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Course Schedules

Semester Courses
Summer 2020 Schedule

Art

ART 200M S  01 Crosslist w THR 200M S TP: The Influence and Expressions of Modern Art and Theatre (CS)(FAR)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: MKruger
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 3

Biology

BIO 2650 S  01 xlist w CDM 2650 S 01 Photographing Nature: Investigating Biodiversity and Conservation (NLAB)(CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DGarrigan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 16
BIO 2650 S  02 xlist w CDM 2650 S 02 Photographing Nature: Investigating Biodiversity and Conservation (NLAB)(CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DGarrigan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 11

Business Administration

BUS 200T  01 TP: Managing Arts and Nonprofit Organizations     4.0 credits
  Instructor: JMadden
Capacity: 15

Communication

CDM 2650 S  01 xlist w BIO 2650 S 01 Photographing Nature (CS)(FAR)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: LHuaracha
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 6
CDM 2650 S  02 xlist w BIO 2650 S 02 Photographing Nature (CS)(FAR)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: LHuaracha
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 11

Economics

ECN 1010  01 Principles of Microeconomics (SOC)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DGillespie
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location:     Capacity: 22
ECN 1020  01 Principles of Macroeconomics (SOC)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DGillespie
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location:     Capacity: 22

English

ENG 200K S  01 Crosslist w REL 200K S TP: Apocalyptic Imaginings (CS)(HUM)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: ADuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 10

Exercise & Sports Sci

EXS 0010  01 Concepts of Physical Fitness     1.0 credit
  Instructor: LJensen
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, F
Location: ARR     Capacity: 14
EXS 0010  01 Concepts of Physical Fitness     1.0 credit
  Instructor: LJensen
09:00 AM — 04:00 PM, S
Location: ARR     Capacity: 14
EXS 0240  01 Yoga (PE)     1.0 credit
  Instructor: KLeslie
06:00 PM — 07:30 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 12
EXS 2500  01 Comprehensive School Health Programming     2.0 credits
  Instructor: ASireno
Capacity: 16
EXS 4020  01 Theory and Practice of Coaching     4.0 credits
  Instructor: RJohnson
Capacity: 16

Finance and Accounting

ACC 2020  01 Managerial Accounting     4.0 credits
  Instructor: BJewell
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 22

Modern Language

MLA 200K S  01 TP: Representations of Germanys Past (HUM)(CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: GBaer
09:00 AM — 12:00 PM, TWRF
Location: ARR ARR     Capacity: 5
SPN 1010  01 Elementary Spanish I (MLA)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: PRollet
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 14
SPN 1020  01 Elementary Spanish II (MLA)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: PRollet
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 14

Management and Marketing

MGT 3300  01 Operations Management     4.0 credits
  Instructor: RRoberson
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 22
MGT 3600  01 Legal Environment of Business     4.0 credits
  Instructor: JJackson6
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, M
Location:     Capacity: 22
MKT 3130  01 Marketing Principles     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DNowak
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 22
MKT 4220  01 Business to Business Marketing     4.0 credits
  Instructor: ARathore
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 22

Nursing

NSG 3012  01 Nursing Practice I: Improving Adult Health Outcomes     4.0 credits
  Instructor: JCrane
Capacity: 25
NSG 3020  01 Nursing Practice III: Improving Mental Health Outcomes     4.0 credits
  Instructor: RMartinez
Capacity: 25
NSG 3022  01 Nursing Practice IV: Improving Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes     4.0 credits
  Instructor: JMaher
Capacity: 25
NSGC3012  01 Nursing Practice I: Improving Adult Health Outcomes (Clinical)     0.0 credits
  Instructor: JCrane
Capacity: 25
NSGC3020  01 Nursing Practice III: Improving Mental Health Outcomes (Clinical)     0.0 credits
  Instructor: RMartinez
Capacity: 25
NSGC3022  01 Nursing Practice IV: Improving Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes (Clinical)     0.0 credits
  Instructor: JMaher
Capacity: 25

Physics/Astronomy

PHY 1000  01 Physics for Future Presidents (NLAB)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: BSchwartz
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 22

Political Science

POL 3040WB  01 xlist SOC/WMG 3040WB African Transitions(WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 8

Religion

REL 1000  01 Understandings of Religion (REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DSchowalte
Capacity: 20
REL 200K S  01 Crosslist w ENG 200K S TP: Apocalyptic Imaginings (CS)(REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DDuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 12
REL 2300  01 Issues in Living and Dying (REL)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: DDuncan
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 22

Sociology

SOC 1000  01 Introduction to Sociology (SOC)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: WMiller
Capacity: 15
SOC 3040WB  01 xlist POL/WMG 3040WB African Transitions (WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 3
SOC 3110  01 Deviance     4.0 credits
  Instructor: GEckstein
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 22

Theatre

THR 200M S  01 Crosslist w ART 200M S TP: The Influence and Expressions of Modern Art and Theatre (CS)(FAR)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: HKruger
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 4

Great Ideas

GFW 3010 BS  01 Mahabharata Seminar in Ancient Thought (HUM) (GH)(CS)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: SAli
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, W
Location:     Capacity: 22

Western Heritage

COR 1110  01 The Intellectual History of Western Heritage II     4.0 credits
  Instructor: CCimaglio
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, R
Location:     Capacity: 15

Women & Gender Studies

WMG 3040WB  01 xlist POL/SOC 3040WB African Transitions (WI)(GH)     4.0 credits
  Instructor: EHauser
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM, T
Location:     Capacity: 4
 

Important Dates


Subsession
Term begin date: May 26, 2020
Last date to add: May 18, 2020
Last date to drop: Jun 5, 2020
Last date to withdraw: Jun 19, 2020
Term end date: Aug 27, 2020

Subsession T1
Term begin date: May 26, 2020
Last date to add: May 18, 2020
Last date to drop: Jun 5, 2020
Last date to withdraw: Jun 19, 2020
Term end date: Jul 9, 2020

Subsession T2
Term begin date: Jul 13, 2020
Last date to add: Jul 6, 2020
Last date to drop: Jul 24, 2020
Last date to withdraw: Aug 7, 2020
Term end date: Aug 27, 2020

Schedule of Class Periods

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