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15176

Lecture

THE BLACK FAMILY

Hicks,Patricia Ann

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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

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16353

Lecture

AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I

Jiles,Miriam

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 19

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 201

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH HIST A355; 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

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15205

Laboratory

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

TBA

W

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 5

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 344

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; ;

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15202

Lecture

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

TBA

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 35

Open

Credits: 5

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 123

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 LABS.; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ONE LABORATORY SECTION FIRST.. 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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16379

Lecture

HUMANS & THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD

TBA

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 29

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 123

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; ; 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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15210

Discussion

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1

Avis,Peter G

T

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 344

Course Details: Introduction to the Biological Sciences I; An introductory course designed for prospective biology majors and students majoring in ancillary sciences. Principles of life processes including the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15210

Discussion

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1

Gao,Ming

T

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 344

Course Details: Introduction to the Biological Sciences I; An introductory course designed for prospective biology majors and students majoring in ancillary sciences. Principles of life processes including the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15212

Discussion

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1

Avis,Peter G

R

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 346

Course Details: Introduction to the Biological Sciences I; An introductory course designed for prospective biology majors and students majoring in ancillary sciences. Principles of life processes including the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15212

Discussion

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1

Gao,Ming

R

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 346

Course Details: Introduction to the Biological Sciences I; An introductory course designed for prospective biology majors and students majoring in ancillary sciences. Principles of life processes including the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15802

Laboratory

INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1

Kennedy,Kevin James

T

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 346

Course Details: Introduction to the Biological Sciences I; An introductory course designed for prospective biology majors and students majoring in ancillary sciences. Principles of life processes including the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-A 311

15231

Lecture

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I

Lee,Brandon Byunghwan

R

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 45

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2001

Course Details: Intermediate Accounting I; Theory of asset valuation and income measurement. Principles underlying published financial statements. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: A202 & 60 HOURS; 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.

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15232

Lecture

INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION

Thomas,James Carl

W

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 35

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 107

Course Details: Introduction to Taxation; Internal Revenue code and regulations. Emphasis on income, exclusions from income, deductions, and credits. Use of tax forms in practical problem situations. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: A202 & 60 HOURS; 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.

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15727

Lecture

AUDITING & ASSURANCE SERVICES

Holtz,Richard

T

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 27

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 201

Course Details: Auditing; Internal and external audits of business operations. Review of internal control including EDP systems. Verification of systems for recording and processing transactions and balance sheet and operating accounts. Statistical sampling in auditing. (Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: A312 & 60 HOURS; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-F 420

15655

Lecture

EQUITY & FIXED INCOME INVSTMNT

Nelson,William Bernard

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 21

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 212

Course Details: Investment; Conceptual and analytical frameworks for formulating investment policies, analyzing securities, and constructing portfolio strategies for individuals and institutions. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: F301 & 60 HOURS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH ECON E390.; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

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33881

Lecture

MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE

Selladurai,Rajan S

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

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; ABOVE SECTION WILL INVOLVE STUDENTS WITH THE SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE & CONSULTING WITH LOCAL BUSINESSES. AN ETS EXAM FEE WILL BE ASSESSED. PREREQUISITES: F301, K321, M301, P301, Z301,OR Z302: SENIOR STANDING & ADMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS; 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.

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-K 221

15238

Lecture

INTRO TO INFO SYS FOR BUSINESS

Zochalski,Ron

W

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 212

Course Details: Introduction to Information Systems for Business; Introduction to usage of computers and Internet in business; the components of information systems for business, and applications of software in a business environment, software tools for communication, decision support, and productivity improvement. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ABOVE CLASS#'S HAVE A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. PREREQUISITES: W100, CSCI A106 & 30 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.

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-K 321

16529

Lecture

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECH

Patterson III,Archie Emmanuel

M

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 36

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 202

Course Details: Management Information Systems; Introduction to management information systems and systems theory; system life-cycle and development processes; investigation and analysis of information systems as a managerial resource for decision making. Emphasizes business-oriented information systems. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: K221 AND CSCI A285, & 60 HOURS; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. AN ETS ICT EXAMINATION FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. 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.

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-X 220

15250

Lecture

CAREER PERSPECTIVES

Harmon,HelenMarie

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 45

Open

Credits: 2

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 460

Course Details: Career Perspectives; Open to freshmen. A course designed to assist students in developing career and related academic goals and skills relative to professional employment in business administration; to assist students in making sound, informed choices regarding potential career paths and attendant academic options within the business administration degree program; to develop a more sophisticated understanding of the professional realm, the changing nature of work, and those tools and knowledge critical to developing effective career management skills. No credit is given to juniors and seniors in the School of Business and Economics. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; NOTE: NO CREDIT GIVEN TO JUNIORS & SENIORS ADMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS.. STUDENTS SHOULD ALSO ENROLL IN BUS X255. THIS COURSE REQUIRES A HALF-DAY ON CAMPUS ASSESSMENT CENTER EXPERIENCE.. THIS SECTION IS OPEN TO FRESHMEN. COURSE DATES: 8/20-10/27/2018 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE:9/28/2018; THERE WILL BE AN ASSESSMENT CENTER FEE ADDED TO THIS COURSE.. 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

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15820

Lecture

TOPICS IN BUSINESS

Harmon,HelenMarie

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 45

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 460

Topic: DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE

Course Details: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace; Open to freshmen. Identify and evaluate biases, assumptions and stereotypes about diverse groups. Understand the impact of social identity group membership. Appraise the benefits of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and in society.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 10/29-12/15/2018 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE:11/26/2018. THIS SECTION IS OPEN TO FRESHMEN.;

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16196

Lecture

TOPICAL EXPLORATIONS IN BUS

McCullough,Donna Annette

R

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 35

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Topic: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: BUS Z302, ECON E270 AND 56 CREDIT HOURS.; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

Detail Section Open / Close BUS-X 410

15251

Lecture

BUS CAREER PLANNING & PLCMT

Harmon,HelenMarie

M / W

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 460

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; COURSE DATES: 10/29-12/15/2018 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE:11/26/2018. PREREQUISITE: 60 HOURS OPEN TO ALL JUNIORS & SENIORS. THIS COURSE REQUIRES A HALF-DAY ASSESSMENT CENTER EXPERIENCE.; THERE WILL BE AN ASSESSMENT CENTER FEE ADDED TO THIS COURSE.

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15252

Lecture

MANAGING & BEHAVR IN ORGANIZTN

Hobson,Charles J

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 49

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Course Details: Managing and Behavior in Organizations; Integration of behavior and organizational theories. Application of concepts and theories toward improving, individual, group, and organizational performance. Builds from a behavioral foundation toward an understanding of managerial processes. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: PSY P102 & 60 HOURS; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

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33877

Lecture

WAGE AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION

McCullough,Donna Annette

T

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2001

Course Details: Wage and Salary Administration; Tools and techniques of wage and salary administration consisting of steps in job evaluation, wage theories and complexities; a total framework of the compensation program involving systems of reward and implications for management decision making is presented. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: 56 CREDIT HOURS; BUS Z302 AND ECON E270. THIS COURSE MAY BE USED TOWARDS THE HR MANAGEMENT MINOR FOR STUDENTS PURSING THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CONCENTRATION WITH THEIR B S IN BUSINESS DEGREE; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.

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16570

Lecture

LEADING/MOTIVAT INDIV & TEAMS

Roberts,Cynthia S

W

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 1156

Course Details: Leading and Motivating Individuals and Teams; Improves manager's ability to motivate employees to work on behalf of the company by examining what motivates people to work and how to direct individuals and teams toward a desired goal. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: BUS Z302 & 60 HOURS; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

Detail Section Open / Close BUNW-A 516

16088

Lecture

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Kini,Ranjan B

W

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 202

Course Details: Management Information Systems; An integration of applications and techniques. The design of management information systems. Advanced topics include the interaction between organizational structure, the information system, and the database. Case studies of system design and implementation. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 8/21 - 10/15/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 9/23/2016. PREREQUSITIES: ALL FOUNDATION COURSES. THIS IS A WEEKNIGHT MBA CORE COURSE. THIS COURSE IS HYBRID MEETING EVERY OTHER WEEK.; AN ETS ICT EXAMINATION FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. 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 HYBRID CLASS.

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16109

Lecture

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Kmiec,Andrew Robert

T

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 212

Course Details: Operations Management; Application of statistical and quantitative techniques to the design of work methods and standards, materials management and handling systems, inventory control, scheduling and planning, production-line design, plant layout and location, maintenance, and product control. Includes discussion of material requirements planning (MRP and MRP-II), just-in-time inventory (JIT) and its Japanese equivalent KANBAN, quality control (QC), and operations strategy. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITIES: ALL FOUNDATION COURSES THIS IS AN MBA CORE REQUIREMENT. THIS IS A WEEKNIGHT MBA CORE COURSE. THIS COURSE IS HYBRID MEETING EVERY OTHER WEEK.; A LAB FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.. 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 HYBRID CLASS.

Detail Section Open / Close BUNW-C 512

16219

Lecture

MANAGING IN A TEAM-BASED ORG

Hobson,Charles J

M

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 1156

Course Details: Managing in a Team-Based Organization; Uses multiple psychological and behavioral assessment tools as a foundation to evaluate and enhance student capabilities in teamwork and leadership. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PRE; ALL FOUNDATION COURSES. THIS IS A WEEKNIGHT MBA CORE COURSE. THIS COURSE IS HYBRID MEETING EVERY OTHER WEEK.. THIS IS AN MBA CORE REQUIREMENTS;

Detail Section Open / Close BUNW-C 517

16409

Lecture

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS

Nelson,William Bernard

R

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 26

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 1156

Course Details: Financial Management Analysis; Application of financial theory and techniques of analysis in searching for optimal solutions to financial management problems. (MBA Core Course)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS IS A WEEKNIGHT MBA CORE COURSE; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

Detail Section Open / Close CHEM-C 105

15697

Discussion

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I

Kelly,Daniel Nicholas

M

7:00 PM - 7:50 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 119

Course Details: Principles of Chemistry I; Basic principles, including stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, gases, and solutions. Lectures and discussion. Credit given for only CHEM-C 101 or CHEM-C 105. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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16439

Lecture

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II

Kelly,Daniel Nicholas

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

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; PREREQUISITE: C105. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ONE DISCUSSION SECTION FIRST AND, IF REQUIRED, ONE CHEM C126 LAB.; 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

Detail Section Open / Close CHEM-C 126

16441

Laboratory

EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II

Wozniewski,Linda B

W

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 2

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 136

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

Detail Section Open / Close CHRI-C 301

15595

Lecture

HISTORY OF PUERTO RICO

Alicea-Hurson,Annette Agnes

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 21

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 111

Course Details: History of Puerto Rico; Colonization by Spain; international development; Spanish-American War; occupation by United States; economic, social and political development; migration to the mainland; debate on independence, autonomy, and statehood. Cross-listed with(HIST-F 301) (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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

Detail Section Open / Close COAS-Q 510

15883

Lecture

TOPICS IN INFORMATION LITERACY

Booker,Latrice R

T / R

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

0 / 18

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Location: Anderson Library Conference Ce - 230A

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; CLASS DATES: 8/20/2018-10/13/2018 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE:9/21/2018; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MLS STUDENTS ONLY.

Detail Section Open / Close CSCI-A 106

15282

Lecture

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING

Jordan,Jeff

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 211

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; ; 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

Detail Section Open / Close CSCI-A 106

15994

Lecture

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING

Stapke,Charles

R

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

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; ; 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

Detail Section Open / Close CSCI-A 285

15287

Lecture

ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER APPS

Johnson,Karen D

T

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

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; PREREQUISITE: CSCI A106; 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

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Lecture

CMPTR/NTWK SECURITY ESSENTIALS

Abiona,Olatunde Olusesan

W

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 226

Course Details: Computer and Network Security Essentials; The computing security problem. Threats, vulnerabilities, exploits, defenses, and countermeasures. Firewalls and TCP/IP services. Information and risk. Implementing security policies and practices. Disaster planning, prevention, and recovery operations. Legal, ethical and privacy issues. (Spring, Summer II, alternate years)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: CSCI-A 247 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.; 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

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Lecture

OBJECT-ORIENTED SYS ANLS I

Wang,Jie

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 333

Course Details: Object-oriented Systems Analysis and Design; This course is an introduction to object-oriented analysis and design. The course covers the foundations, methods and phases of object-oriented analysis and design in developing an information system. Building an information system requires requirements collection, behavioral modeling and dynamic interactions in the system. A major goal of this course is to teach core concepts, modeling methods, UML diagrams and major phases of analysis and design. The topics to be introduced include methodology, object orientation, requirements collection, domain analysis, use case modeling, structural modeling and database modeling. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: CSCI A106 AND C106; 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

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Lecture

INTRO TO MICROECONOMICS

Lin,Tin-Chun

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 45

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 416

Course Details: Introduction to Microeconomics; Introduction to economic analysis. Resource allocation in market and nonmarket economics. Behavior of consumers, firms, and industries. Policy issues such as regulation of business, collective bargaining, and environmental protection. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: MATH M007 OR MATH A100 OR EQUIVALENT PROFICIENCY; 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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Lecture

TOPICS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY 1

Pollak,Micah

M / W

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 22

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 151

Course Details: Economic History; A broad introductory course to the economic and business history of the United States from the time of European and African colonization of the New World to the present. Topics include: origins and evolution of capitalism; economic growth; changing relationship between labor and capital; and globalization.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH ECON E409.; 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

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Lecture

UNDERGRAD SEMINAR IN ECONOMICS

Nelson,William Bernard

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 3

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 212

Topic: INVESTMENTS

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; NO CREDIT GIVEN IF BUS F420 PREVIOUSLY TAKEN. NO CREDIT FOR STUDENTS IN THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONIMICS.. THIS CLASS IS ONLY FOR ECONOMICS MAJORS.. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH BUS F420.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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Lecture

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE U.S.

Pollak,Micah

M / W

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 3

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 151

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; NO CREDIT IS GIVEN IF ECON E111 IS PREVIOUSLY TAKEN.. THE ABOVE CLASS# IS FOR NON-BUSINESS STUDENTS ONLY.. THIS CLASS# MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH ECON E111.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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15687

Lecture

ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY ADMIN

Smith,Vernon

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 342

Course Details: Elementary and Secondary Administration; The course will explore the roles and functions of K-12 building level educational leader. Major focus will be on the managerial skills required to improve school effectivness. Through independent research, collaborative class activities and meaningful dialogue, students will exchange ideas and practical information concerning school administration. (Fall)

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

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Practicum

PRACTICUM IN EDUC LEADERSHIP

Smith,Vernon

T

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 19

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 331

Course Details: Practicum in School Administration; Provides for closely supervised field experience in various areas of school administration. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; THIS IS THE FIRST 3 CREDITS OF EDUC A695. STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER IN 3 CREDITS DURING THE SPRING TERM FOR A TOTAL OF 6 CREDITS.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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15693

Practice

LAB/FIELD EXPRNCE IN SPEC ED

Kim,Eunjoo

R

6:45 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 18

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 329

Course Details: Practicum in Special Education; Closely supervised field experience in areas of MiMH / LD. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; STUDENTS WHO ARE IN THE THIRD SEMESTER OF THE TAL PROGRAM MUST TAKE E341,K344, K352, & K495 CONCURRENTLY. FIELD EXPERIENCE WILL BE TUESDAYS FROM 7:00A - 3:30P.; AN EDUCATION EARLY EXPERIENCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

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15333

Lecture

TCHING OF MUS IN THE ELEM SCH

Abbott,Joyce Arlene

W

5:00 PM - 6:40 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 2

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 223

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

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15629

Lecture

ART ED IN SCHOOL & MUSEUM

Wiese,Paula

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Off-campus Class - OC

Course Details: Foundations of Art Education and Methods II; Learning to teach art at thehigh school level. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED EDUC-M 330.. THIS CLASS WILL MEET AT PORTAGE HIGH SCHOOL;

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15336

Lecture

METH OF TCH SH/JH/MS SCIENCE

Pramuk,Jessica Lynn

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 7

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 243

Course Details: Methods of Teaching Senior High / Junior High / Middle School Science; Designed for students who plan to teach biology, chemistry, earth / space science, general science, or physical science in the senior high / junior high / middle school. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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16232

Lecture

METH OF TCH SH/JH/MS ENGLISH

Troxell,Danielle Lynn

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 9

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 203

Course Details: Methods of Teaching Senior High / Junior High / Middle School English; Methods, techniques, content, and materials applicable to the teaching of English in the senior high / junior high / middle school. (Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15337

Lecture

TEACHING MATHEMATICS 5-12

Dranchak,Frank

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 7

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 329

Course Details: Teaching Mathematics 5-12; This course will focus on the curriculum and instruction issues that teachers face every day in the classroom. Specifically, students in the course will examine current theories and apply these theories to instructional practices. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15339

Lecture

TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES 5-12

Lauzon,Glenn Paul

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 12

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 223

Course Details: Teaching Social Studies 5-12; Historical and contemporary roles of social studies will be explored with an emphasis on roles played by history, the social sciences, and the humanities. Particular attention is given to development of skills essential to successful social studies instruction and a resource bank of instructional ideas. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15651

Lecture

LABORATORY/FIELD EXPERIENCE

Trzcinka,Sheila Marie

R

6:45 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 10

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 330

Topic: F/L EXP: MILD DISABILITIES

Course Details: Laboratory/Field Experience; Field Experience: Emotional Disabilities. Supervised field experience in area of emotional disabilities. M501 must be taken concerrently with K543. This course is intended to provide practical application of content covered in K543 Education of the Socially and Emotionally Disturbed.

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; ; ABOVE CLASS# GRADED ON S/F BASIS ONLY.. ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. AN EDUCATION EARLY EXPERIENCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED.

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15343

Lecture

PSYCHOL MEASURMNT IN THE SCHS

Crowe,Terry Richard

W

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 149

Course Details: Psychological Measurement in the Schools; Application and measurement principles of classroom testing, construction, and evaluation of classroom tests; evaluation of student performance; interpretation and use of measurement data; assessment of aptitudes, achievement, and interests via standardized tests; school testing programs. (Fall, Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15896

Lecture

ASSESSMENT IN SCHOOLS

Crowe,Terry Richard

W

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 149

Course Details: Testing in the Classroom ; Construction of classroom tests and other evaluation devices. Teacher's use of standardized tests. Designated for master's-level teacher-training students who had no undergraduate course in measurement. (Spring, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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15344

Lecture

PROB IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Dranchak,Frank

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 7

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 329

Topic: TCH MATH IN SECONDARY SCHLS II

Course Details: Problems in Secondary Education; Analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS IN INITIAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC M459.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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15345

Lecture

PROB IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Lauzon,Glenn Paul

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 7

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 223

Topic: TCH SOCST IN SECONDARY SCHL II

Course Details: Problems in Secondary Education; Analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS IN INITIAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC M483; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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15346

Lecture

PROB IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Troxell,Danielle Lynn

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 10

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 203

Topic: TCH ENGL IN SECONDARY SCHLS II

Course Details: Problems in Secondary Education; Analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS IN INITIAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS. THIS CLASS WILL MEET AT PORTAGE HIGH SCHOOL; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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15347

Lecture

PROB IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Pramuk,Jessica Lynn

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 8

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 243

Topic: TCH SCIEN IN SECONDARY SCHL II

Course Details: Problems in Secondary Education; Analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS IN INITIAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC M446; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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Lecture

PROB IN SECONDARY EDUCATION

Wiese,Paula

M

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 10

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Off-campus Class - OC

Topic: VISUAL ARTS METHODS II

Course Details: Problems in Secondary Education; Analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; FOR STUDENTS IN INITIAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH EDUC M430; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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Lecture

READING, WRITING, & INQUIRY I

Peterson,Nina

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 428

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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Lecture

PROFESSIONAL WRITING SKILLS

Williams,Mayre

T

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 428

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.. THIS IS AN INTENSIVE WRITING CLASS.

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16389

Lecture

INTRO TO GENERAL STUDIES

Ballard,Kevin

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 454

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; FRESHMAN PURSUING THE BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES DEGREE ARE ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE; 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

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Activity

EXPRNCE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Smith-Faught,Cynthia Ann

M / W

5:00 PM - 5:50 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session One

Location: Savannah Center - 237

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; Conscious Movement blends the flow of yoga, the liberation of meditation, and the joy of dance in one practice. Explore your own rhythm and express it in a safe and non-competitive environment, a fun and mindful way to move the body.. VT: CONSCIOUS MOVEMENT; This class meets during the first eight weeks of the semester.

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Activity

EXPRNCE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Smith-Faught,Cynthia Ann

M / W

7:00 PM - 7:50 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Savannah Center - 237

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; Conscious Movement blends the flow of yoga, the liberation of meditation, and the joy of dance in one practice. Explore your own rhythm and express it in a safe and non-competitive environment, a fun and mindful way to move the body.. VT: CONSCIOUS MOVEMENT; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.

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Activity

EXPRNCE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Cox-Harris,Freda J

M / W

5:00 PM - 5:50 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Savannah Center - 237

Topic: ZUMBA

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; ; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.

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Lecture

FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE

Reeves,Linda G

T

5:15 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 2

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 217

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

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 10/17- 12/17/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 11/18/2016. THIS SECTION OFFERS AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR/ AED PROFESSIONAL RESCUER CERTIFICATION.; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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Lecture

FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE

Howell,Misti Rose

M / W

5:30 PM - 7:10 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 2

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 217

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

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE DATES: 10/17 - 12/17/2016 AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL DATE: 11/18/2016. HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR, AED AND FIRST AID COURSE. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE PARTICIPANTS WILL EARN A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR AND FIRST AID CARD FROM THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION.; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.

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Lecture

AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I

Jiles,Miriam

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 8

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 201

Course Details: Afro-American History I; History of blacks in the United States. Slavery, abolitionism. Reconstruction, post-Reconstruction to 1900.(may be cross-listed with AFRO-A 355) (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH AFRO A355.; 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

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15874

Lecture

INTRO TO GRAD LIBERAL STUDIES

Gallmeier,Charles Phillip

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 151

Course Details: Introduction to Graduate Liberal Studies; A comprehensive introduction to graduate liberal studies. Explores the cultures of the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Investigates interdisciplinary methodologies. Offers strategies for graduate-level reading, research, and writing for other publics.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR COAS Q510 (A ONE CREDIT HOUR COURSE).; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MLS STUDENTS ONLY.

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Lecture

M.L.S. SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE

Shanks-Meile,Stephanie

W

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 5

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

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 MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH SOC S410 AND WGS W400. VT WOMEN AND WORK; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MLS STUDENTS ONLY.

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Lecture

FUNDAMENTALS OF ALGEBRA

Williams,Henry F

M / W

5:20 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 105

Course Details: Fundamentals of Algebra; Designed to provide algebraic skills needed for futuremathematics courses. Integers, rational and real numbers, exponents, decimals, polynomials, equations, word problems, factoring, roots and radicals, quadratic equations, graphing, linear equations in more than one variable, and inequalities. 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. 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

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Lecture

FUNDAMENTALS OF ALGEBRA

TBA

T / R

5:20 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 23

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 201

Course Details: Fundamentals of Algebra; Designed to provide algebraic skills needed for futuremathematics courses. Integers, rational and real numbers, exponents, decimals, polynomials, equations, word problems, factoring, roots and radicals, quadratic equations, graphing, linear equations in more than one variable, and inequalities. 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. 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

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Lecture

ARITHMETIC WITH ALGEBRA

Miller,Cynthia Ann

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 0

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 221

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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

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Lecture

BASIC MATHEMATICS

Becker,Jon

T / R

5:20 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 35

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 460

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-M 007 OR MATH-B007 OR MATH-A100; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED. 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

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Lecture

BASIC MATHEMATICS

Gorter,Doug

M / W

5:20 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 23

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 209

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-M 007 OR MATH-B007 OR MATH-A100; AN APPLIED MATH ASSISTANCE FEE WILL BE ASSESSED. 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

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Lecture

CALCULUS II

Schulze-Halberg,Axel

M / W / R

5:30 PM - 6:55 PM

0 / 23

Open

Credits: 5

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 400

Course Details: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II; Definite integral, applications, L'Hopital's Rule, techniques of integration, limits of sequence, infinite series, polar coordinates. (Fall, Spring)

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

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Lecture

ELEMENTS OF PROBABILITY

Guan,Yuanying

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: -

Course Details: Elements of Probability; The study of probability models that involve one or more random variables. Topics include conditional probability and independence, gambler's ruin and other problems involving repeated Bernoulli trials, discrete and continuous probability distributions, moment generating functions, probability distributions for several random variables, some basic sampling distributions of mathematical statistics, and the central limit theorem. Course topics match portions of Exam for Course 1 of the Society of Actuaries. Credit not given for both MATH M360 and MATH M365. (Fall- even years)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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

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Lecture

GRAPH-NETWORK-THEORY/COMB ANLS

Wang,Xiaofeng

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: -

Course Details: Graph (Network) Theory and Combinatorial Theory; Graph theory: basic concepts, connectivity, planarity, coloring theorems, matroid theory, network programming, and selected topics. Combinatorial theory: generating functions, incidence matrices, block designs, perfect difference sets, selection theorems, enumeration, and other selected topics. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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Lecture

MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1

Burton,Jack

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 37

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 104

Course Details: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I; Elements of set theory, counting numbers. Operations on counting numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real numbers. Open only to elementary education majors. Does not count toward arts and sciences distribution requirement. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: M007; Lab fee required. 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

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Lecture

DEVELOPING ADAPTIVE LEADERS

Darrenkamp,Craig James

T

5:00 PM - 7:45 PM

0 / 12

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 323

Topic: LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT IN THE CLASS.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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Lecture

NURSING MANAGEMENT

Rozelle,Carol N

M

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

0 / 36

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: -

Course Details: Nursing Management; This course focuses on the development of management skills assumed by professional nurses, including delegation of responsibilities, networking, facilitation of groups, conflict resolution, leadership, case management, and collaboration. Concepts addressed include organizational structure, change, managing quality and performance, workplace diversity, budgeting and resource allocation, and delivery systems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; STUDENTS MUST ALSO ENROLL IN ONE SECTION OF S482.; 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

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Lecture

ADV PATHOPHYS LIFESPAN

TBA

T

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 330

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; OPEN TO GRADUATE STUDENTS ADMITTED TO MSN PROGRAM ONLY. CONTACT INSTRUCTOR FOR MORE INFORMATION.; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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15665

Discussion

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1

LaPointe,Michael S

M

6:00 PM - 6:50 PM

0 / 70

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2158

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Introduction to basic structure and function of the human body, including laboratory studies in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Topics are cellular anatomy and physiology; body tissues, and integument and the skeletal, muscle, endocrine, and nervous systems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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Laboratory

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1

TBA

W

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Introduction to basic structure and function of the human body, including laboratory studies in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Topics are cellular anatomy and physiology; body tissues, and integument and the skeletal, muscle, endocrine, and nervous systems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1

TBA

R

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 329

Course Details: Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Introduction to basic structure and function of the human body, including laboratory studies in gross anatomy, histology, and physiology. Topics are cellular anatomy and physiology; body tissues, and integument and the skeletal, muscle, endocrine, and nervous systems. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ;

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Laboratory

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2

TBA

M

5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

0 / 24

Open

Credits: 4

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 329

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

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

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Lecture

MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING

Lee,Hannah

W

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 109

Course Details: Multicultural Counseling; This course explores the role of increasing diversity in the U.S. population and how it will impact the delivery of mental health services. The focus of the course is on different ethnic and minority groups, their customs and values, and the impact that these cultural factors have on the utilization of psychological services.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MSCC AND TO QUALIFIED PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS.;

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Lecture

STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES

Wells,Anne

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 48

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 219

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

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: MATH M117, M100 OR HIGHER; 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

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Lecture

DRUGS AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

Rutherford,Maureen Lynn

M

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 27

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Course Details: Drugs and the Nervous System; Introduction to the major psychoactive drugs and how they act upon the brain to influence behavior. Discussion of the role of drugs as therapeutic agents for various clinical disorders and as probes to provide insight into brain function. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITES: PSY P101 OR BIOL L100 OR HIGHER, AND 30 CREDIT HOURS. THIS CLASS MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH PSY P667.; 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

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Lecture

INTRO TO ADDICTIONS COUNSELING

TBA

T

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 149

Course Details: Introduction to Addictions Counseling; Treatments for drug and alcohol addiction, assessment of drug and alcohol conditions and related disorders, and tracking patients to monitor treatment effectiveness.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; This class open to MSCC students and to qualified Psychology Majors with Department Permission;

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Lecture

PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

TBA

R

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 205

Course Details: Principles of Psychopathology; Description of the phenomena of psychopathology and the principles associated with their classification.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MS CLINICAL COUNSELING STUDENTS OR QUALIFIED PSYCHOLOGY UNDERGRADUATES WITH DEPARTMENTAL PERMISSION.

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Lecture

ASSESSMENT

Lee,Hannah

M

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 109

Course Details: Assessment; Examination of the administration, scoring, and interpretation of selected techniques used in clinical assessment, with special emphasis on addictions assessment. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; his class open to MSCC students and to qualified Psychology Majors with Department Permission;

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Lecture

NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

Rutherford,Maureen Lynn

M

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 10

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Course Details: Neuropsychopharmacology; Analysis of neural mechanisms of drug effects on animal and human behavior, based on behavioral and biological experiments.

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; Class meets concurrently with P407.. This class open to MSCC students and to qualified Psychology majors with Departmental Permission;

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Internship

INTERN IN COUNSELNG PSYCHOLOGY

Harman,Terry Mont

R

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 207

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

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO MS CLINICAL COUNSELING STUDENTS ONLY.

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Lecture

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

Shah,Kalim Ullah

M

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 107

Course Details: Public Management; Managers in the public sector must operate under special constraints that are different from those in the private sector. This course examines the management process in public organizations in the United States. Special attention will be given to external influences on public managers, the effects of the intergovernmental environment, and peculiar problems of management in a democratic, limited government system. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

TBA

W

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2158

Course Details: Management Science; Introduction to management science models and methods for policy analysis and public management. Methods include decision analysis, linear programming, queuing analysis, and simulation. Computer-based applications are included. Prior familiarization with computers (e.g., CSCI C201) is recommended, though not required. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; RECOMMENDED: K300, M118 OR M125; 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

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Lecture

QUANT TOOLS FOR PUB AFFAIRS

Solinas-Saunders,Monica

W

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 32

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Course Details: Quantitative Tools for Public Affairs; A modular presentation of mathematical and statistical concepts designed to prepare students for SPEA V506. Representative module topics include basic algebraic concepts, basic statistical concepts, probability, computer use, and matrix algebra. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; V500 IS REQUIRED BEFORE TAKING V506 IN THE SPRING.; 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. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

Shah,Kalim Ullah

T

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 30

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session One

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2076

Course Details: Public Management; Problems of organization, planning, decision making, performance evaluation, and the management of human resources are considered. Cases are drawn from a variety of public services found at federal, state, and local levels of government. (Fall, Spring)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.. This class meets during the first eight weeks of the semester.

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Lecture

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT ECONOMICS

Szarleta,Ellen Jean

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session One

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2001

Course Details: Public Management Economics ; Application of microeconomics concepts and techniques-including cost, elasticity, pricing, wage determination, and cost-benefit analysis-to public management and public issues and concerns. The course is designed to provide a managerial economics perspective to decision making. (Fall, Summer I)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.. This class meets during the first eight weeks of the semester.

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Lecture

MGMT SCIENCE FOR PUBLIC AFF

TBA

R

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2166

Course Details: Management Science for Public Affairs; Focus on management science methods applied to public policy analysis. Includes treatment of decision theory, constrained optimization and probability/simulation modeling. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT

Chang,Chae Young

T

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 103

Course Details: Health Services Management; A course that integrates theory and application with respect to management of health service organizations. Emphasis on the role of managers and management within formal health service organizations. Current management and organizational theory are applied to an understanding of health care delivery settings. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

TBA

W

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Term: Eight Week - Session Two

Location: -

Course Details: Executive Leadership; Analysis of executive leadership within the context of public organization in the United States. Examines the role of public managers and the principles and factors that affect their actions in light of current research and practice. (Fall)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; THIS CLASS MEETS DURING THE SECOND EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

GEN SOC WK PRAC I: THEOR/SKILL

Olds Sultzman,Vickey R

T

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 145

Course Details: Generalist Social Work Practice I: Theory and Skills; P or C: S221. This course focuses primarily on the application of basic generalist social work skills that demonstrate an understanding and application of the continuum of social work practice in the helping relationship. The course focuses on the beginning phase of the problem-solving process and related skills using a range of perspectives including strengths, empowerment and person-in-environment perspectives. Topics include the nature of the helping relationship, NASW Code of Ethics, practice as it relates to oppressed groups, assessment, and practice evaluations. (Fall, Spring)

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

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Lecture

ORGANIZATION THEORY & PRACTICE

Dwyre,Elena

M

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 221

Course Details: Organizational Theory and Practice within a Generalist Perspective; This course provides the theoretical and conceptual foundation for understanding organizational functioning and behavior, and introduces the knowledge and skills necessary for generalist social work practice and leadership within an organizational context.(Fall)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; CLASS MEETS ON CAMPUS: 8/21, 10/16 AND 12/4.; ABOVE CLASS# HAS A SCHOOL AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

INT PRAC-POL SEM SEL FLDS PRAC

Thomas,Mark D

R

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 40

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 215

Topic: PRAC: ADDICTIONS

Course Details: Practice-policy Seminar in Fields of Practice; Addresses practice and policy issues in specific fields of practice such as child and family, aging, addictions, and developmental disabilities.(Fall)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; THIS CLASS MEETS ON CAMPUS: 8/24,9/7, 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16 AND 11/30/2017.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

INTRO TO THE SWK PROFESSION

Hippie,Jennifer Lee

W

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 1

Wait List: 0

Location: -

Course Details: ;

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; COURSE MEETS FACE TO FACE ON 8/22/2018 AND 12/5/2018; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

DIV, HUMAN RIGHTS, SOC JUSTICE

Thomas,Mark D

M

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: -

Course Details: ;

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

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Lecture

ASSESS MENTAL HLTH & ADDICTNS

Ilievski-Doolittle,Draga

T

6:30 PM - 9:15 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 332

Course Details: Assessment in Mental Health and Addictions; Recognizing the social, political, legal, and ethical implications of assessment, students will critically examine various conceptual frameworks and apply bio-psychosocial and strengths perspectives to understand its multidimensional aspects. Students learn to conduct sophisticated mental status and lethality risk interviews, engage in strengths and assets discovery, and apply the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association and other classification schemes in formulating assessment hypotheses. They gain an understanding of the application of several relevant assessment instruments and learn to evaluate their relevance for service to at- risk populations, including persons affected by mental health and addictions issues. Students learn to collaborate with a diverse range of consumers and other professionals in developing meaningful assessments upon which to plan goals, intervention strategies, and means for evaluation. (Fall)

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

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Lecture

MENT HLTH/ADDICT PRACT IND/FAM

Olds Sultzman,Vickey R

M

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Dunes Med/Prof Bldg - 2080

Course Details: Mental Health and Addictions Practice with Individuals and Families ; This course focuses upon the development ofknowledge, values and ethics, skills, and judgment necessary for competent application of selected evidence-based, best practice approaches for service for children, youth, adults, and families affected by mental health and addictions issues. Students explore topics such as risk and resilience, recovery, and relapse prevention, and consider implications of current social and policy factors affecting service delivery to persons affected by mental health and addictions issues. Students learn to discover, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate evidence of practice effectiveness and apply that knowledge in communication, strengths discovery and assessment, hypothesis formation, contracting, intervention and prevention planning, service delivery, and evaluation. Students develop professional understanding and expertise in the application of at least one evidence-based approach for service to individuals and families affected by at least one specific mental health or addictions issues. (Fall)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; THIS CLASS WILL MEET FACE TO FACE ON 8/21; 9/18; 10/2; 10/16; 10/30; 11/27.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.. THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS.

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Lecture

MNTL HLTH&ADDICT PR WITH GRPS

Ilievski-Doolittle,Draga

W

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 35

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 410

Course Details: Mental Health and Addictions Practice with Groups ; Students enrolled in this course develop professional knowledge and skills for group work services to persons affected by mental health and addictions issues. The phases of group development and intervention during the various group work stages provide a conceptual framework for the course experience. Students learn to serve children, youth, adults, and families in groups that are therapeutic, growth producing, and life enhancing. Students examine a number of theoretical perspectives, including cognitive behavioral, communications, behavioral, and interpersonal approaches. (Spring)

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

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Lecture

HEALTH CARE PRACTICE I

Barbee,Mandy

T

7:00 PM - 9:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Raintree Hall - 223

Course Details: Practice Skills for Health Settings; This course focuses on the role of the social worker in a health care setting. Issues such as team building, professional identity, patient advocacy, ethics, and managed care will be addressed. Also, the impact of health care payment sources and health care choices for patients will be explored. (Fall)

Additional Notes: Department Consent Required; THIS IS A HYBRID CLASS. IT MEETS FACE-TO-FACE ON 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5,11/19 AND 12/3/14. THE REMAINDER OF THE CLASS MEETS ONLINE.; ABOVE CLASS# REQUIRES SECTION AUTHORIZATION.

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Lecture

CRIMINOLOGY

Culp,Gary

R

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 45

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Marram Hall - 119

Course Details: Criminology; Factors in genesis of crime and organization of criminal behavior from points of view of the person and the group. (Occasionally-Once per year)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; ; 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

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16486

Lecture

ADV TPCS: SOCIAL ORGANIZATION

Shanks-Meile,Stephanie

W

5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 12

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 203

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; THIS COURSE MEETS CONCURRENTLY WITH LIBS-D512 AND WGS-W400. VT: WOMEN AND WORK; 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

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33321

Lecture

SPAN AMERICA:CULTURAL CONTEXT

Garcia,Adrian Morgules

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 15

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 331

Course Details: Spanish America: Cultural Context; A course to integrate historical, social, political, and cultural information about Spanish America. (Occasionally)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; P: SPAN S250 OR EQUIVALENT; 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

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15547

Lecture

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Rhye,Shirley M

T / R

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Arts & Sciences - 2100

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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15551

Lecture

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Long,Clifford T

T / R

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Arts & Sciences - 2100

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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15996

Lecture

PUBLIC SPEAKING

McCullough,Donna Annette

M / W

7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

0 / 25

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

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 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. THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET.

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16496

Lecture

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Tippit,Hannah Lynne

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 20

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Arts & Sciences - 2128

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 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

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15557

Lecture

BUSINESS & PROF COMMUNICATION

McCullough,Donna Annette

M / W

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

0 / 22

Open

Credits: 3

Wait List: 0

Location: Hawthorn Hall - 215

Course Details: Business and Professional Speaking; Preparation and presentation of speeches and oral reports appropriate to business and professional occupations; group discussion and parliamentary procedures. Does not count toward fulfillment of arts and sciences Group III distribution requirements. (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II)

Additional Notes: No Special Consent Required; PREREQUISITE: S121 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR; 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

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