Fall Semester 2024

Note: The Class Schedule information below reflects data as of March 4, 2024 10:00 am

Fall Semester 2024
Class Nbr. Catalog Nbr. Course Title Class Sect. Credits Bldg. Room Days Time Instructor Seats Open
Accounting
1741ACCT 200Financial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amVanHornweder, Rachel M25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to concepts of reporting financial information of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations to interested parties. Includes discussion of cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities and investments. Cash flow information is also discussed.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 prerequisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1742ACCT 200Financial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
023ERL0201MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amVanHornweder, Rachel M25 of 25 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: Introduction to concepts of reporting financial information of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations to interested parties. Includes discussion of cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities and investments. Cash flow information is also discussed.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 prerequisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1991ACCT 200Financial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff5 of 5 open
Wait List:
2 of 2
Description: Introduction to concepts of reporting financial information of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations to interested parties. Includes discussion of cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities and investments. Cash flow information is also discussed.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 prerequisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1749ACCT 200Financial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 10/27/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEJohnson, Nancy L20 of 20 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: Introduction to concepts of reporting financial information of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations to interested parties. Includes discussion of cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities and investments. Cash flow information is also discussed.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 prerequisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1743ACCT 201Managerial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201MWF3:00 pm - 3:50 pmVanHornweder, Rachel M25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Discusses basic concepts of costs in developing information for management use in decision making. Topics include CVP analysis, budgeting, cost allocations, and performance measurement.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 & ACCT 200 with a grade of C- or higher. BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1992ACCT 201Managerial Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINECao, Mei
Johnson, Nancy L
5 of 5 open
Wait List:
2 of 2
Description: Discusses basic concepts of costs in developing information for management use in decision making. Topics include CVP analysis, budgeting, cost allocations, and performance measurement.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 & ACCT 200 with a grade of C- or higher. BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1750ACCT 201Managerial Accounting
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10/28/2024 - 12/19/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEJohnson, Nancy L20 of 20 open
Wait List:
2 of 2
Description: Discusses basic concepts of costs in developing information for management use in decision making. Topics include CVP analysis, budgeting, cost allocations, and performance measurement.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 & ACCT 200 with a grade of C- or higher. BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1751ACCT 352Intermediate Accounting I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201TTh10:00 am - 11:15 amStrege, Benjamin Philip25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: First in a two-course sequence providing in-depth study of accounting theory and practice. Topics include financial statements, present value techniques, current assets, current liabilities, long-term assets.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1744ACCT 355Cost Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amVanHornweder, Rachel M25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: In-depth study of concepts and techniques related to cost accumulation and reporting, cost control, and profit planning. Also covers the relationship of cost accounting to decision making.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1747ACCT 359Topics in Accounting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Coverage of a number of advanced accounting and taxation topics. Topics may vary
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. Status and Acct 101 or Acct 200, and Acct 201; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1745ACCT 361Fundamentals of Taxation
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0202MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmVanHornweder, Rachel M20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Comprehensive study of income tax concepts, regulations, and tax-planning principles as they relate to individuals and business.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. Status and Acct 101 or Acct 200, and Acct 201; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1752ACCT 400Accounting Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
Department Consent Required
012 - 7Cao, Mei25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Pass-Fail only. Opportunity for students to earn academic credit by extending classroom learning to real-world settings. Students obtain the cooperation of an employer and prepare a learning contract. Course may be repeated. Students can earn a maximum of 14 credits.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE and consent of coopering instructor and director, SBE.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum;
1746ACCT 464Auditing Principles
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmVanHornweder, Rachel M25 of 25 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: Introduction to professional auditing and the study of audit examinations which precede the attestation of the fairness of financial statements.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE and Acct 352 and 353; or instructor permission.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1748ACCT 467Tax Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
011ERL0208TTh1:00 pm - 1:50 pmAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: Introduction to the techniques required to research tax issues.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE and concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of ACCT 361 or ACCT 460.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Aerospace Studies
1381AIRS 101Heritage and Values
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0011T8:00 am - 8:50 amAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Part one of a two-part survey course of the United States Air Force as a public-service organization and as an introductory course to the Air Force ROTC program. Air Force heritage, core values, human relations, the oath of office and interpersonal communication skills are also examined. Open to all university students interested in military topics. Enrollment in course does not designate students as an ROTC cadets. Students who want to enroll in the ROTC program and become cadets must be enrolled in AFROTC GMC Lead Lab.
Prerequisites: Corequisite for taking this course is AIRS 111.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1382AIRS 111AFROTC GMC Leadership Lab
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0010 - 1

Th
TF
6:15 am - 7:45 am
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical environment giving leadership training while being instructed on military customs and courtesies, physical fitness, military drill and the general Air Force environment. Two physical fitness attendances each week; a physical fitness diagnostics test and a physical fitness test are all required. Pass-Fail only.
Prerequisites: AIRS 101 is co-requisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1383AIRS 201Team & Leadership Fundamentals
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0011Th8:00 am - 8:50 amAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Part one of a two part course that examines Air Force leadership, ethics and values. Students will develop leadership skills based on student participation, group problem solving and oral/written communication. Students will apply these leadership perspectives when completing team building activities and discussing leadership challenges within group dynamics. Students will also demonstrate basic verbal and written communication skills. Open to all university students interested in military topics. Enrollment in course does not designate students as an ROTC cadets. Students who want to enroll in the ROTC program and become cadets must also enroll in AFROTC GMC Lead Lab.
Prerequisites: AIRS 211 is corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1384AIRS 211AFROTC GMC Leadership Lab
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0010 - 1

Th
TF
6:15 am - 7:45 am
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical environment giving leadership training while being instructed on military customs and courtesies, physical fitness, military drill and the general Air Force environment. Two physical fitness attendances each week; a physical fitness diagnostics test and a physical fitness test are all required. Pass-Fail only.
Prerequisites: AIRS 201 is corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1385AIRS 301Leading People & Effective Com
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013MWF8:00 am - 8:50 amAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Part one of a two part course where students will develop an in-depth understanding of how to effectively lead people and provide people with the tools to use in current and future leadership roles. Students will develop and refine their leadership philosophy through topics that include power and influence, counseling, mentoring, effective supervision, accountability, core values, ethical decision making. Students will also hone their writing and briefing skills. Open to all university students interested in military topics. Enrollment in course does not designate students as ROTC cadets.
Prerequisites: AIRS 311 is corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1386AIRS 311AFROTC POC Leadership Lab
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0011 - 2

Th
TF
6:15 am - 7:45 am
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical environment giving leadership training through teaching freshmen and sophomores military customs and courtesies, physical fitness, military drill and the general Air Force environment. Two physical fitness attendances each week; a physical fitness diagnostics test and a physical fitness test are all required. Pass-Fail only.
Prerequisites: AIRS 301 is corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1387AIRS 401National Security Studies
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013M5:00 pm - 7:50 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Part one of a two part course where students will learn the basic elements of national security policy and military processes. The student will understand the air force domain operations as well as learn about the selected roles of the military in society and current domestic and international issues. The final portion of the course is designed to prepare students for life as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Open to all university students interested in military topics. Enrollment in course does not designate students as ROTC cadets.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1388AIRS 411AFROTC POC Leadership Lab
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0011 - 2

Th
TF
6:15 am - 7:45 am
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical environment giving leadership training through teaching freshmen and sophomores military customs and courtesies, physical fitness, military drill and the general Air Force environment. Two physical fitness attendances each week; a physical fitness diagnostics test and a physical fitness test are all required. Taken concurrently with AIRS 401.
Typically Offered: Fall Term Only
Note: Classes held at UMD
1389AIRS 420Leadership Practicum
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 4Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical applicaton of leadership and management in structured realistic situations.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Classes held at UMD
1390AIRS 421Leadership Practicum
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 4Assigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Practical application of leadership and management in structured realistic situations.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Classes held at UMD
Anthropology
1942ANTH 101The Human Experience
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2011MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amAugsburger, Deborah J28 of 28 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to the principles, concepts and methods of cultural anthropology. Consideration of the ways in which cultural anthropology contributes to the understanding of human diversity.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Spring
1943ANTH 101The Human Experience
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEAugsburger, Deborah J25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to the principles, concepts and methods of cultural anthropology. Consideration of the ways in which cultural anthropology contributes to the understanding of human diversity.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Spring
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1941ANTH 213Food, Culture and Society
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2010MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmAugsburger, Deborah J14 of 14 open
Wait List:
10 of 10
Description: An examination of food's role and uses in distinct communities. Topics may include gender, the body, ethnicity, class, belonging, meaning, culture change, ideology, food movements, and food and inequality. Cross listed as ANTH/SOCI 213.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
2022ANTH 340Language, Power, and Identity
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2010TTh4:00 pm - 5:15 pmAugsburger, Deborah J15 of 15 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: The study of language and language use as essential elements of human culture, connected to thought, experience, identity, power, and social relations. Cross listed as ANTH 340/SOCI 340.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring, Odd Years;
Art
1008ART 101Introduction to Art
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Beginning Painting
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3119TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amMaguire, Susan D5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $200.00
1009ART 101Introduction to Art
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Beginning Printmaking
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0023FA3125TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmHickok, Shannon P2 of 2 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $200.00
1010ART 101Introduction to Art
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Beginning Ceramics
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0033FA1135MW9:00 am - 10:50 amMaguire, Michael W10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1011ART 101Introduction to Art
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Beginning Weaving
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0043FA1125MW9:00 am - 10:50 amFamule, Olawole F6 of 6 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1012ART 101Introduction to Art
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Beginning Metalwork
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0053FA1129TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amCleary, Timothy4 of 4 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $100.00
1013ART 101Introduction to Art
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Museum Studies
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0063FA3131MW11:00 am - 1:00 pmDugan, Anne5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
1014ART 101Introduction to Art
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Digital Art Foundation
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0073SWEN2020MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Susan D10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee of $90.00
1015ART 101Introduction to Art
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Intro to Photography
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0083FA1202TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmMaguire, Susan D4 of 4 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee of $125.00
1050ART 101Introduction to Art
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0093FA3127W1:00 pm - 3:50 pmEslinger, Gloria S6 of 6 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Topic: Art Therapy Fundamentals
1051ART 101Introduction to Art
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0103Th1:00 pm - 3:50 pmEslinger, Gloria S6 of 6 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Topic: Development of Creative Functioning
1002ART 101Introduction to Art
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Intro to Photography
09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENader, Zachary M20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1003ART 101Introduction to Art
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Digital Art Foundation
09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E1A3ONLINEONLINENader, Zachary M25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: (For non-Art majors) Introduction to the field of Visual Art through a studio experience. Includes demonstrations, lectures and critiques planned to develop an appreciation of art as well as understanding media as a vehicle of expression.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1016ART 200Design Fundamentals
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3118TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmCleary, Timothy20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Research examining the fundamental elements of visual arts design including: formal elements and their interactions, color theory, visual arts terminology, and analysis of content.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $100
1017ART 202Prof Practices in Visual Arts
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3131MW1:00 pm - 2:50 pmDugan, Anne12 of 12 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to visual arts professional practices, including: scholarly research, image management and usage, discipline-specific writing, career exploration, portfolio presentation and the use of technology in support of all such practices. Basic computer literacy is expected for completing research and assignments.
Prerequisites: Completion of Studio Course (excluding Art 200) or Sophomore standing
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $70.00
1018ART 203Design Topics I
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Museum Studies
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013FA3131MW11:00 am - 1:00 pmDugan, Anne5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides a focused exploration of fine arts beyond core practices including: glass, stained glass, artists' books, non-static art, installation, and others.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1019ART 205Drawing 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3118TTh11:00 am - 12:50 pmCleary, Timothy9 of 9 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Beginning studies in drawing.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Lab Fee $40.00
1020ART 209Digital Art I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2020MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Susan D10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: An introductory studio exploration of digital strategies, technology and applications, as applied to visual arts. Suitable for all students interested in working with digital images.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $90.00
1004ART 209Digital Art I
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENader, Zachary M25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: An introductory studio exploration of digital strategies, technology and applications, as applied to visual arts. Suitable for all students interested in working with digital images.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1021ART 210Painting 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3119TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amMaguire, Susan D10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to the discipline of painting. Discussions and critiques supplement studio experiences.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee of $200
1022ART 221Art Hist Surv:Ancient Wrld-Ren
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0014FA2125TTh11:00 am - 12:50 pmFamule, Olawole F20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: A study of expression in art and architecture which contribute to the Western cultural tradition.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This course is part of a program (Follett ACCESS) where course materials are provided. Student in this course DO NOT need to order eBooks/books as they are charged to the student account along with course tuition. Materials will be delivered and accessed through Canvas (watch your UW-Superior email for instructions). If you are not interested in participating in this program you can opt out. To opt out, you will need to visit the ACCESS Portal https://accessportal.follett.com/1790. Contact Vaughn Russom (vrussom@follett.com) with questions or for more information.
1023ART 240Printmaking 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3125TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmHickok, Shannon P8 of 8 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to printmaking as a fine art media.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: Lab Fee $200.00
1024ART 241Photography 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0023FA1202TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmMaguire, Susan D6 of 6 open
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15 of 15
Description: Designed to familiarize the student with the art of traditional 35mm film photography. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of camera operation, black-and-white film development and printing processes, practicing critical evaluation, and understanding the photographic aesthetic.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1005ART 241Photography 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENader, Zachary M4 of 4 open
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15 of 15
Description: Designed to familiarize the student with the art of traditional 35mm film photography. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of camera operation, black-and-white film development and printing processes, practicing critical evaluation, and understanding the photographic aesthetic.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite, Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
1025ART 270Ceramics 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1135MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Michael W5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: A beginning ceramics course that primarily explores traditional hand-building techniques. Students will also be introduced to basic clay materials, clay mixing, and glaze application.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1026ART 275Metalwork 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1129TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amCleary, Timothy5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: Basic processes, materials and tools in nonferrous metalwork.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: Lab Fee $100.00
1027ART 279Fibers 1
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1125MW9:00 am - 10:50 amFamule, Olawole F5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: Topic: Loom Weaving - Interlocking fibers via loom mechanisms; includes experience with fabric structures, fiber characteristics and the effective use of color. Topic: Off-Loom Fibers - Primary structures through a variety of manipulation techniques; may include primitive forms of weaving, felting, basketry and dyeing.
Prerequisites: Requisite for this course is completion of ART 200 as a prerequisite or concurrent enrollment as a co-requisite
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: Lab Fee of $125.00
1028ART 305Drawing 2
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3118TTh11:00 am - 12:50 pmCleary, Timothy6 of 6 open
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15 of 15
Description: Intermediate studies in drawing.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 205.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee of $40.00
1633ART 309Digital Art II
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2020MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Susan D5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Digital Art II
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for enrolling in ART 309 is completion of ART 209
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: $90 Lab Fee. Prerequisite is Class 209.
1031ART 331African Diaspora Art History
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Art of the African Diaspora
09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEFamule, Olawole F20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: A survey of art created by people of African descent. Also discussed are some influences of Islam, Western Europe, and the Caribbean regions.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters; Online: Select Semesters
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1006ART 336Cont Movements in Visual Arts
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEDugan, Anne25 of 25 open
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15 of 15
Description: Recent movements in painting, sculpture and architecture, with emphasis on the United States and Canada.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: Occasional by Demand
Note: This course is part of a program (Follett ACCESS) where course materials are provided.  Student in this course DO NOT need to order eBooks/books as they are charged to the student account along with course tuition.  Materials will be delivered and accessed through Canvas (watch your UW-Superior email for instructions). If you are not interested in participating in this program you can opt out. To opt out, you will need to visit the ACCESS Portal https://accessportal.follett.com/1790.  Contact Vaughn Russom (vrussom@follett.com) with questions or for more information. This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/17/23 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1029ART 340Printmaking 2
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3125TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmHickok, Shannon P3 of 3 open
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15 of 15
Description: Intermediate studies in printmaking.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 240.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: Lab Fee $200.00
1030ART 341Photography 2
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1202TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmMaguire, Susan D5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: A sequential continuation of the introductory course emphasizing the exploration of concepts, practicing critical evaluation and dialogue, and standard museum/archival presentation of photographs. Students have the option of working in digital and/or film.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 241 or 101
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1032ART 370Ceramics 2
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1135MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Michael W5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: An Intermediate course emphasizing the fundamentals of wheel throwing, clay and glaze formulation, as well as loading and firing kilns. Introduction to historical and contemporary aesthetic issues within ceramics through problem-solving assignments.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 270.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1033ART 375Metalwork 2
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1129TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amCleary, Timothy4 of 4 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Intermediate studies in nonferrous metalwork.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 275
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: Lab Fee $100.00
1034ART 379Fibers 2
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OFF-Loom Weaving
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1125MW9:00 am - 10:50 amFamule, Olawole F3 of 3 open
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15 of 15
Description: Topic-Loom weaving - Interlocking fibers via loom mechanisms; includes experience with fabric structure, fiber characteristics and the effective use of color. Topic- Off-Loom Fibers - Primary structures through a variety of manipulation techniques; may include primitive forms of weaving, felting, basketry and dyeing.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 279.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1044ART 402Art Therapy Seminar
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3127T1:00 pm - 3:50 pmEslinger, Gloria S15 of 15 open
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15 of 15
Description: Investigation into topics of diagnosis and treatment in mental health. This course explores therapeutic methods that may be used for diverse disorders and clinical diagnoses. Current research will be discussed.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 483
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1035ART 405Drawing: 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3118TTh11:00 am - 12:50 pmCleary, Timothy3 of 3 open
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15 of 15
Description: Advanced studies in drawing.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 305.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $40.00
1635ART 409Digital Art III
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
13SWEN2020MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Susan D5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: Advanced studies in digital media.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for enrolling in ART 409 is completion of ART 309
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: $90 Lab Fee. Prerequisite: Art 309.
1036ART 435Research In Art
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013Hickok, Shannon P1 of 1 open
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15 of 15
Description: Topic: Art Education. Students plan and conduct an independent research project in art education. Research may be either basic or applied in nature. Results of the study will be reported in the style and form required for publication. Prerequisite: Minimum of 20 undergraduate credits in art and permission of the instructor. Topic: Art Therapy - Research into specific areas and elective topics in art therapy. Instructor Consent
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1037ART 440Printmaking 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3125TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmHickok, Shannon P2 of 2 open
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15 of 15
Description: Advanced studies in printmaking.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 340.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: Lab Fee $200.00
1038ART 441Photography 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1202TTh1:00 pm - 2:50 pmMaguire, Susan D2 of 2 open
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15 of 15
Description: Advanced studies in photography concerned with defining a specific direction with a body of work with an emphasis on concept resolution.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 341
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1039ART 470Ceramics 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1135MW11:00 am - 12:50 pmMaguire, Michael W5 of 5 open
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15 of 15
Description: An advanced course that critically examines ceramic processes and aesthetic issues through extended creative projects developed in consultation with the instructor. Emphasis on producing a professional, coherent portfolio and supporting visual artists' materials.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 370
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1040ART 475Metalwork 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013FA1129TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amCleary, Timothy5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Advanced studies in nonferrous metalwork.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 375
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: Lab Fee $100.00
1041ART 479Fibers 3
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1125MW9:00 am - 10:50 amFamule, Olawole F2 of 2 open
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15 of 15
Description: Topic: Loom Weaving - Interlocking fibers via loom mechanisms; includes experience with fabric structure, fiber characteristics and the effective use of color. Topic: Off-Loom Fibers - Primary structures through a variety of manipulation techniques; may include primitive forms of weaving, felting, basketry and dyeing. Emphasis on expression.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ART 379.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Lab Fee $125.00
1042ART 483Art Therapy Fundamentals
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3127W1:00 am - 3:50 amEslinger, Gloria S12 of 12 open
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15 of 15
Description: This experiential course will provide an overview of history, theory, practice, and assessment in art therapy. An examination of art therapy through its principal orientations to psychology and psychotherapy will be presented. Areas to be addressed include the use of art therapy techniques with distinct populations, ethical considerations in the practice of art therapy, and hands on studio learning methods and activities.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: Lab Fee $30.00
1043ART 484Devel. of Creative Functioning
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3127Th1:00 pm - 3:50 pmEslinger, Gloria S15 of 15 open
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15 of 15
Description: Current theories on the nature and development of creativity will be explored. Class members will participate in a variety of studio experiences designed to develop creative thinking and learning techniques to encourage creative behavior.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: Lab Fee $30.00
1045ART 491Visual Arts Capstone
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013Dugan, Anne10 of 10 open
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15 of 15
Description: Required of all Visual Arts majors during their year of anticipated graduation. By participating in this course, each student's work will be publicly presented to the UW-Superior and greater UW-Superior community. Includes portfolio development and/or exhibition requirements. Must be taken Pass-Fail.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Art 302. Senior Standing required.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: Department consent required.
1046ART 495Advanced Art Studio
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 12FA3127Eslinger, Gloria S5 of 5 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Open only to advanced Art students who wish to pursue an individual art problem in any medium of their choosing. The student must take the responsibility of choosing a problem, outlining a plan of study to be submitted to the instructor at registration. The student works informally in co-operation with the instructor, who guides and evaluates in relation to the objective set forth. Instructor Consent
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
1047ART 498Practicum
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Art Therapy
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 7Eslinger, Gloria S1 of 1 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Supervised experience providing practical application in specific disciplines. Integration of the competencies of the individualized focus in contract form. Topics: Art Education, Art Therapy, Gallery. Instructor Consent
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Art Education
1048ARTED 335Tching Art in the Elem Grades
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3127TTh9:00 am - 10:50 amHickok, Shannon P10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides a background in art education, children's artistic development, and program planning and evaluation in art for the elementary school child. Includes the development of lessons and units in art This course includes a Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience in grades K-2.
Prerequisites: Junior Status & Admittance to Teacher Education program
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Summer
Note: This course is part of a program (Follett ACCESS) where course materials are provided. Student in this course DO NOT need to order eBooks/books as they are charged to the student account along with course tuition. Materials will be delivered and accessed through Canvas (watch your UW-Superior email for instructions). If you are not interested in participating in this program you can opt out. To opt out, you will need to visit the ACCESS Portal https://accessportal.follett.com/1790. Contact Vaughn Russom (vrussom@follett.com) with questions or for more information. Lab Fee $25.00
1007ARTED 335Tching Art in the Elem Grades
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEHickok, Shannon P25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides a background in art education, children's artistic development, and program planning and evaluation in art for the elementary school child. Includes the development of lessons and units in art This course includes a Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience in grades K-2.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm, Junior Status & Admittance to Teacher Education program
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Summer
Note: This course is part of a program (Follett ACCESS) where course materials are provided. Student in this course DO NOT need to order eBooks/books as they are charged to the student account along with course tuition. Materials will be delivered and accessed through Canvas (watch your UW-Superior email for instructions). If you are not interested in participating in this program you can opt out. To opt out, you will need to visit the ACCESS Portal https://accessportal.follett.com/1790. Contact Vaughn Russom (vrussom@follett.com) with questions or for more information. This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
Biology
1662BIOL 115Human Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E14ONLINEONLINENifoussi, Shanna25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: University Studies course investigating the structure and function of the human body as related to areas of health and disease. Designed to meet the University Studies requirement for laboratory science. Does not count toward the Biology major. Not open to those having taken BIOL 270, or 280. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours).
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1663BIOL 115Human Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E1LONLINEONLINENifoussi, Shanna25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: University Studies course investigating the structure and function of the human body as related to areas of health and disease. Designed to meet the University Studies requirement for laboratory science. Does not count toward the Biology major. Not open to those having taken BIOL 270, or 280. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours).
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1664BIOL 130Principles of Biology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014SWEN1056MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amAssigned, Staff48 of 48 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to important principles of chemistry, cellular, molecular, and evolutionary biology, and the diversity of life. Laboratory experiments are inquiry driven. Intended as the first of a two-course sequence for biology majors, and students with a strong interest in the life sciences. Fulfills the University Studies laboratory science requirement. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1665BIOL 130Principles of Biology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0108Th9:00 am - 10:50 amAssigned, Staff24 of 24 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to important principles of chemistry, cellular, molecular, and evolutionary biology, and the diversity of life. Laboratory experiments are inquiry driven. Intended as the first of a two-course sequence for biology majors, and students with a strong interest in the life sciences. Fulfills the University Studies laboratory science requirement. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1666BIOL 130Principles of Biology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
502BARS0108Th1:00 pm - 2:50 pmAssigned, Staff24 of 24 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to important principles of chemistry, cellular, molecular, and evolutionary biology, and the diversity of life. Laboratory experiments are inquiry driven. Intended as the first of a two-course sequence for biology majors, and students with a strong interest in the life sciences. Fulfills the University Studies laboratory science requirement. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1667BIOL 132Principles of Biology II
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014SWEN
BARS
1056
0114
MWF
W
1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Schuldt, Jeffrey A24 of 24 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: The second course in a two-course sequence intended for Biology majors or minors, and other students with a strong interest in the life sciences. Introduces students to the development, structure and function of both plants and animals and the basic principles of ecology. Laboratory exercises are integrated with lectures and designed to be experimental and inquiry driven. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours, recitation 1 hour).
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1668BIOL 132Principles of Biology II
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0114T1:00 pm - 2:50 pmSchuldt, Jeffrey A24 of 24 open
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15 of 15
Description: The second course in a two-course sequence intended for Biology majors or minors, and other students with a strong interest in the life sciences. Introduces students to the development, structure and function of both plants and animals and the basic principles of ecology. Laboratory exercises are integrated with lectures and designed to be experimental and inquiry driven. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours, recitation 1 hour).
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1669BIOL 170Biological Inquiry for Teacher
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1012BARS0108M2:00 pm - 2:50 pmAssigned, Staff24 of 24 open
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15 of 15
Description: This course uses inquiry-based science methods to answer open-ended biological questions that have environmental connections. This course is required of Elementary Education majors and satisfies environmental science requirements for the Wisconsin Teaching Licensure and the UW-Superior University Studies program. Lecture one hour, laboratory two hours.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1670BIOL 170Biological Inquiry for Teacher
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0108W2:00 pm - 3:50 pmAssigned, Staff24 of 24 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course uses inquiry-based science methods to answer open-ended biological questions that have environmental connections. This course is required of Elementary Education majors and satisfies environmental science requirements for the Wisconsin Teaching Licensure and the UW-Superior University Studies program. Lecture one hour, laboratory two hours.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1576BIOL 170Biological Inquiry for Teacher
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E12ONLINEONLINEMcConnell, Kristopher25 of 25 open
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15 of 15
Description: This course uses inquiry-based science methods to answer open-ended biological questions that have environmental connections. This course is required of Elementary Education majors and satisfies environmental science requirements for the Wisconsin Teaching Licensure and the UW-Superior University Studies program. Lecture one hour, laboratory two hours.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1577BIOL 170Biological Inquiry for Teacher
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E1LONLINEONLINEMcConnell, Kristopher25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course uses inquiry-based science methods to answer open-ended biological questions that have environmental connections. This course is required of Elementary Education majors and satisfies environmental science requirements for the Wisconsin Teaching Licensure and the UW-Superior University Studies program. Lecture one hour, laboratory two hours.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1671BIOL 270Human Anatomy & Physiology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014SWEN1055MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amMcConnell, Kristopher20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1672BIOL 270Human Anatomy & Physiology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0102T8:00 am - 9:50 amMcConnell, Kristopher20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1280BIOL 270Human Anatomy & Physiology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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9054Ray, Julie Marie30 of 30 open
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Description: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.) Class Topic: Human Anatomy & Physiology I This course is available ONLY to students who are concurrently enrolled in participating high schools (Winter High School) and UW Superior. Special course fee for college in the high schools of $105.00 per credit. Class meeting days and times will be arranged wtih the instructors.
1282BIOL 270Human Anatomy & Physiology I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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905LRay, Julie Marie30 of 30 open
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Description: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: First semester of a two-semester sequence investigating the structure and function of human body systems and mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within and across each system. Examination of tissues and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and sensory systems. . (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.) Class Topic: Human Anatomy & Physiology I This course is available ONLY to students who are concurrently enrolled in participating high schools (Winter High School) and UW Superior. Special course fee for college in the high schools of $105.00 per credit. Class meeting days and times will be arranged wtih the instructors.
1674BIOL 340Ecology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014SWEN1013MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmGrover, Mark20 of 20 open
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Description: Introduction to fundamental principles of ecology which explores the nature and dynamics of interactions between organisms and their environment. Applied ecology in local ecosystems, standard field techniques and analysis of ecological data will be emphasized. Students will conduct a simple ecological research project and write a corresponding scientific report. CHEM 105 is recommended. (Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 132 or permission from the instructor
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1675BIOL 340Ecology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0107W3:00 pm - 5:50 pmGrover, Mark20 of 20 open
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Description: Introduction to fundamental principles of ecology which explores the nature and dynamics of interactions between organisms and their environment. Applied ecology in local ecosystems, standard field techniques and analysis of ecological data will be emphasized. Students will conduct a simple ecological research project and write a corresponding scientific report. CHEM 105 is recommended. (Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 132 or permission from the instructor
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1677BIOL 350Limnology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014BARS0114MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amSchuldt, Jeffrey A20 of 20 open
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Description: Study of freshwater biology including the physical and chemical attributes of the environment as well as plants and animals found in lakes and streams. CHEM 105 and BIOL 340 is recommended. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 330 or BIOL 340, or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1678BIOL 350Limnology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0114T8:00 am - 9:50 amSchuldt, Jeffrey A20 of 20 open
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Description: Study of freshwater biology including the physical and chemical attributes of the environment as well as plants and animals found in lakes and streams. CHEM 105 and BIOL 340 is recommended. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 330 or BIOL 340, or permission of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
2069BIOL 364Invertebrate Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014BARS0107MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amGrover, Mark20 of 20 open
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Description: A survey of adaptations and classification of invertebrate animals. Characteristics of various taxonomic groups are emphasized within an ecological and evolutionary context. Laboratory activities focus on the functional morphology, comparative anatomy, and identification of representatives of major phyla and classes of invertebrates. field-based lab exercises emphasize sampling and identification of orders and families of arthropods and mollusks in local ecosystems. (lecture three hours, laboratory two hours)
Prerequisites: Requirement: successful completion of BIOL 330 or BIOL 340, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
2070BIOL 364Invertebrate Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0114Th3:00 pm - 4:50 pmGrover, Mark20 of 20 open
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Description: A survey of adaptations and classification of invertebrate animals. Characteristics of various taxonomic groups are emphasized within an ecological and evolutionary context. Laboratory activities focus on the functional morphology, comparative anatomy, and identification of representatives of major phyla and classes of invertebrates. field-based lab exercises emphasize sampling and identification of orders and families of arthropods and mollusks in local ecosystems. (lecture three hours, laboratory two hours)
Prerequisites: Requirement: successful completion of BIOL 330 or BIOL 340, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
1679BIOL 399Cancer Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN1055MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amMcConnell, Kristopher20 of 20 open
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Description: Investigating the cellular, molecular and genetic origins of the human diseases classified together as cancer. Utilizing both scientific and popular literature, historical context will be provided and current research aimed at improving both diagnostic and therapeutic options will be explored. Topics include carcinogenesis, oncogenes, tumor suppressors, microenvironment influence, migration, invasion and metastasis.
Prerequisites: BIOL 330 or permission of instructor
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1680BIOL 440Cell Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1014SWEN1056MWF8:00 am - 8:50 amNifoussi, Shanna20 of 20 open
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Description: Study of the subcellular structures, protein synthesis & processing, signal transduction, cell cycle, and cell death pathways. Emphasis is place on research techniques, data analysis and modern application of cellular and molecular biology. There is a heavy emphasis on critical thinking scientific literacy and writing of lab reports in this course. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 330 and CHEM 106 or permission instructor
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1681BIOL 440Cell Biology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0102M3:00 pm - 4:50 pmNifoussi, Shanna20 of 20 open
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Description: Study of the subcellular structures, protein synthesis & processing, signal transduction, cell cycle, and cell death pathways. Emphasis is place on research techniques, data analysis and modern application of cellular and molecular biology. There is a heavy emphasis on critical thinking scientific literacy and writing of lab reports in this course. (Lecture three hours, laboratory two hours.)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 330 and CHEM 106 or permission instructor
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
1683BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0011 - 4Grover, Mark5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1684BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0021 - 4McConnell, Kristopher5 of 5 open
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Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1685BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0031 - 4Nifoussi, Shanna5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1686BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0041 - 4Schuldt, Jeffrey A5 of 5 open
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Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1687BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0051 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1688BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
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0061 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1689BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0071 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1690BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0081 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1691BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0091 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1692BIOL 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0101 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: A course developed in cooperation with faculty or area research laboratories designed to provide students with practical experience in experimental biology. Candidates for this course must outline a research problem and complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. (May be repeated for a total of four credits.) Instructor consent required. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement for Biology major.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1693BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 4Grover, Mark5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1694BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0021 - 4McConnell, Kristopher5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1695BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0031 - 4Nifoussi, Shanna5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1696BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0041 - 4Schuldt, Jeffrey A5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1697BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0051 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1698BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0061 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1699BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0071 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1700BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0081 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1701BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0091 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1702BIOL 496Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0101 - 4Assigned, Staff5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: On-the-job experience with local agencies (e.g. Wisconsin DNR) that provides students with opportunities to apply their skills to practical problems. In collaboration with a faculty sponsor, students must complete a Contract for Independent Learning prior to registration. May be used to satisfy Senior Experience requirement.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1703BIOL 497Senior Year Experience
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0011BARS0108W12:00 pm - 12:50 pmSchuldt, Jeffrey A20 of 20 open
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Description: This course provides instruction to develop and deliver an oral presentation in a scientific conference format to serve as a culminating experience for the Biology major. Presentation topics are connected to a capstone project completed in BIOL 491 Research in Biology or BIOL 496 Internship, either of which must be taken as a pre-requisite or co-requisite course. Meets in face-to-face format 2 hours per week.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
Brewing
1398BREW 101A Sampling of Beer Styles
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
9401ONLINEONLINEW6:00 pm - 7:00 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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Description: This course introduces the history, process, and the modern styles of beer. Topics covered include: history of beer making; basic brew ingredients; discussion of the brewing process; parameters that define differences in beer styles, such as aroma, flavor, color and mouthfeel. Students will be expected to purchase and sample specific beer styles throughout the course. Prerequisites: 21 years of age or older by course start date.
Prerequisites: Student must be 21+ years of age by course start date to register for this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: This course will meet virtually via Zoom. Must be at least 21 years old to register. Contact the Center for Continuing Education at conted@uwsuper.edu with questions or for information. Statement regarding alchol consumption for educational purposes. The presence or consumption of alcohol in this course is for educational purposes only. Students are not expected or encouraged to consume alcohol beyond a sampling. Students are responsible to maintain low-risk drinking guidelines, to drink in a safe manner and location, and to follow all relevant laws and school policies related to alcohol use and consumption. Students with alcohol abuse or dependency, known medical issues, taking medications, or any other matters whereby they should refrain from consuming alcohol should not take this course.
1399BREW 301Science of Brew
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
9403BARS0313M4:00 pm - 8:00 pmLane, James W10 of 10 open
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Description: This course is the first of two required courses in the Science of Brewing Certificate and introduces the processes involved in brewing modern styles of beer as well as the chemical and biological phenomena associated with these processes. Topics covered include: Basic brew ingredients; Discussion of the brewing process; Chemical and biological aspects of brewing ingredients and the brewing processes; Brewing of a chosen beer style using malt extract. Prerequisites: 21 years of age or older by course start date.
Prerequisites: Student must be 21+ years of age by course start date to register for this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: This course is the first of two required courses in the Science of Brewing Certificate and introduces the processes involved in brewing modern styles of beer as well as the chemical and biological phenomena associated with these processes. Topics covered include: Basic brew ingredients; Discussion of the brewing process; Chemical and biological aspects of brewing ingredients and the brewing processes; Brewing of a chosen beer style using malt extract. Prerequisites: 21 years of age or older by course start date to register. Typically Offered:On-Campus: Fall
Business
1759BUS 101Introduction to Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL
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0101
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MWF
9:00 am - 9:50 am
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Garland, Jennifer J25 of 25 open
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Description: This course serves as an introduction to the different majors offered by the School of Business and Economics. The course provides insights into the foundation business knowledge and skills that will be useful for students pursing a professional career in business. Topics include: a survey of management, finance, distribution, production, risk, business law, and other business activities; integrated business simulation, personal finance, business ethics, business computer applications, professional business communication, business career preparation, team-building, as well as good learning habits. SBE Students only; Grade of C- or higher required for SBE majors.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: This class will meet in Erlanson 202.
1767BUS 101Introduction to Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
023ERL
ERL
0202
0101
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MWF
11:00 am - 11:50 am
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Roskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: This course serves as an introduction to the different majors offered by the School of Business and Economics. The course provides insights into the foundation business knowledge and skills that will be useful for students pursing a professional career in business. Topics include: a survey of management, finance, distribution, production, risk, business law, and other business activities; integrated business simulation, personal finance, business ethics, business computer applications, professional business communication, business career preparation, team-building, as well as good learning habits. SBE Students only; Grade of C- or higher required for SBE majors.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: This class will meet in Erlanson 202.
1755BUS 101Introduction to Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
033ERL0205TTh4:00 pm - 5:15 pmChristensen, Ethan25 of 25 open
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Description: This course serves as an introduction to the different majors offered by the School of Business and Economics. The course provides insights into the foundation business knowledge and skills that will be useful for students pursing a professional career in business. Topics include: a survey of management, finance, distribution, production, risk, business law, and other business activities; integrated business simulation, personal finance, business ethics, business computer applications, professional business communication, business career preparation, team-building, as well as good learning habits. SBE Students only; Grade of C- or higher required for SBE majors.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1774BUS 101Introduction to Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEJohnson, Nancy L20 of 20 open
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Description: This course serves as an introduction to the different majors offered by the School of Business and Economics. The course provides insights into the foundation business knowledge and skills that will be useful for students pursing a professional career in business. Topics include: a survey of management, finance, distribution, production, risk, business law, and other business activities; integrated business simulation, personal finance, business ethics, business computer applications, professional business communication, business career preparation, team-building, as well as good learning habits. SBE Students only; Grade of C- or higher required for SBE majors.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1779BUS 211Business Law I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0208MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmLucia, David L25 of 25 open
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Description: Legal principles relating to business transactions. Includes the legal and social environment of business, contracts, choice of business entities, and selected elements of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
1780BUS 211Business Law I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
023ERL0208MWF4:00 pm - 4:50 pmLucia, David L25 of 25 open
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Description: Legal principles relating to business transactions. Includes the legal and social environment of business, contracts, choice of business entities, and selected elements of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
1994BUS 211Business Law I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINECao, Mei5 of 5 open
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Description: Legal principles relating to business transactions. Includes the legal and social environment of business, contracts, choice of business entities, and selected elements of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1778BUS 211Business Law I
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09/04/2024 - 10/27/2024
P013ONLINEONLINELucia, David L20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Legal principles relating to business transactions. Includes the legal and social environment of business, contracts, choice of business entities, and selected elements of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
1768BUS 250Business Intelligence
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0208MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amRoskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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Description: Introduction to business intelligence and data analytics applied in the business environment. Includes the collection, visualization, and analysis of data using PowerBI. Provides the basic concepts and technology that comprise business intelligence and the role of business intelligence in organizations.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is BUS 101
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1769BUS 270Business Statistics
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0201TTh8:30 am - 9:45 amRoskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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Description: Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to business situations. Includes tabular, graphical and numerical summary measures; probability distributions; sampling and sampling distributions; hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; and regression/correlation analysis.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1770BUS 270Business Statistics
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
023ERL0201MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmRoskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to business situations. Includes tabular, graphical and numerical summary measures; probability distributions; sampling and sampling distributions; hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; and regression/correlation analysis.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1773BUS 270Business Statistics
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to business situations. Includes tabular, graphical and numerical summary measures; probability distributions; sampling and sampling distributions; hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; and regression/correlation analysis.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 (Applies to SBE students only)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1753BUS 306Management Science
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0208TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmAjmal, Khadija25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Application of basic quantitative and qualitative techniques for problem solving in production/operations management. Includes linear programming, transportation and network models, inventory models, queuing models, project management, forecasting and decision theory.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non-SBE majors are required to be at Junior status (obtain drop/add form from a SBE-authorized representative, Erlanson Hall, Room 301).
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1997BUS 306Management Science
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINECao, Mei5 of 5 open
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2 of 2
Description: Application of basic quantitative and qualitative techniques for problem solving in production/operations management. Includes linear programming, transportation and network models, inventory models, queuing models, project management, forecasting and decision theory.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non-SBE majors are required to be at Junior status (obtain drop/add form from a SBE-authorized representative, Erlanson Hall, Room 301).
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1775BUS 363Bus Ethics and Soc Respons
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10/28/2024 - 12/19/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEKlous, Amy20 of 20 open
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Description: Explores moral and ethical theories such as ethical fundamentalism. Theories are then applied to 'real world' situations in the United States and around the globe. Covers classic cases in business ethics, current cases and trends such as Sarbanes-Oxley and the social responsibility of business. Especially useful for students studying management, finance, marketing, accounting, and international business.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non-SBE majors are required to be at Junior status (obtain drop/add form from a SBE-authorized representative, Erlanson Hall, Room 301).
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1771BUS 365Data Visual in Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0203MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmRoskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Explores how to design, develop, and maintain data dashboards to track performance changes. Methods on defining and monitoring metrics and key performance indicators with real-world scenarios. Creation of charts and tables to be used in story lines for internal and external business reports.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite is completion of BUS 250, Admittance to SBE or SBE instructor permission
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
2020BUS 366Adv Bus Stats and Applics
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0202TTh10:00 am - 11:15 amRoskoski, Kyle25 of 25 open
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Description: Advanced descriptive and predictive data analytics using spreadsheets and tables. An exploration of various probability distributions, as well as statistical inference under various business scenarios. Applied business analytics skills to various fields such as finance, HR, marketing, health care, supply chain, government, and sports.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite is completion of BUS 250, Admittance to SBE or SBE instructor permission
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1760BUS 370Principles Of Marketing
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmGarland, Jennifer J25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to terms, definitions and concepts integral to the strategic planning and decision-making involving the components of the marketing mix: product, price, promotion, and physical distribution. Emphasis on market analysis, delivering value and establishing competitive advantage. Coverage of current trends in marketing.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1756BUS 370Principles Of Marketing
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
023ERL0205TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmChristensen, Ethan25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to terms, definitions and concepts integral to the strategic planning and decision-making involving the components of the marketing mix: product, price, promotion, and physical distribution. Emphasis on market analysis, delivering value and establishing competitive advantage. Coverage of current trends in marketing.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1996BUS 370Principles Of Marketing
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINECao, Mei5 of 5 open
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2 of 2
Description: Introduction to terms, definitions and concepts integral to the strategic planning and decision-making involving the components of the marketing mix: product, price, promotion, and physical distribution. Emphasis on market analysis, delivering value and establishing competitive advantage. Coverage of current trends in marketing.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1781BUS 370Principles Of Marketing
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09/04/2024 - 10/27/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEStevens, Alis Z20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to terms, definitions and concepts integral to the strategic planning and decision-making involving the components of the marketing mix: product, price, promotion, and physical distribution. Emphasis on market analysis, delivering value and establishing competitive advantage. Coverage of current trends in marketing.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1782BUS 371Consumer Behavior
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10/28/2024 - 12/19/2024
P013ONLINEONLINEStevens, Alis Z20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Application of concepts from the disciplines of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and economics that affect purchase decisions of individuals. Current literature in consumer psychology is explored in its relation to marketing strategy.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE; BUS 370.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring;
1761BUS 375Public Relations
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amGarland, Jennifer J25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to principles, theories and skills of public relations, including a study of its problems, impact and potential.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE; BUS 370 or COMM 170, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1762BUS 380Principles Of Management
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmGarland, Jennifer J25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to the basic tools and requisite knowledge associated with businesses and their management as well as the broad concepts associated with the challenges of managing within organizations. Examines various management functions, and gains in-depth understanding of the working and behavioral complexities that arise in organizations.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1776BUS 380Principles Of Management
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10/28/2024 - 12/19/2024
P013ONLINEONLINELarson, Timothy D20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: Introduction to the basic tools and requisite knowledge associated with businesses and their management as well as the broad concepts associated with the challenges of managing within organizations. Examines various management functions, and gains in-depth understanding of the working and behavioral complexities that arise in organizations.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or (Jr. status and Acct 101, Econ 235, Bus 211, and Bus 270; or instructor permission)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1763BUS 382Human Resource Management
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amGarland, Jennifer J25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Examines current theoretical and research developments related to human resource management and human resource practices as they relate to the planning, recruitment, selection, training, and management of the human resources within an organization.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non-SBE majors are required to be at Junior status (obtain drop/add form from a SBE-authorized representative, Erlanson Hall, Room 301).
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1754BUS 400Business Internship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
Department Consent Required
012 - 7Cao, Mei25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Opportunity for students to earn academic credit by extending classroom learning to area business settings. Students obtain the cooperation of an employer and prepare a learning contract. Pass-Fail only.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE, consent of cooperating instructor and director, SBE.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall or Spring, Sum;
1764BUS 405Entrepreneurship
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0208MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Study of entrepreneurship with an emphasis on small business. Topics include business plan preparation, forms of organization, financing options and management problem solving.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1765BUS 430International Business
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0208MWF3:00 pm - 3:50 pmAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: The course covers international activities of small and medium-sized firms as well as large multinational corporations. Topics include trade strategies, doing business with newly emerging market economies and the functional areas of international business management. Emphasis on the importance of cross-cultural communication.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non SBE majors: junior status (obtain drop/add from SBE authorized representative, Erlanson Hall 301).
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1777BUS 430International Business
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09/04/2024 - 10/27/2024
P013ONLINEONLINELarson, Timothy D20 of 20 open
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5 of 5
Description: The course covers international activities of small and medium-sized firms as well as large multinational corporations. Topics include trade strategies, doing business with newly emerging market economies and the functional areas of international business management. Emphasis on the importance of cross-cultural communication.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE or non SBE majors: junior status (obtain drop/add from SBE authorized representative, Erlanson Hall 301).
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1757BUS 474Retail Marketing
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205TTh10:00 am - 11:15 amChristensen, Ethan25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Principles of establishing and operating a retail business. Topics include retail market analysis and research, store layout, atmospherics, merchandising, pricing, sales, advertising, promotion, inventory management, and examination of current trends. Emphasis on retail strategy and the evolution of shopping culture.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE; BUS 370.
1758BUS 482Marketing Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0205TTh1:00 pm - 2:15 pmChristensen, Ethan25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Designed to help students become intelligent users of marketing research information. Introduction to the variety of qualitative and quantitative methods available to assist marketing managers in decision-making. Explores alternative methods available to collect and analyze data.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE; BUS 370.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1995BUS 483Organization Behav & Develop
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
B073ONLINEONLINECao, Mei5 of 5 open
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Description: Advanced study of organizations, the impact of human factors and management principles, and organization development is used to direct and manage change. Course is designed to build one's understanding of the theories and concepts for managing human behavior in organizations. Focus on case analysis and class exercises. Prerequisites: BUS 380.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE & BUS 380
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring;
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1772BUS 488Independent Study
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Department Consent Required
021 - 3Assigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Concentrated study of various business problems.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE, consent of cooperating instructor and director, SBE.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
2021BUS 488Independent Study
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Department Consent Required
B071 - 3ONLINEONLINECao, Mei3 of 3 open
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0 of 0
Description: Concentrated study of various business problems.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE, consent of cooperating instructor and director, SBE.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: UW-Alliance On-Line Course: Special additional course fee $175 per credit. This fee is in addition to on-campus tuition. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 28th, 2024. This course has a limited number of seats. Register for this course on your E-Hive registration account. When the course is full, we cannot allow any additional registrations. You will receive information regarding this course and the materials required approximately 10 days before the course starts. Contact the School of Business and Economics if you have any questions.
1766BUS 495Strategic Management, Capstone
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
013ERL0202MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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5 of 5
Description: Integrative approach to the formulation and implementation of strategy within business or administrative type organizations. Capstone course drawing on the functional analytical tools, managerial concepts and techniques developed in previous business administration and economics courses and includes a senior experience component.
Prerequisites: Admitted to SBE; BUS 370, BUS 380, and FIN 320.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1262BUS 499Seminar in Business
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HR Management Certificate
09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
9151 - 4Crowell, Sarah15 of 15 open
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15 of 15
Description: Studies of recent trends and practices in business and business education.
Prerequisites: Junior-level status.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall or Spring;
Note: HR Generalist Certificate [fall dates], Instructor Consent Required, Center for Continuing Education course. Prior permission required before registering. Business majors must be accepted into SBE before taking this course; once approved, request a permission number from CCE. Non-Business majors can contact CCE at conted@uwsuper.edu to receive a permission number. Students must attend the following workshops: Foundations of Human Resources; Performance Management; Talent Acquisition; Employee Engagement; Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace; Total Compensation; HR Compliance. Enrollment in the HR Management Certificate is required and includes a registration fee of $50.00 per workshop and a $25.00 fee for the certificate for a total of $425.00. Center for Continuing Education course.
Chemistry
1578CHEM 105General Chemistry I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1015SWEN
SWEN
1056
1004
Th
MWF
2:00 pm - 2:50 pm
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Rios Mendoza, Lorena M30 of 30 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical reactions, gas laws, chemical nomenclature, structure of atoms, chemical bonding, and solutions. Intermediate algebra (MATH 113) or equivalent strongly recommended as prerequisite. (Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory.)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1580CHEM 105General Chemistry I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1025
SWEN

1055
MWF
Th
9:00 am - 9:50 am
3:00 pm - 3:50 pm
Rios Mendoza, Lorena M30 of 30 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical reactions, gas laws, chemical nomenclature, structure of atoms, chemical bonding, and solutions. Intermediate algebra (MATH 113) or equivalent strongly recommended as prerequisite. (Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory.)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: This class meets MWF in Swen 1004 from 9-9:50am with section 101 All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1581CHEM 105General Chemistry I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501BARS0310T9:00 am - 11:50 amAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical reactions, gas laws, chemical nomenclature, structure of atoms, chemical bonding, and solutions. Intermediate algebra (MATH 113) or equivalent strongly recommended as prerequisite. (Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory.)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1582CHEM 105General Chemistry I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
502BARS0310T1:00 pm - 3:50 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical reactions, gas laws, chemical nomenclature, structure of atoms, chemical bonding, and solutions. Intermediate algebra (MATH 113) or equivalent strongly recommended as prerequisite. (Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory.)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1583CHEM 105General Chemistry I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
503BARS0310Th9:00 am - 11:50 amAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical reactions, gas laws, chemical nomenclature, structure of atoms, chemical bonding, and solutions. Intermediate algebra (MATH 113) or equivalent strongly recommended as prerequisite. (Four lectures and one three-hour laboratory.)
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1585CHEM 305Quant Analysis Lecture
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013BARS0210MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amRios Mendoza, Lorena M20 of 20 open
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6 of 6
Description: Introductory lecture course in quantitative chemical analysis with major emphasis on classical, wet chemical methods and chemical equilibria. Topics include: concentration calculations, chemical reaction stoichiometry, equivalent weights and normality, titrimetric and gravimetric determinations, acid-base theory, solubilities and precipitation separations, basic electrochemistry, potentiometry, introduction to uv-visible absorbance spectrophotometry. (Three lectures.)
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of CHEM 106, and corequisite is CHEM 306.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1586CHEM 306Quantitative Analysis Lab
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0012BARS0314T8:00 am - 11:50 amRios Mendoza, Lorena M20 of 20 open
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6 of 6
Description: Introductory laboratory course emphasizing wet chemical methods of quantitative analysis. Representative experiments include titrimetry and basic instrumental determinations. Applications of statistics to data analysis are discussed and applied. (One four-hour lecture/laboratory.)
Prerequisites: CHEM 305 is corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1587CHEM 320Organic Chemistry Lecture I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN1055MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amLane, James W28 of 28 open
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15 of 15
Description: First of a two-semester sequence of courses which make up a standard one-year course in beginning organic chemistry. Study of the structures, properties, preparation and reactions of the major classes of organic compounds. Also includes basic principles of chemical bonding, kinetics, mechanisms and molecular spectroscopy. (Three lectures.)
Prerequisites: CHEM 106 is prerequisite; CHEM 322 AND CHEM 327 are co-requisites.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1588CHEM 322Organic Chemistry Lab I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0011BARS0313Th9:00 am - 11:50 amLane, James W14 of 14 open
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12 of 12
Description: First of a two-semester sequence of laboratory courses which accompany CHEM 320 and 321. Consists of laboratory preparation and study of the chemical and physical properties of compounds of the types covered in CHEM 320-321. Some applications of molecular spectroscopy. (Three-hour laboratory)
Prerequisites: CHEM 320 AND CHEM 327 are co-requisites.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1589CHEM 322Organic Chemistry Lab I
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0021BARS0313Th1:00 pm - 3:50 pmLane, James W14 of 14 open
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12 of 12
Description: First of a two-semester sequence of laboratory courses which accompany CHEM 320 and 321. Consists of laboratory preparation and study of the chemical and physical properties of compounds of the types covered in CHEM 320-321. Some applications of molecular spectroscopy. (Three-hour laboratory)
Prerequisites: CHEM 320 AND CHEM 327 are co-requisites.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1605CHEM 327Molecular Spectroscopy I
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10/29/2024 - 12/13/2024
0011SWEN1055T3:00 pm - 4:50 pmLane, James W20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Elementary introduction to the spectroscopic techniques most frequently used by chemists. Brief summaries of the mechanics of the techniques will be given, but major focus is interpretation of spectra generated by the following techniques: mass spectroscopy, infrared spectroscopy, proton and carbon nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and ultraviolet spectroscopy. Students will be expected to identify and sketch structures of simple organic compounds based on spectral interpretation. (One lecture.)
Prerequisites: CHEM 320 is a corequisite for this class
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1590CHEM 360Introduction to Biochemistry
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN1055MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmLane, James W20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: One-semester survey of principles of biological chemistry. Study of the principal compounds of biochemical importance: proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, their chemistry, metabolic breakdown and biosysthesis, enzymes, co-factors, nucleic acids, regulation of cellular systems. Three lectures.
Prerequisites: CHEM 312 or CHEM 321 are prerequisite.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1591CHEM 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 4Lane, James W5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: Individual laboratory investigation of a selected problem to include a study of the related literature and formal reports. Prerequisites: CHEM 346 and approval of instructor. (May be repeated for up to four credits.)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1592CHEM 491Senior Research
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0021 - 4Rios Mendoza, Lorena M5 of 5 open
Wait List:
0 of 0
Description: Individual laboratory investigation of a selected problem to include a study of the related literature and formal reports. Prerequisites: CHEM 346 and approval of instructor. (May be repeated for up to four credits.)
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1593CHEM 496Senior Paper
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011Lane, James W5 of 5 open
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0 of 0
Description: Preparation of a formal paper on an advanced chemistry topic. Topic must be approved by instructor. Instructor consent required. Topic chosen for CHEM 496 may not be appropriate for CHEM 497. Consult instructor of CHEM 497. Prerequisite or corequisite: CHEM 345.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1594CHEM 496Senior Paper
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0021Rios Mendoza, Lorena M5 of 5 open
Wait List:
0 of 0
Description: Preparation of a formal paper on an advanced chemistry topic. Topic must be approved by instructor. Instructor consent required. Topic chosen for CHEM 496 may not be appropriate for CHEM 497. Consult instructor of CHEM 497. Prerequisite or corequisite: CHEM 345.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1595CHEM 497Senior Seminar In Chemistry
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011Lane, James W6 of 6 open
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0 of 0
Description: Each student prepares and gives one or more oral reports on a chemical topic of interest to the student and approved by instructor. Prerequisites: CHEM 345 or senior standing in Chemistry. One lecture-discussion. Does not count toward 400-level credits for ACS certification.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
1596CHEM 497Senior Seminar In Chemistry
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0021Rios Mendoza, Lorena M6 of 6 open
Wait List:
0 of 0
Description: Each student prepares and gives one or more oral reports on a chemical topic of interest to the student and approved by instructor. Prerequisites: CHEM 345 or senior standing in Chemistry. One lecture-discussion. Does not count toward 400-level credits for ACS certification.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: All Natural Science classes will be assessed a program fee of $12 per credit
Coaching
2054COAC 245Coach Sport-Baseball/Softball
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0012MWC1608MW10:00 am - 10:50 amAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
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15 of 15
Description: Theory and techniques, safety, strategy, training schedules, coaching methods and conditioning.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
1502COAC 250Coaching Fieldwork
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 5Lebard-Rankila, Kim M10 of 10 open
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5 of 5
Description: Experience in coaching sports activities. Each credit equals approximately 36 hours of on-the-job coaching. Consent of instructor is required to register for this course. Pre-student Teaching Clinical Experiences in elementary/middle and high school settings required for education licensure students.
Prerequisites: Admit to T ED for education licensure students
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1503COAC 250Coaching Fieldwork
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
Instructor Consent Required
E11 - 5ONLINEONLINELebard-Rankila, Kim M10 of 10 open
Wait List:
5 of 5
Description: Experience in coaching sports activities. Each credit equals approximately 36 hours of on-the-job coaching. Consent of instructor is required to register for this course. Pre-student Teaching Clinical Experiences in elementary/middle and high school settings required for education licensure students.
Prerequisites: Admit to T ED for education licensure students, Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1540COAC 341Principles & Theory Of Coach
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0012MWC2430TTh1:00 pm - 1:50 pmAssigned, Staff25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Analysis of the role of the coach, including the latest information concerning legal liability, administration/organizational responsibilities; various coaching philosophies, diverse personalities of athletes, developing team cohesion, psychology of coaching and teaching techniques.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is Sophomore standing.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1451COAC 456Found Sport & Exercise Psyc
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0012MWC1701MW1:00 pm - 1:50 pmGeidner, James M25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Psychological and scientific principles as they pertain to understanding participants, sport and exercise environments, group processes, and performance, enhancing health and well-being and facilitating psychological growth and development.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is Sophomore standing.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Spring
Communicating Arts
1660COMM 104Film and Culture
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0023FA2125TTh4:00 pm - 5:50 pmNotbohm, Brent L30 of 30 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students will learn to analyze films from aesthetic and cultural perspectives in a survey of motion pictures from their beginning to the present day. A variety of American and/or international films showing significant artistic development will be screened. The on campus course meets for an additional hour per week to accommodate these in class screenings.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1644COMM 104Film and Culture
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEAustin, Beth C25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students will learn to analyze films from aesthetic and cultural perspectives in a survey of motion pictures from their beginning to the present day. A variety of American and/or international films showing significant artistic development will be screened. The on campus course meets for an additional hour per week to accommodate these in class screenings.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1659COMM 104Film and Culture
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E1A3ONLINEONLINENotbohm, Brent L25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students will learn to analyze films from aesthetic and cultural perspectives in a survey of motion pictures from their beginning to the present day. A variety of American and/or international films showing significant artistic development will be screened. The on campus course meets for an additional hour per week to accommodate these in class screenings.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1723COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2113TTh8:30 am - 9:45 amNotton, Thomas J20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1724COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0023FA2113TTh1:00 pm - 2:15 pmNotton, Thomas J20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1734COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0033FA2113MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amVollrath, Chad Jason20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1735COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0043FA2113MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amVollrath, Chad Jason20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1738COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0053FA2113TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmNaughton, Sean Ryan20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1739COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0063FA2113M4:00 pm - 6:50 pmAustin, Beth C20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1216COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
9413Holden-Kaufman, Rachael25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories of interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address. This course is available ONLY to students who are concurrently enrolled in participating high schools ( Superior High) and UW Superior. Special course fee for college in the high schools of $105.00 per credit.
1646COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEAustin, Beth C20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1909COMM 110Introduction to Communication
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E1A3ONLINEONLINEPeck, Brittnie Star20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to concepts and theories of communication and the application of those theories to interpersonal interactions, small group processes, and public address.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1651COMM 125Acting for the Stage
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2131TTh10:00 am - 11:15 amNaughton, Sean Ryan20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course teaches basic acting techniques in service of creation of character, the art of storytelling, and expanding the capacity to communicate physically and vocally on stage. To develop these techniques, students will learn about physical and psychological acting techniques; read and discuss playscripts; create character analyses; perform monologues and scenes; attend and write a written response to two productions discussing specific acting choices and techniques; and participate in group activities including warm-ups, ensemble exercises, in-class discussions, and offering constructive feedback to fellow artists. No prior acting is required, and non-majors are encouraged to join!
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1638COMM 170Media and Society
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amWielgus, Alison L20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Survey course charts the most significant developments (technological, cultural, regulatory/political, and economic) in the evolution of several media industries. Students examine key aspects of the changing media landscape-fragmented audiences and multiple channels, increasingly concentrated patterns of ownership, changes in representation of gender, sexuality, and ethnicity, globalization the evolution of social media, and fewer sources of, or need for, traditional news-and consider the implications these changes have for individuals, social groups, the economy, culture, and politics. Emphasizes the building of skills in critical media literacy and analysis.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Spring
1740COMM 180Intro to Technical Theatre
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA1183MWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmAssigned, Staff12 of 12 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: A hands-on approach to the art of stagecraft. Students will learn and apply techniques in set construction, lighting and sound, scenic painting and stage properties for theatre productions.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1649COMM 203News Writing and Reporting
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107MWF10:00 am - 10:50 amHansen, Thomas P20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: A basic journalism course in which students practice interviewing sources; covering campus and community events; and writing leads, features, news, and sports stories on deadline. The course offers an introduction to the history of journalism and applies ethical and legal standards in news reporting and writing. Students will follow news and current events involving local, regional, and national topics.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Spring
1736COMM 254Communication Inquiry
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107TTh1:00 pm - 2:15 pmVollrath, Chad Jason20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Exploration of communication theories, everyday ways of theorizing communication, and research methods that help us understand the complex ways communication shapes our lives. Emphasis includes theory development, interpretation and analysis, research methodologies, and research design. Students examine the interconnected relationship between theory and method.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1655COMM 254Communication Inquiry
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENikoi, Ephraim Kotey25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Exploration of communication theories, everyday ways of theorizing communication, and research methods that help us understand the complex ways communication shapes our lives. Emphasis includes theory development, interpretation and analysis, research methodologies, and research design. Students examine the interconnected relationship between theory and method.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1731COMM 261Beginning Digital Filmmaking
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2113MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amNotton, Thomas J12 of 12 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to basic videography with an extensive hands-on investigation of professional non-linear editing theory and technique.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Even Years
1727COMM 261Beginning Digital Filmmaking
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENotton, Thomas J25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to basic videography with an extensive hands-on investigation of professional non-linear editing theory and technique.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Even Years
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1913COMM 301Topics in Media Studies
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3131TTh4:00 pm - 5:15 pmWielgus, Alison L20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Examination of one of the major cycles, movements, nationalities, eras, or genres of motion picture and/or television production. Several feature films and/or television programs exemplifying historically and critically important aspects of the topic will be shown. The on campus course meets for an additional hour per week to accommodate these in class screenings. Different topics are repeatable.
Prerequisites: Completed COMM 104 or COMM 170 or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered: Spring Term Every Other Year
Note: Police and Thieves: Crime Television As long as we have had television, we have had crime television. From early shows set on adhering to strict moral standards to contemporary television focused on antiheroes, television has shaped and been shaped by wider social attitudes about crime. This course will trace how crime, law enforcement, victims, the courts, and the carceral system have been depicted throughout television history, with spotlights on contemporary depictions of the war on drugs, true crime, sexual assault, and police corruption. Series to be screened include Dragnet, Moonlighting, Homicide, Law and Order, The Wire, The Sopranos, Happy Valley, Unbelievable, Brooklyn-99, and We Own This City.
1650COMM 304Digital Story/Social Media
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107MWF2:00 pm - 2:50 pmHansen, Thomas P20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Digital Storytelling and Social Media have become an increasingly important journalistic tool. In this course, students will learn how social media is used to engage audiences, providing news updates and disseminating information across a variety of platforms using test, images, audio and video. Students will study current social media posts by journalists and will learn and to apply the techniques of news reporting via social media.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years; Online: Fall, Even Years
1647COMM 304Digital Story/Social Media
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEAustin, Beth C25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Digital Storytelling and Social Media have become an increasingly important journalistic tool. In this course, students will learn how social media is used to engage audiences, providing news updates and disseminating information across a variety of platforms using test, images, audio and video. Students will study current social media posts by journalists and will learn and to apply the techniques of news reporting via social media.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years; Online: Fall, Even Years
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1910COMM 309Intro Health Comm
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEPeck, Brittnie Star25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course will introduce you to the study of health communication for academic, professional, and personal applications. We will cover a variety of topics and theories from different domains of life, whether patient-provider interactions, public health campaigns, or culture and family. The materials covered in this course will enable students to improve their understanding of the role of communication in their own health and lay the groundwork for greater personal and professional success in areas relating to health and wellness. Lecture and Discussion
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is having completed COMM 110 or consent of instructor., Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1652COMM 324Acting for the Screen
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2113W4:00 pm - 6:50 pmNaughton, Sean Ryan20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: A practicum class focusing on the specific challenges of acting for the camera. In a studio setting, we will explore the technical and artistic demands of acting on film and in commercials. Students will explore techniques for solving on-camera acting challenges and learn methods of preparation for film and commercial work. In addition, we will explore standard practices required for auditioning and self-taping. Through lecture and guest speakers, this class will discuss the realities of working as a professional actor in film, television, and commercials.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is having completed COMM 125 and 261.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
2023COMM 325Topics in Theatre
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA3131TTh1:00 pm - 2:15 pmNaughton, Sean Ryan20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course covers various special topics in the field of theatre and performance. Subjects may include Acting Shakespeare, Voice and Movement, Improvisation, Viewpoints, Audition Workshop, and other advanced theatre topics and techniques. Repeatable up to 12 credits with a change of topic.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking COMM 325 is completion of COMM 125 or Instructor Consent
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1911COMM 332Conflict and Dark Side of Comm
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
Instructor Consent Required
E13ONLINEONLINEPeck, Brittnie Star25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Theoretical and applied exploration and analysis of communication in diverse conflict contexts.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1653COMM 350Creative Collaboration
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 3Naughton, Sean Ryan20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Specialized study and/or practice in theatrical production. Students register for 1-3 credits based upon the part, assignment and/or duties they have in a particular production. Instructor consent required. repeatable up to 12 credits. Arranged.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1648COMM 353Persuasion
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
Instructor Consent Required
E13ONLINEONLINEAustin, Beth C25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Critically examines how persuasive communication shapes public opinion and public discourse. Students will analyze the techniques and tools persuaders use to promote audience adoption of attitudes and behaviors.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm, Prerequisite for taking this course is having completed COMM 110 or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1912COMM 354Comm Research Methods
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEPeck, Brittnie Star25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course is designed to help students gain an understanding of and appreciation for the use of research as a tool for professional activities in the real world. We will use a research-as-argument approach to learn the basics of effective research, but also focus on research and information literacy as a means of becoming more insightful consumers of information. In this course, you will become familiar with the concepts and skills underlying a systematic approach to conducting research, including basic research terminology, the scientific method, use of theory and models, the value of qualitative and quantitative research, research ethics. Over the course of the semester, you will also learn about effective argumentation, one of the most important components of understanding and conducting research, while focusing on the relationships between claim, data and warrants. We will explore multiple perspectives for learning about and researching communication, including a balanced approach to the interpretive, critical, and discovery paradigms. Ultimately, this course is geared towards developing the tools necessary for thinking critically about and discovering the answers to our unanswered questions about the world around us. Lecture and Discussion
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking COMM 354 is completion of COMM 167, COMM 170 and COMM 254, or instructor consent., Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Even Years;
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1642COMM 403Exp. Learning in Multimedia
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0011 - 3Hansen, Thomas P20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Specialized intensive practice in multimedia journalism activities. Experience must be designed in consultation with the course instructor and will provide an on-campus apprenticeship experience in partnership with The Promethean, Wisconsin Public Radio (KUWS), Yellowjacket Athletics, and/or University Marketing and Communications. Minimum 45 hours per credit. Instructor consent required. Repeatable. Contract from the instructor prior to enrolling. Arranged.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Note: Specialized intensive practice in multimedia journalism activities. Experience must be designed in consultation with the course instructor and will provide an on-campus apprenticeship experience in partnership with The Promethean, Wisconsin Public Radio (KUWS), Yellowjacket Athletics, and/or University Marketing and Communications. Minimum 45 hours per credit. Instructor consent required. Repeatable. Contract from the instructor prior to enrolling. Arranged
1661COMM 462Advanced Digital Filmmaking
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
0013FA2123TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmNotbohm, Brent L12 of 12 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Project-intensive course in which students produce, direct, and edit advanced digital film projects. A variety of theories, techniques, and methods will be studied and applied to the student productions. Repeatable up to 6 credits.
Prerequisites: COMM 361 or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring;
1656COMM 467Advanced Intercultural Comm
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107TTh2:30 pm - 3:45 pmNikoi, Ephraim Kotey20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Advanced analysis of the communication dimensions involved in enhancing intercultural interactions. Focus is on identity and communication and their relationship to each other in a diverse world.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1657COMM 467Advanced Intercultural Comm
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINENikoi, Ephraim Kotey25 of 25 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Advanced analysis of the communication dimensions involved in enhancing intercultural interactions. Focus is on identity and communication and their relationship to each other in a diverse world.
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1737COMM 495Special Topics Seminar
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107TTh10:00 am - 11:15 amVollrath, Chad Jason20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Specially designed seminar on any number of diverse topics within Communicating Arts. Repeatable up to twelve credits.
Typically Offered: Online: Select Semesters
Note: The 1990s: No phones. No social media. No Google. No online dating. No email. No laptops. Imagine a world before we became digital. “The 1990s” explores the intersection of culture and communication in the US during the decade that ushered in the “digital revolution” and the “Age of the Internet.” Students will study the music, literature, film, video games, television, and political and intellectual culture of the 90s to critically reflect on how our interpersonal and public communication practices are shaped by our cultural environments. Student projects will be largely presentation-based, and will focus on mastering the skills involved in genres of communication they are likely to encounter in professional settings, including: Building and presenting engaging slide decks, leveraging AI to optimize workflow, research synthesis and presentation strategies, creating effective “explainers,” visual communication strategies, and public speaking.
1658COMM 497Senior Seminar
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013FA2107W4:00 pm - 6:50 pmNikoi, Ephraim Kotey20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: This course assesses the communication competencies of majors in our program through a single, semester-long capstone project. Project topics and form will be developed in class in coordination with the instructor and students. Successful completion of this course fulfills the Communication Concentration Capstone requirement.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for enrolling in COMM 497 is successful completion of COMM 167, COMM 170, COMM 254, and COMM 354, or instructor consent.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall & Spring
Computer Science
1371CSCI 101Intro to Computer Science
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
Instructor Consent Required
9V23MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amTotushek, Jonathan Paul30 of 30 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: A first course in computer science providing a survey of current topics as well as core programming and related problems solving skills. Satisfies the mathematics requirement for University Studies.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is the Mathematics Placement Test, or successful completion of MATH 090
Typically Offered: On-campus: Select Semesters;
Note: A first course in computer science providing a survey of current topics as well as core programming and related problems solving skills. Satisfies the mathematics requirement for University Studies. Dual Enrollment, ITV zoom course. This course is open for high school students only. Special course fee for college in the high school of $205.00/credit. $10/per credit book fee. For permission to be enrolled in this course, students must attend a 15-30 minute, virtual orientation session; contact Emily Groves at egroves1@uwsuper.edu for approval
1951CSCI 201Introduction to Programming
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
1013SWEN3011MWF11:00 am - 11:50 amDeVries, Jerad Scott24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: A first programming course for students with a serious interest in computing. Topics include: data types and variables; memory and representation of data; control structures; primitive and reference data types; methods and modular programming; introduction to abstract data types and classes, and encapsulation; simple algorithms; recursion; and programming conventions and style all done in a formal programming language.
Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 095 with a grade of C- or better or Mathematics Placement Test of MATH 112 or higher.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1952CSCI 201Introduction to Programming
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
501SWEN3011T11:00 am - 11:50 amDeVries, Jerad Scott24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: A first programming course for students with a serious interest in computing. Topics include: data types and variables; memory and representation of data; control structures; primitive and reference data types; methods and modular programming; introduction to abstract data types and classes, and encapsulation; simple algorithms; recursion; and programming conventions and style all done in a formal programming language.
Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 095 with a grade of C- or better or Mathematics Placement Test of MATH 112 or higher.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1953CSCI 201Introduction to Programming
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E13ONLINEONLINEDeVries, Jerad Scott25 of 25 open
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15 of 15
Description: A first programming course for students with a serious interest in computing. Topics include: data types and variables; memory and representation of data; control structures; primitive and reference data types; methods and modular programming; introduction to abstract data types and classes, and encapsulation; simple algorithms; recursion; and programming conventions and style all done in a formal programming language.
Prerequisites: Completion of MATH 095 with a grade of C- or better or Mathematics Placement Test of MATH 112 or higher., Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1948CSCI 224Assembly Language Program
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0014SWEN1017MTWF1:00 pm - 1:50 pmBezroukov, Sergei24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: Fundamentals of Assembly language programming with an emphasis to microcontroller programming. Topics include: binary representation of numbers and strings, fundamentals of ARM microcontroller architecture; types of memory; access; arithmetic and logical operations; conditional processing; functions and procedures; bit and string processing; recursion and stack manipulation; floating-point programming; interrupt handling; hardware configuration; fundamentals of C programming language; combining assembly with C. Lecture and Lab.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is an acceptable score on the Mathematics Placement Test or completion of an appropriate course. MATH 113 recommended.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1949CSCI 224Assembly Language Program
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E14ONLINEONLINEBezroukov, Sergei25 of 25 open
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15 of 15
Description: Fundamentals of Assembly language programming with an emphasis to microcontroller programming. Topics include: binary representation of numbers and strings, fundamentals of ARM microcontroller architecture; types of memory; access; arithmetic and logical operations; conditional processing; functions and procedures; bit and string processing; recursion and stack manipulation; floating-point programming; interrupt handling; hardware configuration; fundamentals of C programming language; combining assembly with C. Lecture and Lab.
Prerequisites: Prerequisite for taking this course is an acceptable score on the Mathematics Placement Test or completion of an appropriate course. MATH 113 recommended., Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1970CSCI 303Algorithms and Data Structures
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0014SWEN1017MTWF10:00 am - 10:50 amRosenberg, Steven J24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: Continuation of CSCI 202. Concepts and implementation techniques for various algorithms and related data structures of particular interest to computer scientists; counting techniques and analysis of the complexity (efficiency) of algorithms. Topics include: stacks and queues, hashing, graphs and trees, data compression, game strategy, and related algorithms.
Prerequisites: CSCI 202 with a grade of C- or better is prerequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
1971CSCI 303Algorithms and Data Structures
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09/04/2024 - 12/19/2024
E14ONLINEONLINERosenberg, Steven J25 of 25 open
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10 of 10
Description: Continuation of CSCI 202. Concepts and implementation techniques for various algorithms and related data structures of particular interest to computer scientists; counting techniques and analysis of the complexity (efficiency) of algorithms. Topics include: stacks and queues, hashing, graphs and trees, data compression, game strategy, and related algorithms.
Prerequisites: CSCI 202 with a grade of C- or better is prerequisite for taking this course., Students must be admitted to the distance learning program to enroll in this class. On-campus students can enroll as of 04/22/24. DL tuition and fees apply: http://www.uwsuper.edu/bursar/fees/index.cfm
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall
Note: This class is open to both DL and on campus students. On campus students can enroll as of 04/15/24 (no petition required). Tuition is not part of the plateau; online fees apply. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60. For tuition and fee schedules see www.uwsuper.edu/bursar
1947CSCI 451Operating Systems
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0014SWEN1017MTWF11:00 am - 11:50 amBezroukov, Sergei24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: In-depth study of the concepts, issues, and algorithms related to the design and implementation of operating systems. Topics include: process management, process synchronization and inter-process communication; memory management; virtual memory; interrupt handling; processor scheduling; device management; I/O; file systems; and introduction to networking and network security. Students conduct programming projects and case studies to investigate modern operating systems such as Solaris, Linux, and Windows.
Prerequisites: The prerequisite for taking this course is having completed CSCI 201.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
1969CSCI 499Group Capstone Project
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN1017MWF9:00 am - 9:50 amRosenberg, Steven J24 of 24 open
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10 of 10
Description: Group projects in software engineering are carried out by students under supervision of a faculty member to serve community organization. Qualifies as an Academic Service-Learning course (see Academic Service-Learning for more details).
Prerequisites: The prerequisite for taking this course is having completed CSCI 340.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall;
Counselor Education
1053COUN 702Counseling Theories
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2034T4:30 pm - 7:30 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Analysis of counseling theories and practices. Examines several of the major theories -- historic and current -- of counseling. Serves as an introduction to the field of counseling and to illustrate the diversity of theoretical approaches which exist. Students develop a preliminary theoretical philosophy of counseling. One of three courses -- COUN 702, 704, 706 -- that serve as a foundation to the profession and the program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the on-campus Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1801COUN 702Counseling Theories
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Analysis of counseling theories and practices. Examines several of the major theories -- historic and current -- of counseling. Serves as an introduction to the field of counseling and to illustrate the diversity of theoretical approaches which exist. Students develop a preliminary theoretical philosophy of counseling. One of three courses -- COUN 702, 704, 706 -- that serve as a foundation to the profession and the program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1802COUN 702Counseling Theories
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Analysis of counseling theories and practices. Examines several of the major theories -- historic and current -- of counseling. Serves as an introduction to the field of counseling and to illustrate the diversity of theoretical approaches which exist. Students develop a preliminary theoretical philosophy of counseling. One of three courses -- COUN 702, 704, 706 -- that serve as a foundation to the profession and the program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1803COUN 702Counseling Theories
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE33ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Analysis of counseling theories and practices. Examines several of the major theories -- historic and current -- of counseling. Serves as an introduction to the field of counseling and to illustrate the diversity of theoretical approaches which exist. Students develop a preliminary theoretical philosophy of counseling. One of three courses -- COUN 702, 704, 706 -- that serve as a foundation to the profession and the program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1052COUN 704Introduction to Counseling
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2034M4:30 pm - 7:30 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Overview of the clinical mental health counseling profession and its areas of specialization, training, and concern. It examines program development and administration, relevant laws and applications, as well as one's professional identity as a counselor. The course covers areas such as prevention, consultation and advocacy. It is one of three courses (COUN 702, 704, 706) that serve as a foundation to the profession and program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the on-campus Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1807COUN 704Introduction to Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Overview of the clinical mental health counseling profession and its areas of specialization, training, and concern. It examines program development and administration, relevant laws and applications, as well as one's professional identity as a counselor. The course covers areas such as prevention, consultation and advocacy. It is one of three courses (COUN 702, 704, 706) that serve as a foundation to the profession and program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1808COUN 704Introduction to Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Overview of the clinical mental health counseling profession and its areas of specialization, training, and concern. It examines program development and administration, relevant laws and applications, as well as one's professional identity as a counselor. The course covers areas such as prevention, consultation and advocacy. It is one of three courses (COUN 702, 704, 706) that serve as a foundation to the profession and program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1809COUN 704Introduction to Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE33ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Overview of the clinical mental health counseling profession and its areas of specialization, training, and concern. It examines program development and administration, relevant laws and applications, as well as one's professional identity as a counselor. The course covers areas such as prevention, consultation and advocacy. It is one of three courses (COUN 702, 704, 706) that serve as a foundation to the profession and program.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1813COUN 706Pre-practicum
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Counseling Processes introduces counseling skill development, emphasizing the skills essential in the interview and rapport building process. Students develop a thorough understanding of the counseling process as well as the role and function of the counselor. Students also develop self-awareness so the counselor-client relationship is therapeutic and so the counselor sets and maintains appropriate professional boundaries. Examines ethical and legal considerations inherent in the counseling process.
Prerequisites: COUN 702 and 704 are prerequisites for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1814COUN 706Pre-practicum
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Counseling Processes introduces counseling skill development, emphasizing the skills essential in the interview and rapport building process. Students develop a thorough understanding of the counseling process as well as the role and function of the counselor. Students also develop self-awareness so the counselor-client relationship is therapeutic and so the counselor sets and maintains appropriate professional boundaries. Examines ethical and legal considerations inherent in the counseling process.
Prerequisites: COUN 702 and 704 are prerequisites for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
2067COUN 708Intro Prof School Counseling
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2033M4:30 pm - 7:30 pmAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Overview of essential school counseling services and the role and function of the school counselor with emphasis on developing, and managing, and evaluating a comprehensive counseling program within the realms of an entire school. Covers the seven pupil services content standards and additional information pertaining to the other members of the pupil service team with whom the counselor works. Integrates special education, technology, legal and ethical issues.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the on-campus Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1818COUN 708Intro Prof School Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Overview of essential school counseling services and the role and function of the school counselor with emphasis on developing, and managing, and evaluating a comprehensive counseling program within the realms of an entire school. Covers the seven pupil services content standards and additional information pertaining to the other members of the pupil service team with whom the counselor works. Integrates special education, technology, legal and ethical issues.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1819COUN 708Intro Prof School Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Overview of essential school counseling services and the role and function of the school counselor with emphasis on developing, and managing, and evaluating a comprehensive counseling program within the realms of an entire school. Covers the seven pupil services content standards and additional information pertaining to the other members of the pupil service team with whom the counselor works. Integrates special education, technology, legal and ethical issues.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1054COUN 712Family Counseling
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2034W4:30 pm - 7:30 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to family systems theory and family therapy techniques. Students develop an understanding of the current epistemological base of family system's theory, major contributors, and specifically review structural, strategic, behavioral and communications approaches to family counseling. Students review the organization and dynamics of their own families, coming to understand how their families impact their world perceptions and everyday behavior.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the on-campus Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1822COUN 712Family Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to family systems theory and family therapy techniques. Students develop an understanding of the current epistemological base of family system's theory, major contributors, and specifically review structural, strategic, behavioral and communications approaches to family counseling. Students review the organization and dynamics of their own families, coming to understand how their families impact their world perceptions and everyday behavior.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1823COUN 712Family Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Introduction to family systems theory and family therapy techniques. Students develop an understanding of the current epistemological base of family system's theory, major contributors, and specifically review structural, strategic, behavioral and communications approaches to family counseling. Students review the organization and dynamics of their own families, coming to understand how their families impact their world perceptions and everyday behavior.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1827COUN 714Family Group Systems
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Integrates, at the next level of professional competence, family theory and family counseling techniques presented in preparatory courses. This course assumes that students in attendance are seeking skill development that will assist in meeting family counselor professional certification standards, (State and or National certifications). The course further assumes that students have explored their own family issues and will continue to do so through this course, as the course is in part experiential. Students will closely review the isomorphic processes reflected within their own familial systems that are reflected in their counseling approach and theory preferences. Students will assume the professional functions of a family counselor through current literature, development of professional vita and exploration of certification. At the successful conclusion of this course, students are assumed to be ready to provide supervised family counseling service.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1829COUN 716Couple and Marital Counseling
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: While the concept of family seems to be defined and redefined through generational context the need of the individual to be “affiliated” continues to highlight the dyadic relationships importance to the emotional and social survival of the individual. This course then, is designed to explore intimate dyadic relationships and their importance to the concept of family, family development and society. Reviews select couple and family dynamics such as basic assumptions of human intimacy (variations), marriage (dissolution and remarriage), mate selection, communications, human sexuality, family crises, parenting, and aging. Through lectures, experiential exercise, reading, and class discussion family theory and technique will be instigated so as to provide conceptualizations toward therapeutic intervention.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1831COUN 718Crisis Interven and Fam Trma
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: This course offers: 1) A history of the development and progression of crisis counseling as a specialization in the mental health field, 2) A survey of current crisis counseling models and how they can be applied in a wide range of contexts, 3) Examining the foundation of components of trauma on the stress response system and display, 4) Familiarity with suicide risk assessment, intervention and mandatory reporting, 5) An examination of the intrapersonal and interpersonal impact crises have on people, 6) A discussion on the legal and ethical issues pertaining to crisis and disaster counseling and, 7) An in-depth Family Systems-oriented treatment and application of these principles and standards specifically to families in crisis and how counselors can understand and address the unique dynamics that arise when a family unit faces loss and trauma.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1834COUN 720Play Therapy
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Focuses on how the counselor can facilitate self-expression in the counseling context with clients, primarily children, who may have difficulty expressing themselves verbally. Play Therapy History; seminal or historically significant theories; skills and methods; and cultural and social diversity topics will be covered.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1836COUN 722Coun Children/Adoles
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Adolescents represent a clientele in transition. This course examines key aspects in their development (biological, cognitive, emotional, and social) and their relationships in the various contexts that influence behaviors and attitudes. Common issues of adolescence as well as various interventions are covered from a developmental context. Students learn how to facilitate client self-expression primarily through brief therapeutic techniques and how to consult with supervising adults. While the focus is on normal development, course also touches on at-risk/problematic behavior and thoughts.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1838COUN 724Behavior Modification
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Behavior management principles applied to mental disorders and to improve learning and behavioral outcomes. Students learn how to apply these principles and techniques to aid individuals in the change process. Students plan, implement, and evaluate a self-change project which will demonstrate their understanding of the theory and techniques of behavioral self management. Students will conduct a functional behavior analysis to develop interventions and/or apply a clinical treatment plan to address client psychopathology.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1839COUN 724Behavior Modification
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Behavior management principles applied to mental disorders and to improve learning and behavioral outcomes. Students learn how to apply these principles and techniques to aid individuals in the change process. Students plan, implement, and evaluate a self-change project which will demonstrate their understanding of the theory and techniques of behavioral self management. Students will conduct a functional behavior analysis to develop interventions and/or apply a clinical treatment plan to address client psychopathology.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1842COUN 726Devel Coun Comp Prgmg
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Developing the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to deliver developmental lessons in the classroom that are appropriate to all ages. Covers classroom management. Students develop components of the ASCA and Wisconsin Developmental Models and lessons specific to the ages of the children they intend to counsel. Emerging problems in the schools, such as bullying, sexual harassment, and abuse are covered. Class covers the 10 WDPI Teacher and Pupil Services Standards.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1845COUN 728Career Counseling
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Provides an understanding of theories of vocational choice and vocational development. Students learn methods of evaluating, promoting, and enhancing, vocational development in individuals from a diversity of backgrounds. They examine ethical and legal considerations inherent in the career counseling process. Also emphasizes student application of traditional and technology-based career assessment techniques. Students participate in experiential activities that focus on the career development of themselves and others.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1846COUN 728Career Counseling
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides an understanding of theories of vocational choice and vocational development. Students learn methods of evaluating, promoting, and enhancing, vocational development in individuals from a diversity of backgrounds. They examine ethical and legal considerations inherent in the career counseling process. Also emphasizes student application of traditional and technology-based career assessment techniques. Students participate in experiential activities that focus on the career development of themselves and others.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1850COUN 730Human Growth and Development
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Surveys the key physical, cognitive, and social-emotional milestones across the life-span, how these interact with an individual's adaptation ability, and the implications for mental health professionals. Focuses on 1) the key concepts of the major theories of development; 2) examination of normal developmental stages across the life-span and the influence of social forces differences in development based on sex/gender, age, class, race, ability, and cultural background; psychosocial adaptation in the school/work, family, and peer systems; and implications for mental health and school counseling professionals. Includes legal and ethical issues and strategies for interventions to enhance development.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1851COUN 730Human Growth and Development
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Surveys the key physical, cognitive, and social-emotional milestones across the life-span, how these interact with an individual's adaptation ability, and the implications for mental health professionals. Focuses on 1) the key concepts of the major theories of development; 2) examination of normal developmental stages across the life-span and the influence of social forces differences in development based on sex/gender, age, class, race, ability, and cultural background; psychosocial adaptation in the school/work, family, and peer systems; and implications for mental health and school counseling professionals. Includes legal and ethical issues and strategies for interventions to enhance development.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1855COUN 734Chemical Depend and Family
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assessment and intervention techniques with individuals and families in which one or more other family members is chemically dependent. Provides an overview of the process of addiction, treatment and recovery approaches, relapse prevention, developmental issues related to addiction and treatment and prevention planning in regard to addiction. Specific techniques to intervene with spouses of alcoholics, children of alcoholics (minor children and/or adults) and extended family members are included. Also reviews the impact of other addictive behaviors on the family.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1856COUN 734Chemical Depend and Family
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assessment and intervention techniques with individuals and families in which one or more other family members is chemically dependent. Provides an overview of the process of addiction, treatment and recovery approaches, relapse prevention, developmental issues related to addiction and treatment and prevention planning in regard to addiction. Specific techniques to intervene with spouses of alcoholics, children of alcoholics (minor children and/or adults) and extended family members are included. Also reviews the impact of other addictive behaviors on the family.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1859COUN 738Multicultural Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students conduct an in-depth self-analysis regarding the manner in which counselor and client values, perceptions, attitudes, acculturative experiences, and communication styles impact the counseling process. Students are encouraged to conduct an in-depth cultural self-analysis regarding the issues they have inherited from their own culture as it relates to helping multicultural clients. Furthermore, students learn theories, skills, and cross-cultural counseling strategies necessary in working with ethnically and culturally diverse clients. The cross-cultural counseling strategies include both group and individual techniques. Students examine any ethical and legal considerations inherent in the counseling process in regards to clients from a diversity of backgrounds. Designed for counselors already working in the field, and current graduate counseling students. Also helpful for any professional who regularly deals with multicultural individuals.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1860COUN 738Multicultural Counseling
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students conduct an in-depth self-analysis regarding the manner in which counselor and client values, perceptions, attitudes, acculturative experiences, and communication styles impact the counseling process. Students are encouraged to conduct an in-depth cultural self-analysis regarding the issues they have inherited from their own culture as it relates to helping multicultural clients. Furthermore, students learn theories, skills, and cross-cultural counseling strategies necessary in working with ethnically and culturally diverse clients. The cross-cultural counseling strategies include both group and individual techniques. Students examine any ethical and legal considerations inherent in the counseling process in regards to clients from a diversity of backgrounds. Designed for counselors already working in the field, and current graduate counseling students. Also helpful for any professional who regularly deals with multicultural individuals.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1864COUN 740Counseling and Human Sexuality
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides counselors with a contemporary understanding of human sexuality and gender issues, myths, and problems (physical/biological, emotional, social, cultural) for people (married and not) considering, engaging in, and/or 'recovering' from sexual relationships. Includes interventions and treatment approaches. While the course is a requirement for Marriage and the Family Therapist Licensure, it is open to all interested counseling students.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1055COUN 742Psychopathology
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09/04/2024 - 12/13/2024
0013SWEN2034Th4:30 pm - 7:30 pmAssigned, Staff20 of 20 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Study of abnormal behavior, including classification of various disorders, descriptions of causal factors, methods of assessment, prevention and treatment. Includes examining the current diagnostic system, DSM-5. Students develop an awareness of the limitations of the current diagnostic system along with multicultural and ethical considerations. Also teaches students how to integrate results from psychological assessment into the diagnostic process.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the on-campus Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
1866COUN 742Psychopathology
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Study of abnormal behavior, including classification of various disorders, descriptions of causal factors, methods of assessment, prevention and treatment. Includes examining the current diagnostic system, DSM-5. Students develop an awareness of the limitations of the current diagnostic system along with multicultural and ethical considerations. Also teaches students how to integrate results from psychological assessment into the diagnostic process.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1867COUN 742Psychopathology
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Study of abnormal behavior, including classification of various disorders, descriptions of causal factors, methods of assessment, prevention and treatment. Includes examining the current diagnostic system, DSM-5. Students develop an awareness of the limitations of the current diagnostic system along with multicultural and ethical considerations. Also teaches students how to integrate results from psychological assessment into the diagnostic process.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1871COUN 744Clinic Ment Hlth Diag & Treat
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides students with an in-depth knowledge base of clinical mental health counseling diagnosis and treatment planning. Cover the diagnostic process, including differential diagnosis and the use of diagnostic classification systems such as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-V (DSM-5). Training on administration of intake interview, mental status evaluation, biopsychosocial history, mental health history, and psychological assessment for treatment planning and caseload management; and techniques and interventions related to a broad range of mental health issues. Students will develop clinical writing skill for competence with clients. Treatment planning will focus primarily on cognitive behavioral theory and applied intervention strategies based in outcome research.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1872COUN 744Clinic Ment Hlth Diag & Treat
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Provides students with an in-depth knowledge base of clinical mental health counseling diagnosis and treatment planning. Cover the diagnostic process, including differential diagnosis and the use of diagnostic classification systems such as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-V (DSM-5). Training on administration of intake interview, mental status evaluation, biopsychosocial history, mental health history, and psychological assessment for treatment planning and caseload management; and techniques and interventions related to a broad range of mental health issues. Students will develop clinical writing skill for competence with clients. Treatment planning will focus primarily on cognitive behavioral theory and applied intervention strategies based in outcome research.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1876COUN 750Practicum/Internship
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE11.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of their theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding their effectiveness as a counselor. Practicum includes 100 hours of practice, including 40 direct client/student contact. (For Graduate Education Online Class Sections it is 1.5 credits per term for a total of 3 credits for the semester. GEO course is repeatable). *After 10 weeks, with approval from the Practicum Instructor, site supervisor, and student's program advisor, a student may start accruing Internship hours once Practicum hour requirements are satisfactorily met. Additionally, all requirements for Internship (COUN 756 or COUN 758) must be met for this to occur.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1882COUN 750Practicum/Internship
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE11.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of their theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding their effectiveness as a counselor. Practicum includes 100 hours of practice, including 40 direct client/student contact. (For Graduate Education Online Class Sections it is 1.5 credits per term for a total of 3 credits for the semester. GEO course is repeatable). *After 10 weeks, with approval from the Practicum Instructor, site supervisor, and student's program advisor, a student may start accruing Internship hours once Practicum hour requirements are satisfactorily met. Additionally, all requirements for Internship (COUN 756 or COUN 758) must be met for this to occur.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1883COUN 750Practicum/Internship
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE21.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of their theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding their effectiveness as a counselor. Practicum includes 100 hours of practice, including 40 direct client/student contact. (For Graduate Education Online Class Sections it is 1.5 credits per term for a total of 3 credits for the semester. GEO course is repeatable). *After 10 weeks, with approval from the Practicum Instructor, site supervisor, and student's program advisor, a student may start accruing Internship hours once Practicum hour requirements are satisfactorily met. Additionally, all requirements for Internship (COUN 756 or COUN 758) must be met for this to occur.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1877COUN 750Practicum/Internship
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE21.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of their theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding their effectiveness as a counselor. Practicum includes 100 hours of practice, including 40 direct client/student contact. (For Graduate Education Online Class Sections it is 1.5 credits per term for a total of 3 credits for the semester. GEO course is repeatable). *After 10 weeks, with approval from the Practicum Instructor, site supervisor, and student's program advisor, a student may start accruing Internship hours once Practicum hour requirements are satisfactorily met. Additionally, all requirements for Internship (COUN 756 or COUN 758) must be met for this to occur.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Spring; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1892COUN 751Practicum (School Coun)
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE11.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process with clients. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of his or her theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients, diagnose problems, and develop treatment plans; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding his or her effectiveness as a counselor.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1887COUN 751Practicum (School Coun)
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE11.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process with clients. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of his or her theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients, diagnose problems, and develop treatment plans; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding his or her effectiveness as a counselor.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1888COUN 751Practicum (School Coun)
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE21.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process with clients. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of his or her theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients, diagnose problems, and develop treatment plans; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding his or her effectiveness as a counselor.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1893COUN 751Practicum (School Coun)
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE21.5 - 3ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff10 of 10 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Assists students in making the transition from theoretical understanding of counseling principles and processes to therapeutic process with clients. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills and refine their knowledge and skills in the following areas: integration of his or her theoretical approach to counseling competence in the basic counseling skills with a focus on individual and group counseling as learned in prior coursework; the ability to identify and assess presenting concerns of clients, diagnose problems, and develop treatment plans; and an ability to present case studies, dialogue, and consult with other professionals regarding his or her effectiveness as a counselor.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1897COUN 752Group Practicum
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to group counseling including an understanding of group processes, techniques, role of group members and leaders, ethics, and culture, selected group phenomena, processing of group dynamics and therapeutic movement, application of theory and theoretical techniques. The student is required to form and lead a group using a theoretical orientation, and to process the experience through tapes and class discussions.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1902COUN 752Group Practicum
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to group counseling including an understanding of group processes, techniques, role of group members and leaders, ethics, and culture, selected group phenomena, processing of group dynamics and therapeutic movement, application of theory and theoretical techniques. The student is required to form and lead a group using a theoretical orientation, and to process the experience through tapes and class discussions.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1898COUN 752Group Practicum
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to group counseling including an understanding of group processes, techniques, role of group members and leaders, ethics, and culture, selected group phenomena, processing of group dynamics and therapeutic movement, application of theory and theoretical techniques. The student is required to form and lead a group using a theoretical orientation, and to process the experience through tapes and class discussions.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1903COUN 752Group Practicum
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Introduction to group counseling including an understanding of group processes, techniques, role of group members and leaders, ethics, and culture, selected group phenomena, processing of group dynamics and therapeutic movement, application of theory and theoretical techniques. The student is required to form and lead a group using a theoretical orientation, and to process the experience through tapes and class discussions.
Prerequisites: COUN 706 is prerequisite or corequisite for taking this course., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1918COUN 756Internship-School (preK-12)
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. WI law requires that school counseling graduates be prepared to counsel students in grades K-12. If you are interning in a school that has just primary and secondary divisions, the hours are split 50-50 (120-120 direct). Some districts are now using a tri-level split, with 200 hours split between three levels (Elementary, Middle School and High School). However students split the internship hours, a minimum of 240 hours of the total hours in 'direct service' through counseling individual students and small groups of students and providing classroom curriculum delivery sessions is required. This field work is combined with a weekly group seminar providing additional supervision and group discussions of topics relevant to the professional practice of school counseling. Audio/video tapes, live supervision, and written transcripts will be required to facilitate supervision. For on-campus program: Students planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semester should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For online program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. School Counseling students cannot complete the full internship experience in summer, only up to one summer term may be taken. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., Completion of COUN 750 or COUN 751 and COUN 752 are prerequisites for taking this course
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1914COUN 756Internship-School (preK-12)
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. WI law requires that school counseling graduates be prepared to counsel students in grades K-12. If you are interning in a school that has just primary and secondary divisions, the hours are split 50-50 (120-120 direct). Some districts are now using a tri-level split, with 200 hours split between three levels (Elementary, Middle School and High School). However students split the internship hours, a minimum of 240 hours of the total hours in 'direct service' through counseling individual students and small groups of students and providing classroom curriculum delivery sessions is required. This field work is combined with a weekly group seminar providing additional supervision and group discussions of topics relevant to the professional practice of school counseling. Audio/video tapes, live supervision, and written transcripts will be required to facilitate supervision. For on-campus program: Students planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semester should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For online program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. School Counseling students cannot complete the full internship experience in summer, only up to one summer term may be taken. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: Completion of COUN 750 or COUN 751 and COUN 752 are prerequisites for taking this course, The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Fall, Spring, & Sum; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1922COUN 758Intern-Clinical MCF/HlpFoun
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. Off-campus professional work sites provide students practical experience while weekly class sessions provide support/supervision for work-site activities. Students' skill integration will be monitored and modified through class discussion, written assignments, class exercises and one-to-one supervision with instructor. This advanced course seeks to finalize professional readiness. Successful completion is dependent on the assumption of the professional functions and obligations of a human service provider. Each internship is an individual placement that is developed related to the professional needs of the student, the needs of the internship site and the coordination by the internship instructor. Student planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semesters should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For on-line program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 750 and 752 are prerequisites for taking this course in the clinical and MFT Track but not the Helping Foundations Track.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1927COUN 758Intern-Clinical MCF/HlpFoun
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. Off-campus professional work sites provide students practical experience while weekly class sessions provide support/supervision for work-site activities. Students' skill integration will be monitored and modified through class discussion, written assignments, class exercises and one-to-one supervision with instructor. This advanced course seeks to finalize professional readiness. Successful completion is dependent on the assumption of the professional functions and obligations of a human service provider. Each internship is an individual placement that is developed related to the professional needs of the student, the needs of the internship site and the coordination by the internship instructor. Student planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semesters should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For on-line program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 750 and 752 are prerequisites for taking this course in the clinical and MFT Track but not the Helping Foundations Track.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1928COUN 758Intern-Clinical MCF/HlpFoun
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. Off-campus professional work sites provide students practical experience while weekly class sessions provide support/supervision for work-site activities. Students' skill integration will be monitored and modified through class discussion, written assignments, class exercises and one-to-one supervision with instructor. This advanced course seeks to finalize professional readiness. Successful completion is dependent on the assumption of the professional functions and obligations of a human service provider. Each internship is an individual placement that is developed related to the professional needs of the student, the needs of the internship site and the coordination by the internship instructor. Student planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semesters should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For on-line program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: COUN 750 and 752 are prerequisites for taking this course in the clinical and MFT Track but not the Helping Foundations Track., The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1923COUN 758Intern-Clinical MCF/HlpFoun
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23 - 6ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff15 of 15 open
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15 of 15
Description: Experiential course that integrates counseling theory into practical application under supervision. Off-campus professional work sites provide students practical experience while weekly class sessions provide support/supervision for work-site activities. Students' skill integration will be monitored and modified through class discussion, written assignments, class exercises and one-to-one supervision with instructor. This advanced course seeks to finalize professional readiness. Successful completion is dependent on the assumption of the professional functions and obligations of a human service provider. Each internship is an individual placement that is developed related to the professional needs of the student, the needs of the internship site and the coordination by the internship instructor. Student planning to complete in one semester should sign up for 6 credits. Students planning to complete in two semesters should sign up for 3 credits each semester. For on-line program: Students need a minimum of two terms for a total of 6 credits. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course., COUN 750 and 752 are prerequisites for taking this course in the clinical and MFT Track but not the Helping Foundations Track.
Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1932COUN 760Introduction to Assessment
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Addresses the study of measurement theory and basic statistics needed for understanding assessment. Also focuses on general test construction, appropriate instrument selection with awareness of limitations, multicultural and ethical considerations. Instruments covered focus on psychological and intellectual functioning and can generally be administered to clients individually or in groups. Students experience the administration, interpretation and reporting of a select sample of assessment tools. Students will be introduced to professional report writing and consequential treatment implications.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1933COUN 760Introduction to Assessment
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09/09/2024 - 10/25/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Addresses the study of measurement theory and basic statistics needed for understanding assessment. Also focuses on general test construction, appropriate instrument selection with awareness of limitations, multicultural and ethical considerations. Instruments covered focus on psychological and intellectual functioning and can generally be administered to clients individually or in groups. Students experience the administration, interpretation and reporting of a select sample of assessment tools. Students will be introduced to professional report writing and consequential treatment implications.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-Campus: Fall; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1937COUN 761Research and Prog Evaluation
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE13ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
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15 of 15
Description: Students develop their understanding of types of program evaluation, consultation and application procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, qualitative and quantitative research, ethical/legal consideration, parametric and nonparametric research methods, principles, practices, applications of needs assessment. Students will consult, conduct and write a literature review, develop a method for data collection, analysis, conclusions and make recommendations. Student research topics will be in their specific discipline; school counseling, clinical counseling, marital and family therapy or human relations.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
1938COUN 761Research and Prog Evaluation
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11/04/2024 - 12/20/2024
GE23ONLINEONLINEAssigned, Staff18 of 18 open
Wait List:
15 of 15
Description: Students develop their understanding of types of program evaluation, consultation and application procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, qualitative and quantitative research, ethical/legal consideration, parametric and nonparametric research methods, principles, practices, applications of needs assessment. Students will consult, conduct and write a literature review, develop a method for data collection, analysis, conclusions and make recommendations. Student research topics will be in their specific discipline; school counseling, clinical counseling, marital and family therapy or human relations.
Prerequisites: The student must be a part of the distance learning Graduate program to enroll in this course.
Typically Offered: On-campus: Spring & Summer; Online: Fall, Spring, & Summer
Note: Online course. Admission to Graduate Studies/ Program required. In addition this class has an online technology administration fee of $60.
Cybersecurity
1400CYB 700Cybersecurity Fundamentals
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09/03/2024 - 12/13/2024
Department Consent Required
CG13ONLINEONLINESurina, Fnu30 of 30 open
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0 of 0
Description: Introduces fundamental concepts and design principles in cybersecurity. Students will understand what, why, and how to protect in the cyberworld. Topics include CIA (Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability), threats, attacks, defense, least privilege, access control and password management, security policies, critical controls, incident-handling and contingency planning, risk assessment and management.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to the Cybersecurity program or permission of CYB director required. Special tuition rate of $850 per credit. Tuition is not part of the plateau.
1401CYB 707Cybersecurity Planning
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09/03/2024 - 12/13/2024
Department Consent Required
CG13ONLINEONLINETotushek, Jonathan Paul30 of 30 open
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0 of 0
Description: Instruction on the process used to develop and maintain appropriate security levels for an organization with a focus on implementing a comprehensive security program, a documented set of security policies, procedures, guidelines, and standards. Topics include security planning, strategies, controls, and metrics for measuring the effectiveness.
Prerequisites: CYB 700 prerequisite
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms
Note: Online course. Admission to the Cybersecurity program or permission of CYB director required. Special tuition rate of $850 per credit. Tuition is not part of the plateau.
1402CYB 710Introductory Cryptography
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09/03/2024 - 12/13/2024
Department Consent Required
CG13ONLINEONLINETotushek, Jonathan Paul30 of 30 open
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0 of 0
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