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    Course Listing (Online)

    Course Title Credits Schedule Type Instruction Type
    ANTH 102 Human Cultural Diver C, SO 4 Lecture Online
    ARTD 320 Photography 2: Digital AR 4 Lecture Online
    BIOL 330 Genetics 0 Discussion Online
    BIOL 206 Human Anatomy/Physiol II NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    BIOL 330 Genetics 4 Lecture Online
    BIOL 205 Human Anatomy/Physiol I NS,SM 0 Lab Online
    BIOL 205 Human Anatomy/Physiol I NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    BMBA 587 ST: Diversity&Multiculturalism 4 Lecture Online
    BMBA 570 Mgmt/Mrkting Technology 4 Lecture Online
    BMSF 599 Capstone: Integration 4 Capstone Seminar Online
    CHEM 800 College Chemistry Tutorial 1 Continuing Education Online
    CHEM 103 Food Chemistry NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    CLAS 231 Masterpieces/European Lit LT 4 Lecture Online
    CSCI 115 Solve It With Computers MR,NS 4 Lecture Online
    EDUC 977S Connection in Classroom (5109) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977T Creating Vision Equity (5110) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977U Culturally Respon Class(5111) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977V Engagement Strategies (5112) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971A Bldg Comprehension (760) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971C Across the Spectrum (776) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971E Achieving Success ELL (842) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973G One Stop Shop (5833) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973J Create & Captivate (5835) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973N Co-Teaching: Partners (5843) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973Q Grief and Your Students (5845) 1 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973S Learning to Learn (5847) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973T Engaging Parents (5844) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973U PBIS 101 (5850) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973W Raise the Bar (5849) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973Y Leading Intentional Talk(5852) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974A Moving Body/Thkg Brain (5853) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974C Making Shift to STEM Ed (5080) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974D Mindful School Leadership(898) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974L Mindset Matters (731) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974Q Five Skills Success (5041) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974R Close Reading Classroom (5040) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974S Stronger School Comm (5037) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974T Reaching Success (5014) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974W Incorporating Mndfulness(5018) 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975Z Reading Instr Head/Heart(5009) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976B Think Like an Historian!(5017) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976C Wholehearted Teaching (5021) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976D Inclusive Classroom (5029) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976E Mindsets & Math (5033) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976F Digital Literacy (5036) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976H The Mindful Approach (5056) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976J Social Media Responsibl (5060) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976L Social Emotional Learnin(5031) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976M Vocab & Word Learning (5065) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976N Digital Citizenship (806) 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976P Growing Gifts in Gift Ed(5066) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976Q Move, Grow, Play! (5057) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976R Compassion is Key (5020) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976U The Difference Makers (5077) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976V Impactful Coaching (5084) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976W Curr Design/Instr Strat (5086) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976X The Reading Puzzle (5078) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976Y Build Strong Relation (5058) 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 976Z Trauma-Informed Safety (5062) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977F Teaching in Video (5095) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977G Digital Tools Classrm (5093) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977H Living Yr Happiest Life (5105) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977J Keeping Students Safe (5088) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974X Empthy & Understanding (5032) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974Y Access Content for ELL (5025) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974F Academics for Eng Learn (5068) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974H Coding: Consumer/Creator (804) 1 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975A Neurodiversity (5855) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975C Project Based Learning (5856) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975F Moving Math (5854) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975M Building Peace (5006) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975N Trauma Sensitive Teach (5007) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975Q Writer's Workshop (5015) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975R Universal Design Learn (5035) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975S Strats for Tchr Burnout (5028) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975W Reading Fluency Toolbox (5042) 1 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 975X Focus on Phonics (5030) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972L Assignment Homework (5045) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974B Sp Ed Law 101 (687) 1 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974E STEAM Ed: Integrate Arts(5795) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974M Teacher Leadership (5083) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974P Transition to Adulthood (5039) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 974U Assistive Technology (5034) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960W Cultivate Curiosity/Creativity 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980E Scaffold Content Diverse Stu 1 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960C Effective Learning Assessments 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960D Mindfulness in 21st Cent Class 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960F Social & Emotional Learning 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960H Growth Mindset & Inquiry 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960K Embracing Multicultural Class 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960P Integrating STEAM Curriculum 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960Q LGBTQ Students 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960T Digital Citizenship in Ed 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 960U Tech Tools for Digital Teacher 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980A Foundations to Bilingual/ESL 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980B Linguistics Study for Classrm 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980C Culturally&Linguistically Ped 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980D Lang Acquisition&Methodology 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977Y Teach Online w Equity (5123) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977Z Goodbye Teacher Burnout (5124) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 978A Support Struggle Student(5125) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 978B Five Keys to Reading (5126) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980F Scaffold Content Diverse Stu 2 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980G Bilingual/ESL Job Practicum 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980A Foundations to Bilingual/ESL 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980B Linguistics Study for Classrm 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980C Culturally&Linguistically Ped 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980D Lang Acquisition&Methodology 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980E Scaffold Content Diverse Stu 1 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980F Scaffold Content Diverse Stu 2 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 980G Bilingual/ESL Job Practicum 2 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970A Brain Works (505) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970B Literacy and Learning (506) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970F Young Writers PreK-2 (642) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970J Reaching Young Readers (653) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970M Fully Wired (693) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970P Instructional Strategies (704) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970S Sticks and Stones (712) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970U Differentiated Learning (717) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970X Effective Classrm Mgmt (737) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 970Z Struggling Student (753) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971G Caring for Mental Health (854) 1 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971H What Great Teachers Do (855) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971J Parent Trap (859) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971K Bldg Successful Readers (880) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971S Teach Well, Learn Well (921) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971W What Great MS Teachers Do(968) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 971Y Math Works (970) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972C Text Seminar (991) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972J ADHD (5027) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972K Successful Strategies (5044) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972W Teach Like a Champ (5683) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 972X Culturally Comp. Educ (5702) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973A Refocus and Recharge (5792) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 973D The Challenging Child (5838) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977D Vulnerability in Classrm(5101) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977E Anxiety Awareness (5102) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977K Social Comprehension (5107) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977L Making Shift to Blended (5097) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977M Docs, Slides in Classrm (5099) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977N Integrating Class Tech (5096) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977P Learning on the Move (5106) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 977Q Teaching for 21st Centu (5104) 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 905 Pedagogy Assessment 5 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 950 Intro to Bilingual/ESL Ed 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 851 Program Models for Diverse Stu 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 951 Program Models for Diverse Stu 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 952 Cultural/Linguistic Pedagogy 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 953 Language Acquisition Fndts 3 Continuing Education Online
    EDUC 954 Scaffolding Content Instruct 6 Continuing Education Online
    ENGL 241 American Traditions in Lit LT 4 Lecture Online
    ENGL 360A Studies British Literature LT 4 Lecture Online
    GEOS 103 Earthquakes,Vol/Hazards NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    GEOS 103 Earthquakes,Vol/Hazards Lab 0 Lab Online
    HISP 102 Elementary Spanish II 4 Lecture Online
    HISP 101 Elementary Spanish I 4 Lecture Online
    HIST 388 ST: European History SO 4 Lecture Online
    HIST 107 Ancient Near East SO 4 Lecture Online
    KINS 905 Positive Coaching II 1 Continuing Education Online
    KINS 800 Med Terminology Allied Health 1 Continuing Education Online
    KINS 505 Inclusive Leadership 4 Lecture Blended/Hybrid
    KINS 500 Research Methods in Kinesiolog 4 Lecture Blended/Hybrid
    KINS 478 Motor Learning & Human Perform 4 Lecture Online
    MUSI 120 Music and Culture AR,C 4 Lecture Online
    MUSI 101 Introduction to Music AR 4 Lecture Online
    NURS 532 Clinical Outcomes Mgmt II 6 Practicum Blended/Hybrid
    NURS 655 PMHNP III: Psychotherapies 4 Lecture Online
    PHED 276 ST: Walking for Fun PE 1 Activity Online
    PHED 100 Personalized Fitness Progrm PE 1 Lecture Online
    PHIL 125 Ethics and the Good Life PH 4 Lecture Online
    PHIL 121 The Examined Life PH 4 Lecture Online
    PHYS 126 College Physics II NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    PHYS 125 College Physics I NS,SM 4 Lecture Online
    PHYS 136 College Physics II Laboratory 1 Lab Online
    PHYS 135 College Physics I Laboratory 1 Lab Online
    PLUS 800 Career Development 2 Continuing Education Online
    PSYC 320 Devel Across the Lifespan 4 Lecture Online
    PSYC 101 Intro to Psychology SO 4 Lecture Online
    PSYC 375 Psychology of Women A 4 Lecture Online
    RELI 236 Nat. Am. Relig Trads A, RG 4 Lecture Online
    RELI 232 The Buddhist Tradition C, RG 4 Lecture Online
    RELI 229 Christian Health & Healing RC 4 Lecture Online
    RELI 229 Christian Health & Healing RC 4 Lecture Online
    RELI 227 Christian Theology RC 4 Lecture Online
    SOCI 101 Intro to Sociology A, SO 4 Lecture Online
    SOCI 387 ST:Applied SOCI/Eval Resrch SO 4 Lecture Online
    SPED 914 Educ Proce for Mild Disabiliti 3 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 915 Emotional/Behavioral Disorders 3 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 916 Early Childhood Education 2 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 917 Low Incidence Disabilities 2 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 921 Students with Autism 1 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 910 Foundations, Assessment, Eval 3 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 911 Students Developmental Disabil 2 Continuing Education Online
    SPED 912 Collaboration & Team Building 2 Continuing Education Online
    THEA 160 Intro to Theatre AR 4 Lecture Online

    Course Listing

    SOCI 101 : Introduction to Sociology - A, SO

    An introduction to the discipline of sociology. Features an analysis of contemporary American society with emphasis on the interconnections of race, class, and gender. Sociological concepts include socialization, social roles, stereotypes, power, and stratification. (4)

    SOCI 190 : FYEP190: Inquiry Seminar

    A four-credit seminar to introduce students to the methods and topics of study within a particular academic discipline or field. Students practice the academic skills that are at the center of the General Education Program. (4)

    SOCI 201 : Introduction to Criminal Justice

    An examination of the American Criminal Justice System. This course will address law enforcement, the court system and correctional system, along with attention to race, class, and gender inequalities. (4)

    SOCI 210 : Gender and Society - A, SO

    An examination of gender as a social construction and a system of stratification. Focus is on the structural aspects of gender and upon the intersection of gender with other social categories, such as race, class, and sexuality. (4)

    SOCI 226 : Delinquency and Juvenile Justice

    An examination of juvenile delinquency in relation to the family, peer groups, community and institutional structure. Includes consideration of processing the juvenile delinquent by formal agencies of control. (4)

    SOCI 232 : Research Methods - SO

    An overview of the methods to explore, describe, and analyze the social world. General issues in the design and implementation of research projects, as well as specific issues that arise in conducting interviews and field observations, constructing and administering surveys, analyzing existing data, and planning program evaluations. Required for sociology and social work majors. Prerequisite: SOCI 101, SOCI 201, or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 240 : Social Problems - A, SO

    Critical examination of poverty, discrimination, drugs, crime, homelessness, violence, and family breakdown. Course addresses contemporary social problems, an analysis of their social roots, and an evaluation of the policies designed to eradicate them. (4)

    SOCI 287 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 288 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 289 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 291 : Directed Study

    To provide individual undergraduate students with introductory study not available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as DS: followed by the specific title designated by the student. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 330 : The Family

    An examination of the institution of the family in the United States, with emphasis on how families are affected by social forces such as the economy, race and ethnicity, gender, and social politics. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 332 : Race and Racism - A

    A critical examination of race and racism in the United States. The course will explore the social construction of race and how racism shapes social institutions, such as the economy, education, and criminal justice. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 336 : Deviance

    A general introduction to a variety of nonconforming, usually secretive, and illegal behavior, such as corporate crime, drug dealing, prostitution, industrial spying, child abuse, and suicide, with emphasis on the conflict of values and life-experiences within a society. Prerequisite: SOCI 101, SOCI 201, or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 378 : Consumption

    An examination of the relationship between goods, individuals, and society. The course deconstructs the social bases of consumption to better understand the role consumption plays in shaping our identities and maintaining social distinctions. The course also addresses the relationship between consumption and social problems like consumer debt, inequality, and sustainability. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 387 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice - SO

    Selected topics as announced by the department. Prerequisite: departmental consent. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 388 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 389 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 391 : Sociology of Religion - SO

    An investigation of the American religious scene with particular emphasis on the new religious movements, along with attention to social settings and processes which these new religions reflect and produce. Prerequisite: SOCI 101, one religion course, or consent of instructor. Cross-listed with RELI 391. (4)

    SOCI 410 : Social Stratification A, SO

    An examination of the cultural and structural causes of social stratification and its consequence, social inequality. The course focuses on stratification and inequality on the basis of race, class, and gender, exploring what social forces shape individuals' differentiated access to society's valued resources. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or consent of instructor. (4)

    SOCI 413 : Criminological Theories

    An analysis of influential criminological theories of the 19th and 20th centuries, to the recent contemporary schools, and to the underlying patterns of thought which both unite and divide the criminological tradition. Required for senior criminal justice majors. Prerequisites: STAT 233, SOCI 101, 201, 232, and 336; declared major or minor in criminal justice. (4)

    SOCI 487 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 488 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 489 : Special Topics in Sociology or Criminal Justice

    To provide undergraduate students with new, one-time, and developing courses not yet available in the regular curriculum. The title will be listed on the student term-based record as ST: followed by the specific title designated by the academic unit. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 491 : Independent Study

    Readings or fieldwork in specific areas or issues of sociology or criminal justice under supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisite: departmental consent. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 494 : Gender and Violence

    An examination of gendered violence in American society. Focal topics will vary by semester and may include sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, or masculinity and violence. The course will address how violence is gendered, theoretical explanations of gendered violence, and the response of the criminal justice system. Prerequisites: SOCI 101, SOCI 201, WMGS 201, or consent of instructor. Recommended: junior or senior standing. (4)

    SOCI 495 : Internship

    Students receive course credit for working in community organizations and integrating their experiences into an academic project. Placements are usually arranged by the student and may include the public school system, private and public social service organizations, criminal justice system agencies, local and state governmental agencies, and businesses. Prerequisite: SOCI 101 or SOCI 201. (1 to 4)

    SOCI 496 : Sociological Theories

    An analysis of influential sociological theories of the 19th and 20th centuries with attention to the classic theories of Marx, Durkheim, Weber, DuBois, and Gilman to the recent contemporary schools, and to the underlying patterns of thought which both unite and divide the sociological tradition. Required for senior sociology majors. Prerequisites: STAT 233, SOCI 101, 232, and 330 or 336; declared major or minor in sociology. (4)

    SOCI 499 : Capstone: Senior Seminar - SR

    Students design and carry through an independent research project involving the collection of data and the analysis of findings. Students demonstrate their mastery of the field by relating their research to the existing body of sociological literature and knowledge. Required for senior majors. Prerequisites: SOCI 496 or SOCI 413. (4)