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Course Schedules

Adult Undergraduate Studies 7-Week Courses
Summer I 2019 Schedule

Biology

BIO 2650 S  01 Crosslisted with CDM 2650 S Photographing Nature: Investigating Biodiversity and Conservation (NLAB)(CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DTobiason
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location: JAC 215     Capacity: 11

Communication

CDM 2650 S  01 Crosslisted with BIO 2650 S Photographing Nature (CS)(FAR)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: LHuaracha
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location: JAC 215     Capacity: 11

Economics

ECN 1010  01 Principles of Microeconomics (SOC)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DGillespie
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location: DSC 157     Capacity: 22

English

ENG 200K S  01 Crosslisted with REL 200K S TP: Apocalyptic Imaginings (CS)(HUM)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: ADuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: DSC 153     Capacity: 7

Exercise & Sports Sci

EXS 0010  01 Concepts of Physical Fitness     1.0 credit
  Instructor: LJensen
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, F
Location: TARC 2020     Capacity: 12
EXS 0010  01 Concepts of Physical Fitness     1.0 credit
  Instructor: LJensen
09:00 AM — 04:00 PM, S
Location: TARC 2020     Capacity: 12
EXS 0130  01 Golf (PE)     1.0 credit
  Instructor: TWollberg
06:00 PM — 07:30 PM, M
Location: TARC 2020     Capacity: 14

Modern Language

SPN 1010  01 Elementary Spanish I (MLA)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: MBorden
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location: LH 424     Capacity: 12

Management and Marketing

MGT 3100 S  01 Introduction to Business Analytics (CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: TGroleau
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location: DSC 259     Capacity: 22
MGT 3300  01 Operations Management     4.0 credits
  Instructor: RRoberson
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: DSC 155     Capacity: 22
MGT 3600  01 Legal Environment of Business     4.0 credits
  Instructor: MPhegley
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location: DSC 159     Capacity: 22

Political Science

POL 2910  01 Constitutional Law II: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (SOC)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: KWatson
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location: DSC 155     Capacity: 22
POL 3040WB  01 Crosslisted with SOC/WMG 3040WB African Transitions(WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: LH 319     Capacity: 5

Religion

REL 1000  01 Understandings of Religion (REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: OAndrejevs
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location: DSC 155     Capacity: 22
REL 200K S  01 Crosslisted with ENG 200K S TP: Apocalyptic Imaginings (CS)(REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DDuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: DSC 153     Capacity: 15
REL 2300  01 Issues in Living and Dying (REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DDuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location: DSC 153     Capacity: 22

Sociology

SOC 3040WB  01 Croslisted with POL/WMG 3040WB African Transitions (WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: LH 319     Capacity: 5

General

GNR 0002  01 Elements of College Learning     2.0 credits
  Instructor: CGrugel
06:00 PM — 08:00 PM, R
Location: LH 424     Capacity: 15

Women & Gender Studies

WMG 3040WB  01 Crosslisted with SOC/POL 3040WB African Transitions (WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location: LH 319     Capacity: 5
 

Important Dates


Subsession
Term begin date: May 28, 2019
Last date to add: May 20, 2019
Last date to drop: Jun 7, 2019
Last date to withdraw: Jun 21, 2019
Term end date: Jul 11, 2019

Schedule of Class Periods

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