Schedule of Classes




2023 Spring: January 11 - May 9

Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
An analysis of the economic principles underlying the behavior of individual consumers and business firms. The goal is to apply select microeconomic theories to real-world situations. Emphasis is on market theory. Topics include the implications of government intervention, technological innovation, the advantages and disadvantages of different market structures, and income distribution and poverty.
25209 4910 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 W 6:00P-9:00P Open San Antonio (Hybrid)
Faculty: Arriaga, Ashley S Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
An analysis of the economic principles underlying the behavior of individual consumers and business firms. The goal is to apply select microeconomic theories to real-world situations. Emphasis is on market theory. Topics include the implications of government intervention, technological innovation, the advantages and disadvantages of different market structures, and income distribution and poverty.
25271 4660 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 W 6:00P-9:00P Open Travis AFB (Hybrid)
Faculty: Johnson, Anita R Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
An analysis of the economic principles underlying the behavior of individual consumers and business firms. The goal is to apply select microeconomic theories to real-world situations. Emphasis is on market theory. Topics include the implications of government intervention, technological innovation, the advantages and disadvantages of different market structures, and income distribution and poverty.
25272 4065 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Owens, David E Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 305 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (3)
Prerequisite: ECON 201. An analysis of the forces that determine a nation's income, employment, and price levels. The aim is to analyze macroeconomic indicators and trends and evaluate their impact. Topics include consumption, investment, inflation, and governmental fiscal and monetary policy. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ECON 305, ECON 403, or ECON 405.
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21279 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Borges De Brito, Paulo Roberto Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 306 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3)
Prerequisite: ECON 203. An analysis of the principles underlying the behavior of individual consumers and business firms. The objective is to analyze microeconomic indicators and trends and evaluate their impact. Discussion covers theories of welfare, taxation, marketing systems, and income distribution. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ECON 306 or ECON 403.
24211 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bryant, Gene Y Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 330 Business and Economics of Sustainability (3)
An introduction to natural resource and environmental economics. Students will apply basic economic literacy to environmental issues important to business and develop appropriate responses to help enterprises, government agencies, or advocacy organizations gain strategic advantage in the business environments in which they operate. Topics include benefit-cost analysis, valuation, market failure, pollution control, sustainable development, market-based environmental policy, and the economics of renewable and non-renewable resource management. Business issues related to the environment such as recycling, the circular economy, environmental offsets, corporate social responsibility, and green certification are explored.
20829 6980 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Jain, Jiya L Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 330 Business and Economics of Sustainability (3)
An introduction to natural resource and environmental economics. Students will apply basic economic literacy to environmental issues important to business and develop appropriate responses to help enterprises, government agencies, or advocacy organizations gain strategic advantage in the business environments in which they operate. Topics include benefit-cost analysis, valuation, market failure, pollution control, sustainable development, market-based environmental policy, and the economics of renewable and non-renewable resource management. Business issues related to the environment such as recycling, the circular economy, environmental offsets, corporate social responsibility, and green certification are explored.
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22517 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Poore, Bethany M Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 330 Business and Economics of Sustainability (3)
An introduction to natural resource and environmental economics. Students will apply basic economic literacy to environmental issues important to business and develop appropriate responses to help enterprises, government agencies, or advocacy organizations gain strategic advantage in the business environments in which they operate. Topics include benefit-cost analysis, valuation, market failure, pollution control, sustainable development, market-based environmental policy, and the economics of renewable and non-renewable resource management. Business issues related to the environment such as recycling, the circular economy, environmental offsets, corporate social responsibility, and green certification are explored.
24880 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Rice, Richard E Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 430 Money and Banking (3)
Prerequisites: ECON 201 and ECON 203. An examination of the structure of financial institutions and their role in providing money and near money. The goal is to evaluate how the banking and business environment has changed, describe the functions and measurement of money, discuss and evaluate the money supply creation process, and analyze the impact of the Federal Reserve's policies on both the U.S. economy and the economies of other nations. Topics include the composition of the Federal Reserve, the money supply creation process, the tools of monetary policy, the term structure of interest rates, the demand for and supply of money, and interest rate theories. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ECON 430 or ECON 431.
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20901 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Corcoran, Katherine Moran Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 430 Money and Banking (3)
Prerequisites: ECON 201 and ECON 203. An examination of the structure of financial institutions and their role in providing money and near money. The goal is to evaluate how the banking and business environment has changed, describe the functions and measurement of money, discuss and evaluate the money supply creation process, and analyze the impact of the Federal Reserve's policies on both the U.S. economy and the economies of other nations. Topics include the composition of the Federal Reserve, the money supply creation process, the tools of monetary policy, the term structure of interest rates, the demand for and supply of money, and interest rate theories. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ECON 430 or ECON 431.
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21933 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Kupiec, David E. Syllabus Course Materials
ECON 430 Money and Banking (3)
Prerequisites: ECON 201 and ECON 203. An examination of the structure of financial institutions and their role in providing money and near money. The goal is to evaluate how the banking and business environment has changed, describe the functions and measurement of money, discuss and evaluate the money supply creation process, and analyze the impact of the Federal Reserve's policies on both the U.S. economy and the economies of other nations. Topics include the composition of the Federal Reserve, the money supply creation process, the tools of monetary policy, the term structure of interest rates, the demand for and supply of money, and interest rate theories. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ECON 430 or ECON 431.
24210 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Chaker, Mohammed N Syllabus Course Materials
EMGT 302 Concepts of Emergency Management (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to emergency management at the global, national, regional, state, and local levels. The objective is to identify and analyze forces that formulate policy, apply the principles of policy and law to real-world situations, and analyze emerging political, legal, and policy issues to improve organizational preparedness. Topics include preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery. The history of emergency management is reviewed, and its future in government and industry is discussed.
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21445 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Hutton, Ralph H Syllabus Course Materials
EMGT 304 Emergency Response Preparedness and Planning (3)
Prerequisite: EMGT 302. A study of the planning process, format, and response procedures for disasters and emergency events. The goal is to evaluate risk vulnerabilities and capabilities, design an emergency plan, and evaluate and critically assess an emergency plan. Topics include risk assessment, modeling, hazard analysis, vulnerability assessment, and response capability assessment. Discussion also covers the evaluation of plans and the use of exercises to improve and implement plans.
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21687 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Dale, Robert P Syllabus Course Materials
EMGT 308 Exercise and Evaluation Programs (3)
Prerequisite: EMGT 304. An examination of the role of disaster exercises in emergency management and business crisis management programs. The objective is to develop exercises in all four phases of emergency management, analyze emergency management capabilities, and use exercises to enhance strategic planning. Focus is on designing, conducting, and evaluating disaster exercises. Topics include the current federal focus on both response and intelligence exercises. Best practices are used to understand the application of "lessons learned," and after-action reports are employed to support continuous improvement.
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22263 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Tapia, Luis A Syllabus Course Materials
EMGT 312 Social Dimensions of Disaster (3)
Prerequisite: EMGT 304. An examination of the response of the public and individuals to disaster-related issues such as disaster warnings, evacuations, relocations, civil unrest, loss of family and property, and recovery activities. The aim is to evaluate social factors that contribute to increased risk of disaster, design plans and processes that consider social factors, and design strategies and plans to enable communication with diverse social groups. Emphasis is on preparing the community through effective programs and public information. Discussion also covers the impact of disasters on response organizations and personnel.
24207 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Hutchison, Alex M Syllabus Course Materials
EMGT 314 Terrorism Issues in Emergency Management (3)
Prerequisite: EMGT 304. A study of the role and responsibilities of the emergency manager in preparing for, responding to, mitigating, and recovering from situations related to terrorism. The objective is to devise and prepare plans, follow appropriate guidelines, and make use of interagency dynamics in planning for and responding to terrorism. Discussion covers the role of first responder groups and other stakeholders and links the protection of critical infrastructure to national, state, and local guidelines.
24206 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Hutton, Ralph H Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
20492 6980 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Gerald, Kelly S Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
20496 6981 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Baker, Katherine L Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
20558 6982 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Lonergan, Joseph Bartholemew Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21455 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Gulli, Antonino Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21456 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Tinajero, Roberto J Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21519 6382 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Cortese, Romana Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21525 6383 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Frusciante, Denise M Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21533 6384 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Luyt, Ilka Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
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21757 6385 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Weber, Wendy L Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
23477 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Dunn, Anita K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
23483 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Khan, Lorrinda A. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
24202 7382 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Reading, Ann Y Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 102 Composition and Literature (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirements in communications or arts and humanities.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. Further practice in writing using readings in literature. Focus is on academic writing forms, especially critical analysis of literature, through a variety of modes, such as comparison and contrast, classification, and causal analysis. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 102 or ENGL 292.
24203 7383 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: DiEdwardo, Maryann P Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 103 Introduction to Mythology (3)
(Formerly HUMN 103.) A foundation in ancient mythology, focusing on Greek and Roman myths. Discussion may also cover Norse, Irish, Chinese, Arabic, and Hindu myths, among others. Emphasis is on examining various classical myths as expressed through plays, poems, and stories. The objective is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between myths, legends, and other similar genres and show how classical world mythology still influences contemporary society. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 103 or HUMN 103.
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21457 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Simons, Jeffrey G. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 103 Introduction to Mythology (3)
(Formerly HUMN 103.) A foundation in ancient mythology, focusing on Greek and Roman myths. Discussion may also cover Norse, Irish, Chinese, Arabic, and Hindu myths, among others. Emphasis is on examining various classical myths as expressed through plays, poems, and stories. The objective is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between myths, legends, and other similar genres and show how classical world mythology still influences contemporary society. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 103 or HUMN 103.
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22368 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Cassel, Diana G. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 103 Introduction to Mythology (3)
(Formerly HUMN 103.) A foundation in ancient mythology, focusing on Greek and Roman myths. Discussion may also cover Norse, Irish, Chinese, Arabic, and Hindu myths, among others. Emphasis is on examining various classical myths as expressed through plays, poems, and stories. The objective is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between myths, legends, and other similar genres and show how classical world mythology still influences contemporary society. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 103 or HUMN 103.
23487 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Cassel, Diana G. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 103 Introduction to Mythology (3)
(Formerly HUMN 103.) A foundation in ancient mythology, focusing on Greek and Roman myths. Discussion may also cover Norse, Irish, Chinese, Arabic, and Hindu myths, among others. Emphasis is on examining various classical myths as expressed through plays, poems, and stories. The objective is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between myths, legends, and other similar genres and show how classical world mythology still influences contemporary society. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 103 or HUMN 103.
24760 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Lockhart, Christine Renee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 103 Introduction to Mythology (3)
(Formerly HUMN 103.) A foundation in ancient mythology, focusing on Greek and Roman myths. Discussion may also cover Norse, Irish, Chinese, Arabic, and Hindu myths, among others. Emphasis is on examining various classical myths as expressed through plays, poems, and stories. The objective is to demonstrate an understanding of the differences between myths, legends, and other similar genres and show how classical world mythology still influences contemporary society. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 103 or HUMN 103.
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27022 6382 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Semansky, Christopher K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to fiction, poetry, and drama, with an emphasis on developing critical reading and writing skills. The objective is to identify and define elements of literature and literary genres, analyze literary texts using principles of close reading, and demonstrate skill in academic writing. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 240 or ENGL 340.
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20926 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Lockhart, Christine Renee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to fiction, poetry, and drama, with an emphasis on developing critical reading and writing skills. The objective is to identify and define elements of literature and literary genres, analyze literary texts using principles of close reading, and demonstrate skill in academic writing. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 240 or ENGL 340.
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21526 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Golightly, Karen B Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to fiction, poetry, and drama, with an emphasis on developing critical reading and writing skills. The objective is to identify and define elements of literature and literary genres, analyze literary texts using principles of close reading, and demonstrate skill in academic writing. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 240 or ENGL 340.
23557 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Meadows, Becky Lee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to fiction, poetry, and drama, with an emphasis on developing critical reading and writing skills. The objective is to identify and define elements of literature and literary genres, analyze literary texts using principles of close reading, and demonstrate skill in academic writing. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 240 or ENGL 340.
24961 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Murphy, Caroline AM Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An introduction to fiction, poetry, and drama, with an emphasis on developing critical reading and writing skills. The objective is to identify and define elements of literature and literary genres, analyze literary texts using principles of close reading, and demonstrate skill in academic writing. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 240 or ENGL 340.
25693 4050 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 M 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Hendricks, Theodore W Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. Recommended: ENGL 102. An overview of multiple forms of writings by and about women from various periods and cultures. The aim is to read critically, understand diverse perspectives, and write effectively about women's literature.
24201 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: White, Jennifer Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. Recommended: ENGL 102. An overview of multiple forms of writings by and about women from various periods and cultures. The aim is to read critically, understand diverse perspectives, and write effectively about women's literature.
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26668 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Reading, Ann Y Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. Recommended: ENGL 102. An overview of multiple forms of writings by and about women from various periods and cultures. The aim is to read critically, understand diverse perspectives, and write effectively about women's literature.
26822 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Riley, Meghan K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirement in communications but is not a writing course.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An overview of standard edited English, a standard central to academic and professional communications. The aim is to write clear, effective prose consistent with the writer's goals. Topics include applying advanced grammatical and linguistic descriptions and prescriptions and attending to the needs of diverse audiences while making writing and editing decisions. Tasks focus on parts of speech, sentence patterns, and sentence transformations. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 281, ENGL 281X, or WRTG 288.
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21892 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Johnson, Candace Elease Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirement in communications but is not a writing course.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An overview of standard edited English, a standard central to academic and professional communications. The aim is to write clear, effective prose consistent with the writer's goals. Topics include applying advanced grammatical and linguistic descriptions and prescriptions and attending to the needs of diverse audiences while making writing and editing decisions. Tasks focus on parts of speech, sentence patterns, and sentence transformations. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 281, ENGL 281X, or WRTG 288.
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21982 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bollman, Amy K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)
(Fulfills the general education requirement in communications but is not a writing course.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An overview of standard edited English, a standard central to academic and professional communications. The aim is to write clear, effective prose consistent with the writer's goals. Topics include applying advanced grammatical and linguistic descriptions and prescriptions and attending to the needs of diverse audiences while making writing and editing decisions. Tasks focus on parts of speech, sentence patterns, and sentence transformations. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 281, ENGL 281X, or WRTG 288.
24200 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Dambroski, Stanley G Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. An introductory survey and practical study of key aspects of literary writing. The objective is to produce original creative writing and to critique, revise, and edit that writing from a writer's perspective. Constructive, collaborative processes are employed to better understand the art and craft of creative writing. Topics may include poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or drama.
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20930 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Hardy, Mary Michele Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. An introductory survey and practical study of key aspects of literary writing. The objective is to produce original creative writing and to critique, revise, and edit that writing from a writer's perspective. Constructive, collaborative processes are employed to better understand the art and craft of creative writing. Topics may include poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or drama.
26945 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bardi, Abigail R Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of the techniques of literary criticism, emphasizing close reading, critical thinking, and critical writing. The goal is to apply a variety of theoretical approaches to literature, analyze texts, and create professional written communications.
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21026 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Riley, Meghan K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of the techniques of literary criticism, emphasizing close reading, critical thinking, and critical writing. The goal is to apply a variety of theoretical approaches to literature, analyze texts, and create professional written communications.
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21891 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Guttman, Jane R Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of the techniques of literary criticism, emphasizing close reading, critical thinking, and critical writing. The goal is to apply a variety of theoretical approaches to literature, analyze texts, and create professional written communications.
24199 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Semansky, Christopher K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the English Renaissance period. The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
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21241 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Meadows, Becky Lee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the English Renaissance period. The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
24198 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Couch, Joseph D Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the English Renaissance period. The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
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26736 6381 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: McCullough, Kelly E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 311 The Long 18th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the period known as the long 18th century, roughly from Restoration through the Age of Sensibility (1660-1830s). The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
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21160 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Corcoran, Kellye C Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 311 The Long 18th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the period known as the long 18th century, roughly from Restoration through the Age of Sensibility (1660-1830s). The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
24197 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: McCullough, Kelly E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 312 19th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of major British authors and literary works from the historical eras known as Romantic Age and Victorian Age. The goal is to gain historical perspective and discern contemporary relevance by exploring social and cultural contexts.
24195 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Guttman, Jane R Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 363 African American Authors from the Colonial Era to 1900 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An examination of African American authors before 1900, including Phillis Wheatley, Frances Harper, Maria W. Stewart, David Walker, Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, Charles Chesnutt, and Paul Laurence Dunbar. The goal is to research historical issues; integrate findings into discussion; and articulate, develop, and advance a persuasive argument in written form.
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22145 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Cannon, Uzzie T. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 364 African American Authors from 1900 to Present (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An examination of early 20th-century to early 21st-century African American authors, including James Weldon Johnson, Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Ann Petry, Helene Johnson, Dorothy West, and Langston Hughes. The goal is to research historical issues; integrate findings into discussion; and articulate, develop, and advance a persuasive argument in written form. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 364 or HUMN 364.
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22246 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Winston, Dennis L Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 364 African American Authors from 1900 to Present (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An examination of early 20th-century to early 21st-century African American authors, including James Weldon Johnson, Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Ann Petry, Helene Johnson, Dorothy West, and Langston Hughes. The goal is to research historical issues; integrate findings into discussion; and articulate, develop, and advance a persuasive argument in written form. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 364 or HUMN 364.
24190 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: McLendon, Jacquelyn Y Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 386 History of the English Language (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An examination of the development and usage of the English language. The objective is to explore various texts and research tools to examine the linguistic heritage and continuing evolution of English. Discussion traces the history of English from its origins and examines contemporary issues and controversies.
24184 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Claiborne, Gay D Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 386 History of the English Language (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An examination of the development and usage of the English language. The objective is to explore various texts and research tools to examine the linguistic heritage and continuing evolution of English. Discussion traces the history of English from its origins and examines contemporary issues and controversies.
27279 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Frusciante, Denise M Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 406 Shakespeare Studies (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. An intensive study of Shakespeare's work and its continuing relevance with reference to historically specific social and cultural contexts. The objective is to evaluate and synthesize source materials, apply critical theory, and demonstrate understanding of dramatic text. Histories, comedies, tragedies, romances, and sonnets may be examined. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENGL 406 or HUMN 440.
24182 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Corcoran, Kellye C Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 430 Early American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of early American literature. The aim is to examine literary periods, movements, and styles; interpret literature as a reflection of national and world events; recognize the differences among types of American literary works; and apply critical methodology. Topics include Indigenous narratives, revolution and government, American romanticism, slavery, women's rights, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and naturalism and realism.
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21549 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Carey, Carleen S Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 430 Early American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of early American literature. The aim is to examine literary periods, movements, and styles; interpret literature as a reflection of national and world events; recognize the differences among types of American literary works; and apply critical methodology. Topics include Indigenous narratives, revolution and government, American romanticism, slavery, women's rights, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and naturalism and realism.
24643 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Nank, Christopher E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 433 Modern American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of modernist American fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and drama. The goal is to interpret and analyze literature in its social and historical contexts. Topics include the literary movement of modernism and application of critical theory.
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21558 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Moffett, Joe W Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 433 Modern American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A study of modernist American fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and drama. The goal is to interpret and analyze literature in its social and historical contexts. Topics include the literary movement of modernism and application of critical theory.
24642 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Cortese, Romana Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 441 Postmodern American Literature: 1945 to 1999 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A comprehensive study of literature in America from 1945 till the end of the 20th century. The objective is to interpret American literature as a reflection of national and world events, recognize the differences among types of American literary works, and apply critical methodology. Topics include the American Dream; war; fear and paranoia; rebellion and counterculture; civil rights, feminist, and gay movements; postmodernism; and multiculturalism.
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22282 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Perkins, Wendy B Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 441 Postmodern American Literature: 1945 to 1999 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or equivalent. A comprehensive study of literature in America from 1945 till the end of the 20th century. The objective is to interpret American literature as a reflection of national and world events, recognize the differences among types of American literary works, and apply critical methodology. Topics include the American Dream; war; fear and paranoia; rebellion and counterculture; civil rights, feminist, and gay movements; postmodernism; and multiculturalism.
24615 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Shoop-Shafor, Eva J. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. An advanced examination of contemporary literary texts written by diverse writers that addresses the connections between geographical regions, history, and social justice. Literature studied will be of varied genres, including poetry, fiction, memoir, with some in multimedia form. Students will study canonical and emerging writers to understand established and current discourse in the field. The goal is to demonstrate critical, interpretative, and analytical skills in reading and writing as well as apply contemporary theory. Writers covered may vary from term to term.
20830 6980 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Pitts, April D Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. An advanced examination of contemporary literary texts written by diverse writers that addresses the connections between geographical regions, history, and social justice. Literature studied will be of varied genres, including poetry, fiction, memoir, with some in multimedia form. Students will study canonical and emerging writers to understand established and current discourse in the field. The goal is to demonstrate critical, interpretative, and analytical skills in reading and writing as well as apply contemporary theory. Writers covered may vary from term to term.
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22519 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: DiEdwardo, Maryann P Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112. An advanced examination of contemporary literary texts written by diverse writers that addresses the connections between geographical regions, history, and social justice. Literature studied will be of varied genres, including poetry, fiction, memoir, with some in multimedia form. Students will study canonical and emerging writers to understand established and current discourse in the field. The goal is to demonstrate critical, interpretative, and analytical skills in reading and writing as well as apply contemporary theory. Writers covered may vary from term to term.
24882 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Simons, Jeffrey G. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 Advanced Seminar in English Language, Literature, and Writing (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisites: ENGL 240, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. A synthesis and application of knowledge and skills developed by previous study in the discipline. The goal is to refine skills and explore ways that they may be applied after graduation. Focus is on reviewing and revising previously written papers and/or projects to create a comprehensive portfolio. Assignments include the creation of the portfolio and writing original papers on one's professional postgraduate objectives and the current status of the discipline.
24181 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Perkins, Wendy B Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 Advanced Seminar in English Language, Literature, and Writing (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisites: ENGL 240, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. A synthesis and application of knowledge and skills developed by previous study in the discipline. The goal is to refine skills and explore ways that they may be applied after graduation. Focus is on reviewing and revising previously written papers and/or projects to create a comprehensive portfolio. Assignments include the creation of the portfolio and writing original papers on one's professional postgraduate objectives and the current status of the discipline.
24652 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: McBride, Christopher Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 Advanced Seminar in English Language, Literature, and Writing (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken in a student's last 15 credits.) Prerequisites: ENGL 240, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. A synthesis and application of knowledge and skills developed by previous study in the discipline. The goal is to refine skills and explore ways that they may be applied after graduation. Focus is on reviewing and revising previously written papers and/or projects to create a comprehensive portfolio. Assignments include the creation of the portfolio and writing original papers on one's professional postgraduate objectives and the current status of the discipline.
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25104 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: McBride, Christopher Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 301 Environment and Ecosystems Principles (3)
An overview of the scientific principles governing ecosystems, particularly as they relate to the environmental consequences of resource development and industrial processes. The objective is to identify and apply scientific reasoning and knowledge of ecological principles to make informed decisions about environmental management issues and other issues that affect the ecosystem. Topics include Earth's ecosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. Discussion also covers the current state of the environment, the historical development of environmental management issues and approaches, and concepts of risk assessment and management.
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21303 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Hamblin-Katnik, Claudia Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 301 Environment and Ecosystems Principles (3)
An overview of the scientific principles governing ecosystems, particularly as they relate to the environmental consequences of resource development and industrial processes. The objective is to identify and apply scientific reasoning and knowledge of ecological principles to make informed decisions about environmental management issues and other issues that affect the ecosystem. Topics include Earth's ecosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. Discussion also covers the current state of the environment, the historical development of environmental management issues and approaches, and concepts of risk assessment and management.
24179 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Agan, Suzanne W Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 303 Environmental Regulations and Policy (3)
An analysis of the development and implementation of the principles of constitutional and administrative law that are fundamental to both environmental management and health and safety management. The goal is to use information literacy skills to locate applicable policies, laws, and regulations and to apply knowledge of process and regulatory communication systems for effective environmental management. Emphasis is on federal legislation and the use of the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations. Discussion covers the relationship between regulations and public policy at local, state, and federal levels. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENMT 303 or ENMT 493.
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21190 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Okonkwo, Churchill O Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 303 Environmental Regulations and Policy (3)
An analysis of the development and implementation of the principles of constitutional and administrative law that are fundamental to both environmental management and health and safety management. The goal is to use information literacy skills to locate applicable policies, laws, and regulations and to apply knowledge of process and regulatory communication systems for effective environmental management. Emphasis is on federal legislation and the use of the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations. Discussion covers the relationship between regulations and public policy at local, state, and federal levels. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENMT 303 or ENMT 493.
24178 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Yankopoulos, Anastasia T Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 306 Risk Assessments in Environmental Health and Safety (3)
(formerly ENMT 390). An overview of the scientific principles and government guidelines for the conduct of environmental health and safety risk assessments. Students will conduct risk assessments; collect, analyze, and interpret data; and characterize potential adverse effects of chemical, physical, and biological agents.Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENMT 306 or ENMT 390.
24622 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Knoch, Vicki L Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 306 Risk Assessments in Environmental Health and Safety (3)
(formerly ENMT 390). An overview of the scientific principles and government guidelines for the conduct of environmental health and safety risk assessments. Students will conduct risk assessments; collect, analyze, and interpret data; and characterize potential adverse effects of chemical, physical, and biological agents.Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENMT 306 or ENMT 390.
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25730 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Knoch, Vicki L Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 307 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (3)
An introduction to the basic concepts of geographic information systems (GIS). The aim is to apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address current environmental challenges using GIS software and develop skills in framing problems; selecting data; creating and building databases; editing, analyzing and presenting data in a spatial context; and interpreting results.
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22251 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Agan, Suzanne W Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 307 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (3)
An introduction to the basic concepts of geographic information systems (GIS). The aim is to apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address current environmental challenges using GIS software and develop skills in framing problems; selecting data; creating and building databases; editing, analyzing and presenting data in a spatial context; and interpreting results.
25105 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Maldonado, Tyler J Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 310 Hazard Management in Emergency Response Operations (3)
An overview of emergency planning and the management of disaster response operations. The objective is to work safely in a hazardous environment and to prepare hazardous substances for transportation, processing, and disposal. Regulations, laws, and practices related to human-made and natural hazards and emergency preparedness are examined. Topics include the relationships between industrial processes and hazardous substances and elements of hazardous substances emergency planning, such as direction and control of emergency preparedness, response, and remediation. Review also covers preparation of emergency plans, methodology of disaster response, and performance of emergency operations. Practical exercises demonstrate how to prepare emergency plans for handling emergencies.
24171 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bauza-Lawver, Mary A. Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 321 Environmental Health (3)
Prerequisites: CHEM 297, ENMT 301 and BIOL 301 (or a health-related biology course). Recommended: STAT 200. A study of the effects of biological, chemical, and physical hazards on human health. The aim is to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control environmental hazards. Topics include the impact of contamination and pollution of air, soil, and water on human health; as well as the potential impact of physical hazards on human well-being.
24167 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Closed Online
Faculty: Wood, Kenneth A Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 321 Environmental Health (3)
Prerequisites: CHEM 297, ENMT 301 and BIOL 301 (or a health-related biology course). Recommended: STAT 200. A study of the effects of biological, chemical, and physical hazards on human health. The aim is to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control environmental hazards. Topics include the impact of contamination and pollution of air, soil, and water on human health; as well as the potential impact of physical hazards on human well-being.
26926 7381 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Schrader, Jessica A Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 322 Occupational Health and Safety (3)
Prerequisite: ENMT 301. A study of the principles of health and safety management in the workplace. The objective is to evaluate occupational hazards and formulate strategies to control occupational health and safety hazards and minimize injury. Topics include anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of occupational hazards. The strategies used by industrial hygienists and safety professionals to prevent or minimize the exposure to occupational hazards are explored. Discussion also covers the role of regulatory processes in occupational health and safety management.
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22022 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Loser, Christopher J Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 322 Occupational Health and Safety (3)
Prerequisite: ENMT 301. A study of the principles of health and safety management in the workplace. The objective is to evaluate occupational hazards and formulate strategies to control occupational health and safety hazards and minimize injury. Topics include anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of occupational hazards. The strategies used by industrial hygienists and safety professionals to prevent or minimize the exposure to occupational hazards are explored. Discussion also covers the role of regulatory processes in occupational health and safety management.
26688 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Pradhan, Sharmila V Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 340 Environmental Technology (3)
Prerequisites: ENMT 301 and CHEM 297 (or an environmental chemistry course). Recommended: STAT 200. An introduction to technology for multimedia (i.e., air, water, land) environmental management, control, and remediation. The objective is to recognize and apply appropriate technological solutions to prevent, treat, detect, and remediate air, water, and land pollution. Discussion covers existing, modified, new, and emerging technologies. Case studies of real-world environmental challenges demonstrate the evaluation and selection of the appropriate technology for specific uses. Factors in making technology application decisions--such as technical integrity, cost effectiveness, and environmental soundness--are explained.
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21161 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bliss, Morgan M Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 340 Environmental Technology (3)
Prerequisites: ENMT 301 and CHEM 297 (or an environmental chemistry course). Recommended: STAT 200. An introduction to technology for multimedia (i.e., air, water, land) environmental management, control, and remediation. The objective is to recognize and apply appropriate technological solutions to prevent, treat, detect, and remediate air, water, and land pollution. Discussion covers existing, modified, new, and emerging technologies. Case studies of real-world environmental challenges demonstrate the evaluation and selection of the appropriate technology for specific uses. Factors in making technology application decisions--such as technical integrity, cost effectiveness, and environmental soundness--are explained.
26689 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Gonsiewski, Robert E Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 360 Introduction to Urban Watersheds (3)
An overview of basic watershed processes and the impact of urbanization. The aim is to effectively manage urban watersheds to reduce the impact of land development. Topics include watershed characterization; hydrologic processes; stream characteristics; and the effects of the development process on watersheds, specifically on the hydrology, physical structure, water quality, and biodiversity of aquatic systems.
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25075 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Theisen, Janna S Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 365 Stewardship and Global Environmental Challenges (3)
Recommended: WRTG 112 or equivalent and a more advanced writing course. An interdisciplinary approach to environmental stewardship. The aim is to critically examine the role of the individual and society in global environmental sustainability. Emphasis is on approaches that identify barriers to personal and public participation in behaviors that support environmental sustainability an possible pathways to overcome those barriers.
20455 6980 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Lawler, Mark C Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 380 Air Quality Management (3)
Prerequisites: ENMT 301 and CHEM 297 (or an environmental chemistry course). Recommended: STAT 200 and BIOL 301 (or a health-related biology course). An overview of air quality management principles and strategies. The goal is to identify the risk and possible causes of air pollution and evaluate air quality management strategies. Discussion covers atmospheric processes and mechanisms, pollutants and sources of air pollution, dispersion, effects, regulations, air pollution control technology and management, indoor air quality pollution, and noise control. Indoor air pollution topics include the study of sick buildings, causes and risk factors, diagnostic protocols, contamination measurement, and problem mitigation.
24154 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Wakrat Schwartz, Deborah Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 405 Pollution Prevention Strategies (3)
Prerequisite: ENMT 301. An overview of alternative environmental strategies to minimize, reduce, and prevent pollution. The goal is to integrate knowledge about environmental systems and environmental regulations to minimize, reduce, and prevent pollution. Topics include source reduction, recovery, reuse, recycling, and conservation; material substitution; process modifications; quality assurance, quality control, and good housekeeping; waste minimization; zero discharge; and pollution prevention, processing, treatment, and disposal. Emphasis is on pollution prevention techniques, practices, and case studies. Review also covers economic analysis and regulatory compliance related to these strategies.
25093 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Loser, Christopher J Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 495 Global Environmental Management Issues (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken as the student's last ENMT course.) Prerequisites: ENMT 303, ENMT 307, ENMT 321, ENMT 322, ENMT 340. Recommended: MATH 115 (or MATH 107 and MATH 108), STAT 200, and WRTG 112 (or a more advanced writing course). A study of global environmental management that integrates knowledge gained through previous coursework and experience and builds on that conceptual foundation through integrative analysis, practical application, and critical thinking. The goal is to develop and evaluate environmental management projects and plans based on effective, practical approaches. Topics include economic development and environmental pollution, remediation, and conservation within a multifaceted scientific, legal, political, and global context. Discussion covers national and international events concerning environmental issues. Case studies and an advanced management project apply principles and concepts to environmental perspectives, sustainability, research issues, and innovative technology solutions.
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22023 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Schrader, Jessica A Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 495 Global Environmental Management Issues (3)
(Intended as a final, capstone course to be taken as the student's last ENMT course.) Prerequisites: ENMT 303, ENMT 307, ENMT 321, ENMT 322, ENMT 340. Recommended: MATH 115 (or MATH 107 and MATH 108), STAT 200, and WRTG 112 (or a more advanced writing course). A study of global environmental management that integrates knowledge gained through previous coursework and experience and builds on that conceptual foundation through integrative analysis, practical application, and critical thinking. The goal is to develop and evaluate environmental management projects and plans based on effective, practical approaches. Topics include economic development and environmental pollution, remediation, and conservation within a multifaceted scientific, legal, political, and global context. Discussion covers national and international events concerning environmental issues. Case studies and an advanced management project apply principles and concepts to environmental perspectives, sustainability, research issues, and innovative technology solutions.
25145 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Hamblin-Katnik, Claudia Syllabus Course Materials
EXCL X001 Supplement to Prior Learning Portfolio (0)
(Students should visit umgc.edu/priorlearning or contact priorlearning@umgc.edu for complete requirements.) Prerequisite: EXCL 301. An opportunity to prepare additional portfolios for courses not previously targeted. The aim is to translate prior life experiences into college credit by developing a portfolio that documents and presents learning specific to targeted courses. Faculty evaluators assess completed portfolios to recommend credit award.
25299 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Lepore, Bridget A Syllabus Course Materials
EXCL 301 Prior Learning Portfolio (3)
(Students should visit umgc.edu/priorlearning or contact priorlearning@umgc.edu for complete requirements.) Prerequisite: formal admission to the program. Instruction in the preparation of a portfolio documenting college-level learning gained through life experiences. The aim is to translate prior life experiences into college credit by developing a portfolio that documents and presents learning specific to targeted courses. Faculty evaluators assess completed portfolios to recommend credit award.
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21218 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
Note: Students must contact priorlearning@umgc.edu to apply to the program and register for the course.
EXCL 301 Prior Learning Portfolio (3)
(Students should visit umgc.edu/priorlearning or contact priorlearning@umgc.edu for complete requirements.) Prerequisite: formal admission to the program. Instruction in the preparation of a portfolio documenting college-level learning gained through life experiences. The aim is to translate prior life experiences into college credit by developing a portfolio that documents and presents learning specific to targeted courses. Faculty evaluators assess completed portfolios to recommend credit award.
25298 7380 15 Mar 2023-09 May 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Roof, Jillian Paige Syllabus Course Materials
Note: Students must contact priorlearning@umgc.edu to apply to the program and register for the course.
FINC 321 Fundamentals of Building Wealth (3)
(Formerly BMGT 342. For students majoring in both business and nonbusiness disciplines.) A practical overview of personal finance management and wealth creation that blends financial theory and application. The goal is to develop personal financial management skills (e.g., budgeting income and expenditures and planning for financial security and retirement) and understand elements of the U.S. financial structure (including savings and investment alternatives, financing and credit sources, and the role of insurance in protecting income and assets). These skills are utilized in the development of a personal financial plan. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 342, BMGT 388F, BMGT 388N, FINC 321, or FINC 322.
20320 6980 15 Feb 2023-11 Apr 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Bookout, James M Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 321 Fundamentals of Building Wealth (3)
(Formerly BMGT 342. For students majoring in both business and nonbusiness disciplines.) A practical overview of personal finance management and wealth creation that blends financial theory and application. The goal is to develop personal financial management skills (e.g., budgeting income and expenditures and planning for financial security and retirement) and understand elements of the U.S. financial structure (including savings and investment alternatives, financing and credit sources, and the role of insurance in protecting income and assets). These skills are utilized in the development of a personal financial plan. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 342, BMGT 388F, BMGT 388N, FINC 321, or FINC 322.
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20898 6380 11 Jan 2023-07 Mar 2023 Open Online
Faculty: Terwilliger, Douglas L Syllabus Course Materials
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