Classes

Classes are held online December 21, 2020, through January 15, 2021.

All Winterlude classes are online and open to all full-time and part-time students.

Course Information

Art in China + is a survey class focusing on contemporary art from 1976-2016 – an introduction to contemporary Chinese visual arts, studying a wide variety of artists to help understand the styles and intentions of the artists, context, and relationship to history.  No prerequisites or textbook, all readings, films, lectures, and other content are supplied on Blackboard. For students on or off campus, use as art history or academic credits.

Instructor: Stephen Zaima
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 200 U800
Class #: 40794

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 200 U801
Class #: 40795

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 300 U800
Class #: 41098

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 300 U801
Class #: 40796

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 600 U800
Class #: 40942

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: AIC 600 U801
Class #: 40943

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Predominant views of reality and values in the cultures of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Humanistic study of cultures and nature of cross-cultural understanding.

Instructor: Maureen Schwarz
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: ANT 185 U800
Class #: 33269

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ANT 185 U801
Class #: 33270

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Instructor: Richard Rosa
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ARC 500 U801
Class #: 43121

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Instructor: Pun To Yung
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: BEN 400 U800
Class #: 43106

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: BEN 400 U801
Class #: 43107

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This seminar format course will examine evolutionary biology and its intersection with society. Topics of discussion will include evolution and philosophy, history, medicine, environmental issues, politics, education and religion.

Instructor: Jason Wiles
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: BIO 310 U800
Class #: 32506

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: BIO 310 U801
Class #: 32507

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: BIO 310 U802
Class #: 33763

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: BIO 310 U803
Class #: 33764

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Introduction to forensic science with focus on the application of scientific methods and techniques of criminal justice and law. Methods specifically relevant to crime detection and analysis.

Instructor: James Spencer / Elizabeth Clifford
Credit Hours: 4

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: CHE 113 U800
Class #: 32524

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: CHE 113 U801
Class #: 32525

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Dyadic communication principles. Adaptation of interpersonal communication to interviewing situations: in-depth informational, resume-based employment, and problem solving. Analysis of student-designed survey questionnaires. Normal and stressful interpersonal relationships.

Instructor: Christopher Perrello
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: CRS 435 U800
Class #: 40599

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: CRS 435 U801
Class #: 40846

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Lectures, readings, discussion, and written assignments develop visual literacy, critical, and communication skills integral to understanding design within its historical, social, and cultural context.

Instructor: Dennis Earle
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: DES 113 U800
Class #: 43262

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: DES 113 U801
Class #: 43264

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Introduction to microeconomics. Consumer demand, theory of production, markets and prices, social welfare, and related topics.

Instructor: Elizabeth Ashby
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 101 U800
Class #: 41857

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 101 U801
Class #: 41858

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Introduction to concepts and methods of economic analysis. Emphasis on such macroeconomic topics as gross domestic product, unemployment, money, and theory of national income. Credit is given for either ECN 102 or ECN 203.

Instructor: Michael Lorenzo
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 102 U800
Class #: 41860

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 102 U801
Class #: 41861

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This introductory course applies fundamental economic and financial concepts qualitatively to cover aspects of consumer personal finance, including record keeping, banking, saving, borrowing, using credit, investing, insurance, doing taxes, retirement, and end-of-life considerations. Students may not receive credit for both ECN 305 and FIN 378.
PREREQ: ECN 101 OR ECN 203

Instructor: Don Dutkowsky
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 305 U800
Class #: 34280

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 305 U801
Class #: 34281

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Financial instruments and structure: commercial banking organization, operation and control of the banking system. Federal Reserve System. Monetary policy and economic stability.
PREREQ: ECN 302

Instructor: Donald Dutkowsky
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 481 U800
Class #: 41846

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: ECN 481 U801
Class #: 41847

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What textiles do you consume? Examine apparel textiles, chart your wardrobe relating performance and lifecycle issues, and study the economic, cultural, and environmental issues produced by the industry. The global post-consumer textiles market, current textile recycling processes and future textiles for apparel will be explored.

Instructor: Laurel Morton
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: FAS 300 U800
Class #: 43274

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: FAS 300 U801
Class #: 43275

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European lives and experiences in the age of industrialization, urbanization, and mass politics. World wars, fascism, the Russian Revolution, empires, Europe in the post-World War II era.

Instructor: Michael Ebner
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: HST 112 U800
Class #: 34211

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: HST 112 U801
Class #: 33378

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The development of global society since 1750. Exchanges, connections and interactions between Africa, Asia and the Pacific, India, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East. The relations between these regions, the Americas and Europe.

Instructor: Martin Shanguhyia
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: HST 122 U800
Class #: 34212

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: HST 122 U801
Class #: 33261

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Instructor: Craige Champion
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: HST 300 U800
Class #: 34213

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: HST 300 U801
Class #: 33197

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Instructor: Osamah Khalil
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: HST 300 U802
Class #: 34214

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: HST 300 U803
Class #: 34215

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This course examines the theory and practices of democracy from ancient Athenian democracy to the modern nation-state in a comparative historical framework.

Instructor: Craige Champion
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: HST 358 U800
Class #: 34357

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: HST 358 U801
Class #: 34358

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Explore, design, and critique online instruction; study online instructor and learner competencies; create guidelines for interactivity and resources uses in online courses; experience asynchronous and synchronous, individual and collaborative online activities. Additional work required of graduate students.

Instructor: Tiffany Koszalka
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: IDE 457 U800
Class #: 35522

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: IDE 457 U801
Class #: 35523

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: IDE 756 U800
Class #: 35524

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: IDE 756 U801
Class #: 35525

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Principles for construction and publication of multimedia documents for the Web. Incorporate a user-based approach to planning, design, implementation and management with an entrepreneurial perspective and with a focus on client/enterprise.

Instructor: Jeff Passetti
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: IST 263 U800
Class #: 43108

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: IST 263 U801
Class #: 43109

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Introduction to the use and management of social media technologies, including strategies for communication, awareness of challenges, and tools and techniques for analysis of social media in contemporary organizations.

Instructor: Jason Ryan
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: IST 486 U800
Class #: 37618

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: IST 486 U801
Class #: 37619

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Integration: the definite integral and applications; trigonometric functions, methods of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, elementary differential equations, parametric equations, polar coordinates. 

Instructor: Jeff Meyer
Credit Hours: 4

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: MAT 296 U800
Class #: 34200

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: MAT 296 U801
Class #: 33342

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Nutrient requirements, functions, and sources. Interrelationships and application to food selection for healthy individuals. Weight control, sports nutrition, and dietary supplements are discussed.

Instructor: Kay Bruening / Lynn Brann
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: NSD 225 U800
Class #: 39240

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: NSD 225 U801
Class #: 39241

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: NSD 225 U802
Class #: 39423

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: NSD 225 U803
Class #: 39244

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Presentation and evaluation of reasoning, including arguments, explanations, and the justification of decisions. Topics of current social and ethical interest will serve as examples, with one topic selected for extended study.

Instructor: Dante Dauksz
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 171 U800
Class #: 30893

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 171 U801
Class #: 32112

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Logic as a formal language, as a component of natural language, and as a basis of a programming language. Varieties of logical systems and techniques. Syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.

Instructor: Clark Sexton
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 251 U800
Class #: 31868

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 251 U801
Class #: 31985

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The biological, psychological, and social factors of substance use and related addictions that exist across cultures and species.

Instructor: Ignatius Ijere
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PHP 318 U800
Class #: 39341

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PHP 318 U801
Class #: 39342

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Instructor: Dessa Bergen-Cico
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PHP 642 U800
Class #: 41855

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PHP 642 U801
Class #: 41856

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Institutions and politics of international economic relations. Trade, investment, macro-economic policy coordination, economic development, global resource issues, and the causes and consequences of global economic integration.

Instructor: Daniel McDowell
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PSC 355 U800
Class #: 33354

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PSC 355 U801
Class #: 33355

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The role of ethical concerns, imperatives, and restraints in international relations. Includes realism, just war theory, the ethics of nuclear deterrence, and other topics at the discretion of the instructor.

Instructor: David Morgan
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PSC 363 U800
Class #: 41885

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PSC 363 U801
Class #: 41886

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 363 U800
Class #: 41887

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: PHI 363 U801
Class #: 41888

Course Information

Exploration of the age-old quest for meaning, knowledge, and faith in the face of suffering and loss through art, philosophy, music, and literature.

Instructor: Edward Mooney
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: REL 191 U800
Class #: 31216

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: REL 191 U801
Class #: 31867

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Principal concepts, methods, and findings in sociology. Societal structures, processes, institutions, and social roles from both macro- and microanalytic human behavior perspectives.

Instructor: Selene Cammer-Bechtold / Wencheng Zhang
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 101 U800
Class #: 33198

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 101 U801
Class #: 33199

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 101 U802
Class #: 41827

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 101 U803
Class #: 41828

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Application of sociological theory and methods to identification, description, and analysis of contemporary social problems. Critique and analysis of alternative strategies for social change.

Instructor: Athena Last
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 102 U800
Class #: 41891

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 102 U801
Class #: 41892

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Social forces shaping women’s and men’s lives in contemporary societies. Changing gender expectations. Intersections of gender with race and ethnicity, class, and age. Social movements for women’s and men’s liberation.

Instructor: James Dalton Stevens
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 305 U800
Class #: 34217

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SOC 305 U801
Class #: 34218

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: WGS 305 U800
Class #: 42834

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: WGS 305 U801
Class #: 42835

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Analyzing the Basketball Organization will address business and managerial aspects of professional basketball organizations. Organizational structure and primary functions of management within professional basketball leagues and teams. The WNBA Collective Bargaining Agreement, NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement and similar documents of professional basketball leagues throughout the world. We will compare leagues in terms of organizational structure, market valuation, and competitive balance and study the rules governing player, player trades, free agency, and salary caps, as well as the importance of the NBA’s U.S. anti-trust exemption to its supremacy among professional basketball leagues. Designed primarily to train sport management and sport analytics majors but may also appeal management, finance or economics students. Pre-law students would also benefit from the Collective Bargaining Agreement treatment within the course. Course texts will be chosen such that students without an extensive background in sport management can supplement their readings and achieve success in the class.

Instructor: Shane Sanders
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 300 U802
Class #: 39437

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 300 U803
Class #: 39339

Course Information

Overview of sponsorship and promotional principles used in marketing sport events. An emphasis on proposal writing, sponsorship solicitation, and the elements of a promotional campaign. Students will apply the theory to an existing sport event.

Instructor: David M. Meluni
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 324 U800
Class #: 41878

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 324 U801
Class #: 41879

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Analyzing and explaining sport issues through the lens of economic analysis. Theoretical models and applied applications will be discussed that relates to aspects of professional, collegiate, and amateur sports nationally and internationally.

Instructor: Paul Rodney
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 365 U800
Class #: 39438

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 365 U801
Class #: 39439

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An in-depth analysis of the psychosocial aspects of sport. Varied psychological and sociological topics as they relate to sport/exercise participation, performance, and enjoyment.
PREREQ: SPM 205

Instructor: Jeff Pauline
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 326 U800
Class #: 41880

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SPM 326 U801
Class #: 41881

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Assessment of behavior of diverse individuals, groups, and social systems. Applying concepts from the biological, behavioral, and social sciences in identifying and understanding forms and causes of behavior.

Instructor: Jessica Charbonneau
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: SWK 326 U800
Class #: 39428

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: SWK 326 U801
Class #: 39284

Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: WGS 326 U800
Class #: 33661

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: WGS 326 U801
Class #: 33662

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Study and experiment with contemporary writing styles, designs, and editing conventions. Practice writing in multiple genres for different audiences, purposes, and effects. Explore rhetorical, aesthetic, social, and political dimensions of style.
PREREQ: WRT 205 OR WRT 209 OR ENL 213

Instructor: Collin Gifford Brooke
Credit Hours: 3

Available Sections
Student Type: University College Undergraduate or Graduate Students only
Dept/Class/Section: WRT 308 U800
Class #: 41825

Student Type: Main Campus Undergraduate Students
Dept/Class/Section: WRT 308 U801
Class #: 41826