Schedule Of Classes -

Summer: Session 2 Classes

Summer 2017

Schedule of Classes Home
Course/Section Course Number Title Instructor(s) Days & Times Enrollment Limit Wait List Class Status
AAAD-A 204

14115

TOPICS IN AFRO-AMERICAN STDS

Pegram,Scooter

Online

0 / 62

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH MUS M333 AND LIBS-D511.. VT: HIP-HOP MUSIC AND CULTURE; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

AAAD-A 208

2331

THE AFRICAN CARIBBEAN

Pegram,Scooter

T / R

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

7 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH WGS-W 302 AND LIBS-D512;

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;

ANTH-A 104

2328

CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Zolvinski,Stephen Paul

M / W

11:00 AM - 2:15 PM

4 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 111

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; A survey of cultural and social processes that influence human behavior, using comparitive examples from different ethnic groups around the world, with the goal of better understanding the broad range of human behavioral potenials and those influences that shape the different expressions of these potentials. (Not open to students who have taken A304.)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (transferIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET. THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. THIS COURSE HAS BEEN APPROVED TO ENFORCE THE IU NORTHWEST ATTENDANCE AND COURSE COMMITMENT POLICY. THE FULL TEXT OF THIS POLICY IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.IUN.EDU/REGISTRAR/ATTENDANCE-POLICIES.HTM

ANTH-A 105

2158

HUMAN ORIGINS & PREHISTORY

Van Sessen,Rebecca

TBA

3 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Human Origins and Prehistory; Human biological evolution and prehistory from the earliest archaeological record through the rise of civilization. Credit given for only one of the following: ANTH A103, ANTH A105, or ANTH A303. (Fall, Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

AST-A 109

13409

CHARTING THE NIGHT SKY

Williams,Gregg L

M / W

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

2 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Off-campus Class - OC

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; CLASS WILL BE MEETING AT THE MERRILLVILLE COMMUNITY PLANETARIUM AT CLIFFORD PIERCE MIDDLE SCHOOL 199 E 70TH AVE.;

BIOL-L 100

2012

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

Gochee-Goins,Angel V

T / R

12:30 PM - 4:00 PM

6 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 5

Course Type: Laboratory

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 344

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Humans and the Biological World; Principles of biological organization, from molecules through cells and organizations to populations. Emphasis on processes common to all organisms with special reference to humans. Credit will be given for only one of the following introductory-level courses or sequences: BIOL-L 100, BIOL-L 104, BIOL-L 101 - BIOL-L 102, PHSL-P 130.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

BIOL-L 100

2008

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

Gochee-Goins,Angel V

T / R

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

4 / 26

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 119

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Humans and the Biological World; Principles of biological organization, from molecules through cells and organizations to populations. Emphasis on processes common to all organisms with special reference to humans. Credit will be given for only one of the following introductory-level courses or sequences: BIOL-L 100, BIOL-L 104, BIOL-L 101 - BIOL-L 102, PHSL-P 130.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; NO LABORATORY IS REQUIRED FOR THIS SECTION.; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

BIOL-L 100

2010

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

Gochee-Goins,Angel V

T / R

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

6 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 5

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 119

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Humans and the Biological World; Principles of biological organization, from molecules through cells and organizations to populations. Emphasis on processes common to all organisms with special reference to humans. Credit will be given for only one of the following introductory-level courses or sequences: BIOL-L 100, BIOL-L 104, BIOL-L 101 - BIOL-L 102, PHSL-P 130.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; NO ANIMAL DISSECTIONS ARE REQUIRED IN THE LAB.. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN THE LABORATORY SECTION.; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

BIOL-L 290

13187

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Fisher,Jenny Carole

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY

Course Details: Introduction to Biological Research; An introduction to the biological research of IU Northwest, preparing students to undertake BIOL-L 490 research projects. (Fall, Spring)

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

BIOL-L 290

13189

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Gao,Ming

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Biological Research; An introduction to the biological research of IU Northwest, preparing students to undertake BIOL-L 490 research projects. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; VT: RESEARCH IN GENETICS; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BIOL-L 391

2013

SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

Gochee-Goins,Angel V

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: BIOL L100 LAB

Course Details: Special Topics in Biology; Study and analysis of selected biological issues and problems. Topics vary from semester to semester. May be repeated with change in topics. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BIOL-L 391

2448

SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY

LaPointe,Michael S

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Special Topics in Biology; Study and analysis of selected biological issues and problems. Topics vary from semester to semester. May be repeated with change in topics. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

BIOL-L 490

2015

INDIVIDUAL STUDY

LaPointe,Michael S

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 12

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Study; Must complete a written assignment as evidence of each semester's work and present an oral report to complete more than 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, II)

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

BIOL-L 490

2395

INDIVIDUAL STUDY

Olivey,Harold Eugene

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOL

Course Details: Individual Study; Must complete a written assignment as evidence of each semester's work and present an oral report to complete more than 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, II)

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

BIOL-L 490

13184

INDIVIDUAL STUDY

Gao,Ming

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Study; Must complete a written assignment as evidence of each semester's work and present an oral report to complete more than 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; VT: RESEARCH IN GENETICS; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BIOL-L 490

13185

INDIVIDUAL STUDY

Fisher,Jenny Carole

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY

Course Details: Individual Study; Must complete a written assignment as evidence of each semester's work and present an oral report to complete more than 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, II)

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

BIOL-L 498

2016

INTERNSHIP IN PROF PRACTICE

Cortwright,Spencer Alan

TBA

0 / 4

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Off-campus Class - OC

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Internship in Professional Practice; Provides an opportunity for students to receive credit for selected career-related work. Evaluation by employer and faculty sponsor on a satisfactory / unsatisfactory basis. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BIOL-L 499

2401

INTERNSHIP IN BIOL INSTRUCTION

LaPointe,Michael S

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Biology Instruction; Supervised experience in teaching undergraduate biology courses. May be repeated once for credit. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

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

BUS-A 202

2384

INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Thomas,James Carl

Online

16 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW OCC REP

Course Details: Introduction to Managerial Accounting; Concepts and issues of management accounting, cost determination, and analysis. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: A201 AND 24 HOURS; 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.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

BUS-A 336

2023

INTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING

TBA

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: 56 HOURS AND BUS A202. STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT OFFICIAL INTERNSHIP PAPERWORK NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BUS-A 490

2025

INDPT STUDY IN ACCOUNTING

TBA

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Special Studies in Accounting; Supervised individual study and research in student's field of interest. The student will propose the investigation desired and, in conjunction with the instructor, develop the scope of work to be completed. Written report required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: 56 HOURS AND A202. STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A FORMAL PROPOSAL FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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-M 301

2465

INTRO TO MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Andrews,Demetra

Online

15 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Marketing Management; Overview of marketing for all undergraduates. Marketing planning and decision making examined from the firm's and consumers' point of view; marketing concept and its companywide implications; integration of marketing with other functions. Market structure and behavior and their relationship to marketing strategy implementation. Marketing systems views in terms of both public and private policy in a pluralistic society. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: A201, A202, E103, E104, M118, CSCI A106 & 60 HOURS.; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

BUS-M 480

2029

PROF PRAC IN MARKETING

TBA

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Professional Practice in Marketing; Work experience in cooperating firm or agencies. Comprehensive written report. Grades of A, S, or F assigned by faculty. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: M301 & 56 HOURS. STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A FORMAL PROPOSAL FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BUS-M 490

2031

SPECIAL STUDIES IN MARKETING

TBA

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Special Studies in Marketing; Supervised individual study and research in student's field of interest. The student will propose the investigation desired and, in conjunction with the instructor, develop the scope of the work to be completed. Comprehensive written report required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: 56 HOURS AND M301. STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A FORMAL PROPOSAL FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BUS-P 301

2567

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Selladurai,Rajan S

Online

21 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Operations Management; Role of production in a business enterprise; basic types of production processes used in industry. Emphasis on application of economic principles and analytical techniques to decisions made by the operations manager of any business. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: A201, A202, E103, E104, E270, M118 CSCI A106 AND 60 HOURS; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. 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.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

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-W 480

2033

PROF PRACTICE IN MANAGEMENT

TBA

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Professional Practices in Management; This course title is reserved for students who are conducting an internship in the functional area of management and who wish to obtain credit. Internships are coordinated with the Office of Career Services.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT OFFICIAL INTERNSHIP PAPERWORK NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BUS-W 490

2035

INDEP STUDY IN BUSINESS ADMIN

TBA

TBA

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY FLD CASE

Course Details: Independent Study in Business Administration; Supervised individual study and research in student's field of interest. The student will propose the investigation desired and, in conjunction with the instructor, develop the scope of the work to be completed. Written report required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

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

BUS-W 490

2036

INDEP STUDY IN BUSINESS ADMIN

TBA

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Independent Study in Business Administration; Supervised individual study and research in student's field of interest. The student will propose the investigation desired and, in conjunction with the instructor, develop the scope of the work to be completed. Written report required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: Z302 AND 56 HOURS. STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A FORMAL PROPOSAL FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION 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;

BUS-Z 480

2447

PROF PRAC IN HUM RESOURCE MGMT

TBA

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Professional Practices in Human Resource Management; This course title is reserved for students who are conducting an internship in the functional area of human resource management and who wish to obtain credit. Internships are coordinated with the Office of Career Services.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT OFFICIAL INTERNSHIP PAPERWORK NO LATER THAN 6/16/2017 TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

BUNW-A 512

2351

STATISTICAL TOOLS FOR MGMT

Kmiec,Andrew Robert

Online

5 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Statistical Tools for Management; Application of probability theory and statistics to business decision making. Builds on knowledge from previous courses. Topical areas included are random distributions, sampling theory, inference testing, simple and multiple regression, correlation and curve- fitting, analysis of variance, experimental design, factor analysis, and time series analysis. (MBA Foundation Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS IS AN MBA FOUNDATION COURSE.; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

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.

CHEM-C 106

2040

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II

Kelly,Daniel Nicholas

W / F

12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

10 / 60

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Discussion

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 123

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Principles of Chemistry II; CHEM-C 126 recommended concurrently. Chemical equilibria with emphasis on acids, bases, solubility, and electrochemistry; elementary thermodynamics; chemical kinetics; descriptive chemistry; and coordination compounds. Lectures and discussion. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

CHEM-C 106

2039

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II

Kelly,Daniel Nicholas

M / W / F

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

10 / 60

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 123

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Principles of Chemistry II; CHEM-C 126 recommended concurrently. Chemical equilibria with emphasis on acids, bases, solubility, and electrochemistry; elementary thermodynamics; chemical kinetics; descriptive chemistry; and coordination compounds. Lectures and discussion. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AND, IF REQUIRED, ONE CHEM C126 LAB.. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN THE DISCUSSION SECTION; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

CHEM-C 126

2043

EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II

Wozniewski,Linda B

M / W / F

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

9 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Laboratory

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 136

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Experimental Chemistry II; or concurrent, CHEM-C 125. A continuation of CHEM-C 125 with emphasis on equilibria, qualitative analysis, acids and bases, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction (including electrochemistry), chemical kinetics, and spectrometry. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

CHEM-C 126

2044

EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II

Wozniewski,Linda B

M / W / F

3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

1 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Laboratory

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 136

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Experimental Chemistry II; or concurrent, CHEM-C 125. A continuation of CHEM-C 125 with emphasis on equilibria, qualitative analysis, acids and bases, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction (including electrochemistry), chemical kinetics, and spectrometry. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

CHEM-C 303

13062

ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Wozniewski,Linda B

M / W / F

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

1 / 28

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 115

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Environmental Chemistry Lecture; Investigation of the chemistry of water and air pollution; analytical procedures and techniques as applied to pollution problems, effects, and controls. This course will be offered as part of a postbaccalaureate environmental sciences certificate. (Fall-alternate year)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PRE-REGS: CHEM C106, CHEM C126 AND CHEM C341;

CHEM-C 342

2426

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURES 2

Walker,Tia Louise

M / T / W / R

9:00 AM - 10:50 AM

13 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Organic Chemistry Lecture II; Syntheses and reactions of polyfunctional compounds, natural and industrial products; physical and chemical methods of identification. (Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

CHEM-C 344

2430

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 2

TBA

M / R

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

9 / 18

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Discussion

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 115

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II; Preparation, isolation, and identification of organic compounds; emphasis on modern research methods. (Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

CHEM-C 344

2431

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 2

TBA

M / R

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

9 / 18

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Laboratory

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 219

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II; Preparation, isolation, and identification of organic compounds; emphasis on modern research methods. (Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

CHEM-C 409

2340

CHEMICAL RESEARCH

Kelly,Daniel Nicholas

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Chemical Research; Can be elected only after consultation with research advisor and approval of chairperson. May be taken for total of 10 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

CHEM-C 409

2361

CHEMICAL RESEARCH

Walker,Tia Louise

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Chemical Research; Can be elected only after consultation with research advisor and approval of chairperson. May be taken for total of 10 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

CHRI-C 495

2349

INDIV RDGS IN LATINO STUDIES

Contreras,Raoul

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Readings in Latino Studies; Intensive study of a specific problem in Chicano-Riqueo studies. May be repeated once for credit. (Fall, Spring).

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; TOPIC: AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIAL MOVEMENT; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

COAS-W 398

2449

INTERNSHIP IN PROF PRACTICE

Neff,Bonita Dostal

TBA

0 / 2

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Professional Practice;

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

CMLT-C 340

2494

WOMEN IN WORLD LITERATURE

Allegrezza,William

TBA

0 / 2

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Women in World Literature; Comparison of attitudes toward women in works of different ages and societies. Study of stereotyped images in relation to literary and social conventions. Focus on one genre or mode each time course is offered (e.g., women in drama, in narrative, in satire). (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE SECTION REQUIRES PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.

CMLT-C 340

2389

WOMEN IN WORLD LITERATURE

Pegram,Scooter

Online

9 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Topic: INTRO TO FRENCH CINEMA

Course Details: Women in World Literature; Comparison of attitudes toward women in works of different ages and societies. Study of stereotyped images in relation to literary and social conventions. Focus on one genre or mode each time course is offered (e.g., women in drama, in narrative, in satire). (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH LIBS D511, FREN-F311 AND F391 AND WGS W302.. THIS SECTION MEETS GROUP IV-C REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES GENERAL EDUCATION. ONLY THIS SECTION (NOT THE OTHER CROSS-LISTED SECTIONS) MEET THIS GROUP DESIGNATION.; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

CSCI-A 103

2045

MICROCPTR APPLICATNS:WORD PROC

TBA

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Microcomputer Applications: Word Processing; Word processing portion of CSCI-A 106. To be taught concurrently with CSCI-A 106. Lecture and laboratory. Credit not given for both CSCI-A 103 and (CSCI-A 106 or CSCI-A 200) and BUS-K 201.

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

CSCI-A 104

2046

MICROCPTR APPLICATNS:SPREADSHT

TBA

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Microcomputer Applications: Spreadsheets; Spreadsheet portion of CSCI-A 106. To be taught concurrently with CSCI-A 106. Lecture and laboratory. Credit not given for both CSCI-A 104 and (CSCI-A 106 or CSCI-A 200) and BUS-K 201.

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

CSCI-A 105

2047

MICROCPTR APPLICATNS: DATABASE

TBA

TBA

0 / 3

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Microcomputer Applications: Databases; Relational database portion of CSCI-A 106. To be taught concurrently with CSCI-A 106. Lecture and laboratory. Credit not given for both CSCI-A 105 and (CSCI-A 106 or CSCI-A 200) and BUS-K 201.

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

CSCI-A 106

2050

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING

Wang,Jie

Online

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Computing; The use of computers in everyday activities. How computers work; use of packaged programs for word processing, spreadsheets, file management, communication, graphics, etc. Lecture and laboratory. No credit given for both CSCI-A 106 and BUS-K 201 or CSCI-A 200. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; A106 IS TAUGHT USING MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, ACCESS & WINDOWS. PREREQUISITES: ENG W031 OR HIGHER, MATH M007 OR HIGHER; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

CSCI-A 106

2170

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING

TBA

Online

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Computing; The use of computers in everyday activities. How computers work; use of packaged programs for word processing, spreadsheets, file management, communication, graphics, etc. Lecture and laboratory. No credit given for both CSCI-A 106 and BUS-K 201 or CSCI-A 200. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; A106 IS TAUGHT USING MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, ACCESS & WINDOWS. PREREQUISITES: ENG W031 OR HIGHER, MATH M007 OR HIGHER; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

CSCI-A 285

2182

ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER APPS

Wang,Jie

Online

10 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Advanced Microcomputer Applications; Introduces and applies advanced features of microcomputer applications packages such as word processors, spreadsheets, graphic presentation software, etc. Emphasis is put on the movement of data among various software packages and on the creation and use of macros, styles, and scripts. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PLEASE LOGON TO CANVAS.IU.EDU TO SEE FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS.. PREREQUISITE: CSCI A106; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

CSCI-C 150

2414

PROCEDURES AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Larson,James E

M / W

3:00 PM - 6:15 PM

3 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Procedures and Problem Solving; A systematic examination of problem perception and problem-solving techniques with an emphasis on data processing and information systems applications. Includes the study of structured methodologies and various heuristic and algorithmic procedures. By providing training in problem solving independent of a programming language, the student will be better prepared to use these skills in programming and computer applications classes that assume their mastery. (Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

CSCI-C 390

2321

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMING LAB

Kopparty,Bhaskara Rao P S

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Programming Laboratory; Students will design, program, verify, and document a special project assignment selected in consultation with an instructor. This course may be taken several times up to a maximum of 6 credits. Prior to enrolling, students must arrange for an instructor to supervise their course activity. Credit not given for both CSCI-C 390 and DPIS-D 390 in excess of 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

CSCI-C 390

2390

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMING LAB

Wang,Jie

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Programming Laboratory; Students will design, program, verify, and document a special project assignment selected in consultation with an instructor. This course may be taken several times up to a maximum of 6 credits. Prior to enrolling, students must arrange for an instructor to supervise their course activity. Credit not given for both CSCI-C 390 and DPIS-D 390 in excess of 6 credit hours. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. 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-A 675

2159

LDRSHP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

Trzcinka,Sheila Marie

Online

0 / 27

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Leadership in Special Education; The purpose of this course is to provide pre-service school principals a general understanding of the educational entitlement and civil rights of children with disabilities, take an in-depth look at IDEA, examine specific exceptionalities and their educational implications, and examine the process of cultivating and retaining teachers of the exceptional student. Laws ensuring the provision of special education to students with disabilities are based on constitutional principles, written and enacted by legislatures and administrative agencies, and interpreted by the courts. It is through the interaction of these various components of the legal system, legislative and judicial, that the field of special education has evolved. The knowledge and skills gained in this course shape the advocacy and ethical dispositions of the building principal.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

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 101

2441

LABORATORY-FIELD EXPERIENCE

Koelm,Karen Lorraine

M / W

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

1 / 23

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 330

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: CASA BASIC SKILLS-MATHEMATICS

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; BASIC SKILLS PREPARATION FOR THE CASA EXAMS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSIONS TO THE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION.; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.

EDUC-P 570

2260

MANAGING CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR

Benus,Matthew Joseph

Online

1 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Managing Classroom Behavior ; An analysis of pupil and teacher behaviors as they relate to discipline. Attention is given to the development of such skills as dealing with pupils problems and feelings, behavior modification, reality therapy, assertiveness in establishing and maintaining rules and group processes. Designed for teachers, administrators and pupil personnel workers. (Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

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.

EDUC-T 550

2073

CLTR/COMM FORCES & THE SCHOOLS

Cohill,Ce'ean L

T / R

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

0 / 27

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 111

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Cultural/Community Forces and the Schools: (variable title);

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

ENG-L 201

2294

SPECIAL STUDIES IN LITERATURE

Allegrezza,William

M / W

11:30 AM - 2:45 PM

3 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: INTRO TO BRAZILIAN LITERATURE

Course Details: Special Studies in Literature; Reading of literary works in relation to special themes. May be repeated once for credit with a change in topic. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

ENG-W 130

2249

PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION

TBA

T / R

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

1 / 24

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Principles of Composition; Placement according to IU Northwest English Placement Test. For students with significant writing problems who need an intensive, two-semester freshman writing experience. Practice in writing papers for a variety of purposes and audiences. Attention to revision and to sentence and paragraph structure. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; HAWT454; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

ENG-W 131

2077

READING, WRITING, & INQUIRY I

Swartz,Douglas

Online

9 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Elementary Composition I; Offers instruction and practice in the reading and writing skills required in college. Emphasis is on written assignments that require synthesis, analysis, and argument based on sources. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

ENG-W 131

2078

READING, WRITING, & INQUIRY I

Swartz,Douglas

M / W

8:00 AM - 11:15 AM

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 454

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Elementary Composition I; Offers instruction and practice in the reading and writing skills required in college. Emphasis is on written assignments that require synthesis, analysis, and argument based on sources. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

ENG-W 231

2080

PROFESSIONAL WRITING SKILLS

Young,Dona Jean

Online

24 / 24

2

Closed

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Professional Writing Skills; To develop research and writing skills requisite for most academic and professional activities. Emphasis on methods of research, organization, and writing techniques useful in preparing reviews, critical bibliographies, research and technical reports, proposals, and papers. Junior or senior standing recommended. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; JUNIOR OR SENIOR STANDING RECOMMENDED.; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

ENG-W 231

2239

PROFESSIONAL WRITING SKILLS

Allegrezza,William

Online

8 / 26

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Professional Writing Skills; To develop research and writing skills requisite for most academic and professional activities. Emphasis on methods of research, organization, and writing techniques useful in preparing reviews, critical bibliographies, research and technical reports, proposals, and papers. Junior or senior standing recommended. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; JUNIOR OR SENIOR STANDING RECOMMENDED; 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.. 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.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

ENG-W 231

14135

PROFESSIONAL WRITING SKILLS

Cortese,Joseph Peter

T / R

8:00 AM - 11:15 AM

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 454

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Professional Writing Skills; To develop research and writing skills requisite for most academic and professional activities. Emphasis on methods of research, organization, and writing techniques useful in preparing reviews, critical bibliographies, research and technical reports, proposals, and papers. Junior or senior standing recommended. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

FINA-H 101

2482

ART APPRECIATION

Hagelberg,Corey William

TBA

2 / 25

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

FINA-S 400

2318

INDEPENDENT STUDIO PROJECTS

Klamen,David

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Independent Studio Projects; Designed for advanced studio art students who want to work independently on special studio projects under the guidance of a faculty member or committee. This course work does not fulfill a specific course requirement for fine arts major. It does count within the 25-34 credit hour studio art limit. Students must arrange a project with a faculty member who will supervise and grade the work produced. One credit is given for each three hours of work per week for the entire semester. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

FREN-F 100

2479

ELEMENTARY FRENCH I

Glazner,Betsy

Online

2 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW OCC REP

Course Details: Elementary French I; Introduction to French language and selected aspects of French civilization and culture. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

FREN-F 311

2333

CONTEMP FRENCH CIVILIZATION

Pegram,Scooter

Online

3 / 8

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Topic: INTRO TO FRENCH CINEMA

Course Details: Contemporary French Civilization; Political, social, and cultural aspects of contemporary France. No credit in French. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (NOT FRENCH). THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH CMLT C340, LIBS D511, FREN-F391 AND WGS W302.. THIS SECTION IS ONE OF THE FREN- F250 LANGUAGE SUBSTITUTIONS FOR COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES CORE REQUIREMENTS. ONLY THIS SECTION (NOT THE OTHER CROSS-LISTED SECTIONS) MEET THIS GROUP DESIGNATION.; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

FREN-F 391

2387

STUDIES IN FRENCH FILM

Pegram,Scooter

Online

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Studies in the French Film; Analysis of major French art form, introduction to modern French culture seen through the medium of film art, and the study of relationship to cinema and literature in France and the Francophone world. Films shown in French with English subtitles. Class taught in French.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH FREN F311, CMLT-C340, LIBS-D511 and WGS-W302. THIS SECTION MEETS GROUP III-C FOR COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES GENERAL EDUCATION. ONLY THIS SECTION AND WGS-W302 SECTIONS (NOT THE OTHER CROSS-LISTED SECTIONS) MEET THIS GROUP DESIGNATION.. TOPIC: THE FRANCOPHONE WORLD; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

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; ;

GEOL-G 101

2295

INTRO TO EARTH SCIENCE-LECTURE

TBA

TBA

0 / 51

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Earth Science: Lecture; Origin and classification of minerals and rocks. Gradation processes and landform evolution. Atmosphere and weather. Geologic time and earth history. Earth resources. Two lectures each week. Credit is given for only one of the following: GEOL101, GEOL107. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; MARR111. THERE IS A MANDATORY HALF DAY FIELD TRIP WITH A $10.00 FEE FOR GEOL G101,SECTION 1736 ONLY.; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

GEOL-G 407

2397

SENIOR GEOSCIENCE PROJECTS

Kilibarda,Zoran

TBA

0 / 4

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Senior Geosciences Projects I; Field and/or laboratory research project in geosciences, under faculty or faculty committee supervision. A preliminary report must be submitted at the end of the first semester, and a final report at the end of the second. Each must be written in proper scientific form. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

GEOL-G 410

2082

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN GEOL

Kilibarda,Zoran

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Undergraduate Research in Geology; Field and laboratory research in selected problems in geology. Total of 6 credit hours may be counted toward the degree in geology. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

GEOL-G 410

2236

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN GEOL

Huysken,Kristin T

TBA

0 / 1

0

Cancelled

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Undergraduate Research in Geology; Field and laboratory research in selected problems in geology. Total of 6 credit hours may be counted toward the degree in geology. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

GEOL-G 460

2083

INTERNSHIP IN GEOLOGY

Kilibarda,Zoran

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Geology; Industrial or similar experiences in geologically oriented employment. Projects jointly arranged, coordinated, and evaluated by faculty and industrial/ governmental supervisors. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

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

HIM-M 193

13484

CPT CODING

Galocy,Linda Christine

T / R

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

7 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2166

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: CPT Coding; The study of CPT (Curent Procedural Terminology) coding and classification principles. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

HPER-E 100

2343

EXPRNCE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Walton,Sophie

M / W

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

2 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Activity

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 237

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: BODY WEIGHT BLAST

Course Details: Experiences in Physical Education; Instruction in a specified physical education activity that is not a regular offering of the Department of Kinesiology. Emphasis on development of skill and knowledge pertinent to the activity. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

HPER-E 102

2228

GROUP EXERCISE

Walton,Sophie

T / R

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Activity

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 237

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Group Exercise; A total fitness class that emphasizes cardiorespiratory conditioning, flexibility, muscular endurance, and coordination through rhythmical body movement. Only S-F grades given. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

HPER-E 119

2089

PERSONAL FITNESS

Minnis,Evelyn

M / W

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

0 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Activity

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 237

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Personal Fitness; Instruction in basic principles of conditioning and fitness. Emphasis on muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and cardiorespiratory endurance. For students without prior knowledge of conditioning methods. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

HPER-E 187

2229

WEIGHT TRAINING

Heridia,Javier

T / R / F

TBA

1 / 45

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Activity

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 228

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Weight Training; Instruction in basic principles and techniques of conditioning through use of free weights. Emphasis on personalized conditioning programs. Only S-F grades given. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; MANDATORY MEETING WITH INSTRUCTOR ON TUESDAY, JULY 8, BETWEEN 3:00-5:00PM, IN FRONT OF THE SAVANNAH AUDITORIUM AND. MANDATORY MEETING WITH INSTRUCTOR ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, BETWEEN 3:00-5:00PM. ALL REMAINING CLASSES ARE ARRANGED.;

HPER-E 190

2403

YOGA I

Smith-Faught,Cynthia Ann

T / R

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

0 / 18

0

Cancelled

Credits: 1

Course Type: Activity

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Yoga I; Every participant will be challenged at his/her own level and form. The class sequence and poses will be appropriate for everyone. Standing poses, forward stretched, twists, backward stretches, inversions, regenerative and breathing exercises. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; SAV237; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

HPER-P 334

2314

CULTURAL DIVERSITY AMER SPORT

Solic,Angela Marie

Online

3 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

HPER-P 447

2445

SPEC PROB PHYS EDUC & ATHL

Gobbie,Donn

Online

0 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; VT: MENTAL TOUGHNESS TRAINING FOR SPORTS.; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

HIST-H 105

2084

AMERICAN HISTORY I

Anslover,Nicole L

Online

8 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW OCC REP

Course Details: American History I; Colonial period, Revolution, Confederation and Constitution. National period to 1865. Political history forms the framework, with economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history interwoven. Introduction to historical literature, source material, and criticism. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

HIST-H 106

2156

AMERICAN HISTORY II

Anslover,Nicole L

Online

6 / 40

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: American History II; 1865 to present. Political history forms the framework, with economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history interwoven. Introduction to historical literature, source material, and criticism. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

LIBS-D 511

2334

M.L.S. HUMANITIES ELECTIVE

Pegram,Scooter

Online

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: GENDER IN FRENCH CINEMA

Course Details: M.L.S. Humanities Elective; An M.L.S. graduate elective course in the humanities. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (NOT FRENCH). THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH CMLT C340, FREN-F311, FREN-F391 AND WGS W302.. TOPIC: GENDER IN FRENCH CINEMA; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

LIBS-D 511

2446

M.L.S. HUMANITIES ELECTIVE

Pegram,Scooter

Online

0 / 62

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: M.L.S. Humanities Elective; An M.L.S. graduate elective course in the humanities. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH MUS-M333 AND AAAD-A204. VT: HIP-HOP MUSIC AND CULTURE; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

LIBS-D 512

2455

M.L.S. SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE

Pegram,Scooter

T / R

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: M.L.S. Social Science Elective; An M.L.S. graduate elective course in the social sciences. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE WILL MEET CONCURRENTLY WITH WGS W302 and AAAD-A208. VT: THE AFRICAN CARIBBEAN;

LIBS-D 513

13959

M.L.S. SCIENCE ELECTIVE

Wozniewski,Linda B

M / W / F

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

0 / 28

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Marram Hall - 115

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Course Details: M.L.S. Science Elective; An M.L.S. graduate elective course in the sciences. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH CHEM C303.. VT: ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MLS STUDENTS ONLY.

LIBS-D 602

2459

GRADUATE PROJECT

Solinas-Saunders,Monica

TBA

0 / 1

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Graduate Project; Independent project work conducted in consultation with a faculty director.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; This course is for one MLS student who has chosen to pursue the Thesis Project Option for the completion of the MLS degree. Dr. Solinas-Saunders will be the thesis committee director. Dr. McElmurry will serve as a committee member.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

MATH-M 15

2555

ARITHMETIC WITH ALGEBRA

TBA

M / T / R

12:00 PM - 1:25 PM

2 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 0

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 332

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

MATH-M 100

2097

BASIC MATHEMATICS

Guan,Yuanying

TBA

8 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Basic Mathematics; Topics in algebra, geometry, graphing, probability, statistics, and consumer mathematics. Emphasis on problem solving and constructing mathematical models. This course is designed for allied health students and liberal arts students who plan to take no additional mathematics courses. Does not count toward a major in mathematics. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: MATH-A 100 or EQUIVALENT.; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

MATH-M 117

2325

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

Schulze-Halberg,Axel

M / T / R

9:00 AM - 11:15 AM

6 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 410

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Intermediate Algebra; Designed to introduce nonlinear models and their applications, advanced linear systems, and function foundations. Does not satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences distribution requirements nor general education mathematical reasoning requirement. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITE: MATH-M 007 OR MATH-A 007 AND B007 OR MATH-A 100; THIS COURSE HAS BEEN APPROVED TO ENFORCE THE IU NORTHWEST ATTENDANCE AND COURSE COMMITMENT POLICY. THE FULL TEXT OF THIS POLICY IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.IUN.EDU/REGISTRAR/ATTENDANCE-POLICIES.HTM

MATH-M 118

2100

FINITE MATHEMATICS

TBA

M / W / R

4:00 PM - 6:15 PM

2 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Finite Mathematics; Set theory, linear systems, matrices, probability, linear programming, Markov chains. Applications to problems from business and the social sciences. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITE: MATH M117 OR EQUIVALENT.; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

MATH-M 126

2251

TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

Schulze-Halberg,Axel

M / T / R

11:30 AM - 1:45 PM

2 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 400

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Trigonometric Functions; Designed to develop the properties of the trigonometric and prepare for courses in calculus (MATH M215). Does not satisfy arts and sciences distributional requirements. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE: MATH M125; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

MATH-T 103

2172

MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 3

Burton,Jack

M / T / R

11:30 AM - 1:45 PM

16 / 34

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 104

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers III; Descriptions and properties of basic geometric figures. Rigid motions. Axiomatics. Measurement, analytic geometry, and graphs of functions. Discussion of modern mathematics. Open only to elementary education majors. Does not count toward arts and sciences distribution requirement. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: MATH T102; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED

MUS-L 101

2341

BEGINNING GUITAR CLASS

Yoldash,Ibrahim

M / W

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM

1 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Savannah Center - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Beginning Guitar; This course is intended as an introduction to techniques employed in contemporary guitar styles. This will involve learning basic open and bar chords, learning how to read music and play it on the instrument and learning basic guitar finger style techniques. The course will also cover basic music theory necessary for a) playing songs and b) getting basic fret board knowledge. No previous experience required.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

MUS-M 174

2103

MUSIC FOR THE LISTENER

Aglinskas,Peter

M / W

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

0 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Music for the Listener I; How to listen to music; art of music and its materials; instruments and musical forms. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

MUS-M 333

13482

HIP-HOP MUSIC AND CULTURE

Pegram,Scooter

Online

10 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Research

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS SECTION MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH AAAD-A204 AND LIBS-D511; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

NURS-A 190

2104

SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING

Newman,Jo

T / R

8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

0 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: LEARNING STRATEGIES IN NURSING

Course Details: Learning Strategies in Nursing; The focus of this course is to assist nursing students in strengthening essential learning skills necessary for academic success. Students will develop skill in performing nursing drug dosage calculations, reading nursing texts and reference books, writing nursing papers, studying for and taking nursing tests. Principles of lifelong learning, self-direction, and critical thinking are used to guide course content and evaluation. (Summer)

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

NURS-A 190

2350

SPECIAL TOPICS IN NURSING

Shannon,Crystal C

Online

0 / 45

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Topic: LEARNING STRATEGIES IN NURSING

Course Details: Learning Strategies in Nursing; The focus of this course is to assist nursing students in strengthening essential learning skills necessary for academic success. Students will develop skill in performing nursing drug dosage calculations, reading nursing texts and reference books, writing nursing papers, studying for and taking nursing tests. Principles of lifelong learning, self-direction, and critical thinking are used to guide course content and evaluation. (Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE FALL NURSING COURSES; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

NURS-S 430

2472

HCAL III

DeLuna,Rosalinda

M / R

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

0 / 16

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Health Concepts across the Lifespan III ; This course is a continuation of Health Concepts Across the Lifespan I and II. Health and illness concepts are applied to complex, multisystem exemplars that require students to apply knowledge learned in all prior courses. Emphasis is on acute and chronic care management across the lifespan and multiple health care settings. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN S431 ALSO.;

NURS-S 431

2473

HCAL III:PRACTICUM

TBA

TBA

0 / 8

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Practicum

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Health Concepts across the Lifespan III Practicum; This course focuses on the application of select health and illness concepts from NURS-S430. Students will use clinical reasoning skills to manage care of individuals across the lifespan with increasingly complex, multisystem health problems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PRACTICUM MAYBE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK INCLUDING WEEKENDS.. STUDENTS MAYBE REQUIRED TO COLLECT PATIENT DATA AT CLINICAL SITE DAY BEFORE CLINICAL; A PRACTICUM FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.

NURS-S 431

2474

HCAL III:PRACTICUM

TBA

TBA

0 / 8

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Practicum

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Health Concepts across the Lifespan III Practicum; This course focuses on the application of select health and illness concepts from NURS-S430. Students will use clinical reasoning skills to manage care of individuals across the lifespan with increasingly complex, multisystem health problems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PRACTICUM MAYBE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK INCLUDING WEEKENDS.. STUDENTS MAYBE REQUIRED TO COLLECT PATIENT DATA AT CLINICAL SITE DAY BEFORE CLINICAL; A PRACTICUM FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.

PHIL-P 140

2365

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS

Baldwin,Erik Daniel

Online

13 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Ethics; Some ancient, medieval, or modern philosophers' answers to ethical problems (e.g., nature of good and evil, relation of duty to self-interest, objectivity of moral judgments). (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

PHIL-P 306

2109

BUSINESS ETHICS

Turpin,David Albert

M / W

1:30 PM - 4:45 PM

7 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 200

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Business Ethics; A philosophical examination of ethical issues that arise in the context of business. Moral theory will be applied to such problems as the ethical evaluation of corporations, what constitutes fair profit, and truth in advertising. (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

PHIL-P 393

2110

BIOMEDICAL ETHICS

Kenar,Edmund

T / R

11:00 AM - 2:15 PM

3 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Biomedical Ethics; A philosophical consideration of ethical problems that arise in current biomedical practice; for instance, abortion, euthanasia, determination of death, consent to treatment, and professional responsibilities in connection with research, experimentation, and health care delivery. (Fall, Spring, Summer I and II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

PHYS-P 309

2344

MODERN PHYSICS LABORATORY

TBA

TBA

0 / 12

0

Cancelled

Credits: 2

Course Type: Laboratory

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Intermediate Physics Laboratory; Fundamental experiments in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, optics, and modern physics. Emphasis is placed upon developing basic laboratory skills and data analysis techniques, including computer reduction and analysis of the data. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; MARR144; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

PHSL-P 130

2231

HUMAN BIOLOGY

TBA

TBA

0 / 70

0

Cancelled

Credits: 4

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Human Biology; Basic concepts in human biology. Covers reproduction and development, physiological regulations, stress biology, and behavioral biology and emphasizes related social problems. Credit will be given for only one of the following introductory-level courses or sequences: BIOL-L 100, PHSL-P 130, or BIOL-L 101-L 102. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

PHSL-P 263

2400

PRIN OF ANAT & PHYS: SPEC TPCS

LaPointe,Michael S

TBA

0 / 2

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Principles of Anatomy and Physiology¿¿ Special Topics; Study of selected topics in human anatomy and physiology as they relate to specific organ systems or functions. Topics vary by semester and correlate with material covered in PHSL-P 261 and PHSL-P 262. May be repeated with change in topic. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

POLS-Y 103

13965

INTRO TO AMERICAN POLITICS

Gianni,Rick

Online

0 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to American Politics; An introduction to the nature of politics and government and the dynamics of American politics. The course includes an analysis of the origin and nature of the American federal system, its political party base, and its major institutions. (Fall and Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

PSY-P 101

2120

INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 1

TBA

M / W / R

4:00 PM - 6:15 PM

0 / 48

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introductory Psychology I; Introduction to psychology; its methods, data, and theoretical interpretations in areas of learning, sensory psychology, and psychophysiology. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; HAWT410; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED. 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.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

PSY-P 495

2123

READINGS AND RES IN PSYCHOLOGY

Fischer,Mary Ann

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Reading and Research in Psychology; May be repeated twice for credit. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

PSY-P 495

2238

READINGS AND RES IN PSYCHOLOGY

Smith,Stephanie

TBA

0 / 8

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Reading and Research in Psychology; May be repeated twice for credit. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SPEA-J 370

2381

SEMINAR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Tsolakos,John Gregory

T / R

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

5 / 35

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2001

Campus: NW Campus

Topic: FAMILY VIOLENCE

Course Details: Seminar in Criminal Justice; Selected contemporary topics in criminal justice. May be repeated for credit. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

SPEA-J 380

2267

INTERNSHIP IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Criminal Justice; Open to interested students who qualify upon approval of the faculty. Students may be placed with various criminal justice agencies for assignment to a defined task relevant to their educational interests. Tasks may involve staff work or research. Full-time participants may earn up to 6 credit hours. May be repeated for credit. Course is graded S/F (satisfactory/ fail). (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SPEA-J 480

2190

RESEARCH IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Research in Criminal Justice; Individual research under guidance of faculty member. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

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 380

2268

INTERNSHIP PUB & ENVIR AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Internship in Public and Environmental Affairs; Open to interested students upon approval of faculty. Students are placed with public agencies or governmental units for assignment to a defined task relevant to their educational interests in public affairs. Tasks may involve staff work or research. Full-time participants may earn up to 6 credit hours.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SPEA-V 390

2137

RDGS IN PUB & ENVIR AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Readings in Public and Environmental Affairs; Independent readings and research related to a topic of special interest to the student. Written report required.

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

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 490

2139

DIR RES PUB & ENVIR AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Directed Research in Public and Environmental Affairs; To be arranged with the individual instructor and approved by the chairperson of the undergraduate program.

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

SPEA-V 580

2141

READINGS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Readings in Public Affairs; Readings on selected topics in public affairs to be arranged with the individual instructor.(Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

SPEA-V 585

2269

PRACTICUM IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Practicum in Public Affairs; Open to interested students through the Center for Public Affairs Service-Learning or Field Study Program. Students hold work assignments with public agencies; final product such as a report, oral examination, or examples of materials developed in the practicum is required. Grading is on a satisfactory/ fail basis. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SPEA-V 590

2143

RESEARCH IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Huey,Jacqueline F

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Research in Public Affairs; Research on selected topics in public affairs to be arranged with the individual instructor. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

RADS-J 205

13445

TOPICAL ANATOMY&MEDICAL IMAGNG

Sorg,Amanda Gail

M / W

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

0 / 12

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2164

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Topical Anatomy and Medical Imaging; Procedure for imaging human structure and their relevance to radiation therapy; topographical anatomy and cross-sectional anatomy. Identification of anatomic structures as demonstrated through various imaging modalities.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

RADS-R 100

2148

ORIENTATION TO RAD TECHNOLOGY

Woods,Susan

M / T / W

8:00 AM - 9:50 AM

2 / 45

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2158

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Orientation to Radiologic Technology; Introduction to the field of radiology and its history. Student learns proper ethical standards, becomes acquainted with the duties and responsibilities in personal care for the patient, investigates radiation protection for the patient and personnel. Degree credit will not be given for both RADS R100 and RADS R104. (Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 6/26- 08/15/17 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 7/20/17;

RADS-R 100

2556

ORIENTATION TO RAD TECHNOLOGY

Sorg,Amanda Gail

T / R

9:00 AM - 11:50 AM

0 / 12

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2164

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Orientation to Radiologic Technology; Introduction to the field of radiology and its history. Student learns proper ethical standards, becomes acquainted with the duties and responsibilities in personal care for the patient, investigates radiation protection for the patient and personnel. Degree credit will not be given for both RADS R100 and RADS R104. (Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

RADS-R 103

2149

INTRO TO CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY

Smith,Nancy

M / T / W

10:00 AM - 11:50 AM

2 / 38

0

Open

Credits: 2

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2158

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Clinical Radiography; Introduction to the functions and basic procedures of a diagnostic radiography department. Emphasis is placed on radiographic equipment, radiation protection, positioning terminology, and procedures used on typical radiographic examinations. (Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 6/26- 08/05/17 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 7/20/17;

RADS-R 181

2150

CLIN EXPERIENCE-RADIOGRAPHY

Balac,Vesna

TBA

2 / 38

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Clinic

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Clinical Experience in Radiography; Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 6/26- 08/05/17 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 7/20/17; A RADIATION MONITORING FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

RADS-R 185

2004

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Woods,Susan

TBA

1 / 50

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Web-based Class - WEB

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Medical Terminology; Introduction to the origin and derivation of medical words as well as their meanings. (Fall, Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FINAL EXAM ADMINISTERED ON CAMPUS; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

RADS-R 207

2345

SEMINAR:

Jones,Robin J.

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 1

Course Type: Seminar

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Seminar in Radiography; Individual and group study focusing on current and emerging imaging topics. May be repeated for credit if topic differs.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SWK-S 141

2315

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK

Mrozinske,Elena C

Online

3 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Social Work; This course is an introduction to the profession of social work and the philosophical, societal, and organizational contexts within which professional social work activities are conducted. It introduces the knowledge, skills and values of social work as a profession and explores the role of social workers within the broad area of social welfare and social services. Cognitive and interaction skills necessary for competent practice are introduced in this course as is the value base of social work practice and its commitment to social and economic justice. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SWK-S 513

2270

HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN SOC ENVIR II

Thomas,Mark D

Online

3 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Human Behavior in the Social Environment II ; This course builds upon S503 (HBSE I) and focuses on developing further knowledge of human behavior theories and their application to practice. Students will link course content to the concentration that the student has selected. (Summer II)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SWK-S 616

2313

SOCIAL WRK PRACTICE IN SCHOOLS

Hippie,Jennifer Lee

Online

1 / 20

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Practice

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Social Work Practice in Schools; This advanced level practice course is designed to provide students with an overview of contemporary social work practice in school settings. Specific topical areas include the historical and contemporary contexts of social work service in school settings, legal mandates for social work practice in schools, social policies and trends in education affecting school settings and social work practice in schools, preventive and intervention methods and roles applicable to diverse populations in school settings, research issues and practice effectiveness, and multiculturalism and diversity issues in social work practice in schools.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SWK-S 651

2336

SWK PRACTICUM II

TBA

TBA

0 / 10

0

Cancelled

Credits: 4

Course Type: Practicum

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: MSW Concentration Practicum II; This course along with S 652provides an in-depth practicum experience for M.S.W. concentration students. Students complete both courses in the same agency/organization under practice supervision of an approved agency field instructor and academic guidance of a faculty liaison.The practicum experience builds upon the more generalist-focused Intermediate Practicum I (SWK S 555) and deepens the integration and application of social work knowledge, values, and skills for advanced practice in the students area of concentration. Students engage in these advanced practicum courses while enrolled in concentration required courses. Students spend a minimum of 320 hours providing concentration related services that allows students an opportunity to engage in experiences that support mastery of all ten core competencies as operationalized by advanced practice behaviors. (Fall, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SWK-S 652

2337

SWK PRACTICUM III

Lynch,Darlene H

TBA

0 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 5

Course Type: Practicum

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: MSW Concentration Practicum III; This course along with S 651 provides an in-depth practicum experience for M.S.W. concentration students. Students complete both courses in the same agency,/organization under practice supervision of an approved agency field instructor and academic guidance of a faculty liaison. The practicum experience builds upon the more generalist-focused Intermediate Practicum I (SWK S 555) and S 651 Practicum II) and deepens the integration and application of social work knowledge, values, and skills for advanced practice in the students area of concentration. Students engage in these advanced practicum courses while enrolled in concentration required courses. Students spend a minimum of 320 hours providing concentration related services that allows students an opportunity to engage in experiences that support mastery of all ten core competencies as operationalized by advanced practice behaviors. (Spring, Fall)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

SWK-S 683

2338

COMM-BASED PRAC MTL HLTH&ADDIC

Wightman,Rondi Lynn

TBA

3 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Practice

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Web-based Class - WEB

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.

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.

SWK-S 690

2240

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Lynch,Darlene H

TBA

0 / 22

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 3

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Independent Study; An opportunity to engage in a self-directed study of an area related to the school's curriculum in which no formal course is available. (In order to enroll in S690, approval from an academic advisor and the director of the M.S.W. program is required).

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

SWK-S 694

2440

SW PRACTICE WITH OLDER ADULTS

Chonody,Jill Michelle

Online

3 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Social Work Practice with Older Adults; The purpose of this course is to provide health practice concentration students with increased depth of knowledge in the area of practice with older adults in healthcare areas, such as acute care hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, adult day care and long-term care facilities. Effective social work practice relies on evidence-based theories on aging, biopsychosocial assessment, and relevant research on aging. Older adults are one of the fastest growing populations in the United States, and advances in technology have enhanced longevity. However, increased longevity has engendered complex and demanding issues, such as quality of life, right of self-determination, biopsychosocial issues and the responsibility to protect a vulnerable population. The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to effectively work with older adults.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; COURSE DATES 6/27 - 8/07/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE: 6/10/2016; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SOC-S 163

2125

SOCIAL PROBLEMS

Bloom,Jack

T / R

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM

6 / 60

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 416

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Social Problems; Major social problems in areas such as the family; religion; economic order; crime; mental disorders; civil rights; racial, ethnic, and international tensions. Relation to structure and values of larger society (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

SOC-S 215

2126

SOCIAL CHANGE

Bloom,Jack

T / R

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

0 / 25

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Social Change; Introduction to theoretical and empirical studies of social change. Explores issues such as modernization; rationalization; demographic, economic, and religious causes of change; reform and revolution. (Fall, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; HAWT215; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

SOC-S 317

2480

SOCIAL STRATIFICATION

TBA

TBA

0 / 30

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Social Stratification; Nature, functioning, and maintenance of systems of social stratification in local communities and societies. Correlates and consequences of social class position and vertical mobility. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; HAWT215; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED

SOC-S 410

13431

ADV TPCS: SOCIAL ORGANIZATION

Bloom,Jack

T / R

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

6 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Topics in Social Organization; Specific topics announced each semester; e.g., social stratification, formal organizations, urban social organization, education, religion, sport and leisure, medicine, politics, demography, social power, social conflict, social change, comparative social systems. May be repeated three times for credit. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

SOC-S 495

2274

INDIV READNGS/RES IN SOCIOLOGY

Bloom,Jack

TBA

0 / 5

0

Open

Credits: 1 - 6

Course Type: Independent Study

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: -

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Individual Readings in Sociology; Prior arrangement, usually in conjunction with honors work. (Independent study and internship program.) (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

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

SPAN-S 150

2128

ELEMENTARY SPANISH II

Gajdos,Monica

Online

14 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 4

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Elementary Spanish II; Introduction to present-day Spanish, basic structural patterns, functional vocabulary, and selected aspects of Hispanic civilizations and cultures. (Fall, Spring, and Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SPAN-S 250

2130

SECOND-YEAR SPANISH II

Kubaszyk,Jeff

M / W

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

8 / 24

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 464

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Second-Year Spanish II; Continuation of SPAN S200, with increased emphasis on communication skills and selected readings on aspects of Hispanic culture. (Fall, Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE PREREQUISITE: SPAN-S200 OR EQUIVALENT.; A LANGUAGE LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

SPCH-S 121

2133

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Yoldash,Ibrahim

Online

13 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Public Speaking; Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SPCH-S 121

2221

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Wright,Alicia

M / W

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

5 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 200

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Public Speaking; Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

SPCH-S 121

2326

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Wright,Alicia

Online

1 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Public Speaking; Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SPCH-S 121

2327

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Lambert,Karenza L

Online

1 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW OCC REP

Course Details: Public Speaking; Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

SPCH-S 121

2557

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Long,Clifford T

T / R

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

2 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Raintree Hall - 145

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Public Speaking; Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

SPCH-S 122

2135

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Long,Clifford T

Online

8 / 25

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: NW OCC REP

Course Details: Interpersonal Communication; Practical consideration of spontaneous human interaction in face-to-face situations. Special attention to perception, language, and attitudes in dyads and small groups. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

THTR-T 100

2421

INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

Arfken,Kathy A

Online

2 / 30

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Introduction to Theatre; Overview of theories, methodology, and skills. Emphasis on theatre as a composite art. Relationship of various components: play, playwright, actor, director, designer, audience, critic, and physical theatre.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

THTR-T 101

2471

SCRIPT ANALYSIS FOR THEATRE

Baer,Mark Christopher

Online

0 / 30

0

Cancelled

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS WAS CANCELLED. This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

WGS-W 302

2332

ISSUES IN GENDER STUDIES

Pegram,Scooter

T / R

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

2 / 10

0

Open

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

Campus: NW Campus

Course Details: Issues in Women's and Gender Studies; Interdisciplinary approach to selected ideas, trends and problems in WGS from a humanities perspective. Specific issues announced in the schedule of classes. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH AAAD-A 208 AND LIBS-D512. TOPIC: THE AFRICAN CARIBBEAN; THIS COURSE HAS BEEN APPROVED TO ENFORCE THE IU NORTHWEST ATTENDANCE AND COURSE COMMITMENT POLICY. THE FULL TEXT OF THIS POLICY IS AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://WWW.IUN.EDU/REGISTRAR/ATTENDANCE-POLICIES.HTM

WGS-W 302

2470

ISSUES IN GENDER STUDIES

Pegram,Scooter

Online

10 / 10

0

Closed

Credits: 3

Course Type: Lecture

Term: 2nd Summer

Location: Online Class - ONLINE

Campus: Off Campus

Course Details: Issues in Women's and Gender Studies; Interdisciplinary approach to selected ideas, trends and problems in WGS from a humanities perspective. Specific issues announced in the schedule of classes. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH CMLT C340, FREN F311, FREN F391, AND LIBS D511.. THIS SECTION MEETS GROUP III-C FOR COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES GENERAL EDUCATION. ONLY THIS SECTION AND FREN-F391 SECTIONS (NOT THE OTHER CROSS-LISTED SECTIONS) MEET THIS GROUP DESIGNATION.. VT: GENDER IN FRENCH CINEMA; This is a 100% online class taught by IU Northwest. No on-campus class meetings are required. A distance education fee will apply; check your campus bursar website for more information. Textbook purchases may be made through your home campus bookstore.

    Back to Top