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Class NbrSubjectCatalogSectionClass Description/TopicCourse DescriptionMin UnitsMax UnitsComponentClass Start TimeClass End TimeDaysFacil IDStart DateEnd DateCap EnrlLN,FNGeneral Ed ReqDescr

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60545ANT4771Field Rsch in ArchaeologyIntroduction to archaeological field techniques through excavation of an archaeological site.  Intensive training in site survey, excavations techniques, recording, analysis and preliminary interpretation of archaeological materials.  Generally conducted on prehistoric and historic sites in Maine.  Admission by application only.26FEX6/2/20146/27/201415Robinson,Brian SAppl Sci Knowl,Cultural Diversity & Int'l PerspectField Rsch in Archaeology

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60030ANT4921Capstone in AnthropologyProvides seniors with an opportunity to conduct in-depth research and analysis with a faculty member in conjunction with an existing course.  Program must be approved by department.  Required of majors.11IND5/12/20148/22/201435Capstone ExperienceCapstone in Anthropology

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60031ANT4971Department ProjectsA special project course.  Specific content, scheduling and credit hours proposed by student in consultation with instructor.  Maximum of 3 credit hours.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Department Projects

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60033ANT5971Adv Topics in AnthropologyAdvanced students study selected topics with a staff member.  Credits to be arranged with instructor.13IND5/12/20148/22/20145Adv Topics in Anthropology

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60658ARH2701Topical Survey Hist of Art:  Hty Painting in Maine 1850-PrsSurveys the historical artifacts and monuments of culture not covered by the regular rotation of Department offerings, such as those by African, Asian or Pre-Columbian peoples.  Students may repeat this course for credit to study different cultures.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFL1005/12/20145/30/201425Linehan,Karen ASoc Cont & Inst, Cult Div & Intl Pers, Art & CreatTopical Survey Hist of Art

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60454ARH4961Fld Exp in Art HistoryStudents engaged in professional activities related to their area of study may apply for supervision and credit for the project.199FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Grillo,Michael HFld Exp in Art History

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60517ARH4971Ind Study in Art HistoryAdvanced independent study or research and writing projects in the history of art and related areas.199IND5/12/20148/22/20141Grillo,Michael HInd Study in Art History

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62049ART11012-D DesignFundamentals of basic design through studio experience.  Covers analysis of design, composition and basic perceptual and aesthetic aspects of color.  Uses a series of problems that explore the areas listed above.33LAB6:00 PM8:00 PMTThL3006/17/20148/7/201418Jones,Samantha Cherie StankoArtistic & Creative Expression2-D Design

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62050ART1801Photography IFundamentals of black and white photography, including film processing, printing and print control, camera basics, exposure, photographic history, lighting, and the art of photography.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1426/2/20146/20/201418Smolinsky,Matthew TPhotography I

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62050ART1801Photography IFundamentals of black and white photography, including film processing, printing and print control, camera basics, exposure, photographic history, lighting, and the art of photography.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1466/2/20146/20/201418Smolinsky,Matthew TPhotography I

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62050ART1801Photography IFundamentals of black and white photography, including film processing, printing and print control, camera basics, exposure, photographic history, lighting, and the art of photography.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1426/2/20146/20/201418Smolinsky,Matthew TPhotography I

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62050ART1801Photography IFundamentals of black and white photography, including film processing, printing and print control, camera basics, exposure, photographic history, lighting, and the art of photography.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1466/2/20146/20/201418Smolinsky,Matthew TPhotography I

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60659ART2301Painting IPainting in oil or acrylic paint.  Fundamentals of color mixing, paint application, composition and expressive content.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting I

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60659ART2301Painting IPainting in oil or acrylic paint.  Fundamentals of color mixing, paint application, composition and expressive content.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting I

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60659ART2301Painting IPainting in oil or acrylic paint.  Fundamentals of color mixing, paint application, composition and expressive content.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting I

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60659ART2301Painting IPainting in oil or acrylic paint.  Fundamentals of color mixing, paint application, composition and expressive content.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting I

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62051ART2601Topics in Studio Art:  Docum Photo - Schoodic Int'lSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFL3117/14/20148/22/201412Grillo,Michael HTopics in Studio Art

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60660ART3301Painting IIFurther development of painting concepts with emphasis on the characteristics of materials.  Individual investigations of technical and expressive issues.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting II

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60660ART3301Painting IIFurther development of painting concepts with emphasis on the characteristics of materials.  Individual investigations of technical and expressive issues.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting II

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60660ART3301Painting IIFurther development of painting concepts with emphasis on the characteristics of materials.  Individual investigations of technical and expressive issues.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting II

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60660ART3301Painting IIFurther development of painting concepts with emphasis on the characteristics of materials.  Individual investigations of technical and expressive issues.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/201418Linehan,James EPainting II

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62057ART3601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1516/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62057ART3601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1546/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62057ART3601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1516/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62057ART3601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1546/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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60785ART3971Ind Study in Studio ArtAdvanced independent study and research in studio art or related areas.  Projects must be designed by the student and approved by the designated instructor.199IND5/12/20148/22/20141Grillo,Michael HInd Study in Studio Art

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60693ART4301Painting IIIGuided study in painting stressing individual growth through special projects.  Emphasis on conceptual as well as technical development.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/20143Linehan,James EPainting III

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60693ART4301Painting IIIGuided study in painting stressing individual growth through special projects.  Emphasis on conceptual as well as technical development.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/20143Linehan,James EPainting III

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60693ART4301Painting IIIGuided study in painting stressing individual growth through special projects.  Emphasis on conceptual as well as technical development.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1385/12/20145/30/20143Linehan,James EPainting III

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60693ART4301Painting IIIGuided study in painting stressing individual growth through special projects.  Emphasis on conceptual as well as technical development.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1415/12/20145/30/20143Linehan,James EPainting III

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62058ART4601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1516/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62058ART4601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1546/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62058ART4601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1516/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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62058ART4601Topics in Studio Art:  Landscape DrawingAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1546/2/20146/20/201418Bourne,LouiseTopics in Studio Art

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60739ART4961Field Experience in ArtStudents engaged in professional activities related to their area of study may apply for supervision and credit for the project.199FEX5/12/20148/22/20142Grillo,Michael HField Experience in Art

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60656AST1091Introduction to AstronomyA descriptive survey of astronomy including contemporary views of the universe.  Topics include the solar system, stars, galaxies, black holes, quasars, and cosmology.  May be taken without AST 110. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without AST 110.  Together with AST 110, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThBD1157/14/20148/22/201423Pearson,David WIntroduction to Astronomy

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60657AST1101Intro to Astronomy LabLaboratory and observational exercises to accompany AST 109. Together with AST 109, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM2:00 PMMWB3017/14/20148/22/201416Intro to Astronomy Lab

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60193AST4971Topics in AstrophysicsSelected topics in areas not already covered by regular course offerings in the Department.13IND6Topics in Astrophysics

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60559AVS1961Intro to Equine CooperativeIntroductory field experience in the handling and care of the University of Maine equine herd.01FEX6:00 PM8:00 PMMWC5/12/20148/22/201415Causey,Robert CIntro to Equine Cooperative

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60560AVS3031Equine Management CooperativeWork experience at the equine operation at the J.F. Witter Teaching and Research Center.  Students work in teams to manage the University equine herd, including feeding, nutrition, health management, retraining of donated horses, maintenance and marketing.22FEX6:00 PM8:00 PMMWC5/12/20148/22/201415Causey,Robert CEquine Management Cooperative

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60351AVS3681Independent Std Animal SciAn in-depth study into a specific area to be approved by the staff advisor at time of registration.  (1) breeding, (2) disease, (3) management, (4) nutrition, (5) physiology.  Not more than five credit hours will be permitted toward graduation.199IND5/12/20148/22/201420Causey,Robert CIndependent Std Animal Sci

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60352AVS3961Fld Exp Animal & Vet SciAn approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major for which academic credit is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in a job related to their professional career goals.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201430Stokes,Martin RFld Exp Animal & Vet Sci

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60370AVS3971Equine InternshipField experience in the equine industry, or with an equine veterinarian.14FEX5/12/20148/22/201416Causey,Robert CEquine Internship

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60353AVS6901Grad Rsch Animal ScienceAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201415Stokes,Martin RGrad Rsch Animal Science

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60354AVS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchAs available.199THS5/12/20148/22/201415Bayer,Robert CGraduate Thesis / Research

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60163BIO1001Basic BiologyAn introduction to the following fundamental topics in biology: the structure and function of cells, the molecular basis and mechanisms of genetic inheritance, concepts in evolution, mechanisms of metabolism, and ecology.  Open to students in all colleges, but limited to students in programs requiring this course or intending to take additional biology courses.44LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201448Lab in the Basic or Applied SciencesBasic Biology

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60166BIO2081Anatomy & PhysiologyAn intermediate lecture and laboratory course on the structure of the human body and how it works.44LEC11:00 AM12:30 PMMTWThFM1066/2/20147/3/201440Atkins,Lynn AnnLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesAnatomy & Physiology

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62072BIO3881Research Capstone in BiologyOpen to seniors who have special interest and qualifications in some branch of biological research.  (May be repeated for credit until a total of 3 credits has been earned.) A total of 3 credits are required to satisfy the General Education Writing Intensive and Capstone Experience Requirements.13INDARRGD5/12/20145/30/20143Kass,Leonard JResearch Capstone in Biology

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60386BIO6991Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Alyokhin,AndreiGraduate Thesis / Research

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60136BLE5991Ind Std Biologic EngineeringAdvanced independent study for qualified students who present suitable projects for intensive investigation in the area of faculty interest.  May be repeated for credit.13IND10Ind Std Biologic Engineering

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60137BLE6991Graduate Thesis / Research199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Bousfield,Douglas WGraduate Thesis / Research

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60070BMB2071Fundamentals of ChemistryReviews the essentials of inorganic chemistry including measurements, elements, compunds and bond formation, chemical reactions and quantities, gasses, solutions and acid-base chemistry as they relate to biological chemistry.  BMB 207 does not serve as a prerequisite for CHY 122, and is not recommended for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary, or pre-optometry programs of study. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without BMB 209.  To33LEC8:00 AM9:20 AMMTWThFHR2037/7/20148/8/201440Weber,Robert JamesFundamentals of Chemistry

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60073BMB4911Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Molloy,Sally DixonCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

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60084BMB6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Sher,RogerGraduate Thesis / Research

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60403BMS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis16THS5/12/20148/22/201435Kim,Carol HGraduate Thesis / Research

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60463BUA2021Prin of Managerial AcctThis course is an introduction to the use and preparation of accounting information for management decision-making and analysis.  It includes techniques that can be used by all businesses in evaluating, planning and controlling operations.  The course focuses on how manufacturing costs are accounted for and used to make business decisions, the nature of cost-volume-profit relationships and the contribution margin approach to decision making, preparation and use of budgets and financial statement33LEC9:30 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDPC2156/16/20147/3/201432Coons,Wendy RPrin of Managerial Acct

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62090BUA2201Legal Environment of BusAn examination of fundamental legal concepts and their application to the business community.  Considers the evolution of law and its underlying conceptual framework from which legal rules and principles of business develop.  Selected legal cases will be critically analyzed and discussed. Satisfies the General Education Social Context & Institutions requirement. Together with BUA 449, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.33LEC5:00 PM8:30 PMTThDPC2156/3/20147/3/201432Broderick,Martha ASocial Contexts & InstitutionsLegal Environment of Bus

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62092BUA3301Human Resource ManagementThe course examines the role of human resource management (HRM) in the context of the overall business strategy.  Specifically, the course covers HRM activities including planning, recruitment, selection, training, performance management, compensation, benefits and their alignment with a business strategy.  It also considers internal and external factors that impact management of talent in a context of ongoing globalization, workplace diversity and legal compliance.33LEC1:00 PM3:35 PMMTWThFDPC2175/12/20145/30/201440Erhardt,Niclas LWriting IntensiveHuman Resource Management

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60464BUA3501Business FinanceIntroduces the principles of finance including time value of money, security valuation, capital budgeting and measurement of risk.  Emphasis is on financial decision-making in the corporate environment.33LEC9:30 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDPC2175/12/20145/30/201440Borgman,Richard HBusiness Finance

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60039BUA3961Field Exper/InternshipStudents may earn from one to six credit hours for a pre-planned, supervised field experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  Credit will not be awarded for work experience acquired prior to registration for this course.16FEX5/12/20148/22/20145Mandzik,CarolField Exper/Internship

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62095BUA4491Strategic ManagementA study of administrative decision making and policy setting, with consideration of social and political forces, and ethical values. Satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement. Together with BUA 220, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.33LEC5:00 PM8:00 PMTThDPC2185/13/20146/19/201424Harkins,Jason ACapstone ExperienceStrategic Management

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60519BUA4981Ind Study Undergrad StudentsProvides an opportunity for well-qualified students to pursue a selected topic in great depth under the supervision of an individual faculty member.  Topic to be determined in consultation with instructor.33IND5/12/20148/22/20141Welcomer,StephanieInd Study Undergrad Students

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62091BUA6451Selected Adv Top in Bus Adm:  Ethics & Corporate Social RespAdvanced study in various aspects of functional areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and management information systems.33LEC5:30 PM9:00 PMMWDPC2186/2/20147/2/201420Welcomer,StephanieSelected Adv Top in Bus Adm

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60054BUA6951MBA InternshipField experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  (Neither past work experience nor field experience courses taken at other campuses or universities will be permitted as substitutes.) 14RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Mandzik,CarolMBA Internship

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60055BUA6971Field Experience AccountingField experience in accounting relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  Neither past work experience nor field experience courses taken at other campuses or universities will be permitted as substitutes.13FEX5/12/20148/22/20145Field Experience Accounting

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60056BUA6981Independent StudyProvides an opportunity for well-qualified students to pursue a selected topic in great depth under the supervision of an individual faculty member.  The topics is to be determined in consultation with the faculty instructor.14IND5/12/20148/22/20145Independent Study

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60572CAN4011Readings in Canadian StudiesAn independent reading course examining issues and problems not studied in regular offerings.  The course is arranged between the student and a Canadian Studies faculty member.33IND5/12/20148/22/20142Pelletier,Raymond JReadings in Canadian Studies

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62178CEC5521Effect Group Work Help ProfTheoretical and experiential study of group counseling dynamics, purposes, development, and theories in conjunction with exploration of leadership styles, skills, and methods.  A mix of didactic, written, and practical activities link research, theory, and practice.33LEC4:00 PM8:30 PMMThSL3135/12/20146/20/201415Nelligan,Annette FEffect Group Work Help Prof

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60645CEC5601Counselor Educ PrepracticumBridges cognitive courses to the counseling practicum experience.  Designed to gain competency in basic counseling skills across the life span.  Emphasizes self-reflection and personal growth through video taping sessions.33IND4:00 PM7:30 PMThSL3205/15/20147/31/20148Shannonhouse,LauraCounselor Educ Prepracticum

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62181CEC5801Counselor Educ Institute:  Creative Arts in CounselingProvides understanding and insight into the area of counselor education. Attention given to literature, research, practices and materials.33LEC4:00 PM8:00 PMTSL2015/20/20147/22/201410Lin,Yung WeiCounselor Educ Institute

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62180CEC5851Sub Abuse: Couns/Treat/PrevProvides an understanding of processes, stages and effects of physical addictions, social addictions, social and psychological dynamics of chemical dependency, and the counselor's role in prevention, intervention, and ongoing services.33LEC18Sub Abuse: Couns/Treat/Prev

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60457CEC6901Counselor Educ InternshipOn site supervised experiences at school or mental health settings where students have the opportunities to perform all activities of a regularly employed school or mental health counselor.16FEX2:00 PM4:00 PMWSL2015/14/20148/13/201410Nelligan,Annette FCounselor Educ Internship

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60458CEC6941Adv Cnsl Educ InternshipAdvanced practice of counseling activities in educational or mental health settings that includes additional direct client services, related professional activities, and continued supervision for doctoral students preparing for counselor education.19FEX4:00 PM6:00 PMWSL3205/14/20148/13/201410Nelligan,Annette FAdv Cnsl Educ Internship

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60105CET3941Construction Mgt Tech PracCooperative work experience at full-time employment for at least a continuous 10 week period.  (Summer.)33RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Gray Jr,Howard MConstruction Mgt Tech Prac

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60126CHB3611Chem Eng & Bioengine Lab IApplies the principles of chemical engineering unit operations and process control in the laboratory, using pilot scale equipment.  Applies the principles of bioengineering in the laboratory using analogs of biological systems and appropriate instrumentation.  An emphasis is placed on formal written and oral reports.33LAB1:00 PM5:00 PMWThJ1047/9/20148/7/201412Co,AlbertWriting IntensiveChem Eng & Bioengine Lab I

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60126CHB3611Chem Eng & Bioengine Lab IApplies the principles of chemical engineering unit operations and process control in the laboratory, using pilot scale equipment.  Applies the principles of bioengineering in the laboratory using analogs of biological systems and appropriate instrumentation.  An emphasis is placed on formal written and oral reports.33LAB1:00 PM5:00 PMWThJ1047/9/20148/7/201412Neivandt,David JWriting IntensiveChem Eng & Bioengine Lab I

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60138CHB4941Chem Erg & Bioeng PracticeA cooperative work experience in a commercial operation of the chemical process industry.  A cooperative work experience in an industrial, non-profit, government, medical or academic environment in Bioengineering.   May be repeated for credit to a maximum of 8 credit hours.  (Offered by arrangement.)199FEX5/12/20148/22/201440Pendse,Hemant PChem Erg & Bioeng Practice

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60095CHE3521Process ControlProcess dynamics described by ordinary differential equations and by linearized approximations.  Covers solution of system equations by the use of LaPlace transforms, concepts of feedback control, process dynamics and closed loop system analysis.  (Fall and Summer.)33LEC9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThJ1027/7/20148/7/201420Hwalek,John JProcess Control

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60121CHE3601Elem of Chem Engineering IIntroduction to rate operations, stage operations, and the principles of molecular and turbulent transport of mass, momentum, and energy including application of these principles to chemical engineering unit operations.  (Fall and Summer.)44LEC1:10 PM4:00 PMMTWThJ1046/2/20147/3/201420Co,AlbertElem of Chem Engineering I

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60128CHE3621Elements-Chem Engineering IIA continuation of CHE 360.  Unit operations with emphasis on equilibrium stage operations involving interphase mass transfer - absorption, distillation, extraction leaching plus selected other topics such as drying, absorption and filtration.  (Spring and Summer.)44LEC1:10 PM4:00 PMMTWThJ1026/2/20147/3/201420Hwalek,John JElements-Chem Engineering II

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60133CHE3681Kinetics & Reactor DesignThe analysis and design of chemical reactors.  The fundamental principles of chemical kinetics and of heat and mass transfer are applied to various types of chemical reactors.  (Spring and Summer.)33LEC9:00 AM11:00 AMMTWThJ1047/7/20148/7/201420Pendse,Hemant PKinetics & Reactor Design

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60134CHE3861Chem Eng Thermodynamics IIA continuation of CHE 385.  Emphasis on homogeneous mixtures, multi-component vapor-liquid equilibria, chemical reaction equilibria and the thermodynamic analysis of chemical processes.  (Fall and Summer.)33LEC1:10 PM4:00 PMMTWThJ1067/7/20148/7/201420Ruthven,Douglas MChem Eng Thermodynamics II

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60705CHE4971Independent StudyIndividual, independent study of a specialized topic under supervision of an advisor and at least one other faculty member.  A formal report is required upon completion of the study.  Maximum of 3 accumulated credit hours.  (Fall, Spring and Summer.)33IND5/12/20148/22/201410Millard,Paul JIndependent Study

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60135CHE4981Spec Topics in Chem Eng:  Phys Chem in CHE/BIOClass work in selected subjects in the field of chemical engineering, or related areas of science and technology, not covered in other courses.  May be repeated for credit.  (Offered by arrangement.)13LEC9:00 AM11:00 AMMTWThJ1066/2/20147/3/201420Mason,Michael DSpec Topics in Chem Eng

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62122CHE5981Spec Topics in Chem Eng:  Colloid & Surface ScienceSpecial topics presented as need and interest require.  Topics will include studies relevant to fields of application, such as pulp and paper, polymers, process control, materials conversion, and surface properties.  (Offered by arrangement.)33IND5/12/20145/30/201420Mason,Michael DSpec Topics in Chem Eng

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60139CHE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Bousfield,Douglas WGraduate Thesis / Research

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60194CHF4091Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Caron,Sandra LSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

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60377CHF4961Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201425Caron,Sandra LFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

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60318CHY1211Intro to ChemistryTopics include: units and definitions, atomic structure, bonding, chemical change, concentration of solutions, reaction rates and equilibria, acid-base chemistry and summary topics related to applications in materials science, biological chemistry and the environment. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without CHY 123.  Together with CHY 123, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.33LEC9:30 AM11:00 AMMTWThFA3166/2/20147/3/201460Cole,Barbara J WIntro to Chemistry

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60322CHY1221Molecular Basis Chem ChangeTopics include: atomic and molecular bonding; classes of chemical reactions, reactivity of non-metals and metals; materials chemistry; kinetics; thermodynamics; electrochemistry; nuclear chemistry. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without CHY 124.  Together with CHY 124, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.33LEC9:30 AM11:00 AMMTWThFA3167/7/20148/8/201460Molecular Basis Chem Change

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60319CHY1231Intro to Chemistry LabIntroduction to experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 121, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA2276/2/20147/3/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MIntro to Chemistry Lab

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60323CHY1241Mol Basis Chem Change LabA continuation of CHY 123.  Experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 122, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA2277/7/20148/8/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MMol Basis Chem Change Lab

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60321CHY2511Organic Chemistry IAn introduction to the chemistry of carbon compounds.33LEC9:30 AM11:00 AMMTWThFA4286/2/20147/3/201450Jensen,Bruce LOrganic Chemistry I

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60508CHY2531Organic Chemistry Lab IAn introduction to the separation, synthesis and analysis of organic compounds in the laboratory.22LAB1:10 PM5:00 PMMWThA4626/2/20147/3/201416Jensen,Bruce LOrganic Chemistry Lab I

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60334CHY3941Field Exp/Cooperative EducSupervised employment with relevance to the study of chemistry in the public or private sector.  A proposed program of study, mutually agreed upon by the student, faculty adviser, and "Co-Op" sponsor may be carried out in the summertime or during the academic year.  A written report is required.19FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Cole,Barbara J WField Exp/Cooperative Educ

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60336CHY4981Undergraduate ResearchStudents will conduct a research project under the supervision of faculty member.  A total of three credit hours are required for a degree in Chemistry.  It is recommended that students register for one credit hour in each of three different semesters to fulfill this requirement.  Together with CHY 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement.  A minimum of 3 credits of CHY 498 & 3 credits of CHY 499 are needed to fulfill the requirement.12IND5/12/20148/22/201410Cole,Barbara J WUndergraduate Research

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60337CHY4991Undergraduate ThesisWritten report of an original investigation carried out in the library and laboratory. Together with CHY 498, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement.  A minimum of 3 credits of CHY 498 & 3 credits of CHY 499 are needed to fulfill the requirement.13THS5/12/20148/22/201410Cole,Barbara J WUndergraduate Thesis

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60338CHY6981Graduate ResearchGraduate Research199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Cole,Barbara J WGraduate Research

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60339CHY6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Amar,Francois GGraduate Thesis / Research

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60287CIE3941Civil Engineering PracticeCooperative work experience in civil and environmental engineering.  Up to three credits may count toward the degree.  (Usually summer.)13RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Sandford,Thomas CCivil Engineering Practice

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60288CIE6991Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Amirbahman,AriaGraduate Thesis / Research

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62006CMJ1021Fund Interpersonal CommunThe basic elements of interpersonal communication, with special emphasis on developing knowledge and skills applicable to face-to-face interactions between individuals and in small groups.  Participation in research to a maximum of 3 hours is expected.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDU4015/12/20145/30/201424Rawlins,Lauren ShelleySocial Contexts & InstitutionsFund Interpersonal Commun

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60036CMJ1031Fund Public CommunThe nature and problems of public speech communication, with practical experience in representative speaking situations.  Participation in research to a maximum of 3 hours is expected.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDU4175/12/20145/30/201420Beaty-Kauffman,Terray TSocial Contexts & InstitutionsFund Public Commun

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62007CMJ1061StorytellingAn introduction to the oral communication of literature (storytelling, prose, and poetry) to an audience.  Emphasis on gaining greater sensitivity and expressiveness as a communicator.  Participation in research to a maximum of 3 hours is expected.33LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFDU4015/12/20145/30/201424Noonan,Allison MArtistic & Creative ExpressionOral Commun of Lit

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60357CMJ4951InternshipApproved work experience for departmental majors in the application of communication to practical, theoretical or research problems in any public service agency, business, or other setting approved by the department.  Requirements include an initial written application showing the projected experience and its relevance to communication, conferences with faculty supervisor, periodic logs or summaries, plus a final written report.  May be repeated up to 6 hours.13RSG5/12/20148/22/201415Socolow,Michael JInternship

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60640CMJ5931Topics in Communication:  Media PsychologyAdvanced study of selected topics.33LEC9:00 AM12:00 PMTThDU4245/13/20145/29/201415Brookes,SarahTopics in Communication

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60358CMJ6901Directed ResearchThe opportunity to study a particular problem under faculty supervision.  May be repeated up to 6 credit hours.13RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Peterson,Eric EDirected Research

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60359CMJ6931Reading for Master's Compno description available.11IND5/12/20148/22/201410Peterson,Eric EReading for Master's Comp

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60360CMJ6951Graduate InternshipField experience in observing, analyzing, and solving communication problems in organizations.  May be repeated for credit.13RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Socolow,Michael JGraduate Internship

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60361CMJ6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchNo description available.199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Peterson,Eric EGraduate Thesis / Research

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62318COS2201Intro to C++ ProgrammingTopics include programming techniques with a brief introduction to hardware concepts as they apply to software development.  Students are assigned programs emphasizing numerical algorithms for implementation in the C++ language.  Assumes knowledge of the Windows operating system, basic word processing, and file and folder management.  Some prior experience in programming logic, macros, or scripting is recommended. NOTE: Degree credit will not be given for both COS 220 and COS 215.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFBD1075/12/20145/30/201425Latour,Laurence JMathematicsIntro to C++ Programming

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60372COS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Dickens,Phillip MGraduate Thesis / Research

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62083CSD1011American Sign Language IIntroduction to American Sign Language syntax, morphology, phonology, history and culture. Focus on dialogue.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMMWDU1155/12/20147/2/201420Pierce,Carrie JAmerican Sign Language I

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60563CSD5861Current Issues Clin Practice:  TelepracticeAdvanced study of topics related to current professional and clinical issues in speech-language pathology.  Topics to be arranged.  May be repeated for credit.33IND4:10 PM7:30 PMTWDU3165/13/20145/28/201418Monnier,Casey LeeCurrent Issues Clin Practice

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60563CSD5861Current Issues Clin Practice:  TelepracticeAdvanced study of topics related to current professional and clinical issues in speech-language pathology.  Topics to be arranged.  May be repeated for credit.33IND4:10 PM7:30 PMTWDU3165/13/20145/28/201418Walker,Judy PCurrent Issues Clin Practice

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60563CSD5861Current Issues Clin Practice:  TelepracticeAdvanced study of topics related to current professional and clinical issues in speech-language pathology.  Topics to be arranged.  May be repeated for credit.33IND8:00 AM4:00 PMFDU3165/16/20145/30/201418Monnier,Casey LeeCurrent Issues Clin Practice

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60563CSD5861Current Issues Clin Practice:  TelepracticeAdvanced study of topics related to current professional and clinical issues in speech-language pathology.  Topics to be arranged.  May be repeated for credit.33IND8:00 AM4:00 PMFDU3165/16/20145/30/201418Walker,Judy PCurrent Issues Clin Practice

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60564CSD6861Clinical Practicum:  Speech Lang Pathology-CSLHCSupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Bethony,MelissaClinical Practicum

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60564CSD6861Clinical Practicum:  Speech Lang Pathology-CSLHCSupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Burgess,Susan DClinical Practicum

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60564CSD6861Clinical Practicum:  Speech Lang Pathology-CSLHCSupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Monnier,Casey LeeClinical Practicum

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60737CSD6901Directed Research IIn-depth topical study under faculty supervision.  May be repeated for credit.13RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Smith,Allan BDirected Research I

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60736CSD6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Smith,Allan BGraduate Thesis / Research

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60578CSP1011Student Success CourseOnline or lecture based course, designed to assist students in self-evaluation and personal assessment to develop learning strategies for success in college and life.  This course is recommended for all students desiring to optimize and enrich their college learning as well as improve life skills.  It is strongly recommended that students should be taking at least one 3 credit course in which to apply the study skills component.  Preference is given to first and second year students.13SEM9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDU1157/7/20147/25/201430Willett,Mary BethStudent Success Course

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60355DIS6801Ind Std Disability StudiesIndividual work on a disability related topic or problem selected by the student and approved by a Center for Community Inclusion faculty member.16IND5/12/20148/22/20145Zeph,Lucille AInd Std Disability Studies

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60435EAD5311School Law for AdminThe Constitutional framework, legal issues and state statutes affecting the practice of school administration.  Special emphasis on the impact of recent court decisions.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMWML3355/14/20147/23/201420Knowles,Paul DSchool Law for Admin

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60886EAD5511Dynamics of Change in SchoolsProvides students an introduction to contemporary thinking about both the theoretical and practical processes of change and school improvement efforts.33LECWEB7/7/20148/15/201418Enright,Judith SDynamics of Change in Schools

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60676EAD5621Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMWML3305/14/20146/25/201415Marnik,George FGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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60676EAD5621Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC8:30 AM2:30 PMSaML3305/31/20145/31/201415Marnik,George FGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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60676EAD5621Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC8:30 AM2:30 PMSaML3306/21/20146/21/201415Marnik,George FGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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62132EAD5641Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol PersOrganizational analysis; investigation of the social, political, economic context of organizations; strategies surrounding strategic planning, goal setting and visioning; and change theory and its application.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMThARRGD5/15/20145/29/201420Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol Pers

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62132EAD5641Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol PersOrganizational analysis; investigation of the social, political, economic context of organizations; strategies surrounding strategic planning, goal setting and visioning; and change theory and its application.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMThARRGD6/19/20146/26/201420Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol Pers

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62132EAD5641Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol PersOrganizational analysis; investigation of the social, political, economic context of organizations; strategies surrounding strategic planning, goal setting and visioning; and change theory and its application.33LEC8:30 AM2:30 PMSaARRGD6/7/20146/14/201420Ed Org from Per/Soc & Pol Pers

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60456EAD6151The PrincipalshipOrganization, supervision, and leadership of school faculty, students, and curriculum, focusing on the role of the principal.33LEC4:00 PM8:00 PMMSL3207/7/20147/21/201425The Principalship

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60456EAD6151The PrincipalshipOrganization, supervision, and leadership of school faculty, students, and curriculum, focusing on the role of the principal.33LEC4:00 PM8:00 PMMThSL2176/16/20146/26/201425The Principalship

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60456EAD6151The PrincipalshipOrganization, supervision, and leadership of school faculty, students, and curriculum, focusing on the role of the principal.33LEC4:00 PM8:00 PMThSL2017/17/20147/17/201425The Principalship

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60583EAD6341School Personnel ManagementCovers recruitment, assignments, in-service training of teachers; job analysis and evaluation; leave, tenure and salary policies; staff participation in management.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMTARRGD5/13/20147/1/201420Lyons,Richard AlbertSchool Personnel Management

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60583EAD6341School Personnel ManagementCovers recruitment, assignments, in-service training of teachers; job analysis and evaluation; leave, tenure and salary policies; staff participation in management.33LEC8:30 AM11:30 AMSaARRGD5/17/20146/28/201420Lyons,Richard AlbertSchool Personnel Management

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60325ECE2091Fund of Electric CircuitsBasic circuit laws and theorems, operational amplifiers, natural and forced response of first order circuits, phasors and steady-state AC circuits, 3 phase circuits.  For non-majors.33LEC9:00 AM12:15 PMMTWThFBW1255/12/20148/22/201440Hanselman,DuaneFund of Electric Circuits

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60332ECE3941Elec & Comp Eng PracticeWork experience in electrical engineering and/or computer engineering.  May be repeated for credit. (Fall, Spring and Summer.)13FEX5/12/20148/22/201415Segee,Bruce EElec & Comp Eng Practice

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60330ECE4011Elec Eng Design ProjectFirst of a three semester sequence of courses involving the design, implementation and reporting of an engineering device, system or software package by an individual student or small group.  Part one: project selection, feasibility studies and proposal writing.11LEC5/12/20148/22/201410Hummels,Donald MElec Eng Design Project

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60330ECE4011Elec Eng Design ProjectFirst of a three semester sequence of courses involving the design, implementation and reporting of an engineering device, system or software package by an individual student or small group.  Part one: project selection, feasibility studies and proposal writing.11LEC5/12/20148/22/201410Sheaff,Andrew KElec Eng Design Project

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60331ECE4021Elec Eng Design ProjectSecond of a three semester sequence of courses involving the design, implementation and reporting of an engineering device, system or software package by an individual student or small groups.  Part two: resource location, module debugging, prototype testing.44LEC5/12/20148/22/201410Sheaff,Andrew KElec Eng Design Project

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60326ECE4651Intro to SensorsVarious types of conductometric, acoustic, magnetic, thermal and optical sensors are presented.  Techniques for interfacing the sensors using microprocessor control systems and signal processing are discussed.  Applications of sensor systems in medicine, environmental monitoring, the automotive industry, the chemical industry, manufacturing and construction are given.  (Spring.)33LEC5/12/20148/22/201415Vetelino,John FIntro to Sensors

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62116ECE6631Des & Fab Surface Wave DevicesCovers the design, fabrication and measurement of surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices, e.g. delay lines, filters, resonators, oscillators, convolvers and sensors.  Topics include: planar fabrication techniques, surface properties of piezolectric crystals, photolithography, vacuum technologies for thin film deposition, electronic systems for the measurements of impulse and frequency response, phase and group velocity, insertion loss, distortions and spurious effects.  (Spring.)33LEC9:00 AM10:30 AMTThBW1306/3/20148/7/201410Pereira Da Cunha,MauricioDes & Fab Surface Wave Devices

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60329ECE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201415Vetelino,John FGraduate Thesis / Research

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60316ECO1211Principles of MacroeconomicsPrinciples of macroeconomics and their application to modern economic issues and problems.  Analysis of national income and employment; fluctuations in national income; monetary and fiscal policy; control of inflation, unemployment, and growth; and international aspects of macroeconomic performance.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFHR2035/12/20145/30/201440Breece,James HSocial Contexts & InstitutionsPrinciples of Macroeconomics

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60317ECO3951Field ExperienceAn approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major and for which academic credit is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in a job related to their professional career goals.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201420Cheng,Hsiang-TaiField Experience

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60402ECO4971Independent StudiesAnalysis of current problems in resource economics and policy, and community development.  May be repeated for additional credit.13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Teisl,Mario FIndependent Studies

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60541ECO5651Grad Economics PracticumPresents material on conducting and presenting economic research, with an emphasis on application to economic policy.  Requires completion and presentation of a substantial research project.33RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Teisl,Mario FGrad Economics Practicum

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60573ECO5951Graduate Internship in EcoLimited to graduate students who choose the internship option.  Internships in public or private institutions in situations requiring application of economic theories and methodologies.  Written reports are required.36RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Teisl,Mario FGraduate Internship in Eco

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60400ECO5971Independent StudiesAnalysis of current problems in resource economics and policy and community development.  May be repeated for a total of 6 credits.13IND5/12/20148/22/201412Teisl,Mario FIndependent Studies

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60574ECO6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201430Teisl,Mario FGraduate Thesis / Research

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60889EDA5211Evaluation of InstructionA basic course for elementary and secondary school teachers.  Emphasis on utilizing various strategies of evaluation in classroom and school.33LECWEB6/16/20148/1/201418Maddaus,John EEvaluation of Instruction

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60335EDB2041The Teaching ProcessExamines procedures of instructional planning, including improved use of small groups, classroom space, and appropriate teaching materials; measurement, evaluation, and reporting of pupil learning. Prerequisite to student teaching in all regular undergraduate programs.33LEC25The Teaching Process

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60855EDC5331Dynamics of the CurriculumExamines problems and issues of curriculum development common to all areas of instruction and all educational levels.  Provides an opportunity to acquire concepts and skills which may be applied to the curriculum development process in local school districts.33LECWEB6/16/20148/3/201418Brazee,Edward NDynamics of the Curriculum

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62272EDG4991Alt Prac/Sem in EducAlternative capstone experience for students who choose not to seek teacher certification prior to graduation and takes the place of the student teaching experience.  Students will develop and implement an approved course of study to include the following components: research review; application of research to practice; reflection; and presentation.  May combine a practicum as part of the course of study within the seminar.  Students will draw upon academic and professional course work, examine36RSGARRGD5/12/20148/22/201412Elmer,Steven JCapstone ExperienceAlt Prac/Sem in Educ

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62193EDG5951Educational ResearchEvaluates selected research in education in relation to the appropriateness of the design to the stated purpose of the study. Students select and present research problem with special attention to design and studies related to it.33LEC5:00 PM8:00 PMTThSL116/17/20148/7/201420Educational Research

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60367EDG6571Educ PracticumSupervised practice in applying professional skills to administration, supervision, science education, social studies, special education and language instruction. Activity will be selected by the student and advisor.16RSG5/12/20148/22/20143Lehnhard,Robert AEduc Practicum

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60366EDG6911Graduate ApprenticeshipApprenticeship training in supervision, administration, social studies, special education, physical education, science education or another area of interest. Available only to full-time graduate students with permission well in advance of class meeting.26IND5/12/20148/22/20143Lehnhard,Robert AGraduate Apprenticeship

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60733EDG6931Educational InternshipProvides on-the-job experience through special arrangements with cooperating University departments, community agencies, or public schools.26RSG5/12/20148/22/20141Garthwait,Abigail CEducational Internship

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60501EDH5011Social Context of EducationProvides a theoretical framework for analyzing the influences of schools, families, communitites, government policies, society and culture on student learning and classroom interactions, along with exploration of specific illustrativve examples of importance to beginning teachers.33LEC9:00 AM10:00 AMMTWThSL3208/4/20148/22/201425Robertson,Cheryl ASocial Context of Education

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMFML221A7/11/20147/11/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMMML221A6/23/20146/23/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMMML221A7/14/20147/14/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMMML221A7/28/20147/28/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMTML221A7/22/20147/22/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMThML221A6/19/20146/19/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMThML221A7/24/20147/24/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMThML221A7/31/20147/31/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMThML221A8/7/20148/7/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMWML221A7/9/20147/9/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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62145EDS6421Sem in School LeadershipConsiders problems related to the leadership of individual schools.33SEM5:00 PM8:00 PMWML221A7/16/20147/16/201420Hollicker,Kathryn LSem in School Leadership

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60371EDS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS3Graduate Thesis / Research

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62106EDT5551Computers & Cooperative LearnStrategies for using computer technology in cooperative learning environments.  Topics include theoretical explanations of cooperative groups, online cooperative learning projects, criteria for evaluating resources and lesson plans.33LEC9:30 AM12:00 PMWSL357/9/20147/9/201416Kusiak,KarenComputers & Cooperative Learn

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62106EDT5551Computers & Cooperative LearnStrategies for using computer technology in cooperative learning environments.  Topics include theoretical explanations of cooperative groups, online cooperative learning projects, criteria for evaluating resources and lesson plans.33LEC9:30 AM12:00 PMWSL358/6/20148/6/201416Kusiak,KarenComputers & Cooperative Learn

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62106EDT5551Computers & Cooperative LearnStrategies for using computer technology in cooperative learning environments.  Topics include theoretical explanations of cooperative groups, online cooperative learning projects, criteria for evaluating resources and lesson plans.33LEC7/7/20148/8/201416Kusiak,KarenComputers & Cooperative Learn

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62131EDT6971Ind Study Instructional TechProvides graduate students with an opportunity to increase professional competence through independent readings and research. Students plan individual projects to gain competencies in instructional technology.16IND5/12/20148/22/201410Garthwait,Abigail CInd Study Instructional Tech

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62194EDU5901Topics in Education:  Curr & Org of Mid Sch & Jr. HiConcentrated study of designated topics in education.  Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest.  May be repeated for credit.  Some sections may have prerequisites beyond the following.13LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMMTWThSL3207/7/20147/25/201425Surrette,Timothy NealTopics in Education

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62082EES1001Human Population Global EnvirIntroduces the concepts and principles necessary to evaluate contemporary global issues of population growth, natural resource conservation and environmental protection.  Surveys the historical development of environmental awareness in the United States.  Develops skills to interpret critically the diverse types of information available about environmental issues.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFDPC1075/12/20145/30/201480Anderson,Mark WPopulation and the EnvironmentHuman Population Global Envir

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60312EES3961Field Exp Ecology & Env SciApproved work experience for which academic credits is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in an approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major.  Students have the opportunity to gain practical experience in a job related to their professional career goals.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Field Exp Ecology & Env Sci

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60313EES4971Ind Study Ecol & Env SciAnalysis and investigation of current problems in ecology and environmental sciences in consultation with a faculty member in the program.  May be repeated for additional credit.13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Ind Study Ecol & Env Sci

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60314EES5901Spec Top Ecol & Env ScienceStudy of advanced topics in ecology and environmental science, with particular focus on interdisciplinary analysis of ecological interactions at the population, community, ecosystem and landscape levels.13IND3:00 PM5:00 PMWARRGD5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica ESpec Top Ecol & Env Science

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60315EES6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201460Leahy,Jessica EGraduate Thesis / Research

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60106EET3941Elec Eng Tech PracticeCooperative work experience at full-time employment for at least a ten-week period.  May be repeated for credit.  (Fall, Spring and Summer.)13RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Allen,John WElec Eng Tech Practice

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60582EET4981Sel Top in Elec Eng Tech:  Senior Design ITopics in engineering technology not regularly covered in other courses.  Content varies to suit the needs of individuals.  May be repeated for credit.  (Fall and Spring.)14IND5/12/20148/22/20141Allen,John WSel Top in Elec Eng Tech

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60549ELL4701Methods of Teaching ESLBasic principles underlying ESL pedagogy and current techniques for second and foreign language teaching. Students review published materials, develop activities, plan lessons, and compile a teaching materials portfolio. For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3116/23/20146/27/201420Mercado,AndreaMethods of Teaching ESL

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60461ELL4751Curr Dev ESL/EFL ContextsHybrid online-plus-workshops course instruction in principles of syllabus design and processes for ESL/EFL curriculum development. For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas. Also suitable for those preparing to teach a second language other than English.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3167/14/20147/18/201420Mercado,AndreaCurr Dev ESL/EFL Contexts

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60554ELL4801Test & Assess ESL/EFL ContextsPrinciples of second/foreign language assessment. Examines various instruments and procedures: helps students develop reliable and valid techniques; explores placement and diagnosis; reviews curriculum and program evaluation. For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas. Also suitable for those preparing to teach a second language other than English.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3117/21/20147/25/201420Macdonald,Marguerite ATest & Assess ESL/EFL Contexts

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60460ELL4851App Ling/Sec Lang Acq PrinBasic linguistic concepts and principles from research into how humans learn to communicate in a second or foreign language. Application of these concepts and principles to facilitating acquisition in English language instructional contexts. For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3138/4/20148/8/201420Weyand,BartApp Ling/Sec Lang Acq Prin

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60661ELL4911Multicul & Diver ESL/EFL ContDiversity training and personal reflection to raise awareness of and to challenge biases about difference. Focus on attitudes toward language, dialect, or accent difference. Issues related to cultural diversity in communication styles, values systems, instructional role expectations, and paths to identity formation. For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3167/7/20147/11/201420Mitchell,John BMulticul & Diver ESL/EFL Cont

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60550ELL5701Meth Teach English Second LangBasic principles underlying ESL pedagogy and current techniques for second language teaching.  Students review materials, develop activities, plan lessons and compile a teaching portfolio.  For content-area teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3116/23/20146/27/201420Mercado,AndreaMeth Teach English Second Lang

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60509ELL5751Curric & Devel in ESL ContextHybrid online-plus-workshops course instruction in principles of syllabus design and processes for ESL/EFL curriculum development.  For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.  Also suitable for those preparing to teach a second language other than English.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3167/14/20147/18/201420Mercado,AndreaCurric & Devel in ESL Context

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60555ELL5801Test & Assess in ESL ContextPrinciples of second/foreign language assessment.  Examines various instruments and procedures: helps students develop reliable and valid techniques; explores placement and diagnosis; reviews curriculum and program evaluation.  For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.  Also suitable for those preparing to teach a second language other than English.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3117/21/20147/25/201420Macdonald,Marguerite ATest & Assess in ESL Context

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60500ELL5851App Ling / Sec Lang Acqu PrinBasic linguistic concepts and principles from research into how humans learn to communicate in a second or foreign language.  Application of these concepts and principles to facilitating acquisition in English language instructional contexts.  For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3138/4/20148/8/201420Weyand,BartApp Ling / Sec Lang Acqu Prin

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60662ELL5911Multicult & Diver for ESL ContDiversity training and personal reflection to raise awareness of and to challenge biases about difference.  Focus on attitudes toward language, dialect, or accent difference.  Issues related to cultural diversity in communication styles, values systems, instructional role expectations, and paths to identify formation.  For practicing teachers seeking Maine's ESL endorsement or individuals planning to teach EFL overseas.  Also suitable for those preparing to teach a second language other than Eng33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3167/7/20147/11/201420Mitchell,John BMulticult & Diver for ESL Cont

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614ENG2051Intro to Creative WritingOffers students experience in writing in three major forms: autobiographical narrative, fiction, and poetry.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFNV4065/12/20145/30/201418Ellis,KathleenArtistic & Creative Expression, Writing IntensiveIntro to Creative Writing

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60431ENG2121Persuasive & Analytical WritDesigned for students wanting practice in those forms of expository, analytical, and persuasive prose required in writing answers to essay test questions, term papers, research projects, and extended arguments.33LEC9:30 AM10:45 AMMTWThFSL2176/2/20147/11/201418Brophy,James PatrickWriting IntensivePersuasive & Analytical Writ

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60653ENG3171Business & Technical WritingSupervised practice in the writing of business and technical reports, professional correspondence, and related materials.33LEC9:30 AM12:00 PMTWThNV2046/3/20147/10/201421Raikes,LeonWriting IntensiveBusiness & Technical Writing

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62023ENG4291Topics in Literature:  Postmodernism & FictionSubject matter varies with faculty interest.  Previous topics have included utopian literature, the graphic novel, and revenge in literature.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC1:00 PM4:00 PMTThNV4066/3/20147/10/201410Howard,Gregory ETopics in Literature

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60333ENG4991Capstone Exp in EnglishPre-professional experience supervised by an English faculty member, attached to an appropriate 3 credit English course (i.e.  completion of a substantial critical paper based upon content of a 400-level literature course; a semester tutoring in the Writing Center after ENG 395: English Internship; ENG 496: Field Experience; or completion of a finished manuscript after an appropriate 400-level creative writing course.00LEC5/12/20148/22/201410Brucher,Richard TCapstone ExperienceCapstone Exp in English

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62024ENG5291Studies in Literature:  Postmodernism & FictionIntended to supplement and allow occasional experiments within the existing curriculum at the 500 level.33LEC1:00 PM4:00 PMTThNV4066/3/20147/10/20148Howard,Gregory EStudies in Literature

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62025ENG5701Critical Theory:  Poetry and PragmatismReadings in the theoretical traditions that have determined the possibilities for scholarship and interpretation in literary criticism, and a consideration of significant contemporary experiments that have redefined these possibilities.  (Offered once every two years.)33LEC6:00 PM8:30 PMTThFACTR7/1/20148/21/201410Brinkley,Robert ACritical Theory

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60514ENG6971Independent Reading/WritingIndependent Reading/Writing13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Cowan May,LauraIndependent Reading/Writing

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60341ENG6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis16THS5/12/20148/22/201410Cowan May,LauraGraduate Thesis / Research

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60436EPY5211Educational Psych (Masters)A seminar to explore theoretical and empirical issues in educational psychology.33SEM9:30 AM1:30 PMMTWThFML3356/9/20146/20/201425Nichols,Janet AlysEducational Psych (Masters)

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62135ERL5351Current Practices in ReadingFundamentals of reading instruction including history, models of reading and reading instruction and development of lifetime readers.33LEC15Current Practices in Reading

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62136ERL5371Literacy Across CurriculumExamines reading, writing, studying and thinking as elements of content discipline instruction.33LEC5:00 PM8:00 PMTSL2025/13/20147/1/201415Wellman-Little,Jane WLiteracy Across Curriculum

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60764ERL5461Nat Writ Proj Inst Tch LdrshipExplores teacher leadership in classroom practice and systemic professional development.  Students conduct a teaching demonstration workshop based on their teaching practice.33LEC9:00 AM4:00 PMMTWThFSL2047/7/20147/11/201416Martin,Kenneth HNat Writ Proj Inst Tch Ldrship

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60764ERL5461Nat Writ Proj Inst Tch LdrshipExplores teacher leadership in classroom practice and systemic professional development.  Students conduct a teaching demonstration workshop based on their teaching practice.33LEC9:00 AM4:00 PMTWSL2047/1/20147/2/201416Martin,Kenneth HNat Writ Proj Inst Tch Ldrship

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60764ERL5461Nat Writ Proj Inst Tch LdrshipExplores teacher leadership in classroom practice and systemic professional development.  Students conduct a teaching demonstration workshop based on their teaching practice.33LEC12:00 PM4:00 PMSaSL2043/22/20143/22/201416Martin,Kenneth HNat Writ Proj Inst Tch Ldrship

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60765ERL5481Nat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch LeadExamines teachers' role as change agents.  Includes mentoring students in ERL 546.33LEC9:00 AM4:00 PMMTARRGD6/30/20147/1/20148Martin,Kenneth HNat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch Lead

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60765ERL5481Nat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch LeadExamines teachers' role as change agents.  Includes mentoring students in ERL 546.33LEC9:00 AM4:00 PMMTWThFARRGD7/7/20147/11/20148Martin,Kenneth HNat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch Lead

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60765ERL5481Nat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch LeadExamines teachers' role as change agents.  Includes mentoring students in ERL 546.33LEC12:00 PM4:00 PMSaARRGD3/22/20143/22/20148Martin,Kenneth HNat Wrt Prj Adv Inst Tch Lead

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62206ERL5691Clin Pract-Teaching ChildrenInternship on clinical practices, in small groups and tutoring contexts, for children (K-8) experiencing difficulties in literacy.  Emphasis on assessment, interventions and cast study reports.66LEC6/23/20147/31/201412Wellman-Little,Jane WClin Pract-Teaching Children

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60879ERL5901Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Develop Online Learning ExprOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB7/1/20148/16/201416Boardman,David CharlesSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

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60025ERS1011Intro to GeologyA study of earth materials and processes, including their impact on humans.  Topics include mineralogy, formation of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, geologic time, weathering and soil formation, glaciation, deserts and desertification, coastlines, earthquakes and seismology, and evolution of mountain belts and plate tectonics.  Laboratory work includes the study of rocks, minerals, topographic maps and aerial photographs in preparation for a one-day field trip to Acadia National Park44LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFBGSC1006/9/20146/27/201415Lux,Daniel RLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesIntro to Geology

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62081ERS3231Extreme WeatherExtreme weather is analyzed in terms of its physical basis as well as historical, economic and human consequences.  Emphasis is placed on the interplay between technological advances, the evolution of meteorology as a science, and the impacts of extreme weather (winter storms, severe thunderstorms, tornados, tropical storms, El Nino, floods, droughts, heatwaves, cold waves).  Recommended: ERS 140 or ERS 12133LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFBGSC2035/12/20145/30/201420Maasch,Kirk AExtreme Weather

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60447ERS4991Field or Laboratory ExperienceStudents will attend a five- to six-week Earth Science camp run by an American university or undertake equivalent field or laboratory activities.  The experience must emphasize techniques that typify the work of professionals within the discipline.  It must also provide a synthesis of core components of the Department's undergraduate curriculum.  Within three months of this experience, students will produce a written report and 30-minute oral presentation describing how the experience promoted t66FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Johnson,Scott ECapstone ExperienceField or Laboratory Experience

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60364ERS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201420Johnson,Scott EGraduate Thesis / Research

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60523FRE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Smith,Jane SGraduate Thesis / Research

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60037FSN1011Intro to Food & NutritionA survey of food and nutrition principles, including the influence of food patterns on health and physical performance; description of a balanced diet; study of the nutrients, interrelationships, sources, effects of processing and storage, food safety, fads, controversies.33LEC9:00 AM10:15 AMMTWThFHR1476/2/20147/11/201425Myracle,Angela DApplications of Scientific KnowledgeIntro to Food & Nutrition

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62080FSN3011Life Cycle NutritionPrinciples of nutrition applied to needs of individuals throughout life.  Study of relationship among nutrition, growth, development, and aging with emphasis on physical and psychosocial influences on nutritional status.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFHR2036/2/20147/3/201430Yerxa,Kathryn Graham LoganWriting IntensiveLife Cycle Nutrition

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60040FSN3961Fld Exp Food Sci & Hum NutrAn approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major and for which academic credit is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in a job related to their professional career goals.  May be taken more than once with departmental approval.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201420Skonberg,Denise IFld Exp Food Sci & Hum Nutr

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60045FSN6811Dietetic Supervised Prac:  Part 1 of Multi-term courseSupervised practice in community and hospital sites to meet requirements of an American Dietetic Association accredited internship program.11RSG5/12/20148/22/201410White,Adrienne ADietetic Supervised Prac

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62079FSN6951Food Sci & Hum Nutr PracticumSupervised professional experience off-campus.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.16FEXARRGD5/12/20148/22/20146Camire,Mary EFood Sci & Hum Nutr Practicum

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60046FSN6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Bushway,Alfred AGraduate Thesis / Research

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60722GEE6941Pro Sci Mst Erg & Bus InternInternship with a business, non-profit or federal, state or local government that integrates advanced engineering and business skills.  Open only to students in Professional Science Masters in Engineering and Business program.16FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Abedi,AliPro Sci Mst Erg & Bus Intern

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62129HED6401Issues in College TeachingGraduate seminar for advanced graduate students preparing to teach in postsecondary institutions.  Introduces the formal scholarship in college teaching.  Topics include: active learning, evaluation methods, classroom climate, instructional approaches, student behavior, and resources for teaching and learning.33SEM9:00 AM4:00 PMFSL3136/13/20146/13/201415Tillapaugh,Daniel WestIssues in College Teaching

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62129HED6401Issues in College TeachingGraduate seminar for advanced graduate students preparing to teach in postsecondary institutions.  Introduces the formal scholarship in college teaching.  Topics include: active learning, evaluation methods, classroom climate, instructional approaches, student behavior, and resources for teaching and learning.33SEM9:00 AM4:00 PMFSL3205/16/20145/16/201415Tillapaugh,Daniel WestIssues in College Teaching

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60224HON1901Honors Sum Readings: BasicAn individually arranged program of readings during the summer.  For students wanting to supplement their work in HON 111 and HON 112.11IND5Honors Sum Readings: Basic

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60225HON2901Honors Summer Read: IntermedGuided summer readings and reports, individually adapted to the student's program of study.  For students wanting to supplement their readings in HON 211 and HON 212.11IND5Honors Summer Read: Intermed

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63799HON3191Honors Tutorial:  Fakes33RECARRGD5/12/20145/30/201412EthicsHonors Tutorial

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60226HON3961Honors Independent StudyA tutorially conducted study of a topic outside the student's major field.  May be repeated once for credit, with permission.13IND5Honors Independent Study

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60227HON3971Honors Specialized StudyA tutorially conducted study in the student's major field, usually resulting in the choice of a thesis topic or initiation of thesis research.  May be repeated once for credit, with permission.13IND5Honors Specialized Study

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60228HON3981Honors Independent ResearchTutorially conducted independent research.  May be repeated once for credit, with permission.13IND5Honors Independent Research

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60229HON4981Honors Directed Study:  AnthropologyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60258HON4991Honors Thesis:  AnthropologyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60096HTY5501Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  American1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Read-Bibliography/Criticism

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60102HTY5971Fld Work Hist InstitutionsField work in local museums, state agencies, and other historic laboratories.  Involves preparation and repair of exhibits, research and preparation of historic preservation documents, and beginning archival and artifact handling.312FEX25Fld Work Hist Institutions

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60103HTY6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201475Ferland,JacquesGraduate Thesis / Research

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60215HUD6011Sup Fldwrk Child Dev/Fam RelSupervised work experience in an approved community agency related to the student's vocational goals. (Pass/Fail Grade Only.)16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Caron,Sandra LSup Fldwrk Child Dev/Fam Rel

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60216HUD6491Investigation Special TopicsAdvanced independent study for qualified students who present suitable projects for intensive, independent investigation in human development.33IND5/12/20148/22/201410Caron,Sandra LInvestigation Special Topics

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60217HUD6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Caron,Sandra LGraduate Thesis / Research

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60141IEI  101Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH1076/2/20146/26/201425Mares,Christopher ADeveloping Accurate Listening

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60191IEI  131Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThBD1156/2/20146/26/201425Sousa,Erin-KateWriting Fluently & Accurately

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60157IEI  141Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH3066/2/20146/26/201425McCarthy,James DReading & Vocabulary Develop

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60222IEI  191Special Topics in ESLLanguage activities to advance English acquisition.  Issues and themes from contemporary society.  Cross-cultural perspectives.  Topics vary.  For non-native speakers of English.00IND1:10 PM2:00 PMMTWThARRGD6/2/20146/26/201440Cheung,ChristinaSpecial Topics in ESL

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60222IEI  191Special Topics in ESLLanguage activities to advance English acquisition.  Issues and themes from contemporary society.  Cross-cultural perspectives.  Topics vary.  For non-native speakers of English.00IND1:10 PM2:00 PMMTWThARRGD6/2/20146/26/201440McCarthy,James DSpecial Topics in ESL

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60149IEI  201English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH1086/2/20146/26/201425Sousa,Erin-KateEnglish for Acad Purposes

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62114IMD3201Intermedia Top in Media Prod:  Advanced Digital CinemaThis class will present topical explorations on fabrication process, tools for innovative development, and technical means of production for creative work.  Topics will vary from semester to semester but will focus on giving students an in depth exposure to a technical aspect of media, tools and production skills relevant to Intermedial forms.  In addition to technical modes of production, these classes will consider technological tools in relation to a variety of theoretical, practical and hist33STU5:15 PM8:00 PMMTWThFIMRC1045/12/20145/30/201414Boothroyd,Aaron DIntermedia Top in Media Prod

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62114IMD3201Intermedia Top in Media Prod:  Advanced Digital CinemaThis class will present topical explorations on fabrication process, tools for innovative development, and technical means of production for creative work.  Topics will vary from semester to semester but will focus on giving students an in depth exposure to a technical aspect of media, tools and production skills relevant to Intermedial forms.  In addition to technical modes of production, these classes will consider technological tools in relation to a variety of theoretical, practical and hist33STU5:15 PM8:00 PMMTWThFIMRC1045/12/20145/30/201414Shelley,Neil RobertIntermedia Top in Media Prod

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60714IMD5201Topics in Media ProductionPresents topical explorations on production process, tools for innovative development, and technical means of production for creative work.  Topics will vary from semester to semester but will focus on giving students an in depth exposure to a technical aspect of media, tools and production skills relevant to Intermedial forms.  In addition to technical modes of production these classes will consider technological tools in relation to a variety of theoretical, practical and historical exploratio13STU1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFIMRC1085/12/20145/30/20144Shimmel,Duane FTopics in Media Production

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60408IMD5701Intermedia Studio Critique IIntended to provide an environment for guided independent art/research/production in intermedia.  Emphasis placed on the conceptual and interdisciplinary nature of this art form, awareness and manipulation of traditional art boundaries, and the exploration of non-traditional art media.  This is an advanced graduate-level studio course emphasizing independent levels of work, theoretical engagement in the creative process and an ongoing commitment to individual studio praxis.  May be repeated for33STU6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FIntermedia Studio Critique I

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60437IMD5711Intermedia Studio Critique IIProvides an environment for guided individual art/research/production in Intermedia as a continuation from IMD 570.  Emphasis will be placed on the conceptial and interdisciplinary nature of this creative form in general and the individual student's own work as an awareness and manipulation of arts boundaries, and non-traditional art media and contexts.  The goal for this course is to create an interdisciplinary forum where students develop research skills, learn how to best articulate their art33STU6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FIntermedia Studio Critique II

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60438IMD5721Intermedia Studio Critique IIIProvides an environment for guided individual art/research/production in Intermedia as a continuation from IMD 571.  Emphasis will be placed on the conceptual and interdisciplinary nature of this creative form in general and the individual student¿s own work as an awareness and manipulation of arts boundaries, and non-traditional art media and contexts.  The goal for this course is to create an interdisciplinary forum where students develop research skills, learn how to best articulate their art33STU6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FIntermedia Studio Critique III

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60439IMD5971Ind Study in IntermediaStudy and research in Intermedia or related area directed by a graduate faculty member associated with the Intermedia MFA Program.  May be repeated for credit.13IND6/2/20148/22/20142Smith,Owen FInd Study in Intermedia

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60518IMD6001Readings Thesis Conceptual DevProvides a context for the research/reading phase of a student¿s work toward their thesis production.  This class is an independent reading class that will be overseen by the student¿s thesis committee.  The initial reading list for the class will be developed by the student in consultation with their committee and must be submitted prior to the time of the class sign up.  The result of the class will be an annotated bibliography that will form the bibliographic background of the student¿s writt13IND6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FReadings Thesis Conceptual Dev

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60440IMD6701Without Borders ExhibitionCovers the final work towards the MFA thesis exhibition and all aspects of the work required for the Without Borders festival itself.  This involves not only individual work in preparation for the festival, but the collective work of the exhibition and presentations, including planning and other organizational matters, fundraising, PR, curation, exhibition design, installation and documentation.13LAB6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FWithout Borders Exhibition

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60441IMD6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate thesis work / research.16THS6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FGraduate Thesis / Research

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60362IND6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchNo description available.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Delcourt,Scott GGraduate Thesis / Research

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60445INT1961Acad & Career Exp InternshipInternship for students seeking to explore their academic and career interests.  Prior approval of the internship is required and will be based on a detailed written plan and documentation presented by the student and approved by the Career Center Director or the student's Faculty Advisor or Academic Dean.  Open to students in all majors as well as students with undeclared majors.03RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Counihan,Patricia BAcad & Career Exp Internship

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60327INT3981Undergrd Rsch ParticipationResearch topics chosen by students in consultation with faculty members.  Students submit a final report describing their research and present an oral seminar.  (Fall and Summer.)13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Emanetoglu,Nuri WUndergrd Rsch Participation

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60327INT3981Undergrd Rsch ParticipationResearch topics chosen by students in consultation with faculty members.  Students submit a final report describing their research and present an oral seminar.  (Fall and Summer.)13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Vetelino,John FUndergrd Rsch Participation

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60143INT4941Field ExperienceStudents participate in a political or governmental organization.  Readings and reports required in addition to meetings with faculty sponsor and/or other field experience participants.  Six credit hours maximum for any single field experience registration.  Majors within the department may not receive more than a total of 12 credit hours toward graduation for any combination of internships and field experience, and not more than 6 credit hours may be used toward the department major. This co199FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Warhola,James WCapstone ExperienceField Experience

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60761INV4051Project: Innov Engineer VEmphasizes the intensive application of concepts explored in earlier Innovation Engineering courses with the purpose of creating students' own project proposals.  Students will be expected to identify a problem or opportunity and to research existing solutions to the problem before developing their own ideas.33SEM5/12/20148/22/20145Kelly,Renee WProject: Innov Engineer V

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60761INV4051Project: Innov Engineer VEmphasizes the intensive application of concepts explored in earlier Innovation Engineering courses with the purpose of creating students' own project proposals.  Students will be expected to identify a problem or opportunity and to research existing solutions to the problem before developing their own ideas.33SEM5/12/20148/22/20145Lukens,Margaret AProject: Innov Engineer V

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60561INV4801Internship in InnovationWith submission of proposal approved by the curriculum committee and director of the Innovation Engineering academic program, students working as interns with public or private sector organizations on projects aimed at innovation may register for credit hours.  May be repeated for credit up to six credit hours.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201420Kelly,Renee WInternship in Innovation

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60530INV4901Independent Study - InnovationWith approval of curriculum committee and director of academic program, students may create a plan of study for one semester with the guidance of a faculty member in Innovation.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Lukens,Margaret AIndependent Study - Innovation

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60562INV5101Innovation Engineering AccelProvides students tools and confidence to lead the creation, communication, and commercialization/realization of meaningfully unique ideas in any field.  Students will learn a systematic approach to creativity, practices and principles of precise, persuasive concept writing, and key components of commercialization/realization.  Methods include group and individual problem-solving, business simulation and case studies, and work with real-world inventors and business.33LEC12Innovation Engineering Accel

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60721INV5901Using Innovation: Prop & PrjctEmphasizes the intensive application of concepts explored in earlier Innovation Engineering courses to a graduate student's field of specialization, with the purpose of creating the student's own proposal and project.  Students will be expected to identify a problem or opportunity and to research existing solutions to the problem or opportunity and to research existing solutions to the problem before developing their own ideas.  Before taking this course, students must consult with a committee c33IND5/12/20148/22/20143Lukens,Margaret AUsing Innovation: Prop & Prjct

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61996KPE2091Wilderness First ResponderThe curriculum uses the principles of long-term care, improvised resources, and varying environmental conditions as the framework for learning.  Now the most widely recognized and most often required outdoor leader certification, the Wilderness First Responder course was first developed and taught by SOLO in the mid-1980's.  Created to provide outdoor leaders, guides, and rangers with the knowledge needed to deal with crises in remote settings, this 80-hour certification course meets DOT Nationa33LEC8:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLL1185/12/20145/30/201420Bloedon,Charlie EWilderness First Responder

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61994KPE2531Theory & Tech Strength & CondFamiliarizes the student with different physical conditioning techniques and regimens. Investigates specific traits and components of strength and conditioning programs and develops competencies for program prescription.33LEC8:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLL1275/12/20145/30/201416Bloedon,Taylor KTheory & Tech Strength & Cond

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60035KPE2621Meth Teaching Phys ActivityMethods of teaching physical activity to all age groups and ability levels. Teaching models and practical application of models will be stressed. Teaching effectiveness techniques, theories, principles, instructional design and methods of evaluation will be examined.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLL1255/12/20145/30/201416Reif,Glenn HMeth Teaching Phys Activity

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60035KPE2621Meth Teaching Phys ActivityMethods of teaching physical activity to all age groups and ability levels. Teaching models and practical application of models will be stressed. Teaching effectiveness techniques, theories, principles, instructional design and methods of evaluation will be examined.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLLGYM5/12/20145/30/201416Reif,Glenn HMeth Teaching Phys Activity

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60032KPE3781Physiology of ExerciseDevelops an understanding of the integration and regulation of physiological functions during physical activity.  Through investigation of factors affecting human performance, and the coordinated adjustment of body functions to the stress of exercise, students will become more aware of the theoretical and practical applications of exercise science.33LEC8:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLL1225/12/20145/30/201414Lehnhard,Robert APhysiology of Exercise

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61997KPE3831Organiz/Admin Athletic TrainDesigned to prepare the student with knowledge, skills and values necessary for the entry-level certified athletic trainer who is interested in developing and/or administering an athletic training room or other health care facility.  Topics such as budgeting, leadership, planning a facility and professional development will be covered.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/20141Averill,Lee MurielWriting IntensiveOrganiz/Admin Athletic Train

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60526KPE3841Prac Kinesiology & Phys EdLeadership experiences under staff supervision in the service program.  Limited opportunities also exist in local public schools.13FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Lehnhard,Robert APrac Kinesiology & Phys Ed

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60503KPE3981Prob in Kinesiology & Phys Ed:  Outdoor EducationIndividual work on a problem in the area of health, physical education or recreation.13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Bloedon,Charlie EProb in Kinesiology & Phys Ed

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61995KPE4261Exercise Prescription & LdrshpProvides specific knowledge, skills and competencies needed to appropriately develop, prescribe, instruct and manage various kinds of exercise programs for diverse populations.33LEC8:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLL1226/2/20146/20/201415Lehnhard,Robert AExercise Prescription & Ldrshp

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60378KPE4271Health Fitness InternshipSupervised experience in fitness, health promotion and in conducting recreation programs in camp, community, social agency or institution situations.36RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Lehnhard,Robert ACapstone ExperienceHealth Fitness Internship

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60422LIB6971Independent StudyAdvanced independent study for Master of Arts in Liberal Studies students on an approved reading, research or experiential field project under the guidance of a graduate faculty member.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Independent Study

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60409LIB6991Master Proj in Lib StudiesRequired of candidates for the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies.199THS5/12/20148/22/201425Delcourt,Scott GMaster Proj in Lib Studies

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60459MAT1031Elem Algebraic Mod Our WorldAn introduction to the applications of algebra with a focus on data analysis and model building.  Topics include graphs, algebraic equations and functions.  Primary attention will be given to using linear, quadratic and exponential functions to represent and interpret real world applications.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFNV2065/12/20145/30/201425Tyne,Jennifer GMathematicsElem Algebraic Mod Our World

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62046MAT1071Elem Descriptive GeometryDesigned to prepare students to teach the geometry included in a modern NCTM STANDARDS based K-8 curriculum.  Emphasis will be on geometric exploration activities, problem solving and informal deductive reasoning using many of the manipulatives used to teach geometric concepts in grades K-8. High school geometry is required.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFNV1085/12/20145/30/201420Del Vecchio,Tandy LMathematicsElem Descriptive Geometry

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62047MAT1151App Math for Bus & EconTopics in discrete mathematics, finite mathematics, and calculus with applications to business and economics.  Topics include linear functions and regressions, the mathematics of finance, probability, and differential calculus.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFNV2045/12/20145/30/201420MathematicsApp Math for Bus & Econ

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60069MAT1261Calculus IAn introduction to calculus for students in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences.  Covers the differential calculus of the algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, concluding with the definite integral and the fundamental theorem of calculus.  The approach is intuitive and geometric, with emphasis on understanding the basic concepts of function, limit, derivative and integral.44LEC9:00 AM11:00 AMMTWThFSL3206/2/20147/3/201425MathematicsCalculus I

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63562MAT1271Calculus IICompletes the study of single-variable calculus.  Topics covered include inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, methods of integration, improper integrals, indeterminate forms, parametric equations, polar coordinates and infinite series.44LEC1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFNV2066/2/20147/3/201425MathematicsCalculus II

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62045MAT2281Calculus IIIFor students of mathematics, engineering and the sciences.  Vector algebra, geometry and calculus; multivariable differential and integral calculus, including the theorems of Gauss, Green and Stokes.44LEC9:00 AM11:00 AMMTWThFBW1196/2/20147/3/201424Baydil,BanuCalculus III

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62048MAT3001Topics in Mathematics:  Int Prt Diff Equa EgTopics in mathematics not regularly covered in other courses.  Content varies to suit current needs.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC9:00 AM12:45 PMMTWThNV2275/12/20145/29/201420Lvin,Sergey JTopics in Mathematics

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60462MEE2511Strength of MaterialsThe principles of solid mechanics and their applications to practical problems, stresses and deflections in axial loading, torsion, beams, columns, combined stresses.  (Fall and Spring.)33LEC9:00 AM10:30 AMMTWThFBD2105/12/20148/22/201450Sayles Jr,RichardStrength of Materials

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60057MEE3941Mechanical Engineer PracticeFull-time engineering work with companies participating in the Mechanical Engineering Department Cooperative Education Program. (Fall, Spring and Summer.)33RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Boyle,Michael TMechanical Engineer Practice

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60058MEE6971Mechanical Eng ProjectsProject199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Lopez-Anido,Roberto AMechanical Eng Projects

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60059MEE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Boyle,Michael TGraduate Thesis / Research

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60512MES5981Dir Study in Maine StudiesAdvanced, individual study, field experience, research, and writing projects in Maine Studies.  Students will work with approved faculty on request.  May be repeated for credit.13IND5/12/20148/22/20146Toner,Carol NDir Study in Maine Studies

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60108MET3941Mechanical Eng Tech PracticeCooperative work experience in mechanical engineering technology at full-time employment for at least a ten-week period. (Fall, Spring and Summer.)33RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Dvorak,S DavidMechanical Eng Tech Practice

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62117MET4841Engineering EconomicsA study of economic theory and applications in engineering and industrial organizations including capitalization, amortization, time value of money, cost comparison analysis, and breakeven value.  Also included are personal finance topics as applied to engineering situations and case study.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFBD3107/7/20148/8/201440Adam,Steven CEngineering Economics

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60558MLC4661The Tchng Modern LanguagesIncludes analysis of current trends and methods, application of language learning principles to classroom procedures, theory and practice of language methodologies at different learning levels, use of technologies such as video and computers in the instructional process.  For students seeking certification in foreign language teaching.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3116/23/20146/27/20144Mercado,AndreaThe Tchng Modern Languages

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60557MLC5661Teaching of Modern LanguagesIncludes current trends and methods in world language instruction, application of second language acquisition principles to classroom procedures, interplay of theory and practice at different proficiency levels, uses of technology in instructional process.  For individuals seeking world language teaching (re)certification.33LEC8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFSL3116/23/20146/27/20146Mercado,AndreaTeaching of Modern Languages

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62037MUE6501Topics in Music Education:  Double ReedsConcentrated study of designated topics in Music Education.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThF19441007/7/20147/11/201420Hall,Louis OTopics in Music Education

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62037MUE6501Topics in Music Education:  Double ReedsConcentrated study of designated topics in Music Education.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThF19441007/7/20147/11/201420Hall,Louis OTopics in Music Education

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62314MUS6511Topics in Instrumental Music:  Flute for Band DirectorsConcentrated study of approved topics in instrumental music.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThF19441077/14/20147/18/201420Downing,Elizabeth ATopics in Instrumental Music

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62314MUS6511Topics in Instrumental Music:  Flute for Band DirectorsConcentrated study of approved topics in instrumental music.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThF19441077/14/20147/18/201420Downing,Elizabeth ATopics in Instrumental Music

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62038MUY6501Topics in Music TheoryConcentrated study of designated topics in music theory.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThF19441076/23/20146/27/201420Barrett,DanTopics in Music Theory

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62038MUY6501Topics in Music TheoryConcentrated study of designated topics in music theory.  Topics will vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThF19441076/23/20146/27/201420Barrett,DanTopics in Music Theory

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60637NAS4981Dir Study Native Amer StudiesAdvanced individual study, research, field experiences and writing projects in Native American Studies.  May be repeated for credit.  Arranged upon request.33IND5/12/20148/22/201412Ranco,Darren JDir Study Native Amer Studies

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60148NMD3061Project Design Workshop IINew Media project design, with emphasis on team-based research and development.  Requires students to think across a variety of platforms, from analog tools to stand alone devices to online applications. Students will be challenged to think creatively and rigorously about the objective, structure, and form of their projects; the work of each team will culminate in a new media proposal and/or prototype, preparing them for the New media capstone sequence.33SEM1:00 PM3:45 PMMTWThFCHD4205/12/20145/30/201416Scott,Michael DProject Design Workshop II

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60148NMD3061Project Design Workshop IINew Media project design, with emphasis on team-based research and development.  Requires students to think across a variety of platforms, from analog tools to stand alone devices to online applications. Students will be challenged to think creatively and rigorously about the objective, structure, and form of their projects; the work of each team will culminate in a new media proposal and/or prototype, preparing them for the New media capstone sequence.33SEM9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFCHD4205/12/20145/30/201416Scott,Michael DProject Design Workshop II

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60694NMD4301Topics in New Media:  Intro Audio Engineering & RecoAn exploration of intermediate and advanced topics in multimedia production and design, including, among others, digital video production, software and hardware design or, electronic publishing.  Designed to provide students with a deeper and more sophisticated experience with a multimedia issue, tool, or skill--or combination of all three.13LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFIMRC1085/12/20145/30/201411Shimmel,Duane FTopics in New Media

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60305NUR4951Independent Study in NursingIndividualized study with permission of the instructor.  May or may not have an experiential component.13IND5Independent Study in Nursing

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60307NUR6971Scholarly ProjectAn opportunity to integrate research, clinical and theoretical knowledge bases in a rigorous, faculty-guided project.  Critical thinking, analysis and synthesis provide the framework for the project which may include philosophical, theoretical or clinical papers.16RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Scholarly Project

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60309NUR6981Independent Study in NursingIndividual work on an approved project.13IND5Independent Study in Nursing

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60311NUR6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS8Graduate Thesis / Research

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64036PAX4981Spec Proj Peace & Recon StudAdvanced individual study, research and written projects in Peace and Reconciliation Studies and related areas, conducted under the guidance of a faculty member associated with the Peace and Reconciliation Studies Program.  Arranged on request.  May be repeated for credit.16INDARRGD7/7/20148/8/20145Passman,KristinaSpec Proj Peace & Recon Stud

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64037PAX5981Independent Graduate StudyAdvanced research and writing projects in Peace and Reconciliation Studies.  May be repeated for credit.33INDARRGD7/7/20148/8/20145Passman,KristinaIndependent Graduate Study

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62034PHI1021Intro to PhilosophyAn introduction to philosophical thought and critical thinking through a reading of works from the philosophical tradition.  Readings might include works from philosophers such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Descartes, Hume, Locke, Kant, Marx, Nietzche and/or other great works of philosophy.  Questions will be asked about the nature of wisdom and knowledge, the essence of reality and of ideas, human nature, virtue and community, justice and political life.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFS3755/12/20145/30/201440Howard,Michael WEthics, Western Cultural TraditionIntro to Philosophy

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60168PHY1111General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.44LEC10:00 AM11:15 AMMTWThFB1406/2/20147/11/201416Lab in the Basic or Applied SciencesGeneral Physics I

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60179PHY1121General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.44LEC10:00 AM11:15 AMMTWThFB1407/14/20148/22/201416Lab in the Basic or Applied SciencesGeneral Physics II

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60174PHY1211Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFBD3106/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60183PHY1221Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60199PHY4811Project Lab in Physics IAn individual project laboratory tailored to the student's particular interests.  In consultation with a faculty sponsor, each student is expected to develop a suitable project, approved by the sponsor and the course coordinator.  The project may or may not be related to the sponsor's research.  Full written reports are required. Together with PHY 400, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement.33LAB5/12/20148/22/201410McClymer,James PProject Lab in Physics I

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60202PHY4821Project Lab in Physics IICompletion of the project begun in PHY 481. Together with PHY 400, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement.33LAB5/12/20148/22/201410McClymer,James PProject Lab in Physics II

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60209PHY4951Engineering Physics PracticeSupervised engineering practice in an industrial setting.  Placement is off-campus and usually of several month's duration.  Prior approval of department chairperson is required.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Mountcastle,Donald BEngineering Physics Practice

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60212PHY4961Field Experience in PhysicsSupervised research or development in an academic laboratory, government laboratory, or industrial environment.  Placements are usually off-campus and of several month's duration.  Prior approval of the department chairman is required.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Mountcastle,Donald BField Experience in Physics

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60218PHY4971Topics in PhysicsSelected topics in areas not already covered by regular course offerings in the department.  Primarily for undergraduates.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Topics in Physics

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60219PHY4991Problems in PhysicsA thesis project primarily for undergraduates and ordinarily of an experimental nature.13IND10Problems in Physics

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60220PHY6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201435McClymer,James PGraduate Thesis / Research

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60144POS4931Amer Politics InternshipProvides students with the opportunity to gain experience in a department or agency at the national, state, or local level, or to conduct a major research project.  Reports and a research paper are normally required for an agency internship.39RSG5/12/20148/22/201435Warhola,James WAmer Politics Internship

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60145POS4961Int'l Affairs InternshipProvides students the opportunity to gain experience in a department or agency, either in the United States or abroad, that deals with international affairs.  Students may not receive more than 9 credit hours for this internship.69RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Cody,Howard HInt'l Affairs Internship

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60146POS4981Independent Study in Pol SciProvides students the opportunity to work closely with an individual member of the faculty, either as a research assistant or as the author of a major independent study paper.  May be repeated for credit.33IND5/12/20148/22/20145Warhola,James WIndependent Study in Pol Sci

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60147POS5961Dir Rsch Political ScienceAn individualized research course for graduate students seeking to explore an advanced research topic in political science.  May be repeated for credit.33RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Warhola,James WDir Rsch Political Science

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60140PPA4991Undergraduate ThesisOriginal investigation of a pulp and paper problem and reporting of the results.  (Offered by arrangement.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Genco,Joseph MUndergraduate Thesis

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60027PSE3051Prob Plant Soil & Env SciOpportunity is provided for specialization in specific areas of plant, soil and environmental sciences.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Prob Plant Soil & Env Sci

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60028PSE3961Fld Exp Plant, Soil/Env Sci:  Sustainable AgricultureAn approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major and for which academic credit is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in a job related to their professional career goals, including on-farm internships.116FEX5/12/20148/22/20145Sarrantonio,MarianneFld Exp Plant, Soil/Env Sci

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60029PSE5971Spec Top Plant,Soil & Env SciAdvanced study of topics in plant, soil and environmental sciences.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Spec Top Plant,Soil & Env Sci

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60474PSE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Burnett,Stephanie ElaineGraduate Thesis / Research

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60109PSY1001General PsychologyLecture on and discussions of basic psychological processes, including learning, perception, motivation and emotion, higher mental processes, individual differences, personality and additional selected topics.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLH2115/12/20145/30/201440Robbins,Michael ASocial Contexts & InstitutionsGeneral Psychology

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60648PSY2121Abnormal PsychologyExamines the origin, development, and manifestations of abnormal behavior with emphasis on the biological, social, and psychological determinants of deviant behavior.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLH2196/2/20146/20/201430McGillicuddy,Morgan LilithAbnormal Psychology

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62041PSY2231Psychology of ChildhoodA systematic study of childhood behavior and psychological development.  Emphasis on principles underlying development, methods of child study and practical implications.33LEC6:00 PM8:30 PMTThLH2196/3/20147/24/201430Cole,Kylie GPsychology of Childhood

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60430PSY2411Statistics in PsychologyA survey of techniques used to obtain, display, analyze, and interpret data in psychology.  The lecture section will emphasize the theoretical bases of the topics, while the recitation section will allow students to focus upon the computational procedures involved in the various statistical techniques.44LEC9:00 AM1:45 PMMTWThFLH2035/12/20145/30/201424Hawthorne,LaurenMathematicsStatistics in Psychology

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60547PSY2451Prin of Psychological RschDiscussion of various research methods used in the scientific approach to the study of behavior.  Laboratory will demonstrate these methods and develop skills in statistically analyzing data using computers.  Students will learn to interpret the statistical analyses and write papers discussing the results of the experiments.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFLH2056/2/20147/3/201440Pickering,Ryan MPrin of Psychological Rsch

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62042PSY3501CognitionAn introduction to the psychological study of human information processing and thinking.  Representative topics included attention, pattern recognition, short and long-term memory, semantic memory, visual memory, mental imagery, problem solving and creativity.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLH2195/12/20145/30/201430Hutchinson,Steven BrianCognition

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62043PSY3651Biopsychology & Behav NeurosciExplores the biological bases and brain mechanisms of human and animal behavior.  Considers the neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, and neuropharmacological foundations of sensation and perception, sleep and arousal, sexual behavior, learning and memory, and psychiatric disorders.33LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFSN1216/16/20147/3/201430Hennings,Maxwell AndersonBiopsychology & Behav Neurosci

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62316PSY4121Foundations Clin PsychologyProvides an overview of clinical psychology.  Topics include the helping professions, historical development of clinical psychology, approaches to psychological assessment and psychotherapy, controversies in the field, and new directions in the field.33LEC6:00 PM8:30 PMMWLH2115/12/20147/2/201430Foundations Clin Psychology

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60116PSY4921Problems in PsychologyProvides the opportunity to carry out a particular research problem under supervision.  Only 6 hours of credit will count toward the psychology major.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Robbins,Michael AProblems in Psychology

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60117PSY4931Field Experience PsychologyPractical experiences in a wide variety of applied settings such as schools, psychological clinics, hospitals, and government and private agencies.  Requirements include a written proposal outlining the experience planned, goals of the plan, relationship of the course to the student's program, periodic conferences with the faculty supervisor and a final written report.  Three credit hours may fulfill major requirements and only 6 hours may count toward graduation.13FEX5/12/20148/22/20146Robbins,Michael AField Experience Psychology

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60118PSY4941Senior Research ProjectStudents will develop a research project in consultation with the instructor.  The student will do an extensive library search of background material, write a proposal, conduct the research and write an APA style report.  May be repeated for credit but not more than 6 credit hours total will be allowed for degree credit. A minimum of 3 credits must be completed to satisfy the General Education Writing Intensive & Capstone requirements.13RSG5/12/20148/22/20146Robbins,Michael ACapstone ExperienceSenior Research Project

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60115PSY5921Directed ReadingOpportunity to read in a particular area of psychology under faculty direction.16IND5/12/20148/22/20146Robbins,Michael ADirected Reading

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62044PSY6811Clinical Supervis & Consul ITheories, models, ethical and legal issues, and development and training in supervision and consultation.  First of a three course sequence.11LEC9:00 AM10:00 AMMTWThFLH3505/12/20145/30/201412Sigmon,Sandra TClinical Supervis & Consul I

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60113PSY6911PracticumClosely supervised experience in psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, behavior modification, consulting, research, teaching, or a combination of these in a field setting.199RSG5/12/20148/22/20146Cuddy,Mary EPracticum

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60119PSY6921Directed ResearchOpportunity to select and research a particular problem in psychology under faculty direction.16IND5/12/20148/22/201410Robbins,Michael ADirected Research

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60120PSY6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Robbins,Michael AGraduate Thesis / Research

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60363QUS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Mayewski,Paul AGraduate Thesis / Research

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60776SAR5421Working w/ At Risk AdolescentsProvides a strengths-based approach to working with at-risk adolescents within the conventional as well as alternative classroom settings.  Course will examine the dynamics of social and educational barriers, teen culture and other contexts that can act as barriers to learning and will develop approaches for support personnel to help adolescents overcome challenges for successful learning experiences.33LEC8:00 AM4:00 PMMTWThFSaARRGD6/23/20146/28/201415Makin,Anna PenderWorking w/ At Risk Adolescents

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62142SED5981Spec Topics Special Educ:  Executive Function in LearningConcentrated study of designated topics in special education. Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest. May be repeated for credit.13IND4:00 PM7:00 PMTThSL2177/8/20147/17/201415Jackson,Diane WSpec Topics Special Educ

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62142SED5981Spec Topics Special Educ:  Executive Function in LearningConcentrated study of designated topics in special education. Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest. May be repeated for credit.13IND4:00 PM7:00 PMTThSL3137/29/20147/31/201415Jackson,Diane WSpec Topics Special Educ

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60882SEI5241Sup Play & Soc-Emot Dev Inf YCMethods of supporting emotional competence and self-regulation, attachments and parent-infant relationships, play, peer interaction and friendships of infants and young children including children with disabilities.33LEC7:00 PMWEB5/12/20148/22/201420Doctoroff,SandraSup Play & Soc-Emot Dev Inf YC

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60897SEI6501Grad Proj Early InterventionStudents identify a significant problem or issue in the field of early intervention and use a collaborative approach of inquiry to address the issue.  The project requires the student to demonstrate competencies in action research, reflective practice, collaboration, leadership, and systems change at the micro or macro level.33LEC6:00 PM7:00 PMMWEB5/12/20148/22/201420Rooks,Deborah LGrad Proj Early Intervention

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62066SFR3001Field Pract in Forest ResourceAn intensive three-week course providing field experience and developing skills necessary for the professional management of forest resources.  This course reinforces, integrates, and evaluates skills such as: Field and equipment safety, orienteering, mapping, forest measurements, and resource assessments (e.g., trails, roads, forest conditions, and harvest operations).  Students work closely with faculty and staff to gain field experience, demonstrate skills, and develop final reports and prese33LAB8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFARRGD5/12/20145/30/201440Benjamin,Jeffrey GField Pract in Forest Resource

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60606SFR3451Special Problems in ForestryOriginal investigation and/or readings on forest resources problems, the subject to be chosen after consultation with staff.  Open to high-ranking juniors and seniors.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Benjamin,Jeffrey GSpecial Problems in Forestry

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60602SFR3461Spec Pro:For Ops,Bioproc/energOriginal investigation in forest engineering, the subject to be chosen after consultation with the staff.  Open to high-ranking juniors and seniors.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Gardner,Douglas JeromeSpec Pro:For Ops,Bioproc/energ

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60620SFR3471Spec Prob Parks, Rec, TourismOriginal investigation in Recreation Resources, the subject to be chosen after consultation with the staff.  Open to high-ranking juniors and seniors.199IND5/12/20148/22/201435Daigle,John JosephSpec Prob Parks, Rec, Tourism

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60603SFR3921Coop in For Op, Biopro/energyPractical experience for the undergraduate student, combining work in a business firm or public agency with academic courses and supervision.  Opportunity for student to gain experience, to integrate classroom learning with job performance, and to develop future placement possibilities.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Rice,Robert WCoop in For Op, Biopro/energy

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60622SFR3931Coop Parks, Rec & TourismPractical experience for the undergraduate student, combining work in a business firm or public agency with academic courses and supervision.  Opportunity for student to gain experience, to integrate classroom learning with job performance, and to develop future placement possibilities.116RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Daigle,John JosephCoop Parks, Rec & Tourism

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60604SFR3951Intern in For Ops, Biopro/engA professional activity under the general supervision of an experienced professional with a high degree of responsibility placed on the student.  Learning objectives are pre-established and agreed upon between the faculty coordinator and the placement supervisor.  Not normally repeated.199RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Rice,Robert WIntern in For Ops, Biopro/eng

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60624SFR3961Intern Parks, Rec and TourismA professional activity under the general supervision of an experienced professional with a high degree of responsibility placed on the student.  Learning objectives are pre-established and agreed upon between the faculty coordinator and the placement supervisor.  Not normally repeated.199RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Daigle,John JosephIntern Parks, Rec and Tourism

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60605SFR3981Fld Exp For Op, Bioprod/energyA field experience is a professional activity participated in by students under the supervision of a practicing professional in the field.  A high degree of responsibility is placed on the student for developing learning objectives and securing the approval of a faculty member for academic credit for the learning involved.  May be repeated.199FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Gardner,Douglas JeromeFld Exp For Op, Bioprod/energy

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60626SFR3991Fld Exp Parks, Rec, TourismA field experience is a professional activity participated in by students under the supervision of a practicing professional in the field.  A high degree of responsibility is placed on the student for developing learning objectives and securing the approval of a faculty member for academic credit for the learning involved.  May be repeated.199FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Daigle,John JosephFld Exp Parks, Rec, Tourism

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60611SFR6011Forest Mensuration ProblemsForest Mensuration Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Weiskittel,Aaron RForest Mensuration Problems

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60612SFR6031Forest Management ProblemsForest Management Problems11IND5/12/20148/22/201410Seymour,Robert SForest Management Problems

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60599SFR6051Forest Biology ProblemsCan be repeated for graduate credit.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Livingston,William HForest Biology Problems

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60598SFR6071Silviculture ProblemsSilviculture Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Seymour,Robert SSilviculture Problems

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60615SFR6091Remote Sensing ProblemsRemote Sensing Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Sader,Steven ARemote Sensing Problems

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60616SFR6111Rsch Prob in Forest EconResearch Problems199RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Lilieholm,Robert J.Rsch Prob in Forest Econ

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60628SFR6131Forest Recreation ProblemsForest Recreation Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Daigle,John JosephForest Recreation Problems

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60630SFR6151Prob in Wood TechnologyNo description available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Gardner,Douglas JeromeProb in Wood Technology

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60617SFR6171Forest Policy ProblemsForest Policy Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Lilieholm,Robert J.Forest Policy Problems

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60619SFR6901Master of Forestry ProjectIndependent study on a topic approved by the student's Advisory Committee.33LEC5/12/20148/22/201410Seymour,Robert SMaster of Forestry Project

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60601SFR6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201420Shaler,Stephen MGraduate Thesis / Research

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60385SIE5891Graduate ProjectDirected study on a particular spatial information science topic and implementation of a related project.33IND5/12/20148/22/20141Graduate Project

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60442SIE5901Information Systems InternshipUtilization of knowledge gained from the information systems graduate program within a business, non-profit or government organization and acquisition of practical training.36FEX5/12/20148/22/20145Onsrud,Harlan JInformation Systems Internship

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60111SIE5981Sel Std Spatial Info EngTopics in surveying, photogrammetry, remote sensing, land information systems and geodesy.  Content varies to suit current needs.  May be repeated for credit.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Sel Std Spatial Info Eng

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60112SIE6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Beard-Tisdale,Mary KateGraduate Thesis / Research

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60698SMS3091Techniques Shellfish AquaculResidential course taught at the University's Darling Marine Center.  Explores the theory and practice of marine bivalve culture as conducted in the Northeastern U.S. Includes lectures, considerable "hands-on" experience, and field trips to commercial hatcheries and farms.22LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/12/20148/22/201415Davis,Christopher VTechniques Shellfish Aquacul

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60365SMS4501Fld Exp in Marine SciencesAn approved field, research or work experience that contributes to the academic major and for which academic credit is given.  The program of study is agreed upon by the student and the faculty advisor and may include independent research or work experience in the public or private sector.  May also be taken as a field or laboratory supplement to an SMS lecture course and as such is required for certain courses offered as part of the Semester-by-the-Sea program.  A written report or reports are116FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Ellis Jr,William GFld Exp in Marine Sciences

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62084SMS4911Prob Marine Science:  Egr Literacy for 21st CenturyUndergraduate studies of current problems in marine science directed by individual faculty.  May be experimental or theoretical independent research or directed readings by an individual student.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/27/20146/6/201412Boss,EmmanuelProb Marine Science

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60405SMS4971Ind Std in Marine Science:  Sardines, Anchovies & OceanogrA readings, lecture, laboratory or seminar study course arranged between instructor and individual students, covering selected topics or areas within the field of Marine Science.  May be repeated for credit.33IND5Ind Std in Marine Science

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62085SMS5141Ecology of Marine SedimentsA multidisciplinary examination of factors controlling ecological processes in marine sediments. Emphasis on recent research integrating biological, geological, chemical and physical aspects of marine sedimentary environments. (May be taught during May Term or Summer Session at the Darling Marine Center.)33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/12/20148/22/201412Jumars,Peter AEcology of Marine Sediments

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62085SMS5141Ecology of Marine SedimentsA multidisciplinary examination of factors controlling ecological processes in marine sediments. Emphasis on recent research integrating biological, geological, chemical and physical aspects of marine sedimentary environments. (May be taught during May Term or Summer Session at the Darling Marine Center.)33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/12/20148/22/201412Lindsay,Sara MEcology of Marine Sediments

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60712SMS5971Independent Study:  Reproductive EndocrinologyA graduate-level readings course, lecture course, laboratory or seminar study course arranged between instructor and individual graduate students, covering selected topics or areas within the field of Marine Science.  May be repeated for credit.11IND5/12/20148/22/20142Hamlin,Heather JillIndependent Study

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60368SMS6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201435Ellis Jr,William GGraduate Thesis / Research

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60221SMT6991Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/201435McKay,Susan RGraduate Thesis / Research

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60156SPA1011Elementary Spanish IA systematic study of the basics of the Spanish language.  Equal emphasis on developing reading, comprehension, speaking and writing skills.  For students with no previous study of Spanish or fewer than two years in high school.34LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLH2055/12/20145/30/201424Sandweiss,Maria DCultural Diversity & International PerspectivesElementary Spanish I

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62032SPA1021Elementary Spanish IIA continued study of the basics of the Spanish language.  Equal emphasis is placed on developing reading, comprehension, speaking and writing skills.  For students with no previous study of Spanish or fewer than two years in high school.33LEC9:15 AM12:00 PMMTWThFLH2026/2/20146/20/201424Sandweiss,Maria DCultural Diversity & International PerspectivesElementary Spanish II

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62030SPA4901Top & Ind Authors in Spanish:  Don Juan Theme in Spanish LitSpecific topic varies semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.13LEC9:00 AM4:30 PMMTWThFLH2117/7/20147/11/201410Del Vecchio,Eugene FCultural Diversity & International PerspectivesTop & Ind Authors in Spanish

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62031SPA5981Projects in Spanish II:  Don Juan Theme in Spanish LitSpecific projects vary from semester to semester depending on the needs of the graduate student and the skills of the faculty member.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:00 AM4:30 PMMTWThFLH2117/7/20147/11/201410Del Vecchio,Eugene FProjects in Spanish II

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60443SPI5951SPIA InternshipAll students in the Global Policy Masters program will complete an internship at an appropriate institution or business.  The internship must have an international focus and can be either domestic or overseas.  After the internship, each student is required to submit a report about the internship experience and fulfill any other reporting requirements require by the program, the host site, and/or any sponsor(s).26FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Settele,JamesSPIA Internship

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60467SPI6971Independent StudyProvides an opportunity for well qualified students to pursue a selected topic in great depth under the supervision of an individual faculty member.  The topic is to be determined in consultation with the faculty instructor.13IND5/12/20148/22/20146Settele,JamesIndependent Study

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60551SWK4971Spec Top in Social Work:  Spirituality and Social WorkContent varies to suit needs of individual students or small groups.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThSWB1045/19/20145/22/201420Russel,Robin SSpec Top in Social Work

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60551SWK4971Spec Top in Social Work:  Spirituality and Social WorkContent varies to suit needs of individual students or small groups.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:30 AM3:30 PMTWThSWB1048/12/20148/14/201420Russel,Robin SSpec Top in Social Work

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62086SWK5301MSW Adv St Bridg-Soc Wel PolAnalysis of social welfare policies for social work practice.22LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThSWB1046/9/20146/12/201415Butler,Sandra SMSW Adv St Bridg-Soc Wel Pol

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62087SWK5311MSW Adv St Bridg-Soc Work PracIntegration of generalist knowledge, values and skills with application to simulated and actual social work practice situations.22LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThSWB1046/23/20146/26/201415Werrbach,Gail BMSW Adv St Bridg-Soc Work Prac

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62088SWK5331MSW Adv St Bridg-Hum BehaviorUtilizes multiple theoretical approaches for understanding human behavior in the social environment.22LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThSWB1046/16/20146/19/201415Kelly,Nancy AMSW Adv St Bridg-Hum Behavior

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60532SWK5801Adult & Child PsychopathologyOverview of DSMIV, gender differences in mental illness, current conceptions of serious mental illness, impact of psychiatric labeling and stigma on individuals and families.33LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThFSWB1045/28/20146/5/201425Webster,NancyAdult & Child Psychopathology

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62134SWK5831Introduction to MediationThis course teaches generalist mediation theory and skills including: definition and roles of mediator; stages of resolution; conflict theory and conflict diagnoses; managementof biases; ethics, confidentiality and professional standards; effective communication interventions; identification and management of power.  Designed to meet the standards for professional entrance into the mediation field.33LEC9:00 AM4:00 PMTWThSWB1025/13/20145/22/201415Mattson,Deborah GailIntroduction to Mediation

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60552SWK5971Adv Topics in Social Work:  Spirituality and SWK PracticeContent varies to suit student needs.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMMTWThSWB1045/19/20145/22/201420Russel,Robin SAdv Topics in Social Work

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60552SWK5971Adv Topics in Social Work:  Spirituality and SWK PracticeContent varies to suit student needs.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC9:30 AM3:30 PMTWThSWB1048/12/20148/14/201420Russel,Robin SAdv Topics in Social Work

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60122THE2681Theatre Practicum, TechnicalSupervised experience in Theatre and Dance Division productions in the areas of stage managing, publicity, scenery, lighting, costumes and makeup.  May be repeated for a maximum of six hours.13FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Mikotowicz,Thomas JTheatre Practicum, Technical

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60123THE2691Theatre Practicum in ActingLaboratory work in acting.  Credit assigned by agreement of advisor and show director, based on learning opportunities of role.  May be repeated for a maximum of three hours.13FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Mikotowicz,Thomas JTheatre Practicum in Acting

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60369THE4971Independent Study Theatre INo description available.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Mikotowicz,Thomas JIndependent Study Theatre I

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60522THE4981Independent Study Theatre IINo description available.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Mikotowicz,Thomas JIndependent Study Theatre II

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60124THE5961Field Services Theatre ProdProvides experience in producing theatre in the field, through stage directing, designing scenery, costumes, and/or lighting, building scenery, stage managing, costuming, handling publicity, etc.  at a local elementary or secondary school, community or professional theatre.  Credit depends on length and complexity of assignment.13FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Mikotowicz,Thomas JField Services Theatre Prod

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60125THE6971Directed Research IAn opportunity to study a particular problem under faculty supervision.13IND5/12/20148/22/201410Mikotowicz,Thomas JDirected Research I

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60406UST4001Adv Top in University StudiesThis independent study course allows students enrolled in the Bachelor of University Studies Program to focus more deeply in an area of their choice.  May be repeated for credit16IND5/12/20148/22/20145Howard,Barbara DAdv Top in University Studies

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60153UST4991Senior CapstoneInterdisciplinary senior research project.  Senior students will use their areas of foci to build on their knowledge and apply it to a specific senior project or internship.  Students will integrate program knowledge and demonstrate synthesis, analysis and critical evaluation of their specific project.33SEM5/12/20148/22/201410Howard,Barbara DCapstone ExperienceSenior Capstone

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62039WGS2011Top in Wmn, Gender & Sexuality:  Fairy Tales and GenderAn interdisciplinary, second-level study of topics such as "Women in the Hispanic World", "Men and Masculinities in Society" or "Lesbian Literature".  May be taken more then once for credit if the topic differs.33LECMARRGD6/2/20147/11/201412Rasely,Emily MTop in Wmn, Gender & Sexuality

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60912WGS4981Dir Std Wmn, Gndr & Sexuality:  New LeadershipAdvanced, individual study, field experience, research and writing projects in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and related areas, conducted under the guidance of a faculty member associated with the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, arranged on request.  (Contact the  program office for an information sheet.)199IND5/12/20148/22/201412Fried,AmyDir Std Wmn, Gndr & Sexuality

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60104WLE2501Wildlife Field SurveyTwo week field course stressing the use and application of wildlife research and management techniques, collection and analysis of biological data and the recognition of wildlife species and their habitats.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFARRGD5/12/20148/22/201435Seward,Lindsay CWildlife Field Survey

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60680WLE4351Field Experience:  Amphibian EcologyA field experience in wildlife is a professional activity participated in by students under the supervision of a practicing professional in the field.  A high degree of responsibility is placed on the student for developing learning objectives and securing the approval of a faculty member for academic credit for the learning involved in the experience.  It may be paid or unpaid, it may last any length of time, and it may be repeated.11FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Calhoun,Aram J KField Experience

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60567ANT4972Department ProjectsA special project course.  Specific content, scheduling and credit hours proposed by student in consultation with instructor.  Maximum of 3 credit hours.199IND5Department Projects

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60034ANT5972Adv Topics in AnthropologyAdvanced students study selected topics with a staff member.  Credits to be arranged with instructor.13IND5Adv Topics in Anthropology

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62052ART2602Topics in Studio ArtSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1386/2/20146/20/201418Nadeau,Ronald ETopics in Studio Art

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62052ART2602Topics in Studio ArtSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFWAC1416/2/20146/20/201418Nadeau,Ronald ETopics in Studio Art

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62052ART2602Topics in Studio ArtSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1386/2/20146/20/201418Nadeau,Ronald ETopics in Studio Art

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62052ART2602Topics in Studio ArtSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFWAC1416/2/20146/20/201418Nadeau,Ronald ETopics in Studio Art

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60387BIO6992Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Campbell,ChristopherGraduate Thesis / Research

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60486BLE6992Graduate Thesis / Research199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Mason,Michael DGraduate Thesis / Research

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60074BMB4912Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Croall,Dorothy ECapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

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60085BMB6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Croall,Dorothy EGraduate Thesis / Research

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60774BUA3962Field Exper/InternshipStudents may earn from one to six credit hours for a pre-planned, supervised field experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  Credit will not be awarded for work experience acquired prior to registration for this course.16FEX5/12/20148/22/20145Mandzik,CarolField Exper/Internship

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60713BUA6952MBA InternshipField experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  (Neither past work experience nor field experience courses taken at other campuses or universities will be permitted as substitutes.) 13RSG5/12/20148/22/20141Harkins,Jason AMBA Internship

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62184CEC5802Counselor Educ Institute:  Crisis Intervntn/Disaster RespProvides understanding and insight into the area of counselor education. Attention given to literature, research, practices and materials.33LEC4:00 PM7:30 PMMSL2015/19/20147/21/201415Shannonhouse,LauraCounselor Educ Institute

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60576CHB3612Chem Eng & Bioengine Lab IApplies the principles of chemical engineering unit operations and process control in the laboratory, using pilot scale equipment.  Applies the principles of bioengineering in the laboratory using analogs of biological systems and appropriate instrumentation.  An emphasis is placed on formal written and oral reports.33LAB1:10 PM5:00 PMWThJ2057/9/20148/7/20146Millard,Paul JWriting IntensiveChem Eng & Bioengine Lab I

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62123CHE4972Independent StudyIndividual, independent study of a specialized topic under supervision of an advisor and at least one other faculty member.  A formal report is required upon completion of the study.  Maximum of 3 accumulated credit hours.  (Fall, Spring and Summer.)33IND5/12/20148/22/201410Mason,Michael DIndependent Study

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60475CHE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Co,AlbertGraduate Thesis / Research

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60195CHF4092Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Brown,Margo JillSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

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60206CHF4962Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Brown,Margo JillFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

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60320CHY1232Intro to Chemistry LabIntroduction to experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 121, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA2286/2/20147/3/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MIntro to Chemistry Lab

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60324CHY1242Mol Basis Chem Change LabA continuation of CHY 123.  Experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 122, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA2287/7/20148/8/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MMol Basis Chem Change Lab

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60507CHY2532Organic Chemistry Lab IAn introduction to the separation, synthesis and analysis of organic compounds in the laboratory.22LAB1:10 PM5:00 PMMWThA4286/2/20147/3/201418Jensen,Bruce LOrganic Chemistry Lab I

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60340CHY6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Bruce,Alice EGraduate Thesis / Research

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60787CMJ6902Directed ResearchThe opportunity to study a particular problem under faculty supervision.  May be repeated up to 6 credit hours.11RSG5/12/20148/22/20141Lindenfeld,Laura ADirected Research

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60407COS6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Chawathe,Sudarshan SGraduate Thesis / Research

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60565CSD6862Clinical Practicum:  Speech Lang Pathology-ExternSupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Stickles,Judith LClinical Practicum

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60565CSD6862Clinical Practicum:  Speech Lang Pathology-ExternSupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Walker,Judy PClinical Practicum

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60777CSD6902Directed Research IIn-depth topical study under faculty supervision.  May be repeated for credit.13RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Hall,Nancy EDirected Research I

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60677EAD5622Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMWML221A5/14/20146/25/201415Mackenzie,Sarah VGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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60677EAD5622Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC8:30 AM2:30 PMSaML221A5/31/20145/31/201415Mackenzie,Sarah VGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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60677EAD5622Group Ldrshp & Dec-Making SchIntroduction to and the application of group dynamics, group leadership and group decision-making in the many contexts encountered by school leaders.33LEC8:30 AM2:30 PMSaML221A6/21/20146/21/201415Mackenzie,Sarah VGroup Ldrshp & Dec-Making Sch

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60418ECE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20144Zhu,YifengGraduate Thesis / Research

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60505EDG6572Educ PracticumSupervised practice in applying professional skills to administration, supervision, science education, social studies, special education and language instruction. Activity will be selected by the student and advisor.16RSG5/12/20148/22/20148Garthwait,Abigail CEduc Practicum

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62139EDG6572Educ Practicum:  Writing PracticumSupervised practice in applying professional skills to administration, supervision, science education, social studies, special education and language instruction. Activity will be selected by the student and advisor.16RSGWEB5/15/20148/1/201416Kent,Richard BEduc Practicum

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60504EDG6912Graduate Apprenticeship:  Health FitnessApprenticeship training in supervision, administration, social studies, special education, physical education, science education or another area of interest. Available only to full-time graduate students with permission well in advance of class meeting.33IND5/12/20148/22/20142Butterfield,StephenGraduate Apprenticeship

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60373EDS6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Lehnhard,Robert AGraduate Thesis / Research

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62143EDU5902Topics in Education:  Executive Function in LearningConcentrated study of designated topics in education.  Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest.  May be repeated for credit.  Some sections may have prerequisites beyond the following.13LEC4:00 PM7:00 PMTThSL3117/8/20147/17/201415Jackson,Diane WTopics in Education

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62143EDU5902Topics in Education:  Executive Function in LearningConcentrated study of designated topics in education.  Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest.  May be repeated for credit.  Some sections may have prerequisites beyond the following.13LEC4:00 PM7:00 PMTThSL3117/29/20147/31/201415Jackson,Diane WTopics in Education

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60770EET4982Sel Top in Elec Eng Tech:  Senior Design IIITopics in engineering technology not regularly covered in other courses.  Content varies to suit the needs of individuals.  May be repeated for credit.  (Fall and Spring.)14IND5/12/20148/22/20141Allen,John WSel Top in Elec Eng Tech

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62012ENG1292Topics in English:  Thinking is Thinging-Doc in LiOffers small-group discussions of literature focusing on a common theme.  Each division takes up a different theme, such as utopianism, the quest myth, growing up in America and the like.  Students can expect to read texts closely and write regularly about them.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFNV2045/12/20145/30/201421Canniff,Jason AaronWriting IntensiveTopics in English

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60639ERL5902Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Nature WritingOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33IND9:00 AM4:00 PMMTWThFSL3137/14/20147/18/201416Kent,Richard BSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

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60042FSN5812Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410White,Adrienne AProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

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60047FSN6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Bushway,Rodney JGraduate Thesis / Research

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60230HON4982Honors Directed Study:  AquacultureTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60259HON4992Honors Thesis:  AquacultureThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60097HTY5502Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  European1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Read-Bibliography/Criticism

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60151IEI  132Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH3076/2/20146/26/201425McCarthy,James DWriting Fluently & Accurately

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60154IEI  142Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH3066/2/20146/26/201425Cheung,ChristinaReading & Vocabulary Develop

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64065IEI  192Special Topics in ESLLanguage activities to advance English acquisition.  Issues and themes from contemporary society.  Cross-cultural perspectives.  Topics vary.  For non-native speakers of English.00IND1:10 PM2:00 PMMTWThARRGD7/14/20148/7/201450Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth RSpecial Topics in ESL

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64065IEI  192Special Topics in ESLLanguage activities to advance English acquisition.  Issues and themes from contemporary society.  Cross-cultural perspectives.  Topics vary.  For non-native speakers of English.00IND1:10 PM2:00 PMMTWThARRGD7/14/20148/7/201450Kipping,Eleanor FSpecial Topics in ESL

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64065IEI  192Special Topics in ESLLanguage activities to advance English acquisition.  Issues and themes from contemporary society.  Cross-cultural perspectives.  Topics vary.  For non-native speakers of English.00IND1:10 PM2:00 PMMTWThARRGD7/14/20148/7/201450Wight,Erin JanineSpecial Topics in ESL

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60489IEI  202English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH1086/2/20146/26/201425Mares,Christopher AEnglish for Acad Purposes

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62115IMD5202Topics in Media Production:  Docum Photo- Schoodic Int'lPresents topical explorations on production process, tools for innovative development, and technical means of production for creative work.  Topics will vary from semester to semester but will focus on giving students an in depth exposure to a technical aspect of media, tools and production skills relevant to Intermedial forms.  In addition to technical modes of production these classes will consider technological tools in relation to a variety of theoretical, practical and historical exploratio13STU9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFL3117/14/20148/22/20146Grillo,Michael HTopics in Media Production

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60502KPE3842Prac Kinesiology & Phys Ed:  Outdoor EducationLeadership experiences under staff supervision in the service program.  Limited opportunities also exist in local public schools.13FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Bloedon,Charlie EPrac Kinesiology & Phys Ed

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60527KPE3982Prob in Kinesiology & Phys EdIndividual work on a problem in the area of health, physical education or recreation.13IND5/12/20148/22/20141Lehnhard,Robert AProb in Kinesiology & Phys Ed

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60536KPE4272Health Fitness InternshipSupervised experience in fitness, health promotion and in conducting recreation programs in camp, community, social agency or institution situations.36RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Weeks,Sherrie LCapstone ExperienceHealth Fitness Internship

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60643MAT1032Elem Algebraic Mod Our WorldAn introduction to the applications of algebra with a focus on data analysis and model building.  Topics include graphs, algebraic equations and functions.  Primary attention will be given to using linear, quadratic and exponential functions to represent and interpret real world applications.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFNV1086/2/20147/3/201420MathematicsElem Algebraic Mod Our World

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60644MAT2322Prin Statistical InferenceIntended for students who will use statistics as an aid to the comprehension of quantitative work done by others and for students who will follow this course by an intermediate level applied statistics course.  An introduction to the language and methods of statistical analysis, probability, graphic and numeric descriptive methods and inference from sample data. Two years of high school algebra are required.  Note: because of overlap, MAT 232 and MAT 215 cannot both be taken for degree credit.)33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFNV2086/2/20147/3/201420MathematicsPrin Statistical Inference

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60515MEE6972Mechanical Eng ProjectsProject199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Caccese,VincentMechanical Eng Projects

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60061MEE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Caccese,VincentGraduate Thesis / Research

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60306NUR4952Independent Study in NursingIndividualized study with permission of the instructor.  May or may not have an experiential component.13IND5Independent Study in Nursing

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60308NUR6972Scholarly ProjectAn opportunity to integrate research, clinical and theoretical knowledge bases in a rigorous, faculty-guided project.  Critical thinking, analysis and synthesis provide the framework for the project which may include philosophical, theoretical or clinical papers.16RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Scholarly Project

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60310NUR6982Independent Study in NursingIndividual work on an approved project.13IND5Independent Study in Nursing

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60169PHY1112General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.44LEC10:00 AM11:15 AMMTWThFB1406/2/20147/11/201416Lab in the Basic or Applied SciencesGeneral Physics I

.

60180PHY1122General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.44LEC10:00 AM11:15 AMMTWThFB1407/14/20148/22/201416Lab in the Basic or Applied SciencesGeneral Physics II

.

60175PHY1212Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFBD3106/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

.

60184PHY1222Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

.

60424PSE3962Fld Exp Plant, Soil/Env Sci:  Environmental HorticultureAn approved program of work experience which contributes to the academic major and for which academic credit is given.  Students may work part time or full time for a semester in a job related to their professional career goals, including on-farm internships.116FEX5/12/20148/22/201415Young,Jaina MFld Exp Plant, Soil/Env Sci

.

60585PSE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Erich,M SusanGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62113PSY2122Abnormal PsychologyExamines the origin, development, and manifestations of abnormal behavior with emphasis on the biological, social, and psychological determinants of deviant behavior.33LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThLH1405/12/20145/30/201430Hord,Melissa KayAbnormal Psychology

.

60114PSY6912PracticumClosely supervised experience in psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, behavior modification, consulting, research, teaching, or a combination of these in a field setting.199RSG5/12/20148/22/20146Haigh,Emily APPracticum

.

60621SFR3472Spec Prob Parks, Rec, TourismOriginal investigation in Recreation Resources, the subject to be chosen after consultation with the staff.  Open to high-ranking juniors and seniors.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica ESpec Prob Parks, Rec, Tourism

.

60623SFR3932Coop Parks, Rec & TourismPractical experience for the undergraduate student, combining work in a business firm or public agency with academic courses and supervision.  Opportunity for student to gain experience, to integrate classroom learning with job performance, and to develop future placement possibilities.116RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica ECoop Parks, Rec & Tourism

.

60625SFR3962Intern Parks, Rec and TourismA professional activity under the general supervision of an experienced professional with a high degree of responsibility placed on the student.  Learning objectives are pre-established and agreed upon between the faculty coordinator and the placement supervisor.  Not normally repeated.199RSG5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica EIntern Parks, Rec and Tourism

.

60627SFR3992Fld Exp Parks, Rec, TourismA field experience is a professional activity participated in by students under the supervision of a practicing professional in the field.  A high degree of responsibility is placed on the student for developing learning objectives and securing the approval of a faculty member for academic credit for the learning involved.  May be repeated.199FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica EFld Exp Parks, Rec, Tourism

.

60600SFR6052Forest Biology ProblemsCan be repeated for graduate credit.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410White,Alan SForest Biology Problems

.

60629SFR6132Forest Recreation ProblemsForest Recreation Problems199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Leahy,Jessica EForest Recreation Problems

.

60631SFR6152Prob in Wood TechnologyNo description available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Gardner,Douglas JeromeProb in Wood Technology

.

60127SIE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Egenhofer,Max JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60587SMS4912Prob Marine Science:  Estuarine OceanographyUndergraduate studies of current problems in marine science directed by individual faculty.  May be experimental or theoretical independent research or directed readings by an individual student.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWDARLINGCTR6/16/20146/27/201415Mayer,Lawrence MProb Marine Science

.

60744SMS4972Ind Std in Marine Science:  Test Aqua Curr/Algn Me Lrn RtsA readings, lecture, laboratory or seminar study course arranged between instructor and individual students, covering selected topics or areas within the field of Marine Science.  May be repeated for credit.44IND1Ind Std in Marine Science

.

60706SMS5982Special Topics Marine Science:  Techniques Shellfish AquacultA graduate-level readings, lecture, seminar or laboratory course covering timely topics in Marine Science.  May be repeated for credit.11IND8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/12/20148/22/20145Davis,Christopher VSpecial Topics Marine Science

.

60468SPI6972Independent StudyProvides an opportunity for well qualified students to pursue a selected topic in great depth under the supervision of an individual faculty member.  The topic is to be determined in consultation with the faculty instructor.13IND5/12/20148/22/20146Settele,JamesIndependent Study

.

62311WLE2502Wildlife Field SurveyTwo week field course stressing the use and application of wildlife research and management techniques, collection and analysis of biological data and the recognition of wildlife species and their habitats.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFARRGD5/12/20148/22/201425Wolter,Faren R.Wildlife Field Survey

.

60379WLE6992Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Harrison,Daniel JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62053ART2603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

62053ART2603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSSelected topics surveying specific media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

62054ART3603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

62054ART3603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSSelected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  Course may satisfy level II requirements in painting, printmaking or sculpture.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

62055ART4603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB1:00 PM3:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

62055ART4603Topics in Studio Art:  Carving Stone and Schoodic ISSAdvanced study of selected topics surveying particular media, thematic content or contemporary issues.  Specific topics will vary from semester to semester.  May be repeated for credit.33LAB9:00 AM12:00 PMMTWThFFSTA1007/14/20148/22/201418Ondo,Gregory MTopics in Studio Art

.

60388BIO6993Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145De Los Reyes,Benildo GGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60487BLE6993Graduate Thesis / Research199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Millard,Paul JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60075BMB4913Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Gosse,Julie ACapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60086BMB6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Gosse,Julie AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60734BUA6953MBA InternshipField experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  (Neither past work experience nor field experience courses taken at other campuses or universities will be permitted as substitutes.) 14RSG5/12/20148/22/20145Mandzik,CarolMBA Internship

.

62124CHE4973Independent StudyIndividual, independent study of a specialized topic under supervision of an advisor and at least one other faculty member.  A formal report is required upon completion of the study.  Maximum of 3 accumulated credit hours.  (Fall, Spring and Summer.)33IND5/12/20148/22/201410Van Walsum,Gerard PIndependent Study

.

60476CHE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Desisto,WilliamGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60196CHF4093Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Dellamattera,Julie MSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60207CHF4963Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Dellamattera,Julie MFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

62010CHY1233Intro to Chemistry LabIntroduction to experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 121, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA3276/2/20147/3/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MIntro to Chemistry Lab

.

60772CHY1243Mol Basis Chem Change LabA continuation of CHY 123.  Experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 122, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB12:10 PM3:00 PMMWThA3277/7/20148/8/201416Bruce,Mitchell R MMol Basis Chem Change Lab

.

60768CHY2533Organic Chemistry Lab IAn introduction to the separation, synthesis and analysis of organic compounds in the laboratory.22LAB1:10 PM5:00 PMMWThA3286/2/20147/3/20140Jensen,Bruce LOrganic Chemistry Lab I

.

60342CHY6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Bruce,Mitchell R MGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60289CIE6993Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Dagher,Habib-JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60641CMJ1033Fund Public CommunThe nature and problems of public speech communication, with practical experience in representative speaking situations.  Participation in research to a maximum of 3 hours is expected.33LEC1:15 PM4:00 PMMTWThFDU4175/12/20145/30/201420Berger,Cameron CrawfordSocial Contexts & InstitutionsFund Public Commun

.

60448COS6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Turner,Roy MGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60566CSD6863Clinical Practicum:  AudiologySupervised clinical experience with children and adults at campus and off-campus sites.  May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.12RSG5/12/20148/22/201420Booth,Amy EnglerClinical Practicum

.

60421ECE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20142Emanetoglu,Nuri WGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60376EDS6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Mackenzie,Sarah VGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60638EDU5803Educ Institute:  North East Writng InsAn activity with special interest to educators that takes place outside the time frames of a standard course and often in a shorter period of time.  Institutes give students opportunities to take activity based courses that are connected to research and practices.33LEC25Educ Institute

.

60880ERL5903Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Sem in Writing Center PedagogyOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB6/2/20147/3/201416Dean,Cynthia DianeSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

.

60041FSN3973Independent StudiesIndependent studies in specific areas of food management, food science and human nutrition.16IND5/12/20148/22/20145White,Adrienne AIndependent Studies

.

60513FSN6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20144Perkins,Lewis BGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60231HON4983Honors Directed Study:  Art HistoryTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60260HON4993Honors Thesis:  Art HistoryThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60098HTY5503Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  British and Commonwealth1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND25Read-Bibliography/Criticism

.

60495IEI  103Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH1076/2/20146/26/201425Cheung,ChristinaDeveloping Accurate Listening

.

60159IEI  133Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH1086/2/20146/26/201425Webster,Megan ElaineWriting Fluently & Accurately

.

60204IEI  143Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH3066/2/20146/26/201425Sousa,Erin-KateReading & Vocabulary Develop

.

60491IEI  203English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThBW1236/2/20146/26/201425Webster,Megan ElaineEnglish for Acad Purposes

.

60580KPE3843Prac Kinesiology & Phys EdLeadership experiences under staff supervision in the service program.  Limited opportunities also exist in local public schools.13FEX5/12/20148/22/20141Butterfield,StephenPrac Kinesiology & Phys Ed

.

60699KPE4273Health Fitness InternshipSupervised experience in fitness, health promotion and in conducting recreation programs in camp, community, social agency or institution situations.36RSG7/1/20148/22/20146Lehnhard,Robert ACapstone ExperienceHealth Fitness Internship

.

60528MEE6973Mechanical Eng ProjectsProject199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Shahinpoor,MohsenMechanical Eng Projects

.

60062MEE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Peterson Jr,Michael LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62060PHY1213Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFBD3106/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

.

60374PHY1223Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.44LEC8:00 AM9:15 AMMTWThFB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

.

60470PSE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Gallandt,Eric RGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60608SFR3453Special Problems in Forestry:  Acadian Intnshp Reg Consrv/StwOriginal investigation and/or readings on forest resources problems, the subject to be chosen after consultation with staff.  Open to high-ranking juniors and seniors.33IND5/12/20148/22/201412Lilieholm,Robert J.Special Problems in Forestry

.

60632SFR6153Prob in Wood TechnologyNo description available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Shaler,Stephen MProb in Wood Technology

.

60618SFR6173Forest Policy Problems:  Acadian Intnshp Reg Consrv/StwForest Policy Problems33IND5/12/20148/22/201410Lilieholm,Robert J.Forest Policy Problems

.

60129SIE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Onsrud,Harlan JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60469SPI6973Independent StudyProvides an opportunity for well qualified students to pursue a selected topic in great depth under the supervision of an individual faculty member.  The topic is to be determined in consultation with the faculty instructor.13IND5/12/20148/22/20146Settele,JamesIndependent Study

.

60380WLE6993Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Hunter Jr,Malcolm LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60426AVS3684Independent Std Animal SciAn in-depth study into a specific area to be approved by the staff advisor at time of registration.  (1) breeding, (2) disease, (3) management, (4) nutrition, (5) physiology.  Not more than five credit hours will be permitted toward graduation.199IND5/12/20148/22/201412Marcinkowski,David PIndependent Std Animal Sci

.

60389BIO6994Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Drummond,Francis AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60488BLE6994Graduate Thesis / Research199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Van Walsum,Gerard PGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60076BMB4914Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Gundersen,Robert ECapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60087BMB6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Gundersen,Robert EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60758BUA6954MBA InternshipField experience in business relevant to the student's educational development and career goals.  (Neither past work experience nor field experience courses taken at other campuses or universities will be permitted as substitutes.) 34RSG5/12/20148/22/20141Strong,Robert AMBA Internship

.

60197CHF4094Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Howard,Barbara DSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60208CHF4964Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Howard,Barbara DFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

60343CHY6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Cole,Barbara J WGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60290CIE6994Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Davids,William GlennGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60575COS6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Markowsky,GeorgeGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60419ECE6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Smith,Rosemary LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60401EDS6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Marnik,George FGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60890ERL5904Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  BloggingOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB5/12/20147/11/201415Manhart,Emilie BrandSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

.

60455FRE4904Advanced Topics in French:  FLAS Award: Quebec City UniverAdvanced Topics in French and French-Canadian literature  or linguistics may include: contemporary cinema, surrealism, contemporary French thought, modern French critical theory, linguistics, sociolinguistics, semiotics, symbolism, literature of commitment, images of women, women writers.  Topics vary.  May be repeated for credit.33IND5/12/20148/22/20141Cultural Diversity & International PerspectivesAdvanced Topics in French

.

60757FSN3974Independent StudiesIndependent studies in specific areas of food management, food science and human nutrition.16IND5/12/20148/22/20142Perkins,Lewis BIndependent Studies

.

60043FSN5814Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Sullivan,Susan SProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

.

60048FSN6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Camire,Mary EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60232HON4984Honors Directed Study:  Biochem/Microbio & Mole BioTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60261HON4994Honors Thesis:  Biochem/Microbio & Mole BioThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60099HTY5504Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  Canadian1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Read-Bibliography/Criticism

.

60161IEI  134Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH1086/2/20146/26/201425McCarthy,James DWriting Fluently & Accurately

.

60189IEI  144Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH3066/2/20146/26/201425Webster,Megan ElaineReading & Vocabulary Develop

.

60492IEI  204English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThBW1236/2/20146/26/201425McCarthy,James DEnglish for Acad Purposes

.

60577MEE6974Mechanical Eng ProjectsProject199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Thiagarajan,KrishMechanical Eng Projects

.

60063MEE6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20140Poland,Justin HGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60471PSE6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Graduate Thesis / Research

.

60130SIE6994Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Nittel,Silvia EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60465SMS4914Prob Marine Science:  MATLAB for Mar SciUndergraduate studies of current problems in marine science directed by individual faculty.  May be experimental or theoretical independent research or directed readings by an individual student.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC1:00 PM4:00 PMMTWThFA3545/27/20146/13/201435Brady,Damian CProb Marine Science

.

60390BIO6995Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Groden,EleanorGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60077BMB4915Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Hutchison,Keith WCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60088BMB6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Hutchison,Keith WGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60477CHE6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Genco,Joseph MGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60198CHF4095Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Klein,RenateSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60210CHF4965Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Klein,RenateFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

60344CHY6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Collins,ScottGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60291CIE6995Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Garder,Per ErikGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60651COS6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Fastook,James LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60420ECE6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20148Pereira Da Cunha,MauricioGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60410EDS6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Allan,Elizabeth JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62137ERL5905Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Seminar in Fiction WritingOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB7/21/20147/25/201416Kennedy,Katherine ASp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

.

60044FSN5815Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/20142Wu,Vivian Chi-HuaProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

.

60233HON4985Honors Directed Study:  Biology and EcologyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND0Honors Directed Study

.

60262HON4995Honors Thesis:  Biology and EcologyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60100HTY5505Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  African1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Read-Bibliography/Criticism

.

60753IEI  145Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH3076/2/20146/26/201425Cheung,ChristinaReading & Vocabulary Develop

.

60064MEE6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Sayles Jr,RichardGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60472PSE6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Mallory,Ellen BGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62065SMS4915Prob Marine Science:  Invertebrate Larval Bio & LifeUndergraduate studies of current problems in marine science directed by individual faculty.  May be experimental or theoretical independent research or directed readings by an individual student.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/27/20146/6/201420Eckelbarger,Kevin JProb Marine Science

.

62065SMS4915Prob Marine Science:  Invertebrate Larval Bio & LifeUndergraduate studies of current problems in marine science directed by individual faculty.  May be experimental or theoretical independent research or directed readings by an individual student.  May be repeated for credit.33LEC8:00 AM5:00 PMMTWThFDARLINGCTR5/27/20146/6/201420Waller,Rhian GProb Marine Science

.

60381WLE6995Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Loftin,Cynthia SGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60391BIO6996Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Henry,Clarissa AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60078BMB4916Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Kim,Carol HCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60089BMB6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Kim,Carol HGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60478CHE6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Hwalek,John JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60200CHF4096Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Logue,Mary EllinSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60211CHF4966Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Logue,Mary EllinFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

60345CHY6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Fort Jr,Raymond CGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60292CIE6996Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Humphrey,Dana NGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60446EDS6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Gardner,Susan KGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62138ERL5906Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Writing/Reading-Common CoreOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB7/1/20148/16/201416Boardman,David CharlesSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

.

60466FSN5816Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/20142Klimis,Dorothy JProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

.

60049FSN6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Klimis,Dorothy JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60234HON4986Honors Directed Study:  Business AdministrationTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60263HON4996Honors Thesis:  Business AdministrationThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60101HTY5506Read-Bibliography/Criticism:  Asian1.  American History 2.  European History 3.  British and Commonwealth History 4.  Canadian History 5.  African History 6.  Asian History199IND5/12/20148/22/201425Read-Bibliography/Criticism

.

60065MEE6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Sucec,JamesGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60473PSE6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20142Moran,Renae EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60131SIE6996Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Giudice,Nicholas AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60392BIO6997Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Holberton,Rebecca LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60079BMB4917Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Moody Jr,Charles ECapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60090BMB6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Moody Jr,Charles EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60479CHE6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Mason,Michael DGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60201CHF4097Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Milardo,Robert MSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60213CHF4967Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Milardo,Robert MFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

60346CHY6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Frederick,Brian GGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60293CIE6997Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Jain,ShaleenGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60428ECE6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Abedi,AliGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60506EDS6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS3Graduate Thesis / Research

.

62377ERL5907Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Advanced Res Writing w/DisciplOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33IND6/3/20148/15/20148Martin,Kenneth HSp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

.

60050FSN6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143White,Adrienne AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60235HON4987Honors Directed Study:  Chemical & Biological EngineerTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60264HON4997Honors Thesis:  Chemical & Biological EngineerThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60066MEE6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Shahinpoor,MohsenGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60520PSE6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Porter,Gregory AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60132SIE6997Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Moratz,Reinhard MGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60750BIO6998Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Annis,Seanna LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60080BMB4918Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Sher,RogerCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60091BMB6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Molloy,Sally DixonGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60480CHE6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Millard,Paul JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60203CHF4098Spec Prob Child Dev/Fam LifeAs available.199IND5/12/20148/22/201410Schilmoeller,Gary LSpec Prob Child Dev/Fam Life

.

60214CHF4968Fld Exp Hum Dev & Fam StdAn approved program of work experience for department majors that involves the application of theory and research in applied settings.  Requires a written proposal outlining the proposed experience, its relation to the student's program of study, plan for faculty supervision and a final written report.  No more than 6 credits may be used toward the departmental major and not more than 12 credits may be used toward the graduation requirements.16FEX5/12/20148/22/201410Schilmoeller,Gary LFld Exp Hum Dev & Fam Std

.

60347CHY6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Jensen,Bruce LGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60294CIE6998Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Landis,Eric NGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60429ECE6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Kotecki,David EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60511EDS6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Kent,Richard BGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60051FSN6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Skonberg,Denise IGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60236HON4988Honors Directed Study:  ChemistryTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60265HON4998Honors Thesis:  ChemistryThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60067MEE6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Vel,Senthil SGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62312PSE6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Sarrantonio,MarianneGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60382WLE6998Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Coghlan,Stephen MGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60393BIO6999Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Kinnison,Michael TGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60081BMB4919Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Singer,John TCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60092BMB6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Singer,John TGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60481CHE6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Neivandt,David JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60348CHY6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Patterson,Howard HGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60295CIE6999Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Maynard,Melissa LandonGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60434ECE6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20143Segee,Bruce EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60516EDS6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS1Graduate Thesis / Research

.

60052FSN6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Sullivan,Susan SGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60237HON4989Honors Directed Study:  Civil & Environ EngineeringTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60266HON4999Honors Thesis:  Civil & Environ EngineeringThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60068MEE6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Jin,ZhiheGraduate Thesis / Research

.

63800PSE6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20144Fernandez,Ivan JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60383WLE6999Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Zydlewski,JosephGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60394BIO69910Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Longcore,Joyce EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60082BMB49110Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Van Beneden,Rebecca JCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60093BMB69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Van Beneden,Rebecca JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60482CHE69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Pendse,Hemant PGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60349CHY69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Rasaiah,Jayendran CGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60296CIE69910Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Lopez-Anido,Roberto AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60452ECE69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Musavi,Mohamad TGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60531EDS69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Maddaus,John EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60053FSN69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Wu,Vivian Chi-HuaGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60238HON49810Honors Directed Study:  Computer ScienceTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60267HON49910Honors Thesis:  Computer ScienceThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

60524MEE69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Lopez-Anido,Roberto AGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60384WLE69910Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Calhoun,Aram J KGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60395BIO69911Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Olsen,Brian JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60083BMB49111Biochem, Micro & Mol Bio RschResearch in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology.199IND5/12/20148/22/20145Wheeler,RobertCapstone ExperienceBiochem, Micro & Mol Bio Rsch

.

60094BMB69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Wheeler,RobertGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60483CHE69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Van Heiningen,Adriaan R PGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60297CIE69911Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Macrae,Jean DGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60670ECE69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchSelected research problems.  (Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20142Weise,Nathan DGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60570EDS69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS1Graduate Thesis / Research

.

60596FSN58111Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/20142Myracle,Angela DProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

.

60594FSN69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Myracle,Angela DGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60239HON49811Honors Directed Study:  Earth SciencesTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60268HON49911Honors Thesis:  Earth SciencesThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

64041IEI  1011Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH1087/14/20148/7/201425Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth RDeveloping Accurate Listening

.

64057IEI  1311Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH3077/14/20148/7/201425Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth RWriting Fluently & Accurately

.

64049IEI  1411Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH1077/14/20148/7/201425Sousa,Erin-KateReading & Vocabulary Develop

.

64061IEI  2011English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH2077/14/20148/7/201425Kipping,Eleanor FEnglish for Acad Purposes

.

60669MEE69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis11THS5/12/20148/22/20145Thiagarajan,KrishGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62063WLE69911Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146McKinney,ShawnGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60396BIO69912Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Saros,Jasmine EGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60449BMB69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis work.199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Millard,Paul JGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60484CHE69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Van Walsum,Gerard PGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60350CHY69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Tripp,Carl PGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60773EDS69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Artesani,A JamesGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60597FSN58112Prob Food Sci & Hum NutrSpecial topics - Opportunity is provided to pursue an individualized topic in the food science or human nutrition area.199IND5/12/20148/22/20142Nayak,BalunkeswarProb Food Sci & Hum Nutr

.

60595FSN69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Nayak,BalunkeswarGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60240HON49812Honors Directed Study:  Ecology & Environ ScienceTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

.

60269HON49912Honors Thesis:  Ecology & Environ ScienceThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

.

64042IEI  1012Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH1087/14/20148/7/201425Wight,Erin JanineDeveloping Accurate Listening

.

64058IEI  1312Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH3077/14/20148/7/201425Mares,Christopher AWriting Fluently & Accurately

.

64050IEI  1412Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH1077/14/20148/7/201425Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth RReading & Vocabulary Develop

.

64062IEI  2012English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH2077/14/20148/7/201425Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth REnglish for Acad Purposes

.

60529MEE69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Shamsaei Sarvestani,AlirezaGraduate Thesis / Research

.

62064WLE69912Graduate Thesis / ResearchThesis.199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Blomberg,ErikGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60397BIO69913Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Simon,Kevin SGraduate Thesis / Research

.

60579CHY69913Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Patterson,Howard HGraduate Thesis / Research

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60298CIE69913Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Sandford,Thomas CGraduate Thesis / Research

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60778EDS69913Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20141Butterfield,StephenGraduate Thesis / Research

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60241HON49813Honors Directed Study:  EconomicsTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60270HON49913Honors Thesis:  EconomicsThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64043IEI  1013Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH1087/14/20148/7/201425Kipping,Eleanor FDeveloping Accurate Listening

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64059IEI  1313Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH3077/14/20148/7/201425McCarthy,James DWriting Fluently & Accurately

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64051IEI  1413Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH1077/14/20148/7/201425Mares,Christopher AReading & Vocabulary Develop

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64063IEI  2013English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH2077/14/20148/7/201425Sousa,Erin-KateEnglish for Acad Purposes

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60581MEE69913Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/20145Goupee,Andrew JosephGraduate Thesis / Research

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60485CHE69914Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Ruthven,Douglas MGraduate Thesis / Research

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62011CHY69914Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Gramlich,William MikeGraduate Thesis / Research

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60299CIE69914Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Hintz,Raymond JGraduate Thesis / Research

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60242HON49814Honors Directed Study:  Electrical & Computer EngineerTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60271HON49914Honors Thesis:  Electrical & Computer EngineerThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64044IEI  1014Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH1087/14/20148/7/201425Mares,Christopher ADeveloping Accurate Listening

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64060IEI  1314Writing Fluently & AccuratelyIntensive English writing process practice ranging from personal free-writing to composing correspondence and essays so as to develop fluency, clarity, organization, expression, grammatical accuracy and editing skills.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH3077/14/20148/7/201425Wight,Erin JanineWriting Fluently & Accurately

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64052IEI  1414Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH1077/14/20148/7/201425Wight,Erin JanineReading & Vocabulary Develop

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64064IEI  2014English for Acad PurposesPractice in academic skills required for university studies.  Selecting courses, analyzing course expectations, taking notes, working with various lecture styles, researching library and on-line sources, giving presentations, increasing reading efficiency, and interacting with professors.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH2077/14/20148/7/201425Sousa,Erin-KateEnglish for Acad Purposes

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60399BIO69915Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Tyler,Mary SGraduate Thesis / Research

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60556CHE69915Graduate Thesis / ResearchGraduate Thesis199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Wheeler,M ClaytonGraduate Thesis / Research

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60569CIE69915Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Goupee,Andrew JosephGraduate Thesis / Research

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60243HON49815Honors Directed Study:  EnglishTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60272HON49915Honors Thesis:  EnglishThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64045IEI  1015Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH3067/14/20148/7/201425Wight,Erin JanineDeveloping Accurate Listening

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64053IEI  1415Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC8:00 AM8:50 AMMTWThHH3057/14/20148/7/201425Mares,Christopher AReading & Vocabulary Develop

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60404BIO69916Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Dowse,Harold BGraduate Thesis / Research

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60525CIE69916Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/20146Goupee,Andrew JosephGraduate Thesis / Research

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60244HON49816Honors Directed Study:  Food & Nutrition SciencesTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60273HON49916Honors Thesis:  Food & Nutrition SciencesThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64046IEI  1016Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH3067/14/20148/7/201425Kipping,Eleanor FDeveloping Accurate Listening

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64054IEI  1416Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC9:00 AM9:50 AMMTWThHH3057/14/20148/7/201425McCarthy,James DReading & Vocabulary Develop

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60453BIO69917Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20141Ashworth,Sharon LGraduate Thesis / Research

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60538CIE69917Graduate Thesis / Research(Fall and Spring.)199THS5/12/20148/22/201410Zou,QingpingGraduate Thesis / Research

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60245HON49817Honors Directed Study:  Forest Ecosys Sci & ConservTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60274HON49917Honors Thesis:  Forest Ecosystem ScienceThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64047IEI  1017Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH3067/14/20148/7/201425Mares,Christopher ADeveloping Accurate Listening

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64055IEI  1417Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC10:00 AM10:50 AMMTWThHH3057/14/20148/7/201425Wight,Erin JanineReading & Vocabulary Develop

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60571BIO69918Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20142Cronan,Christopher SGraduate Thesis / Research

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60246HON49818Honors Directed Study:  InterdisciplinaryTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60275HON49918Honors Thesis:  InterdisciplinaryThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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64048IEI  1018Developing Accurate ListeningIntensive listening practice to improve understanding of the everyday idiomatic English of native speakers in America.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH3067/14/20148/7/201425Esty-Kendall,Gwyneth RDeveloping Accurate Listening

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64056IEI  1418Reading & Vocabulary DevelopStrategies for effective reading and the acquisition of new vocabulary.  Intensive work with level-appropriate texts to develop reading comprehension and speed.  For non-native speakers of English.00LEC12:10 PM1:00 PMMTWThHH3057/14/20148/7/201425Kipping,Eleanor FReading & Vocabulary Develop

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62067BIO69919Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Elskus,AdriaGraduate Thesis / Research

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60247HON49819Honors Directed Study:  Mathematics & StatisticsTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60276HON49919Honors Thesis:  Mathematics & StatisticsThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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62068BIO69920Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145McGill,Brian JGraduate Thesis / Research

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60248HON49820Honors Directed Study:  Mechanical EngineeringTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5/12/20148/22/20145Honors Directed Study

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60277HON49920Honors Thesis:  Mechanical EngineeringThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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62069BIO69921Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Tyler,SethGraduate Thesis / Research

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60249HON49821Honors Directed Study:  Modern Lang & ClassicsTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60278HON49921Honors Thesis:  Modern Lang & ClassicsThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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62070BIO69922Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20141Zydlewski,JosephGraduate Thesis / Research

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60250HON49822Honors Directed Study:  New MediaTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60279HON49922Honors Thesis:  New MediaThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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62071BIO69923Graduate Thesis / Research16THS5/12/20148/22/20145Gill,JacquelynGraduate Thesis / Research

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60251HON49823Honors Directed Study:  Physics and AstronomyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60280HON49923Honors Thesis:  Physics and AstronomyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60252HON49824Honors Directed Study:  Political ScienceTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5/12/20148/22/20145Honors Directed Study

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60281HON49924Honors Thesis:  Political ScienceThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60253HON49825Honors Directed Study:  PsychologyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5/12/20148/22/20145Honors Directed Study

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60282HON49925Honors Thesis:  PsychologyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60254HON49826Honors Directed Study:  Resource Economics & PolicyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60283HON49926Honors Thesis:  Resource Economics & PolicyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60255HON49827Honors Directed Study:  Marine SciencesTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60284HON49927Honors Thesis:  Marine SciencesThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60256HON49828Honors Directed Study:  SociologyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Honors Directed Study

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60285HON49928Honors Thesis:  SociologyThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60257HON49899Honors Directed StudyTutorially directed research for the senior thesis or project.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Together with HON 499, this course satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5/12/20148/22/20145Honors Directed Study

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60286HON49999Honors ThesisThe completion of the senior project begun in HON 498.  Required of all four-year students graduating with a degree with Honors.  (Offered in both Fall and Spring semesters and occasionally in the Summer Session.) Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive requirement. Together with HON 498, this course also satisfies the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for some majors.  Consult your major department for details.33IND5Writing IntensiveHonors Thesis

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60004CHY122665Molecular Basis Chem ChangeTopics include: atomic and molecular bonding; classes of chemical reactions, reactivity of non-metals and metals; materials chemistry; kinetics; thermodynamics; electrochemistry; nuclear chemistry. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without CHY 124.  Together with CHY 124, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.33LEC10:30 AM2:00 PMTThFHC5/27/20146/26/201416Dilorenzo,Melanie AnnMolecular Basis Chem Change

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60005CHY124665Mol Basis Chem Change LabA continuation of CHY 123.  Experimental techniques and concepts in chemistry. Together with CHY 122, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LAB4:30 PM7:00 PMTThFHC5/27/20146/26/201416Therio,Susan DalyMol Basis Chem Change Lab

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60019CSD101665American Sign Language IIntroduction to American Sign Language syntax, morphology, phonology, history and culture. Focus on dialogue.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMTThFHC5/27/20147/17/201420Pierce,Carrie JAmerican Sign Language I

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62107EAD531665School Law for AdminThe Constitutional framework, legal issues and state statutes affecting the practice of school administration.  Special emphasis on the impact of recent court decisions.33LEC4:30 PM7:30 PMTFHC5/13/20147/22/201420Knowles,Paul DSchool Law for Admin

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60021EDT522665Methods Teaching w/ Comp TechProvides practical and understandable information about integrating technology in K-12 classrooms..  Examines tool applications, multimedia and categories of software.  Explores ways these support learning.33LEC8:00 AM4:30 PMMTWThFFHC6/23/20146/27/201420Garthwait,Abigail CMethods Teaching w/ Comp Tech

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60002EDT580665Instructional Tech InstituteProvides understanding and insight into the area of instructional technology. Attention given to literature, research, practices and materials.33LEC8:00 AM4:30 PMMTWThFFHC6/23/20146/27/2014100Garthwait,Abigail CInstructional Tech Institute

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60636ERL590665Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds:  Lit in Home,School & CommunityOffered as need, interest, and research require.  Specific topics might include: word processor and writing instruction, comprehension and cohesion, reading and writing in the content areas, vocabulary development, reading and cognition, ethnographic research in the language arts, and teacher as researcher.  May be repeated for credit.33IND15Sp Top Eng Lang Arts/Rel Flds

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60022INT188665Intro Integ Sci & Career ExplrINT 188 is a variable credit course that involves lecture and laboratory instruction in a data collection and analysis, measuring and graphing techniques, scientific writing, evidence-based thinking, and includes group work, a research project, a career-planning assignment focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields including job-shadowing experiences, and a final Research Symposium at the end of the course.13LAB5:30 PM6:30 PMFFHC7/18/20147/18/201412Pitcairn,Jan DIntro Integ Sci & Career Explr

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60022INT188665Intro Integ Sci & Career ExplrINT 188 is a variable credit course that involves lecture and laboratory instruction in a data collection and analysis, measuring and graphing techniques, scientific writing, evidence-based thinking, and includes group work, a research project, a career-planning assignment focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields including job-shadowing experiences, and a final Research Symposium at the end of the course.13LAB8:00 AM12:00 PMTWThFHC7/1/20147/17/201412Pitcairn,Jan DIntro Integ Sci & Career Explr

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60024PAX470665Sustainable CommunicationThis three credit interdisciplinary course combines the principles of Peace and Reconciliation Studies with cutting edge work in conflict transformation and reconciliation through dialogue.  Based on the work of clinical psychologist Marshall Rosenberg, participants will investigate and practice the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) process he developed. The course will provide participants with concrete skills in thinking and speaking which are necessary for analyzing and addressing conflict in a33SEM8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFFHC7/28/20148/15/201435Smith,Peggy RobinSustainable Communication

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60001SMS110665Concepts in OceanographyBasic concepts in physical, geological, chemical and biological oceanography will be discussed.  Also includes an introduction to the relationship between the ocean and the atmosphere.  Ends with a discussion of global change issues.  Practical applications of basic scientific principles will be emphasized.  May not be used for credit in the Marine Science major.  (Offered at the Frederick Hutchinson Center, Belfast through the Continuing Education Division.) Satisfies the General Education A33LEC4:00 PM7:00 PMMWFHC5/12/20148/22/201420Ellis Jr,William GConcepts in Oceanography

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60011SMS111665Concepts in Oceanography LabThis course will support SMS 110: Concepts in Oceanography through laboratories on physical, chemical, and biological oceanography topics.  Labs will include studies of marine organism from the Gulf of Maine, computer-based labs using online data, and use of laboratory equipment to measure various parameters. May not be used for credit in the Marine Science major.  (Offered at the Fredrick Hutchinson Center, Belfast through the Continuing Education Division.) Together with SMS 110, this cour11LAB7:00 PM9:00 PMMFHC5/12/20148/22/201420Thomas,DavidConcepts in Oceanography Lab

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC5/30/20146/6/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC6/27/20146/27/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC7/11/20147/11/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC7/25/20147/25/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC8/8/20148/8/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC5/31/20146/7/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC6/28/20146/28/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC7/12/20147/12/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC7/26/20147/26/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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62089SWK560665Prac General Soc Work IDevelops knowledge, values and skills necessary for direct practice of generalist social work with small systems, including individuals, small groups and families.  Covers social systems and problem solving framework.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC8/9/20148/9/201424Rapaport,Wendy SPrac General Soc Work I

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60006SWK577665Gr Strat Hlth/Men Hlth SettingGroup strategies for social work practice in health and mental health settings including team-meetings, psychoeducational issues in health care, workshops, communities, organizations, counseling and psychotherapy.33LEC4:00 PM8:00 PMTWThFHC7/15/20147/31/201412Rapaport,Wendy SGr Strat Hlth/Men Hlth Setting

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX1:00 PM3:30 PMSaFHC5/31/20145/31/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX1:00 PM3:30 PMSaFHC6/28/20146/28/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX1:00 PM3:30 PMSaFHC7/12/20147/12/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX1:00 PM3:30 PMSaFHC7/26/20147/26/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX1:00 PM3:30 PMSaFHC8/2/20148/2/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60008SWK595665MSW Field Prac Social WorkSupervised generalist social work practice in community agencies provides opportunities to apply social work knowledge and skills toward planned intervention and change efforts.44FEX5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC5/16/20145/16/201420Kaye,SusanMSW Field Prac Social Work

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60020UST400665Adv Top in University StudiesThis independent study course allows students enrolled in the Bachelor of University Studies Program to focus more deeply in an area of their choice.  May be repeated for credit16IND5/12/20148/22/201412Howard,Barbara DAdv Top in University Studies

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60003PAX598666Independent Graduate Study:  Sustainable CommunicationAdvanced research and writing projects in Peace and Reconciliation Studies.  May be repeated for credit.33IND8:30 AM4:30 PMMTWThFFHC7/28/20148/15/201410Smith,Peggy RobinIndependent Graduate Study

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62108ENG101668College CompositionStudents practice the ways in which writing serves to expand, clarify, and order experience and knowledge, with particular attention to persuasive writing.  Satisfactory completion of the course depends upon quality of weekly writing assignments as well as demonstration of proficiency in college-level writing.33LEC9:00 AM1:00 PMTThFHC6/3/20147/3/201411Crouse,Joanna BCollege Composition

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60017SWK695668Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part OneAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMFHC5/12/20145/19/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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60017SWK695668Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part OneAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMFHC6/2/20146/23/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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62109ENG101669College CompositionStudents practice the ways in which writing serves to expand, clarify, and order experience and knowledge, with particular attention to persuasive writing.  Satisfactory completion of the course depends upon quality of weekly writing assignments as well as demonstration of proficiency in college-level writing.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFFHC7/7/20148/8/201410Mitchell,Paige MCollege Composition

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62022ENG280669Introduction to FilmA survey of the history of motion pictures and an exploration of the rhetoric of film, designed to give students with no prior film study an integrated approach to understanding the moving image and how it functions.33LEC6:00 PM8:30 PMMWFHC6/16/20148/6/201412Wicks,Stephen DavidSocial Cont & Inst, Art & Creative ExpressionIntroduction to Film

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60015MAT101669Nature & Language of MathAn opportunity for non-science majors to experience the nature of mathematics and to explore the connections between mathematics and other areas of human understanding.33LEC5:15 PM8:30 PMTThFHC7/14/20148/22/201420MathematicsNature & Language of Math

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60010MAT122669Pre-CalculusDesigned as a transitional course between high school algebra and college mathematics, particularly calculus.  Topics include a detailed study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, stressing ideas needed by those who will take calculus.44LEC6:00 PM9:30 PMTThFHC5/13/20147/3/201420Zoroya,Todd WMathematicsPre-Calculus

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63796MAT126669Calculus IAn introduction to calculus for students in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences.  Covers the differential calculus of the algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, concluding with the definite integral and the fundamental theorem of calculus.  The approach is intuitive and geometric, with emphasis on understanding the basic concepts of function, limit, derivative and integral.44LEC5:00 PM9:00 PMTThFHC7/8/20148/7/201425MathematicsCalculus I

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62111PSY100669General PsychologyLecture on and discussions of basic psychological processes, including learning, perception, motivation and emotion, higher mental processes, individual differences, personality and additional selected topics.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMMTWFHC6/30/20147/30/201415Dufour,Charles LSocial Contexts & InstitutionsGeneral Psychology

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC5/30/20146/6/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC6/27/20146/27/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC7/11/20147/11/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC7/25/20147/25/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMFFHC8/8/20148/8/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC5/31/20146/7/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC6/28/20146/28/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC7/12/20147/12/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC7/26/20147/26/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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62133SWK661669Adv Gen SWK Pr w/ IndividDevelops knowledge, skills and values necessary for advanced generalist social work practice with individuals across the lifespan.33LEC9:00 AM12:30 PMSaFHC8/9/20148/9/201425Andrews,Loren JAdv Gen SWK Pr w/ Individ

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60018SWK695669Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part TwoAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMFHC7/14/20148/18/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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60652ENG101868College CompositionStudents practice the ways in which writing serves to expand, clarify, and order experience and knowledge, with particular attention to persuasive writing.  Satisfactory completion of the course depends upon quality of weekly writing assignments as well as demonstration of proficiency in college-level writing.33LEC9:00 AM1:00 PMTThSL116/3/20147/3/201410Crouse,Joanna BCollege Composition

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60534SWK695868Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part OneAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMSWB1045/12/20145/19/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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60534SWK695868Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part OneAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMSWB1046/2/20146/23/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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60432ART182869Photography & Digital ImagingA basic course in photography that includes use of computers as part of the process.  Covers basic principles such as lighting, color and selective focus.  Includes material on different photographic processes including digital processes.33LAB9:00 AM1:00 PMSaL3115/12/20147/3/201418Grillo,Michael HPhotography & Digital Imaging

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63995EDU690869Topics in Education:  At Risk StudentsConcentrated study of designated topics in education.  Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest.  May be repeated for credit.  Some sections may have prerequisites beyond the following.33IND4:00 PM8:00 PMMML3356/2/20147/3/20148Mitchell,SidneyTopics in Education

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62110ENG101869College CompositionStudents practice the ways in which writing serves to expand, clarify, and order experience and knowledge, with particular attention to persuasive writing.  Satisfactory completion of the course depends upon quality of weekly writing assignments as well as demonstration of proficiency in college-level writing.33LEC9:40 AM11:10 AMMTWThFNV2067/7/20148/8/201411Mitchell,Paige MCollege Composition

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62021ENG280869Introduction to FilmA survey of the history of motion pictures and an exploration of the rhetoric of film, designed to give students with no prior film study an integrated approach to understanding the moving image and how it functions.33LEC6:00 PM8:30 PMMBW1266/16/20148/6/201418Wicks,Stephen DavidSocial Cont & Inst, Art & Creative ExpressionIntroduction to Film

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60752MAT101869Nature & Language of MathAn opportunity for non-science majors to experience the nature of mathematics and to explore the connections between mathematics and other areas of human understanding.33LEC5:15 PM8:30 PMTThBW1247/14/20148/22/201415MathematicsNature & Language of Math

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60752MAT101869Nature & Language of MathAn opportunity for non-science majors to experience the nature of mathematics and to explore the connections between mathematics and other areas of human understanding.33LEC5:15 PM8:30 PMTThBW1267/14/20148/22/201415MathematicsNature & Language of Math

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60738MAT122869Pre-CalculusDesigned as a transitional course between high school algebra and college mathematics, particularly calculus.  Topics include a detailed study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, stressing ideas needed by those who will take calculus.44LEC6:00 PM9:30 PMTThBW1265/13/20147/3/201420Zoroya,Todd WMathematicsPre-Calculus

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60568MAT126869Calculus IAn introduction to calculus for students in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences.  Covers the differential calculus of the algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, concluding with the definite integral and the fundamental theorem of calculus.  The approach is intuitive and geometric, with emphasis on understanding the basic concepts of function, limit, derivative and integral.44LEC5:00 PM9:30 PMTThNV1087/8/20148/7/201415MathematicsCalculus I

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62112PSY100869General PsychologyLecture on and discussions of basic psychological processes, including learning, perception, motivation and emotion, higher mental processes, individual differences, personality and additional selected topics.33LEC5:30 PM8:00 PMMTWLH2056/30/20147/30/201420Dufour,Charles LSocial Contexts & InstitutionsGeneral Psychology

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60533SWK695869Adv Field Prac Social Work:  Part TwoAdvanced generalist social work practice in community agencies.  Provides students the opportunity to apply advanced social work knowledge and skills directed toward planned intervention and change efforts.15FEX5:00 PM7:30 PMMSWB1047/14/20148/18/20148Kelly,Nancy AAdv Field Prac Social Work

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60664BUA596870International Field Study:  RussiaProvides an opportunity to learn about a foreign culture, to visit with foreign government and business officials, and to learn about business practices worldwide via a hands-on immersion experience.  Includes preparatory class work and a final report.34FEX5/11/20145/25/201415Mahon,John FInternational Field Study

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62027FRE398870French Immersion-West FranceA two-week total immersion program offered in Western France.33LEC5/16/20145/30/201412St-Louis Savoie,Marie-JoelleCultural Diversity & International PerspectivesFrench Immersion-West France

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60825EDS521984Statistical Meth Educ IIntroduction to descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to education and human behavior.  Emphasis on parametric statistics.33LEC5:00 PM7:30 PMMThSL2076/2/20147/24/201415Pratt,Phillip AStatistical Meth Educ I

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60110PSY224984Psychology of AdolescenceA study of adolescent development in the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social spheres.  Adolescent personality and problems of adjustment considered in relation to the family, the school and the community, and the world of work.  Covers delinquency and abnormality in adolescents.33LEC9:00 AM11:45 AMTThSL2075/19/20147/3/201424Erdley,CynthiaPsychology of Adolescence

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60649PSY361984Sensation & PerceptionPrinciples and theories of the ways we make contact with our environment by seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling.  Psychophysics is covered.33LEC1:00 PM3:45 PMMWSL2075/19/20147/3/201424Fixaris,Michael CharlesSensation & Perception

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60791ANT120990Religions of the WorldA survey of the distinctive features of the major world religions and the most studied Native American, African and aboriginal Australian religions.  Focuses on the fit between myth and ritual, the problems involved in trying to understand both "from the believer's point of view," and what generalizations can be made about religion in general.33LECWEB5/19/20147/3/2014120Munson Jr,Henry LSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectReligions of the World

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60881ANT245990Sex & Gender Cross-Cult PerspAn exploration into the commonality and diversity of sex and gender roles in cross-cultural perspective and an examination of cultural and bio-social explanations for why such diversity exists.  Foci include contemporary approaches to sex and gender, changing views about men's and women's roles in human evolution, the conditions under which gender roles vary in contemporary societies and the issues surrounding gender equality, power and politics.33LECWEB6/2/20146/20/2014100Neuman,Lisa KEthics, Cultural Div & Intl PerspectSex & Gender Cross-Cult Persp

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60828ANT249990Religion and ViolenceExplores the anthropology of contemporary political violence.  The ethnographic study of terrorism, guerilla warfare, state terror and human rights will be complemented by examination of the ethical and methodological concerns that arise in this special ares of investigation.33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/2014100Munson Jr,Henry LEthics, Social Context & Inst, Cultural Div & InstReligion and Violence

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60860ANT256990Ethnic ConflictAn exploration of ethnic conflict and revival today including a survey of anthropological theories of ethnicity, focusing on ethnic revival in the modern world.  European and other ethnic groups of the industrialized West provide the major cases to be considered.33LECWEB5/19/20147/3/2014100Munson Jr,Henry LSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectEthnic Conflict

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60900ANT425990Recorded Interview Tech & MethThis course will introduce students to the theory and methodology of ethnographic and oral history fieldwork as it is practiced by social scientists and humanities researchers.  Students will learn to prepare research plans, develop questions, and conduct and record interviews.  They will learn how to navigate the essential practices of permissions, understand the concepts of copyright of research materials as it pertains to interviews, and fulfill the requirements of the Institutional Review Bo33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201425Macdougall,Pauleena MEthicsRecorded Interview Tech & Meth

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62026ANT448990Ethnography Through FilmA critical analysis of film from an anthropological perspective.  Students will be introduced to the history of the use of ethnographic film in anthropology, and they will consider how professional anthropologists living at different times have used motion pictures to capture aspects of human cultural behavior.  Students will also examine how ethnographic films, documentaries, and popular motion pictures (past and present) have been used to represent people in a variety of cultures.  We will ask33LECWEB6/2/20146/20/201460Neuman,Lisa KEthicsEthnography Through Film

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62056ART270990Digital Art IAn introduction to two-dimensional digital art.  Includes professional 2D and related software, input/output options and image creation and editing.  Emphasizes using the tools for the production of fine art.  (This course is identical to NMD 270.)33LABWEB5/12/20148/22/201418Hurtt,Andrew OArtistic & Creative ExpressionDigital Art I

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60810AST109990Introduction to AstronomyA descriptive survey of astronomy including contemporary views of the universe.  Topics include the solar system, stars, galaxies, black holes, quasars, and cosmology.  May be taken without AST 110. Satisfies the General Education Applications of Scientific Knowledge requirement when taken without AST 110.  Together with AST 110, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201490Batuski,David JIntroduction to Astronomy

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60811AST110990Intro to Astronomy LabLaboratory and observational exercises to accompany AST 109. Together with AST 109, this course satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement.11LABWEB7/7/20148/22/201460Batuski,David JIntro to Astronomy Lab

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60902AVS145990Animal ScienceFundamental principles of the animal sciences, including animal genetics, breeding systems, the physiology of reproduction, animal nutrition, and the physiology of lactation. Satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement. Together with AVS 249, AVS 346, & AVS 349, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.44LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201425Lichtenwalner,Anne BLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesAnimal Science

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60902AVS145990Animal ScienceFundamental principles of the animal sciences, including animal genetics, breeding systems, the physiology of reproduction, animal nutrition, and the physiology of lactation. Satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement. Together with AVS 249, AVS 346, & AVS 349, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.44LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201425Wallace,Charles RLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesAnimal Science

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60829AVS249990Lab & Companion Animal ScienceAn introduction to laboratory and companion animal science.  Species covered include rodents, rabbits, dogs and cats.  Topics include characteristics of each species, welfare, husbandry, uses, diet and health maintenance.  (Offered in spring of even numbered years.) Together with AVS 145, AVS 346, & AVS 349, this course satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.22LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201416Causey,Robert CLab & Companion Animal Science

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60859BIO465990EvolutionThe origin and development of evolutionary theory and the mechanisms which bring about the genetic differentiation of groups of organisms.33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/201420Kornfield,Irving LEvolution

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60792BUA201990Prin of Financial AcctThis is an introduction to the organization, presentation and use of financial accounting information.  Students will understand the elements of the accounting system - assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, expenses and dividends.  Emphasis is on acquiring familiarity with the double-entry system and gaining an understanding of the purposes and uses of the information found within the income statement, balance sheet, statement of stockholder's equity and the statement of cash flows.33LECWEB5/12/20146/6/201470Colburn,Steven CPrin of Financial Acct

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60831BUA400990Introduction to AccountingAn accelerated course, students will understand the elements of the accounting system - assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, expenses and dividends.  Emphasis is on acquiring familiarity with the double-entry system and gaining an understanding of the purposes and uses of the information found within the income statement, balance sheet, statement of stockholder's equity and the statement of cash flows.  It includes concepts of cost, cost systems and budgeting.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201430Barrett,David JIntroduction to Accounting

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62093BUA605990Creating & Cap Value Dig EconRepresents an integration of concepts and principles from the Marketing and Management Information Science disciplines.   The Internet is offering radical new ways of conducting business.  This course presents students with concepts and information-based strategies for capturing and creating value in the new information-based economy by assimilating sound marketing strategies with information systems to create innovative processes and marketing practices.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201440Jones,Nory BCreating & Cap Value Dig Econ

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60848BUA668990Electronic CommercePrepares current and future managers to gain an understanding of how e-commerce and technologies have radically altered the business environment and how to succeed and thrive in this new economy.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201424Jones,Nory BElectronic Commerce

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60815CEC523990Use-Standard Tests/InventConsiders the selection, use and interpretation of commonly-used standardized group achievement and ability tests, interest inventories and non-clinical assessment of personality and other affective attributes.33LECWEB5/12/20146/20/201418Nelligan,Annette FUse-Standard Tests/Invent

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60812CHF201990Intro Child DevelopmentInfluences on human development from conception through middle childhood.  Theoretical perspectives, empirical evaluation and practical implications.33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/201475Howard,Barbara DSocial Contexts & InstitutionsIntro Child Development

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60845CHF351990Human SexualityDiscusses sexuality and its social implications against a background of constantly changing sexual mores, sex role development, alternative conceptualizations of sexuality, and implications for future trends in human interaction.33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/2014100Caron,Sandra LEthics, Social Context & InstitutionsHuman Sexuality

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60844CMJ100990Intro Mass CommunicationIntroduces the structure and operation of mass media and the social, political and economic implications of their activities.33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201496Brophy,Jessica ESocial Contexts & InstitutionsIntro Mass Communication

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62008CMJ236990Journalism Writing and EditingIntensive introduction to news writing and editing, with emphasis on accuracy, style, as well as grammar, spelling and usage.  Students must earn a B or better in CMJ 236 and pass a writing exam to continue taking professional courses in the Journalism Major.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201420Ruhs,Theodora MWriting IntensiveJournalism Writing and Editing

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60857CMJ367990Public RelationsThe study of those activities which help to create public understanding and acceptance of an organization's policies and programs.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201424Smith,HolliePublic Relations

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60794COS103990Intro to SpreadsheetsTopics include design and use of spreadsheets to solve problems using formulas, charts and data functions.  Credit does not count towards the COS major.  This course assumes practical skills with the Windows operating system.11LECWEB6/2/20146/20/201450Roberts,Carol AIntro to Spreadsheets

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62009COS115990Web Design in HTML/XHTML/CSSTeaches the fundamentals of Web page design using HTML/XHTML.  Topics include text formatting, links, images, tables, forms and style sheets.  This course assumes practical skills with the Windows operating system.33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201450Roberts,Carol AWeb Design in HTML/XHTML/CSS

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60820DIS300990Dis:Interact Hum Div Glob EnvDesigned to introduce the student to disability as an element of human diversity that has a significant reciprocal relationship with the environment. We begin by discussing prevalence and incidence of disability across the globe, examine the historical changes in concepts of disability over time, and then study disability as a human phenomenon which both emerges from and influences biological, economic, physical, social, political, spiritual, cultural, technological and virtual environments.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201415Depoy,ElizabethCultural Div & Intl Perspect,Population & EnvironDis:Interact Hum Div Glob Env

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60895DIS500990Contemp Disability TheoryCritically examines historical and contemporary context of disability and analyzes the emergence of disability as a contemporary category of human diversity.  Identification and analysis of the political, social, economic, intellectual, and technological trends relevant to disability rights.  Analyzes universal principles as the next paradigmatic framework for the promotion of socially just community responses to diversity and difference.33SEMWEB5/12/20148/22/201415Gilson,Stephen FContemp Disability Theory

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60827DIS530990Disability PolicyAnalyze the historical context of current disability policy.  Critically examine the major federal legislative policies that guide disability responses.  Apply, compare, and contrast multiple models of policy analysis to the examination of policy and identification of needed policy change and policy advocacy.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201415Gilson,Stephen FDisability Policy

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60846DIS550990Rsch Sem in Disability StudiesProvides the opportunity to apply knowledge and skill of design and methods to inquiry related to disability, diversity and universal principles.  Examination of current literature and scholarship and formulation of research questions and methods to address disability, diversity and related inquiry.33INDWEB5/12/20148/22/201412Depoy,ElizabethRsch Sem in Disability Studies

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60840ECO120990Principles of MicroeconomicsPrinciples of microeconomics and their application to economic issues and problems.  Analysis of the economic decision-making of individuals and firms; markets and pricing; monopoly power; income distribution; the role of government intervention in markets.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/2014140Hoshide,Aaron KinyuSocial Contexts & InstitutionsPrinciples of Microeconomics

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60849ECO190990World Food Supply, Pop & EnvirReviews current global resources focusing primarily upon food production and population, and environmental problems relating to food production and distribution.  World trade and world trade policy are considered with primary emphasis on food.  Other topics include world trade liberalization, genetically modified foods and comparative agricultural systems.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/2014140Hoshide,Aaron KinyuSocial Cont & Inst, Population & the EnvironmentWorld Food Supply, Pop & Envir

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60826EDT520990Methods of Teach Computer TechProvides practical and understandable information about integrating technology in K-12 classrooms.  Examines tool applications (WD, DB, SS and Telecommunications), multimedia and categories of software.  Explores ways these support learning.33LECWEB5/12/20147/11/201416Baack,Jason KMethods of Teach Computer Tech

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60852EDT545990Info Security K-12 EnvironCovers privacy and security in the educational environment from several perspectives:  legal issues, social and ethical concerns, standards and policy development.33LECWEB6/16/20148/8/201416Baack,Jason KInfo Security K-12 Environ

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60839EDT550990Video Communication 21st CentExamines roles of video in education and the technology behind video as an information medium.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201416Baack,Jason KVideo Communication 21st Cent

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62130EDT598990Spec Top Instructional Tech:  Math/Computers in Elem SchoolConcentrated study of designated topics in instructional technology. Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest. May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB6/2/20147/25/201420Johns,Laura MSpec Top Instructional Tech

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63984EDU590990Topics in Education:  Classroom ManagementConcentrated study of designated topics in education.  Topics may vary depending on faculty and student interest.  May be repeated for credit.  Some sections may have prerequisites beyond the following.33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201420Artesani,A JamesTopics in Education

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62191EDW462990Wrkshp Elementary Educ:  Classroom MgtDesigned to increase the competence of the elementary school teacher, supervisor, curriculum director, administrator, and other school personnel.  Considers literature, research and materials concerned with a special aspect of elementary education.33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201420Artesani,A JamesWrkshp Elementary Educ

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63985EDW472990Wrkshp Secondary Educ:  Classroom ManagementDesigned to increase competence of the teacher, administrator, and other school personnel.  Considers literature, research and materials concerned with a special aspect of secondary education.33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201420Artesani,A JamesWrkshp Secondary Educ

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60850EET386990Project ManagementCovers the basics with particular emphasis on Technical Project Management.  Includes designing a project plan, selecting and allocating resources, team-building skills, project plan implementation, and other topics relevant to Project Management.  Focuses on developing the skills needed to effectively manage a variety of technical projects, and to prepare students for certification as Project Management Professionals (PMP).33LEC9:00 AM12:15 PMMTWThWEB5/12/20148/22/201440Pearse,Judith EllenProject Management

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60862ENG205990Intro to Creative WritingOffers students experience in writing in three major forms: autobiographical narrative, fiction, and poetry.33LECWEB7/14/20148/22/201421Garfield,Henry AArtistic & Creative Expression, Writing IntensiveIntro to Creative Writing

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62015ENG212990Persuasive & Analytical WritDesigned for students wanting practice in those forms of expository, analytical, and persuasive prose required in writing answers to essay test questions, term papers, research projects, and extended arguments.33LECWEB6/16/20148/8/201421Marks,Alan PWriting IntensivePersuasive & Analytical Writ

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60823ENG229990Topics in Literature:  Apocalyptic LiteratureSubject matter varies with faculty interest.  Previous topics have included: scandalous women, detective fiction, vampires in literature, dark humor in literature, and literature of the Vietnam war.  May be repeated for credit.33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201424Marks,Alan PTopics in Literature

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62019ENG244990Writers of MaineAn exploration of the varied nature of the Maine experience as exemplified by writers of fiction, poetry, essays, and other creative genres.33LECWEB7/14/20148/22/201430Hakola,JudithEthics,West Cult Trad,Art & Creat ExpressionWriters of Maine

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60801ENG245990American Short FictionA study of genre, form, and theme in representative works of American short fiction from Irving to the present.33LECWEB5/12/20146/20/201450Callaway,Murray TEthics,West Cult Trad,Art & Creat ExpressionAmerican Short Fiction

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60790ERS103990Dynamic EarthExplores how Earth's dynamic processes interact with humans by evaluating: the interplay between Earth's interior, hydrosphere, biosphere and atmosphere; the effects and underlying causes of natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tidal waves and global warming; Earth's economic and energy resources how they form and how long they will lasts; and the global environment and how best to interact with it.33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/2014100Johnson,Scott EAppl Scientific Knowlege, Population & EnvironmentDynamic Earth

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60874ERS191990Energy in the Earth SystemExplores the Earth Science concepts that underlie energy, energy sources, distribution, and flow.  We will consider the ways in which society interacts with and extracts energy from the Earth System, the climate and environmental implications of energy use, and gain an understanding of renewable and non-renewable energy sources.33LECWEB6/2/20146/20/201450Kreutz,Karl JacobAppl Scientific Knowlege, Population & EnvironmentEnergy in the Earth System

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60833FRE490990Advanced Topics in French:  Lit, Music & Culture So FranceAdvanced Topics in French and French-Canadian literature  or linguistics may include: contemporary cinema, surrealism, contemporary French thought, modern French critical theory, linguistics, sociolinguistics, semiotics, symbolism, literature of commitment, images of women, women writers.  Topics vary.  May be repeated for credit.33LECWEB6/30/20148/1/201435Erickson,Nancy KCultural Diversity & International PerspectivesAdvanced Topics in French

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60832FRE598990Projects in French II:  Lit, Music & Cult So FranceProject in French33LECWEB6/30/20148/1/201435Erickson,Nancy KProjects in French II

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62076FSN101990Intro to Food & NutritionA survey of food and nutrition principles, including the influence of food patterns on health and physical performance; description of a balanced diet; study of the nutrients, interrelationships, sources, effects of processing and storage, food safety, fads, controversies.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201475Klimis,Dorothy JApplications of Scientific KnowledgeIntro to Food & Nutrition

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60793FSN230990Nutritional/Med TerminologyFundamentals of vocabulary for nutritionists and other health professionals.  Web-based.11LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201490Camire,Mary ENutritional/Med Terminology

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60789FSN270990World Food & NutritionInvestigation of the adequacy of world food supplies, and of the contributions to malnutrition made by poverty, government policies, and population growth.33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/201470Cook,Richard ACultural Div & Intl Perspect,Population & EnvironWorld Food & Nutrition

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62077FSN508990Nutrition and AgingRoles of nutrients, foods and supplements in maintaining health during aging.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201440Camire,Mary ENutrition and Aging

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62078FSN514990Prin Thermal ProcessingPrinciples of processing of low-acid canned foods and acidified foods, including an understanding of thermal process schedules, types of processing equipment, sanitation and spoilage of thermally processed foods.11LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201440Camire,Mary EPrin Thermal Processing

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62075GRN502990Inter Care Older Adults DivBest practice strategies for professionals who work with older adults and caregivers in a variety of settings will be presented.  Through study of the health-illness trajectory and transitions in care-settings of older adults who develop chronic and acute health problems, students will gain knowledge and skill in performing assessments and in developing comprehensive interprofessional case management approaches to meet the needs of older adults and their caregivers.  Diversity and complexity of33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201410Fishwick,Nancy JInter Care Older Adults Div

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60819HTY105990Hty European Civilization IPolitical, economic, social, and intellectual developments in Europe from antiquity to 1715, emphasizing those features which help to explain our present-day civilization.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201460Barton,Paulette EWest Cult Trad,Social Context & InstitutionsHty European Civilization I

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60842HTY106990Hty European Civilization IIPolitical, economic, social, and intellectual developments in Europe from 1715 to the present, emphasizing those features which help to explain our present-day civilization.33LECWEB7/7/20148/8/201460Barton,Paulette EWest Cult Trad,Social Context & InstitutionsHty European Civilization II

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62033HTY112990Intro to AfricaA survey of Africa's social, economic and political history from 1800 to the present.  Emphasis on African and European interaction, pan-Africanist currents, and the national histories of Nigeria, South Africa, Congo and Ghana.33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/201440Miller,StephenSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectIntro to Africa

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60858HTY210990History of MaineA survey of Maine's social, economic, and political life, from primitive times to the present.  After a brief study of Native American life preceding white settlement, the periods of colonial, provincial, and state history are covered.33LECWEB6/16/20148/8/201415Pickard,JenniferWest Cult Trad,Social Context & InstitutionsHistory of Maine

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60872HUD521990Science as Inquiry: TYCThis course applies developmental theory to the construction of curriculum and methods in early childhood science education.33SEMWEB5/12/20146/20/201425Logue,Mary EllinScience as Inquiry: TYC

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60834IMD650990Field Study and ResearchGeneral or topical course for credit that can be used for work in another field or study abroad when no other credit options are available.  This can cover work in a professional area or field, internships, study at another approved institution for which credits are not available through other means, or other such work for the Field Research requirement of the MFA degree.16FEX6/2/20148/22/20146Smith,Owen FField Study and Research

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60893LIB500990Grd Sem in Liberal Studies:  Revr for Life-Peace/Recncl/ComInterdisciplinary exploration of selected topics both within and across the areas of humanities, social sciences and the nature sciences.  Topic varies from semester to semester.  May be taken more than once for credit if topic varies.33SEMWEB7/7/20148/22/201410Passman,KristinaGrd Sem in Liberal Studies

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60915MAT111990Algebra for College MathThis course covers the basic topics in algebra needed to enter a mathematics course at the precalculus level. The covered topics include a brief review of the real number system (including absolute value, exponents, roots, and radicals), linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, graphs, functions (primarily linear and other polynomial), factoring, rational and radical expressions.  Optional topics include systems of equations, variation, exponential and logarithmic functions.  Note33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201460Del Vecchio,Tandy LAlgebra for College Math

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60861MAT115990App Math for Bus & EconTopics in discrete mathematics, finite mathematics, and calculus with applications to business and economics.  Topics include linear functions and regressions, the mathematics of finance, probability, and differential calculus.33LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201460MathematicsApp Math for Bus & Econ

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60798MAT122990Pre-CalculusDesigned as a transitional course between high school algebra and college mathematics, particularly calculus.  Topics include a detailed study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, stressing ideas needed by those who will take calculus.44LECWEB5/12/20147/3/201460Zoroya,Todd WMathematicsPre-Calculus

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60799MAT126990Calculus IAn introduction to calculus for students in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences.  Covers the differential calculus of the algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, concluding with the definite integral and the fundamental theorem of calculus.  The approach is intuitive and geometric, with emphasis on understanding the basic concepts of function, limit, derivative and integral.44LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201470Tyne,Jennifer GMathematicsCalculus I

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60800MAT127990Calculus IICompletes the study of single-variable calculus.  Topics covered include inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, methods of integration, improper integrals, indeterminate forms, parametric equations, polar coordinates and infinite series.44LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201460Bradley,David MMathematicsCalculus II

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60822MAT232990Prin Statistical InferenceIntended for students who will use statistics as an aid to the comprehension of quantitative work done by others and for students who will follow this course by an intermediate level applied statistics course.  An introduction to the language and methods of statistical analysis, probability, graphic and numeric descriptive methods and inference from sample data. Two years of high school algebra are required.  Note: because of overlap, MAT 232 and MAT 215 cannot both be taken for degree credit.)33LECWEB5/12/20146/27/201460Tyne,Jennifer GMathematicsPrin Statistical Inference

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60821MAT258990Int Diff Equa W/Linear AlgAn introduction to elementary linear algebra and ordinary differential equations including applications. Note: Because of overlap, MAT 258 and MAT 259 cannot both be taken for degree credit.  (Not open to students who have already taken MAT 262 or MAT 259.)44LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201460Bradley,David MInt Diff Equa W/Linear Alg

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60817MES101990Introduction to Maine StudiesAn interdisciplinary approach to the study of Maine through sources in history, literature, political science, Native American studies, Franco American studies, and other fields.  The unifying theme is the significance of locality in understanding the interaction between the landscape and the people.  How does the Maine landscape shape people's choices?  How do the people use the state's landscape and resources?  How do social, demographic, cultural, and environmental factors shape this relation33LECWEB6/30/20148/8/201425Gee,Robert LaurencePopulation & the Environment, Writing IntensiveIntroduction to Maine Studies

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60891MES201990The Maine CoastProvides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the culture and environment of the Maine coast.  Uses sources in art, history, literature, economics, Native American studies, African American studies, and other fields.  The unifying theme is the significance of locality in understanding the interaction between the Maine coast and the people.  How has the coastal topography shaped human activity there?  How have artists and writers helped constuct the Maine coast in the popular imagination33LECWEB5/19/20146/27/201425Pickard,JenniferSocial Cont & Inst/Pop & Environ/Writing IntensiveThe Maine Coast

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62099MES498990Adv Topics in Maine Studies:  Maine Politics & Public PolicyAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of Maine Studies topics.  May be taken more than once if the topics differ.  (This course is identical to MES 498.)33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/20145Ball,Carolyn SAdv Topics in Maine Studies

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62099MES498990Adv Topics in Maine Studies:  Maine Politics & Public PolicyAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of Maine Studies topics.  May be taken more than once if the topics differ.  (This course is identical to MES 498.)33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/20145Brewer,Mark DAdv Topics in Maine Studies

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62099MES498990Adv Topics in Maine Studies:  Maine Politics & Public PolicyAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of Maine Studies topics.  May be taken more than once if the topics differ.  (This course is identical to MES 498.)33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/20145Palmer,Kenneth TAdv Topics in Maine Studies

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60892MES520990Adv Topics in Maine Studies:  History of MaineAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of Maine Studies topics.  May be taken more than once if the topics differ.  (This course is identical to MES 498.)33LECWEB6/16/20148/8/201410Pickard,JenniferAdv Topics in Maine Studies

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62098MES530990Maine Politics & Public PolicyExamines contemporary issues confronting the State of Maine and the politics that surround such issues.  Particular attention is given to Maine's role in national affairs, its unique political environment, political parties and elections, the dynamics of the legislative, executive and judicial branches, the structure and operation of local governmental institutions, including regional governance, and the formulation and administration of state and local politics, including taxing and spending po33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201410Ball,Carolyn SMaine Politics & Public Policy

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62098MES530990Maine Politics & Public PolicyExamines contemporary issues confronting the State of Maine and the politics that surround such issues.  Particular attention is given to Maine's role in national affairs, its unique political environment, political parties and elections, the dynamics of the legislative, executive and judicial branches, the structure and operation of local governmental institutions, including regional governance, and the formulation and administration of state and local politics, including taxing and spending po33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201410Brewer,Mark DMaine Politics & Public Policy

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62098MES530990Maine Politics & Public PolicyExamines contemporary issues confronting the State of Maine and the politics that surround such issues.  Particular attention is given to Maine's role in national affairs, its unique political environment, political parties and elections, the dynamics of the legislative, executive and judicial branches, the structure and operation of local governmental institutions, including regional governance, and the formulation and administration of state and local politics, including taxing and spending po33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201410Palmer,Kenneth TMaine Politics & Public Policy

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62315MUE630990Contemporary Music EducationInvestigates the historical and philosophical foundations of music education in relation to contemporary music curricula, teaching techniques and materials.  Examines areas of concern for music education and their implications for present and future directions.33LECWEB7/7/20148/8/201420Artesani,LauraContemporary Music Education

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60809MUL101990Art of Listen Mus:ElementsDesigned for the student with no previous experience in music.  Provides a working vocabulary of terms and listening experiences intended to expand the basic understanding of the art form.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/2014100Wieck,AnatoleArtistic & Creative ExpressionArt of Listen Mus:Elements

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64040MUL150990Rock'n Roll & 20th Cent MusicDesigned for students with no previous experience in music.  Studies the precursors of Rock'n Roll such as ragtime, jazz, country and blues.  Discusses how this music reflected and changed American and world cultures.  Also examines other music that branched our of western music in the late twentieth century.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/2014100Wieck,AnatoleArtistic & Creative ExpressionRock'n Roll & 20th Cent Music

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60870MUY101990Fundamentals of MusicAn elemental study of the dimensions and basic characteristics of musical sounds, with primary emphasis upon the development of skills and concepts through creating, performing and analysis.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201450Wubbenhorst,Thomas MArtistic & Creative ExpressionFundamentals of Music

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60841NAS101990Intro Native American StdIntroduces the interdisciplinary perspective of Native American Studies.  Examines the experience of Native Americans, past and present, focusing on diverse and distinct cultural areas and historical events.  Explores Native Americans' integral part in the development of the Americas and the European impact on traditional Native societies, historically and currently.33LECWEB5/19/20147/3/201475Gkisedtanamoogk,MrSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectIntro Native American Std

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60878NAS102990Intro Wabanaki Cult/Hist/IssExamines the world view, way of life, history, art, literature and contemporary issues of the Native nations that make up the Wabanaki Confederacy.  The culture, philosophy and creation stories of the individual tribes, including the Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet and Micmac tribes are explored.  In addition, concepts such as sovereignty, treaty rights and tribal government are discussed.  NAS 101 is recommended.33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/201450Smith,Maureen ESocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectIntro Wabanaki Cult/Hist/Iss

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62073NUR505990Nursing ResearchExplore inductive and deductive approaches to generating research emphasizing internal and external validity.  Students will review and critique nursing studies and carry out an analysis project.33RSGWEB5/12/20146/20/201420Poirier,Patricia ANursing Research

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62073NUR505990Nursing ResearchExplore inductive and deductive approaches to generating research emphasizing internal and external validity.  Students will review and critique nursing studies and carry out an analysis project.33RSGWEB5/12/20146/20/201420Sossong,Ann E RosebushNursing Research

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60423NUR521990Nurse Prac Gyn/Repro Care WomFocuses on the nurse practitioner's clinical assessment and management of the female clients' gynecologic, reproductive and sexual health.  The lecture portion of this course covers didactic content, with over 50% delivered online.  The clinical portion of this course includes 150 hours of practicum caring for obstetrical and gynecological patients in a primary care setting.22LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201410Nurse Prac Gyn/Repro Care Wom

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62096PAX201990Intro to Peace & Recon StudiesIntroduces students to various concepts in the field of Peace and Reconciliation Studies.  Topics include forms of violence and their relationship to social structure and cultural practices; global militarization and environmental destruction and their impact on human needs; and peace-making and conflict resolution at both micro and macro levels.33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201430Thibodeau,Yvonne MSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectIntro to Peace & Recon Studies

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60805PAX250990Peace & Pop CultureIncorporates case studies and creative expression by active artist-peace builders working in different media throughout the World.  Students will investigate the sources, causes, processes and products that reside at the intersection of peace and popular culture.  Students will interpret, analyze and evaluate examples from art, music, theater, dance, poetry, literature, museums, gardens, trails, film, television, magazine, cartoon, radio, Internet, video game, and comic book publishing industrie33LECWEB5/12/20145/30/201440Toner,James FSoc Cont & Inst, Artc & Creative Exp, Writ IntsPeace & Pop Culture

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62097PAX290990Nonviolence: Percep & PerspectNonviolence is a cornerstone of Peace and Reconciliation Studies, and a thorough understanding of the history, theory, and practice of the ideas and ethics relating to nonviolence is essential.  This interdisciplinary course investigates the development of theories of nonviolence and philosophical, cultural, and religious perspectives on nonviolence.  Examples of the practice of nonviolence from across the globe are highlighted, and the skills and tools necessary for the ethical practice of nonv33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201430Curran,Hugh JEthics, Cultural Div & Intl PerspectNonviolence: Percep & Perspect

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60894PAX495990Adv Top Peace & Recon  Studies:  Revr for Life-Peace/Recncl/ComAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of topics such as "Peace Education," "Conflict Resolution in the Schools," "Diversity Education," etc.  May be repeated for credit.33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/20145Passman,KristinaAdv Top Peace & Recon  Studies

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60851PAX598990Independent Graduate Study:  Revr for Life-Peace/Recncl/ComAdvanced research and writing projects in Peace and Reconciliation Studies.  May be repeated for credit.33INDWEB7/7/20148/22/201410Passman,KristinaIndependent Graduate Study

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62317PHI100990Contemporary Moral ProblemsExamines a variety of moral problems causing controversy in contemporary society.  Focuses on evaluating arguments for and against competing solutions to these problems.  Also discusses different philosophical strategies for thinking about moral obligations and relationships.  Topics surveyed may include: abortion, affirmative action, euthanasia, feminism, the environment, capital punishment, welfare and aid to the needy, technology, war and racism, among others.33LECWEB6/9/20146/27/201440Miller,Jessica PEthics, West Cult Trad, Social Context & InstitContemporary Moral Problems

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60806POS100990American GovernmentIntroduces the major principles, structures, processes and policies of United States government.  Covers the Constitution and its development, civil liberties, federalism, the role of political parties and interest groups, and the nature of the presidency, the bureaucracy, the Congress and the national courts.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/2014100Powell,Richard JSocial Contexts & InstitutionsAmerican Government

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60853POS201990Intro to Political TheoryAn introduction to the fundamental questions of political philosophy--what is justice? How ought we to live our lives? What is the best regime?--through detailed study of a few central books in the history of political thought, such as Plato's Republic and Machiavelli's Prince.33LECWEB6/2/20146/20/201440Glover,Robert WEthics, Western Cultural TraditionIntro to Political Theory

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60807POS241990Intro Comparative PoliticsProvides an introduction to the major themes of comparative politics, including: comparative political legacies, processes of modernization, comparative governmental institutions, modern political parties and interest groups, comparative policymaking processes, and problems of establishing and maintaining democratic government.33LECWEB7/7/20147/25/201480Cody,Howard HSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectIntro Comparative Politics

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62035POS348990Politics of Sport in AmericaThe primary purpose of POS 348 is to engage students in a substantive, detailed, and critical examination of the intersection of sport and American society through the lens of political science.  Sports and American politics and government are closely connected in myriad ways.33SEMWEB5/12/20145/30/201450Brewer,Mark DSocial Contexts & InstitutionsPolitics of Sport in America

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60854POS368990ChinaExamines contemporary China; its recent history, political system, economic and social development, and China's relations with its Asian neighbors and the United States.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201440Powell,Richard JSocial Context & Inst,Cultural Div & Intl PerspectChina

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62036POS381990Political Parties & ElectionsAnalyzes the development of, and current theories regarding, political parties and elections in American politics.  Topics include theories of party realignment, voting behavior, party composition and behavior, and the relationship between parties, elections and democracy.  Covers both presidential and congressional elections.33LECWEB6/16/20147/3/201450Brewer,Mark DSocial Contexts & InstitutionsPolitical Parties & Elections

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62040PSY100990General PsychologyLecture on and discussions of basic psychological processes, including learning, perception, motivation and emotion, higher mental processes, individual differences, personality and additional selected topics.33LECWEB7/14/20148/22/201430LaBouff,Jordan PSocial Contexts & InstitutionsGeneral Psychology

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60864SED500990Adapt Instr-Stdnt w/DisabilityProvides an overview of the philosophies, legislation and litigation, and methods that serve as the foundation of special education services.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201420Jackson,Diane WAdapt Instr-Stdnt w/Disability

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62140SED551990Curr & Instruct Spec EducationA consideration of educational principles and practices essential to the development of effective instructional strategies for students with mild to moderate disabilities.33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/201415Jackson,Diane WCurr & Instruct Spec Education

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60904SED563990Pos Beh Sup Studs w/ASDProvides training in behavioral assessment, support, and intervention for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Emphasizes evidence-based practices including functional behavioral assessment and communication training, social skills instruction, self-management, and antecedent and broader environmental interventions.33LECWEB6/1/20147/31/201420Artesani,A JamesPos Beh Sup Studs w/ASD

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60904SED563990Pos Beh Sup Studs w/ASDProvides training in behavioral assessment, support, and intervention for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Emphasizes evidence-based practices including functional behavioral assessment and communication training, social skills instruction, self-management, and antecedent and broader environmental interventions.33LECWEB6/1/20147/31/201420Treworgy,Jamie LynnPos Beh Sup Studs w/ASD

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62141SED564990Uni Des for Learn PK-12 ClassThis course will acquaint PreK-12 educators with principles, theories, research, and policies related to Universal Design for Learning (UDL).  The course will examine the historical roots and policies related to UDL, neuropsychological and sociological theories driving UDL, core components of UDL, application of UDL within various content areas (e.g., reading, mathematics, social studies, science), and systems issues related to meeting the diverse needs of students.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201415Rooks,Deborah LUni Des for Learn PK-12 Class

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62190SED583990Response to Intervention IIIBased on the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports model, addresses effective implementation of tier III behavioral systems and practices.  Focus on comprehensive, multi-component behavioral interventions, outcome data tools, and fidelity measures for individual students who require intensive behavioral support and interventions beyond Tier I and II to succeed in school settings.33LECWEB5/12/20146/30/201420Artesani,A JamesResponse to Intervention III

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60869SEI501990Div of Devel Inf & Early ChildFocuses on understanding the developmental patterns of all infants and young children, including those children who are at-risk or have disabling conditions.  The impact of developmental challenges on the infant's and young child's emerging capacities for engagement in relationships and learning is explored.  The importance of the interaction of social, cultural, and interpersonal factors are stressed throughout.  A major goal of the course is for students to gain a working knowledge of developm33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201420Rooks,Deborah LDiv of Devel Inf & Early Child

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60824SWK380990Biol Person & the EnvironmentThe biological person as viewed from a biopsychosocial-spiritual model requires that social workers develop an appreciation and understanding of the reciprocal impact of behavior and biology on one another.  For social workers, understanding the biological systems means closely examining the human body and all of the intricate, interdependent systems and their actions that are necessary to maintain life.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201430Webster,NancyBiol Person & the Environment

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60804THE111990Intro to TheatreA basic appreciation course for the general student as well as prospective theatre majors that explores the process of theatrical expression throughout history and its relationship to culture.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/2014100Mikotowicz,Thomas JArtistic & Creative ExpressionIntro to Theatre

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62100UST100990Intro Bach Univ StudiesIntroduces the student to the nature of higher education as a learning community.  Particular emphasis given to academic resources, the learning process, academic skills, developmental advising and career counseling.  Students participate in extensive reading and writing assignments relevant to their college transition and degree goals.11LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201425Brophy,James PatrickIntro Bach Univ Studies

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60835UST300990Core Course in Univ StudiesProvides understanding and insight into skills in critical thinking, analysis, and writing across disciplines.  Emphasis on research analysis and integrative thinking. Satisfies the General Education Writing Intensive Requirement.33SEMWEB5/19/20147/3/201425Brophy,James PatrickWriting IntensiveCore Course in Univ Studies

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60907WGS101990Wmn Gender & Sexuality StudiesAn introduction to Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and to its perspectives.  The course will use interdisciplinary perspectives to begin to examine the categories of gender and sexuality, grounded in Women's Studies, as they intersect with race, ethnicity, class, nationality, dis/ability and other sites of social inequality.33LECWEB7/14/20148/22/201433White,RebeccaEthics, Social Context & Inst, Cultural Div & InstWmn Gender & Sexuality Studies

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62309WGS301990Top Wmn, Gndr & Sex Studies:  Gender & History of PsychiatryAn interdisciplinary, intermediate level study of topics such as "Women and the Legal System"  or "Gender and the History of Psychiatry". May be taken more then once if the topics differ.33LECWEB6/30/20147/18/201424Okin,MaryTop Wmn, Gndr & Sex Studies

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60909WGS360990Feminism & CinemaSurveys the involvement of women in cinema by looking at representations of women as well as representations by women.  Introduces students to major developments in feminist film theory since its emergence in the 1970's.33LECWEB7/14/20148/22/201425Woodard,Jennie MaeCultural Div & Intl Persp, Art & Creative ExpressFeminism & Cinema

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60911WGS401990Adv Top Wmn, Gndr, Sex Studies:  Rever for Life, Peace, ReconcThis course explores the nature of women's sexualities from a developmental perspective, with the intent of enhancing students' understanding of how women's sexuality is shaped, changed, and expressed throughout life: childhood and adolescence; young adulthood; and middle adulthood and later life.  Moving beyond the traditional focus on sexual functioning, this course emphasizes the complex interaction of psychological, social, cultural, and biological influences on the creation of sexual meanin33LECWEB7/7/20148/22/201412Passman,KristinaWomen's Sexuality

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62310WGS501990Grad Top Wmn's, Gndr & Sex:  Gender & History of PsychiatryA graduate-level interdisciplinary study of topics such as "Women's Health", "Hegemonic Masculinity" or "Multicultural Issues in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies"33LECWEB6/30/20147/18/201412Okin,MaryGrad Top Wmn's, Gndr & Sex

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60813CHF201991Intro Child DevelopmentInfluences on human development from conception through middle childhood.  Theoretical perspectives, empirical evaluation and practical implications.33LECWEB8/4/20148/22/201475Howard,Barbara DSocial Contexts & InstitutionsIntro Child Development

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60814CHF351991Human SexualityDiscusses sexuality and its social implications against a background of constantly changing sexual mores, sex role development, alternative conceptualizations of sexuality, and implications for future trends in human interaction.33LECWEB7/5/20147/25/2014100Caron,Sandra LEthics, Social Context & InstitutionsHuman Sexuality

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61988CMJ367991Public RelationsThe study of those activities which help to create public understanding and acceptance of an organization's policies and programs.33LECWEB7/7/20148/8/201424Suldovsky,Brianne MariePublic Relations

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60847DIS550991Rsch Sem in Disability StudiesProvides the opportunity to apply knowledge and skill of design and methods to inquiry related to disability, diversity and universal principles.  Examination of current literature and scholarship and formulation of research questions and methods to address disability, diversity and related inquiry.33INDWEB5/12/20148/22/201412Depoy,ElizabethRsch Sem in Disability Studies

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60863ENG205991Intro to Creative WritingOffers students experience in writing in three major forms: autobiographical narrative, fiction, and poetry.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201421Hildebrandt,Leonore SArtistic & Creative Expression, Writing IntensiveIntro to Creative Writing

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60887ENG229991Topics in Literature:  Murder, Mysteries & DetectivesSubject matter varies with faculty interest.  Previous topics have included: scandalous women, detective fiction, vampires in literature, dark humor in literature, and literature of the Vietnam war.  May be repeated for credit.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201425Le,AudreyTopics in Literature

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60796ENG317991Business & Technical WritingSupervised practice in the writing of business and technical reports, professional correspondence, and related materials.33LECWEB5/12/20146/20/201421Callaway,Murray TWriting IntensiveBusiness & Technical Writing

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60901MES520991Adv Topics in Maine Studies:  Recorded Interview Tech & MethAn advanced, interdisciplinary study of Maine Studies topics.  May be taken more than once if the topics differ.  (This course is identical to MES 498.)33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201410Macdougall,Pauleena MAdv Topics in Maine Studies

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62101UST100991Intro Bach Univ StudiesIntroduces the student to the nature of higher education as a learning community.  Particular emphasis given to academic resources, the learning process, academic skills, developmental advising and career counseling.  Students participate in extensive reading and writing assignments relevant to their college transition and degree goals.11LECWEB7/7/20148/8/201425Brophy,James PatrickIntro Bach Univ Studies

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62308WGS101991Wmn Gender & Sexuality StudiesAn introduction to Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and to its perspectives.  The course will use interdisciplinary perspectives to begin to examine the categories of gender and sexuality, grounded in Women's Studies, as they intersect with race, ethnicity, class, nationality, dis/ability and other sites of social inequality.33LECWEB6/2/20147/3/201433Okin,MaryEthics, Social Context & Inst, Cultural Div & InstWmn Gender & Sexuality Studies

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62306EDS521994Statistical Meth Educ IIntroduction to descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to education and human behavior.  Emphasis on parametric statistics.33LEC6/2/20147/24/201415Pratt,Phillip AStatistical Meth Educ I

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60803PSY224994Psychology of AdolescenceA study of adolescent development in the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social spheres.  Adolescent personality and problems of adjustment considered in relation to the family, the school and the community, and the world of work.  Covers delinquency and abnormality in adolescents.33LECWEB5/19/20147/3/201450Erdley,CynthiaPsychology of Adolescence

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60885PSY361994Sensation & PerceptionPrinciples and theories of the ways we make contact with our environment by seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling.  Psychophysics is covered.33LECWEB5/19/20147/3/201450Fixaris,Michael CharlesSensation & Perception

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60802SVT325999Surveying/Engineering EthicsIntroduces students to ethics theory, general concepts and principles pertaining to ethics and handling ethical situations in practice.  Throughout the course, students will be presented with a combination of practical exercises, explanation and discussion narratives.11LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201450Brown,Carlton ArthurEthicsSurveying/Engineering Ethics

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60164BIO1001001Basic BiologyAn introduction to the following fundamental topics in biology: the structure and function of cells, the molecular basis and mechanisms of genetic inheritance, concepts in evolution, mechanisms of metabolism, and ecology.  Open to students in all colleges, but limited to students in programs requiring this course or intending to take additional biology courses.LAB11:00 AM1:00 PMTThM1036/2/20147/3/201418Basic Biology

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60167BIO2081001Anatomy & PhysiologyAn intermediate lecture and laboratory course on the structure of the human body and how it works.44LAB1:10 PM4:00 PMMWM3046/2/20147/3/201420Atkins,Lynn AnnLab in the Basic or Applied SciencesAnatomy & Physiology

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60026ERS1011001Intro to GeologyA study of earth materials and processes, including their impact on humans.  Topics include mineralogy, formation of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, geologic time, weathering and soil formation, glaciation, deserts and desertification, coastlines, earthquakes and seismology, and evolution of mountain belts and plate tectonics.  Laboratory work includes the study of rocks, minerals, topographic maps and aerial photographs in preparation for a one-day field trip to Acadia National ParkLAB6/9/20146/27/201415Lux,Daniel RIntro to Geology

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60170PHY1111001General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.LAB12:30 PM2:20 PMMWB3106/2/20147/11/201416General Physics I

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60181PHY1121001General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.LAB12:30 PM2:20 PMMWB3107/14/20148/22/201416General Physics II

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60176PHY1211001Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.LAB10:30 AM12:20 PMMWB3106/2/20147/11/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60185PHY1221001Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.LAB10:30 AM12:20 PMTThB3107/14/20148/22/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60165BIO1001002Basic BiologyAn introduction to the following fundamental topics in biology: the structure and function of cells, the molecular basis and mechanisms of genetic inheritance, concepts in evolution, mechanisms of metabolism, and ecology.  Open to students in all colleges, but limited to students in programs requiring this course or intending to take additional biology courses.LAB1:10 PM3:10 PMTThM1036/2/20147/3/201418Basic Biology

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60730BIO2081002Anatomy & PhysiologyAn intermediate lecture and laboratory course on the structure of the human body and how it works.LAB1:10 PM4:00 PMTThM3046/2/20147/3/201420Atkins,Lynn AnnAnatomy & Physiology

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60171PHY1111002General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.LAB12:30 PM2:20 PMTThB3106/2/20147/11/201416General Physics I

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62059PHY1121002General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.LAB12:30 PM2:20 PMTThB3107/14/20148/22/201416General Physics II

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62061PHY1211002Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.LAB2:30 PM4:20 PMMWB3106/2/20147/11/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60186PHY1221002Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.LAB2:30 PM4:20 PMTThB3107/14/20148/22/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60540PHY1211003Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.LAB10:30 AM12:20 PMTThB3106/2/20147/11/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci I

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62062PHY1221003Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.LAB10:30 AM12:20 PMMWB3107/14/20148/22/201416Phy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60009BIO1001665Basic BiologyAn introduction to the following fundamental topics in biology: the structure and function of cells, the molecular basis and mechanisms of genetic inheritance, concepts in evolution, mechanisms of metabolism, and ecology.  Open to students in all colleges, but limited to students in programs requiring this course or intending to take additional biology courses.LAB5:00 PM9:00 PMThFHC6/2/20147/3/201416Jones,Gaylen LBasic Biology

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60682AVS1451990Animal ScienceFundamental principles of the animal sciences, including animal genetics, breeding systems, the physiology of reproduction, animal nutrition, and the physiology of lactation. Satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement. Together with AVS 249, AVS 346, & AVS 349, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.LAB1:00 PM5:00 PMMWC5/12/20148/22/201425Lichtenwalner,Anne BAnimal Science

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60682AVS1451990Animal ScienceFundamental principles of the animal sciences, including animal genetics, breeding systems, the physiology of reproduction, animal nutrition, and the physiology of lactation. Satisfies the General Education Lab in the Basic or Applied Sciences requirement. Together with AVS 249, AVS 346, & AVS 349, this course also satisfies the General Education Ethics requirement.LAB1:00 PM5:00 PMMWC5/12/20148/22/201425Wallace,Charles RAnimal Science

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60444NUR5211990Nurse Prac Gyn/Repro Care WomFocuses on the nurse practitioner's clinical assessment and management of the female clients' gynecologic, reproductive and sexual health.  The lecture portion of this course covers didactic content, with over 50% delivered online.  The clinical portion of this course includes 150 hours of practicum caring for obstetrical and gynecological patients in a primary care setting.CLNWEB5/12/20148/22/201410Nurse Prac Gyn/Repro Care Wom

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60172PHY1112001General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.REC11:30 AM12:20 PMMTWThB1406/2/20147/11/201416General Physics I

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60182PHY1122001General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.REC11:30 AM12:20 PMMTWThB1407/14/20148/22/201416General Physics II

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60177PHY1212001Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1376/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60187PHY1222001Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60173PHY1112002General Physics IAn introduction to the principles of mechanics, energy, heat, sound and properties of matter.  Designed for science majors as well as premedical and predental students.  No calculus.  A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.REC11:30 AM12:20 PMMTWThB1406/2/20147/11/201416General Physics I

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60433PHY1122002General Physics IIA continuation of PHY 111.  Introducing electricity, magnetism, optics and atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.REC11:30 AM12:20 PMMTWThB1407/14/20148/22/201416General Physics II

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60178PHY1212002Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1376/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60188PHY1222002Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60451PHY1212003Phy Eng & Physical Sci IAn introductory calculus-based physics course, primarily serving students majoring in engineering or the physical sciences.  Treats mechanics and acoustics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 107, PHY 111 and PHY 121.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1376/2/20147/11/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci I

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60375PHY1222003Phy Eng & Physical Sci IIA continuation of PHY 121 including electricity, magnetism, and optics.  NOTE: Because of overlapping subject matter, no more than four (4) degree credits are allowed for any combination of PHY 108, PHY 112 and PHY 122.REC9:30 AM10:20 AMMTWThB1377/14/20148/22/201416Bernhardt IV,George PPhy Eng & Physical Sci II

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60873BUA400P701Introduction to AccountingAn accelerated course, students will understand the elements of the accounting system - assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, expenses and dividends.  Emphasis is on acquiring familiarity with the double-entry system and gaining an understanding of the purposes and uses of the information found within the income statement, balance sheet, statement of stockholder's equity and the statement of cash flows.  It includes concepts of cost, cost systems and budgeting.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201430Barrett,David JIntroduction to Accounting

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62094BUA605P701Creating & Cap Value Dig EconRepresents an integration of concepts and principles from the Marketing and Management Information Science disciplines.   The Internet is offering radical new ways of conducting business.  This course presents students with concepts and information-based strategies for capturing and creating value in the new information-based economy by assimilating sound marketing strategies with information systems to create innovative processes and marketing practices.33LECWEB6/2/20147/11/201440Jones,Nory BCreating & Cap Value Dig Econ

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60865EDT520P701Methods of Teach Computer TechProvides practical and understandable information about integrating technology in K-12 classrooms.  Examines tool applications (WD, DB, SS and Telecommunications), multimedia and categories of software.  Explores ways these support learning.33LECWEB5/12/20147/11/201416Baack,Jason KMethods of Teach Computer Tech

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60867EDT545P701Info Security K-12 EnvironCovers privacy and security in the educational environment from several perspectives:  legal issues, social and ethical concerns, standards and policy development.33LECWEB6/16/20148/8/201416Baack,Jason KInfo Security K-12 Environ

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60866EDT550P701Video Communication 21st CentExamines roles of video in education and the technology behind video as an information medium.33LECWEB5/12/20148/22/201416Baack,Jason KVideo Communication 21st Cent

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62074GRN502P701Inter Care Older Adults DivBest practice strategies for professionals who work with older adults and caregivers in a variety of settings will be presented.  Through study of the health-illness trajectory and transitions in care-settings of older adults who develop chronic and acute health problems, students will gain knowledge and skill in performing assessments and in developing comprehensive interprofessional case management approaches to meet the needs of older adults and their caregivers.  Diversity and complexity of33LECWEB6/2/20147/18/201410Fishwick,Nancy JInter Care Older Adults Div

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60871HUD521P701Science as Inquiry: TYCThis course applies developmental theory to the construction of curriculum and methods in early childhood science education.33SEMWEB5/12/20146/20/201425Logue,Mary EllinScience as Inquiry: TYC

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62387SED583P701Response to Intervention IIIBased on the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports model, addresses effective implementation of tier III behavioral systems and practices.  Focus on comprehensive, multi-component behavioral interventions, outcome data tools, and fidelity measures for individual students who require intensive behavioral support and interventions beyond Tier I and II to succeed in school settings.33LECWEB5/12/20146/30/201420Artesani,A JamesResponse to Intervention III

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60868SEI501P701Div of Devel Inf & Early ChildFocuses on understanding the developmental patterns of all infants and young children, including those children who are at-risk or have disabling conditions.  The impact of developmental challenges on the infant's and young child's emerging capacities for engagement in relationships and learning is explored.  The importance of the interaction of social, cultural, and interpersonal factors are stressed throughout.  A major goal of the course is for students to gain a working knowledge of developm33LECWEB6/2/20147/25/201420Rooks,Deborah LDiv of Devel Inf & Early Child

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