Distance Education Summer Semester

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Online Class Requirements

A breakdown of the minimum recommend technical requirements for Distance Education students.


Student Guide

A comprehensive guide to successful distance learning with UAA.

Calendar

Important dates and deadlines for the Summer Semester may be found in the Distance Education Calendar.

    • 2nd 5 week session start/end dates
      • 6/26/2014 - 8/07/2014
    • 10 week session start/end dates
      • 5/19/2014 - 8/07/2014

 

Summer Semester 2014

  1. Art (ART)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A160 *Art Appreciation 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Licka, C 11

      CRN: 50048
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Development of an appreciation of all the visual arts. Emphasis is on the theories, practice, materials and techniques of the visual arts.

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      DISTANCE
      Licka, C 9

      CRN: 50049
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Development of an appreciation of all the visual arts. Emphasis is on the theories, practice, materials and techniques of the visual arts.

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    Development of an appreciation of all the visual arts. Emphasis is on the theories, practice, materials and techniques of the visual arts.

  4. A401 Adv Handbuilt Ceramics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Godfrey, S 0

      CRN: 53255
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Covers functional ceramics, vessel forms and sculptural ceramics. Focus is on the ceramic process as a vehicle for personal creative expression.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission
      May be stacked with: ART A201 and ART A301

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    Covers functional ceramics, vessel forms and sculptural ceramics. Focus is on the ceramic process as a vehicle for personal creative expression.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission
    May be stacked with: ART A201 and ART A301

  5. Aviation Tech/Admin/Mgmt (ATA)

  6. Course Number Course Name Credits
  7. A431 Aircraft Accident Investigatio 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Derry, J -3

      CRN: 52881
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Provides a comparative examination of elements and issues used in a field and laboratory investigation of an aircraft accident. Focuses on the application of relevant course material to research, discover, and analyze facts used to determine the probable cause of an aircraft accident and develop corrective action to prevent recurrence.

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    Provides a comparative examination of elements and issues used in a field and laboratory investigation of an aircraft accident. Focuses on the application of relevant course material to research, discover, and analyze facts used to determine the probable cause of an aircraft accident and develop corrective action to prevent recurrence.

  8. Business Administration (BA)

  9. Course Number Course Name Credits
  10. A151 *Introduction to Business 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Selk, G 7

      CRN: 50108
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces students to the fundamentals of business. Explores strategies that allow companies to compete in today's interactive, global marketplace. Covers each of the functional areas of business: management, marketing, finance and accounting. Students gain some valuable critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-building and communication skills required in modern business environments.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Selk, G 5

      CRN: 50109
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Introduces students to the fundamentals of business. Explores strategies that allow companies to compete in today's interactive, global marketplace. Covers each of the functional areas of business: management, marketing, finance and accounting. Students gain some valuable critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-building and communication skills required in modern business environments.

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    4.        
      DISTANCE
      Selk, G 12

      CRN: 50110
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces students to the fundamentals of business. Explores strategies that allow companies to compete in today's interactive, global marketplace. Covers each of the functional areas of business: management, marketing, finance and accounting. Students gain some valuable critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-building and communication skills required in modern business environments.

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    Introduces students to the fundamentals of business. Explores strategies that allow companies to compete in today's interactive, global marketplace. Covers each of the functional areas of business: management, marketing, finance and accounting. Students gain some valuable critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-building and communication skills required in modern business environments.

  11. A242 Business Law II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Trotter, R 42

      CRN: 52864
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Continuation of Business Law I. Covers topics such as sales and leases, negotiables, debtor-creditor relations, agency, business organizations, and property protection.
      Crosslisted with JUST A242.

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    Continuation of Business Law I. Covers topics such as sales and leases, negotiables, debtor-creditor relations, agency, business organizations, and property protection.
    Crosslisted with JUST A242.

  12. A266 Retailing Management 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kimm, M 31

      CRN: 51946
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces students to the high-tech, global growth retail industry and its vital economic role in society. Covers retailing topics for brick and mortar retailers and electronic storefronts. Includes retailing strategy, merchandise management and store management.

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    Introduces students to the high-tech, global growth retail industry and its vital economic role in society. Covers retailing topics for brick and mortar retailers and electronic storefronts. Includes retailing strategy, merchandise management and store management.

  13. A306 Real Estate Principles 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Fields, T 6

      CRN: 52207
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Surveys real estate legal analysis, private and public restrictions on ownership, deeds, title examination, contracts, title closings, leases, brokerage, appraisal, property management, commercial and residential land uses, urban and regional economics, residential and commercial property financing, and mathematical mortgage analysis.
      Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

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    Surveys real estate legal analysis, private and public restrictions on ownership, deeds, title examination, contracts, title closings, leases, brokerage, appraisal, property management, commercial and residential land uses, urban and regional economics, residential and commercial property financing, and mathematical mortgage analysis.
    Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

  14. A315 Property Mgmt & Marketing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Fields, T 3

      CRN: 50117
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Surveys all aspects of property management and marketing. Topics covered are residential management, shopping center management, office building management, leases, maintenance, landlord-tenant laws, real estate sales and marketing.
      Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

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    Surveys all aspects of property management and marketing. Topics covered are residential management, shopping center management, office building management, leases, maintenance, landlord-tenant laws, real estate sales and marketing.
    Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

  15. A325 Corporate Finance 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Poe Jr, R 0

      CRN: 50118
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Surveys the practice of corporate finance. Topics covered are financial statements analysis, valuation of securities, capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital, capital structure and working capital management.
      Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Poe Jr, R 5

      CRN: 52564
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Surveys the practice of corporate finance. Topics covered are financial statements analysis, valuation of securities, capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital, capital structure and working capital management.
      Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

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    Surveys the practice of corporate finance. Topics covered are financial statements analysis, valuation of securities, capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital, capital structure and working capital management.
    Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

  16. A381 Consumer Behavior 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Cao, Y 0

      CRN: 50122
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Consumer-firm relationship analyzed through the application of concepts drawn from contemporary behavioral science to concrete business cases and practices. Relevant concepts from fields of cultural anthropology, sociology, and psychology applied to problems encountered in marketing to various consumer groups.
      Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

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    Consumer-firm relationship analyzed through the application of concepts drawn from contemporary behavioral science to concrete business cases and practices. Relevant concepts from fields of cultural anthropology, sociology, and psychology applied to problems encountered in marketing to various consumer groups.
    Registration Restrictions: College of Business and Public Policy majors must be admitted to upper-division standing.

  17. Biology (BIOL)

  18. Course Number Course Name Credits
  19. A102 *Introductory Biology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Brown, E 9

      CRN: 50147
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Selected introductory biological concepts including the chemical basis of life, cell structure, energetics, physiology, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and scientific methodology. This course will provide the non-biologist with a working knowledge of life science that will be useful in making informed decisions on health and the environment.
      Special Note: Primarily for non-science majors. Satisfies CAS B.S. degree requirements.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Furman, B 11

      CRN: 50148
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Selected introductory biological concepts including the chemical basis of life, cell structure, energetics, physiology, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and scientific methodology. This course will provide the non-biologist with a working knowledge of life science that will be useful in making informed decisions on health and the environment.
      Special Note: Primarily for non-science majors. Satisfies CAS B.S. degree requirements.

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    Selected introductory biological concepts including the chemical basis of life, cell structure, energetics, physiology, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and scientific methodology. This course will provide the non-biologist with a working knowledge of life science that will be useful in making informed decisions on health and the environment.
    Special Note: Primarily for non-science majors. Satisfies CAS B.S. degree requirements.

  20. Computer Info Systems (CIS)

  21. Course Number Course Name Credits
  22. A105 Intr PC & Application Software 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      WEB BLBD
      Totemoff, H 13

      CRN: 52011
      Section: D2D
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduction to computer literacy emphasizing basic hands-on use of personal computers, operating systems, and application software to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and the Internet.
      Registration Restrictions: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better is recommended.

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    3.        
      WEB BLBD
      Hollis-Buchanan, K 13

      CRN: 52011
      Section: D2D
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduction to computer literacy emphasizing basic hands-on use of personal computers, operating systems, and application software to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and the Internet.
      Registration Restrictions: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better is recommended.

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    4.        
      WEB
      Withrow, T 10

      CRN: 52424
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduction to computer literacy emphasizing basic hands-on use of personal computers, operating systems, and application software to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and the Internet.
      Registration Restrictions: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better is recommended.

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    Introduction to computer literacy emphasizing basic hands-on use of personal computers, operating systems, and application software to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and the Internet.
    Registration Restrictions: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better is recommended.

  23. A110 Computer Concepts in Business 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Fitzgerald, D 0

      CRN: 50326
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-07/12

      Introduces students to the use of popular productivity software, operating system software and computer hardware from a business perspective. Examines personal computer software packages, the information processing cycle and beginning programming concepts. Emphasizes solving business problems utilizing spreadsheet and database software applications.
      Registration Restrictions: Recommended: MATH A105 and (CIS A105 or familiarity with personal computers, basic software applications and keyboarding of at least 30 wpm.)

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Fitzgerald, D 0

      CRN: 50326
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-07/12

      Introduces students to the use of popular productivity software, operating system software and computer hardware from a business perspective. Examines personal computer software packages, the information processing cycle and beginning programming concepts. Emphasizes solving business problems utilizing spreadsheet and database software applications.
      Registration Restrictions: Recommended: MATH A105 and (CIS A105 or familiarity with personal computers, basic software applications and keyboarding of at least 30 wpm.)

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    Introduces students to the use of popular productivity software, operating system software and computer hardware from a business perspective. Examines personal computer software packages, the information processing cycle and beginning programming concepts. Emphasizes solving business problems utilizing spreadsheet and database software applications.
    Registration Restrictions: Recommended: MATH A105 and (CIS A105 or familiarity with personal computers, basic software applications and keyboarding of at least 30 wpm.)

  24. Communication (COMM)

  25. Course Number Course Name Credits
  26. A237 *Interpersonal Communication 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Harville, B 5

      CRN: 50352
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Study of theories and skills related to dyadic communication and the variables which affect it, including conflict, culture, gender, and rules in both personal and professional contexts. Students will develop oral communication skills designed to improve communication in relationships by engaging in a variety of individual exercises, individual presentations, and group activities.
      Special Note: Students who qualify for placement in ENGL A111 or have already completed ENGL A111 are qualified for this course.
      Registration Restrictions: Appropriate test score on English Placement Test, SAT Verbal Section, or ACT English Test will waive the ENGL A109 or PRPE A108 prerequisite.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Harville, B 2

      CRN: 50353
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Study of theories and skills related to dyadic communication and the variables which affect it, including conflict, culture, gender, and rules in both personal and professional contexts. Students will develop oral communication skills designed to improve communication in relationships by engaging in a variety of individual exercises, individual presentations, and group activities.
      Special Note: Students who qualify for placement in ENGL A111 or have already completed ENGL A111 are qualified for this course.
      Registration Restrictions: Appropriate test score on English Placement Test, SAT Verbal Section, or ACT English Test will waive the ENGL A109 or PRPE A108 prerequisite.

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    Study of theories and skills related to dyadic communication and the variables which affect it, including conflict, culture, gender, and rules in both personal and professional contexts. Students will develop oral communication skills designed to improve communication in relationships by engaging in a variety of individual exercises, individual presentations, and group activities.
    Special Note: Students who qualify for placement in ENGL A111 or have already completed ENGL A111 are qualified for this course.
    Registration Restrictions: Appropriate test score on English Placement Test, SAT Verbal Section, or ACT English Test will waive the ENGL A109 or PRPE A108 prerequisite.

  27. A390 Selected Topics: Communication 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Harville, B 0

      CRN: 51592
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/30
      Section Title: Communication in the Workplace

      Selected topics in communication arising from special circumstances of demand or faculty expertise. Specific titles as announced.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit with a change of subtitle.

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    Selected topics in communication arising from special circumstances of demand or faculty expertise. Specific titles as announced.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit with a change of subtitle.

  28. Dietetics & Nutrition (DN)

  29. Course Number Course Name Credits
  30. A151 Nutr Through the Life Cycle 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Casanova, K 6

      CRN: 50384
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces nutritional needs and dietary recommendations through the life cycle: newborns, infants, toddlers, preschool and school-age children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. Covers common childhood, adolescent, adult and elderly conditions and corresponding nutrition interventions.

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    Introduces nutritional needs and dietary recommendations through the life cycle: newborns, infants, toddlers, preschool and school-age children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. Covers common childhood, adolescent, adult and elderly conditions and corresponding nutrition interventions.

  31. A155 Survey of AK Native Nutrition 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Casanova, K 3

      CRN: 52634
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Surveys traditional foods and their role in the physical, social and mental health issues of Alaska Natives within six geo-social regions of Alaska (Arctic/Western, Interior, Aleutian Chain, Southeast, Southcentral and urban Alaska).

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    Surveys traditional foods and their role in the physical, social and mental health issues of Alaska Natives within six geo-social regions of Alaska (Arctic/Western, Interior, Aleutian Chain, Southeast, Southcentral and urban Alaska).

  32. A203 Nutrition for Health Sciences 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Hennard, B 5

      CRN: 50387
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Studies nutrition in the life cycle including food sources and requirements of nutrients, and physiological and metabolic aspects of nutrient function. Reviews disease states, food selection, and cultural and contemporary issues of concern to health professionals.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      DiFilippo, C 2

      CRN: 50388
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Studies nutrition in the life cycle including food sources and requirements of nutrients, and physiological and metabolic aspects of nutrient function. Reviews disease states, food selection, and cultural and contemporary issues of concern to health professionals.

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    Studies nutrition in the life cycle including food sources and requirements of nutrients, and physiological and metabolic aspects of nutrient function. Reviews disease states, food selection, and cultural and contemporary issues of concern to health professionals.

  33. A255 Concepts of Healthy Food 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Bridges, A 15

      CRN: 50389
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Explores the basics of food preparation including cooking, shopping, food handling and safety, meal management, menu writing, recipe modification and evaluation.

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    Explores the basics of food preparation including cooking, shopping, food handling and safety, meal management, menu writing, recipe modification and evaluation.

  34. A315 World Food Patterns 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Bridges, A 8

      CRN: 50390
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Explores the global role of food, including therapeutic uses of food and nutrition, in humans. Examines regional and ethnic influences on food selection and preparation.
      Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses with a minimum grade of C.

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    Explores the global role of food, including therapeutic uses of food and nutrition, in humans. Examines regional and ethnic influences on food selection and preparation.
    Registration Restrictions: Completion of all GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses with a minimum grade of C.

  35. Economics (ECON)

  36. Course Number Course Name Credits
  37. A201 *Prin of Macroeconomics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ross, L 5

      CRN: 50395
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Theoretical approach to determination of the national income level and economic activity including coverage of the history of macroeconomic theory with special emphasis on economic growth, inflation, business cycles, international finance, and monetary and fiscal policy.
      Registration Restrictions: Minimum one year of high school algebra required.

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      DISTANCE
      Ross, L 12

      CRN: 50396
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Theoretical approach to determination of the national income level and economic activity including coverage of the history of macroeconomic theory with special emphasis on economic growth, inflation, business cycles, international finance, and monetary and fiscal policy.
      Registration Restrictions: Minimum one year of high school algebra required.

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    Theoretical approach to determination of the national income level and economic activity including coverage of the history of macroeconomic theory with special emphasis on economic growth, inflation, business cycles, international finance, and monetary and fiscal policy.
    Registration Restrictions: Minimum one year of high school algebra required.

  38. A202 *Prin of Microeconomics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ross, L 27

      CRN: 50399
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      The theory of prices and markets, industrial organization, public policy, income distribution, contemporary problems of labor and business, and international trade, including coverage of the history of microeconomic theory.
      Registration Restrictions: Minimum one year of high school algebra required.

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    The theory of prices and markets, industrial organization, public policy, income distribution, contemporary problems of labor and business, and international trade, including coverage of the history of microeconomic theory.
    Registration Restrictions: Minimum one year of high school algebra required.

  39. ED: Counselor Education (EDCN)

  40. Course Number Course Name Credits
  41. A614 Counseling Diverse Populations 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T  F  04:00PM-6:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Ongtooguk, P 12

      CRN: 51565
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/19-06/24

      Examines issues, concepts, and meanings of culture that impact counseling work with distinctive populations, with a focus on Alaska's context. Addresses relationships and influences among culture, education, society, and counseling.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    3.  M W    04:00PM-7:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Ongtooguk, P 12

      CRN: 51565
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-05/21

      Examines issues, concepts, and meanings of culture that impact counseling work with distinctive populations, with a focus on Alaska's context. Addresses relationships and influences among culture, education, society, and counseling.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    4. SM    S 09:00AM-4:00PM
      PSB 216
      Ongtooguk, P 12

      CRN: 51565
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/14-06/17

      Examines issues, concepts, and meanings of culture that impact counseling work with distinctive populations, with a focus on Alaska's context. Addresses relationships and influences among culture, education, society, and counseling.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    Examines issues, concepts, and meanings of culture that impact counseling work with distinctive populations, with a focus on Alaska's context. Addresses relationships and influences among culture, education, society, and counseling.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

  42. A623 Counseling Skills & Techniques 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M  R   04:00PM-6:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Kelley, K 36

      CRN: 50555
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/05

      Emphasizes developing proficiency in basic and advanced counseling skills and techniques associated with specific theories.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    3.     R   04:00PM-6:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Kelley, K 36

      CRN: 50555
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/19-06/19

      Emphasizes developing proficiency in basic and advanced counseling skills and techniques associated with specific theories.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    4.  M  R   04:00PM-6:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Kelley, K 36

      CRN: 50555
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/23-06/26

      Emphasizes developing proficiency in basic and advanced counseling skills and techniques associated with specific theories.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    Emphasizes developing proficiency in basic and advanced counseling skills and techniques associated with specific theories.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

  43. A624 Group Counseling 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M  R   07:00PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Valentine, G 34

      CRN: 50556
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/05

      Examines group counseling including styles of leadership, stages of process, theoretical concepts, and common topics.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    Examines group counseling including styles of leadership, stages of process, theoretical concepts, and common topics.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

  44. ED: Early Childhood (EDEC)

  45. Course Number Course Name Credits
  46. A105 *Intro Early Childhood 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Jang, A 15

      CRN: 50557
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 06/02-06/23

      Survey of historical, social, and philosophical foundations of the field of early childhood. Core topics include ethics, developmentally appropriate practices, observation and documentation, survey of types of early childhood settings, and professionalism in the field of early childhood.
      Special Note: This course requires a field experience and background check clearance.

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    Survey of historical, social, and philosophical foundations of the field of early childhood. Core topics include ethics, developmentally appropriate practices, observation and documentation, survey of types of early childhood settings, and professionalism in the field of early childhood.
    Special Note: This course requires a field experience and background check clearance.

  47. A242 Family & Community Partnership 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  MTWRF  12:00PM-4:00PM
      PELL
      Wilson, A 3

      CRN: 50560
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/02-06/13

      Examines the importance and complexity of children's families and communities. The course explores programs that support family-centered principles underlying program planning, implementation, and relationship building.

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    Examines the importance and complexity of children's families and communities. The course explores programs that support family-centered principles underlying program planning, implementation, and relationship building.

* - Course meets a GER requirement

 

  1. English (ENGL)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A111 *Introduction to Composition 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Stone, J 1

      CRN: 50632
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

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      DISTANCE
      Stone, J 2

      CRN: 50633
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

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    4.        
      DISTANCE
      Bourne, D 5

      CRN: 50634
      Section: 504
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

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      DISTANCE
      Bourne, D 6

      CRN: 50635
      Section: 505
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

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      DISTANCE
      Langston, S 1

      CRN: 50637
      Section: 560
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

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    Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice, tone and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation, and Standard Written English.

  4. A211 *Academic Writing About Lit 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Nixon, J 5

      CRN: 50642
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in writing based on close analysis of literature. Develops a broad range of expository writing skills. MLA research paper required.

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    Instruction in writing based on close analysis of literature. Develops a broad range of expository writing skills. MLA research paper required.

  5. A212 *Technical Writing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kline, D 4

      CRN: 50650
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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      DISTANCE
      Kline, D 2

      CRN: 50651
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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      DISTANCE
      Kline, D 3

      CRN: 50652
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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      DISTANCE
      Caldwell, H 2

      CRN: 50653
      Section: 504
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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      DISTANCE
      Nixon, J 5

      CRN: 50654
      Section: 505
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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      DISTANCE
      Caldwell, H 13

      CRN: 50655
      Section: 506
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    Instruction in basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. Provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment. Requires a research report and APA documentation style.
    Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT, ACT, or AP scores or approved UAA placement test required.

  6. A213 *Writing in Soc & Nat Sciences 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Paul, E 3

      CRN: 50664
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in academic writing based on close analysis of readings in various disciplines, primarily the social and natural sciences. Develops a broad range of expository writing skills, including composition of the empirical report. APA research paper required.

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      DISTANCE
      Paul, E 2

      CRN: 50665
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in academic writing based on close analysis of readings in various disciplines, primarily the social and natural sciences. Develops a broad range of expository writing skills, including composition of the empirical report. APA research paper required.

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    Instruction in academic writing based on close analysis of readings in various disciplines, primarily the social and natural sciences. Develops a broad range of expository writing skills, including composition of the empirical report. APA research paper required.

  7. A214 *Persuasive Writing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Boyce, M 6

      CRN: 50666
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Instruction in writing based on theories of persuasion and argument practiced in disciplines across the curriculum. Focuses on the elements of the writing process, rhetorical situations and persuasive strategies. Develops a broad range of analytical, persuasive and research skills with special attention to their application in a variety of academic and civic environments. Research-supported papers required.

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    Instruction in writing based on theories of persuasion and argument practiced in disciplines across the curriculum. Focuses on the elements of the writing process, rhetorical situations and persuasive strategies. Develops a broad range of analytical, persuasive and research skills with special attention to their application in a variety of academic and civic environments. Research-supported papers required.

  8. A312 *Adv Technical Writing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Block, P 2

      CRN: 52493
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Advanced study of technical writing principles, practices and genres. Extensive practice in designing, revising and editing print and electronic documents.
      Special Note: May include fees if delivered in a computerized classroom.
      Registration Restrictions: ENGL A212 recommended

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    Advanced study of technical writing principles, practices and genres. Extensive practice in designing, revising and editing print and electronic documents.
    Special Note: May include fees if delivered in a computerized classroom.
    Registration Restrictions: ENGL A212 recommended

  9. Environmental Studies (ENVI)

  10. Course Number Course Name Credits
  11. A211 *Environmental Science 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Slemons, L 7

      CRN: 50691
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces science as a powerful but limited tool for understanding and solving environmental problems. The Earth is discussed as a system with feedbacks and inter- relationships. These include natural systems, cycles and flows and natural and human induced changes in these systems. Topics include: basic ecology, climate change, resources and resource stress (air, water, oceans, soils), natural hazards. Uses Alaskan, Arctic and other regional examples.

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    Introduces science as a powerful but limited tool for understanding and solving environmental problems. The Earth is discussed as a system with feedbacks and inter- relationships. These include natural systems, cycles and flows and natural and human induced changes in these systems. Topics include: basic ecology, climate change, resources and resource stress (air, water, oceans, soils), natural hazards. Uses Alaskan, Arctic and other regional examples.

  12. A303 Environmental Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Anthony, R 2

      CRN: 50692
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
      Crosslisted with PHIL A303.

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    Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
    Crosslisted with PHIL A303.

  13. Engineering Science (ES)

  14. Course Number Course Name Credits
  15. AC030 Fund of Arctic Engineering 4.5
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Zubeck, H 29

      CRN: 52561
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/12-05/23

      Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions of the world. Physical principles and practical data collection, analysis, design, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions.
      Registration Restrictions: Degree in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, geomatics, or physical science, upper class standing in an undergraduate program in these categories, or instructor permission.

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    Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions of the world. Physical principles and practical data collection, analysis, design, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions.
    Registration Restrictions: Degree in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, geomatics, or physical science, upper class standing in an undergraduate program in these categories, or instructor permission.

  16. Geography (GEOG)

  17. Course Number Course Name Credits
  18. A101 *Intro to Geography 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Van Dommelen, D 6

      CRN: 50705
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduction to cultural, political, and environmental diversity in an international context. Focus on key global issues, current events, and geographic approaches to understanding world problems.
      Crosslisted with INTL A101.

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    Introduction to cultural, political, and environmental diversity in an international context. Focus on key global issues, current events, and geographic approaches to understanding world problems.
    Crosslisted with INTL A101.

  19. History (HIST)

  20. Course Number Course Name Credits
  21. A101 *Western Civilization I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Mohr, D 2

      CRN: 50725
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from its origins in the ancient Near East to 1650. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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      DISTANCE
      Mohr, D 1

      CRN: 50726
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from its origins in the ancient Near East to 1650. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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      DISTANCE
      Johnson, R 7

      CRN: 53063
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from its origins in the ancient Near East to 1650. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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    A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from its origins in the ancient Near East to 1650. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

  22. A102 *Western Civilization II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Woodley, D 3

      CRN: 50729
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from 1650 to the present. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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      DISTANCE
      Larrabee, S 4

      CRN: 50730
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from 1650 to the present. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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      DISTANCE
      Johnson, R 4

      CRN: 52682
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from 1650 to the present. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

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    A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from 1650 to the present. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and cultural characteristics will be emphasized.

  23. A131 *History of United States I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ha, S 2

      CRN: 50733
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      A chronological overview of United States history from ancient America through the Civil War. Examines social, political, and economic forces that have shaped the country during the period. Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations in American history.

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      DISTANCE
      Ha, S 4

      CRN: 50734
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      A chronological overview of United States history from ancient America through the Civil War. Examines social, political, and economic forces that have shaped the country during the period. Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations in American history.

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    A chronological overview of United States history from ancient America through the Civil War. Examines social, political, and economic forces that have shaped the country during the period. Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations in American history.

  24. A132 *History of United States II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Buford, K 6

      CRN: 50736
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A chronological overview of United States history from Reconstruction to the present. Examines social, political, and economic forces that have shaped the country during the period. Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations in American history.

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    A chronological overview of United States history from Reconstruction to the present. Examines social, political, and economic forces that have shaped the country during the period. Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations in American history.

  25. A341 *History of Alaska 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Haycox, S 7

      CRN: 50739
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      An introduction to Alaska and its relationship to America and the world, including Alaska geography, Alaska Native anthropology, and a detailed chronological history of the 49th state. Topics include Russian exploration, occupation, and management; Native-Russian relations; the Alaska Purchase; U.S. military; missionaries; gold rushes; territorial era; statehood; Native land claims and corporations; oil development and the disposition and management of Alaska lands.
      Registration Restrictions: HIST A132 equivalent accepted with instructor permission.

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    An introduction to Alaska and its relationship to America and the world, including Alaska geography, Alaska Native anthropology, and a detailed chronological history of the 49th state. Topics include Russian exploration, occupation, and management; Native-Russian relations; the Alaska Purchase; U.S. military; missionaries; gold rushes; territorial era; statehood; Native land claims and corporations; oil development and the disposition and management of Alaska lands.
    Registration Restrictions: HIST A132 equivalent accepted with instructor permission.

  26. Human Services (HUMS)

  27. Course Number Course Name Credits
  28. A106 *Intro to Social Welfare 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Galic, W 3

      CRN: 51605
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Analyzes social inequality and the American social welfare state. Traces historical evolution of government and non-government response to the provision of basic needs, opportunities, and rights for its citizenry, especially vulnerable populations. Investigates historical and persisting dilemmas--ethical, political, cultural, and economic--explicit and implicit, in achieving social justice. Assists in understanding of social welfare problems and solutions.
      Crosslisted with SWK A106.

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    Analyzes social inequality and the American social welfare state. Traces historical evolution of government and non-government response to the provision of basic needs, opportunities, and rights for its citizenry, especially vulnerable populations. Investigates historical and persisting dilemmas--ethical, political, cultural, and economic--explicit and implicit, in achieving social justice. Assists in understanding of social welfare problems and solutions.
    Crosslisted with SWK A106.

  29. A416 Sub Abuse & the Older Adult 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Bartley, J 10

      CRN: 51428
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Addresses the issues related to older adults misusing alcohol, drugs, prescription medications and other substances. Emphasis will be placed on identification, assessment and intervention strategies.
      Registration Restrictions: Admitted to the Bachelor of Human Services degree or departmental approval

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    Addresses the issues related to older adults misusing alcohol, drugs, prescription medications and other substances. Emphasis will be placed on identification, assessment and intervention strategies.
    Registration Restrictions: Admitted to the Bachelor of Human Services degree or departmental approval

  30. A682 Adv Topics Develop: Adulthood 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kelley, L 8

      CRN: 51429
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Provides an overview of major theories and research in adulthood and aging with a focus on applications in human service systems. Emphasis on program development and systems issues in multicultural settings and strategies to promote healthy development and resilience.
      Registration Restrictions: B.H.S. or equivalent degree in related field and acceptance into the Graduate Certificate in Advanced Human Service Systems.

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    Provides an overview of major theories and research in adulthood and aging with a focus on applications in human service systems. Emphasis on program development and systems issues in multicultural settings and strategies to promote healthy development and resilience.
    Registration Restrictions: B.H.S. or equivalent degree in related field and acceptance into the Graduate Certificate in Advanced Human Service Systems.

  31. International Studies (INTL)

  32. Course Number Course Name Credits
  33. A101 *Intro to Geography 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Van Dommelen, D 2

      CRN: 50776
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduction to cultural, political, and environmental diversity in an international context. Focus on key global issues, current events, and geographic approaches to understanding world problems.
      Crosslisted with GEOG A101.

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    Introduction to cultural, political, and environmental diversity in an international context. Focus on key global issues, current events, and geographic approaches to understanding world problems.
    Crosslisted with GEOG A101.

  34. Journalism & Public Comm (JPC)

  35. Course Number Course Name Credits
  36. A495 JPC Practica & Internships 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Banchero, P 6

      CRN: 50777
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Supervised on-campus and off-campus experience at media organization. JPC practica are supervised media and communications experiences at on-campus media. JPC internships are supervised media and communications experiences at off-campus media. Students perform significant media work under faculty media advisor and on-staff supervision. Students develop portfolios for review.
      Special Note: May be repeated for up to 6 credits.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior status; 3.00 GPA in JPC courses; permission of JPC media advisor or JPC director of internships.

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    Supervised on-campus and off-campus experience at media organization. JPC practica are supervised media and communications experiences at on-campus media. JPC internships are supervised media and communications experiences at off-campus media. Students perform significant media work under faculty media advisor and on-staff supervision. Students develop portfolios for review.
    Special Note: May be repeated for up to 6 credits.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior status; 3.00 GPA in JPC courses; permission of JPC media advisor or JPC director of internships.

  37. Justice (JUST)

  38. Course Number Course Name Credits
  39. A242 Business Law II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Trotter, R 8

      CRN: 52865
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Continuation of Business Law I. Covers topics such as sales and leases, negotiables, debtor-creditor relations, agency, business organizations, and property protection.
      Crosslisted with BA A242.

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    Continuation of Business Law I. Covers topics such as sales and leases, negotiables, debtor-creditor relations, agency, business organizations, and property protection.
    Crosslisted with BA A242.

  40. Mathematics (MATH)

  41. Course Number Course Name Credits
  42. A302 Ordinary Differential Eqns 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Yapuncich, M -4

      CRN: 50849
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Nature and origin of differential equations, first order equations and solutions, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, systems of equations, power series solutions, operational methods, Laplace Transform methods and applications.

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    Nature and origin of differential equations, first order equations and solutions, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, systems of equations, power series solutions, operational methods, Laplace Transform methods and applications.

  43. A423 Advanced Engineering Math 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Foster, L 0

      CRN: 53127
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A practical review of mathematics for engineers. Includes partial differential equations, vector and matrix analysis, Fourier analysis, and complex analysis.
      Special Note: Course does not satisfy Mathematics Major requirements.

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    A practical review of mathematics for engineers. Includes partial differential equations, vector and matrix analysis, Fourier analysis, and complex analysis.
    Special Note: Course does not satisfy Mathematics Major requirements.

  44. A520 Topic In Math Teach K-12 2.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  MTW F  08:00AM-4:00PM
      DHS
      Schoff, S 25

      CRN: 53253
      Section: 401
      Date Range: 06/06-06/14
      Section Title: ST: MS Math-Cont Instr Apps

      Study of specific current issues, techniques and trends in mathematics, as related to K-12.

      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of subtitle. Not applicable to any degree requirement (even by petition).
      Registration Restrictions: Certified teacher in the State of Alaska.

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    3.  MTW F  08:00AM-4:00PM
      DHS
      Estassi, S 27

      CRN: 53251
      Section: 402
      Date Range: 06/06-06/14
      Section Title: ST: HS Math-Cont Instr Apps

      Study of specific current issues, techniques and trends in mathematics, as related to K-12.

      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of subtitle. Not applicable to any degree requirement (even by petition).
      Registration Restrictions: Certified teacher in the State of Alaska.

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    Study of specific current issues, techniques and trends in mathematics, as related to K-12.

    Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of subtitle. Not applicable to any degree requirement (even by petition).
    Registration Restrictions: Certified teacher in the State of Alaska.

  45. Music (MUS)

  46. Course Number Course Name Credits
  47. A121 *Music Appreciation 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Sweeney, C 6

      CRN: 50863
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Basic elements of the physics of musical sound and music notation, followed by a survey of the history and development of Western music from the early Middle Ages to the present.
      Special Note: Music majors may not use this course towards their GER-Fine Arts requirement.

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    Basic elements of the physics of musical sound and music notation, followed by a survey of the history and development of Western music from the early Middle Ages to the present.
    Special Note: Music majors may not use this course towards their GER-Fine Arts requirement.

  48. Physical Ed Professional (PEP)

  49. Course Number Course Name Credits
  50. A345 Hlth & Phys Act in P-6 Classrm 2.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Johnson, T 0

      CRN: 50956
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Examines the relationship between physical activity and learning based on brain research, cooperative learning models, and multiple intelligences. Builds content and behavior knowledge to enhance learning and strategies for making positive behavior changes for elementary education and early childhood majors. Includes a variety of methods and activities for adding physical activity and health into lesson instruction. Emphasizes how key health and physical activity concepts relate to state standards: promotes positive attitudes, working with families, and developmentally appropriate curriculum strategies.

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    Examines the relationship between physical activity and learning based on brain research, cooperative learning models, and multiple intelligences. Builds content and behavior knowledge to enhance learning and strategies for making positive behavior changes for elementary education and early childhood majors. Includes a variety of methods and activities for adding physical activity and health into lesson instruction. Emphasizes how key health and physical activity concepts relate to state standards: promotes positive attitudes, working with families, and developmentally appropriate curriculum strategies.

  51. Philosophy (PHIL)

  52. Course Number Course Name Credits
  53. A101 *Intro to Logic 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Dodd, D 7

      CRN: 50971
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Ryan, D 3

      CRN: 50972
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Jonsson, S 11

      CRN: 51598
      Section: 504
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

  54. A201 *Intro to Philosophy 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Deery III, H 10

      CRN: 50977
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      DISTANCE
      Deery III, H 9

      CRN: 50978
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      Jamison, W 17

      CRN: 50979
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      DISTANCE
      Deery III, H 17

      CRN: 50976
      Section: 504
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      DISTANCE
      Voltura, G 10

      CRN: 51600
      Section: 507
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

  55. A211 *History of Philosophy I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
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      DISTANCE
      Kelly, T 7

      CRN: 50982
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Survey of primarily Western philosophy from the pre-Socratic era through the late Middle Ages. Traces development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical thought with emphasis on pivotal historical figures and debates.

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    Survey of primarily Western philosophy from the pre-Socratic era through the late Middle Ages. Traces development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical thought with emphasis on pivotal historical figures and debates.

  56. A212 *History of Philosophy II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kelly, T 13

      CRN: 50983
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

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    Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

  57. A301 *Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Anthony, R 8

      CRN: 50984
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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      Mouracade, J 2

      CRN: 50985
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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      DISTANCE
      Dodd, D 14

      CRN: 50986
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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    An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

  58. A302 Biomedical Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Potter, J 7

      CRN: 50989
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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      DISTANCE
      Kelly, T 4

      CRN: 50990
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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      DISTANCE
      Potter, J 10

      CRN: 51602
      Section: 503
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  59. A303 Environmental Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Anthony, R 0

      CRN: 50991
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
      Crosslisted with ENVI A303.

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    Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
    Crosslisted with ENVI A303.

  60. A304 Business Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Dodd, D 18

      CRN: 50992
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Examines moral issues raised by contemporary business practice. Topics include moral justifications and critiques of the market system, the nature and scope of corporate responsibility, ethical issues in the workplace (e.g. whistle-blowing, sexual harassment, affirmative action, etc.), and environmental implications of business practices.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    Examines moral issues raised by contemporary business practice. Topics include moral justifications and critiques of the market system, the nature and scope of corporate responsibility, ethical issues in the workplace (e.g. whistle-blowing, sexual harassment, affirmative action, etc.), and environmental implications of business practices.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  61. A305 *Professional Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Potter, J 16

      CRN: 51603
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Focuses on the duties of professionals to their clients and society, and examines the dilemmas that are created when these duties come in conflict with one another and with the duties of general morality. Uses case studies highlighting issues in engineering, information technology, law, medicine, journalism and other professions.

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    Focuses on the duties of professionals to their clients and society, and examines the dilemmas that are created when these duties come in conflict with one another and with the duties of general morality. Uses case studies highlighting issues in engineering, information technology, law, medicine, journalism and other professions.

  62. A313 *Eastern Philosophy & Religion 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ryan, D 4

      CRN: 50993
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Study of Eastern philosophical and religious traditions, particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism. Includes studying basic concepts, tenets and practices of these traditions and related modern developments.

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    Study of Eastern philosophical and religious traditions, particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism. Includes studying basic concepts, tenets and practices of these traditions and related modern developments.

  63. Political Science (PS)

  64. Course Number Course Name Credits
  65. A101 *Intro to American Government 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Hohman-Billmeier, K 2

      CRN: 51013
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      An introduction to the historical and constitutional foundations of American government; the political activities of parties, groups, and the media; public decision-making by the executive, Congress, and the courts; and current economic, environmental, social, and foreign issues and policies.

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      Nabors, F 10

      CRN: 51014
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      An introduction to the historical and constitutional foundations of American government; the political activities of parties, groups, and the media; public decision-making by the executive, Congress, and the courts; and current economic, environmental, social, and foreign issues and policies.

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    An introduction to the historical and constitutional foundations of American government; the political activities of parties, groups, and the media; public decision-making by the executive, Congress, and the courts; and current economic, environmental, social, and foreign issues and policies.

  66. A102 *Intro to Political Science 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Pace, K 11

      CRN: 51015
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      The exploration of basic principles and processes of major branches of the discipline of political science, including American government, comparative politics, international relations and political philosophy.

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      DISTANCE
      Pace, K 21

      CRN: 51016
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      The exploration of basic principles and processes of major branches of the discipline of political science, including American government, comparative politics, international relations and political philosophy.

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    The exploration of basic principles and processes of major branches of the discipline of political science, including American government, comparative politics, international relations and political philosophy.

  67. A331 *Political Philosophy 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Burnett, G 17

      CRN: 51545
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      An introduction to political philosophy, with emphasis on the study of regimes; selected regimes are examined through the writings of political philosophers.

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    An introduction to political philosophy, with emphasis on the study of regimes; selected regimes are examined through the writings of political philosophers.

  68. A342 The American Presidency 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Nabors, F 20

      CRN: 51018
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Examines executive branch of the U.S. government. Course focuses on the constitutional design and evolution of the office, theories of presidential power, relations with Congress, and contemporary presidential policymaking.

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    Examines executive branch of the U.S. government. Course focuses on the constitutional design and evolution of the office, theories of presidential power, relations with Congress, and contemporary presidential policymaking.

  69. A351 *Political Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Burnett, G 5

      CRN: 51020
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
      Crosslisted with SOC A351.

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    Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
    Crosslisted with SOC A351.

  70. A353 Political Behav, Partic, Democ 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Nabors, F 30

      CRN: 51021
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Examines variety of democratic systems and explores their influence on political participation and behavior.

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    Examines variety of democratic systems and explores their influence on political participation and behavior.

  71. A355 Women in Politics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Hohman-Billmeier, K 7

      CRN: 51022
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Examines the roles of women in the political world from local, state, national and international perspectives. The nature of women's political roles will be studied from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
      Crosslisted with WS A355

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    Examines the roles of women in the political world from local, state, national and international perspectives. The nature of women's political roles will be studied from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
    Crosslisted with WS A355

  72. Psychology (PSY)

  73. Course Number Course Name Credits
  74. A111 *General Psychology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kappes, B 29

      CRN: 51028
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces methods, theories, and research in the psychological sciences. Core topics include psychological research methods, biopsychology, learning, cognition, lifespan development, personality, psychological disorders, and social psychology.

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    Introduces methods, theories, and research in the psychological sciences. Core topics include psychological research methods, biopsychology, learning, cognition, lifespan development, personality, psychological disorders, and social psychology.

  75. A150 *Lifespan Development 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ippolito, M 6

      CRN: 51033
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Reviews physical, cognitive, and socioemotional aspects of human growth, maturation, and development across the lifespan. Special attention is given to the effects of broader sociocultural influences on development. Classical and contemporary theories relating to development across the lifespan are considered.

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      DISTANCE
      Jordan, P 6

      CRN: 51030
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Reviews physical, cognitive, and socioemotional aspects of human growth, maturation, and development across the lifespan. Special attention is given to the effects of broader sociocultural influences on development. Classical and contemporary theories relating to development across the lifespan are considered.

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    Reviews physical, cognitive, and socioemotional aspects of human growth, maturation, and development across the lifespan. Special attention is given to the effects of broader sociocultural influences on development. Classical and contemporary theories relating to development across the lifespan are considered.

  76. A313 Psychology of Women 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Bosek, R 4

      CRN: 51467
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Examines women's physical, social, and emotional development across the lifespan from cultural, social, and biological perspectives. The course covers important facets of women's lives, including love and relationships, sexuality, pregnancy and motherhood, physical and mental health, education and work, and discrimination and violence against women.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior level standing or 6 credits of psychology.

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    Examines women's physical, social, and emotional development across the lifespan from cultural, social, and biological perspectives. The course covers important facets of women's lives, including love and relationships, sexuality, pregnancy and motherhood, physical and mental health, education and work, and discrimination and violence against women.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior level standing or 6 credits of psychology.

  77. A329 Positive Psychology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Ippolito, M 0

      CRN: 51037
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Survey of the subfield of psychology which focuses on optimizing human potential and psychological functioning -- with an emphasis on research findings. Topics covered include the character strengths and virtues of wisdom and knowledge, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence.

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    Survey of the subfield of psychology which focuses on optimizing human potential and psychological functioning -- with an emphasis on research findings. Topics covered include the character strengths and virtues of wisdom and knowledge, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence.

  78. A345 Abnormal Psychology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kappes, B 8

      CRN: 51039
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces the psychology of abnormal behavior through research and clinical applications using a biopsychosocial model. Psychological disorders are presented within their multicultural, gender, and developmental contexts. Topics also include history, assessment, suicide, psychopharmacology, mental institutions, psychotherapy, and prevention as well as contemporary legal issues.

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    Introduces the psychology of abnormal behavior through research and clinical applications using a biopsychosocial model. Psychological disorders are presented within their multicultural, gender, and developmental contexts. Topics also include history, assessment, suicide, psychopharmacology, mental institutions, psychotherapy, and prevention as well as contemporary legal issues.

  79. A397 PSY Independent Study 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Robinson, R 0

      CRN: 53133
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Qualitative Resilience Resrch

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  80. A486 Forensic Psychology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kappes, B 16

      CRN: 51045
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Introduces the development and application of psychology's scientific contribution to civil and criminal legal issues. Topics include history and philosophy of forensic psychology, report preparation (methods, assessment, and writing), practice and research ethics, expert testimony, mediation, domestic violence, child abuse, discrimination, sexual harassment, and criminal profiling.

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    Introduces the development and application of psychology's scientific contribution to civil and criminal legal issues. Topics include history and philosophy of forensic psychology, report preparation (methods, assessment, and writing), practice and research ethics, expert testimony, mediation, domestic violence, child abuse, discrimination, sexual harassment, and criminal profiling.

  81. A490 Advanced Topics in Psych 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kappes, B 18

      CRN: 51472
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Stress Management

      Advanced coverage of a special topic in psychology of interest to those with previous coursework in psychology. Presented by researchers and/or behavioral health experts. Specific titles as announced. Some topics might have an additional course fee.
      Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits with different topics (subtitles).
      Registration Restrictions: 12 credits of psychology.
      May be stacked with: PSY A690

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    Advanced coverage of a special topic in psychology of interest to those with previous coursework in psychology. Presented by researchers and/or behavioral health experts. Specific titles as announced. Some topics might have an additional course fee.
    Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits with different topics (subtitles).
    Registration Restrictions: 12 credits of psychology.
    May be stacked with: PSY A690

  82. A697 Independent Study 6.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Sandberg, P 0

      CRN: 53125
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Rural Psychotherapy Internship

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      ARR
      Sandberg, P 0

      CRN: 53252
      Section: 302
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Clinical Portfolio Practicum

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      ARR
      Sandberg, P 0

      CRN: 53314
      Section: 303
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Lifestyle and Career Develpmnt

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  83. Sociology (SOC)

  84. Course Number Course Name Credits
  85. A101 *Introduction to Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Kilic, Z 5

      CRN: 51087
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered fall and spring semesters.

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    Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
    Special Note: Offered fall and spring semesters.

  86. A201 *Social Problems & Solutions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Pfeiffer, K 12

      CRN: 51088
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

  87. A310 Sociology Of Aging 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Jache, A 9

      CRN: 51089
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
      Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

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    A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
    Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

  88. A351 *Political Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Burnett, G 6

      CRN: 51090
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
      Crosslisted with PS A351.

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    Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
    Crosslisted with PS A351.

  89. A490 Special Topics in Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Pfeiffer, K 12

      CRN: 51463
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23
      Section Title: Sociology of Rock Music

      An intensive and detailed study of a topic in contemporary sociology in a seminar format.
      Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credits with a change of subtitle.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing

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    An intensive and detailed study of a topic in contemporary sociology in a seminar format.
    Special Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credits with a change of subtitle.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing

  90. Social Work (SWK)

  91. Course Number Course Name Credits
  92. A106 *Intro to Social Welfare 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Galic, W 2

      CRN: 51103
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Analyzes social inequality and the American social welfare state. Traces historical evolution of government and non-government response to the provision of basic needs, opportunities, and rights for its citizenry, especially vulnerable populations. Investigates historical and persisting dilemmas--ethical, political, cultural, and economic--explicit and implicit, in achieving social justice. Assists in understanding of social welfare problems and solutions.
      Crosslisted with HUMS A106.

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    Analyzes social inequality and the American social welfare state. Traces historical evolution of government and non-government response to the provision of basic needs, opportunities, and rights for its citizenry, especially vulnerable populations. Investigates historical and persisting dilemmas--ethical, political, cultural, and economic--explicit and implicit, in achieving social justice. Assists in understanding of social welfare problems and solutions.
    Crosslisted with HUMS A106.

  93. A206 Introduction to Social Work 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Aguiniga, D 14

      CRN: 51104
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces the profession of social work and its place in the social welfare institution. Emphasis is placed upon consumer-centered, generalist social work and the knowledge, skills, abilities, and values necessary for professional practice. Fields of social work practice are studied in terms of the programs and services provided to consumer systems and social work's role within these fields.

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    Introduces the profession of social work and its place in the social welfare institution. Emphasis is placed upon consumer-centered, generalist social work and the knowledge, skills, abilities, and values necessary for professional practice. Fields of social work practice are studied in terms of the programs and services provided to consumer systems and social work's role within these fields.

  94. A290 Special Topics in Social Work 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Galic, W 15

      CRN: 51536
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02
      Section Title: Understanding Family Violence

      Introduction to special topics related to social work practice.
      Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of topics for a maximum of 6 credits.

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    Introduction to special topics related to social work practice.
    Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of topics for a maximum of 6 credits.

  95. A473 Geriatric Social Work Practice 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Cunningham, P 0

      CRN: 51107
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Covers the knowledge, skills and values needed for effective social work practice with older adults and their families. Students will have the opportunity to develop the capability for accurate multidimensional assessments and effective interventions with and on behalf of older adults and their families.
      Registration Restrictions: Departmental approval
      May be stacked with: SWK A673

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    Covers the knowledge, skills and values needed for effective social work practice with older adults and their families. Students will have the opportunity to develop the capability for accurate multidimensional assessments and effective interventions with and on behalf of older adults and their families.
    Registration Restrictions: Departmental approval
    May be stacked with: SWK A673

  96. A490 Sel Topics/Social Work 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Aguiniga, D 4

      CRN: 51538
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23
      Section Title: Dom Viol & SWK Intervention

      Focus on current topics related to social work services, diverse client groups and field of practice.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior level standing.

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    Focus on current topics related to social work services, diverse client groups and field of practice.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior level standing.

  97. A633 Direct Practice II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    06:00PM-8:45PM
      DISTANCE
      Bush, J 1

      CRN: 51541
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Focuses on the application of practice theory in the context of advanced generalist practice. Emphasizes the refinement of skills for assessment, intervention, and evaluation of social work practice with a variety of client systems focusing on the theoretical and empirical justification for those interventions.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to the MSW Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage with advanced standing or completion of foundation practice sequence.

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    Focuses on the application of practice theory in the context of advanced generalist practice. Emphasizes the refinement of skills for assessment, intervention, and evaluation of social work practice with a variety of client systems focusing on the theoretical and empirical justification for those interventions.
    Registration Restrictions: Admission to the MSW Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage with advanced standing or completion of foundation practice sequence.

  98. A662 Fin Resource Dev for Soc Svcs 2.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Morse, C 8

      CRN: 51116
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Explores the planning, conducting, and evaluation of fundraising activities, the development of mission-based fundraising, donor identification and relations, spectrum-wide fundraising (in-kind support, private support, private/public grants), social entrepreneurship and fundraising ethics and accountability.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

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    Explores the planning, conducting, and evaluation of fundraising activities, the development of mission-based fundraising, donor identification and relations, spectrum-wide fundraising (in-kind support, private support, private/public grants), social entrepreneurship and fundraising ethics and accountability.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing.

  99. A673 Geriatric Social Work Practice 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Cunningham, P 9

      CRN: 51118
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Covers the knowledge, skills and values needed for effective social work practice with older adults and their families. Students will have the opportunity to develop the capability for accurate multidimensional assessments and effective interventions with and on behalf of older adults and their families.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
      May be stacked with: SWK A473

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    Covers the knowledge, skills and values needed for effective social work practice with older adults and their families. Students will have the opportunity to develop the capability for accurate multidimensional assessments and effective interventions with and on behalf of older adults and their families.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
    May be stacked with: SWK A473

  100. A686 SWK Services in AK Schools 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Allen, M 10

      CRN: 52569
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Provides an in depth knowledge and understanding of providing social work services in school settings in Alaska. Explores the multiple roles of social workers who provide services in rural and urban schools in Alaska.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing

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    Provides an in depth knowledge and understanding of providing social work services in school settings in Alaska. Explores the multiple roles of social workers who provide services in rural and urban schools in Alaska.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing

  101. Theater (THR)

  102. Course Number Course Name Credits
  103. A111 *Introduction to the Theatre 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Metzger, C 3

      CRN: 51124
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Survey of theatre with focus on artists who contribute to theatrical production viewed within the context of historical styles and development.

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      Metzger, C 1

      CRN: 51577
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Survey of theatre with focus on artists who contribute to theatrical production viewed within the context of historical styles and development.

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    Survey of theatre with focus on artists who contribute to theatrical production viewed within the context of historical styles and development.

  104. A411 *History of Theatre I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Edgecombe, D 4

      CRN: 51125
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Study of theatre history from ancient Greece to 1800. The history and the influence of different cultures, traditions and technology on the development of the theatre as a social institution.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and the completion of GER Tier 1 Written Communication requirements.

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    Study of theatre history from ancient Greece to 1800. The history and the influence of different cultures, traditions and technology on the development of the theatre as a social institution.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and the completion of GER Tier 1 Written Communication requirements.

  105. A412 *History of Theatre II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Edgecombe, D 4

      CRN: 51126
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-08/02

      Continuation of THR A411. Theatre history from 1800 to modern.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and the completion of GER Tier 1 Written Communication requirements.

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    Continuation of THR A411. Theatre history from 1800 to modern.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing and the completion of GER Tier 1 Written Communication requirements.

  106. Women's Studies (WS)

  107. Course Number Course Name Credits
  108. A200 *Intro Women & Gender Studies 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Lampert, T 9

      CRN: 51130
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Introduces students to the fundamental concepts and themes in the interdisciplinary study of women and gender. Course focuses on understanding institutions, social and political practices, and cultural representations that shape women's lives in both the developed and developing worlds as well as examining the role that gender plays in society.

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      DISTANCE
      Lampert, T 10

      CRN: 51131
      Section: 502
      Date Range: 06/26-08/02

      Introduces students to the fundamental concepts and themes in the interdisciplinary study of women and gender. Course focuses on understanding institutions, social and political practices, and cultural representations that shape women's lives in both the developed and developing worlds as well as examining the role that gender plays in society.

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    Introduces students to the fundamental concepts and themes in the interdisciplinary study of women and gender. Course focuses on understanding institutions, social and political practices, and cultural representations that shape women's lives in both the developed and developing worlds as well as examining the role that gender plays in society.

  109. A355 Women in Politics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Hohman-Billmeier, K 6

      CRN: 51132
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/19-06/23

      Examines the roles of women in the political world from local, state, national and international perspectives. The nature of women's political roles will be studied from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
      Crosslisted with PS A355

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    Examines the roles of women in the political world from local, state, national and international perspectives. The nature of women's political roles will be studied from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
    Crosslisted with PS A355

* - Course meets a GER requirement