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[UMS06]

ACC 110 Financial Accounting Information for Decision Making

This course is designed to help students appreciate the role of accountants in providing information helpful to decisions of investors, creditors, government regulators, and others, and how that information can be used. Emphasis is on understanding the meaning and value of the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. The role of the auditor, internal controls, and ethical issues are examined. The annual report is used to explore how corporations apply accounting principles in presentations to the public. Prerequisites: a minimum of 12 earned credit hours, and MAT 101 with a grade of 'C' or better or have appropriate placement test scores (SAT Math Score >= 570 or Accuplacer QAS >= 263 or ALEKS Math test score >=46) or C- or higher in MAT 108 or MAT 140 or MAT 152. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61664
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Donald A Ladd
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Minimum of 12 earned credit hours; completion of MAT 101 with a grade of C or higher, or C- or higher in MAT 108 or MAT 140 or MAT 152 or have appropriate placement test scores.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Donald A Ladd
[UMS06]

ACC 211 Managerial Accounting Information for Decision Making

This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn basic concepts and accounting systems involved in the use of managerial accounting information in making planning and control decisions in organizations. Basic concepts include different types of costs (e.g., direct, indirect, fixed, variable, and relevant costs). Basic accounting systems include systems for cost allocation (e.g., job-order costing, activity-based costing), planning (e.g., cost-volume-profit analysis, master budget), and control (e.g., flexible budgets, variance analysis, responsibility accounting, performance measurement). Prerequisites: ACC 110 (C- or higher) and sophomore standing. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60001
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Donald A Ladd
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ACC 110 (C- or better) and Sophomore standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Donald A Ladd
[UMS06]

ANT 101 Anthropology: The Cultural View

This course is a basic introductory survey of cultural anthropology. It examines the differences between cultures as well as cultural universals, and the relationship between social organization, ideology, economics, and political structure in different types of societies. It reviews the various theoretical approaches in cultural anthropology's attempt to explain human behavior, presenting examples from foraging, farming, and contemporary industrial societies through readings and films. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60002
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah Charlotte Lockridge

Class Number: 61642
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Sarah Charlotte Lockridge
[UMS06]

ANT 103 Introduction to Archaeology

This course describes the methods and theories used by modern archaeologists to uncover information about past human life ways. Attention is given to techniques of survey and excavation of archaeological materials; concepts of space and time in archaeology; and detailed analysis of artifacts and organic residues. Some attention will be given to specific topics such as the archaeology of New England, the Caribbean, and Japan. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60300
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Erin Aisling Crowley-Champoux
[UMS06]

ARH 112 Art History: Renaissance to the Present

Examination and discussion of the painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Renaissance to the present. The course emphasizes the relationship of the visual arts to social, political, religious, and cultural trends and introduces students to various methods of art-historical interpretation. Corequisite: ENG 102. Preference given to candidates for matriculation in the Department of Art, or those with permission of the instructor. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60404
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jon D Calame
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Corequisite: ENG 102
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jon D Calame
[UMS06]

ART 124 Cre8: The Art of Creativity

Explore the concepts, tools and strategies for innovation, the creative process and creative problem solving through selected hands on exercises, readings, discussions, project based work and creative assignments in a variety of media and approaches. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking as students analyze, compare, and contrast problem-solving tools and techniques employed by creative makers and thinkers from artists to scientists and entrepreneurs. Students adopt these concepts, tools and strategies to self-defined tasks for creative activity. Cr 3. (Satisfies Creative Expression Requirement).
Section(s):

Class Number: 60281
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Kimberly B Bentley
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Kimberly B Bentley
[UMS06]

ART 170 The Power of Amateur Photography

This is an introductory course designed for the amateur photographer to develop one's personal vision and expand the understanding of technical and aesthetic possibilities of mobile photography. Through specific assignments and presentations from historical and contemporary photographic works and practices, students will explore the powerful possibilities of amateur photography using a mobile device. This course satisfies the Creative Expression core requirement. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61620
Credits: 3
Class Component: Studio
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tabitha Barnard
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Tabitha Barnard
[UMS06]

ATH 500 Athletic Training Professional Practice I

This course will provide an orientation to athletic training education and the profession. Program and clinical education expectations and requirements will be reviewed within the course. Students will be introduced to core competencies and central concepts in athletic training that will serve as a foundation for future content. Cr 1.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60290
Credits: 1
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/2/2024 - 8/6/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Meredith Jill Madden
Enrollment: 0 of 24 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Online Live 7/2/2024 - 8/6/2024 Meredith Jill Madden
[UMS06]

ATH 502 Acute Care of Critical Incident

Introduction to presentation and management of acute and catastrophic conditions. Prevention strategies will be discussed for sudden death conditions, including emergency action plans. Certifications in emergency cardiac care and first aid will be obtained. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60292
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 24 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Tuesday 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM Online Live 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

ATH 524 Therapeutic Interventions II

This course will explore contemporary rehabilitation techniques including manual, therapeutic and corrective exercises, joint mobilization and manipulation, proprioceptive activities, task specific functional training, and cardiovascular training. Prerequisites: Minimum of a B- in ATH 520, ATH 521, ATH 522, and ATH 523. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61760
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dominique M Ross
Enrollment: 0 of 12 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Minimum of a B- in ATH 520, ATH 521, ATH 522, and ATH 523
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Dominique M Ross
[UMS06]

ATH 674 Clinical 4

This course offers students an immersive clinical field experience with online meeting sessions. This course will focus on practicing and applying athletic training core competencies and educational standards presetented in prior didactic and laboratory based courses. Prerequisites: Minimum of a B- in ATH 573. Cr. 2.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60342
Credits: 2
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/18/2024 - 8/22/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Noel A Neptune
Enrollment: 0 of 24 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Minimum of a B- in ATH 573
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Online Live 7/18/2024 - 8/22/2024 Noel A Neptune
[UMS06]

BIO 112 Practical Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Laboratory experiences illustrating concepts and principles introduced in BIO 111 and BIO 221. The course will cover the following topics: metrics, language of anatomy, cell physiology, tissues, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, and nervous system. Prerequisite: BIO 111 or BIO 221 or concurrent. Cr 1.5.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60168
Credits: 1.5
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah E Darhower
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 111 or BIO 221 or concurrent (or equivalent)
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah E Darhower
[UMS06]

BIO 114 Practical Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Laboratory studies of the structure and function of the endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductive, digestive, and urinary systems. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in BIO 112; BIO 113 or BIO 223 or concurrent. Cr 1.5.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60090
Credits: 1.5
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah E Darhower
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 112 with a minimum grade of C- or better and prior or concurrent enrollment in BIO 113 or BIO 223
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Sarah E Darhower
[UMS06]

BIO 131 Our Relationship with the Living World

The overall focus of this course is our relationship with the living world, and this version of the course will focus specifically on our relationship with microorganisms. Both lecture materials and at-home experimentation (labs) will guide you as you learn about microscopic organisms and explore how they are intricately woven into every aspect of our lives. We will touch on what might be familiar aspects of health and disease and spend even more time on the more positive and essential roles they play in our lives on the planet. As you explore these topics, you will also gain an understanding of the process of scientific inquiry and work on skills related to scientific discovery and communication. Prerequisites: Writing, Reading, and Inquiry 1 or concurrent, Quantitative Reasoning or concurrent. Cr. 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60488
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Catherine Miller
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Writing, Reading, and Inquiry I (ENG 100, ENG 101, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100) and Quantitative Reasoning course (or concurrent)
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Catherine Miller
[UMS06]

BIO 281 Microbiology for Health Sciences

This course is a basic introduction to the structure and function of prokaryotes, with some consideration of viruses and parasites. It is appropriate for nursing and allied health majors and does not fulfill requirements of the biology or biochemistry majors. Prerequisites: grade of C- or higher in CHY 107 or CHY 113 and grade of C- or higher in BIO 105 or BIO 111. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60005
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Catherine Miller
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: (BIO 105 or BIO 111 with a minimum grade of C-) and (CHY 107 or CHY 113 with a minimum grade of C-)
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Catherine Miller
[UMS06]

BIO 345 Pathophysiology

A study of the physiological, genetic, biochemical and environmental basis of noninfectious diseases. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in BIO 109 or BIO 113, or BIO 223, or permission of instructor. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60092
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tracy Filler
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 109 or BIO 113 or BIO 223 with minimum grades of C-
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Tracy Filler

Class Number: 60093
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Lisa Legere
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 109 or BIO 113 or BIO 223 with minimum grades of C-
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Lisa Legere
[UMS06]

BPH 339 Topics in Public Health

The course focuses on current topics in public health with an emphasis on special populations, diseases, or events. The course is designed to address public health concerns that are timely and relevant; topics will rotate periodically in response to student demand and/or emerging public health issues. Prior topics have included infectious disease, obesity, global health, child health, and substance use disorders. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Women's Health

Class Number: 60306
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Topic: Women's Health
This course examines public health approaches for addressing the complex impacts on women's wellbeing. Students will apply public health concepts, frameworks, and models to women's health. Students will gain a broad understanding of the field of women's health from local and global standpoints. By the end of this course, students will be able to identify data for decision making, analyze evidence-based information, examine multisectoral approaches, and gain a deeper awareness of cultural considerations related to women's health. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jennifer Gunderman-King
[UMS06]

BUS 241 Applied Business Modeling

This technology-driven, workforce-alignment course is designed to make students think about structuring varied business situations for quantitative analysis. It introduces principles and techniques for building and implementing decision-making models using Excel. The topics drawn are relevant to a variety of business disciplines, such as analytics, operations, marketing, finance, and accounting. The course emphasizes the application of spreadsheet modeling techniques in the area of statistics for analyzing and implementing business solutions. In addition to introducing students to spreadsheets, it will cover a wide range of Excel functions and tools for business analysis including, what-if, goal seek, probability distributions, data visualization, look-up functions, tables, scenario manager, managing Excel add-ons, arrays, statistical analysis, and regression. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60400
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Hirotoshi Takeda
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Hirotoshi Takeda
[UMS06]

BUS 260 Marketing

This course is an introduction to the field of marketing. Topics include marketing strategy for products and services, market segmentation, targeting, and positioning, product issues, pricing, promotion, distribution, consumer behavior, marketing research and information systems, international marketing, and nonprofit marketing. Prerequisite: minimum of 24 earned credit hours. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60185
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Eklou Romaric Amendah
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Sophomore Standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Eklou Romaric Amendah
[UMS06]

BUS 300 Entrepreneurial Thinking

This course provides students an inside view of how entrepreneurial thinking can be applied in many environments including social ventures, corporations, venture capital and new ventures. Students will develop a basic knowledge of identifying opportunities, assessing required resources, planning and executing an entrepreneurial venture while developing an understanding of value propositions and risks. Prerequisites: junior standing. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a minimum grade of C- before taking any 300/400 Business courses. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60335
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gary L Palin
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: School of Business Majors/Minors or Art Majors, Junior or Senior standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Gary L Palin
[UMS06]

BUS 301 Business Analytics

Analytics is the scientific process of transforming data into insights for making better decisions. This course introduces students to all three areas of business analytics: descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive. Emphasis is placed upon developing students' abilities to recognize the need for analytics, formulating business problems, selecting and testing analytics models, and interpreting the implications of results. Prerequisites: BUS 241 (C- or higher grade) or BUS 195 (C or higher grade) or EGN 304 (C or higher), and MAT 108 (C- or higher grade). Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60273
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Hirotoshi Takeda
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: School of Business Majors; BUS 241 (C- or higher grade) or BUS 195 (C or higher grade) or EGN 304 (C or higher grade), and MAT 108 (C- or higher grade) or MAT 11X or MAT 140 or MAT 152. Majors in fall 2020 or later: Pre-Business Core
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Hirotoshi Takeda
[UMS06]

BUS 340 Managing Organizational Behavior

A survey of the disciplines of management and organizational behavior, and of the practices managers employ in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling organizations. Topics include self-awareness, perception and decision making, individual differences and diversity, motivation, group dynamics, communication, stress, power and politics, organizational design, and change. The environmental context, workforce diversity, the global economy, and managerial ethics are core integrating themes. Prerequisite: junior standing. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60007
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ali Fehmi Unal
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: School of Business Majors/Minors and Jr/Sr Standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Ali Fehmi Unal
[UMS06]

BUS 343 Management Skills

This course focuses on building critical skills for managers and employees to work effectively and efficiently in organizational settings. The course is organized so that students will have the opportunity to develop and practice managerial skills that are deemed by scholars and practitioners to be critical for organizational success in today's business world. Particularly, at the personal level, the course focuses on building skills pertaining to self-awareness, well-being, and analytical and creative problem solving. At the interpersonal level, the focus is building skills related to developing relationships, influencing and motivating others, and conflict resolution. Finally, at the group level, learn and develop skills with regard to empowering others, building effective teams, and leading change. Prerequisite: BUS 340 (min. C) and junior standing. Once a semester. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61678
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ali Fehmi Unal
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BUS 340 (min. C), junior standing, and Business major. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Ali Fehmi Unal
[UMS06]

BUS 345 Information Technology/Management Information Systems

Surveys information/systems technology for the management of corporate information as a resource. Managerial and technical dimensions of information systems are blended in a framework of information technology. Specific topics will evolve with the field but may include data communications, information systems theory, database concepts, and decision support systems. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61679
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): James A Suleiman
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 James A Suleiman
[UMS06]

BUS 346 Strategic Human Resource Management

Students gain a contemporary and comprehensive strategic HR perspective and learn how to make a significant contribution by managing any organization's human resources in line with strategic goals and objectives. Students will learn to develop solutions for sourcing talent, selecting for high performance, managing performance, selective retention, and leveraging diversity. Key functions are examined. Prerequisite: BUS 241 (min. C-) or BUS 195 (min. C); BUS 340 (min. C) and Junior Standing. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Limited offerings. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61680
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jie Li
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BUS 241 (C- or higher) or BUS 195 (C or higher); BUS 340 (C or higher); junior standing. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jie Li
[UMS06]

BUS 347 Triple-Bottom-Line Business

How can firms pursue profits without harming the planet or the `way life should be'? This course explores sustainable business strategies and practices that can be used to manage the triple bottom line of financial, environmental, and social performance. Ethical action is a recurring theme. Students with credit for BUS 357 may not enroll. Prerequisites: junior standing, BUS 260 (C- or higher), and BUS 280 (C- or higher). Limited offerings. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60226
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Richard J Bilodeau
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: BUS 260 (C- or better), BUS 280 (C- or better), School of Business majors/minors, and Jr Standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Richard J Bilodeau
[UMS06]

BUS 361 International Marketing

This course addresses the critical marketing skills required for business survival in today's world economy. Students learn to apply global marketing and financial management concepts and techniques during a semester-long, simulated global market program. Students analyze and manage international product lines and adapt to cultural differences while working in a computer simulated global marketplace. Prerequisites: BUS 260 (C- or higher) and junior standing. Fall only. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60094
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Richard J Bilodeau
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: BUS 260 (with grade of C- or better), School of Business major and Junior standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Richard J Bilodeau
[UMS06]

BUS 365 Consumer Behavior

This course examines alternative explanations of consumer behavior. Emphasis is placed on cultural, sociological, and psychological influences on consumption. Other topics include consumer decision processes and the way managers use consumer characteristics to segment the market and develop marketing plans. Prerequisites: BUS 260 (C- or higher) and junior standing. Students with credit for BUS 165 or BUS 322 may not enroll. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60095
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Eklou Romaric Amendah
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Jr Standing, BUS260 (with C- or higher), not taken BUS 165 or BUS 322, and School of Business major/minor. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Eklou Romaric Amendah
[UMS06]

BUS 375 Production/Operations Management

This course undertakes an examination of the role of operations within manufacturing and service organizations. Emphasis is placed upon recognizing operational opportunities and tradeoffs and employing quantitative and qualitative tools and decision support systems to assist strategic and operational decision-making. The general functions of operations management as applied to the transformation process are covered. Operations management concepts and analytical methods of handling problems in manufacturing and service operations are presented. Some of the important topics include but are not limited to Project Management, Quality Control, Capacity Planning, Inventory Management, Aggregate Planning and Short Term Scheduling. Prerequisites: BUS 301 (min. C) or MAT 380 (min C) and EGN 304 (min. C) and junior standing. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60008
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Amarpreet S Kohli
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BUS 301 with C or higher, or MAT 380 and EGN 304 with C or higher, and junior standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Amarpreet S Kohli
[UMS06]

BUS 399 Special Topics in Business

Prerequisites vary. Limited offerings. Cr 1-3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Esports Management

Class Number: 61682
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Esports Management (BUS 399): This course will delve into the business side of the esports industry introducing students to the culture of esports, esports terminology/definitions, and understanding the connections between traditional sport management and esports management. Additionally, topics may include: Esports business models, organizational structures, challenges/ opportunities within the industry, and creating an understanding of esports industry key stakeholders and building important industry relationships. Credits: 3 Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Sophomore Standing. Prerequisite: School of Business Majors. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

BUS 450 Business Policy and Strategy

An in-depth examination of the strategic management process in large complex organizations. This course uses case study analysis, discussion and integrative capstone projects to provide students with opportunities to learn and to apply strategic management theories and concepts. These include competitive analysis, value-chain analysis, generic business strategies, corporate strategy, and global strategy. The course fulfills the capstone requirement of the USM Core. Prerequisites: BUS 260 (C- or higher), BUS 340 (C or higher), FIN 320 (C or higher), GPA 2.0 or higher, and senior standing. Students matriculating fall 2011 and later must fulfill the University Core Requirement of "Ethical Inquiry, Social Responsibility and Citizenship" prior to enrollment. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business. Cr. 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60009
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gary L Palin
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prereqs: FIN320 (C or better), BUS340 (C or better), BUS260 (C- or better), 2.00 GPA, Senior Standing, BUS maj, satisfied EISRC Core requirement. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Gary L Palin
[UMS06]

CHY 107 Chemistry for Health Sciences

A one-semester introduction to general, organic, and biological chemistry for the health sciences. Topics include acids and bases, pH, chemical kinetics and equilibria, the chemistry of organic compounds; carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids. This course is not suitable for chemistry majors, biology majors, or pre-professionals (pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-veterinary). Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60209
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Seth Adrian Staples
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Seth Adrian Staples

Class Number: 60210
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Seth Adrian Staples
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Seth Adrian Staples
[UMS06]

CMS 102 Intro to Communication

This course provides students with an overview and brief history of the field of communication, introduces them to theory development and the research process, and illustrates how communication theories can be applied to everyday life. Students will explore communication in a variety of contexts, including intrapersonal, organizational, intercultural, and mass communication. This course satisfies the Socio-Cultural Analysis requirement in the core curriculum. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60468
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Maureen Ebben
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Maureen Ebben
[UMS06]

CMS 201 Introduction to Public Relations

This course examines the issues, tasks, and responsibilities of public relations practitioners in a variety of professional settings. Public relations encompass strategic communication processes aimed at building mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics. This course covers the theories and foundations of public relations and provides an overview of the principles, strategies, and practices of the profession. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61627
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christian A Vukasovich
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Christian A Vukasovich
[UMS06]

CMS 203 Introduction to Video Production

This course will examine the phases of video production associated with field and studio productions. Course content will also explore media aesthetics. Students must be concurrently enrolled in CMS 204. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60170
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): David P Pierson
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Corequisite: CMS 204
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 David P Pierson
[UMS06]

CMS 204 Introduction to Video Production Lab

Various production exercises and assignments to illustrate the principles and theories presented in CMS 203. Students must be concurrently enrolled in CMS 203. Cr 1.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60171
Credits: 1
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Nathaniel E Ives
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Corequisite: CMS 203
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Nathaniel E Ives
[UMS06]

CMS 205 Topics in Media Writing I

A selection of courses varying in content from term to term. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Students should consult their media studies advisor for detailed descriptions. Prerequisites: College Writing. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Writing the Personal Essay

Class Number: 61628
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dennis C Gilbert
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: College Writing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Dennis C Gilbert
[UMS06]

CMS 235 Communicating Security

This course focuses on communicating security in a digital context. While online security is seen as technical (computer code and algorithms), such an understanding is an oversimplification. Rather, security is a social process of communication. Students explore communication in the digital context and gain skills for digital security. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60280
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Maureen Ebben
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Maureen Ebben
[UMS06]

CMS 272 Persuasion

A course designed to help students understand the basic principles of persuasion. The course deals with persuasion as a social phenomenon. The perspective from which the course is offered is the analysis of persuasion as a behavioral process. As such, the course will investigate the social science research that relates to persuasion. Students will examine the attempts made by others to persuade them, as well as the attempts they make to persuade others. Further, the course will deal with the issue of ethics in persuasion. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60013
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel A Panici
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Daniel A Panici
[UMS06]

CMS 274 Writing for the Media

This writing-intensive course is designed to provide students with an overview of media writing. Students will be introduced to radio and television commercial writing, broadcast journalism, and fiction and non-fiction scriptwriting. Prerequisites: College Writing. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60135
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel A Panici
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: College Writing
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Daniel A Panici
[UMS06]

CMS 286 History of International Cinema to 1945

This course surveys the history of cinema from its emergence through World War II. It considers the development of Hollywood cinema in conversation with alternative approaches to filmmaking both within and outside the U.S. Paying close attention to film style, it also explores cinema's economic, social, and technological history. Prerequisites: College Writing. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60243
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dennis C Gilbert
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: College Writing
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Dennis C Gilbert
[UMS06]

CMS 294 Visual Communication

Our culture is arguably the most prolific visual culture in history. Visual messages bombard us from magazine and TV ads, paintings, music videos, concert shows, shopping mall displays, social media, informational graphics, images on T-shirts, web pages, and profoundly moving images in photojournalism. Visual Communication will introduce you to the principles of visual literacy to help you navigate this flood by learning to read visual messages as you do verbal ones. Prerequisites: CMS 102 or CMS 103 or by permission of instructor. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60408
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christian A Vukasovich
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CMS 102 or CMS 103
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Christian A Vukasovich
[UMS06]

CMS 298 Topics in Communication I

A selection of courses varying in content from term to term. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Students should consult MaineStreet for a listing of current topics courses and the CMS homepage for detailed course descriptions. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Belief and Communication

Class Number: 61644
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Leonard J Shedletsky
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If our beliefs influence the meaning we attribute to our moment-to-moment perceptions, then it would follow that our communication lives are tied to our beliefs; further, that much of communication occurs at the unconscious level of cognition. It seems apparent that our beliefs are critical to determining who we are, how we live our lives, how we parent, vote, treat others, how we understand things, even ourselves. Carol Dweck (2016) writes that "beliefs are the key to happiness (and to misery)." She reports that psychiatrist Aaron Beck, who was responsible for developing cognitive therapy and cognitive behavior therapy, came to the conclusion that his client's problems. were due to their beliefs. Dweck wrote, "Just before they felt a wave of anxiety or depression, something quickly flashed through their minds. It could be: Dr. Beck thinks I'm incompetent." Or "This therapy will never work. I'll never feel better" (p. 224). In other words, beliefs caused bad feelings in their lives. Prerequisites:
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Leonard J Shedletsky
[UMS06]

CMS 380 Film Genres & Auteurs

This course will explore genres and auteurs found in film history. The genre for any given semester could be taken from such established ones as science fiction, horror, musicals, or film noir. Film auteurs may include Ford, Hitchcock, Kurosawa, or others. This course may be cross-listed with CMS 485 Senior Seminar in Media Studies. Prerequisites: College Writing. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Horror

Class Number: 61629
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): David P Pierson
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: College Writing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 David P Pierson
[UMS06]

CMS 393 Internships in Communication & Media Studies

This course offers students the opportunity to develop expertise in their discipline by working with professionals in the field. Typically, the intern will work closely with a mentor in a sponsoring organization to gain practical skills and to develop strategies for transitioning from college to professional placement. An application process is required. Prerequisites: communication or media studies major, junior or senior standing or by permission. Cr. Variable (1-6 per internship; 15 total).
Section(s):

Class Number: 60172
Credits: 1 - 6
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dennis C Gilbert
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: COM or MES major and Jr standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Dennis C Gilbert
[UMS06]

CON 252 Human Nutrition

This course examines the basic concepts of human nutrition and their application to the needs of human beings throughout the life cycle. Discussion of factors affecting food practices and attitudes is included. Prerequisites: BIO 113 or SCI 172. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60173
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 113 or SCI 172
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 7/26/2024 Meredith B Wood-Masteka

Class Number: 60174
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIO 113 or SCI 172
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 7/26/2024 Jennifer Elizabeth Bryant
[UMS06]

COS 160 Structured Problem Solving: Java

An introduction to the use of digital computers for problem solving, employing the Java programming language as a vehicle. Content includes elementary control structures and data representation methods provided by Java and the object-oriented programming methodology. Course requirements include a substantial number of programming projects. This course must be taken concurrently with COS 170. Prerequisite: grade of C or better in MAT 108 or appropriate placement score. Offered fall and spring. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61577
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Yuqi Song
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: grade of C or better in MAT 108 or appropriate placement score
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Yuqi Song
[UMS06]

COS 161 Algorithms in Programming

The development of algorithms and their implementations in a higher-level programming language, with emphasis on proper design principles and advanced programming concepts. Introduction to the performance analysis of algorithms. Course requirements include a substantial number of programming projects. Prerequisites: grade of C or better in COS 160 or permission of instructor. Offered fall and spring Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61578
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Xin XZ Zhang
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C or higher in COS 160
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Xin XZ Zhang
[UMS06]

COS 170 Structured Programming Laboratory

Computational experiments will be designed to teach students how to construct reliable software using Java. Topics to be covered include: Windows system, conditional program flow, iteration, procedures and functions, and symbolic debugging. This course must be taken concurrently with COS 160. Offered fall and spring. Cr 1.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61579
Credits: 1
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Yuqi Song
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Corequisite: COS 160
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Yuqi Song
[UMS06]

CRM 100 Introduction to Criminology

This course focuses on the nature of crime and problems concerning its measurement and distribution. The course examines some of the popular images of crime in the media and elsewhere, the creation and utility of official and unofficial crime statistics, and theories about the causes of crime. No prerequisites. A grade of C or better is required in this course in order to continue in the major. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60014
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dusan I Bjelic
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Dusan I Bjelic
[UMS06]

CRM 320 Film and Social Order

The intent of this course is to engage in a cross-cultural study of the relationship of film to social order and crime. Films construct images about social reality. The ways in which these images present and interpret this relationship will be examined from various analytical standpoints, including ethno-methodology, semiology, and post-modernism. Prerequisite: CRM 100 or permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60144
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dusan I Bjelic
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite - CRM 100 with a minimum grade of C or better, or permission
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Dusan I Bjelic
[UMS06]

CYB 591 Capstone Proposal

This course is the foundation to the capstone option of the cybersecurity masters' program. Students will complete a project on a topic from their chosen cybersecurity career field. A full-time faculty in cybersecurity is assigned as a mentor. At the end of the course, the student presents the project proposal to the Master's in Cybersecurity Thesis and Capstone Committee. Prerequisite: CYB 515. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61593
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Cassandra A Dove
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CYB 515 Research Method
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Cassandra A Dove
[UMS06]

CYB 592 Capstone Presentation

This course is the final step to the capstone option of the cybersecurity masters' program. Students will complete the approved project from CYB 591. A cybersecurity full-time faculty is assigned as a mentor. At the end of the course, the student presents the final project to the cybersecurity faculty and the Master's in Cybersecurity Thesis and Capstone Committee. Prerequisite: CYB 591 or permission of instructor. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61594
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Cassandra A Dove
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CYB 591 or permission of instructor
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Cassandra A Dove
[UMS06]

CYB 698 Thesis Research

This course is a two-semester requirement. The course involves thesis research and preparation. It may be repeated for credit, but no more than six credits will apply to the degree. Enrollment is required each term in which the thesis is in progress. This option provides structure and assistance to students wishing to complete a formal thesis rather than a research project. Upon completion, the student will present a verbal summary of the thesis at a formal thesis defense meeting. This option may be especially attractive for those students contemplating doctoral work. Prerequisites: CYB 515, more than 15 credits in CYB courses, and instructor approval. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61595
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Cassandra A Dove
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Cassandra A Dove
[UMS06]

DAN 266 The Art of Dance

Through readings, writings, and creative projects we'll investigate how dance intersects with other art forms, viewing and analyzing the work of important artists in the fields of ballet, modern, musical theatre, social dance, and visual art. Discover how dance as an art form influences culture. No dance experience required. Prerequisites: College Writing. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60328
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Maria A Tzianabos
Enrollment: 0 of 18 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: WRI 1/College Writing: ENG 100, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100 with a grade of C- or better.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Maria A Tzianabos
[UMS06]

ECO 101 Introduction to Macroeconomics

Economics is a social science that explores human behavior and social systems. Macroeconomics studies some of society¿s biggest issues by examining how the economy as a whole operates. How can we improve the standard of living in our country and around the world? Why aren¿t there always enough jobs to employ everyone who is willing and able to work? How can the government implement economic policy to limit unemployment, curtail inflation, and generally improve lives?These are some of the important questions that this course will address. Students will learn monetary and fiscal policy,international trade and globalization, the business cycle,competing theories of the government¿s role in the economy,poverty, and inequality. Students will explore a variety of perspectives by examining theoretical concepts, modeling economic relationships, and discussing real-world issues. Prerequisite: none. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60015
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Paul Cote
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Michael Paul Cote

Class Number: 60460
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Paul Cote
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Michael Paul Cote
[UMS06]

ECO 102 Introduction to Microeconomics

Economics is a social science that explores human behavior and social systems. Microeconomics studies how people make decisions in response to their incentives, along with the outcomes that result from individuals¿ choices and the economic forces and institutions that influence them. It provides a framework for understanding how policy can change societal outcomes by altering incentives and therefore the choices that people make. Students will learn topics such as supply and demand, externalities, market power, consumer choice, firm behavior, inequality, the minimum wage, and other labor market issues. Students will explore a variety of perspectives by examining theoretical concepts, modeling economic relationships, and discussing real-world issues. Prerequisite: none. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60016
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Paul Cote
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Michael Paul Cote

Class Number: 60461
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Paul Cote
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Michael Paul Cote
[UMS06]

ECO 315 Economic Development

The theories and practices of interregional and international economic development. Special attention is given to developmental problems of emerging nations. Prerequisite: any 100-level ECO course.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60409
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jono A Anzalone
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Economic development explores the theories and practices of interregional and international economic development, focusing on development problems impacting emerging nations. Within the course, students examine the effects of economic growth, inequality, and poverty and question why some countries and regions achieve high levels of economic development and others do not. The course exposes students to policies governments can adopt to modify growth, both from a macroeconomic and microeconomic perspective. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level ECO course or instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Any 100 level ECO course
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jono A Anzalone
[UMS06]

EDU 225 Multicultural Child and Adolescent Development

This course introduces foundational child developmental theories that inform the field of education. Drawing on neuroscience, cognitive, biological, and social psychology, emphasis will be placed on how educators can support the growth and learning of school age populations through applying principles of child development within the teaching praxis. The influence of culture, beliefs, ideologies, values and environment on identity development will be considered. The educator's role as advocate, trauma-informed practices, socio-emotional learning, and multicultural child development frameworks will be discussed. The connection of interpersonal, family, school, community and society relations on patterns of development, teaching and learning will be explained. Cr. 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60402
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ian Parker Renga
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Ian Parker Renga
[UMS06]

EDU 310 Education, Schooling and Democracy

This course is designed around three essential questions: What are the historic and current purposes of education in the United States?; What is the relationship between school and society?; and Do schools function as a site of democracy? Through the examination of texts, videos and the use of discussion and simulation, students will study foundational theories of progressive education, and consider what it means to participate in an education system and schooling within a democracy. They will explore who within society historically has had educational access, who has access in the 21st century, and why this is the case. Through interrogation of resources, deliberative discussion, and focused, supported writing, students will explore issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in public schools. This course satisfies the USM Core requirements for a WRI 3 course. As such, students will develop and adapt their existing skills to meet the demands of collegiate study and of new writing situations and diverse audiences. Students will become rhetorically versatile and purposeful readers and writers, harnessing the power of language as a means to discover and cultivate ideas and to communicate clearly, productively, and ethically within academic, workplace, and civic communities. Prerequisites: ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: ENG 102 or equivalent (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60403
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ian Parker Renga
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: WRI 1 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: any approved WRI2 course (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Ian Parker Renga
[UMS06]

EDU 512 Teaching Literature in Grades Pre-K-12

In this course, educators will examine the role of literature in literacy learning. Emphasis will be on the promotion of wide reading in a variety of genres and attending to the appropriate selection of diverse literature to meet reading interests, needs, and abilities of students PreK-12. In addition to examining criteria for evaluating and selecting materials, participants will consider curriculum implications and learn creative strategies for teaching children¿s and adolescent literature and enhancing reading for all students. Participants will have the opportunity to develop projects and investigate areas of interest to fulfill their professional needs. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60401
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Peter J Lancia
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Peter J Lancia
[UMS06]

EDU 521 Digital Literacies and Education

This course introduces students to the theoretical and pedagogical foundations of digital literacies. Students gain hands-on experience evaluating and using digital tools and resources for professional development and instructional design with particular emphasis on what it means to read, write, view, listen, and communicate in a digital world. Additionally, this course examines issues related to the safe and effective use of 21st century technologies with diverse learners. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60418
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jennifer Lynne Felt Chafin
[UMS06]

EDU 558 Curriculum and Assessment for Multilingual Learners

This course focuses on developing English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) content-based curriculum and assessment to meet the diverse needs of multilingual learners (MLs) of all ages and proficiency levels, PreK-adult. Students will analyze potential curriculum and assessment materials and approaches, practice selecting and aligning relevant content and language learning standards with student assessment data, and plan appropriate lessons and units of instruction. Emphasis will be placed on applying their knowledge of second language acquisition, curriculum design, and assessment to support MLs¿ academic language and literacy development. Students will provide evidence that they can plan lessons that implement technology and assessment effectively to promote student learning. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60229
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christina Tideswell
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Christina Tideswell
[UMS06]

EDU 559 Methods for Teaching Reading and Writing to Multilingual Learners

This course examines multilingual literacy development in PK-12 and adult language learning contexts. In particular, it focuses on how to support the emergence of literacy in English as a second or additional language through foundational skills-based instruction and approaches that foreground reading and writing as a social practice. Emphasis is placed on designing and implementing literacy instruction and assessment that draws on multilingual learners¿ linguistic and cultural assets and that is responsive to their goals and needs as readers and writers with varying English proficiency levels. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60493
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christina Tideswell
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is reserved for students in the South Portland cohort. Department consent required. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Christina Tideswell
[UMS06]

EDU 560 Methods and Approaches in TESOL

This TESOL methodology course focuses on the methods and approaches in teaching PreK-Adult English language learners. Students will explore the history, culture, and communities of TESOL; learn a range of approaches to support multilingual learners across varied contexts and critically evaluate language teaching methods for their appropriateness across different learning contexts; and plan lessons and activities that support culturally and linguistically diverse learners. They will collaborate with colleagues to develop effective learner-centered instructional practices. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60494
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 561 English Linguistics for Educators

This is a practical course for the prospective or continuing ESL teacher which will examine the various linguistic elements of the English language and their relevance to the teaching process of English as a Second or Other Language. We will be focusing on analyzing the grammatical and phonological aspects of the English language as well as looking at morphology and lexis, semantics, and such social aspects of the language as register and speech variation. Primary emphasis will be placed on a better understanding of English through class discussion, presentations, and practical application for teaching in the ESL classroom. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60127
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): John Mark Oyerbides
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 John Mark Oyerbides
[UMS06]

EDU 562 Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in the Classroom

This course examines the nature of language and cultural differences among learners of various ethnic and racial backgrounds. The exploration of diversity provides opportunities for participants to develop a personal awareness of the role of cultural conditioning in classroom encounters; to reflect on and to confront personal biases as they relate to teaching; to acquire the skills and resources for an ethno-relative approach to delivering instruction; and to make language- and topic-related choices compatible with learner differences. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60420
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Alexander Lapidus
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Alexander Lapidus

Class Number: 60421
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Farrah Taylor Giroux
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Farrah Taylor Giroux
[UMS06]

EDU 563 ESL Testing and Assessment

This course covers assessment principles used to analyze and interpret multiple and varied assessments for preK-adult English Learners (ELLs), including classroom-based, standardized, and language proficiency assessments to prepare educators to advocate for equitable assessment for ELL students. Emphasis is on formative and standards-aligned assessment practices for academic purposes. Participants will develop assessment literacy in order to analyze and interpret data to make informed and equitable decisions to promote English language and academic learning. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60128
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Linda E Ward
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Linda E Ward
[UMS06]

EDU 600 Research Methods and Techniques

This course studies the concepts, principles, and techniques of educational research with an emphasis on scientific inquiry and problem solving, designed for both the producer and consumer of educational research. Individual critiques and research reviews are completed. Prerequisite: open to matriculated students only. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60067
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Libby Cohen
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Matriculated in the School of Education and Human Development.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Libby Cohen

Class Number: 60068
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah B Jessen
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Matriculated in the School of Education and Human Development.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah B Jessen

Class Number: 60069
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0003
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Kevin D Doran
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Matriculated in the School of Education and Human Development.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Kevin D Doran

Class Number: 60370
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0004
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Libby Cohen
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Matriculated in the School of Education and Human Development.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Libby Cohen
[UMS06]

EDU 603 Analysis of Teaching and Assessment

This course provides an opportunity to view teaching from the perspective of selected conceptual frameworks and research findings in the theory and practice of teaching and assessment. Analysis of individual teaching behavior and classroom assessment is an important aspect of this course. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60117
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 604 Curriculum Development

This course provides graduate students with an understanding of curriculum and curriculum development. Using a collaborative approach, teachers, administrators, and ideally their students plan the design of a curriculum consistent with personal ideals and a given context. Graduate students analyze the curriculum in terms of knowledge, skills, learning processes, equity, and affective dimensions. Special emphasis is given to the processes of curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. This course focuses on the theoretical foundations of learning and their practical applications for classroom teaching and for instructional leadership. Students will refine their skills of developing curriculum using backward design models and frameworks. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60070
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 605 Testing and Assessment

This course develops students' knowledge of testing and assessment and provides opportunities for students to apply that knowledge to instruction and curriculum issues. Students will review the critical roles of educational leaders in testing and assessment. Participants will examine concepts such as curriculum alignment, opportunity to learn, equity, fairness, and effectiveness and relate these concepts to classroom assessments, as well as to district, statewide, national, and international standardized assessments. Students will address issues such as validity, reliability, and standard setting in the context of diverse perspectives about the construction, production, and interpretation of knowledge. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60071
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 607 Teacher Research in Literacy and Language Development

The purpose of this course is to enable Literacy and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) professionals to develop their content knowledge in their disciplines through practitioner inquiry. Students will identify a literacy and language content topic of interest and pursue library and empirical research on this topic. Each student will generate a research question, collect and analyze sample data, summarize findings, and synthesize how their new knowledge for teaching the content area can be applied in their classroom. The class will function as a community of researchers. Emphasis will be placed on students developing an inquiry stance on teaching in their content area. Prerequisites: 15 credits in Literacy Education course or 15 credits in TESOL courses and open to matriculated students in the MSEd. in Literacy Education or TESOL, or program permission. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60422
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Catherine A Fallona
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: For literacy students: EDU 512, EDU 521, EDU 562, EDU 614, EDU 620, EDU 621, or EDU 626 to equal 15 credits. For TESOL students: EDU 558, EDU 559, EDU 560, EDU 561, EDU 562, or EDU 567 to equal 15 credits
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Catherine A Fallona
[UMS06]

EDU 620 Reading Development and Instruction

Becoming a reader is a developmental process, and literacy acquisition is continuous throughout a person's life. This course examines theoretical frameworks for literacy instruction based on this perspective. Current issues in the teaching of reading will be examined with an emphasis on applications for Pre-K-12, adult learners, English language learners, and learners with special needs. Effective instructional methods and authentic assessment tools will be modeled and practiced. Readings represent contemporary research and practice, and assignments are intended for purposeful application. Through class sessions, classroom practice, and professional reading, students will be expected to synthesize information, generate implications for literacy instruction, and apply their learning by assessing and creating an instructional plan for a learner. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60423
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Suzanne Stroble Kaback
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Suzanne Stroble Kaback
[UMS06]

EDU 623 TESOL Practicum

The practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is designed to accommodate students in the TESOL program who are ESL teachers, mainstream teachers working toward ESL endorsement by the state, international students, adult educators, and other students matriculated into the MSEd in TESOL program. Students acquire practical ESL/EFL teaching experience in the field while applying knowledge gained through coursework and research; a minimum of 20 hours of observation and practice teaching in an appropriate setting determined by the student and instructor are required. The 24 hours of program coursework must be completed prior to or concurrent with practicum. Prerequisite:matriculated into MSEd in TESOL; completion of 24 hours of program coursework, including EDU 558 , EDU 559, EDU 560, EDU 561, EDU 562, and/or EDU 567.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60254
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Kathleen Rose McGovern
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: TESOL major; and EDU 558, EDU 559, EDU 560, EDU 561, EDU 562, and/or EDU 567
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Kathleen Rose McGovern
[UMS06]

EDU 626 Writing Development & Instruction

This course emphasizes the advancement of writing through all the developmental stages in grades K-12. Writing growth and its relationship to reading and oral language development are examined. Current research and theory relating to the composition process is studied and implemented with students' writing. Students gain experience with the writing process through participation in writing sessions. This course is intended for practicing teachers and other educators who support students' writing development. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60424
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Paula Ann Boyce
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Paula Ann Boyce
[UMS06]

EDU 634 Seminar in Literacy Research

This course involves inquiry into all facets of literacy education, including historical and contemporary issues and trends in research, theory, and leadership. This course addresses issues, problems, and topics in literacy, through analysis and reflection of readings applied to current classroom practices. Students will synthesize their learning in literacy development, language acquisition, classroom practice, cultural diversity, and assessment to real-life situations. This seminar is open to matriculated students only; the seminar is a second-tier course and should be one of the final courses in the Literacy Education Master's sequence. Prerequisite: Matriculated students only, 24 credits, and program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61684
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 637 Contemporary Approaches to Literacy Leadership

This course will examine contemporary approaches to school-wide literacy and build capacity for teachers and school leaders to carry out the school's literacy mission. It will offer direction and support to those charged with organizing and delivering effective literacy instruction to K-12 students, as well as adult education students. Topics will include the roles of literacy specialists, literacy coaches, and literacy interventionists; methods for working with struggling readers and writers and their teachers; strategies for assessment and analysis of data; theories of adult learning and development; strategies for leading professional development, peer coaching, and collegial support; ways to involve families and the community in literacy; and the changing design of our schools to best meet the needs of all students through culturally responsive leadership. Practicing teachers, literacy interventionists and specialists, school leaders, and adult educators are encouraged to enroll. Cr. 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60428
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Melinda Butler
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Melinda Butler
[UMS06]

EDU 659 Special Education Law for School Leaders

This course acquaints prospective school leaders at the building and district level with the general principles of special education law as found in the interpretation of constitutional and statutory provisions by the higher courts. Laws governing pupils, teaching personnel, administrators and boards of education will be stressed.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60260
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA

Class Number: 61743
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0003
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael B Shaffer
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This class is for students in the Assistant Principal cohort and is online, asynchronous with one Zoom session for networking. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Michael B Shaffer
[UMS06]

EDU 667 Teacher Leadership Capstone

This course is designed for students who are completing the Teacher Leadership Program. It provides students with the opportunity to: (1) complete a capstone inquiry project in an area related to teaching and learning and that is of particular concern or interest, (2) to develop a final product that describes the topic of inquiry, methods, and findings or insights, and (3) to make public the process of inquiry and its results. The final product will take the form of an action research project. The course takes the form of a professional community where students and the instructor engage in collegial interaction, peer learning, and reciprocal feedback. Prerequisite: Completion of at least 24 of 30 credits towards the Ms. Ed in Teacher Leadership. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60231
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jeffrey S Beaudry
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: 24 earned credits in PED-MSED
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jeffrey S Beaudry
[UMS06]

EDU 671 Organizational Behavior

Organizational Behavior is the utilization of theory and methods of academic disciplines of understanding and influencing behavior of people in organizations. In general, this course will explore the interactions between individuals and the systems in which they live and work. Individual and group levels of analysis are included in covering such topics as diversity, communications, motivation, power, conflict, school culture, group development and performance, innovation, quality, individual effectiveness & development, leadership, and intergroup behavior. In addition to conceptual inputs, this course will utilize structured activities, simulations, case analysis and student presentations in order to: 1) provide opportunities to actually experience the behavioral dynamics being studied; and 2) to provide situations wherein students can assess the relevance of the dynamics being studied. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60072
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Andrew R Dolloff
Enrollment: 0 of 4 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Andrew R Dolloff
[UMS06]

EDU 677 Seminar in School Management

The course, through the use of case studies, simulations, readings, presentations and discussions will focus on students: (1) learning the nuts and bolts needed for daily school leadership; (2) examining current issues facing school administrators; (3) learning strategies for managing and understanding oneself within the administrator's role; (4) studying specific financial skills required of the school administrators; and (5) articulating positions on current educational practices. Prerequisites: Program Permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60073
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael B Shaffer
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Michael B Shaffer
[UMS06]

EDU 678 School Law

This course acquaints students with general principles of school law as found in the interpretation of constitutional and statutory provisions by the higher courts. Laws governing pupils, teaching personnel, and boards of education and special education will be stressed with particular emphasis on Maine school law. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61742
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah B Jessen
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This class is for students in the Assistant Principal cohort and is online, asynchronous with one Zoom session for networking. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Sarah B Jessen
[UMS06]

EDU 679 Evaluation and Supervision of Teaching

This course is focused on evaluating and supervising teaching performance. EDU 679 offers a framework of supervisory concepts and asks students to apply these concepts to the settings and clientele they would likely encounter from elementary through adult education. A major course goal is for students to acquire the knowledge and skills required for effective supervision and evaluation of teachers and other school personnel so that student achievement is enhanced. Students will conduct multiple clinical supervision sequences (e.g., mini-observations, walkthroughs, classroom observations, etc.) in an educational setting using various data-gathering tools and techniques, align these observations to various professional standards, and practice their feedback and questioning skills. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61673
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 7 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 680 Professional Learning in Schools

This course is designed for students in educational administration and teacher leadership. It examines the theory and practice of promoting professional learning in schools. Building on current research on adult development, professional learning communities, organizational capacity-building, and school improvement, students develop an understanding about professional learning and development, including purposes, models, theories, strategies, designs, and assessments. Students design and implement a final project, which demonstrates course learning in a school setting.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60075
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Anita Jean Stewart McCafferty
[UMS06]

EDU 683 School Finance

This course provides a working knowledge and understanding of Maine state law and of school system finances and the funding process. An historical perspective is explored as well as current issues and problems on a statewide and national level. Specific emphasis is given to revenue generation and distribution, state and federal influences, local tax issues, budget development, budget management, and budget administration and control. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61674
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Andrew R Dolloff
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Andrew R Dolloff
[UMS06]

EDU 685 Internship in School Administration (Principalship)

This three semester (9 credit hour) course serves as the capstone experience in the Educational Administration program for aspiring principals. The internship is designed to immerse the graduate student in the everyday tasks of the building administrator, providing an opportunity for the student to actually apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the Educational Leadership program. The early focus of the course is on the internship in a school setting designed jointly by the student, the internship faculty member, and a school-based principal. Throughout the remainder of the internship, students complete an ongoing journal, develop a leadership platform (portfolio), conduct an investigation on an aspect of financial management, and formulate a leadership project based on an issue of importance to the school. Each graduate student is required to produce a written report on the leadership project and to present it at the conclusion of the course. Taken at the conclusion of the EDL program. Prerequisite: Program permission. 9 credits (3 credits per semester or term) (allowed to repeat in a semester).
Section(s):

Class Number: 60318
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Reserved for students in their first term of internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60320
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is reserved for 2nd term internship students. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60319
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0003
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is reserved for third term internship students. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 686 Internship in Special Education Administration

This three semester (9 credit hour) course serves as the capstone experience in the Educational Administration program for aspiring special education directors. The internship is designed to immerse the graduate student in the everyday tasks of the special education director, providing an opportunity for the student to actually apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the Educational Leadership program. The early focus of the course is on the internship in a district setting designed jointly by the student, the internship faculty member, and a district special education director. Throughout the remainder of the internship, students complete an ongoing journal, develop a leadership platform (portfolio), conduct an investigation on an aspect of financial management, and formulate a leadership project based on an issue of importance in special education at the school or district level. Each graduate student is required to produce a written report on the leadership project and to present it at the conclusion of the course. Taken at the conclusion of the EDL program. Prerequisite: Program permission. Credit hours: 9 credits (3 credits per semester or term) (allowed to repeat within a semester).
Section(s):

Class Number: 60357
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section for students in their 1st term on internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60359
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is for students in their 2nd term on internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60358
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0003
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is for students in their 3rd term on internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

EDU 688 Internship in Curriculum Administration

This three semester (9 credit hour) course serves as the capstone experience in the Educational Administration program for aspiring curriculum coordinators. The internship is designed to immerse the graduate student in the everyday tasks of the curriculum coordinator, providing an opportunity for the student to actually apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the Educational Leadership program. The early focus of the course is on the internship in a district/central office setting designed jointly by the student, the internship faculty member, and a curriculum coordinator. Throughout the remainder of the internship, students complete an ongoing journal, develop a leadership platform (portfolio), conduct an investigation on an aspect of financial management, conduct a study of community demographics, and formulate a leadership project based on an issue of curriculum/instructional importance at the school or district level. Each graduate student is required to produce a written report on the leadership project and to present it at the conclusion of the course. Taken at the conclusion of the EDL program. Prerequisite: Program permission. Credit hours: 9 credits (3 credits per semester or term)(allowed to repeat within a semester).
Section(s):

Class Number: 60360
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is for students who are in their 1st term of internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60362
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is for students in their 2nd term of internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA

Class Number: 60361
Credits: 3
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0003
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 3 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This section is for students who are in their 3rd term of internship. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

ENG 100 College Writing

ENG 100 is the first course in a three-course writing sequence. Throughout the course, students learn several fundamental ideas about writing: that writing is a process; that writing always involves reading; that writing is situational and involves specific rhetorical elements (purpose, audience, text, genre, style, mode); that writing is recursive and therefore always in-process; and that writing requires metacognitive thinking. ENG 100 students engage in a series of essay assignments that reflect points of view, engage with readings, and focus on a central thesis or project. Through these writing practices, students develop a metalanguage to articulate their writing and rhetorical choices and to demonstrate an understanding of sentence structure and syntax as central to meaning. By the end of the course, students should be able to assess a writing situation and then successfully write for that situation. Every semester. Cr 3. The following courses are considered equivalents meeting the same outcomes as College Writing and will not be allowed for additional credit, but instead will follow the USM Repeat Policy and count as a repeat of the previous grade: ENG 100, ENG 101, ENG 104, ESL 100, HON 100, LCC 110, LCC 111, RSP 100 and RSP 104.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60018
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gerald N Peters
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Gerald N Peters

Class Number: 60381
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gerald N Peters
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Gerald N Peters
[UMS06]

ENG 102 Academic Writing

Building on the fundamentals learned in ENG 100 (the writing process, revision, and critical reading), ENG 102 focuses on argumentative and research-based writing. Students learn that academic work is a process of inquiry by engaging in academic modes of reading and writing (analysis, synthesis, critique, and argument) to address questions about critical issues. Students engage in independent research, learning how to make connections between sources and how to add to those connections by articulating their own perspectives and positions. Students develop a comprehensive information literacy that they can apply throughout their college career. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or equivalents. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60371
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jessica L Ouellette
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jessica L Ouellette

Class Number: 60379
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jessica L Ouellette
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jessica L Ouellette

Class Number: 60412
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0003
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jessica L Ouellette
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jessica L Ouellette
[UMS06]

ENG 140 Reading Literature

This course is an introduction to the premises and techniques of literary analysis. The course emphasizes the close reading of texts from different historical periods and introduces students to literary conventions and terminology as well as library and Internet resources available for research. In this course, students will learn to use concepts of the discipline and conventions of academic discourse with an emphasis on critical writing. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60252
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Carrie A Kancilia
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Carrie A Kancilia
[UMS06]

ENG 201 Creative Writing

This course is an introduction to the principles and practices of writing fiction and poetry; other genres may be added at the discretion of the instructor. Students will be exposed to a variety of writing modes through exercises and engagement with literary texts. Emphasis is on using imaginative and precise language, on developing critical skills through workshops, and on assembling a portfolio of revised student writing. Prerequisites: College writing or equivalent. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60019
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Kevin P Kelly
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Kevin P Kelly

Class Number: 60020
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laima Vince Sruoginis
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Laima Vince Sruoginis
[UMS06]

ENG 205 Sentence Style

This course develops students' knowledge of sentence parts, patterns, and effects. Through writing and revision, students will explore the relation between sound, structure, context, genre, and meaning. Course readings in rhetoric, linguistics, and poetics will provide terminology and conceptual background. Students will also seek out samples of literary, academic, and professional texts to identify the sentence conventions and patterns used in particular contexts. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; students admitted fall 2021 or later: ENG 102 or equivalent (may be concurrent); OR permission. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60265
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Carrie A Kancilia
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: WRI 1 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: any approved WRI2 course (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Carrie A Kancilia
[UMS06]

ENG 220 World Masterpieces I

This course is a study of the major works of Western and non-Western literature from the classical, medieval, and early modern eras. Readings may include The Epic of Gilgamesh, The Odyssey, The Canterbury Tales, and selections from the Bible and the Qur'an. Prerequisites: College Writing or equivalent. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61632
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): F Shelton Waldrep
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 F Shelton Waldrep
[UMS06]

ENG 245 Introduction to Literary Studies

This is a required course for all English majors. It may be taken concurrently with other 200-level courses in the Department, but is a prerequisite for all 300- and 400-level courses except those in creative writing. The course will have a double focus. Students will be introduced to a variety of methodologies important to an insightful analysis of literature and other cultural texts. They will also learn research procedures and techniques of effective critical writing. Prerequisites: ENG 100 or College Writing Equivalent; ENG 140. Every semester. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60021
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gerald N Peters
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ENG 100 or College Writing Equivalent and ENG 140.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Gerald N Peters
[UMS06]

ENG 321 Modernisms

This course will focus on some aspect or aspects of American, British, Continental, and international literary modernisms. Students should expect to explore writing from the first half of the twentieth century and to investigate issues of literary innovation, modernity and historical change, self-understandings as "modern," competing literary versions of modernism, and theoretical/historical versions of modernism. Variable cycle. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61633
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Carrie A Kancilia
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Carrie A Kancilia
[UMS06]

ENG 344 Sex/Gender and Sexuality

This course will investigate sex/gender and sexuality as analytic categories for understanding culture. Through a consideration of both history and theory, the course will explore different models for understanding sex/gender and sexuality, including their interaction with other categories of difference such as race and class. It will also explore the effect of these models on our understanding of literature, mass culture, theories of identity, and contemporary social life. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or College Writing Equivalent. Variable cycle. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Gender, Sexuality & Literature

Class Number: 60153
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jessica L Ouellette
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course will investigate sex/gender and sexuality as analytic categories for understanding culture. Through a consideration of both history and theory, the course will explore different models for understanding sex/gender and sexuality, including their interaction with other categories of difference such as race and class. It will also explore the effect of these models on our understanding of the literature, mass culture, theories of identity, and contemporary social life. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or College Writing Equivalent. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jessica L Ouellette
[UMS06]

ENG 380 Early Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture

This course examines the literature and culture of the United States to the Civil War. While particular writers, works, and theoretical emphases may vary with the instructor, the course will consider historical context and may include canonical and non-canonical texts in a variety of literary and cultural forms: long and short fiction, poetry and song, non-fiction essays, slave narratives, political pamphlets and journalism, and paintings. Possible topics include the growth of female authorship; social reform movements; and the formation and interpretation of the American literary canon. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or College Writing Equivalent. Variable cycle. Cr 3.
Section(s):

American Renaissance

Class Number: 60413
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jane E Kuenz
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Survey of the literature and culture of the United States from the late 1830s through the Civil War, including the rise of Transcendentalism as a cultural and philosophical movement; the subsequent conflict between the belief in self-reliant individualism and the need for responsibility to broader social goals; the "cult of domesticity"; and the increasing visibility of broad-scale political movements seeking to reform labor and industry, alter the condition of women, and eradicate southern slavery entirely. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ENG 100 or WRI 1/College Writing Equivalent.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jane E Kuenz
[UMS06]

FIN 201 Personal Finance

The primary emphasis is to teach students how to become more knowledgeable and independent over personal financial matters. Topics such as obtaining financial aid, managing student loans, career and education planning, budgeting, credit cards, stock market investing, real estate, behavioral finance, retirement planning, and insurance will be covered. Upon completing the course, students will be able to make better financial decisions using computer-based simulations and software that facilitate financial planning methods such as what-if analysis, sensitivity analysis, and scenario planning. Offered every semester. This course is open to all USM students. When taken by business or accounting majors, this course will give general elective credit. Do not take if previously completed BUS 201 Personal Finance as this is the same class. Repeat rules apply. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60330
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Derek T Tharp
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Derek T Tharp
[UMS06]

FIN 320 Basic Financial Management

This course is a balanced introduction to the theory and practice of financial management. It prepares students to make basic financial decisions and understand the decisions of others. Topics include time value of money, capital markets, risk and return, stock and bond valuation, capital budgeting, capital structure, and working capital management. Prerequisites: ACC 110 (C- or higher), ECO 101 or ECO 102, BUS 241 (C- or higher), and junior standing. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60187
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Bert J Smoluk
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: ACC 110 (C- or higher) & (ECO 101 or ECO 102 or EGN 304) & BUS 241 (C- or higher) & Jr Standing. Majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Bert J Smoluk
[UMS06]

FIN 330 International Financial Management

This course focuses upon financial management of the multinational corporation with assets domiciled abroad. The financial dimensions of multinationals require extensive knowledge of how to manage foreign exchange-denominated assets and liabilities and how to borrow money and issue stock in foreign countries. Thus, a basic overview of foreign exchange theory, balance of payments adjustment mechanisms, and international trade theory is provided. Other topics include: international import and export financing, international working capital management, multinational capital budgeting, and international cost of capital. Prerequisites: FIN 320 (C or higher) and junior standing. Limited offerings. Cr. 3. Majors in the fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher before taking any 300/400 Business course. See enrollment policy for eligibility or contact the School of Business.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60398
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jeffrey DiBartolomeo
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: FIN 320 (C or better), Junior Standing, and Business or Econ majors. School of Business majors in fall 2020 or later catalog are encouraged to complete the pre-bus core with a min. of a C- or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jeffrey DiBartolomeo
[UMS06]

GEY 100 Volcanoes, Earthquakes & Moving Plates

This course is an introduction to minerals, rocks, and the processes that have continually shaped the earth over hundreds of millions of years of geologic history. The course also explores how the movements of crustal plates generates earthquakes, volcanoes, continental rifting, sea floor spreading, subduction, and continental-scale mountain ranges. For core science course credit, registration in GEY 101 is required; concurrent registration is recommended. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60023
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Mark T Swanson
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Mark T Swanson
[UMS06]

GEY 101 Lab Experiences in Geology

This course has weekly lab sessions will focus on the basic skills of mineral identification, rock classification, and interpretation of topographic and geologic maps. Field trips to local geologic sites of interest will help illustrate rock types and geologic processes that shape our world. Traditional map, compass, and modern GPS techniques will be utilized. For core science course credit, registration in GEY 100 is required; concurrent registration is recommended. Cr 1.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60025
Credits: 1
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Mark T Swanson
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Mark T Swanson
[UMS06]

HCE 605 Psychological Measurement and Evaluation

This course focuses on group tests and related measurement techniques. The course content includes a review of the history of testing, current issues, fundamental statistics for understanding, evaluating, and using tests, including selected aptitude, intelligence, achievement, interest, and personality tests. A variety of standardized and non-standardized evaluation measures will be reviewed. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60154
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel W. Wong
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel W. Wong
[UMS06]

HCE 612 Multicultural Counseling: Social & Cultural Foundations of Helping Diverse Families

This course focuses on developing multicultural awareness, understanding influences of culture and worldviews across the life cycle, examining issues of diversity, i.e., race, ethnicity, gender, age and disability in human interactions and recognizing attitudes and perceptions of diverse populations. The effects of developmental, bio-psychosocial changes including disability on individuals and their families within a cultural context are explored. The course examines worldviews, values and beliefs about diverse groups reflecting differences in race, ethnicity, gender, age and disability and family dynamics within a pluralistic society. Students will develop multicultural awareness of counseling competencies relative to diversity including disability, within rehabilitation and counseling practice. The course also introduces cultural foundations of human growth and development, and effects of cultural values and traditions across the lifespan. Implications for counseling the culturally different introduces a framework to guide rehabilitation and counseling professionals in serving diverse populations and their families, inclusive of differences in race, ethnicity, gender, age and disability. A field experience of 15-20 hours with an associated report is required. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60396
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Lucy LW Wong
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
TuesdayThursday 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Lucy LW Wong
[UMS06]

HCE 615 Vocational Counseling and Placement in Rehabilitation

This course encompasses the theoretical foundations of vocational counseling, the vocational implications of disability, the application of occupational and labor market data, and vocational choice with rehabilitation consumers. The use of job selection, analysis, and modification, and matching skills in the development of work and career options for persons with disabilities is included. The course also presents the role, functions, and strategies used by rehabilitation professionals in job placement and the supported employment of persons with severe disabilities. Accommodation of rehabilitation consumers in accordance with federal statutes, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), is examined in the context of a multicultural society. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60344
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jewel L Jones
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jewel L Jones
[UMS06]

HCE 619 Recovery-Oriented Origins of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practice

This course covers the historical, scientific, professional, and societal beliefs that have surrounded diagnostic psychiatry and the concepts of recovery from mental illness. Particular emphasis is given to recovery-oriented standards of care, ex-patients movement, legal rights and protections, medications, alternative treatments, trauma, and ethical issues in service delivery. Students will also explore their own values and motives for entering the field and examine the strengths and liabilities they may bring to their work. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60368
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Karen E Barrett
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Karen E Barrett
[UMS06]

HCE 621 Fundamentals of Counseling Skills

This course emphasizes the development of fundamental counseling skills, such as attending behavior, listening, reflection of feeling, paraphrasing, and questioning. The course examines the process and content of the counseling interview as well as verbal and nonverbal factors that influence the interactions within the counseling relationship. The primary focus is to help the student develop greater self-knowledge and skills in interpersonal communication within the counseling relationship. Prerequisite: Open only to matriculated graduate students; HCE 500 (for school counseling and mental health counseling concentrations, HCE 510 (for rehabilitation counseling concentration), and HCE 620 or instructor permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61745
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0002
Dates: 6/12/2024 - 6/27/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Annette F Nelligan
Enrollment: 0 of 4 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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This section is only open to Clinical Rehabilitation Students Prerequisites: Prerequisite: HCE 500 or HCE 510; and HCE 620; and matriculated graduate student.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
WednesdayThursday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Online Live 6/12/2024 - 6/27/2024 Annette F Nelligan
[UMS06]

HCE 626 Group Process and Procedures

This course focuses on basic principles of group development and on dynamics of group interaction. The improvement of facilitative skills is emphasized. Open to matriculated graduate students only. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61755
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0002
Dates: 6/12/2024 - 6/27/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Annette F Nelligan
Enrollment: 0 of 12 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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This section is only open to Clinical Rehabilitation Students Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Open to matriculated graduate students in the counselor education program, or by permission of instructor
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
WednesdayThursday 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM Online Live 6/12/2024 - 6/27/2024 Annette F Nelligan
[UMS06]

HCE 640 Professional Issues in Mental Health Counseling

Mental health clinics, hospitals, substance use intervention facilities, and social service agencies are among the various organizations involved in helping people through mental health counseling. This course examines the mental health needs of people in rural and urban communities and the views of mental health counseling held by those organizations who serve these people. Students will examine problems that organizations encounter in helping people and the consequences of services that interfere with helping. Attention is given to inter-professional and inter-organizational approaches to improving the quality of mental health counseling. Mental health counselor roles, functions, professional associations, credentialing, and ethical standards will also be examined. A special emphasis of the course is to examine mental health counseling from a historical, ethical, legal, philosophical, and developmental perspective. Prerequisites: HCE 621. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60397
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jordan Gregory Shaw
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: HCE 621 or instructor permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jordan Gregory Shaw
[UMS06]

HCE 642 Perspectives in Substance Misuse and Addictions

This course will focus on the overall dynamics of substance misuse, as well as serve as an introduction to understanding the various stages, processes and effects of such addictions. Specific topics will include environmental, socioeconomic and psychological dynamics of substance misuse involving individuals, family systems, peers and community members. The roles which professional educators, social service personnel, and other counseling professionals play in ongoing education, prevention strategies, early intervention, and the various approaches to recovery, wellness, and aftercare will be explored in depth. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60345
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Diane J Geyer
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Diane J Geyer

Class Number: 60492
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Diane J Geyer
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Diane J Geyer
[UMS06]

HCE 686 Internship in Counselor Education

This course is an advanced field experience for students in Counselor Education. The purpose is to offer supervised opportunities to apply classroom knowledge, skills, and experiences in actual professional situations and settings. Students are required to complete 100 internship hours per credit (40% direct services), participate in weekly on-site supervision, and attend on-campus group seminars of 2.5 hours, present and analyze their internship experiences, and record and evaluate their activities, learning, and performance. Prerequisite: HCE 690 and 691, matriculated students only. Cr 1-12.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60078
Credits: 1 - 12
Class Component: Clinical
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Lisa M Lavoie
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: HCE 690 and HCE 691, matriculated students only
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Lisa M Lavoie
[UMS06]

HIH 203 Mind Body Stress Reduction

Mindfulness is about paying attention without judgment to what is being presented to us in our lives. The core of this course will be mindfulness and meditation practices taught by a myriad of practitioners including renowned pioneers in the field Jon Kabat Zinn and Dr. Herbert Benson. Students will study the results of research that show benefits of practicing Mindfulness. Students will learn a variety of techniques increasing awareness around the stress response, relaxation response leading to the cultivation of a meaningful mindfulness meditation practice. After learning these practices, students will explore ways to integrate mindfulness into work, family, health, and relationships, particularly into teaching, nursing, social work, and counseling health professions building resilience and eliciting the relaxation response. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60249
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Chris Michelle Barcelou-Raymond

Class Number: 60430
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Chris Michelle Barcelou-Raymond
[UMS06]

HIH 270 Holistic Approaches to Reproductive Health

This course will enable the student to look critically at reproductive health options through the lifespan. Through readings, podcasts, PowerPoint presentations, and online discussions, we will weigh evidence related to alternative, complementary, and natural approaches to managing reproductive health issues. The course will follow a life span, growth, and development approach. Course topics will include natural family planning methods, holistic contraception, infertility and pregnancy issues, holistic birth support skills, and holistic care of the newborn after birth. In addition, adult reproductive issues will be covered including menopause, erectile dysfunction, and sexuality in aging. The student will participate online via the discussion board, online quizzes, short essays, and complete an assignment to create a holistic teaching page related to a reproductive health topic. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60225
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Allison S Gray
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Allison S Gray
[UMS06]

HIH 280 Holistic Health I

This course explores the realm of holistic health, emphasizing the integration of body, mind, and spirit. Specific techniques and therapies will be introduced including, but not limited to, nutrition, stress management, meditation, therapeutic movement and massage, music, and others. The primary goal is to bring greater self-confidence, increased knowledge, and self-responsibility about health into each student's life. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60162
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Allison S Gray
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Allison S Gray
[UMS06]

HON 215 Academic Writing: Thinking and Writing in Honors

Students will attain critical reading, writing, revision, and presentation skills and be introduced to the interdisciplinary nature of knowledge creation and production. Students will use a variety of research methods to craft independent projects. They will attain an understanding of different disciplinary conventions, audiences, and rhetorical modes. By the end of the semester, students will be able to conduct independent academic research, critically review literature, and understand the practices and conventions of research-based writing. In short, this course offers an extended exploration of how we learn and communicate what we need to know and share that learning in a variety of venues. Our hope is that students in this course will develop a supportive group of intellectual peers and a deeper understanding of how knowledge is created and disseminated, both inside and outside of the academy. Prerequisites: Honors Minor. This course fulfills the core requirement WRI 2. Cr. 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60367
Credits: 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel A Panici
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Honors Minor or permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Daniel A Panici
[UMS06]

HON 315 Advanced Writing in Honors

In this writing intensive course, students continue to explore why and how we write. Students will have several opportunities to practice both discipline-specific and interdisciplinary writing. They will expand their thinking about the interdisciplinary nature of knowledge creation and dissemination. Writing projects will provide opportunities to synthesize their learnings in a series of writing assignments and projects from a variety of rhetorical situations. This course offers both a learning and a writing community: we will develop cohorts of intellectual peers to support our writing. Prerequisite: prior or concurrent registration in HON 215, and Honors Minor; ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; OR permission. This course fulfills the core requirement WRI 3. Cr. 3
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Essay as Collage

Class Number: 60372
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Bernadette Esposito
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Description: Do you remember scavenging, collecting, or stumbling upon photographs, drawings, images in old books and newspapers, bits and pieces of text gathered from documents, journal entries, and newspaper headlines? Do you remember arranging your findings as collages, assemblages, or mosaics in ways that another form could not accomplish: selves, lives, memories, ideas displayed in fragments made evocative and meaningful by their juxtapositions? In the collage essay, juxtaposition becomes an essential craft element, where transitions occur through the thoughtful placement of images, stories, phrases, and found elements. How does one word, image, idea, or story lead to the next? How can fragmentation and juxtaposition serve a narrative? How can a mosaic represent a situation, a circumstance, or the self in a way other forms cannot accomplish? And, how in aggregate and arrangement do these sustain tension and build into fully realized essays?

If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: prior or concurrent registration in HON 215, Honors Minor; ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; OR permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Bernadette Esposito
[UMS06]

HRD 200 Multicultural Human Development

This course introduces developmental theory and research which encompasses the entire life span. Emphasis will be on prenatal development through adolescence, with an overview of adult development. A multi-disciplinary view of human development will be taken which considers stability as well as change throughout the life cycle. The interaction of hereditary and environmental factors will be considered in studying physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60027
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Julie A Zink
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Julie A Zink
[UMS06]

HRD 550 Using Technology in Adult Learning

This course combines readings about using technology in adult learning with hands-on practice with current technologies that may be used in teaching, advising, and managing programs for adult learners. While emphasis will be primarily on the online environment, issues related to technology in blended and face-to-face environments will also be treated. Hands-on experiences with selected learning platforms will be emphasized. Broader implications for technology-based learning such as academic integrity, accessibility, and assessment will be explored. 3 cr.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60129
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Paul D Dexter
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Paul D Dexter
[UMS06]

HRD 554 Foundations of Academic Advising

This course examines the foundations of academic advising in higher education. Issues such as developmental advising, practice and delivery models, working with diverse populations, current research, ethics, and assessment practices are explored. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60130
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Mary Higgins
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Elizabeth Mary Higgins
[UMS06]

HTY 101 Origins of Mediterranean Civilizations to 750 CE

This course explores the necessary components required for creating human civilizations around the Mediterranean Sea from the Paleolithic to 750 CE. Topics considered include constructed realities, religion, gender systems, human violence, political models, and more. Cr 3. Every Fall & Spring semester.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60415
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Seth Rogoff
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Seth Rogoff
[UMS06]

HTY 131 United States History to 1877

A basic survey and introduction to the field of United States history, covering the political, social, and economic development of the United States through Reconstruction. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61630
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ashley Towle
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Ashley Towle
[UMS06]

HTY 346 The Civil Rights Movement

This course examines the creation of legalized discrimination in the United States and the process used by selected individuals and organizations to dismantle segregation. By illuminating the fight for social justice, economic opportunities, and educational advances, the course analyzes how the dynamics of the Civil Rights Movement changed the face of America. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60266
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Leroy Rowe
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Leroy Rowe
[UMS06]

HTY 394 Selected Topics in History

An analysis of a selected historical problem not already covered by regular course offerings in history will be offered. The course may be repeated for credit when different topics are offered. Cr 3.
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Struggles for Justice: Tracing

Class Number: 60029
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Amy Marie Smith
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Topic: Struggles for Justice: Tracing Black-Palestinian Solidarity Prerequisites:
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Amy Marie Smith

History of Modern Sport

Class Number: 61631
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Seth Rogoff
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Topic: History of Modern Sport Prerequisites:
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n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Seth Rogoff
[UMS06]

ITP 210 Technical Writing

A basic technical writing course that strengthens critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills. Study includes document purpose, situation analysis, style, format and production of reports, proposals, instructions, procedures, technical descriptions, forms, letters, memos, and visual aids, as well as digital and virtual communication. Prerequisites: ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: ENG 102 or equivalent (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR permission. Offered fall, spring, and summer. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60032
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Cassandra A Dove
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission.

Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: WRI 1 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: any approved WRI2 course (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Cassandra A Dove
[UMS06]

ITP 230 Project Management

This course will present a structured analysis of planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and monitoring resources related to project management by completing a set of well-defined tasks. Within this course, significant effort will be devoted to understanding the international, social, political, economic, environmental and cultural issues in context of the interrelationships, responsibilities, and demands of project management between technologies, resources, project scope, and budget that impact project success in a global, international environment. Case studies will be used throughout the course to broaden the perspective and understanding of the participant's knowledge and application of project management's best practices, and their ability to create and evaluate projects and project performance in an international, global economy. The introduction of computer-based tools in the management of projects will also be covered. Fulfills the International core requirement. Offered fall, spring, and summer. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60175
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Norman R Pineau
Enrollment: 0 of 28 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Norman R Pineau
[UMS06]

LIN 185 Language, Mind, and Society: An Introduction to Linguistics

This course approaches language as a biological and psychological phenomenon central to an adequate understanding of human nature. It provides an overview of phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. It deals with linguistic questions concerning language variation, as well as questions about how the human mind and brain both provide for and constrain linguistic ability. The course also addresses questions about how language develops in children, how it deteriorates under the influence of disease and injury, how it evolved in the history of the species, and how it fundamentally shapes modern life. The course does not assume any background in linguistics or language study. Linguistics majors may repeat this course at most one time. In order for this course to satisfy the Science Exploration requirement, students must also take the corresponding laboratory course, LIN 186. Offered fall, spring, and summer. Cr 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60033
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jeanne Elizabeth Heil
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jeanne Elizabeth Heil
[UMS06]

LIN 186 Introduction to Linguistics: Lab

Laboratory studies to complement and illustrate the concepts presented in LIN 185. Prerequisite: Prior or concurrent registration in LIN 185. Offered fall, spring, and summer. Cr 1.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60275
Credits: 1
Class Component: Laboratory
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Dana McDaniel
Enrollment: 0 of 22 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Pre- or co-requisite: LIN 185
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Dana McDaniel
[UMS06]

LOS 120 Statistics for Informed Decision Making

In this course, students are introduced to tools of quantitative analyses that may be used to address world questions: descriptive statistics, sampling and significance testing, correlation, and regression. Students in this course will have opportunities to use these tools in decision-making processes and increase their understanding of data misconceptions and misuses. Prerequisite: Grade of C- or higher in any MAT 100+ course, or appropriate placement test score. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60217
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Valarie Maguire
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Grade of C- or higher in any MAT 100+ course, or appropriate placement test score.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Valarie Maguire
[UMS06]

LOS 316 Diversity in Organizations

Students in this course will develop an understanding of the benefits and challenges of diversity in organizations. The course takes a historical, socio-economic, and psychological approach to the challenges of diverse and marginalized populations in the U.S. Students learn how the workplace may affect diverse peoples and how others can learn to make the workplace more hospitable. A primary focus of this course is on examining beliefs, behaviors, or unconscious attitudes that perpetuate the oppression and subordination of diverse members of society in the workplace, while also looking at how increased diversity is adding to workplace productivity, creativity, and learning. Readings are drawn from the social sciences and humanities to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the topic. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60149
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

LOS 336 Dealing with Difficult People and Behaviors

Students in this course will consider different scenarios of interacting with individuals who may be characterized as difficult. These individuals may be people we work with, sell to, depend on, and live with. There are intimidators, manipulators, analyzers, know-it-alls, overly friendly, accommodators, chronic complainers, and whiners. The actions of these individuals may consume time, energy, and emotion at the expense of productivity and morale. This course provides fresh insights and immediately usable skills needed to quickly, confidently, and assertively identify and deal with various types of people, difficult or not, in a variety of contexts while maintaining our own self-confidence. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60347
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Ibukun Damilola Alegbeleye
[UMS06]

LOS 350 Leadership

This foundational course provides learners with a review of major leadership concepts and theories. It incorporates scholarship, theory to practice, critical perspectives, skill-building, and direct application to real-world scenarios. Major topics include power and influence, ethics, decision making, and leader traits, skills, behaviors, and characteristics. An experiential design enables students to critically reflect on personal leadership styles and examine approaches to leading others in diverse organizational settings. LOS majors must complete this course with a grade of B- or better as a condition of their degree. Prerequisite: completion of ENG 100, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100 with a grade of C- or better is required for LOS majors and preferred for all other students. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60150
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: WRI 1/College Writing: ENG 100, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100 with a grade of C- or better.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

LOS 399 Special Topics

The scope of topics vary and may include current special issues related to leadership and organizations. Cr 3
Section(s):

Ldshp and the 2024 Elections

Class Number: 61689
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Topic: Leadership and the 2024 Elections

In this special topics course, students will explore the 2024 election cycle in the U.S. through the lens of leadership, analyzing the leadership traits, behaviors, and styles of candidates as well as the rhetoric of their campaigns and platforms. The elections covered will include local, regional, and national political races. Concepts in the course will include a synthesis of leadership and organizational theory and political science and will utilize news and digital media, the USM Osher Map Library Special Collections, current literature and research, and interactive dialogue and debate among students as primary learning activities. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

LOS 440 Leading Organizational Change

Organizations face a challenging, fast-paced, and global environment in which leading and managing change is necessary for survival. An organizational systems framework is used for implementing change processes using case studies, consulting simulations, and discussions to analyze an organization's emergent change processes. This course focuses on the major challenges and leadership orientations associated with initiating and implementing change. Students investigate theories, concepts, research, and their applications to better understand why and how organizations change. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60157
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Ibukun Damilola Alegbeleye
[UMS06]

LOS 551 Diplomacy in a Modern World: The Craft of Global Leadership

This course offers an overview of the political, social, business, and technological challenges of the global environment. Students gain an understanding of different perspectives of critical global issues (peace, poverty, energy, water, environment) and examine the ways of sovereign states and non-traditional "actors" assert their specific geopolitical interests. Critical attributes and functions of global leaders serving as ambassadors for their states/organizations/causes/brands are discussed, along with the role of international organizations (International Financial Institutions, etc.) in facilitating multi-state collaboration on development assistance and social progress. Students explore the origins of the craft of diplomacy and its modern state (regional diplomacy, trade diplomacy, e-diplomacy) and learn the foundations of diplomatic protocol and how cross-cultural competency contributes to the success of global leaders. Through readings, discussion forums, and case study analyses students will enhance their critical thinking skills and gain an understanding of key skills and best practices of effective global leaders. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60348
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth Andreyevna Goryunova
[UMS06]

LOS 599 Topics

The scope of topics vary and may include current special issues related to leadership and organizations. Cr 3
Section(s):

Ldshp and the 2024 Elections

Class Number: 60237
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
More Information
Topic: Leadership and the 2024 Elections

In this special topics course, students will explore the 2024 election cycle in the U.S. through the lens of leadership, analyzing the leadership traits, behaviors, and styles of candidates as well as the rhetoric of their campaigns and platforms. The elections covered will include local, regional, and national political races. Concepts in the course will include a synthesis of leadership and organizational theory and political science and will utilize news and digital media, the USM Osher Map Library Special Collections, current literature and research, and interactive dialogue and debate among students as primary learning activities. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

LOS 610 Methods of Inquiry

This course focuses on the concepts, principles, and methods that may be used in research for leadership and organizational studies. Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research designs used in organizational planning and decision-making and in the social and behavioral sciences will be considered. Students will apply the concepts learned in this course to design the proposal for their MLS capstone/thesis. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60425
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth Andreyevna Goryunova
[UMS06]

LOS 661 Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions of Leadership

What are the roles of ethics and spirituality in leadership? Where does ethics end and spirituality begin? Students in this course will approach the study of leadership from the perspectives of meaning, values, and human connectedness. The hunger to understand our lives, be part of a larger whole, be complete, and serve are examined as they relate to the leadership process. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60349
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Zachary C Wooten
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Zachary C Wooten
[UMS06]

LOS 665 Organizational Consulting: A Perspective on Leadership

In this course students learn what consultants do and how they do it effectively, including work in a local organization with a client leader who has a need. Topics include self-assessment, phases of consulting, system frameworks, intervention strategies, and ethical standards and practices. Cr 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60222
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Robert Yawson
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Robert Yawson
[UMS06]

LOS 699 Special Topics

The scope of topics vary and may include current special issues related to leadership and organizations. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Quantitative Reasoning

Class Number: 60197
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Paul G Caron
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This online course is intended to provide graduate students with an introduction to statistics. The emphasis in this course is understanding statistical concepts and applying and interpreting tests of statistical inference. Content will include but not be limited to: data and data files, data screening, scaling, visual representations of data, descriptive statistics, correlation and simple regression, sampling distributions, and the assumptions associated with and the application of selected inferential statistical procedures (including t-tests, chi-square, and one-way ANOVA). Computer software (SPSS) will be employed to assist in the analysis of data for this course. Students need to purchase the SPSS package. The course culminates with a scholarly research-based paper using the principles of quantitative reasoning and peer-reviewed writing. Completion of this course with a grade of B or better can satisfy the Leadership PhD admissions requirement. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Paul G Caron
[UMS06]

LOS 714 Quantitative Methods for Leadership Studies II

This course builds on prior quantitative coursework and introduces students to advanced statistical tools and tests for data analysis. Topics include multivariable and multivariate techniques including ANCOVA, MANOVA, factor analysis, path analysis, reliability, validity, Cronbach's Alpha, and others. Students ready to begin proposal writing for the dissertation are encouraged to complete chapters one through three of their proposal. Prerequisite: LOS 713 with grade of B or better. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60351
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Paul G Caron
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 713 with a grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Paul G Caron
[UMS06]

LOS 716 Qualitative Methods for Leadership Studies II

This course builds on prior qualitative coursework and introduces students to an advanced research design: mixed methods study. Students will learn techniques to analyze documents, archival techniques and practice multi-methods integration. Ethical issues in field work and the role of the researcher will be key topics for discussion. Individuals ready to begin proposal writing for the dissertation are encouraged to complete chapters one through three of their proposal. Prerequisite: LOS 715 with grade of B or better. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60352
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 715 with a grade of B or higher
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

LOS 719 Organizational Analysis

This course is designed to present students with an overview of approaches used to evaluate and assess both public and private organizations to ensure they effectively serve citizens, clients, or recipients. This course is a detailed study of the models, methods, and practices that are used to evaluate and assess the performance of organizations from a conceptual and analytical point of view while reviewing the numerous ways of understanding and assessing program effectiveness. Prerequisite: LOS 713 and 715 with a grade of B or better. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60353
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Robert Yawson
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: LOS 713 and LOS 715 with a grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Robert Yawson
[UMS06]

LOS 751 Global Leadership

This course provides a comprehensive background on the psychological, social, and cultural factors that contribute to the effectiveness of leaders functioning globally, or in selected cultural regions of the world. The course will focus on the development of critical thinking and understanding the challenges of leading organizations that are diverse and/or operate worldwide. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60293
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth Andreyevna Goryunova
[UMS06]

LOS 771 Comparative Organizational Theory

In this course, students will examine different organizational theories, compare them, learn how to assess whether organization functions are aligned with the espoused theory and critically examine them in the context of today's organizational challenges. Students will learn about the major principles of organizational theory while developing an understanding of how these theoretical concepts may be applied in meaningful ways. Students will learn techniques for analyzing organizational issues using a variety of perspectives and metaphors. The course begins with the study of classic theories and progresses to the critical analysis of emerging models. Students will explore advantages and disadvantages of each theory or school of thought to determine the functions of organizations for optimal operation. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60354
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Joe C Lasley
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Joe C Lasley
[UMS06]

LOS 772 Strategic Planning, Visioning and Design

This course is designed to prepare the next generation of passionate and innovative leaders to think, execute and lead strategically with all the necessary tools, processes and frameworks to sharpen their planning skills. We will explore various proven planning practices and theories related to all sectors, organizational sizes, goals and complexities. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60355
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Robert Yawson
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Robert Yawson
[UMS06]

LOS 850 Leadership - Dissertation Proposal

This course focuses on the development of the doctoral dissertation proposal. Emphasis is placed on understanding and defining the logical relations between elements in a proposal including the problem statement, conceptual/theoretical framework, literature review, research design, and methodology. Teaching and learning strategies are designed to promote critical/analytical thinking and scholarly discourse. Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or better. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60427
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth Andreyevna Goryunova

Class Number: 60536
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins

Class Number: 60537
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0003
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tara Grey Coste
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Tara Grey Coste

Class Number: 60538
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0004
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Elizabeth F Turesky
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth F Turesky

Class Number: 60539
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0005
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Joe C Lasley
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Joe C Lasley

Class Number: 60540
Credits: 3
Class Component: Thesis
Section: 0006
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 810 with grade of B or higher.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Ibukun Damilola Alegbeleye
[UMS06]

MAT 108 College Algebra

A survey of the mathematics needed for Pre-Calculus and related analytical coursework. The topics include linear, quadratic, and absolute value equations and inequalities; graphs; and functions (linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic). Prerequisites: A grade of C or higher in MAT 101, or appropriate placement test score. Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61583
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: grade of C or higher in MAT 101, or appropriate placement test score.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Abou El-Makarim A Aboueissa
[UMS06]

MAT 120 Introduction to Statistics

An introduction to probability and statistics through lecture and lab. Particular topics include random variables and their distributions, methods of descriptive statistics, estimation and hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation. Prerequisites: A grade of C or higher in MAT 100 or MAT 101, or appropriate placement test score. Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60035
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Muhammad A El-Taha
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
More Information
This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details.

Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: grade of C or higher in MAT 100 or MAT 101, or appropriate placement test score.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Muhammad A El-Taha

Class Number: 61584
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Muhammad A El-Taha
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
More Information
This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details.

Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: grade of C or higher in MAT 100 or MAT 101, or appropriate placement test score.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Muhammad A El-Taha
[UMS06]

MAT 145 Discrete Mathematics I

This course is an introduction to discrete mathematics necessary for a study of computer science. Topics will include a study of functions, sets, basic logic systems, and combinatorics. Prerequisite: A grade of C- or higher in MAT 108 or MAT 140 or MAT 152 or appropriate placement test score, or permission of instructor. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60188
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Samuel T Soule
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: A grade of C- or higher in MAT 108 or MAT 140 or MAT 152 or appropriate placement test score
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Samuel T Soule
[UMS06]

MAT 152 Calculus A

The first course in a three-semester sequence covering basic calculus of real variables, Calculus A introduces the concept of limit and applies it to the definition of derivative and integral of a function of one variable. The rules of differentiation and properties of the integral are emphasized, as well as applications of the derivative and integral. This course also includes an introduction to the transcendental functions. Prerequisite: A grade of C- or higher in MAT 140 or appropriate placement test score. Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60038
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Silvia R Valdes-Leon
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: A grade of C- or higher in MAT 140 or appropriate placement test score
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Silvia R Valdes-Leon
[UMS06]

MAT 153 Calculus B

The second course in a three-semester sequence covering basic calculus of real variables, Calculus B includes techniques of integration, indeterminate forms and L'Hopital's Rule, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. Prerequisite: A grace of C- or higher in MAT 152. Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61586
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: A grade of C- or higher in MAT 152
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MAT 210 Business Statistics

This course investigates graphical and numerical methods of descriptive statistics; basic probability; discrete and continuous random variables and their distributions (binomial, hypergeometric, Poisson, uniform, exponential, and normal); sampling distributions; estimation; tests of hypotheses; and other selected topics. Applications will be chosen primarily from business. Prerequisite: MAT 108 (may concurrently). Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61587
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): George Bernier
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details.

Some seats in this online section are reserved for students enrolled in fully online programs. Any available reserved seats will open to all other students on April 15th. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: MAT 108 (or concurrent)
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 George Bernier
[UMS06]

MAT 220 Statistics for the Biological Sciences

This course treats basic statistical methods as applied to the biological sciences. The topics emphasized are descriptive statistics, discrete and continuous distributions, statistical estimation, hypothesis testing procedures, chi-square methods (goodness of fit and two-way tables), analysis of variance, and simple and multiple regression. Students will use at least one computer-based statistical package. Prerequisite: MAT 152. Cr 4.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60040
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 35 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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This course is delivered online asynchronously. However, students must take in-person, proctored exams. Students may travel to the USM campus or use another approved off-site location to complete those exams. The instructor will provide more details. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: MAT 152
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Abou El-Makarim A Aboueissa
[UMS06]

MME 513 Lab:Proj Aspire Calculus

Section(s):

Class Number: 60119
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MME 514 Lab:Proj Aspire Calculus II

Section(s):

Class Number: 60133
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MME 515 Lab:Project Aspire

Section(s):

Class Number: 60199
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MME 519 Teach Calculus in Sec Sch I

Section(s):

Class Number: 60120
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MME 520 Teach Calculus in Sec Sch II

Section(s):

Class Number: 60134
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MME 521 Teach Methods

Section(s):

Class Number: 60189
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Laurie S Woodman
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/9/2024 Laurie S Woodman
[UMS06]

MPH 539 Topics in Public Health I

The course focuses on current topics in public health with an emphasis on special populations, diseases, or events. The course is designed to address public health concerns that are timely and relevant; topics will rotate periodically in response to student demand and/or emerging public health issues. Prior topics have included infectious disease, obesity, global health, child health, and substance use disorders. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Women's Health

Class Number: 60247
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Rural residents and health systems face unique health challenges compared to their urban counterparts. This course begins with defining rurality and identifying systemic disparities in the health and socioeconomic status of rural residents. It examines rural-urban differences in health care access, costs and quality as well as policy and delivery system reform strategies to address these differences. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jennifer Gunderman-King
[UMS06]

MPH 655 Public Health Practice

The goal of this course is to introduce students to fundamental skills used in everyday public health practice. The course focuses on public health core competencies that have been defined by the field. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60241
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda M Joly
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Brenda M Joly
[UMS06]

MPH 683 Patient Safety

Preventable medical error is believed to be one of the leading causes of death and serious harm in the United States. This online course provides an interdisciplinary, cross-setting overview of patient safety principles, techniques, and best practices. Topics addressed in the online course include the epidemiology of medical error, human factors engineering, common types of errors in various healthcare settings, and the applied practice of error mitigation and patient safety strategies. Students also explore patient safety improvement techniques most appropriate to their profession or setting of care. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60259
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Judith B Tupper
Enrollment: 0 of 17 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Judith B Tupper
[UMS06]

MUE 613 Psychology of Music Teaching and Learning

Detailed study of topics concerning differential music behavior and perception. This course includes the mechanics of hearing, music memory, learning, and response as well as an overview of researched teaching practices. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61625
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Casey Philip Schmidt
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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In this course, we will explore processes and experiences in music making, teaching, and learning that shape the development of musical capacities through the domains of cognitive, social, and developmental psychology. We will examine both typical and atypical developmental trajectories and how musical development is mediated by socio-cultural influences, including formal and informal learning environments. Grappling with these ideas will improve your knowledge and understanding about the human drive to make and learn music. We will confront topics on the origins and functions of music, on development and motivation in music learning, on musical skill acquisition, and on the role of music in human life. This class will help you articulate a vision for the musical experience in learning contexts and the processes through which music influences both personal and interpersonal development. This class will meet weekly for four one-hour synchronous online sessions to engage as a community of learners and share findings from weekly investigative prompts. In addition, students will complete an independent project that investigates a topic of interest in depth. This course is required for students pursuing an MM in Music Education. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Monday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Online Live 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Casey Philip Schmidt
[UMS06]

MUH 105 Multi-Cultural Perspectives of American Popular Music and Jazz

An overview of selected styles and traditions of jazz and American popular music, as well as World music that has influenced those styles. Developing critical thinking and writing skills, the course stresses close analysis and interpretation of selected works. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60236
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Thomas M Parchman
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Thomas M Parchman
[UMS06]

MUS 100 Music Appreciation and History

A survey of music from the Gregorian chant to the modern times, covering musical practices of the renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, and contemporary periods. Representative works by the outstanding composers of each period. Open to all students. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60041
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Sonenberg
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Sonenberg
[UMS06]

MUS 110 Fundamentals of Music

A background study of concepts and skills essential to an intelligent reading of music. The development of natural music abilities through participating in singing, rhythmic activities, and instrumental work. An appreciation of music through awareness of basic structures. Open to all students. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60042
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Thomas M Parchman
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Thomas M Parchman
[UMS06]

NUR 100 Introduction to Professional Nursing

This course orients students to the expectations of a baccalaureate education in nursing. Academic communication and critical thinking skills within the context of professional nursing are emphasized. Issues of ethical and professional accountability related to the role(s) of the nurse are explored. Historical and contemporary perspectives on the nature and scope of nursing practice are examined. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61790
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christine A St Amand
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Christine A St Amand
[UMS06]

NUR 302 Pharmacology

This course provides an overview of the principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The major drug categories are reviewed with emphasis placed on the therapeutic use, action, and adverse reactions of selected prototype drugs. Emphasis is placed on the benefits and risks of drug therapy, thereby preparing the health professional for safe, therapeutic pharmacologic interventions. There is no clinical component to this course. For nursing majors, NUR 302 must be taken within two years of enrolling in NUR 323 and NUR 325. Prerequisites: BIO 113 OR SCI 172 and sophomore standing. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60160
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Katharine M Thayer
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: BIO 113, or SCI 172; and Soph Standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Katharine M Thayer

Class Number: 60161
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: BIO 113, or SCI 172; and Soph Standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

NUR 321 Health-Related Research

Introduction to health-related research with an emphasis on understanding the research process and becoming a consumer of research. Critique of health-related research findings to health professions and their application to professional practice is a major component of this course. NUR 321 must be completed before taking any 400-level nursing course (with the exception of NUR 424 which can be taken prior to NUR 321). Prerequisite: PSY 201 or LAC 120 or LOS 120 or MAT 120, and NUR major or department permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60196
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah S Parker
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: MAT120, LAC 120, LOS 120, or PSY 201; Nursing Majors or department permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah S Parker

Class Number: 61607
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: MAT120, LAC 120, LOS 120, or PSY 201; Nursing Majors or department permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

NUR 356 Concepts in Community Health

This course introduces the concepts and principles basic to the development and maintenance of the community's health. The epidemiological process guides the survey of current major health issues. The course focuses on the health issues of groups in the community at local, state, national, and global levels. Must be completed prior to or concurrently with NUR 339 for students in the Traditional BS in nursing program. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60365
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Judy M Bradberry
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Judy M Bradberry
[UMS06]

NUR 370 Theory for Clinical Practice

This course focuses on the nursing profession and the process of knowledge development within the profession. The intent is to provide participants with opportunities to explore the processes of inquiry in nursing. Participants will have opportunities to explore various modes of nursing inquiry, including scientific, philosophical, and historical. Praxis, or the development of knowledge through the cycle of acquiring experience, reflecting on experience, and enhancing practice is central to understanding what influences nursing. Relationships between practice, theory, and research are explored. Four foundational concepts: personal meaning, ways of knowing, time/transitions, and context/culture serve to focus critical reflections in this course. In recognizing multiple ways of developing knowledge, participants have the opportunity to explore how practice may differ within varying perspectives. Prerequisite: RN to BS students or permission of instructor Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61608
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda Petersen
Enrollment: 0 of 24 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: RN to BS Students
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda Petersen
[UMS06]

NUR 424 Clinically-Applied Genetics

This course explores the genetic basis of human health and disease. It examines the specific mechanisms by which genetic differences give rise to altered body function and influence disease risk, and how these differences are inherited. It emphasizes the advances in genetics that impact the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of illnesses and conditions. In so doing, it both addresses the basic science of genetics and explores related clinically-applied topics such as the ethical implications of genetics, genetic screening, genetic risk assessment, and gene therapy. Prerequisites: NUR 323 or concurrent or permission of instructor. Cr 2.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60250
Credits: 2
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Katharine M Thayer
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: NUR 323 or concurrent
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Katharine M Thayer
[UMS06]

NUR 474 Professional Issues: Leadership, Management, and Organizations for RNs

This course provides the RN student with an overview of the theoretical frameworks of management and leadership roles in nursing practice with a major focus on organizational analysis. Focus is on leadership and change theories, conflict management, and quality improvement for the delivery of health care services. Prerequisites: RN to BS major, NUR 308, NUR 309, and NUR 310. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60528
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda Petersen
Enrollment: 0 of 24 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: NUR 308,NUR 309, NUR 310, and RN to BS major
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda Petersen
[UMS06]

NUR 660 Continuing Advanced Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Supervision

Supervision is central to training and professional development for mental health clinicians conducting psychotherapy. An interpersonal/relational model of supervision is utilized, whereby the focus is on coparticipation and mutual engagement. Supervisor and supervisee conduct a dialogue about a field of inquiry that includes the relationship between them, although the explicit focus is the therapy being supervised. Issues of transference and countertransference are explored during case review as well as current psychopharmacological treatment. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60253
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Leslie Susan Yetter
Enrollment: 0 of 8 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Tuesday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Online Live 5/14/2024 - 8/13/2024 Leslie Susan Yetter

Class Number: 61611
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Leslie Susan Yetter
Enrollment: 0 of 8 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Online Live 5/16/2024 - 8/15/2024 Leslie Susan Yetter
[UMS06]

NUR 691 Clinical Practicum and Seminar Continuation

This is a clinical continuation course to provide supervised clinical experiences in a focused population for students enrolled in the Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) program for APRNs. Emphasis is on providing evidence-based care across the lifespan in the context of community. The application of assessment, diagnostic, intervention, and management strategies is stressed. Emphasis is also on the refinement of skills reflective of beginning level advanced practice nurse competency in the chosen area of population focus. Prerequisite: graduate of APRN MS or DNP program. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 62301
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Graduate of APRN MS or DNP program
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

OTH 512 Evidence Based Practice

Building on the learning initiated in OTH 504, this course provides the opportunity for students to expand their application of evidence-based concepts to the investigation of an occupational therapy question, need, or program evaluation. Students will continue work on evidence-based projects to answer the clinical question posed by a community partner. This will involve a variety of methods, including gathering and critiquing the evidence, synthesizing and summarizing findings, and presenting the findings to the community partner. Additionally, OTD students will build upon the knowledge of evidence-based practice to begin transitioning to research. Course sessions and assignments will be designed to guide students through the process of evidence-based practice. Prerequisites: OTH 504 and successful completion of all previous coursework. Cr 2-3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60142
Credits: 2 - 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Susan L Noyes
Enrollment: 0 of 14 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTH 504
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Susan L Noyes

Class Number: 60143
Credits: 2 - 3
Class Component: Research
Section: 0002
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Bernadette M Kroon
Enrollment: 0 of 14 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTH 504
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Bernadette M Kroon
[UMS06]

OTH 605 Management in Occupational Therapy

This course will integrate management principles, policies, and our dynamic health care system, relevant to current occupational therapy practice. Students will also develop an appreciation for and understanding of the complexity of the dynamic health care system and the impact it has on occupational therapy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all previous coursework. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61597
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tammy Bickmore
Enrollment: 0 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Tammy Bickmore

Class Number: 61598
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tammy Bickmore
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Online Live 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Tammy Bickmore
[UMS06]

OTH 608 Reflections on Practice

Students will reflect on and integrate learning from First Level II Fieldwork as well as continue to develop advanced occupational therapy practice skills. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all previous coursework. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60198
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah Kathleen Grinder
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Class meets online-live on 7/17 and 7/24. The first 2 weeks will be asynchronous. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTH 620
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Wednesday 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Online Live 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Sarah Kathleen Grinder
[UMS06]

OTH 616 Transition to Occupational Therapy Practice

Students will reflect on and integrate learning from First Fieldwork Level II and Evidence Based Practice coursework to develop a research proposal as well as explore current contextual considerations and roles in Occupational Therapy practice. They will also prepare themselves for entry into the profession by practicing how to present themselves and their skills to future employers and project teams. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all previous coursework, including OTH 620. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60467
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTH 620
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Online Live 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Julie Marie Giorgetti Larouche
[UMS06]

OTH 710 Occupational Therapy Capstone I

This course provides the opportunity for students to apply research concepts to the investigation of an occupational therapy question, need, or evaluation of occupational therapy practice. Using the research question generated in the first course of the research sequence, students will initiate their research project and begin to collect and analyze data. Course sessions and assignments will guide students through this initial phase of the research process. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60299
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Tammy Bickmore
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTD Students Only
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Tammy Bickmore
[UMS06]

OTH 740 Leadership in Occupational Therapy

This course will prepare students for an in depth examination of various leadership theories, styles and practice skills for the working occupational therapy practitioner. Students will examine occupational theoretical models for occupational therapy practitioners and recognize their application in occupation-based practice. Key concepts include leadership personal factors, contextual influences on leadership and ethical considerations. Through rich discussions, case studies, self assessment/ reflection and development of a leadership plan, this course better prepares occupational therapy practitioners for their leadership role in healthcare. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60504
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Julie Marie Giorgetti Larouche
[UMS06]

OTH 750 Assistive Technology and Contemporary Practice

This course exposes students to new and innovative tools and techniques in the areas of assistive technology and contemporary practices such as telehealth. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61600
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Mary E Anderson
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: OTD Students Only
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Mary E Anderson
[UMS06]

PDS 513 Integrating Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction & Social & Emotional Intelligence into the Classroom

This course provides training in Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction for teachers, counselors, and psychologists in school settings. Students learn Mindfulness techniques for themselves and for their students as well as for their relationships with colleagues. Through Mindfulness exercises and practice, group and dyad discussions, presentations, readings, and talks by the instructor, students will develop Mindfulness skills to integrate into the school setting for themselves as teacher and for students. The emphasis is on integrating Mindfulness into the classroom through modeling and seamlessly bringing Mindfulness to help students develop emotional and social skills. These skills help children thrive and as well give them a solid foundation for their academic studies.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60256
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 7/5/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Nancy Hathaway
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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This class is online-live (synchronous) during the week of June 24-28, with 1/2 day Zoom sessions each morning. There will also be asynchronous work expected the 1 week following the class meetings. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Online Live 6/24/2024 - 6/28/2024 Nancy Hathaway
n/a Online 6/29/2024 - 7/5/2024 Nancy Hathaway
[UMS06]

PDS 545 Trauma-Responsive Schooling

In this course participants: 1) consider recent theory and research on childhood adversity, stress, and trauma, including how to promote resilience and healing; and 2) develop knowledge and skills to translate theory and research into practice and systems change to create trauma-responsive classrooms, schools, and districts. The course will also focus on the central role that relationships, equity, and student voice play in trauma-responsive schooling. Students will engage in a variety of learning activities, including individual reading and reflection, group discussion, critical analysis, and action research. Each student will complete a final project focusing on developing trauma-responsive practices in their respective professional settings. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60378
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 6/3/2024 - 8/2/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Mark Bennett Tappan
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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There will be no class activity the week of July 1-July 7. Two Zoom sessions (one in the last 2 weeks of June, one in the last 2 weeks of July) will be scheduled at the convenience of the instructor and students. This is a PDC cohort course, primarily intended for cohort members. FMI contact pdc@maine.edu. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/3/2024 - 8/2/2024 Mark Bennett Tappan
[UMS06]

PHE 314 Organization and Administration of Athletics

This course covers the principles and practices of athletic administration as related to middle schools, junior, and senior high schools. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60462
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Robert Keller
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Michael Robert Keller
[UMS06]

PHE 391 Field Experience/Internship

Practical field work in a coaching area. The student will be assigned as an assistant coach in a sport for a season. Supervision, evaluation, and guidance of the student will be provided by a staff member who is responsible for that coaching area. Prerequisites: PHE 203, PHE 302, PHE 314. Restricted to students in the coaching certificate program and the minor. Cr 1-6.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60111
Credits: 1 - 3
Class Component: Field Experience
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Michael Robert Keller
Enrollment: 0 of 5 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: PHE 203, PHE 302, PHE 314; ACO-CERT students
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Michael Robert Keller
[UMS06]

PHI 205 Logic

Techniques to distinguish good from bad reasoning through the study of formal and informal logic including fallacies, inductive and deductive arguments, truth tables, evidence, and rules of implication. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60498
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Yishai Abraham Cohen
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Yishai Abraham Cohen
[UMS06]

PHI 212 Environmental Ethics

This course analyzes the relations between human beings and the environment in terms of the concepts of justice, the good, and human responsibilities. It attempts to provide a new cosmological model for adjudicating between conflicting rights and duties. Issues to be discussed include animal rights, environmental protection, and ecological harmony. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61624
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Julien S Murphy
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Julien S Murphy
[UMS06]

PHI 399 Happiness and the Good Life

What is happiness? Is it attainable? Overrated? Necessary for a meaningful life? What is the relationship between happiness and morality? We examine historical views from ancient and modern philosophers. We also examine theories and exercises from the new field of happiness studies to explore ways to design a good life. Prerequisite: ENG 100. Cr. 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60433
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Julien S Murphy
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Is happiness the goal of a good life? What is happiness? Is it attainable? Is it overrated? What is the relationship between happiness and morality? Can one be virtuous and yet, unhappy?
Does happiness require money or good fortune? We will examine historical views from ancient and modern philosophers. We will also explore theories and exercises from the new field of happiness studies. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: College Writing (ENG 100, ENG 101, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100) or equivalent course.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Julien S Murphy
[UMS06]

POS 101 Introduction to American Government

This course focuses on the political institutions, processes, behavior, and problems of government in the United States. The national government is emphasized. Key topics include: the Constitution, Supreme Court, Congress, Presidency, political parties, public opinion, and interest groups. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60057
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ronald J Schmidt
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/7/2024 Ronald J Schmidt
[UMS06]

POS 383 WMD in the Movies

This course helps students understand the threads posed by Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), defined as nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons, and efforts to address them. Students engage in the critical viewing and discussion of visual media related to WMD such as popular films, television programs, news media, and other visual content. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61623
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Rebecca Davis Gibbons
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Rebecca Davis Gibbons
[UMS06]

PPM 509 Topics in Public Policy

This course is offered periodically to examine selected topics and current issues in public policy. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Program Evaluation

Class Number: 61699
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda M Zollitsch
Enrollment: 0 of 28 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Topic: Program Evaluation

This course focuses on conducting evidence-based reviews and analyses of the design, implementation, and impacts of policy and program initiatives. This course will provide a foundation of theory and practice for students working to evaluate a range of different public service-oriented programs. Building on theory of change models, students will develop evaluation plans, analyze evaluation data and demonstrate the ability to communicate evaluation outcomes to target audiences.

This class meets synchronously (ONLINE LIVE) on Monday¿s from 4:00pm ¿ 6:45pm and has video content that you watch asynchronously. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Monday 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda M Zollitsch
[UMS06]

PPM 534 Managing Cities, Towns and Counties

Overview of the key responsibilities and activities associated with the administration of local and county government. Appreciation of the dynamics and politics of the administration of local government entities. An emphasis is placed upon the actions of managers interacting with department managers, the public, and volunteer committees. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60227
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Thursday 5:30 PM - 8:15 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

PPM 539 Topics in Public and Nonprofit Management

This course is offered periodically to examine selected topics and current issues of importance to public and/or nonprofit organizations and managers. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Program Evaluation

Class Number: 61700
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda M Zollitsch
Enrollment: 0 of 28 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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Topic: Program Evaluation

This course focuses on conducting evidence-based reviews and analyses of the design, implementation, and impacts of policy and program initiatives. This course will provide a foundation of theory and practice for students working to evaluate a range of different public service-oriented programs. Building on theory of change models, students will develop evaluation plans, analyze evaluation data and demonstrate the ability to communicate evaluation outcomes to target audiences.

This class meets synchronously (ONLINE LIVE) on Monday¿s from 4:00pm ¿ 6:45pm and has video content that you can watch asynchronously. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Monday 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda M Zollitsch
[UMS06]

PPM 545 Grant Writing and Funding for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

Concentrates on the process of securing the resources to support effective nonprofit projects. The goal of the course is to prepare students to identify sources of funding, write proposals that will attract grant awards, and develop an understanding of what it takes to build an organization, which foundations, public entities, and individual donors are confident in supporting. The course will begin with an examination of current trends in this post-industrial economy in which money is available to the voluntary and private sector. It will also focus on the importance of understanding the "ways of money" and knowing how to develop and administer a budget that will inspire trust in the organization's reputation for effectively managing its programs and its fiscal resources. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60228
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda M Zollitsch
Enrollment: 0 of 28 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
TuesdayThursday 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda M Zollitsch
[UMS06]

PPM 568 Topics in Community Planning and Sustainable Development

This course is offered periodically to examine selected topics and current issues in planning and sustainable development. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Program Evaluation

Class Number: 61701
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Brenda M Zollitsch
Enrollment: 0 of 28 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Web Synchronous/Distance Synchronous Learning
More Information
Topic: Program Evaluation

This course focuses on conducting evidence-based reviews and analyses of the design, implementation, and impacts of policy and program initiatives. This course will provide a foundation of theory and practice for students working to evaluate a range of different public service-oriented programs. Building on theory of change models, students will develop evaluation plans, analyze evaluation data and demonstrate the ability to communicate evaluation outcomes to target audiences.

This class meets synchronously (ONLINE LIVE) on Monday¿s from 4:00pm ¿ 6:45pm and has video content that you can watch asynchronously. Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
Monday 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM Online Live 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Brenda M Zollitsch
[UMS06]

PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to the study of behavior as a natural science, including the following topics: research methods, biological foundations of behavior, sensation and perception, human development, motivation and emotion, learning and cognition, personality, psychopathology, and social behavior. This course is a prerequisite for all departmental courses, except PSY 201. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61704
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Vella
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Elizabeth Vella
[UMS06]

PSY 220 Psychology of the Lifespan

This is a broad introductory course focusing on the theories, research methods, and the status of scientific knowledge about human development across the lifespan. The course focuses on the interplay of psychological and environmental factors in physical, cognitive, social, and personality development from birth through adulthood. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60059
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Robert B Thompson
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 7/26/2024 Robert B Thompson
[UMS06]

PSY 230 Social Psychology

This course considers major theories, research, and applications related to the social behavior of the individual. Topics include person perception and social cognition, attitudes and persuasion, aggression and helping behavior, interpersonal attraction, conformity and compliance, and group processes. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61590
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jayne Allen
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jayne Allen
[UMS06]

PSY 338 Theories of Personality

This course is a survey of major classical and contemporary approaches to the study of personality and individual differences. Different theories are examined in detail, their influence on current thinking is considered, and their research contributions are evaluated. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61591
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jayne Allen
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jayne Allen
[UMS06]

PSY 350 Psychology of Learning

Experimental findings on the fundamental principles that underlie the acquisition and retention of new behavior. Emphasis is placed on operant and respondent conditioning and the experimental analysis of behavior. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61592
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Kayla Ann Musielak-Hanold
[UMS06]

PSY 361 Sensation and Perception

An examination of perceptual processes and sensory systems. Emphasis is on experimental methodology, research findings, and theoretical interpretations. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60060
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jordan A Litman
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jordan A Litman
[UMS06]

PSY 365 Physiological Psychology

Basic neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and endocrinology, and the relationships between nervous system functioning and behavior. Physiological analysis of sensory function, motivation, and learning. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61705
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Vella
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Elizabeth Vella
[UMS06]

PSY 368 Health Psychology

This course is designed to introduce the student to the discipline of health psychology from a bio-psychosocial perspective. An integrative approach will be provided via discussion of the biological and psycho-physiological foundations of health and disease, including the topics of stress and coping, prevention, diet, substance abuse, and chronic illness. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in PSY 100. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60235
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jordan A Litman
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: C- or higher in PSY 100
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Jordan A Litman
[UMS06]

REC 110 Foundations of Recreation and Leisure Studies

This course addresses the concepts of leisure, play, and recreation, emphasizing the role that leisure should play in modern society. Lectures and discussions on societal attitudes toward work and leisure stress the need to keep these activities in proper perspective. Students will concentrate on psychological aspects of optimal experience and quality of life. Community leisure services will be addressed. Assignments will encourage students to explore leisure lifestyle attitudes. Recreation and Leisure Studies majors will begin their academic career portfolios. Offered fall, spring, and summer. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61655
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Holly Jean Bean
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Holly Jean Bean
[UMS06]

REC 190 Yoga and Nutrition

A recipe for transformation through yoga, meditation, and healthy nutrition. This course combines mindful eating with in-depth reflection for personal education, stress release, and body movements to create a balanced life. Offered fall and spring. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60288
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Amanda D Curtis Kezal
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Amanda D Curtis Kezal

Class Number: 60289
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Amanda D Curtis Kezal
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Amanda D Curtis Kezal
[UMS06]

REC 495 Internship

Students are required to work a minimum of 560 hours in an agency that provides therapeutic recreation services. During this period students will apply the knowledge, methods, and leadership techniques that they have learned in academic courses. Students will be directly supervised by qualified agency personnel and indirectly supervised by faculty. This course is taken in the senior year. Health insurance is required. Recreation and Leisure Studies majors will include this class in their academic career portfolios. Prerequisites: All required REC courses, REC 494 and permission of instructor. Offered fall. Cr 12.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60533
Credits: 12
Class Component: Field Experience
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Holly Jean Bean
Enrollment: 0 of 10 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Holly Jean Bean
[UMS06]

RHF 118 Yoga

In this course, students will explore various postures and styles of yoga, breathing techniques, and meditation. Students also will discuss ancient yogic philosophy and examine how it applies to their individual lives and yoga practice. Because skill or fitness development are objectives in all RHF courses, students must attend and participate in class activities to pass the course. The program reserves the right to request written medical clearance for participation in courses that require high intensity exercise. Offered fall and spring. Cr 1.5.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60158
Credits: 1.5
Class Component: PE Activity
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Amanda D Curtis Kezal
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Amanda D Curtis Kezal
[UMS06]

SBS 210 Me in 3D: Introduction to Social and Behavioral Sciences

This experiential and introductory course gives students the opportunity to consider their relationship with the world through the three different perspectives of Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology. We will explore issues of information literacy and writing in the social and behavioral sciences as an introduction in the interdisciplinary strength of the social and behavioral sciences (SBS) major. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61619
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Susan Beth Rottmann
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: WRI 1/College Writing: ENG 100, ESL 100, HON 100, or RSP 100 with a grade of C- or better.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Susan Beth Rottmann
[UMS06]

SBS 300 Deviance and Social Control

This course provides a forum to examine deviance and social control from sociological, psychological, ecological, environmental and cross-cultural (anthropological) perspectives, examining contested definitions of deviance, and different theories about deviance and social control. The course investigates the interrelationships of culture, power, identity formation and social change. We will also explore portrayals of deviance and social control in literature, film, and popular culture. Students challenge their critical thinking skills and will achieve a higher level of understanding about the relative notion of deviance, including how it relates to population size, and the nature(s) and type(s) of social control. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60115
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christy L Hammer
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Christy L Hammer
[UMS06]

SBS 305 Child and Adolescent Development

This course examines the development and behavior of children from conception through adolescence. Theoretical frameworks and research on current knowledge in child and adolescent development will be considered, as well as applications to contemporary topics in child welfare and education. This course examines psychological, cognitive, and social dimensions of development. SBS/HRD 200 recommended. Cr 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 61621
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Barbara Jean Loux
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Barbara Jean Loux
[UMS06]

SBS 310 Childhood and Society

This course weaves several broad themes regarding children and childhood in society, including how ecologies of socialization and circumstances shape our perceptions of children and childhood as a distinct life stage. The course explores various agents of socialization including family, educational systems, peers, and media shape contemporary childhood socialization; how children are co-constructors of childhood and society; and how the experiences of childhood are shaped by ethnicity, race, class, and gender. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60116
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Barbara Jean Loux
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Barbara Jean Loux
[UMS06]

SBS 316 Diversity in Organizations

Students in this course will develop an understanding of the benefits and challenges of diversity in organizations. The course takes a historical, socio-economic, and psychological approach to the challenges of diverse and marginalized populations in the U.S. Students learn how the workplace may affect diverse peoples and how others can learn to make the workplace more hospitable. A primary focus of this course is on examining beliefs, behaviors, or unconscious attitudes that perpetuate the oppression and subordination of diverse members of society in the workplace, while also looking at how increased diversity is adding to workplace productivity, creativity, and learning. Readings are drawn from the social sciences and humanities to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the topic. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60132
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0002
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Daniel M Jenkins
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Daniel M Jenkins
[UMS06]

SBS 343 Substance Use Disorders

This course considers patterns of use of drugs, the bases of their effects and associated harms, and the history of and current options for prevention and intervention efforts. The role of society and public policy in influencing our thinking and behavior concerning substance use and abuse is considered. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61622
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Jason Robert White
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Jason Robert White
[UMS06]

SBS 370 Toward a Global Ethics

This writing instruction course assists students in articulating and assessing their own values. It examines the range of ethical theories and positions and explores the influence of particular cultural ideologies on ethical beliefs. The course considers the ethical principles implied by democracy, sustainability, justice, and difference. It examines ethical issues and dilemmas faced by individuals, organizations, and nations while exploring personal and collective decision-making processes in a global context. Prerequisite: any three of Creative Expression, Cultural Interpretation, Science Exploration, Socio-Cultural Analysis; ENG 100 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: ENG 102 or equivalent, or non-degree student; OR instructor permission. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60218
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Susan Beth Rottmann
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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If you were admitted before Fall 21 or are a non-degree seeking student, please contact the academic department offering this course or the Office of Registration and Scheduling Services to enroll. You will not need to satisfy the WRI 2 requirement, but you must meet all other prerequisites attached to the course or seek instructor permission. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: WRI 1 or equivalent for all students; for students admitted fall 2021 or later: any approved WRI2 course (may be concurrent), or non-degree students; OR permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Susan Beth Rottmann
[UMS06]

SBS 390 Brain and Behavior

This course will explore the relation between the human brain as a physical organ, the mind as it relates to the brain, and behavior. We will explore how the human brain is structured and how those structures control various function; the basics of how neurons communicate with each other, electrically and chemically; how the brain develops and "brain circuits" are formed; and how memory, emotion, identity, and spirituality grow out of the "wetware" that is our most complex organ. Cr 3
Section(s):

Class Number: 60141
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 30 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 Kayla Ann Musielak-Hanold
[UMS06]

SBS 430 Applied Social and Public Policy

A review of contemporary social policy alternatives and an examination of social policy making processes at both the macro- and micro-levels. The course combines service learning or community engagement with action research strategies in an Applied Social Policy project with a community-based organization or governmental agency. Prerequisites: Senior standing and either LOS 210 or SBS 210 or SBS 370 or permission of the instructor. Recommended to be taken in a student's final semesters. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60137
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Christy L Hammer
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisite: LOS 210 or SBS 210 or SBS 370; SR standing Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LOS 210 or SBS 210 or SBS 370; SR Standing
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Christy L Hammer
[UMS06]

SBS 447 Internship

This course integrates field-based professional experience with a directed, reflective, and academic component. While working at their field site of choice, students participate in an online seminar in which they learn about and reflect on workplace issues, evaluate their interests, and acquire basic skills needed to market themselves effectively. This course provides valuable real-world experience in your chosen field. Prerequisite: Must be LOS, NAS, or SBS major who has successfully completed at least 84 credits. Cr. 3-6. Of note: It is suggested that you meet with your faculty advisor to discuss your internship options once you reach 84 cumulative credits. Students wishing to take more than 3 credits must have faculty advisor permission. This is a self-directed course and requires at least TWO MONTHS of PRE-PLANNING as reflected in the submission to the SBS 447 Brightspace page of your updated resume and Learning Contract: Part 1 BEFORE the first day of class. Job skills such as interviewing/resumes are an expected part of the internship site search.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60332
Credits: 3 - 6
Class Component: Field Experience
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): R Blake Whitaker
Enrollment: 0 of 18 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Department Consent Required
Please contact: darla.richter@maine.edu
Must be NAS or SBS major who has successfully completed at least 84 credits. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Must be LOS, NAS, or SBS major who has successfully completed at least 84 credits
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 8/16/2024 R Blake Whitaker
[UMS06]

SCI 140 Medical Terminology

This course presents a survey of basic medical terminology for students who are pursuing careers in the health professions and related health care fields. Students will learn how to understand root words, suffixes, and prefixes for naming body systems and pathologies, as well as learning contextual terminology for effective communication in the health care work place.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60364
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah Kathleen Grinder
Enrollment: 0 of 40 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah Kathleen Grinder
[UMS06]

SED 282 Special Education Regulations, Procedures, and IEP Team

This course is for educators working directly with students who are suspected of, or who are identified with, disabilities. The course focuses on the role of special education in both a multi-tiered system of student support (MTSS) and the process for developing and implementing Individualized Education Programs (IEP). Participants examine current federal and state statutes and accompanying regulations governing special education services. Emphasis is placed on the functioning of the IEP team, including collaborating with families, from a teacher's or service provider's perspective. Prerequisite: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61658
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah Anne Wilkinson
Enrollment: 0 of 5 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 Sarah Anne Wilkinson
[UMS06]

SED 318 Targeted & Individualized Instructional Strategies for Students w/Disabilities

The primary purpose of this course is to learn and analyze principles and skills of teaching and learning which are effective in instructing students who need more intensive and individualized instruction. Such practices can be used with students who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or are participating in Tier 2 or 3 of the continuum of a multi-tiered system of student support (MTSS). Students who are English Language learners with suspected disabilities are included. The course will address applying and analyzing evidence-based instruction and assessment to evaluate progress toward learning goals. Prerequisite: SED 235, or program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61659
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah Anne Wilkinson
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Sarah Anne Wilkinson
[UMS06]

SED 387 Technology for Learning and Communicating

This course introduces students to the use of technology, including assistive technology, for the education and rehabilitation of all students, including those with special learning and communication needs. A range of technology systems will be examined from "low tech" devices such as simple switches to computers, adaptive devices, and software appropriate for individuals with disabilities. The course will introduce technology-related components of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) as well as the Assistive Technology Act (ATA) related to supporting school-age students. A variety of equipment, materials, software, and hardware will be available for student use. Prerequisite: Matriculated student or program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61668
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Matriculated in the Special Education undergraduate program (BSE-BS) or program permission.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024 William Joseph Corcoran
[UMS06]

SED 393 Transitions Among Agency, School, and Community

This course introduces participants to the concepts of transition in four phases of special education services: (a) birth to five child development services to school programs, (b) special purpose schools and related services to school programs, (c) between schools in a school district, and (d) from school programs to post-secondary education and community life. Students develop knowledge of services and resources provided by agencies and special purpose schools birth to adult and skills in multi-disciplinary team planning. Prerequisite: SED 235 or program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61660
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): TBA
Enrollment: 0 of 25 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 TBA
[UMS06]

SED 518 Targeted & Individualized Instructional Strategies for Students w/Disabilities

The primary purpose of this course is to learn and analyze principles and skills of teaching and learning which are effective in instructing students who need more intensive and individualized instruction. Such practices can be used with students who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or are participating in Tier 2 or 3 of the continuum of a multi-tiered system of student support (MTSS). Students who are English Language learners with suspected disabilities are included. The course will address applying and analyzing evidence-based instruction and assessment to evaluate progress toward learning goals. Prerequisite: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60463
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Sarah Anne Wilkinson
Enrollment: 0 of 20 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Prerequisites: SED 235 or SED 540, or program permission
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/1/2024 - 8/16/2024 Sarah Anne Wilkinson
[UMS06]

SED 540 Students with Exceptionalities in General Education

The primary goal of this course is to construct an understanding and knowledge of the range of exceptionalities, including students with disabilities and those identified as gifted and talented. The course is based on the premise that students with exceptionalities should be educated and socially interact to the greatest extent possible with their peers in the general education curriculum and program. The general educator's role in teaching learners who are exceptional will be emphasized. Topics include characteristics of areas of exceptionality; classroom management; assistive technology; state and federal legislation regarding exceptional students; Response to Intervention (RTI); Universal Design for Learning (UDL); individual education programs (IEP); building relationships with parents; students who are culturally and linguistically diverse; and inclusion and collaboration philosophy and practices. Cr 3.
Section(s):

Class Number: 60138
Credits: 3
Class Component: Seminar
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/13/2024 - 6/28/2024