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2024 Spring: January 10 - May 7

Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
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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20970 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 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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21807 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 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.
23065 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed 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.
24236 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed 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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27303 6382 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Frusciante, Denise M 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.
27609 7382 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: White, Jennifer Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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20466 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Meadows, Becky Lee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21035 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Weber, Wendy L Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23135 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Golightly, Karen B Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24400 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Murphy, Caroline AM Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or 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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22062 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: White, Jennifer Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or 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.
23719 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Luyt, Ilka Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 250 Introduction to Women's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or 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.
24496 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 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 ENGL 102. 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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21374 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Gulli, Antonino 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 ENGL 102. 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.
23718 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Nank, Christopher E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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20470 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bardi, Abigail R Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24510 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hardy, Mary Michele Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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20565 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Semansky, Christopher 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 ENGL 102. 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.
23717 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Lockhart, Christine Renee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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27173 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lockhart, Christine Renee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
(Designed as a foundation for other upper-level literature courses.) Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
27574 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Cortese, Romana Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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20771 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: McCullough, Kelly E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23716 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Meadows, Becky Lee Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
27457 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Myron, Coleman C. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 311 The Long 18th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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20696 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Myron, Coleman C. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 311 The Long 18th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23715 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: McCullough, Kelly E Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 312 19th-Century British Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23713 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Bardi, Abigail R Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 363 African American Authors from the Colonial Era to 1900 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21610 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: McLendon, Jacquelyn Y Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 364 African American Authors from 1900 to Present (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21703 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Carey, Carleen S Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 364 African American Authors from 1900 to Present (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23709 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Cannon, Uzzie T. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 386 History of the English Language (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23705 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Frusciante, Denise M Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 386 History of the English Language (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
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25817 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Dambroski, Stanley G Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 406 Shakespeare Studies (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
23704 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Corcoran, Kellye C Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 430 Early American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21057 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Moffett, Joe W Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 430 Early American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24131 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hendricks, Theodore W Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 433 Modern American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21064 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Cortese, Romana Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 433 Modern American Literature (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24130 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Weber, Wendy L Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 441 Postmodern American Literature: 1945 to 1999 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21732 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Shoop-Shafor, Eva J. Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 441 Postmodern American Literature: 1945 to 1999 (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24106 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Semansky, Christopher K Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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21936 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Buyze, David M Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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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22758 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Pitts, April D Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 459 Contemporary Global Literatures (3)
Prerequisite: WRTG 112 or ENGL 102. 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.
24337 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Reading, Ann Y Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 English Literature Capstone (3)
Prerequisites: ENGL 250, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. 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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22038 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: McBride, Christopher Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 English Literature Capstone (3)
Prerequisites: ENGL 250, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. 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.
23703 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: McBride, Christopher Syllabus Course Materials
ENGL 495 English Literature Capstone (3)
Prerequisites: ENGL 250, ENGL 303, and at least 9 additional credits of upper-level ENGL courses. 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.
24138 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Claiborne, Gay D Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 300 Environmental Systems (3)
Prerequisite: CHEM 297. An introduction to environmental systems and the impact of human activities on the environment. The goal is to explore the Earth's systems, including the biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere, and recognize the complex interconnections of natural and human systems to gain a deeper understanding of human drivers of environmental change and environmental health and safety concerns. Topics include systems thinking, impacts of resource development and use, and general scientific principles and concepts related to environmental systems (e.g., biogeochemical cycles, flow of energy, biodiversity, soil, water, and air). Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 300 or ENMT 301.
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25801 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Agan, Suzanne W Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 300 Environmental Systems (3)
Prerequisite: CHEM 297. An introduction to environmental systems and the impact of human activities on the environment. The goal is to explore the Earth's systems, including the biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere, and recognize the complex interconnections of natural and human systems to gain a deeper understanding of human drivers of environmental change and environmental health and safety concerns. Topics include systems thinking, impacts of resource development and use, and general scientific principles and concepts related to environmental systems (e.g., biogeochemical cycles, flow of energy, biodiversity, soil, water, and air). Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 300 or ENMT 301.
25802 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Agan, Suzanne W Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 305 Environmental Health and Safety Regulations (3)
Prerequisite or corequisite: ENHS 300. An analysis of the development, use, and implementation of constitutional and administrative law in environmental health and safety management. The goal is to practice information literacy skills to locate applicable policies, laws, and regulations and to apply knowledge of process and regulatory communication systems for effective environmental health and safety management. The emphasis is on federal legislation and the use of the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations. Discussion explores the relationship between regulations and public policy at local, state, and federal levels. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 305, ENMT 303, or ENMT 493.
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25804 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Osemene, Segun P Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 305 Environmental Health and Safety Regulations (3)
Prerequisite or corequisite: ENHS 300. An analysis of the development, use, and implementation of constitutional and administrative law in environmental health and safety management. The goal is to practice information literacy skills to locate applicable policies, laws, and regulations and to apply knowledge of process and regulatory communication systems for effective environmental health and safety management. The emphasis is on federal legislation and the use of the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations. Discussion explores the relationship between regulations and public policy at local, state, and federal levels. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 305, ENMT 303, or ENMT 493.
25805 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Loser, Christopher J Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 310 Hazardous Substances and Toxicology (3)
An exploration of hazardous substances and their effects on human health and the environment. The aim is to examine hazards and risk factors to determine mechanisms leading to injury and damaging health outcomes. Topics include hazard identification and communication, fundamentals of toxicology, task safety analysis, and occupational and environmental exposure science.
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25807 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Ayers, David M Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 310 Hazardous Substances and Toxicology (3)
An exploration of hazardous substances and their effects on human health and the environment. The aim is to examine hazards and risk factors to determine mechanisms leading to injury and damaging health outcomes. Topics include hazard identification and communication, fundamentals of toxicology, task safety analysis, and occupational and environmental exposure science.
25808 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Pradhan, Sharmila V Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 310 Hazardous Substances and Toxicology (3)
An exploration of hazardous substances and their effects on human health and the environment. The aim is to examine hazards and risk factors to determine mechanisms leading to injury and damaging health outcomes. Topics include hazard identification and communication, fundamentals of toxicology, task safety analysis, and occupational and environmental exposure science.
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27085 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Eltz, Bart J Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 310 Hazardous Substances and Toxicology (3)
An exploration of hazardous substances and their effects on human health and the environment. The aim is to examine hazards and risk factors to determine mechanisms leading to injury and damaging health outcomes. Topics include hazard identification and communication, fundamentals of toxicology, task safety analysis, and occupational and environmental exposure science.
27557 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hamblin-Katnik, Claudia Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 315 Risk Assessment in Environmental Health and Safety (3)
An examination of the general concepts of risk assessment as applied to environmental health and safety practice. The aim is to incorporate best practices for risk assessment, analysis, and mitigation recommendations for effective management of change. Topics include ecological and human risk assessment; risk perception; risk transfer options; and identification of methods, databases, and tools to characterize risk. 
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25811 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Wakrat Schwartz, Deborah Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 315 Risk Assessment in Environmental Health and Safety (3)
An examination of the general concepts of risk assessment as applied to environmental health and safety practice. The aim is to incorporate best practices for risk assessment, analysis, and mitigation recommendations for effective management of change. Topics include ecological and human risk assessment; risk perception; risk transfer options; and identification of methods, databases, and tools to characterize risk. 
25812 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sharpe, Linda D Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 320 Incident Response and Investigation (3)
An introduction to incident planning, response, investigation, analysis, and management. The objective is to synthesize data and evidence to develop recommendations for prevention or mitigation of future incidents. Topics include the incident command system, hazardous substances emergency response, incident analysis and investigation methods, and workplace violence prevention.
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25814 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hody, Brandon J Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 325 Fire Prevention and Protection (3)
An overview of fire prevention and protection as applied to environmental health and safety. The objective is to implement evidence-based practices and strategies to address physical and chemical hazards that may result in a fire or explosion event. Topics include fire science, chemical and electrical hazards, detection and suppression systems, hot work, life safety, and chemical process safety.
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25816 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Dunston, Nelson C Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 330 Safety and Security Management (3)
Prerequisite: ENHS 305. A detailed exploration of safety and security management systems applied to the occupational environment. The aim is to implement evidence-based workplace interventions to clarify issues and contributing factors and to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions. Topics include hazard control methods, performance indicators, construction safety practices, fleet safety, inspections and audits, change management, safety culture, and voluntary consensus standards.
25818 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sicari, Chad M Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 335 Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene (3)
Prerequisite: ENHS 310. An investigation of work-related impacts on human health and the environment. The goal is to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, control, and confirm effectiveness of controls for occupational health hazards and risk factors through the practice of industrial/occupational hygiene. Topics include exposure assessment and management, indoor environmental quality, ventilation, return-to-work programs, susceptible worker protection, and worker privacy.
25819 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Page-Bottorff, Timothy S Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 340 Environmental Technology and Control (3)
Prerequisite: ENHS 300. An introduction to technology for environmental health and safety management, control, and remediation. The objective is to apply appropriate technological solutions to air, land, and water to prevent, treat, detect, and remediate pollution. Discussion covers existing, modified, new, and emerging technologies, as well as factors in making technology application decisions for waste removal, treatment, and disposal. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 340 or ENMT 340.
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25820 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bliss, Morgan M Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 340 Environmental Technology and Control (3)
Prerequisite: ENHS 300. An introduction to technology for environmental health and safety management, control, and remediation. The objective is to apply appropriate technological solutions to air, land, and water to prevent, treat, detect, and remediate pollution. Discussion covers existing, modified, new, and emerging technologies, as well as factors in making technology application decisions for waste removal, treatment, and disposal. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 340 or ENMT 340.
25821 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Gonsiewski, Robert E Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 350 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite or corequisite: ENHS 300. 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 and watershed challenges using GIS software and develop skills in framing problems effectively and ethically. Activities include selecting data; creating and building databases; editing, analyzing, and presenting data in a spatial context; and interpreting and communicating results. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 350 or ENMT 307.
25823 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Maldonado, Tyler J Syllabus Course Materials
ENHS 360 Introduction to Watershed Management (3)
Prerequisite or corequisite: ENHS 300. A comprehensive examination of watershed management with a focus on design practices. The aim is to apply critical thinking and build the professional skills in science, management practice, regulatory processes, and stakeholder engagement required to implement watershed and stormwater management in the United States. Topics include watershed characterization, hydrologic processes, land use impacts on watersheds, water quality and quantity, and the design of structural and nonstructural best management practices. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ENHS 360 or ENMT 360.
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25824 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hamblin-Katnik, Claudia Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 365 (3)
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26775 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Yankopoulos, Anastasia T Syllabus Course Materials
ENMT 405 (3)
26671 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Theisen, Janna S 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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21493 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 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.
24469 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Schrader, Jessica A 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.
24473 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Taylor, David W 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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20749 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 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.
24472 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Roof, Jillian Paige 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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20440 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bakker, Edward J 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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20647 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Savage, Howard A 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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21075 6382 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lurtz, Meghaan R 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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22267 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Giuliano, Michael 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.
22913 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Savage, Howard A 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.
23677 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Lewis, Bonnie Lewis 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.
23678 7382 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Binder, Craig Jason 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.
25263 5065 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open LaPlata (Hybrid)
Faculty: Gbenjo, Ayodele D Bldg/Room: BU 105 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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27416 6981 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Simmons, Jacob D Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 328 Small Business Finance (3)
A project-driven study of small business and entrepreneurial finance that emphasizes the financial knowledge and tools needed to develop a successful venture from start-up through growth and maturity. The goal is to identify, assess, and explain the key decision-making processes required of a small business entrepreneur or financial manager. Topics include financial statement analysis, capital acquisition, legal and regulatory compliance, budgeting, forecasting, and client and vendor relationships. Projects include creation of a financial plan and completion of a loan application. Discussion also covers contemporary issues related to finance.
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20862 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Kardatzke, Mary Beth Rachel Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 328 Small Business Finance (3)
A project-driven study of small business and entrepreneurial finance that emphasizes the financial knowledge and tools needed to develop a successful venture from start-up through growth and maturity. The goal is to identify, assess, and explain the key decision-making processes required of a small business entrepreneur or financial manager. Topics include financial statement analysis, capital acquisition, legal and regulatory compliance, budgeting, forecasting, and client and vendor relationships. Projects include creation of a financial plan and completion of a loan application. Discussion also covers contemporary issues related to finance.
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22724 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bookout, James M Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 328 Small Business Finance (3)
A project-driven study of small business and entrepreneurial finance that emphasizes the financial knowledge and tools needed to develop a successful venture from start-up through growth and maturity. The goal is to identify, assess, and explain the key decision-making processes required of a small business entrepreneur or financial manager. Topics include financial statement analysis, capital acquisition, legal and regulatory compliance, budgeting, forecasting, and client and vendor relationships. Projects include creation of a financial plan and completion of a loan application. Discussion also covers contemporary issues related to finance.
24215 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Kardatzke, Mary Beth Rachel Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20439 6382 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Asif, Salma Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20499 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hamilton, Warren D Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20539 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Laramy, Ann M Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20668 6383 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Gmitter, Nicole D Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20866 6384 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bryant, Gene Y Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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20940 6385 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Binder, Craig Jason Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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21076 6386 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Tony L Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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21226 6387 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Campos, Johnny R Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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21321 6388 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Bowser, Judith Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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21818 6389 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Laramy, Ann M Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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21838 6390 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lewis, Bonnie Lewis Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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22265 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Harris, Jennifer Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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22266 6981 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Thigpen, Canneah K. Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
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22781 6983 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lurtz, Meghaan R Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
22912 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hamilton, Warren D Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
23570 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Gmitter, Nicole D Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
23571 7382 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: VanderPal, Geoffrey A Syllabus Course Materials
FINC 330 Business Finance (3)
Prerequisites: ACCT 221 and STAT 200. An overview of the theory, principles, and practices of financial management in a business environment. Topics include financial analysis and financial risk, characteristics and valuations of securities, capital investment analysis and decision making, the capital structure of the firm, financial leverage, and international finance. The aim is to examine financial information, identify issues and solve business problems, and make sound business decisions. Emphasis is on the application of financial theory and methods for solving the problems of financial policy that managers face. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BMGT 340, FINC 330, MGMT 398D, or TMGT 320.
23572 7383 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Harris, Jennifer Syllabus Course Materials
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