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Summer 2018 Course Lists by Session

The classes below are broken out by the session they are offered within. In each session table, you can search by keyword (example: “eCampus” will bring up just the courses offered online).

PLEASE NOTE: All classes, times, instructors, and locations listed here are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please check the course listing at my.boisestate.edu.

If you are going to be a new student, before applying for admission to take a summer course, please go to my.boisestate.edu to find the most current course availability.

First 3-Week Session – May 6-26


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
40089ACCT 290
(010)
Foundations of Accounting Professional3JoAnn WoodMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
41815ACCT 350
(001)
Accounting Information Systems3Ryan BaxterMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40010BIOL 400
(010)
Organic Evolution3Stephen NovakMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40011BIOL 500
(010)
Organic Evolution3Stephen NovakMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40195BUSSTAT 207
(010)
Statistical Tech Decision Making I3Eliot SmithMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40165CJ 102
(4001)
Introduction to Police3Andrew GiacomazziOnlineeCampus
40014CJ 311
(010)
Media and Crime3Marianne Hudson-VenableMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40027COMM 101
(001)
Fundamentals of Communication3Rebecca TiedgeMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
41848COMM 231
(001)
Public Speaking3Marisa HillMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
42096COMM 304
(010)
Perspectives of Communication3Matthew IsbellMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
42034COMM 307
(010)
Interviewing3Rebecca TiedgeMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40414ED-CIFS 507
(001)
Foundations of American Educ3Alan ZenkertMoTuWeThFr5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
41624ENGL 204
(001)
Writing Creative Nonfiction3Whitney DouglasMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40809ENGL 345
(001)
Shakespeare3Matthew HansenMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40003FINAN 303
(010)
Principles of Finance3David BourffMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40021FINAN 303
(4001)
Principles of Finance3Keith HarveyOnlineeCampus
40619GENBUS 202
(4001)
The Legal Environ of Business3Susan ParkOnlineeCampus
40019GENBUS 450
(010)
Business Policies3Eric MattinglyMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
41348HIST 382
(015)
Themes in Non-Western History: Korean History & Culture3Carole SchroederMoTuWeThFr5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
40227HLTHST 215
(4001)
Introduction to Health Informatics3Linda OsgoodOnlineeCampus
40230HLTHST 215
(4002)
Introduction to Health Informatics3Linda OsgoodOnlineeCampus
42041HLTHST 497
(001)
ST: Community Mental Health3Theodore McDonaldMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40076HRM 305
(001)
Human Resource Management3Timothy DunneMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40600ITM 104
(010)
Operating Systems & Word Processing Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
40601ITM 105
(010)
Spreadsheet Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
40604ITM 106
(010)
Database Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
40796ITM 310
(002)
Business Intelligence3John WeeMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40018KINES 220
(4001)
Introduction to Athletic Injuries3David HammonsOnlineeCampus
40370LING 307
(4001)
Linguistics in Education3Michal MartinezOnlineeCampus
40112MGMT 301
(010)
Leadership Skills3Donald McNattMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40006MHLTHSCI 572
(010)
Grant Writing3Elizabeth FredericksenMoWe5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
42043MHLTHSCI 597
(001)
ST: Community Mental Health3Theodore McDonaldMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40004MKTG 301
(010)
Principles of Marketing3Shikhar SarinMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40425MKTG 430
(010)
International Marketing3Jason MacDonaldMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40408PSYC 101
(010)
General Psychology3Pennie SeibertMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40134PSYC 120
(4001)
Introduction to the Psychology Major2Craig LaudicinaOnlineeCampus
40135PSYC 309
(4001)
Child Development3Jennifer WeaverOnlineeCampus
41384PSYC 309
(4002)
Child Development3Jennifer WeaverOnlineeCampus
41699PSYC 357
(001)
Introduction to Counseling Skills3Matthew GenuchiMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40413PSYC 401
(002)
General Psychology Teaching Assistant3Pennie SeibertMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40136PSYC 431
(010)
Social Psychology3Mary PritchardMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
41700PSYC 497
(001)
ST: Community Mental Health3Theodore McDonaldMoTuWeThFr2:40 p.m.-5:25 p.m.Main Campus
40017PUBADM 532
(010)
Grant Writing3Elizabeth FredericksenMoWe5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
41821PUBADM 584
(001)
ST: State & Local Government: Politics & Administration3Nicholas FowlerMoTuWeThFr5:30 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40137SCM 345
(4001)
Principles of Operations Mgmt3Thomas GattikerOnlineeCampus
42345SCM 345
(4003)
Principles of Operations Management3Thomas GattikerOnlineeCampus
40610SOC 101
(4001)
Introduction to Sociology3Rebecca Som CastellanoOnlineeCampus
41653SOC 102
(4002)
Social Problems3Sarah MawhirterOnlineeCampus
40464SOC 431
(010)
Social Psychology3Mary PritchardMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40675STEM-ED 101
(010)
Step 11Matthew WigglesworthMoTuWeTh3 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40634THEA 230
(4001)
Devel of Theatre I: Classical3Teresa FocarileOnlineeCampus

Second 3-Week Session – July 22-August 11


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
41762CJ 321
(4001)
Criminal Law3Marc RuffinengoOnlineeCampus
41636ECON 501
(001)
Mathematics for Economists2Ke Chen, Samia IslamMoTuWeThFr11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40870ED-CIFS 503
(001)
Fund of Educational Research3Serena HicksMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.Main Campus
41428ED-CIFS 520
(015)
Found of Gifted & Talented3Jo HendersonArrdMain Campus
41429ED-CIFS 521
(015)
Gifted & Talented: Creative & Critical Thinking3Jo HendersonArrdMain Campus
41430ED-CIFS 522
(015)
Gifted & Talented: Social & Emotional Needs3Jo HendersonArrdMain Campus
41431ED-CIFS 539
(015)
Gifted & Talented: Curriculum3Jo HendersonArrdMain Campus
40420ENTREP 320
(4002)
Entrepreneurial Skills3Johnny McIntoshOnlineeCampus
40419GENBUS 450
(4002)
Business Policies3Johnny McIntoshOnlineeCampus
42352HIST 297
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
42396HIST 497
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
40152MGMT 301
(4002)
Leadership Skills3Christy SuciuOnlineeCampus
42358POLS 297
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
42359POLS 497
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
42290PUBADM 509
(015)
Public Policy Analysis3Christopher BirdsallTuTh5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
40611SOC 101
(4002)
Introduction to Sociology3Sarah MawhirterOnlineeCampus
41770SPS 297
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
41771SPS 497
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
40576UF 200
(004)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Elizabeth SwearingenMoTuWeThFr11:40 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
41761URBAN 297
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus
41755URBAN 497
(4001)
ST: Diversity in the City3Amanda AshleyOnlineeCampus

First 7-Week Session – May 6-June 23


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
40113ACCT 205
(001)
Introduction to Financial Accounting3Eric GoodenMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
41690ACCT 530
(4201)
Corporate Tax Law3Mark CowanOnlineeCampus
41816ACCT 540
(001)
Taxation of Nonprofits3Mark CowanMoWe5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
42087ACCT 597
(045)
ST: Accounting for Income Taxes3Ryan MarquezTuTh5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
40238ANTH 102
(4001)
Social-Cultural Anthropology3James NelsonOnlineeCampus
40239ANTH 103
(4001)
Introduction to Archaeology3Jacob FruhlingerOnlineeCampus
40366ANTH 306
(4001)
Kinship & Social Organization3John ZikerOnlineeCampus
41616ANTH 497
(4001)
ST: Fundamentals of Design Anthropology3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
42132ANTH 597
(4001)
ST: Fundamentals of Design Anthropology6Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40437ART 100
(001)
Introduction to Art3Stacie ChappellTuTh5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
40007ART 100
(4001)
Introduction to Art3Sarah HoglundOnlineeCampus
41692ARTHIST 301
(001)
19th Century Art History3Muffet JonesTuTh5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m.Main Campus
41101BAS 305
(4101)
Introduction to the Applied Sciences1Heather SandersOnlineeCampus
41100BAS 305
(4211)
Introduction to the Applied Sciences1Heather SandersOnlineeCampus
41105BAS 425
(4101)
Creating a Culture of Safety3Clinton WolfleyOnlineeCampus
41369BAS 425
(4201)
Creating a Culture of Safety3Clinton WolfleyOnlineeCampus
41104BAS 425
(4211)
Creating a Culture of Safety3Clinton WolfleyOnlineeCampus
41107BAS 495
(4101)
Capstone in Applied Sciences3Kimberly HarrisOnlineeCampus
41106BAS 495
(4211)
Capstone in Applied Sciences3Kimberly HarrisOnlineeCampus
40301BIOL 100
(4001)
Concepts of Biology4Linda BelthoffOnlineeCampus
40302BIOL 100
(4002)
Concepts of Biology4Linda BelthoffOnlineeCampus
42032BIOL 100
(4005)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
40320BIOL 100
(DEI1)
Concepts of Biology4Linda BelthoffOnlineeCampus
40321BIOL 100
(DEI2)
Concepts of Biology4Linda BelthoffOnlineeCampus
42033BIOL 100
(DEI5)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
40740BIOL 227
(4003)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Cory HanleyOnlineeCampus
40741BIOL 227
(DEI3)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Cory HanleyOnlineeCampus
40647BUSBTC 301
(4101)
Business Foundations I3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
41083BUSBTC 301
(4201)
Business Foundations I3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
41108BUSBTC 301
(4211)
Business Foundations I3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
40648BUSBTC 302
(4101)
Business Foundations II3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
41084BUSBTC 302
(4201)
Business Foundations II3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
41109BUSBTC 302
(4211)
Business Foundations II3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
40970BUSBTC 310
(4101)
Creating Value with People3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
41085BUSBTC 310
(4201)
Creating Value with People3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
41110BUSBTC 310
(4211)
Creating Value with People3John CrenshawOnlineeCampus
42206BUSBTC 320
(4102)
Creating Value for Customers3Vicque EbentheuerOnlineeCampus
42207BUSBTC 320
(4202)
Creating Value for Customers3Vicque EbentheuerOnlineeCampus
42208BUSBTC 320
(4212)
Creating Value for Customers3Vicque EbentheuerOnlineeCampus
40365BUSMBA 500
(4201)
Introduction & Business Foundations1Zeynep Hansen, Brian O'MorrowOnlineeCampus
40327BUSMBA 501
(4201)
Design Thinking & Strategic Mg4Christy SuciuOnlineeCampus
40917BUSMBA 520
(4201)
Global Economy: Policy & Trade4Geoffrey BlackOnlineeCampus
40918BUSMBA 545
(4201)
Legal Issues In Business4Michael BixbyOnlineeCampus
40173BUSMBA 555
(4201)
Business Plan Development4Jeff SugheirOnlineeCampus
42077BUSMGT 300
(4201)
Orientation1Kelly AndersonOnlineeCampus
42076BUSMGT 306
(4201)
Professional Communication for Mangaers3Lisa KleimanOnlineeCampus
41773BUSMGT 315
(4201)
Foundations of Management3Janet StephensOnlineeCampus
41776BUSMGT 342
(4201)
Strategic Tools3Kent NeupertOnlineeCampus
41778BUSMGT 347
(4201)
Law for Managers3Susan ParkOnlineeCampus
40148CJ 104
(4001)
Introduction to Corrections3Shaun GannOnlineeCampus
40348CJ 425
(4001)
Research Methods3Jessica WellsOnlineeCampus
41731COMM 101
(4001)
Fundamentals of Communication3Marisa HillOnlineeCampus
40910COMM 271
(4001)
Introduction to Media3Seth AshleyOnlineeCampus
40375COMM 341
(4101)
Nonverbal Communication3Makenzie PhillipsOnlineeCampus
41087COMM 341
(4201)
Nonverbal Communication3Makenzie PhillipsOnlineeCampus
41908COMM 341
(4211)
Nonverbal Communication3Makenzie PhillipsOnlineeCampus
40526COUN 294
(4001)
WK: Happiness2Leland SwansonOnlineeCampus
40034COUN 494
(4542)
WK: Violence in the Schools: Idaho Prevention-Intervention2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40074COUN 494
(4543)
WK: Harassment, Bullying & Cyber Intimidation in the Schools2Candyce ReynoldsOnlineeCampus
40035COUN 494
(4544)
WK: Drugs & Alcohol in the Schools: Understanding Substance Abuse2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40036COUN 494
(4552)
WK: Traumatized Child: Effects Lrn2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40037COUN 494
(4553)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40038COUN 494
(4554)
WK: Undrstndg Aggression: Coping2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40441CS 221
(001)
Computer Science II3Mason VailMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40404CS 253
(001)
Introduction to Systems Programming3Brian MerrickTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40405CS 321
(001)
Data Structures3Jyh-haw YehMoTuWe4:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m.Main Campus
40930CS 410
(001)
Databases3Michael LynottMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40438CS 421
(001)
Algorithms3Jyh-haw YehMoTuWe2:15 p.m.-4:05 p.m.Main Campus
40406CS 501
(001)
Computer Science Principles3Amit JainMoWe4:30 p.m.-7:15 p.m.Main Campus
41442CS 510
(001)
Databases3Michael LynottMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40609CS 518
(001)
Inclusive Strategies for Teaching2Sara HagenahTu6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
42203CS-HU 153
(045)
Navigating Computer Systems1Amit JainMo2:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m.Main Campus
41820ECE 210
(001)
Introduction to Electric Circuits3Bradley WhitakerTuWeTh7:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m.Main Campus
41822ECE 212
(001)
Circuit Analysis and Design3Marcus PearlmanMoWeFr10:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.Main Campus
41823ECE 212L
(001)
Circuit Analysis & Design Lab1Marcus PearlmanWeFr1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41638ECON 201
(4001)
Principles of Macroeconomics3Christine LoucksOnlineeCampus
41674ED-CIFS 458
(001)
Supervised Clinical Field Experience1-6Jennifer Snow-GeronoArrdMain Campus
40450ED-CIFS 494
(4540)
WK: Understanding and Implementing Common Core Standards3Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40101ED-CIFS 494
(4545)
WK: Differentiated Instruction3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40046ED-CIFS 494
(4550)
WK: Talent & Gifted: Work with High Achievers3Pamela BernardsOnlineeCampus
40047ED-CIFS 494
(4553)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children3Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40163ED-CIFS 494
(4557)
WK: Try DI: Plan & Prep Differetia3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40050ED-CIFS 494
(4558)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change3Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
42438ED-CIFS 566
(045)
Prf Yr-Gr 9-12 Teach Exp II12Jennifer Snow-GeronoArrdMain Campus
40452ED-CIFS 594
(4540)
WK: Understanding and Implementing Common Core Standards3Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40044ED-CIFS 594
(4550)
WK: Talent & Gifted: Work with High Achievers3Pamela BernardsOnlineeCampus
40164ED-CIFS 594
(4557)
WK: Try DI: Plan & Prep Differetia3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40085ED-CIFS 594
(4564)
WK: Teaching Elem Math Concept New Paradigm3Kimberly ChappellOnlineeCampus
40528ED-ESP 494
(4541)
WK: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40529ED-ESP 494
(4546)
WK: Autism & Asperger's Disorder2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40530ED-ESP 494
(4548)
WK: Infant & Toddler Mental Health2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40531ED-ESP 494
(4549)
WK: Inclusion: Work with Special Needs Students2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40532ED-ESP 494
(4553)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40533ED-ESP 494
(4555)
WK: Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for Classroom Teaching2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40534ED-ESP 494
(4556)
WK: Behavior is Language: Strategies Managing Disruptive Behavior2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40535ED-ESP 494
(4558)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40536ED-ESP 494
(4559)
WK: Educational Assessment: Student Learning2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40537ED-ESP 494
(4560)
WK: Teaching Diversity: Influences & Issues2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40821ED-ESP 494
(4589)
WK: Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40826ED-ESP 494
(4591)
WK: Early Childhood: Observe-Assessment2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40830ED-ESP 494
(4593)
WK: Early Childhood: Program Plan2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40834ED-ESP 494
(4595)
WK: Early Childhood: Typical-Atypical Development2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
41611ED-ESP 494
(4597)
WK: Response to Intervention: Academics & Behavior2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40548ED-ESP 594
(4541)
WK: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40549ED-ESP 594
(4546)
WK: Autism & Asperger's Disorder2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40550ED-ESP 594
(4548)
WK: Infant & Toddler Mental Health2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40551ED-ESP 594
(4549)
WK: Inclusion: Work with Special Needs Students2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40552ED-ESP 594
(4553)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40553ED-ESP 594
(4555)
WK: Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for Classroom Teaching2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40554ED-ESP 594
(4556)
WK: Behavior is Language: Strategies Managing Disruptive Behavior2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40555ED-ESP 594
(4558)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40556ED-ESP 594
(4559)
WK: Educational Assessment: Student Learning2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40557ED-ESP 594
(4560)
WK: Teaching Diversity: Influences & Issues2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40822ED-ESP 594
(4589)
WK: Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40827ED-ESP 594
(4591)
WK: Early Childhood: Observe-Assessment2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40831ED-ESP 594
(4593)
WK: Early Childhood: Program Plan2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40835ED-ESP 594
(4595)
WK: Early Childhood: Typical-Atypical Development2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40787EDTECH 202
(4001)
Teaching & Learning3Michele AlfieriOnlineeCampus
42249EDTECH 202
(4002)
Teaching & Learning3Michele AlfieriOnlineeCampus
40274EDTECH 501
(4201)
Introduction Educational Technology3Barbara SchroederOnlineeCampus
40277EDTECH 502
(4201)
Creating Educational Websites3Jui-long HungOnlineeCampus
40285EDTECH 504
(4201)
Theoretical Found of Educational Technology3Dazhi YangOnlineeCampus
40289EDTECH 512
(4201)
Online Course Design3Patrick LowenthalOnlineeCampus
40290EDTECH 521
(4201)
Online Teaching K-123Kerry RiceOnlineeCampus
42130EDTECH 538
(4201)
Maker Tech: Phys Comp Steam Ed3Yu-Chang HsuOnlineeCampus
40294EDTECH 542
(4201)
Tech-Supp Proj Based Learning3Youngkyun BaekOnlineeCampus
41622EDTECH 597
(4201)
ST: Rapid Course Development3Patrick LowenthalOnlineeCampus
40637EDTECH 601
(4201)
Doctoral Studies Orientation3Patrick LowenthalOnlineeCampus
42004EDTECH 602
(4202)
Emerging Trends in Educational Technology3Ross PerkinsOnlineeCampus
42289EDTECH 640
(4205)
Innovative Practices in Educational Technology1-3Patrick LowenthalOnlineeCampus
40581ENGL 101
(002)
Introduction to College Writing3Gina-Monica TomulescuMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41637ENGL 101P
(001)
Introduction to College Writing Plus4Gina-Monica TomulescuMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41641ENGL 101P
(A)
Introduction to College Writing Plus4Gina-Monica TomulescuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
42250ENGL 102
(4005)
College Writing & Research3Tiffany HitesmanOnlineeCampus
42113ENGL 102
(4201)
College Writing & Research3Kenya Jenkins FletcherOnlineeCampus
40588ENGL 110
(4001)
Literature and Ideas3Jennifer BlackOnlineeCampus
40803ENGL 202
(4002)
Introduction to Tech Comm3Debra PurdyOnlineeCampus
40804ENGL 202
(4003)
Introduction to Tech Comm3Debra PurdyOnlineeCampus
42296ENGL 202
(4006)
Intro to Tech Comm3David WillertonOnlineeCampus
42368ENGL 202
(4007)
Intro to Technical Communication3Debra PurdyOnlineeCampus
40807ENGL 275
(4001)
Methods of Literary Studies3Kimberly Carter-CramOnlineeCampus
41627ENGL 278
(4001)
Survey American Lierature: Civil War to Present3Stewart HughesOnlineeCampus
40240ENGR 100
(4001)
Energy for Society3Thaddeus WelchOnlineeCampus
40243ENVSTD 121
(4001)
Introduction to Environmental Studies3Mari RiceOnlineeCampus
40947ETHNO 460
(4101)
Ethnography Speed of Industry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41271ETHNO 460
(4201)
Ethnography Speed of Industry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40949ETHNO 461
(4101)
Ethical Ethnography1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41273ETHNO 461
(4201)
Ethical Ethnography1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40951ETHNO 462
(4101)
Asking and Listening1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41277ETHNO 462
(4201)
Asking and Listening1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40953ETHNO 463
(4101)
Contextual Inquiry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41275ETHNO 463
(4201)
Contextual Inquiry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40955ETHNO 464
(4101)
Just Enough Research1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41279ETHNO 464
(4201)
Just Enough Research1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40957ETHNO 465
(4101)
Ethnography for Design1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41281ETHNO 465
(4201)
Ethnography for Design1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40959ETHNO 466
(4101)
Planning Productive Fieldwork1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41285ETHNO 466
(4201)
Planning Productive Fieldwork1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40961ETHNO 467
(4101)
Going Deeper with Theory1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41283ETHNO 467
(4201)
Going Deeper with Theory1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40963ETHNO 468
(4101)
Lean and Rapid Reporting1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41287ETHNO 468
(4201)
Lean and Rapid Reporting1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40965ETHNO 469
(4101)
Design Ethnography Capstone3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41289ETHNO 469
(4201)
Design Ethnography Capstone3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40617GENBUS 202
(4002)
The Legal Environ of Business3Susan ParkOnlineeCampus
42103GEOS 201
(4001)
Introduction to Oceanography3David WilkinsOnlineeCampus
40627HIST 100
(4001)
Themes in World History Feast and Famine3Erik HadleyOnlineeCampus
41174HIST 101
(4001)
History of Western Civilization I3Erik HadleyOnlineeCampus
40244HLTHST 101
(4002)
Medical Terminology3Jeffrey AndersonOnlineeCampus
40245HLTHST 102
(4001)
Environmental Health3Thomas TurcoOnlineeCampus
40246HLTHST 207
(4001)
Nutrition3Leisa ZarianOnlineeCampus
40249HLTHST 300
(4001)
Pathophysiology4Omair ShamimOnlineeCampus
40250HLTHST 304
(4001)
Public Health3Thomas TurcoOnlineeCampus
40665HLTHST 314
(4201)
Health Law and Ethics BS Imaging Sciences3Karla CalumetOnlineeCampus
40307HLTHST 400
(DE01)
Interprofessional Capstone1Eppie LaBicheOnlineeCampus
42042HLTHST 497
(4001)
ST: Actively Aging3Jill ChonodyOnlineeCampus
40663HRM 305
(4201)
Human Resource Management3Gundars KaupinsOnlineeCampus
40587HUM 207
(4001)
Introduction to Humanities3Jennifer BlackOnlineeCampus
40818IMGSCI 408
(4201)
Sectional Anatomy in ImgSci3Leslie KendrickOnlineeCampus
42119KINES 140
(4001)
Personal Health3Taylor ThompsonOnlineeCampus
42279KINES 140
(4002)
Personal Health3Tina FreemanOnlineeCampus
40253KINES 140
(4201)
Personal Health3Tina FreemanOnlineeCampus
40913KINES 270
(4001)
Applied Anatomy3Stephanie HallOnlineeCampus
41744KINES 305
(4001)
Adapted Physical Education3Tyler JohnsonOnlineeCampus
41691LEAD 325
(4101)
Foundations of Leadership3Lacey HarrisOnlineeCampus
42049LEAD 325
(4201)
Foundations of Leadership3Lacey HarrisOnlineeCampus
42050LEAD 325
(4211)
Foundations of Leadership3Lacey HarrisOnlineeCampus
40309LING 305
(4001)
Introduction to Language Studies3Timothy ThornesOnlineeCampus
40380MATH 25
(001)
Elementary Algebra0Kevin MartinezMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40381MATH 25
(003)
Elementary Algebra0Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
41444MATH 25
(045)
Elementary Algebra0Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40383MATH 108
(002)
Intermediate Algebra3Kevin MartinezMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40384MATH 108
(004)
Intermediate Algebra3Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40387MATH 143
(001)
College Algebra3Kevin MartinezMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40388MATH 143
(002)
College Algebra3Kevin MartinezMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40389MATH 143
(003)
College Algebra3Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
40390MATH 143
(004)
College Algebra3Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40394MATH 144
(001)
Analytic Trigonometry2Kevin MartinezMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40395MATH 144
(002)
Analytic Trigonometry2Kevin MartinezMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40396MATH 144
(003)
Analytic Trigonometry2Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
40397MATH 144
(004)
Analytic Trigonometry2Kimberly Classen WilsonMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40410MATH 157
(001)
Number Operations for Teacher4Sasha WangMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40412MATH 160
(001)
Survey of Calculus4Kathrine JohnsonMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40415MATH 170
(001)
Calculus I: Concepts & Application4Jaechoul LeeMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40256MATH 175
(045)
Calculus II: Concepts & Application4Jaimos SkriletzMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40261MATH 275
(045)
Multivariable & Vector Calculus4Zachariah TeitlerMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40478MATH 333
(045)
Differentiated Equation with Matrix Theory4Jaimos SkriletzMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
40417MDS 300
(4101)
Communicating Universally3Alexis KenyonOnlineeCampus
41088MDS 300
(4201)
Communicating Universally3Alexis KenyonOnlineeCampus
42106MDS 397
(4101)
ST: Prior Learning Seminar1Yanice KirkendallOnlineeCampus
42107MDS 397
(4201)
ST: Prior Learning Seminar1Yanice KirkendallOnlineeCampus
42108MDS 397
(4211)
ST: Prior Learning Seminar1Yanice KirkendallOnlineeCampus
41093MDS 420
(4101)
Globalization3Michal YadlinOnlineeCampus
41094MDS 420
(4201)
Globalization3Michal YadlinOnlineeCampus
41113MDS 420
(4211)
Globalization3Michal YadlinOnlineeCampus
40632MDS 450
(4101)
Teamwork and Innovation3Tricia BurnsOnlineeCampus
41099MDS 450
(4201)
Teamwork and Innovation3Tricia BurnsOnlineeCampus
42201MDS 450
(4211)
Teamwork and Innovation3Tricia BurnsOnlineeCampus
41089MDS 495
(4101)
Capstone for BA in Multidisciplinary Studies3Angela WindfieldOnlineeCampus
41090MDS 495
(4201)
Capstone for BA in Multidisciplinary Studies3Angela WindfieldOnlineeCampus
42044MHLTHSCI 597
(4001)
ST: Actively Aging3Jill ChonodyOnlineeCampus
41896MUS 100
(4001)
Introduction to Music3Svetlana Nagachevskaya-MaddoxOnlineeCampus
40729N-SIM 503
(4201)
Simulation Practicum3Rosemary MacyArrdMain Campus
40729N-SIM 503
(4201)
Simulation Practicum3Kelley ConnorArrdMain Campus
42320NURS-RN 350
(4205)
Prof Transitions in Nursing RN3Eppie LaBicheOnlineeCampus
41792NURS-RN 422
(4201)
Care Coordination & Resource3Darlene AndersonOnlineeCampus
41794NURS-RN 422
(4203)
Care Coordination & Resource3Darlene AndersonOnlineeCampus
41795NURS-RN 428
(4201)
Nursing Roles in Health Aging2Lisa MiklushOnlineeCampus
41797NURS-RN 428
(4203)
Nursing Roles in Health Aging2Ejim SuleOnlineeCampus
41805NURS-RN 432
(4201)
Preparing Graduate/Practice2Lisa MiklushOnlineeCampus
41808NURS-RN 432
(4203)
Preparing Graduate/Practice2Shoni DavisOnlineeCampus
40907PHIL 101
(4001)
Contemporary Issues3Emma EasteppeOnlineeCampus
40330PHYS 111
(030)
General Physics I4Tiffany WatkinsMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40331PHYS 111
(A)
General Physics I4Tiffany WatkinsMoWe2:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m.Main Campus
40422PHYS 211
(045)
Physics I with Calculus4James BrennanMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40421PHYS 211L
(045)
Physics I with Calculus Lab1Stephan OlsonMoWe2:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m.Main Campus
40232POLS 101
(4001)
American National Government3Justin VaughnOnlineeCampus
40906POLS 200
(4001)
Introduction to Politics3Jeffrey LyonsOnlineeCampus
40174POLS 298
(4001)
Introduction to Political Inquiry3Ross BurkhartOnlineeCampus
40013RESPCARE 248
(035)
Summer Clinical Practicum1-3Jeffrey AndersonArrdMain Campus
42301RESPCARE 355
(4202)
Pro Comm in Health Care3Jody LesterOnlineeCampus
40251RESPCARE 432
(4101)
Critical Review of Health Care Research3Jody LesterOnlineeCampus
40252RESPCARE 432
(4201)
Critical Review of Health Care Research3Jody LesterOnlineeCampus
40257RESPCARE 440
(4101)
Senior Theory: Advanced Concepts3Karsten RobertsOnlineeCampus
40258RESPCARE 440
(4201)
Senior Theory: Advanced Concepts3Karsten RobertsOnlineeCampus
40886RESPCARE 442
(4101)
Sleep Medicine3Jennifer FreemanOnlineeCampus
40887RESPCARE 442
(4201)
Sleep Medicine3Jennifer FreemanOnlineeCampus
40880RESPCARE 445
(4101)
Patient Advocacy: Ethical Considerations3Renee KiourkasOnlineeCampus
40881RESPCARE 445
(4201)
Patient Advocacy: Ethical Considerations3Renee KiourkasOnlineeCampus
40612SOC 101
(4003)
Introduction to Sociology3Jeremy MaxandOnlineeCampus
42085SOC 101
(4201)
Introduction to Sociology3Jeremy MaxandOnlineeCampus
41907SOCWRK 497
(4001)
ST: Actively Aging3Jill ChonodyOnlineeCampus
40671SOCWRK 503
(4201)
Foundation Practice I3Scott ChynaOnlineeCampus
42015SOCWRK 503
(4202)
Foundation Practice I3Michaela OmelOnlineeCampus
40669SOCWRK 504
(4201)
Foundation Practice II3Leslie YaffaOnlineeCampus
42016SOCWRK 504
(4202)
Foundation Practice II3James BeaucheminOnlineeCampus
40839SOCWRK 505
(4201)
Social Welfare Policy3Laura BrownOnlineeCampus
42017SOCWRK 505
(4202)
Social Welfare Policy3Nicole O'ReillyOnlineeCampus
40846SOCWRK 513
(4201)
Advanced Issues in Human Diversity3Lori WatsenOnlineeCampus
40672SOCWRK 514
(4201)
Ethnicity Gender and Class2Matthew ReynoldsOnlineeCampus
42019SOCWRK 514
(4202)
Ethnicity Gender and Class2Amy StorchOnlineeCampus
40841SOCWRK 515
(4201)
Foundation Practice III3Royce HutsonOnlineeCampus
40863SOCWRK 525
(4201)
Advanced SW Interventions II: Individual3Scott CrandellOnlineeCampus
42021SOCWRK 525
(4202)
Advanced SW Interventions II: Individual3Jeni EmerizyOnlineeCampus
40847SOCWRK 529
(4201)
Research & Stats for Social Work3Savvas GeorgiadesOnlineeCampus
42349SOCWRK 529
(4202)
Research & Statistics for Social Work3Michael SlagelOnlineeCampus
40852SOCWRK 550
(4201)
Advanced Interventions I3Donna HatchOnlineeCampus
40853SOCWRK 550
(4202)
Advanced Interventions I3Amanda CutlerOnlineeCampus
40862SOCWRK 562
(4201)
School Social Work2Valerie HaddonOnlineeCampus
42038SOCWRK 566
(4201)
Trauma-Informed Practice2Alyssa ReynoldsOnlineeCampus
42039SOCWRK 566
(4202)
Trauma-Informed Practice2Alexia DeetzOnlineeCampus
41872SOCWRK 597
(4001)
ST: Actively Aging2Jill ChonodyOnlineeCampus
41655SPANISH 101
(002)
Elementary Spanish I4Rodolfo Prado PradoMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41666SPANISH 101
(A)
Elementary Spanish I4Fatima Cornwall, Amber HoyeMoTuWeTh8:40 a.m.-9:10 a.m.Main Campus
41649SPANISH 102
(001)
Elementary Spanish II4Gemma MorawskiMoTuWeTh11:10 a.m.-1 p.m.Main Campus
41667SPANISH 102
(A)
Elementary Spanish II4Fatima Cornwall, Amber HoyeMoTuWeTh10:30 a.m.-11 a.m.Main Campus
41650SPANISH 201
(001)
Intermediate Spanish I4Juan CarmonaMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41668SPANISH 201
(A)
Intermediate Spanish I4Fatima Cornwall, Amber HoyeMoTuWeTh11:35 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
41651SPANISH 202
(001)
Intermediate Spanish II4Juan CarmonaMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41669SPANISH 202
(A)
Intermediate Spanish II4Fatima Cornwall, Amber HoyeMoTuWeTh11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
41683SPANISH 430
(001)
Latin American Literature & Film: Nature & Environmental Issues3Adrian KaneMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40271THEA 101
(4002)
Introduction to Theatre3Ann PriceOnlineeCampus
40928THEA 301
(4001)
Directing I3Gordon ReinhartOnlineeCampus
40272UF 100
(4001)
Intellectual Foundations: The History & Future of Education3April KolmanOnlineeCampus
40577UF 200
(4004)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Tiffany Seeley-CaseOnlineeCampus
40736UF 200
(4006)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Megan LevadOnlineeCampus
42219UF 200
(4013)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Christy BowmanOnlineeCampus
42287UF 200
(4015)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Megan LevadOnlineeCampus

Second 7-Week Session – June 24-August 11


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
41175ACAD 102
(4001)
Academic Recovery and Success3Nicolas Diaz, Chelsee RohmillerOnlineeCampus
42069ACCT 514
(4201)
Advanced Managerial Accounting3Cristina BaileyOnlineeCampus
40462ANTH 103
(4002)
Introduction to Archaeology3Jacob FruhlingerOnlineeCampus
41614ANTH 303
(4001)
Hist & Theory in Anthropology3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40374ANTH 314
(4001)
Environmental Anthropology3Mitchell BrintonOnlineeCampus
40012ART 100
(4002)
Introduction to Art3Susan LattaOnlineeCampus
42370ART 100
(4004)
Introduction to Art3Susan LattaOnlineeCampus
42093ART 100
(4201)
Introduction to Art3Susan LattaOnlineeCampus
41103BAS 310
(4101)
Comm in the Applied Sciences3Kimberly HarrisOnlineeCampus
41102BAS 310
(4211)
Comm in the Applied Sciences3Kimberly HarrisOnlineeCampus
40305BIOL 100
(4003)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
40262BIOL 100
(4004)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
40322BIOL 100
(DEI3)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
40264BIOL 100
(DEI4)
Concepts of Biology4Troy RohnOnlineeCampus
41706BIOL 191
(001)
Biology I: Cell and Molecular4Alexander UrquhartMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40266BIOL 191
(A)
Biology I: Cell and Molecular4Peggy MartinezMoWe1 p.m.-3:50 p.m.Main Campus
42444BIOL 197
(030)
ST: Introduction to Cell & Molecular Biology1Alexander UrquhartArrdMain Campus
40738BIOL 228
(4002)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Cory HanleyOnlineeCampus
40739BIOL 228
(DEI2)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Cory HanleyOnlineeCampus
40639BIOL 320
(002)
Cell Biology3Kristen MitchellMoWe2:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m.Main Campus
40268BIOL 323
(030)
Ecology4Peter KoetsierMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40269BIOL 323
(A)
Ecology4Alexander UrquhartTuWe1 p.m.-3:50 p.m.Main Campus
40971BUSBTC 330
(4101)
Creating Value Investment3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
41086BUSBTC 330
(4201)
Creating Value Investment3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
41111BUSBTC 330
(4211)
Creating Value Investment3Frank IlettOnlineeCampus
41365BUSBTC 410
(4101)
Business Planning Applications3Michael RawdanOnlineeCampus
41366BUSBTC 410
(4201)
Business Planning Applications3Michael RawdanOnlineeCampus
41367BUSBTC 410
(4211)
Business Planning Applications3Michael RawdanOnlineeCampus
40175BUSMBA 500
(4202)
Introduction & Business Foundations1Zeynep Hansen, Brian O'MorrowOnlineeCampus
40172BUSMBA 501
(4202)
Design Thinking & Strategic Mg4Christy SuciuOnlineeCampus
41685BUSMBA 540
(4201)
Managing Successful Projects4Thomas OldOnlineeCampus
41686BUSMBA 550
(4201)
Operations & SCM4Regis TerpendOnlineeCampus
40368BUSMBA 555
(4202)
Business Plan Development4Jeff SugheirOnlineeCampus
41772BUSMGT 304
(4201)
Design Thinking3Johnny McIntoshOnlineeCampus
41774BUSMGT 317
(4201)
Managing Human Resources3Gundars KaupinsOnlineeCampus
41777BUSMGT 344
(4201)
Business Intelligence & Analytics3Christopher ScottOnlineeCampus
42094COMM 101
(4201)
Fundamentals of Communication3Marisa HillOnlineeCampus
41870COMM 271
(4002)
Introduction to Media3Laura Therese WoozleyOnlineeCampus
41897COMM 361
(4001)
Organizational Communication3John McClellanOnlineeCampus
40270COMM 390
(4001)
Conflict Management3Lacey HarrisOnlineeCampus
40527COUN 494
(4001)
WK: Building Social Confidence2Joann Swanson, Leland SwansonOnlineeCampus
40039COUN 494
(4567)
WK: Violence in the Schools: Idaho Prevention-Intervention2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40075COUN 494
(4568)
WK: Harassment, Bullying & Cyber Intimidation in the Schools2Candyce ReynoldsOnlineeCampus
40040COUN 494
(4569)
WK: Drugs & Alcohol in the Schools: Understanding Substance Abuse2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40041COUN 494
(4576)
WK: Traumatized Child: Effects Lrn2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40042COUN 494
(4577)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40043COUN 494
(4578)
WK: Undrstndg Aggression: Coping2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40732CS 117
(031)
C++ for Engineers3David ThompsonMoTuWeTh5:15 p.m.-6:40 p.m.Main Campus
42214CS 221
(002)
Computer Science II3Matthew ThomasMoTuWe2:15 p.m.-4:05 p.m.Main Campus
41439ECE 330
(030)
Microprocessors3Ali IbrahimMoWeFr6 p.m.-7:50 p.m.Main Campus
41440ECE 330L
(030)
Microprocessors Lab1Ali IbrahimTuTh6 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
41675ED-CIFS 458
(002)
Supervised Clinical Field Experience1-6Jennifer Snow-GeronoArrdMain Campus
40451ED-CIFS 494
(4565)
WK: Understanding and Implementing Common Core Standards3Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40102ED-CIFS 494
(4571)
WK: Differentiated Instruction3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40048ED-CIFS 494
(4574)
WK: Talent & Gifted: Work with High Achievers3Pamela BernardsOnlineeCampus
40049ED-CIFS 494
(4577)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children3Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40161ED-CIFS 494
(4581)
WK: Try DI: Plan & Prep Differetia3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40051ED-CIFS 494
(4582)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change3Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40453ED-CIFS 594
(4565)
WK: Understanding and Implementing Common Core Standards3Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40045ED-CIFS 594
(4574)
WK: Talent & Gifted: Work with High Achievers3Pamela BernardsOnlineeCampus
40162ED-CIFS 594
(4581)
WK: Try DI: Plan & Prep Differetia3Steve DahlOnlineeCampus
40086ED-CIFS 594
(4588)
WK: Teaching Elem Math Concept New Paradigm3Kimberly ChappellOnlineeCampus
41664ED-CIFS 692
(001)
Capstone Course1-6Esther EnrightArrdArrd
40538ED-ESP 494
(4566)
WK: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40539ED-ESP 494
(4570)
WK: Autism & Asperger's Disorder2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40540ED-ESP 494
(4572)
WK: Infant & Toddler Mental Health2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40541ED-ESP 494
(4573)
WK: Inclusion: Work with Special Needs Students2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40542ED-ESP 494
(4577)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40543ED-ESP 494
(4579)
WK: Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for Classroom Teaching2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40544ED-ESP 494
(4580)
WK: Behavior is Language: Strategies Managing Disruptive Behavior2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40545ED-ESP 494
(4582)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40546ED-ESP 494
(4583)
WK: Educational Assessment: Student Learning2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40547ED-ESP 494
(4584)
WK: Teaching Diversity: Influences & Issues2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40823ED-ESP 494
(4590)
WK: Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40828ED-ESP 494
(4592)
WK: Early Childhood: Observe-Assessment2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40832ED-ESP 494
(4594)
WK: Early Childhood: Program Plan2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40836ED-ESP 494
(4596)
WK: Early Childhood: Typical-Atypical Development2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
41612ED-ESP 494
(4598)
WK: Response to Intervention: Academics & Behavior2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40558ED-ESP 594
(4566)
WK: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40559ED-ESP 594
(4570)
WK: Autism & Asperger's Disorder2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40560ED-ESP 594
(4572)
WK: Infant & Toddler Mental Health2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40561ED-ESP 594
(4573)
WK: Inclusion: Work with Special Needs Students2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40562ED-ESP 594
(4577)
WK: Child Abuse: Working with Abused & Neglected Children2Joan HalverstadtOnlineeCampus
40563ED-ESP 594
(4579)
WK: Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for Classroom Teaching2Achuthan PillayOnlineeCampus
40564ED-ESP 594
(4580)
WK: Behavior is Language: Strategies Managing Disruptive Behavior2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40565ED-ESP 594
(4582)
WK: Advanced Classroom Management: Child as Change2Mick JacksonOnlineeCampus
40566ED-ESP 594
(4583)
WK: Educational Assessment: Student Learning2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40567ED-ESP 594
(4584)
WK: Teaching Diversity: Influences & Issues2Karen LeaOnlineeCampus
40825ED-ESP 594
(4590)
WK: Early Childhood: Family-Centered Services2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40829ED-ESP 594
(4592)
WK: Early Childhood: Observe-Assessment2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
40833ED-ESP 594
(4594)
WK: Early Childhood: Program Plan2Aumony DahlOnlineeCampus
40837ED-ESP 594
(4596)
WK: Early Childhood: Typical-Atypical Development2Marrea WinnegaOnlineeCampus
41928ED-LLC 200
(4001)
Cultural Diversity in School3Belma Sadikovic, Refik SadikovicOnlineeCampus
41618EDTECH 501
(4202)
Introduction Educational Technology3Kimberly Diane HallOnlineeCampus
40636EDTECH 502
(4202)
Creating Educational Websites3Lora EvanouskiOnlineeCampus
40286EDTECH 504
(4202)
Theoretical Found of Educational Technology3Kimberly Diane HallOnlineeCampus
40298EDTECH 513
(4201)
Multimedia3Kimberly Diane HallOnlineeCampus
40291EDTECH 522
(4201)
Online Teaching Adult Learners3Candace McGregorOnlineeCampus
40292EDTECH 537
(4201)
Blogging in the Classroom3Michael BarbourOnlineeCampus
40638EDTECH 602
(4201)
Emerging Trends in Educational Technology3Ross PerkinsOnlineeCampus
40280ENGL 102
(030)
College Writing & Research3Gina-Monica TomulescuMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40499ENGL 102
(033)
College Writing & Research3Dylan LambertMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
42114ENGL 102
(4202)
College Writing & Research3Kenya Jenkins FletcherOnlineeCampus
40247ENGL 202
(4004)
Introduction to Tech Comm3Michael MarkleyOnlineeCampus
41405ENGL 202
(4005)
Introduction to Tech Comm3Michael MarkleyOnlineeCampus
40519ENGR 100
(4002)
Energy for Society3Thaddeus WelchOnlineeCampus
40363ENVSTD 121
(4002)
Introduction to Environmental Studies3Mari RiceOnlineeCampus
40948ETHNO 460
(4102)
Ethnography Speed of Industry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41272ETHNO 460
(4202)
Ethnography Speed of Industry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40950ETHNO 461
(4102)
Ethical Ethnography1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41274ETHNO 461
(4202)
Ethical Ethnography1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40952ETHNO 462
(4102)
Asking and Listening1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41278ETHNO 462
(4202)
Asking and Listening1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40954ETHNO 463
(4102)
Contextual Inquiry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41276ETHNO 463
(4202)
Contextual Inquiry1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40956ETHNO 464
(4102)
Just Enough Research1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41280ETHNO 464
(4202)
Just Enough Research1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40958ETHNO 465
(4102)
Ethnography for Design1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41282ETHNO 465
(4202)
Ethnography for Design1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40960ETHNO 466
(4102)
Planning Productive Fieldwork1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41286ETHNO 466
(4202)
Planning Productive Fieldwork1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40962ETHNO 467
(4102)
Going Deeper with Theory1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41284ETHNO 467
(4202)
Going Deeper with Theory1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40964ETHNO 468
(4102)
Lean and Rapid Reporting1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41288ETHNO 468
(4202)
Lean and Rapid Reporting1Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
40966ETHNO 469
(4102)
Design Ethnography Capstone3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41290ETHNO 469
(4202)
Design Ethnography Capstone3Kendall HouseOnlineeCampus
41379HIST 101
(4002)
History of Western Civilization I3Elizabeth FeltonOnlineeCampus
40315HLTHST 101
(4001)
Medical Terminology3Kelly BeltzOnlineeCampus
40282HLTHST 207
(4002)
Nutrition3Marni McDowellOnlineeCampus
40768HLTHST 300
(4002)
Pathophysiology4Jennifer LeggettOnlineeCampus
40662HLTHST 304
(4201)
Public Health BS Imaging Sciences3Patrick GuzzleOnlineeCampus
40664HLTHST 382
(4201)
Research Methods in Health BS Imaging Sciences3Mary BossartOnlineeCampus
40491HLTHST 400
(4112)
Interprofessional Capstone1Roderick RobertsOnlineeCampus
40489HLTHST 400
(4202)
Interprofessional Capstone1Ava FarahanyOnlineeCampus
40492HLTHST 400
(4212)
Interprofessional Capstone1Roderick RobertsOnlineeCampus
40731HLTHST 400
(4221)
Interprofessional Capstone BS Imaging Sciences1Erica WightOnlineeCampus
40490HLTHST 400
(DE02)
Interprofessional Capstone1Ava FarahanyOnlineeCampus
40819IMGSCI 404
(4201)
Study of Diseases in ImgSci3Katheryn SeversonOnlineeCampus
40820IMGSCI 412
(4201)
Care and Advocacy in ImgSci2Erica WightOnlineeCampus
40442KINES 330
(001)
Exercise Physiology3Scott CongerMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40443KINES 331
(001)
Lab for Exercise Physiology1Scott CongerTh9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Main Campus
40444KINES 331
(002)
Lab for Exercise Physiology1Scott CongerTh1 p.m.-4 p.m.Main Campus
41176LEAD 326
(4101)
The Practice of Leadership3Leif NelsonOnlineeCampus
42051LEAD 326
(4201)
The Practice of Leadership3Leif NelsonOnlineeCampus
42052LEAD 326
(4211)
The Practice of Leadership3Leif NelsonOnlineeCampus
41745MAT 500
(001)
Foundations Athletic Training1David HammonsMo11:15 a.m.-1 p.m.Main Campus
41747MAT 503
(002)
Principles of Athletic Training4Philip FordMoWe8 a.m.-10:45 a.m.Main Campus
41746MAT 503
(A)
Principles of Athletic Training4Philip FordWe11:15 a.m.-1 p.m.Main Campus
41748MAT 505
(001)
Fundamentals of Clinical Diagnosis2David HammonsTuTh8 a.m.-9:50 a.m.Main Campus
40382MATH 25
(005)
Elementary Algebra0Diana KruseMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40385MATH 108
(006)
Intermediate Algebra3Diana KruseMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40386MATH 108
(008)
Intermediate Algebra3Amanda WilloughbyMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40391MATH 143
(005)
College Algebra3Diana KruseMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40392MATH 143
(006)
College Algebra3Diana KruseMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40393MATH 143
(008)
College Algebra3Amanda WilloughbyMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40398MATH 144
(005)
Analytic Trigonometry2Diana KruseMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40399MATH 144
(006)
Analytic Trigonometry2Diana KruseMoTuWe12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40400MATH 144
(008)
Analytic Trigonometry2Amanda WilloughbyMoTuWe6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
40314MATH 170
(030)
Calculus I: Concepts & Application4Jean SchneiderMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
40316MATH 175
(030)
Calculus II: Concepts & Application4Kyungduk KoMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
40485MATH 189
(030)
Discrete Mathematics4Maria VelasquezMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40318MATH 275
(030)
Multivariable & Vector Calculus4Jean SchneiderMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40319MATH 333
(030)
Differentiated Equation with Matrix Theory4Maria VelasquezMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
42101MDS 300
(4102)
Communicating Universally3Angela WindfieldOnlineeCampus
42102MDS 300
(4202)
Communicating Universally3Angela WindfieldOnlineeCampus
40633MDS 410
(4101)
Case Studies in Leadership3Amelia DavisOnlineeCampus
41091MDS 410
(4201)
Case Studies in Leadership3Amelia DavisOnlineeCampus
41112MDS 410
(4211)
Case Studies in Leadership3Amelia DavisOnlineeCampus
40457MDS 430
(4101)
Ethics3Konrad ZiesingOnlineeCampus
41096MDS 430
(4201)
Ethics3Konrad ZiesingOnlineeCampus
41114MDS 430
(4211)
Ethics3Konrad ZiesingOnlineeCampus
41097MDS 440
(4101)
Project Management and Design3Stephen HillOnlineeCampus
41098MDS 440
(4201)
Project Management and Design3Stephen HillOnlineeCampus
41115MDS 440
(4211)
Project Management and Design3Stephen HillOnlineeCampus
41172ME 320
(030)
Heat Transfer3Khosrow EbrahimiMoTuWe2:30 p.m.-4:20 p.m.Main Campus
41813NURS-RN 350
(4202)
Prof Transitions in Nursing RN3Britni CaminoOnlineeCampus
42083NURS-RN 350
(4204)
Professional Transitions in Nursing RN3Amy RabonOnlineeCampus
42323NURS-RN 350
(4206)
Prof Transitions in Nursing RN3Britni CaminoOnlineeCampus
41793NURS-RN 422
(4202)
Care Coordination & Resource3Michelle HicksOnlineeCampus
42080NURS-RN 422
(4204)
Care Coordination & Resource3Michelle HicksOnlineeCampus
41796NURS-RN 428
(4202)
Nursing Roles in Health Aging2Helen TaggartOnlineeCampus
41798NURS-RN 428
(4204)
Nursing Roles in Health Aging2Craig PooleOnlineeCampus
41806NURS-RN 432
(4202)
Preparing Graduate/Practice2Amy Drescher-CrumpleyOnlineeCampus
41809NURS-RN 432
(4204)
Preparing Graduate/Practice2Amy Drescher-CrumpleyOnlineeCampus
40333PHYS 112
(030)
General Physics II4Aaron SupMoTuWe9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
40621PHYS 112
(A)
General Physics II4Christopher ThomasMoWe11:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m.Main Campus
40423PHYS 212
(030)
Physics II with Calculus4Charles HannaMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:05 p.m.Main Campus
40424PHYS 212L
(030)
Physics II with Calculus Lab1John MartinTuTh2:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m.Main Campus
41307POLS 101
(4002)
American National Government3Julie VanDusky-AllenOnlineeCampus
41052POLS 305
(001)
Comparative Politics: Theories3Nisha BellingerTuTh2:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m.Main Campus
40111POLS 398
(4001)
Advanced Political Science Methods3Stephen UtychOnlineeCampus
40890RESPCARE 355
(4101)
Pro Comm in Health Care3Brian CaykoOnlineeCampus
40891RESPCARE 355
(4201)
Pro Comm in Health Care3Brian CaykoOnlineeCampus
40335RESPCARE 431
(4101)
Quality Improvement in Health3Roderick RobertsOnlineeCampus
40336RESPCARE 431
(4201)
Quality Improvement in Health3Roderick RobertsOnlineeCampus
40888RESPCARE 441
(4101)
Teach Tech Hlth Care Profess3Gayathri GopalakrishnanOnlineeCampus
40889RESPCARE 441
(4201)
Teach Tech Hlth Care Profess3Gayathri GopalakrishnanOnlineeCampus
40416RESPCARE 443
(4101)
Current Top in Resp Disease3D. Owen SeatzOnlineeCampus
40431RESPCARE 443
(4201)
Current Top in Resp Disease3D. Owen SeatzOnlineeCampus
40884RESPCARE 444
(4101)
Leadership-Management: Health Care Professionals3Thomas WingOnlineeCampus
40885RESPCARE 444
(4201)
Leadership-Management: Health Care Professionals3Thomas WingOnlineeCampus
40631SOC 390
(4001)
Conflict Management3Lacey HarrisOnlineeCampus
40848SOCWRK 506
(4201)
Program Leadership & Mgmt3Christine TiddensOnlineeCampus
40849SOCWRK 506
(4202)
Program Leadership & Mgmt3Nicole LangOnlineeCampus
40673SOCWRK 512
(4201)
HBSE I3Leslie YaffaOnlineeCampus
42018SOCWRK 512
(4202)
HBSE I3Gia TrotterOnlineeCampus
40840SOCWRK 521
(4201)
HBSE II3Megan Dardis-KunzOnlineeCampus
42020SOCWRK 521
(4202)
HBSE II3Heather WittOnlineeCampus
40854SOCWRK 526
(4201)
Evaluation & Treatment of Mental Disorders3Jill ChonodyOnlineeCampus
40855SOCWRK 526
(4202)
Evaluation & Treatment of Mental Disorders3James BeaucheminOnlineeCampus
40674SOCWRK 530
(4201)
Foundation of Research I2Melody HyppoliteOnlineeCampus
42022SOCWRK 530
(4202)
Foundation of Research I2Sally HagemanOnlineeCampus
40670SOCWRK 531
(4201)
Foundation of Research II2Michael SlagelOnlineeCampus
42023SOCWRK 531
(4202)
Foundation of Research II2Helen NicholsOnlineeCampus
40850SOCWRK 532
(4201)
Advanced Research3Royce HutsonOnlineeCampus
40851SOCWRK 532
(4202)
Advanced Research3Savvas GeorgiadesOnlineeCampus
42036SOCWRK 563
(4201)
Substance Use2Michelle SundquistOnlineeCampus
42236SOCWRK 563
(4202)
Substance Use2Cyndia GlorfieldOnlineeCampus
42037SOCWRK 565
(4201)
Social Work in Healthcare2Laura BrownOnlineeCampus
40346THEA 101
(4001)
Introduction to Theatre3Ann PriceOnlineeCampus
41358UF 100
(4003)
Intellectual Foundations: The History & Future of Education3April KolmanOnlineeCampus
41130UF 200
(4007)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Refik SadikovicOnlineeCampus
41181UF 200
(4009)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Thomas TurcoOnlineeCampus
42242UF 200
(4014)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Margaret SassOnlineeCampus
42331UF 200
(4016)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Refik SadikovicOnlineeCampus
42104UF 200
(4201)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Corinna Provant-RobishawOnlineeCampus
42332UF 200
(4202)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Refik SadikovicOnlineeCampus

First 5-Week Session – May 27-June 30


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
42088ACCT 304
(001)
Intermediate Accounting I3JoAnn WoodMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41617ANTH 105
(4002)
Evolution and Human Behavior3Kathryn WardenOnlineeCampus
42068ART 108
(001)
Art Foundations II3Matthew BrunicardiMoTuWeTh2 p.m.-5:45 p.m.Main Campus
42070ART 109
(001)
Foundation Drawing3Shawn EdringtonMoTuWeTh9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.Main Campus
41693ART 251
(001)
Introduction to Creative Photography3Matthew BrunicardiMoTuWeTh9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.Main Campus
41708BIOL 100
(001)
Concepts of Biology4Peggy MartinezMoTuWeTh7:20 a.m.-9:20 a.m.Main Campus
41735BIOL 100
(002)
Concepts of Biology4Peggy MartinezTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
42223BIOL 115
(001)
Concepts of Biology Laboratory1StaffArrdMain Campus
40022BIOL 227
(001)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Marilyn KoobMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40143BIOL 227
(002)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Danny EbertMoTuWeTh4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.Main Campus
40103BIOL 227
(4001)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40487BIOL 227
(4002)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40023BIOL 227
(A)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Cory HanleyTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-3:05 p.m.Main Campus
40069BIOL 227
(C)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Danny EbertTuWeTh1 p.m.-3:50 p.m.Main Campus
40070BIOL 227
(D)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Samantha KirkendallTuWeTh6:40 p.m.-9:30 p.m.Main Campus
40104BIOL 227
(DEI1)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40488BIOL 227
(DEI2)
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40053BIOL 320
(001)
Cell Biology3Robert RychertMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40817BUSCOM 201
(001)
Business Communication3Trasi MullinMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40710BUSCOM 201
(4002)
Business Communication3Joel VallettOnlineeCampus
40090BUSSTAT 207
(001)
Statistical Tech Decision Making I3Eliot SmithMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40598BUSSTAT 208
(002)
Statistical Tech Decision Making II3Eliot SmithMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40220CHEM 101
(001)
Essentials of Chemistry I3Owen McDougalMoTuWeTh10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Main Campus
40080CHEM 101L
(001)
Essentials of Chemistry I Lab1Kathleen MukengeziMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.Main Campus
40625CHEM 111
(003)
General Chemistry I3Henry CharlierMoTuWeTh10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Main Campus
40066CHEM 111L
(001)
General Chemistry I Laboratory1Christel StarryMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.Main Campus
40081CHEM 111L
(002)
General Chemistry I Laboratory1Katri SwansonMoTuWe1:30 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Main Campus
40897CHEM 112
(001)
General Chemistry II3Henry CharlierMoTuWeTh1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.Main Campus
40206CHEM 112L
(001)
General Chemistry II Lab1Dalton ComptonMoTuWe10:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.Main Campus
40207CHEM 307
(001)
Organic Chemistry I3Don WarnerMoTuWeTh11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.Main Campus
40208CHEM 308
(001)
Organic Chemistry I Lab2Theodore BroylesMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-11:10 a.m.Main Campus
41741CJ 304
(4001)
Overview of Vicitimization3Lisa BostaphOnlineeCampus
41763CJ 497
(4001)
ST: Criminal Violence3Laura KingOnlineeCampus
41694COMM 101
(002)
Fundamentals of Communication3Amy ArellanoMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41742COMM 160
(001)
Communication and Culture3Christina IveyMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41842COMM 278
(4001)
Principles of Public Relations3MaryFrances CasperOnlineeCampus
41843COMM 364
(4001)
Visual Communication3MaryFrances CasperOnlineeCampus
40992COMM 390
(002)
Conflict Management3Ashley OrmeMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40978COMM 487
(4001)
Studies in Media Theory Hip Hop Culture and Sport Comm3Laurel TraynowiczOnlineeCampus
41402COMM 497
(4001)
ST: Hip Hop Culture and Sport Comm3Laurel TraynowiczOnlineeCampus
40031COUN 504
(001)
Measurement and Evaluation3Mary CampbellMoWe4 p.m.-9 p.m.Main Campus
41996CS-HU 310
(001)
Introduction to Database Systems1Michael EkstrandTuTh12 p.m.-1:15 p.m.Main Campus
40458DISPUT 390
(002)
Conflict Management3Ashley OrmeMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41640ECON 202
(4001)
Principles of Microeconomics3Anne WalkerOnlineeCampus
40791ECON 303
(4001)
Intermediate Microeconomics3Geoffrey BlackOnlineeCampus
41635ECON 317
(4001)
International Economics3Geoffrey BlackOnlineeCampus
41657ED-CIFS 201
(001)
Foundations of Education3Alan ZenkertMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41642ED-CIFS 333
(001)
Elementary Science Curriculum & Instruction3Sarah AndersonMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
42222ED-CIFS 581
(001)
ST: Special Educ Admin Internship6Jennifer Anderson, Kelly CrossTh, Sa6 p.m.- 8 p.m., 8 a.m.-3 p.m.Main Campus
40864ED-ESP 510
(4101)
Foundations of Practice3Jeremy FordOnlineeCampus
40570ED-ESP 513
(4101)
Family Systems & Collaboration3Patricia HampshireOnlineeCampus
40569ED-ESP 557
(4101)
Universal Dsgn & Assist Technl3Michael HumphreyOnlineeCampus
41646ED-ESP 574
(4101)
Professional Practice IV1-3Michael HumphreyOnlineeCampus
42133ED-LLC 302
(001)
Developing Biliteracy in the B3Arturo RodriguezMoTuWeTh11:50 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
41767ED-LLC 504
(001)
Literature for Bilingual & English Language Learners3Arturo RodriguezMoTuWeTh11:50 a.m.-2:25 p.m.Main Campus
40575ED-LLC 549
(4001)
ID Comprehensive Literacy Course3Kristin OostraOnlineeCampus
42405ED-LLC 597
(1154)
ST: Spanish Literature for Educato5Claudia PeraltaOnlineeCampus
42439ED-LLC 597
(1155)
ST: Spanish for Educators5Claudia PeraltaOnlineeCampus
40145EDU 610
(001)
The American Cult/Context Schl3Kathleen BudgeMoTuWeTh9:55 a.m.-12:20 p.m.Main Campus
40147EDU 650
(001)
Analysis or Research Perspective3Jonathan BrendefurMoTuWeTh7:20 a.m.-9:45 a.m.Main Campus
40281ENGL 102
(031)
College Writing & Research3Carrie SeymourMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40486ENGL 102
(032)
College Writing & Research3Margaret BundyMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41623ENGL 201
(001)
Nonfiction Writing3Carrie SeymourMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40254ENGL 202
(4001)
Introduction to Tech Comm3Margaret BundyOnlineeCampus
41629ENGL 304
(001)
Argument3Melissa KeithMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41632ENGL 392
(4001)
Film and Literature3Jeffrey WestoverOnlineeCampus
40460ENTREP 320
(4001)
Entrepreneurial Skills3Johnny McIntoshOnlineeCampus
40743FINAN 303
(4002)
Principles of Finance3Robert RoarkOnlineeCampus
41817FINAN 411
(001)
Capital Budgeting and Planning3David BourffMoTuWeTh2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41620FORLNG 397
(001)
ST: Empire in Transition: 5th Century Rome3Karen WadleyMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
42054GENBUS 101
(4001)
Business for New Generation3Robert MorganOnlineeCampus
41026GENBUS 202
(001)
The Legal Environ of Business3Nate PetersonMoTuWe6 p.m.-8:55 p.m.Main Campus
41785GENBUS 302
(001)
Commercial Law3Mark BuchananMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41787GENBUS 441
(001)
Business In Society3Mark BuchananMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40500GENBUS 450
(4001)
Business Policies3Kent NeupertOnlineeCampus
40088GEOG 102
(4001)
Cultural Geography3Debra MatthewsOnlineeCampus
40572GEOG 200
(4001)
The Global Neighborhood3Debra MatthewsOnlineeCampus
42060GLOBAL 101
(4001)
Conflict, Cooperation, & Change3Steven FeldsteinOnlineeCampus
41749HIST 102
(4003)
History of Western Civilization II3Nicholas MillerOnlineeCampus
41752HIST 381
(001)
Themes History of the Americas3Raymond KrohnMoTuWe6 p.m.-8:55 p.m.Main Campus
41873HIST 397
(001)
ST: Empire in Transition: 5th Century Rome3Karen WadleyMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40603ITM 105
(001)
Spreadsheet Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
40606ITM 106
(001)
Database Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
41437ITM 310
(4002)
Business Intelligence3John WeeOnlineeCampus
40409MATH 123
(001)
Quantitative Reasoning3Kathrine JohnsonMoTuWe6 p.m.-8:55 p.m.Main Campus
40142MATH 254
(001)
Introduction to Statistics3Kyungduk KoMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40608MATH 361
(001)
Probability and Statistics I3Jaechoul LeeMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40106MBA 549
(001)
Successful Project Management3Thomas OldTuTh5:30 p.m.-9:55 p.m.Main Campus
40107MBA 550
(001)
Opportunity Assessment II1Nicholas St JohnMo6 p.m.-9:25 p.m.Main Campus
40191MBA 562
(001)
Business Modeling3Phillip FryTuTh5:30 p.m.-9:55 p.m.Main Campus
40192MBA 565
(001)
Feasibility and Planning III1Almon Balkins IIIMo6 p.m.-9:25 p.m.Main Campus
40153MGMT 301
(4001)
Leadership Skills3Timothy DunneOnlineeCampus
42047MHLTHSCI 572
(4001)
Grant Writing3Elizabeth FredericksenOnlineeCampus
40150MKTG 301
(001)
Principles of Marketing3David BourffMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40151MKTG 420
(001)
Marketing Management3David BourffMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41810NURS-RN 306
(4201)
E-Learning Preparation1Betty MillerOnlineeCampus
41799NURS-RN 430
(4201)
Current Trends in Nursing Prep for a Financially Savvy1Ava FarahanyOnlineeCampus
41801NURS-RN 430
(4203)
Current Trends in Nursing Prep for a Financially Savvy1Lindsey WallgrenOnlineeCampus
41802NURS-RN 430
(4204)
Current Trends in Nursing Palliative Care1Crissy HunterOnlineeCampus
41713OPWL 588
(4201)
ST: Library Skills Research1Carol PorterOnlineeCampus
40909PHIL 101
(4002)
Contemporary Issues3Ann JohnsonOnlineeCampus
40068PSYC 295
(4001)
Statistical Methods3Scott ArmentroutOnlineeCampus
40087PSYC 301
(001)
Abnormal Psychology3Gerald BellMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40077PSYC 351
(4001)
Personality3Eric EversonOnlineeCampus
42233PUBADM 512
(001)
IT and Public Policy3Kevin IwersenMoTuWe6 p.m.-8:55 p.m.Main Campus
42164PUBADM 532
(4001)
Grant Writing3Elizabeth FredericksenOnlineeCampus
41678SCM 366
(001)
Supply Chain Analytics3Phillip FryMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40445SCM 435
(001)
Project Management3Christopher ScottMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41652SOC 101
(4004)
Introduction to Sociology3Sarah MawhirterOnlineeCampus
40005SOC 102
(4001)
Social Problems3Desiree BrunetteOnlineeCampus
40459SOC 390
(002)
Conflict Management3Ashley OrmeMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
41663SOC 397
(002)
ST: Empire in Transition: 5th Century Rome3Karen WadleyMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40676STEM-ED 102
(001)
Step 21Janette SmithMoTuWe3 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Main Campus
41687THEA 220
(001)
Cinema History and Aesthetics3Richard KlautschMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40929THEA 350
(001)
Screenwriting3Philip AtlaksonMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40109UF 100
(011)
Intellectual Foundations: The History & Future of Education3Jennifer BlackMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40724UF 100
(020)
Intellectual Foundations: The History & Future of Education3Stephanie CoxMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40110UF 200
(001)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Christine KloverMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40465UF 200
(003)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Dora RamirezMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40440UF 200
(4001)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Christine KloverOnlineeCampus
40498UF 200
(4003)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Gregory HeinzmanOnlineeCampus
40727UF 200
(4005)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Christine KloverOnlineeCampus
41180UF 200
(4008)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Tiffany HitesmanOnlineeCampus
41359UF 200
(4010)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Gregory HeinzmanOnlineeCampus
41394UF 200
(4011)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Mari RiceOnlineeCampus
42245VIP 200
(004)
Vertically Integrated Projects Fostering Kindness in Rural Schools2Katie AzevedoArrdMain Campus
42246VIP 400
(004)
Vertically Integrated Projects Fostering Kindness in Rural Schools2Katie AzevedoArrdMain Campus
42247VIP 500
(004)
Vertically Integrated Projects Fostering Kindness in Rural Schools2Katie AzevedoArrdMain Campus

Second 5-Week Session – July 1-August 4


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
40613ACCT 206
(001)
Introduction to Managerial Account3Cristina BaileyMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40235ANTH 105
(4001)
Evolution and Human Behavior3Kathryn WardenOnlineeCampus
42073ART 107
(020)
Art Foundations I3Matthew BrunicardiMoTuWeTh9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.Main Campus
40020BIOL 205
(001)
Introductory Microbiology4Kristen MitchellMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40213BIOL 205
(A)
Introductory Microbiology4Robert RychertTuTh2:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m.Main Campus
40052BIOL 205
(B)
Introductory Microbiology4Jessica SchoenwaldTuTh6 p.m.-8:50 p.m.Main Campus
40144BIOL 228
(021)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Danny EbertMoTuWeTh4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.Main Campus
40193BIOL 228
(4001)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40029BIOL 228
(B)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Danny EbertTuWeTh1 p.m.-3:50 p.m.Main Campus
40071BIOL 228
(C)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Samantha KirkendallTuWeTh6:40 p.m.-9:30 p.m.Main Campus
40194BIOL 228
(DEI1)
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
42568BIOL 297
(001)
ST: Introductory Microbiology Lab1Kristen MitchellArrdMain Campus
40105BIOL 310
(020)
Genetics3Crystal ScottMoTuWeTh6 p.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
42226BRNCOFIT 165
(020)
Weight Training I1Adam HermannArrdMain Campus
40749BUSCOM 201
(4001)
Business Communication3Trasi MullinOnlineeCampus
40079BUSSTAT 208
(4001)
Statistical Tech Decision Making II3Tracie LeeOnlineeCampus
40427CHEM 111
(020)
General Chemistry I3Kristine SligarMoTuWeTh1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.Main Campus
40139CHEM 111L
(020)
General Chemistry I Laboratory1Dalton ComptonMoTuWe10:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.Main Campus
40140CHEM 112
(020)
General Chemistry II3Henry CharlierMoTuWeTh1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.Main Campus
40921CHEM 112
(023)
General Chemistry II3Henry CharlierMoTuWeTh10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Main Campus
40067CHEM 112L
(022)
General Chemistry II Lab1Kevin ShumardMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.Main Campus
40359CHEM 112L
(024)
General Chemistry II Lab1Katri SwansonMoTuWe10:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.Main Campus
40209CHEM 309
(020)
Organic Chemistry II3Eric Brown, Jeunghoon LeeMoTuWeTh11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.Main Campus
40210CHEM 310
(020)
Organic Chemistry II Lab2Theodore BroylesMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-11:10 a.m.Main Campus
40873CJ 101
(4001)
Introduction to Criminal Justice3Amelia KirklandOnlineeCampus
42338CJ 317
(4001)
Juvenile Justice3Marianne Hudson-VenableOnlineeCampus
41695COMM 101
(003)
Fundamentals of Communication3Christine MooreMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41841COMM 397
(001)
ST: Japanese Culture Through Film3Shoko AsayMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
42097CS 111
(001)
Introduction to Programming3Kathleen Bosch-WilsonMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
42003CS-HU 250
(001)
Introduction to Version Control1Shane PanterMoWe12 p.m.-1:15 p.m.Main Campus
41630ECON 201
(002)
Principles of Macroeconomics3John ChurchMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40054ECON 202
(020)
Principles of Microeconomics3John ChurchMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40484ED-ESP 540
(4101)
Disability: Special Education & Law3Juli PoolOnlineeCampus
40568ED-ESP 556
(4101)
Evidence-Based Practices for Special Education3Patricia HampshireOnlineeCampus
41381ED-ESP 571
(4101)
Professional Practice I1-3Nichole Kristensen, Whitney SchexniderOnlineeCampus
41356ED-LLC 503
(1154)
Applied Theory Fundamentals of Bilingual Education3Elizabeth MeadorOnlineeCampus
41357ED-LLC 503
(1155)
Applied Theory Fundamentals of Bilingual Education3Elizabeth MeadorOnlineeCampus
40806ENGL 206
(001)
Fiction Writing3Mitchell WielandMoTuWe6 p.m.-8:55 p.m.Main Campus
42098ENGL 401
(4001)
Advanced Nonfiction Writing3Clyde MoneyhunOnlineeCampus
41633ENGL 401G
(4001)
Advanced Nonfiction Writing3Clyde MoneyhunOnlineeCampus
40115FINAN 450
(4001)
Investment Management3Robert RoarkOnlineeCampus
41645FORLNG 397
(002)
ST: Japanese Culture Through Film3Shoko AsayMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40716GENBUS 450
(4003)
Business Policies3Kent NeupertOnlineeCampus
40628HIST 102
(4002)
History of Western Civilization II3Nicholas MillerOnlineeCampus
40813HUM 207
(4002)
Introduction to Humanities3Elizabeth CookOnlineeCampus
40602ITM 105
(002)
Spreadsheet Topics1Eliot SmithArrdMain Campus
41757ITM 310
(4001)
Business Intelligence3Julie HeitheckerOnlineeCampus
42403KINES 532
(020)
Applied Sport Psychology3Eric MartinArrdMain Campus
41764MATHED 523
(001)
Teaching & Learning Algebra & Functions3Margaret KinzelMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m.Main Campus
41765MATHED 526
(001)
Teaching & Learning Statistics3Joseph ChampionMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41696MKTG 497
(4001)
ST: Brand Management3William WynneOnlineeCampus
41811NURS-RN 306
(4202)
E-Learning Preparation1Corey NelsonOnlineeCampus
41800NURS-RN 430
(4202)
Current Trends in Nursing Prep for a Financially Savvy1Lindsey WallgrenOnlineeCampus
41803NURS-RN 430
(4205)
Current Trends in Nursing Palliative Care1Lisa MiklushOnlineeCampus
41714OPWL 589
(4201)
ST: Virtual Teams1Angela WolthuisOnlineeCampus
40902PHIL 102
(4001)
Great Thinkers3Ann JohnsonOnlineeCampus
40094PSYC 101
(4001)
General Psychology3Craig LaudicinaOnlineeCampus
40411PSYC 331
(001)
The Psychology of Health3Scott ArmentroutMoTuWeTh7:20 a.m.-9:20 a.m.Main Campus
40591PSYC 401
(001)
General Psychology Teaching Assistant3Craig LaudicinaArrdMain Campus
41819PUBADM 501
(001)
Public Policy Process3Eric LindquistMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40786RADSCI 376
(001)
Clinic Experience4Orland StaleyWe8 a.m.-11 a.m.Main Campus
40061RADSCI 376
(020)
Clinic Experience4Erica WightTu1 p.m.-4 p.m.Main Campus
40062RADSCI 376
(021)
Clinic Experience4Erica WightTu8 a.m.-11 a.m.Main Campus
40063RADSCI 376
(022)
Clinic Experience4Catherine MastersWe1 p.m.-4 p.m.Main Campus
40524RESPCARE 248
(040)
Summer Clinical Practicum1-3Jeffrey AndersonArrdMain Campus
41697SCM 345
(4002)
Principles of Operations Mgmt3Regis TerpendOnlineeCampus
41654SOC 361
(4001)
Sociology of Work3Sharon PatersonOnlineeCampus
41656SOC 397
(001)
ST: Japanese Culture Through Film3Shoko AsayMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
41688THEA 220
(002)
Cinema History and Aesthetics3Richard KlautschMoTuWeTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40108UF 100
(010)
Intellectual Foundations: Exploring Science Fiction3Christopher MichasMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
42401UF 100
(012)
Intellectual Foundations Exploring Science Fiction3Christopher MichasMoTuWeTh10 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
40237UF 200
(002)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Kristina JensenMoTuWeTh12:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m.Main Campus
40480UF 200
(4002)
Civic and Ethical Foundations3Elizabeth CookOnlineeCampus

10-Week Session – May 27-August 4


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
40092ANTH 216
(4001)
Magic Witchcraft and Religion3John ZikerOnlineeCampus
40093ART 100
(4003)
Introduction to Art3Erin CunninghamOnlineeCampus
40259ASL 101
(4001)
American Sign Language I4Stefanie SalternOnlineeCampus
40260ASL 101
(DEI1)
American Sign Language I4Stefanie SalternOnlineeCampus
40211BIOL 107
(4001)
Introduction to Human Biology4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
40212BIOL 107
(DEI1)
Introduction to Human Biology4Marilyn KoobOnlineeCampus
42225BRNCOFIT 165
(035)
Weight Training I1Adam HermannArrdMain Campus
40934CE 320
(001)
Principles of Environ Engineering3Sondra MillerTuWeTh10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.Main Campus
40935CE 321
(001)
Principles of Envr Engineering Lab1Sondra MillerWeTh2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42353CE 352
(035)
Structures I3Brent SchillerMoTu4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.Main Campus
40015CJ 491
(035)
Field Work I3James KernsTu3 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Main Campus
40016CJ 492
(035)
Field Work II3James KernsArrdMain Campus
40369COMM 341
(4001)
Nonverbal Communication3Makenzie PhillipsOnlineeCampus
40461COMM 362
(4001)
Media Law and Ethics3Ricky MooreOnlineeCampus
40233COMM 390
(4002)
Conflict Management3Cathlene McGrawOnlineeCampus
40402CS 121
(035)
Computer Science I3Kathleen Bosch-WilsonMoWe4:30 p.m.-6:20 p.m.Main Campus
40403CS 121L
(035)
Computer Science I Lab1Kathleen Bosch-WilsonMoWe11:15 a.m.-2 p.m.Main Campus
40946ED-CIFS 578
(001)
Learning System Change6Kelly CrossMoTuWeThFrMoTuWe8 a.m.-3 p.m.Main Campus
41660ED-CIFS 578
(002)
Learning System Change6Kelly Cross, Timothy LoweMoTuWeThFrMoTuWe8 a.m.-3 p.m.Main Campus
41553ED-LLC 692
(035)
Capstone Course1-4Roger StewartArrdMain Campus
40279EDTECH 503
(4201)
Instructional Design3Sally BaldwinOnlineeCampus
40287EDTECH 505
(4201)
Evaluation Educational Technologists3John ThompsonOnlineeCampus
40288EDTECH 505
(4202)
Evaluation Educational Technologists3John ThompsonOnlineeCampus
40293EDTECH 541
(4201)
Integrating Teaching in the Classroom Curriculum3Jaclyn GersteinOnlineeCampus
41621EDTECH 542
(4202)
Tech-Supp Proj Based Learning3Kerry RiceOnlineeCampus
40296EDTECH 543
(4201)
Social Network Learning3Jaclyn GersteinOnlineeCampus
42276EDTECH 640
(4203)
Innovative Practices in Ed Tec1-3Jesus TrespalaciosOnlineeCampus
42441EDTECH 640
(4207)
Innovative Practices in Educational Technology1-3Brett SheltonOnlineeCampus
40367ENGL 101
(4001)
Introduction to College Writing3Marian ThomasOnlineeCampus
41707ENGL 102
(4001)
College Writing & Research3Jill HeneyOnlineeCampus
40722ENGL 102
(4002)
College Writing & Research3Ruth SalterOnlineeCampus
41354ENGL 102
(4003)
College Writing & Research3Jill HeneyOnlineeCampus
42397ENGR 120
(003)
Introduction to Engineering3Brian HigginsArrdMain Campus
42217GENDER 480
(4001)
Seminar in Gender Studies Sociology of Aging3John VerburgOnlineeCampus
40248HLTHST 280
(4201)
Introduction to Statistical Methods3Jason DroeschOnlineeCampus
42336HLTHST 280
(4202)
Introduction to Statistical Methods3Jason DroeschOnlineeCampus
40284HLTHST 314
(4001)
Health Law and Ethics3Andrew HyerOnlineeCampus
42218HLTHST 356
(4001)
Community-Based Prevent Method3Lillian SmithOnlineeCampus
40317HLTHST 382
(4001)
Research Methods in Health3Gail FyanesOnlineeCampus
40456HLTHST 382
(4002)
Research Methods in Health3Rhiannon AveryOnlineeCampus
40483HLTHST 382
(4003)
Research Methods in Health3Omair ShamimOnlineeCampus
40401HLTHST 400
(4001)
Interprofessional Capstone1Jaime SandOnlineeCampus
40308HLTHST 410
(4001)
Health and Aging3Emily AustinOnlineeCampus
40008HLTHST 480
(4001)
Epidemiology3Joanna McCormackOnlineeCampus
40509HLTHST 480
(4002)
Epidemiology3Jennifer LeggettOnlineeCampus
40009HLTHST 480G
(4001)
Epidemiology3Joanna McCormackOnlineeCampus
42105HONORS 392
(4001)
Honors Colloquium Exploring Japan-Hist Fiction3Lindsay WoodsOnlineeCampus
40578JAPANESE 101
(4001)
Elementary Japanese I4Shoko AsayOnlineeCampus
40579JAPANESE 101
(DEI1)
Elementary Japanese I4Shoko AsayOnlineeCampus
40311MATH 108
(4001)
Intermediate Algebra3Mary YoungOnlineeCampus
40432MATH 123
(4001)
Quantitative Reasoning3Mandy McDanielOnlineeCampus
40312MATH 143
(4001)
College Algebra3Pamela HowardOnlineeCampus
40313MATH 144
(4001)
Analytic Trigonometry2Pamela HowardOnlineeCampus
40433MATH 160
(4001)
Survey of Calculus4Scott AndrewsOnlineeCampus
40434MATH 170
(4001)
Calculus I: Concepts & Application4Jason SmithOnlineeCampus
40435MATH 254
(4001)
Introduction to Statistics3Scott AndrewsOnlineeCampus
42075ME 350
(035)
Engineering Mechanics3Joseph GuarinoTuTh9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.Main Campus
40229NURS 518
(4201)
Health Assessment2Nicole LegereOnlineeCampus
40267NURS 520
(4201)
Professional Role3Jennifer StockOnlineeCampus
41460NURS 522
(4201)
Concepts of Population Nursing3Jennifer StockOnlineeCampus
40436NURS 532
(4201)
Leadership3Jessica HaffordOnlineeCampus
41779NURS-RN 392
(4201)
Nursing Research3Crissy HunterOnlineeCampus
41781NURS-RN 392
(4202)
Nursing Research3Helen TaggartOnlineeCampus
41782NURS-RN 392
(4203)
Nursing Research3Britni CaminoOnlineeCampus
42082NURS-RN 392
(4204)
Nursing Research3Helen TaggartOnlineeCampus
41784NURS-RN 420
(4201)
Policy, Power, and Voice3Debra HagertyOnlineeCampus
41786NURS-RN 420
(4202)
Policy, Power, and Voice3Ava FarahanyOnlineeCampus
41789NURS-RN 420
(4203)
Policy, Power, and Voice3Crissy HunterOnlineeCampus
41790NURS-RN 420
(4204)
Policy, Power, and Voice3Shoni DavisOnlineeCampus
40783OPWL 525
(4201)
E-Learning Princ & Practices3Christopher SlaterOnlineeCampus
42343OPWL 525
(4202)
E-Learning Principles & Practices3Andrea MooreOnlineeCampus
41710OPWL 547
(4201)
Advanced Instructional Design3Cheryl Lockett ZubakOnlineeCampus
40169OPWL 550
(4201)
Blended Learn for Performance Improvement3Steven SalikOnlineeCampus
41712OPWL 578
(4201)
Designing Sustainable Orgs3Linda UrbanOnlineeCampus
42369POLS 419
(035)
Political Communication3Stephen UtychArrdMain Campus
40926PUBADM 692
(001)
Capstone Course3Gregory HillWe5 p.m.-8:45 p.m.Main Campus
40814SOC 310
(4001)
Elementary Social Statistics3Martin OrrOnlineeCampus
40234SOC 390
(4002)
Conflict Management3Cathlene McGrawOnlineeCampus
40463SOC 472
(4001)
Sociology of Aging3John VerburgOnlineeCampus
41648SPANISH 101
(4001)
Elementary Spanish I4Sandra MarcotteOnlineeCampus
41670SPANISH 101
(DEI1)
Elementary Spanish I4Sandra MarcotteTuTh9:30 a.m.-10 a.m.eCampus
41671SPANISH 101
(DEI2)
Elementary Spanish I4Sandra MarcotteMoWe9:30 a.m.-10 a.m.eCampus
41672SPANISH 101
(DEI3)
Elementary Spanish I4Sandra MarcotteTuTh12:10 p.m.-12:40 p.m.eCampus
41673SPANISH 101
(DEI4)
Elementary Spanish I4Sandra MarcotteMoWe12:10 p.m.-12:40 p.m.eCampus
40525SPANISH 301
(002)
Conversational Spanish3Sara DartArrdMain Campus
40931THEA 220
(4001)
Cinema History and Aesthetics3Anne AllenOnlineeCampus

14-Week Session – May 6-August 11


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
40905ANTH 101
(4001)
Biological Anthropology3Michelle KinneyOnlineeCampus
41613ANTH 101L
(DEI1)
Biological Anthropology Lab1Michelle KinneyOnlineeCampus
40299ANTH 490
(045)
Archaeology Field School6Mark PlewArrdArrd
42337ANTH 523
(025)
Adv Archaeological Field Mthds3Mark PlewArrdMain Campus
42402ANTH 597
(025)
ST: Archaeology Field School6Mark PlewMoTuWeTh8 a.m.- 8 p.m.Main Campus
41121COMM 294
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy1Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
40501COMM 451
(035)
Communication Practicum1-4Todd NortonArrdMain Campus
41122COMM 494
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy1Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
40936ECE 230
(001)
Digital Systems3Bradley WhitakerTuTh9:30 a.m.-10:50 a.m.Main Campus
40937ECE 230L
(001)
Digital Systems Lab1Bradley WhitakerTh12 p.m.-3 p.m.Main Campus
40573ED-LLC 542
(1104)
Best Practices Literacy Improvement3Katherine WrightOnlineeCampus
40497EDTECH 640
(4201)
Innovative Practices in Educational Technology1-3Ross PerkinsOnlineeCampus
42244EDTECH 640
(4202)
Innovative Practices in Educational Technology1-3Chareen SnelsonOnlineeCampus
42280EDTECH 640
(4204)
Innovative Practices in Ed Tec1-3Lida Uribe-FlorezOnlineeCampus
42351EDTECH 640
(4206)
Innovative Practices in Ed Tec1-3Kerry RiceOnlineeCampus
40717NURS 601
(4201)
Scholarly Project I2Sara AhtenOnlineeCampus
41201NURS 601
(4202)
Scholarly Project I2Pamela GehrkeOnlineeCampus
41202NURS 601
(4203)
Scholarly Project I2Teresa SerrattOnlineeCampus
40718NURS 605
(4201)
Scholarly Project III2Pamela GehrkeOnlineeCampus
40719NURS 605
(4202)
Scholarly Project III2Sara AhtenOnlineeCampus
40720NURS 605
(4203)
Scholarly Project III2Teresa SerrattOnlineeCampus
40734NURS 614
(4201)
Outcomes Management Analysis3Pamela GehrkeOnlineeCampus
40721NURS 614
(4202)
Outcomes Management Analysis3Teresa SerrattOnlineeCampus
40733NURS 614
(4203)
Outcomes Management Analysis3Sara AhtenOnlineeCampus
41513NURS 623
(4201)
Scholarly Experience1Teresa SerrattOnlineeCampus
40645OPWL 531
(4201)
Quantitative Research3In Gu KangOnlineeCampus
41363OPWL 531
(4202)
Quantitative Research3Vera StiehaOnlineeCampus
40782OPWL 536
(4201)
Foundations of OPWL4Linda UrbanOnlineeCampus
40273PHIL 103
(4001)
Moral Problems3Dana HathawayOnlineeCampus
41125PHIL 294
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy2Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
41126PHIL 494
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy2Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
41918POLS 294
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy2Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
41919POLS 494
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy2Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
42293POLS 516
(001)
Institutions, Citizenship &?3Stewart GardnerArrdMain Campus
40592PSYC 495
(001)
Senior Thesis3Pennie SeibertArrdMain Campus
41123SOC 294
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy1Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
41917SOC 494
(4001)
WK: South Park: Politics & Philosophy1Christopher InnesOnlineeCampus
40667SOCWRK 570
(4201)
Foundation Field Work I2Lorrie BreshearsOnlineeCampus
42024SOCWRK 570
(4202)
Foundation Field Work I2Jaime GoffinOnlineeCampus
42025SOCWRK 570
(4203)
Foundation Field Work I2Amanda CutlerOnlineeCampus
40842SOCWRK 572
(4201)
Foundation Field Work II2Lorrie BreshearsOnlineeCampus
40843SOCWRK 572
(4202)
Foundation Field Work II2Michaela OmelOnlineeCampus
42028SOCWRK 572
(4203)
Foundation Field Work II2Brandi GallaherOnlineeCampus
40668SOCWRK 573
(4201)
Foundation Practicum Seminar I1Lorrie BreshearsOnlineeCampus
42026SOCWRK 573
(4202)
Foundation Practicum Seminar I1Jaime GoffinOnlineeCampus
42027SOCWRK 573
(4203)
Foundation Practicum Seminar I1Amanda CutlerOnlineeCampus
40844SOCWRK 574
(4201)
Foundations Practicum Seminar II1Lorrie BreshearsOnlineeCampus
40845SOCWRK 574
(4202)
Foundations Practicum Seminar II1Michaela OmelOnlineeCampus
42029SOCWRK 574
(4203)
Foundations Practicum Seminar II1Brandi GallaherOnlineeCampus
40856SOCWRK 575
(4201)
Advanced Social Work Practicum I5Nicole LangOnlineeCampus
40857SOCWRK 575
(4202)
Advanced Social Work Practicum I5Loretta ConstantinidisOnlineeCampus
40865SOCWRK 576
(4201)
Advanced Social Work Practicum II5Victoria ThompsonOnlineeCampus
40866SOCWRK 576
(4202)
Advanced Social Work Practicum II5Loretta ConstantinidisOnlineeCampus
42030SOCWRK 576
(4203)
Advanced Social Work Practicum II5Kimi EamesOnlineeCampus
40859SOCWRK 577
(4201)
Advanced Practicum Seminar I1Nicole LangOnlineeCampus
40860SOCWRK 577
(4202)
Advanced Practicum Seminar I1Loretta ConstantinidisOnlineeCampus
40867SOCWRK 578
(4201)
Advanced Practicum Seminar II1Victoria ThompsonOnlineeCampus
40868SOCWRK 578
(4202)
Advanced Practicum Seminar II1Loretta ConstantinidisOnlineeCampus
42031SOCWRK 578
(4203)
Advanced Practicum Seminar II1Kimi EamesOnlineeCampus
40932THEA 220
(4002)
Cinema History and Aesthetics3Anne AllenOnlineeCampus
41524VIP 200
(002)
Vertically Integrated Projects Modeling Sustainability1-2Eric JankowskiArrdMain Campus
41525VIP 400
(002)
Vertically Integrated Projects Modeling Sustainability1-2Eric JankowskiArrdMain Campus
41526VIP 500
(002)
Vertically Integrated Projects Modeling Sustainability1-2Eric JankowskiArrdMain Campus

Special Sessions - Classes and Workshops Held Outside of Standard Session Dates


ClassNbrCourseTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimeLocation
41937ANTH 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41965ANTH 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41834ANTH 494
(1601)
WK: DSI: Japanese American Camp in ID Desert1June 5-June 6TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41840ANTH 494
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey1June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41856ANTH 494
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants1June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41874ANTH 494
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem1June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41830ANTH 494
(1607)
WK: DSI: China Culinary Tradition1June 25-June 26MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41920ANTH 494
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology1June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41844ANTH 494
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers1July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41900ANTH 494
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho1July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41891ANTH 494
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology1July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41938ANTH 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41966ANTH 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41835ANTH 594
(1601)
WK: DSI: Japanese American Camp in ID Desert1June 5-June 6TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41851ANTH 594
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey1June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41857ANTH 594
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants1June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41875ANTH 594
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem1June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41831ANTH 594
(1607)
WK: DSI: China Culinary Tradition1June 25-June 26MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41921ANTH 594
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology1June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41845ANTH 594
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers1July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42007ANTH 594
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho1July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41892ANTH 594
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology1July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40428ART 321
(001)
Elementary School Art Methods3June 21-June 27ThFrSaSuMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40760ART 321
(002)
Elementary School Art Methods3July 26-August 1ThFrSaSuMoTuWe7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40666ART 372
(025)
Art & Design Study in Japan1May 25-June 29ArrdMain Campus
40709ART 560
(025)
Art & Design Study Program in Japan1May 25-June 29ArrdMain Campus
42063BIOL 294
(1620)
WK: Natural History of Reptiles & Amphibians1June 16-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41852BIOL 494
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey2June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41858BIOL 494
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants2June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41876BIOL 494
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem2June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41922BIOL 494
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology2June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41846BIOL 494
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers2July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42064BIOL 494
(1620)
WK: Natural History of Reptiles & Amphibians2June 16-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41853BIOL 594
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey2June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41859BIOL 594
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants2June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41877BIOL 594
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem2June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41923BIOL 594
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology2June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41847BIOL 594
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers2July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41168COID 400
(4001)
HBX Core Immersion Boise State9May 15-July 26OnlineeCampus
42074COID 500
(001)
HBX Core Immersion Boise State9May 15-July 26Mo4:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m.Downtown: BODO
42435COMM 101
(010)
Fundamentals of Comm3July 6-July 31MoTuWeThFr2:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m.Main Campus
41824COMM 294
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41939COMM 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41967COMM 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41957COMM 294
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics1June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41949COMM 294
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics1May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41929COMM 294
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics1May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41909COMM 294
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics1June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40993COMM 390
(003)
Conflict Management3June 2-June 17SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41825COMM 494
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41940COMM 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41968COMM 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41958COMM 494
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics1June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41950COMM 494
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics1May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41930COMM 494
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics1May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41910COMM 494
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics1June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42089COUN 494
(1621)
WK: Art Therapy I2May 19-June 10SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42347COUN 535
(001)
Classroom Management & Counseling Stds Ex Needs2June 8-June 23Fr, Sa4 p.m.-10 p.m., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42348COUN 541
(001)
Addiction & the Family System2June 8-June 23Fr, Sa4 p.m.-10 p.m., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42086COUN 594
(1618)
WK: Introduction to Art Therapy1July 20-July 21Fr, Sa4 p.m.-10 p.m., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42090COUN 594
(1621)
WK: Art Therapy I1May 19-June 10SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42134COUN 597
(004)
ST: Ethics in Counseling1May 18-May 19Fr, Sa4 p.m.-10 p.m., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42135COUN 597
(005)
ST: Bowen Family Systems Theory1August 3-August 4Fr, Sa4 p.m.-10 p.m., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40502DISPUT 390
(003)
Conflict Management3June 2-June 17SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42243DISPUT 400
(001)
Basic Mediation Skills3May 11-May 20FrSaFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40871DISPUT 401
(001)
Negotiation3May 8-May 25TuWeTh, Fr9 a.m.-12 p.m., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.Main Campus
41977DISPUT 494
(1619)
WK: Neuro Mediation1June 22-June 24Fr, Sa, Su6 p.m.-9 p.m., 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Main Campus
40190DISPUT 500
(1200)
Basic Mediation Skills3May 11-May 20FrSaFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40622DISPUT 501
(1200)
Human Factors in Conflict Management1June 23-June 24SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
40623DISPUT 502
(1200)
Negotiation Theory & Practice1July 7-July 8SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
40630DISPUT 504
(1200)
Facilitating Group in Conflict1July 21-July 22SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
40624DISPUT 505
(1200)
Culture and Conflict1July 28-July 29SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41838DISPUT 594
(1200)
WK: Facilitating Interpersonal Growth1June 9-June 10SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41839DISPUT 594
(1201)
WK: Win/Win Skills Managing Conflict1July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42436DISPUT 594
(1203)
WK: Managing Workplace Relationshi1June 30-July 1SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41644ED-CIFS 506
(001)
Issues in Education3June 4-July 5MoTuWeTh8:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.Main Campus
40349ED-CIFS 508
(001)
Learning & Dev of Students3June 9-June 30MoTuWe5:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m.Main Campus
41659ED-CIFS 509
(001)
Curriculum Instruction & Assessment Grades 6-123July 8-July 29MoTuWe5:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m.Main Campus
40186ED-CIFS 540
(1160)
MTI: Number & Operations K-33June 4-June 8MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Mtn. Home: Junior High
40773ED-CIFS 540
(1161)
MTI: Number & Operations K-33June 11-June 15MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Arrd
40772ED-CIFS 540
(1162)
MTI: Number & Operations K-33June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Arrd
40187ED-CIFS 542
(1160)
MTI: Number & Operations 4-83June 4-June 8MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Mtn. Home: Junior High
40754ED-CIFS 542
(1161)
MTI: Number & Operations 4-83June 11-June 15MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Arrd
40779ED-CIFS 542
(1162)
MTI: Number & Operations 4-83June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Arrd
41120ED-CIFS 544
(1160)
MTI: Number & Operations 6-123June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Arrd
41424ED-CIFS 558
(001)
Clinical Field Experience1-6May 6-August 11ArrdMain Campus
41662ED-CIFS 678
(1170)
Theory & Research6June 18-August 1ArrdArrd
41941ED-LLC 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41969ED-LLC 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41942ED-LLC 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41970ED-LLC 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42115ENGL 579
(1100)
BSWP Invitational Institute Inv Summer Inst-Teach of Sci6June 5-June 28TuWeThFrSaSuTuWeThFrMoTuWeThMoTuWeTh8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42109ENGL 594
(1100)
WK: Elem Teach Inst-Sci Lit & Inq3June 11-June 15MoTuWeThFr8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42110ENGL 594
(1101)
WK: Inquiry Institute3June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42456ENGL 594
(1103)
WK: Inquiry Institute Advanced Fo3June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
42456ENGL 594
(1103)
WK: Inquiry Institute Advanced Fo3June 18-June 22MoTuWeThFr8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41854ENVSTD 494
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey2June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41860ENVSTD 494
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants2June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41878ENVSTD 494
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem2June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41924ENVSTD 494
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology2June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41849ENVSTD 494
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers2July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41902ENVSTD 494
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho2July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41893ENVSTD 494
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology2July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41855ENVSTD 594
(1602)
WK: DSI: Great Basin Birds of Prey2June 6-June 9WeThFrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41861ENVSTD 594
(1603)
WK: DSI: Ethnobotany: Edible, Medicinal, Useful Plants2June 11-June 12MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41879ENVSTD 594
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem2June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41925ENVSTD 594
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology2June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41850ENVSTD 594
(1609)
WK: DSI: Fish & Invertebrates of the Snake & Boise Rivers2July 24-July 25TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42008ENVSTD 594
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho2July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41894ENVSTD 594
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology2July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41826FORLNG 294
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41943FORLNG 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41971FORLNG 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41827FORLNG 494
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41944FORLNG 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41972FORLNG 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
40097GEOS 482
(001)
Geology Summer Field Camp6June 7-July 6ArrdMain Campus
40493GEOS 482
(003)
Geology Summer Field Camp6May 13-July 6ArrdMain Campus
41880GEOS 494
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem1June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41926GEOS 494
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology1June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41895GEOS 494
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology1July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41881GEOS 594
(1606)
WK: DSI: Death of An Ecosystem1June 22-June 23FrSa8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41927GEOS 594
(1608)
WK: DSI: Desert Ecology1June 27-June 28WeTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41898GEOS 594
(1611)
WK: Soils Analysis for Archaeology1July 14-July 15SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41945HIST 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41973HIST 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41836HIST 494
(1601)
WK: DSI: Japanese American Camp in ID Desert1June 5-June 6TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41832HIST 494
(1607)
WK: DSI: China Culinary Tradition1June 25-June 26MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41904HIST 494
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho1July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41946HIST 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41974HIST 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41837HIST 594
(1601)
WK: DSI: Japanese American Camp in ID Desert1June 5-June 6TuWe8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41833HIST 594
(1607)
WK: DSI: China Culinary Tradition1June 25-June 26MoTu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
42009HIST 594
(1610)
WK: The Way West Through So. Idaho1July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42062HLTHST 397
(002)
ST: Care Coord- Global Perspective3May 21-June 22ArrdMain Campus
41906HONORS 494
(1610)
WK: Honors: The Way West Through S Idaho1July 21-July 22SaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42321INTBUS 497
(001)
ST: Asia Biztech Project Management3June 10-August 1MoTuWeThFr9 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
40353KIN-AL 501
(1120)
Foundations Athl Leadership3June 18-July 3MoTuWeTh7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
40354KIN-AL 502
(1120)
Athl Org Communication3July 5-July 19MoTuWeTh7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
40429KIN-AL 503
(1120)
Athletic Program Management3June 18-July 3MoTuWeTh7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
40430KIN-AL 506
(1120)
Psychological Aspects3July 5-July 19MoTuWeTh7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.Main Campus
41619KOREAN 397
(001)
ST: Korean Language and Culture3June 23-July 8ArrdMain Campus
42302MILSCI 390
(001)
Military Science Practicum6June 4-August 11ArrdMain Campus
40221NURS 519
(4201)
Health Assessment Clinical1May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40222NURS 519
(4202)
Health Assessment Clinical1May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40439NURS 549
(4201)
Acute Care Procedures & Diagnostics2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40447NURS 551
(4201)
Primary Care Procedures & Diag2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40448NURS 551
(4202)
Primary Care Procedures & Diag2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40656NURS 555
(4201)
Primary Care Clinical Skills S2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40657NURS 555
(4202)
Primary Care Clinical Skills S2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40655NURS 557
(4201)
Acute Care Clinical Skills Syn2May 6-August 11MoTuWeThFrSaSu8 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41959PHIL 294
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics2June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41951PHIL 294
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics2May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41931PHIL 294
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics2May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41911PHIL 294
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics2June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41960PHIL 494
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics2June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41952PHIL 494
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics2May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41932PHIL 494
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics2May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41912PHIL 494
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics2June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42521PHYS 295
(010)
Research in Physics0-4June 4-August 10ArrdMain Campus
41961POLS 294
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics2June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41953POLS 294
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics2May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41933POLS 294
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics2May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41913POLS 294
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics2June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41962POLS 494
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics2June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41954POLS 494
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics2May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41934POLS 494
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics2May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41914POLS 494
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics2June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42091PSYC 494
(1621)
WK: Art Therapy I2May 19-June 10SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
42092PSYC 594
(1621)
WK: Art Therapy I2May 19-June 10SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40065RADSCI 469
(045)
Clinical Experience Med Sonograph III6May 6-July 27We8 a.m.-11 a.m.Main Campus
42342RADSCI 497
(001)
ST: Radiography Clinical Practicum4May 7-June 8MoTuWeThFr8 a.m.-4 p.m.Main Campus
41828SOC 294
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41947SOC 294
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41975SOC 294
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41963SOC 294
(1614)
WK: King of the Hill: Philosophy & Politics1June 9-June 17SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41955SOC 294
(1615)
WK: Pixar: Philosophy & Politics1May 26-June 3SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41935SOC 294
(1616)
WK: Seinfeld: Philosophy & Politics1May 19-May 20SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41915SOC 294
(1617)
WK: The Big Bang Theory: Philosophy & Politics1June 23-July 1SaSu8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
40503SOC 390
(003)
Conflict Management3June 2-June 17SaSu9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Main Campus
41829SOC 494
(1600)
WK: International Food Films1May 19-May 20SaSu9 a.m.-5 p.m.Main Campus
41948SOC 494
(1612)
WK: Bosnian Refugees in the U.S.1May 12-May 13SaSu8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
41976SOC 494
(1613)
WK: Refugees in the U.S.1May 8-May 10TuTh8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Main Campus
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