 116: History of US II

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
Continuation of the History of the United States; the survey of American history, from the Civil War and Reconstruction to the present.
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3.00 credits
Class #12423
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ironfield, Richard
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

HST 201: Crit Skills for History Major

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
A requirement for all History majors and minors, this course introduces students to the skills necessary for effective historical study: understanding and analyzing primary and secondary sources; critical thinking; library and research strategies; and historical writing. This course is a prerequisite for all history seminars beginning in 2006-2007, so students should take this course early in their careers.
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3.00 credits
Class #13839
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rioux, Paula
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

HST 305: U.S. in the Age of Revolution

Prerequisite(s): Course not open to Freshmen
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
A study of the period from 1760s to the 1820s, concentrating on the development of political ideas and practices. Topics will include the Revolution, its origins and consequences; the Constitution; the rise of political parties; Jeffersonian and Jacksonian democracy; and territorial expansion.
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3.00 credits
Class #12422
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ironfield, Richard
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

HST 376: History of Brazil - Topic: History of Brazil

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 #12425
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

HST 521: Graduate Seminar in History - Topic: Modern Empires: Britain

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14118
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 333

LAR - Liberal Arts

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #14371
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Jackim, Oksana
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MAR - Marine Science and Technology

MAR 105: Introductory Ocean Science

Prerequisite(s): none
Essential principles of ocean sciences. This course explores topics such as how the ocean and life in the ocean shape the features of the Earth; the ocean as a major influence on weather and climate; how the ocean supports a great diversity of life and ecosystems; and how the sustainability of ocean resources depends on our understanding of those resources and their potential and limitations. Various examples of ocean instruments used for sampling and measurements are introduced.
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3.00 credits
Class #12416
Cost: $1,263.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Thomas, Jessica
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT - Management

MGT 201: Leadershp,Teamwrk,Collaboratn

Prerequisite(s): CCB majors, Bus Ad Minors, or ECOHS students 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 #12459
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Knell, Gail
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 301: Princ Enterprise Management

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201
An introduction to the basic principles of enterprise management. Students will be introduced to the various functions of management including planning, organizing, directing and controlling.
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3.00 credits
Class #12492
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bacdayan, Paul
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12493
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kalisz Jr, Frederick
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 320: International Management

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 and at least Junior standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
A systematic treatment of management and marketing on a global scale. Emphasis is placed on the study of the dimensions of foreign market environments, marketing across national boundaries and management and marketing simultaneously in two or more national environments.
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3.00 credits
Class #12494
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Suchon, Kathleen
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 331: Project Team Management

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 Prerequisite: MGT 311 or MGT 201
A service-learning course in which students complete a semester-long team based project. The focus is on developing students' knowledge and skills needed to effectively contribute to or manage a project team. Students will be introduced to the core processes of high-performing teams and concepts in the areas of team development, team dynamics, and project management.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12495
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kush, Jonathan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 399: Internship in Management

Prerequisite(s): At least Junior standing; Business majors only and permission of the internship director
Work experience at a specialized level supervised for graded academic credit by a faculty member in the student's major field. Terms and hours to be arranged. Students must register in advance to receive credit for an internship in the Business College. Deadline for registration and approval for internship contracts is the end of the add/drop period; no late contracts or registrations will be accepted. For specific procedures and regulations, see section of catalogue on Other Learning Experiences.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate practicum Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12496
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bacdayan, Paul
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 401: App Organization&Career Devel

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 Prerequisite: MGT 311 or MGT 201
An application-focused summary of topics for launching and developing a career as a business professional. Students will review current HRM practices in recruiting/selection, performance evaluation/development, and promotion. Application exercises will develop proficiency in skills that boost effectiveness both as a job seeker and a manager.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12497
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Bell, David
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 443: Human Resource Management

Prerequisite(s): MGT 311 or MGT 201 Prerequisite: MGT 311 or MGT 201
The study of the formal systems devised for the management of people within an organization. Students are introduced to the area of management that focuses on how to attract, hire, train, motivate, and maintain employees. The focus is on the core competency areas that will be needed to be successful managers of human resources, whether within the human resource function, some support area, as a line manager, or to set up and manage a small business.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12498
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Knell, Gail
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14660
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Knell, Gail
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 452: Employment Law

Prerequisite(s): MGT 312 and Sophomore standing; for Business majors only or by permission of the appropriate department chairperson
General Education Requirement: Diversity
The laws, executive orders and political and social factors external to firms which affect their human resources management practices. Topics include ethics and social responsibility, regulatory issues, EEOC, affirmative action, performance appraisal and discrimination in the workplace. Cross-listed as LST 452
Section 8101: in person undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12499
Cost: $1,089.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Coury, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 6:30pm-9:30pm, Dartmouth - Room CCB-248

MGT 465: 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 Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12546
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Jamro, Konrad
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12547
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14658
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MGT 600: Corp Soc Respon & Bus Law

Prerequisite(s): none
Critical analysis of the obligations managers have to all stakeholders in a business enterprise. Readings on ethical responsibility and global interconnectivity emphasize how business decisions impact people and the environment.
Section 8101: in person graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12540
Cost: $1,752.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Tierney, Terence
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Wed 6:30pm-9:30pm, Dartmouth - Room CCB-115

MGT 650: Adv Organization Behavi

Prerequisite(s):CCB Grad Students Only
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 #12548
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Joardar, Arpita
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14657
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Joardar, Arpita
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12557
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Bell, David
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14659
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Bejtlich, Michael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12558
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Joardar, Arpita
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

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 #12559
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Maher, Vincent
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12341
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Li, Yuzhu
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14962
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Li, Yuzhu
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12342
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Shi, Zhengzhong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MIS 375: IT for Small Business

Prerequisite(s): MIS 315
A comprehensive overview of information technology methodologies which are widely applied in small businesses. Topics include characteristics of small business that are related to the use of information technology, end user computing, small business decision support systems, small business intelligence, social media for small business, cloud computing for small business, and open source software for small business.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12343
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Wang, Shouhong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MIS 399: Internship Management Info Sys

Prerequisite(s): At least Junior standing; Business majors only and permission of the internship director.
Work experience at a specialized level supervised for graded academic credit by a faculty member in the student's major field. Students must register in advance to receive credit for an internship in the Business College. For specific procedures and regulations, see the section of the catalogue on Other Learning Experiences. Conditions and hours to be arranged.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate practicum Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14379
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Huang, Rui
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12344
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Huang, Rui
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #15032
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Huang, Rui
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12345
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Li, Yuzhu
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MIS 681: Business Intell&Knowledge Mgmt

Prerequisite(s): MIS 650
Business intelligence (BI) and knowledge management (KM) issues facing technology management today and information technology needed to solve managerial problems using BI and KM. Concepts of BI and KM, processes of BI and KM, and the integration of BI and KM are discussed.
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3.00 credits
Class #12346
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Wang, Shouhong
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12560
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kara, Selcan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MKT 331: Integrated Marketing Communica

Prerequisite(s): MKT 311 or MKT 211; MKT Majors or Minors only; Junior standing or by permission of instructor
Basic understanding of the factors affecting promotional decisions as well as the role of promotional effort in market strategy planning. The basic principles of advertising, sales promotion and personal selling are integrated.
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3.00 credits
Class #12561
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Curran-Kelly, Catharine
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MKT 441: Marketing Management

Prerequisite(s): MKT 311 (or MKT 211), MKT 330 & MKT 331 Sr. Standing, Marketing Majors or Minors Only
A capstone course that integrates marketing and business principles learned in prior courses. Being decision-oriented and analytical it sets forth a definite way of surveying current developments in marketing practice, with the advantage of allowing the student freedom, via the case approach, in his or her choice of executive action. Students are required to complete a marketing plan.
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3.00 credits
Class #12562
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: White, D.
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MKT 442: Marketing Research

Prerequisite(s): MKT 311, POM 212, MKT 330; Senior Standing; Marketing Majors and Minors only or by permission of instructor
An examination of the market research process as used in approaching contemporary marketing problems. Emphasis is placed on the current status of research techniques and their application.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12563
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: White, D.
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12564
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Mora, Jose
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14950
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Curran-Kelly, Catharine
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MKT 690: Special Topics in Market - Topic: Advanced Consumer Behavior

Prerequisite(s): none
An opportunity for the faculty to propose a course and teach it as an elective to students who express interest in a particular subject. Topics will vary and be announced before registration is completed in the previous semester, may be repeated with change of content.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12566
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Chang, Wencheng
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #12580
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: March Mistler, James
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MTE - Mathematics Education

MTE 508: Geometry in Secondary Grades - Topic: Durfee HS - Classroom 282

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 9101: in person graduate lecture Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14143
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Stroup, Walter
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 4:30pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room DURFEE

MTE 519: Calculus High School Teachers

Prerequisite(s): none
Focus on deep understanding of the teaching and learning of main calculus concepts. The course focuses on the notions of functions, limits, continuity, derivative, and integral. Particular attention will be given to the connections among and conceptual obstacles related to these notions. The course provides participants opportunities to enhance their content and pedagogical knowledge of the concepts of functional analysis.
Section 8101: in person graduate seminar Register Now
3.00 credits
Class #14144
Cost: $1,257.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gucler, Beste
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 111

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12577
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Koumas, Sokratis
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12578
Cost: $1,281.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Kouma, Angeliki
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

MUS - Music

MUS 106: Art & Hist of Rock Music

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic/Diversity
Examination of multicultural sources of popular music. As an overview for non-music majors, the course is intended to broaden students' socio-cultural perspectives through text-related lectures, listening to recordings, and viewing documentary videos. The diversity of American popular music offers a direct reflection of, and at times a focus for, many factors in identifying and appreciating subcultures of age, ethnicity, gender, race, region, and religion.
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3.00 credits
Class #12581
Cost: $1,278.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Milham, Edwin
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR - Nursing

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 #11075
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Cohn, Tanya
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #11088
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Chung, Joohyn
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019
Section 7103: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #11091
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Cohn, Tanya
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #11095
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Waite, Stacey
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

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 #11101
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Cohn, Tanya
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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4.00 credits
Class #11120
Cost: $1,650.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Femia, Carol
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture Register Now
4.00 credits
Class #11123
Cost: $1,650.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lynch, Shelley
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019
Section 7103: on-line undergraduate lecture
4.00 credits
Class #11125
Cost: $1,650.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Femia, Carol
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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).
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3.00 credits
Class #11129
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
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3.00 credits
Class #11130
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 410: Healthcare Informatics

Prerequisite(s): none
Fundamentals of healthcare informatics concepts and information management in healthcare practice. Healthcare technology trends, contemporary issues, and the role of the nurse in development and evaluation of informatics applications are explored. Topics include a broad overview of consumer health informatics, electronic health records, security and confidentiality, decision support systems, evidence-based practice, quality and patient safety, and standards of practice.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #14117
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Pawloski, Katie
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #11155
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019
Section 7102: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #11160
Cost: $1,275.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Dowd, Ouida
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 511: Trans Rsch Eviden Adv Nur Prac

Prerequisite(s): MS, DNP or PhD track or permission of the instructor & NUR 500 & 605.
Focus on a) research and evidence based practice as a basis of professional nursing; b) synthesizing, evaluating and translating scientific evidence for nursing practice; and c) collaborating in the translation of evidence-based research activities. The course will assist students in identifying researchable problems that shape nursing practice. Components of the research process are examined.
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3.00 credits
Class #11164
Cost: $1,938.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Llera-Lora, Tiffany
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 512: Integrated Physiologic Knowldg

Prerequisite(s): none
Integrated knowledge from physical assessment, pathophysiology, and pharmacology as a basis for nursing care of those from diverse populations experiencing chronic illness.
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3.00 credits
Class #11166
Cost: $1,938.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lynch, Shelley
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 547: Promoting Health of Population

Prerequisite(s): MS, DNP or PhD track
Application of principles of health promotion and disease prevention across various populations. Emphasis is on the role of the nurse in the analysis of community resources, extant literature and application of public health principles to prevent & reduce the burden of disease. Public health, social justice theories, ecological models, community organization models, community health promotion education strategies and theories of behavior change are addressed.
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3.00 credits
Class #11167
Cost: $1,938.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Cohn, Tanya
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 642: Curriculum Develop in Nursing

Prerequisite(s): NUR 500,511,520,547,605, or PhD student standing
Explore philosophical perspectives, curriculum theory, and paradigmatic and contextual factors in nursing education. Contextual factors include consideration of diverse populations served, their needs and their influence on health care. The use of a curriculum framework as a means of conceptualizing and organizing the sequencing of knowlege, skills, values and beliefs to achieve program outcomes/competencies is examined. Faculty development synchronous with curriculum development is emphasized as an essential component of curricular change. Aspects of the National League for Nursing (2005) Core Competencies of Nurse Educators contributed to the course development.
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3.00 credits
Class #11169
Cost: $1,938.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pawloski, Katie
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

NUR 673: Global Health Perspectives

Prerequisite(s): NUR 500, 510, 511, 520, 540, 547, 605
Analysis of the depth, breadth, complexity and interconnectedness of domestic and global health problems, transnational systems, emerging health challenges, and ethical & human rights infractions using relevant theories and frameworks. A critical examination of the foundations of population health, global health challenges and trends, complex health systems and policy, and innovative solutions to effectively promote health, safety and well-being at various levels.
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3.00 credits
Class #11170
Cost: $1,938.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lynch, Shelley
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12596
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mulnix, Jennifer
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

PHL 110: Princ of Critical Thinking

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Introduction to the methods and principles used to distinguish correct from incorrect reasoning. The course aims at imparting skill in identifying fallacies in reasoning and in using elementary formal techniques to analyze natural language arguments. Topics include moral reasoning, scientific reasoning, the nature of meaning, and the various uses of language.
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3.00 credits
Class #12597
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Fields, Keota
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PHL 307: Ecofeminism:Philosophy&Practic

Prerequisite(s): WGS 201 OR WGS 101 and permission of instructor OR one course in Philosophy OR permission of the instructor.
General Education Requirement: Cultural&Art Literacy/Ethics
Study of ecofeminism as systems of oppressions based on race, class, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity that stem from a cultural ideology that enables the oppression of nature. The course explores ecofeminist theories, literature, and practice, including ecofeminist ethics, and the applications of ecofeminism to the lives of individual men and women, as well as cultural institutions and organizations. Cross listed as PHL 307.
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3.00 credits
Class #13408
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gardner, Catherine H
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12598
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Nulty, Timothy
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

PHY - Physics

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 #12600
Cost: $1,332.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Hirshfeld, Alan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL - Public Policy

POL 500: Public Institution&Pol Process

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Institutional, political, and normative context of the public policy process. The course introduces students to public policy as a concept and process, the major models of public policy, and the foundations of policy analysis. Students gain an introductory understanding of public policy that serves as a foundation for further study.
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3.00 credits
Class #12605
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: McGuire, Chad
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12756
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Goodman, Michael
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

POL 511: Organztn Behav Educatn Setting

Prerequisite(s): none
Key concepts within organizational theory and leadership practices as they relate to education settings. This course discusses various frameworks through which organizations, including public school systems, can be understood, bridging theory and'practice. It emphasizes the ways in which public schools' organization, leadership, and management of human capital can be leveraged to improve educational equality and student outcomes.
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3.00 credits
Class #12757
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ramirez-Soto, Ismael
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 530: Policy Analysis

Prerequisite(s): POL 581
Chronological examination of the main frameworks, theories, and models of the policy process. Focus areas include the assessment and evaluation of public policy and policy outcomes. Seminal empirical works provide the context for understanding the major academic literature in policy analysis, aiding students in developing their own policy analysis skills.
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3.00 credits
Class #12758
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 541: State and Local Public Finance

Prerequisite(s): MPP Students or Public Management certificate students only.
Decision-making by state and local governments about what services to provide and how to finance them. Examines the expenditure and revenue decisions of state and local governments, the structures and institutions of sub-national governments, and public sector responses to market failures.
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3.00 credits
Class #12759
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Lynch, Devon
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 561: Public Finance in Education

Prerequisite(s): none
Overview of how education is financed in the United States and the national, state, and local strategies used to support education. Students will engage in an analysis of the complexity and magnitude of education as an important resource in the public sector. This course will expose students to a critical understanding of how the American economy provides funding for public education, how funds are administered, and trends toward more efficient utilization of resources.
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3.00 credits
Class #12760
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 562: Environmental Policy

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Exploration of the decision-making process that defines and underlies environmental policy. Course focuses on the development, implementation, and evaluation of environmental policy in the context of historical, political, and socio-economic institutions. Students utilize case studies to understand and critique environmental policies from a variety of public policy perspectives.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12762
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Golder, Robert
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

POL 580: Statistical Analysis

Prerequisite(s): POL 581
Understanding and applying major statistical tools associated with public policy. Focus is on quantitative methods of policy model building. Includes the following statistical analysis techniques: descriptive statistics, normality, non­parametric statistics, linear and non-linear multiple regression, time series and panel analysis. The goal is to develop the student's capacity to statistically examine a policy question.
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3.00 credits
Class #12763
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 581: Rsch Meth for Public Policy

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
Graduate level introduction to the principles of applied social science research. Reviews the methodological issues facing scholars and policy analysts as they seek to inform evidence based policymaking through empirical research. Students are exposed to social science research methods and apply them to critically evaluate policy research by designing and proposing an original empirical research project.
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3.00 credits
Class #12764
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Korejwa, Elise
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 585: Applied Policy Rsch Seminar

Prerequisite(s): PST 500, 580, 581; or permission of instructor
Developing a public policy research proposal. As a capstone completion course, students collect, analyze, and interpret data results based on a self-determined research question acceptable to the course instructor. The goal of the course is to apply the methodological and statistical techniques developed in earlier courses and prepare a policy analysis product.
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3.00 credits
Class #12765
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Anguelov, Nikolay
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12766
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019
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1.00 credits
Class #12767
Cost: $727.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Paige, Mark
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POL 661: Environmental Law

Prerequisite(s): Matriculated students must be a graduate student in good standing.
The major policy implementation and legitimization stages typical of environmental law and regulation development. The course views environmental problems from the policy perspective, utilizing legal frameworks as a conceptual tool to view government intervention of environmental problems. Students gain understanding of the ways the law establishes frameworks within which policies must be developed and must interact, and the roles of policy professionals in the several stages of development.
Section 7101: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12769
Cost: $1,881.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: McGuire, Chad
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12347
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Jha, Uday
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 333: Intro to Business Analytics

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 #12352
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

POM 345: Operations Management

Prerequisite(s): POM 212 or MGT 212; Junior or Senior standing; Business Majors, Business Administration Minor, or Material & Textiles Majors
The planning, coordination, and execution of activities in transformation processes in manufacturing and service organizations where the inputs to the process may be the customers themselves. The role of the operations manager is explored, and attention is given to analytical methods that improve production processes and enhance competitiveness.
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3.00 credits
Class #12353
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019
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3.00 credits
Class #15001
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 399: Internship in Operations Mgmt

Prerequisite(s): At least Junior standing; Business majors only and permission of the internship director

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3.00 credits
Class #14380
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Jha, Uday
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 415: Applied Decision Techniques

Prerequisite(s): POM 333
Manufacturing and service applications of selected analytical decision-making tools and techniques. The course illustrates, by example, how manufacturing and service operations can apply quantitative tools to decisions involving queuing, staffing, scheduling, product mix planning, and inventory control.
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3.00 credits
Class #12354
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 445: Managing Quality

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Principles and practices underlying the continuous improvement of quality in organizations. Students will be introduced to the concept of total quality management and learn to appreciate the importance of quality as a competitive strategy. Particular attention is given to philosophies and methods of organizing for quality and to quality improvement tools, including statistical process control.
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3.00 credits
Class #14369
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Sadeghzadeh, Keivan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 446: Process Management

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Management of integrated business processes through the application of process analysis and process improvement procedures. The course teaches students how to define, analyze, evaluate, and transform conversion and service activities to deliver better value to customers. Topics covered illustrate how people, processes, and systems can be combined most productively to create outputs that help fulfill organizational objectives.
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3.00 credits
Class #12355
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

POM 451: Risk Managmnt in Supply Chains

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Risk reduction and quality improvement in supply chains. The risk management process is a systematic and proactive approach to operate projects or manage a supply chain while decreasing uncertainties. The result of risk reduction includes decreasing project time and cost, and improving quality, satisfaction, and success. The course will help students to implement risk management in a work environment.
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3.00 credits
Class #12356
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 453: Transportation

Prerequisite(s): POM 345
Managerial, policy, and analytical matters that influence the creation of time and place utility through the movement of products and people. The course covers both business and policy topics that shape the environment in which the transportation service operates. Transportation modes, regulation, and management issues that affect market access to goods and services are examined.
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3.00 credits
Class #14370
Cost: $1,224.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Wang, Gang
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12357
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Rai, Bharatendra
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12360
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Forker, Laura
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019
Section 7102: on-line graduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12361
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12391
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POM 677: Logistics Strategy&Management

Prerequisite(s): none
Understand and analyze the concepts of logistics and supply chain management. Topics include customer service, inventory management, information systems, order fulfillment, transportation, third-party logistics, warehousing and supply chain strategy. Emphasis will be placed on providing logistical support for procurement, manufacturing and distribution.
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3.00 credits
Class #12392
Cost: $1,887.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Yousefsibdari, Soheil
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12592
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Tebaldi, Analia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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 #12593
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Tebaldi, Analia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #12594
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Ristau, Jaqueline
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

POR 202: Intermediate Portuguese II

Prerequisite(s): POR 201 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of POR 201.
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3.00 credits
Class #12595
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Tebaldi, Analia
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PRD - Professional Development

PRD 571: Prep For Ma Ed Test- - Topic: Test 01

Prerequisite(s): none
The Communication and Literacy Skills test consists of two subtests: reading and writing. The reading subtest contains multiple-choice items and word meaning (vocabulary) items. The writing subtest contains four sections: written summary, written composition, grammar and usage, and written mechanics. Areas covered include the comprehension and analysis of readings; development of ideas in essay form on specific topics; outlining and summarizing; interpretation of tables and graphs; and mastery of vocabulary, grammar, and mechanics. No textbooks are required but handouts and booklet will be provided.
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Class #14952
Program Fee: $170.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
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2019 Spring - Non Credit Course
March 2, 2019 - March 9, 2019:
Sat 9:00am-1:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 214

PRD 572: MTEL Found of Read (Test 90)

Prerequisite(s): none
The Foundations of Reading Workshop for MTEL 90 is meant to be a supplement for educators who are planning to take the assessment. It outlines the basic information covered on the test as well as key vocabulary and concepts. Participants will also practice responding to a sample open response question. Whole group and small group instruction will be used during this two day workshop.
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Class #14953
Program Fee: $170.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
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2019 Spring - Non Credit Course
March 2, 2019 - March 9, 2019:
Sat 9:00am-1:00pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 217

PSC - Political Science

PSC 161: International Relations

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Global Awareness
Helps students relate, organize, and analyze political events that occur on the international level. Students will learn how to think critically about international relations and its impact on lives and well-being in the present and future. The concept of power, the factors that shape the foreign policies of states, the politics of economic relations, the use of force, and a broad range of global issues are examined.
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3.00 credits
Class #12585
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Sandby-Thomas, Peter
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2019 Spring - 1st Mini Session
January 22, 2019 - March 19, 2019

PSC 305: Political Science Internship

Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor
Internship completed for credit at an off-campus private, public or not-for profit organization with a focus on politics, law, government,public policy, or organizational behavior. Students are responsible for securing their own placements, and all placements must be approved in advance by the instructor. Students are required to keep an internship journal, write a final paper based on the experience, and complete all other course assignments in addition to their work hours.
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3.00 credits
Class #14998
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Plaw, Avery
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSC 313: Urban Politics

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Global Awareness
A critical examination of the urban political community in the United States. Particular attention is given to the adequacy of the city as an arena of conflict resolution and decision-making as well as such current problems as urban reconstruction in the ghettos. Field research in the area by individuals or groups is encouraged but not required.
Section 7101: on-line undergraduate lecture
3.00 credits
Class #12587
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Prentiss, David
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSC 349: Pol Sci Research Methods

Prerequisite(s): PSC 249 or permission of instructor
General Education Requirement: Information Computer Literacy
Students will learn how to study politics "scientifically" using theories, hypotheses, and concepts to explore the relationships among variables. Students will also learn how to define and critique concepts commonly used in professional journals. The course includes an overview of descriptive statistics using the SPSS software, exposure to some inferential statistics, and their application to data analysis in Political Science. Students learn how to present quantitative data in a manner consistent with the expectations of the discipline.
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3.00 credits
Class #12588
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Achilov, Dilshod
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSC 363: Gov&Pol-Middle East

Prerequisite(s): Upper-division standing
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
The politics of the Middle East in terms of the region's history, geography, culture and the impact of the West. Country studies include Turkey, Egypt, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and other Gulf States.
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3.00 credits
Class #12591
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Achilov, Dilshod
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSC 400: Sem:Top Amer Politics&Policy

Prerequisite(s): PSC 101 and upper division standing
General Education Requirement: Oral Skills
Available topics seminar in the field of American politics. Repeatable with change in content.
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3.00 credits
Class #12589
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Berggren, Heidi
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSC 498: Capstone Seminar

Prerequisite(s): none
A culminating seminar in political science. Topics will vary, but may include public opinion, international environmental policy, comparative legal system, and the rules of war. This course is intended for advanced political science majors and fulfills the University Studies capstone requirement.
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3.00 credits
Class #14271
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Berggren, Heidi
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSY - Psychology

PSY 101: General Psychology

Prerequisite(s): none
A broad survey of principles underlying the systematic study of behavior. Using examples from basic research and applied settings, a variety of perspectives are explored, including findings associated with the physiological, behavioral, cognitive, developmental and social approaches.
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3.00 credits
Class #14541
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dumas, Mark
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

PSY 518: Cognitive Neuroscience

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Psychology majors
This course will cover the physiological processes associated with perceptual function, attention, memory, language and hemispheric processing. Each topic will be examined in terms of cognitive issues, neuroanatomical and neurophysiologic correlates, and methodological approaches. The disruption of these processes in neuropsychological and neuropsychiatric populations will also be explored.
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3.00 credits
Class #14292
Cost: $1,485.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: O'Hare, Aminda
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 213

PSY 525: Implement Behavior Analysis

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Status, Department Permission, and PSY 509
Clinical practice of applied behavior analysis in a variety of educational and human service settings will be covered. Topics include the consultation process, functional behavior in schools, ethics of practice, staff training and behavioral education in schools. Applications for children who do not have developmental disabilities will be covered. Part of the educational qualifications required to sit for the behavior analysis certification examination.
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3.00 credits
Class #14287
Cost: $1,485.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dubard, Melanie
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 210

PSY 526: Rsh&Des App Behavior Analysis

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Status, Department Permission, and PSY 509
Research design and the ethical study of human behavior in ABA applications are covered. Topics include measurement, interpretation of data from a variety of experiments and ethical issues in research. Part of the educational qualifications required to sit for the behavior analysis certification examination.
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3.00 credits
Class #14288
Cost: $1,485.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 214

PSY 527: Clin App Applied Behav Analys

Prerequisite(s): Graduate Status, Department Permission, and PSY 509
Contemporary developments and issues in ABA including behavior change strategies, recent developments in ABA, generalization and ethical use of treatment methodologies are addressed. Part of the educational qualifications required to sit for the behavior analysis certification examination.
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3.00 credits
Class #14289
Cost: $1,485.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Dubard, Melanie
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 214

PSY 532: Behavioral Interventions

Prerequisite(s): PSY 531
Examination of the selection, evaluation, implementation, and management of effective behavioral intervention strategies. The emphasis will be on interventions based on the results of a functional assessment. Both antecedent- and consequence-based behavioral interventions to decrease undesired behavior, and increase adaptive behavior, will be discussed.
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3.00 credits
Class #14290
Cost: $1,485.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Thu 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 215

PSY 584: Fldwk&Sem App Behav Analy III

Prerequisite(s): PSY 583 and Departmental approval
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. Successful completion of the course with a grade of "CR" indicates the student has satisfied the BACB requirements for 1000 hours of supervised ABA work.
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2.00 credits
Class #14291
Cost: $990.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Pace, Gary
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Wed 5:00pm-7:30pm, Dartmouth - Room LARTS 215

SCI - Science

SCI 547: Physical Sci Mid Schl Educator - Topic: Durfee HS - Classroom 281

Prerequisite(s): none
A content course designed to address the Massachusetts Physical Science Curriculum Standards for middle school science instruction. This highly interactive course emphasizes research-based core instructional models to provide teachers with effective content and pedagogy to integrate topics such as the properties and reactions of matter, as well as the relationships between matter and energy, into the middle school science classroom.
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3.00 credits
Class #14302
Cost: $1,320.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Smith, Laura
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Mon 4:30pm-7:00pm, Dartmouth - Room DURFEE

SCI 556: Molecular&Cell Bio Sec Sci Ed - Topic: Location:Fairhaven High School

Prerequisite(s): none
A content course which focuses on current topics in molecular and cell biology. This interactive course will cover issues related to advances in molecular and cell biology, which have triggered societal concerns and debates including: evolution, genetically modified crops, etc.. The course examines specific aspects of the Massachusetts Life Sciences (Biology) Curriculum Standards for middle school and high school.
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3.00 credits
Class #14147
Cost: $1,320.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Welty, David
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019:
Tue 4:30pm-7:00pm, Fairhaven

SOA - Sociology-Anthropology

SOA 111: Intro Cultural Anthro

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Global Awareness
An introduction to the basic concepts of social and cultural anthropology. Readings emphasize the comparative study of societies at different levels of socio-cultural integration and from different areas of the world. This may include a brief introduction to physical anthropology and archaeology.
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3.00 credits
Class #12772
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Caldera, Kathryn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

SOA 200: Intro To Social Thought

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 or SOA 111 or SOA 113
An introduction to the enterprise of sociological theory. As such, it attempts to introduce students to the questions, problems, and intellectual tasks of theorizing about society and our social lives as well as to expose students to some of the most important competing ways in which previous social theorists have gone about this task.
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3.00 credits
Class #12773
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Caldera, Kathryn
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

SOA 359: Men and Masculinities

Prerequisite(s): SOC 101 OR ANT 111 OR SOC 113
General Education Requirement: Diversity
The social construction of male identity and culture. Male sexualities, relationships, sports, health, work, violence, warfare and changing male culture will be explored.
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3.00 credits
Class #12775
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krumholz, Susan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

SOA 376: Women&Sexualities across Cult

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 OR SOA 111 OR SOA 113 OR WGS 101
An exploration of how sexuality and gender intersect with shifting power structures in different times and places. Sexuality and gender are not inborn fixed natural attributes and close attention is paid to the impact of differences in race, age, culture and stratification. The course also engages main currents in feminist thought in anthropology and western and non-western traditions. Students engage in independent research projects on a world region of their choice.
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3.00 credits
Class #12784
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rodrigues, Isabel
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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.
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3.00 credits
Class #13624
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Robertson, Jean
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

SPA - Spanish

SPA 102: Elementary Spanish II

Prerequisite(s): SPA 101 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of SPA 101.
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3.00 credits
Class #12420
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: closed
Instructor: Vargas, Blanca
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish II

Prerequisite(s): SPA 201 or equivalent
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Literacy/Global
Continuation of SPA 201.
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3.00 credits
Class #12421
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rivera, Sandra
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS - Women's and Gender Studies

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

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Lit/Diversity/Wrtng
Topics will be determined by the faculty member and will therefore vary.
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3.00 credits
Class #12358
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Saleh-Hanna, Viviane
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 300: Topics Women's&Gender Studies - Topic: History of Brazil

Prerequisite(s): none
General Education Requirement: Cult & Art Lit/Diversity/Wrtng
Topics will be determined by the faculty member and will therefore vary.
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3.00 credits
Class #13335
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Mehrtens, Cristina
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2019 Spring - 2nd Mini Session
March 20, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 307: Ecofeminism:Philosophy&Practic

Prerequisite(s): WGS 201 OR WGS 101 and permission of instructor OR one course in Philosophy OR permission of the instructor.
General Education Requirement: Cultural&Art Literacy/Ethics
Study of ecofeminism as systems of oppressions based on race, class, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity that stem from a cultural ideology that enables the oppression of nature. The course explores ecofeminist theories, literature, and practice, including ecofeminist ethics, and the applications of ecofeminism to the lives of individual men and women, as well as cultural institutions and organizations. Cross listed as PHL 307.
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3.00 credits
Class #12796
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Gardner, Catherine H
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 359: Men and Masculinities

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 or SOA 111
General Education Requirement: Diversity
The social construction of male identity and culture. Male sexualities, relationships, sports, health, work, violence, warfare and changing male culture will be explored.
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3.00 credits
Class #12798
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Krumholz, Susan
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 376: Women&Sexualities across Cult

Prerequisite(s): SOA 101 OR SOA 111 OR SOA 113 OR WGS 101
An exploration of how sexuality and gender intersect with shifting power structures in different times and places. Sexuality and gender are not inborn fixed natural attributes and close attention is paid to the impact of differences in race, age, culture and stratification. The course also engages main currents in feminist thought in anthropology and western and non-western traditions. Students engage in independent research projects on a world region of their choice.
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3.00 credits
Class #12795
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Rodrigues, Isabel
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 490: Special Topics

Prerequisite(s): WGS Major Only
General Education Requirement: Cultural & Artistic Literacy
Special topics are offered. May be repeated with change of content. This course may be cross-listed with an academic department.
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3.00 credits
Class #12590
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: Berggren, Heidi
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

WGS 499: Wom&Gender Studies Capstone

Prerequisite(s): WMS 101, 312
The WGS capstone course is designed to cohere a major student's core curriculum work. While the subject matter may change depending on the interdisciplinary connections, the course will be grounded in feminist scholarship and require a research project that draws upon feminist theories and feminist research methods, along with a public presentation at the end of the semester to the class and Women Studies faculty. This course will be an opportunity for students to integrate their major course knowledge and demonstrate their ability to apply feminist theory and research methods.
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3.00 credits
Class #13336
Cost: $1,218.00 (not including term registration fee)
Status: enrolling
Instructor: O'Hara, Stephanie
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2019 Spring - 14 Week Session
January 22, 2019 - May 8, 2019

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