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Summer 2017

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Course/Section Course Number Title Instructor(s) Days & Times Enrollment Limit Wait List Class Status
AAAD-A 206

2200

THE URBAN COMMUNITY

Jones,Earl

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

3 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH: AAAD A404, AAAD-A493 AND SPEA V450.;

AAAD-A 404

2201

TOPICS IN AFRO

Jones,Earl

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

1 / 7

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH AAAD A206, AAAD-A493 AND SPEA V450.. TOPIC: The Urban Community;

AAAD-A 404

2346

TOPICS IN AFRO

Bloom,Jack

M / W

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

0 / 5

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Raintree Hall - 109

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT;

BUS-J 403

2027

MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE

Selladurai,Rajan S

M / T / W / R

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

39 / 35

0

Closed

Credits: 4

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 460

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Management Capstone; Concerned with the role and tasks of firms' top managers (i.e., strategic decision makers). This course is designed to provide an appreciation for the total firm perspective and the means by which firms create and sustain competitive advantage in today's increasingly challenging and complex business environment (domestic and global). Strategic management of a firm involves diagnosing the firm's current situation and developing realistic solutions to the strategic and organizational problems that confront top managers. This course focuses on the small business enterprise and involves an extensive team-based field consulting project with local small business. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AN ETS EXAMINATION FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITES: F301,K321,M301,P301 & Z301 OR Z302; SENIOR STANDING & ADMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. STUDENTS IN THE "OLD" 123 OR 125 HOUR PROGRAMS MAY ALSO NEED TO ENROLL IN W402 AND W490 IN SUMMER II TO REPLACE BUS W301. CALL 980-6644 FOR ADDITIONAL INFO.; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. THIS CLASS WILL BE USING IU eTEXTS. ASSOCIATED FEES WILL APPEAR ON YOUR BURSAR BILL. CLICK THE DETAILS LINK TO VIEW eTEXT COSTS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT http://etexts.iu.edu.

BUS-L 201

2178

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Szostek,Jana Marie

T / R

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

6 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Legal Environment of Business; Emphasis on the nature of law through examining a few areas of general interest: duty to avoid harming others (torts), duty to keep promises (contracts), and government regulation of business (trade regulation). Credit not given for both BUS-L 201 and BUS-L 203. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: ENG W131;

BUS-W 402

2227

SIMULATION OF BUS ENTERPRISE

Gregory,Harlow W

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

35 / 35

0

Closed

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Raintree Hall - 202

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Simulation of Business Enterprise; An integrative course designed to provide the student with the opportunity to synthesize analytical skills and knowledge developed in the basic functional fields of business. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: F301, K321, M301, P301, Z301 OR Z302 & SENIOR STANDING; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

BUS-X 410

2155

BUS CAREER PLANNING & PLCMT

Harmon,Helen Marie

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

28 / 24

0

Closed

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Business Career Planning and Placement; Assists students in obtaining positions consistent with career goals. Career planning, organized employment campaign, job-application methods, interview, initial conduct on job. Includes addresses by prominent executives. Enrollment for juniors recommended. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AN ASSESSMENT CENTER TESTING FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. COURSE REQUIRES ONE 1/2 DAY PARTICIPATION IN THE ASSESSMENT CENTER EXPERIENCE, WITH AVAIABLE DATE(S) OF THE EXPERIENCE ANNOUNCED IN CLASS.. OPEN TO ALL JUNIORS & SENIORS.. PREREQUISITE: 56 HOURS;

BUNW-B 514

2352

LEGAL ETHIC & SOC ENVIR OF BUS

Conover,Todd Mark

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 1156

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Legal, Ethical and Social Environment of Business; Basic understanding of the legal environment and the roles that legal factors, from local ordinances to international law, play in all business decisions. Legal concepts are illustrated from the viewpoint of the individual firm. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS IS AN MBA CORE COURSE.;

BUNW-B 515

2413

INTRO TO INTL BUSINESS

Bandyopadhyay,Subir K

M / W

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

8 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 1156

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to International Business; Economic, political, and social environment of foreign business affairs in "developed" and "underdeveloped" countries. Influence of business policy environment in marketing and overseas operations. (MBA International Elective)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; Pre: ALL FOUNDATION COURSES THIS IS AN MBA CORE REQUIREMENT;

BUNW-D 511

2021

INTEGRATIVE CAPSTONE COURSE

Dunphy,Steven M

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Management Strategy; Administration of the business firm from the point of view of top management. Formulation and administration of policy; integration of internal operations with each other and with the environment; diagnosis of executive and organizational problems; evaluation of administrative strategies. Case studies and research reports supplement lectures, discussions, and selected readings. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. AN ETS EXAMINATION FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITE: ALL FOUNDATION COURSES & A516, B513, C517; THIS CLASS WILL BE USING IU eTEXTS. ASSOCIATED FEES WILL APPEAR ON YOUR BURSAR BILL. CLICK THE DETAILS LINK TO VIEW eTEXT COSTS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT http://etexts.iu.edu.

BUNW-D 511

2021

INTEGRATIVE CAPSTONE COURSE

Dunphy,Steven M

T / / / / / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Management Strategy; Administration of the business firm from the point of view of top management. Formulation and administration of policy; integration of internal operations with each other and with the environment; diagnosis of executive and organizational problems; evaluation of administrative strategies. Case studies and research reports supplement lectures, discussions, and selected readings. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. AN ETS EXAMINATION FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITE: ALL FOUNDATION COURSES & A516, B513, C517; THIS CLASS WILL BE USING IU eTEXTS. ASSOCIATED FEES WILL APPEAR ON YOUR BURSAR BILL. CLICK THE DETAILS LINK TO VIEW eTEXT COSTS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT http://etexts.iu.edu.

EDUC-A 510

2064

SCHOOL COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Smith,Vernon

M / W

7:15 PM - 10:15 PM

0 / 18

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 342

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: School/Community Relations; For teachers and school administrators. Characteristics of the community school, including the multicultural quality of the community; adapting the education program to community needs; use of community resources in instruction; planning school-community relations programs. (Summer I)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

EDUC-A 608

2065

LEGAL PERSPECTVS ON EDUCATION

Sperling,Mark

M / W

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 27

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Legal Perspectives on Education; Overview of the legal framework affecting the organization and administration of public schools, including church-state issues, pupils' rights, staff- student relationships, conditions of employment, teacher organizations, tort liability, school finance, and desegregation. (Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

EDUC-E 518

2066

WORKSHOP IN GENERAL ELEM EDUC

Hoard,Cheryl Star

M / W

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 9

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: EDUC OF STUDENTS WITH AUTISM

Course Details: Workshop in General Elementary Education; Individual and group study of problems within the field ofelementary education. One credit hour is offered for each week of full-time work. Grades S or F. (As needed)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC-S 512.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.

EDUC-M 323

2069

TCHING OF MUS IN THE ELEM SCH

Abbott,Joyce Arlene

M / W

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

4 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: The Teaching of Music in the Elementary Schools; Fundamental procedures of teaching elementary school music, stressing music materials suitable for the first six grades. (Fall, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; MARR115;

EDUC-S 512

2072

WKSHP IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Hoard,Cheryl Star

M / W

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1 / 9

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: EDUC OF STUDENTS WITH AUTISM

Course Details: Workshop in Secondary Education; Individual and group study of issues or concerns relating to the field ofsecondary education (in workshop format). Grades S or F. (As needed)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; HAWT331. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC-E 518; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED. ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.

GEOG-G 110

2378

INTRO TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Quartucci,Gregory

M / W

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

3 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 115

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Human Geography; An introduction to geographic perspectives and principles through a consideration of six themes: environmental perception, diffusion, regionalization, spatial distribution, spatial interaction of populations, and location theory. Themes are illustrated using examples such as pollution, population problems, and urbanization. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

HPER-H 160

2090

FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE

Howell,Misti Rose

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

1 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 200

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: First Aid and Emergency Care; Lecture and demonstration on first-aid measures for wounds, hemorrhage, burns, exposure, sprains, dislocations, fractures, unconscious conditions, suffocation, drowning, and poisons, with skill training in all procedures. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ADULT, CHILD, & INFANT CPR, FIRST AID & AED TRAINING. UPON COMPLETION, STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE A CPR CARD FROM THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION.. COURSE DATES:6/27/16- 7/22/16. AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 7/12/2016. Mandatory classroom meetings: 6/27, 7/6, 7/7, 7/15 and 7/22. Optional Classroom Practice Sessions: 6/29, and 7/21. Class runs from 6/27/16- 7/22/16.; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

HPER-H 160

2487

FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE

Reeves,Linda G

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

1 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 200

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: First Aid and Emergency Care; Lecture and demonstration on first-aid measures for wounds, hemorrhage, burns, exposure, sprains, dislocations, fractures, unconscious conditions, suffocation, drowning, and poisons, with skill training in all procedures. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ADULT, CHILD, & INFANT CPR, FIRST AID & AED TRAINING. UPON COMPLETION, STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE A CPR CARD FROM THE AMERICAN RED CROSS. COURSE DATES:5/16/16- 6/25/16. AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE:6/12/2016. Mandatory classroom meetings: 5/17, 5/19, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7, 6/14 and 6.21. Class runs from 5/16/16- 6/25/16.; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

HPER-P 290

2091

MOVMT EXP PRESCH & ELEM CHLD

Vinet,Victoria Jean

M / W

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 104

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Movement Experiences for Preschool and Elementary School Children; Covers potential outcomes of preschool and elementary school motor development programs, how to implement such programs, and appropriate movement experiences for young children. Allows observation and teaching of young children in a structured gymnasium setting. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

PHSL-P 262

2113

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2

TBA

T

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

12 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Laboratory

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology II; Second semester topics are the circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems: fluid and electrolyte balance; and acid-base balance. (PHSL-P 261 and PHSL-P 262 cannot be used to fulfill the physiology requirement of biology majors.) (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; LAB DATES: 5/16-8/06/2016; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

PHSL-P 262

2113

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2

Kwiatkowski,Kathy A

T

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

12 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Laboratory

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology II; Second semester topics are the circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems: fluid and electrolyte balance; and acid-base balance. (PHSL-P 261 and PHSL-P 262 cannot be used to fulfill the physiology requirement of biology majors.) (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; LAB DATES: 5/16-8/06/2016; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

PHSL-P 262

2115

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2

Kwiatkowski,Kathy A

R

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

7 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Laboratory

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology II; Second semester topics are the circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems: fluid and electrolyte balance; and acid-base balance. (PHSL-P 261 and PHSL-P 262 cannot be used to fulfill the physiology requirement of biology majors.) (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; LAB DATES: 5/16-8/06/2016; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

PHSL-P 262

2115

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2

TBA

R

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

7 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Laboratory

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology II; Second semester topics are the circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems: fluid and electrolyte balance; and acid-base balance. (PHSL-P 261 and PHSL-P 262 cannot be used to fulfill the physiology requirement of biology majors.) (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; LAB DATES: 5/16-8/06/2016; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

PSY-K 300

2118

STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES

Wells,Anne

M / W

6:30 PM - 8:55 PM

6 / 45

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Statistical Analysis in Psychology; Use of statistics in psychological work, including ordering and manipulation of data, problems of statistical significance, elementary correlational methods, and analysis of variance and nonparametric methods. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES; 5/16-7/09/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE: 6/17/2016. PREREQUISITE: MATH M117, M100 OR HIGHER;

PSY-P 694

2317

INTERN IN COUNSELNG PSYCHOLOGY

Harman,Terry Mont

M / W

6:00 PM - 7:40 PM

1 / 15

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Internship

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 243

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Counseling Psychology; Opportunities for application of theory and practice of counseling psychology in an appropriate organization under the supervision and direction of the internship agency.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 05/16/2016 - 08/06/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 07/03/2016; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MS CLINICAL COUNSELING STUDENTS ONLY.

SPEA-J 682

13089

PLAN&MGMT:CRIM JUST&PBLC SAFTY

Huey,Jacqueline F

M / W

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

1 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Planning and Management for Criminal Justice and Public Saftey; SPEA J682 Seminar in Criminal Justice Planning, Management, and Issues (3 cr.) P: SPEA J582. A seminar addressing selected issues in criminal justice. Topics may include management, planning, organized crime, juvenile delinquency, law enforcement, courts, corrections, and other issues. Topics will vary each semester. Different sections may address different topics. The course may be taken more than once. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH SPEA V450. VT: URBAN CRIME;

SPEA-V 450

2181

CONTEM ISSUES IN PUBLIC AFF

Jones,Earl

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

0 / 8

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: THE URBAN COMMUNITY

Course Details: Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs; Extensive analysis of selected contemporary issues in public affairs Topics vary from semester to semester. May be repeated for different topics.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH AFRO A206 AND A404.;

SPEA-V 450

13088

CONTEM ISSUES IN PUBLIC AFF

Huey,Jacqueline F

M / W

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

7 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs; Extensive analysis of selected contemporary issues in public affairs Topics vary from semester to semester. May be repeated for different topics.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH SPEA J682.. VT URBAN CRIME;

SPEA-V 501

2382

PROF DEV PRAC: INFORMATN TECH

Solinas-Saunders,Monica

T

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

2 / 15

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2130

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

SPEA-V 602

13087

STRAT MGMT PUB/NONPROFIT ORGS

Szarleta,Ellen Jean

M / W

6:00 PM - 7:15 PM

6 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Strategic Management of Public and Nonprofit Organizations; Concepts, cases, and problem solving associated with the structure and process of strategic management in the public sector, broadly defined to include governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

SWK-S 332

2303

GEN SOC WK PRAC II:THEOR/SKILL

Barbee,Mandy

T / R

6:30 PM - 9:45 PM

3 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 330

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Generalist Social Work Practice II: Theory and Skills; Examination of middle and ending phases of the helping process and related skills. Topics include the helping relationship with various client system sizes, impact of agency policies and procedures upon practice and resolution of clients challenges, and practice evaluation. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; COURSE DATES 5/23/2017-7/22/2017 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SWK-S 460

2379

SCHOLARLY WRITING SEMINAR

Tamburro,Andrea G

M

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

3 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Seminar

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Scholarly Writing Seminar; This course prepares BSW/MSW students to successfully complete scholarly writing tasks. Topics addressed include expectations and standards for scholarly writing, conducting searches of professional literature, using effective paraphrasing and summarization skills, writing logically and coherently, and appropriately citing references adhering to APA format. The course is intended to support students efforts on writing tasks assigned in future courses. (Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 6/5 - 8/03/17 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 7/10/17. Monday, 6/5 and Wednesdays 6/7,6/14, 6/21, 6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

SWK-S 661

2380

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PRACTICE

Dwyre,Elena

T

6:30 PM - 9:45 PM

1 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 1st Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2166

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Executive Leadership Practice; This course addresses administrative, management, leadership, and supervisory skills necessary for leadership practice. Included are staff hiring, supervision, evaluation, and termination; working with boards and volunteers, leadership styles, strategic planning, and current best practices in administration. (Summer I)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

SWK-S 683

2338

COMM-BASED PRAC MTL HLTH&ADDIC

Wightman,Rondi Lynn

T

6:30 PM - 9:45 PM

3 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Practice

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Community-Based Practice in Mental Health/ Addiction; This course examines awide range of community-based services provided for people with severe mental illness and/or severe addiction problems. Special attention will be given to strength-based, client-driven, and evidence-based practice models. Content will include community- based services in areas of case management, employment, housing, illness management, family, dual disorder treatment, and consumer self-help. Students also examine a variety of issues involved in the provision of community-based services such as ethical and legal issues, quality and continuity of care, cultural competency, organizational and financial factors, and other relevant policy and practice issues. (Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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