University of Charleston Course and Course Section Availability
University of Charleston Course Sections Offered
Name Description Capacity Start/End Dates Location Instructor(s)
ART-250-02NPhotography
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed as a study of basic skills and techniques of photography and equipment. Emphasis on photography as an art form. Student must have own camera.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. Taylor
BIOL-303-04NMedical Terminology
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Medical Terminology for the Biology Major is designed for those students entering in any discipline in the healthcare field. This course will teach the students the language of medicine which will facilitate their post graduate education. The course covers medical terminology by covering the various systems of the body such as integument, cardiac, pulmonary, etc.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
10
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Turner
BUSI-151-10NIntroduction to Business
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
7
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Brown
BUSI-407-02NGlobal Dimensions of Business
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Exploration of the various factors influencing the global business environment. Pitfalls to be avoided and suggestions for effective management of international and multinational enterprises will be discussed. Prerequisites: ACCT 201, MRKT 321 and FINA 312.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Shrewsbury
BUSI-450-02NBusiness Strategy
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A senior course focusing on the integration of the various areas of business functions. Particular emphasis will be placed on decision-making, corporate policy and strategy formulation and implementation, and the relationship between the corporate and socioeconomic setting. Prerequisite: Senior status, MGMT 311, MRKT 321, FINA 312.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
22

Available:
2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. McCool
CRJS-356-02NCriminal Law
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The history and development of criminal law, elements of a crime; parties to a crime; types of offenses; and scope, purpose, and definition of criminal offenses. Study of general principles of substantive criminal law through analysis of judicial opinions and text.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
22
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Weiss
CYBR-100-02NIntroduction to Computers
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer hardware and software into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of building, repairing, upgrading, and the common operating system principles of computers. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to a computer. Students will learn the integration, troubleshooting, and maintenance techniques of combining hardware and software. This also includes how the hardware is relevant towards the operation of computer's operating system. The importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with computers and the individual that operate them.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Beatty
CYBR-110-02NIntroduction to Networking
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer networking into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of the OSI model, protocols, hardware, device configuration, management, security, and troubleshooting methods of networking. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will explore and critically examine networks and the network's functions. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with networks.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
4
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekP. Mann
CYBR-120-02NIntroduction to Security
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer and network security into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of the threats, policies, penetration testing, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) security, security architecture, securing data, and troubleshooting methods of computer and networking security. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to enhance an organization's network. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with computers and networks and the individuals that adhere towards the need of its security.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Lowe
CYBR-230-02NOffensive Security Exploitatio
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement offensive security exploitation practices into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of legal and ethical compliances, session hijacking, cryptanalysis, and cryptographic attack countermeasures. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will explore and critically examine networks and the network's offensive security functions. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed implementing offensive security exploitation tactics.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
8
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Cotto
CYBR-240-02NSecurity and Data Privacy
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement offensive security exploitation practices into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of legal and ethical compliances, session hijacking, cryptanalysis, and cryptographic attack countermeasures. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will explore and critically examine networks and the network's offensive security functions. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed implementing offensive security exploitation tactics.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
9
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Cotto
CYBR-310-02NCybersecurity Strategy
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide an overview and understanding of established cybersecurity strategy as well as provide students with the opportunity to engage in strategic decision making in the context of security. The course will assess current threats in varying contexts including conducting a threat or vulnerablility assessment for a non-profit or government service organization, as well as evaluate current methodology and approaches to pave the way for the development and implementation of cyber security strategy at the organization or corporate level.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
12
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekH. Cooper
CYBR-320-02NCertified Ethical Hacker
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course immerses the students into a hands-on environment where they will be shown how to conduct ethical hacking. They will be exposed to various methods of achieving optimal penetration testing and information security defense within an organization. Students will review hacking methodologies through industry tools to perform scanning, testing, and hacking while assessing vulnerabilities to help create a more secure environment.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
OnlineS. Jones
CYBR-330-02NCertified Incident Handler
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide the security and risk assessment skills to handle and respond to the security incidents in an information system. The course addresses various underlying principles and techniques for detecting and responding to current and emerging computer security threats. Students will learn how to handle various types of incidents, risk assessment methodologies, and various laws and policy related to incident handling. (EC Council). 3 cr. Note: this course provides the foundational level assessment for program outcomes #3 and #4.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
7
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Jones
CYBR-415-02NInfor Systems Secur Phase II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a 2 part course, and this is Phase II of the course, which will prepare students as future leaders in the cybersecurity profession. This course will address issues leading to students' ability to design, engineer, implement, and manage their overall information security program to protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks. (ISC2). 3 cr. [Note: this course provides the foundational level assessment for program outcomes #2 and #5

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
5
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekB. Bell
CYBR-440-02NAdvanced Security Trends
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The goal of this course is to develop critical thinkiers who focus on selected research on security topics and trends for solutions to real world security related problems.. The course is structured as a research seminar where students research a weekly topic and develop/present research papers. Topics may include government security trends, for profit and non profit trends, international security trends, attacks, encryption, protection of private information, covert channels and other current selected topics based on current events in security.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
11
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekH. Cooper
CYBR-450-02NCybersecurity Capstone
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a culminating, project-based experience that requires integration of previous knowledge and the implementation of learned techniques. Students will individually select, research, and implement a rigorous service-based cybersecurity project demonstrating program outcomes at the advanced level.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
8
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Beatty
CYBR-620-02NLegal Issues in Cyber Security
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will review policy and legal concepts relating to cyber security and information management. It will examine laws, authorities, and the responsibilities of government and private sector toprotect data and privacy in the cyber domain. The course will provide the learner with the history and evolution of cyber laws and an analysis of terminology. The student will examine the ethical considerations of surveillance, cyber laws and policies. The student will learn the limitations of security policies and laws, and the impact territorial boundaries have on the applications of security policies and laws. Students will apply guidelines for effective testimony and reporting through practical assignments.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
16
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Bailey
CYBR-635-02NSecurity and Infor Data Analyt
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Introduction to analytical software including data mining, statistical software, and analytical models are developed. The application of strategic analytics for predictive, trending, forecasting, intrusion, and prevention models of information management losses are proposed.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
34

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Gonzalez
CYBR-645-02NEnterprise Infrast. Plan & Saf
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
An overview of strategic planning and safeguarding of enterprise level infrastructure is reviewed. Advanced planning methodologies are developed to adopt, implement, and manage technological ecosystems including software, hardware, networks, applications, data, communications, and other relevant infrastructure. Principles of privacy, security, organizational vs. customer owned data, and issues related to protection are analysed within public and private organizations.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
8
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Gonzalez
CYBR-660-02NPractical Applic. in Security
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This capstone course integrates cyber security strategy, program management, leadership, and technological concepts. Graduate students will demonstrate the ability to effectively strategize, implement and sustain a Defense in Depth cyber security information management program. Students will be expected to synthesize security and information management research from a local and an international perspective of public and private agencies. The goal of this course is to encapsulate security theories and applications learned throughout the Masters in Cyber Security degree. Students will further develop a strategic program proposal demonstrating a security and information management strategY.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
9
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekK. Harris
CYBR-810X-02NInfo Assurance & Risk Mgmt
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect and maintain the reliability of information and manage the ethical and business risks related to the use, processing, storage, and transmission of data. The learner will be challenged through research to identify the tenants of information assurance including information integrity, availability, authenticity, non-repudiation and confidentiality of organizational data and information. Through case study practice the student will utilize the physical, technical, and administrative controls needed to identify, evaluate, prioritize, monitor and manage security risks.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
11
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekK. Harris
DEL-720-02NLeadership in Context
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Critically assesses the role of the contextual environment from two perspectives: (1) the moderating effect of context on leadership effectiveness and (2) the ways leaders imagine, shape, and leverage context to accomplish organizational sustainment. Focuses on executive leadership but within a multi-level framework. Assesses context as a theme in leadership research.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
12
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Barnette
DEL-760-02NLeadership Development
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Examines the relationship between practices and processes of developing leaders in various contexts (e.g., industry, nonprofit, human services, political, and military) and strategically managing talent as a source of organizational sustainability.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
12
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJoan L. Clark
DEL-802-02NConceptual Frameworks for Ldrp
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Conceputal Frameworks for Leadership Explores topical areas of leadership research through reading broadly in leadership literature and developing a conceptual framework as it relates to an integrated research design. Activities build specialized knowledge in the topical areas and facilitate dialogic engagement in the intellectual community to generate, conserve and transform knowledge on the topics.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekR. McLaughlin
DEL-815-02NQualitative Research
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Examines the nature of qualitative research, discusses qualitative research methodologies, and develops the skills appropriate for those methodologies. Explores criteria for decisions in qualitative research from design through data collection, analysis, and interpretation. Investigates qualitative methodologies within mixed methods research and requires conceptualization and completion of a qualitative phase of a mixed method mini-research study. 3 cr.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
15
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Koehler
DEL-900-02NCreating Portfolios
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Participants review, reflect on, and develop artifacts in preparation of the Proseminar series. During the course, participants begin to create portfolios for use as scholars and practitioners. 1 cr.; concurrent with Residency 3

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
4
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Koehler
ECON-202-02NPrinciples of Macroeconomics
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a study of macroeconomic principles as they relate to national economic goals. Topics include international trade, national income accounting, economic growth, inflation, employment, macroeconomic models of aggregate demand and supply, federal budget deficits, public debt, and an analysis of fiscal and monetary policy.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
5
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekH. Wooten
ENGL-101-02NFreshman Writing I
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
7
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Taylor
ENGL-102-02NFreshman Writing II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of COMM 101, culminating in a research paper.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Taylor
ENGL-102-04NFreshman Writing II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of COMM 101, culminating in a research paper.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Turley
ENGL-224-02NSurvey of American Lit II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENGL-224-04NSurvey of American Lit II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENGL-224-06NSurvey of American Lit II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
10
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Wilbur
EXER-304-02NSports Nutrition
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to study nutrition as it specifically relates to physical activity and sport performance. This course examines the evidence-based nutritional needs and use of fuels for various types of physical activity, from review of body composition, energy balance, and roles of specific nutrients, to evaluation of nutritional claims and performance enhancing products.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
-2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Monk
EXER-499-02NInd. Study in Exercise Science
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students will be individually supervised in a research or field experience. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior academically standing in the Exercise Science Program or Strength & Conditioning minor.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Independent Study Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Mashinter
FINA-201-02NFinancial Literacy
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in financial literacy including goal setting, cash management, the time value of money, taxes, credit, housing, investment alternatives, retirement planning, and insurance planning. This course is ideal for individuals seeking to prepare for financial decisions they will face throughout life.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
26

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Tenney
FLDR-240-02NPerformance Improvement Initia
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on the identification, planning and presentation of an initiative to improve performance related to a strategic intent. Tools introduced include quality improvement, financial budgeting and resourcing, digital tools for search, analysis, and collaboration, turning data into evidence-based decisions. Course activities culminate in a presentation of the initiative.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Long
FLDR-260-04NLeading Project Teams
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on developing an understanding team dynamic and the team skills required to accomplish a project. Experiential activities include giving and receiving feedback, listening, motivating, establishing trust, valuing differences and perspectives, using strengths, promoting creative thinking, and planning and conducting meetings.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
10
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekB. Stocks
GSL-506-02NSustainable Human Capital
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is an in-depth study of the critical components of the strategic leadership of human capital. Essential to this concept is to identify and implement organizational practices and designs that are beneficial to both individuals and organizations in a way that actually produces long-term payoffs for organizations and the people who work in them.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
6
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Lathan
GSL-510-02NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Eitutis
GSL-510-04NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Eitutis
GSL-507-02NReframing Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the genesis of a process of reframing our leadership model into one that incorporates the context of organizations in its broadest possible conception. Leadership, strategic or otherwise, exists because of organized activity. "The proliferation of complex organizations has made almost every human activity a collective one. We are born, raised, and educated in organizations. We work in them and rely on them for goods and services. We learn in schools and universities. We play sports in teams. We join clubs and associations. Many of us will grow old and die in hospitals or nursing homes. We build organizations because of what they can do for us. They produce consumer goods, bring entertainment into our homes, provide education and health care, and deliver the mail (Bolman & Deal, 1997, p. 7). It is imperative that leaders understand the importance of reframing their view of leadership and the organizational activities which necessitate them.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
33

Available:
2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Frank
GSL-510-06NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-601-02NOrganizational Theory
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an interdisciplinary application of psychological principles and methods to a wide variety of problems that develop within the context of work. It emphasizes the application of psychological facts and principles as they apply to people operating in business and industry. The leadership competencies related to leading across boundaries and building coalitions is emphasized as required for leading in an environment of complexity and uncertainty.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Harvey
GSL-601-04NOrganizational Theory
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an interdisciplinary application of psychological principles and methods to a wide variety of problems that develop within the context of work. It emphasizes the application of psychological facts and principles as they apply to people operating in business and industry. The leadership competencies related to leading across boundaries and building coalitions is emphasized as required for leading in an environment of complexity and uncertainty.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
8
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Cyfers
GSL-610-02NStrategic Thinking
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on business decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process firms use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems firms encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
22

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Lathan
ORGL-435-06NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. McIntyre
ORGL-435-08NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Denny
ORGL-435-10NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Denny
PHAR-505-02NHealthcare Informatics
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores the role of information technology in the management of health information systems to improve healthcare outcomes. Topics include the storage, retrieval, and use of information in healthcare.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
7

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Chakib
PSYC-212-02NLife-Span Development
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
-1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Skelton
RADT-125-01BRadiologic Physics II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Builds on concepts learned in 115 and applies them to understanding X-ray production, interaction of photons with matter, and radiographic equipment.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/17/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
ORGL-442-02NLeading Change
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to confidently lead successful change initiatives. The course will provide students with the tools to identify and assess the impact of change, develop strategies to manage the change process, and foster successful change outcomes. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and hands-on activities, students will gain the skills to recognize and address the challenges associated with change, create an effective communication strategy, and ensure buy-in from stakeholders. Students will also explore strategies for monitoring and reporting on the progress of change initiatives. Upon completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the change process and the ability to effectively lead change initiatives.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
OnlineS. Horsley
PHAR-670-01CPharmacotherapy 4
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce the student pharmacist to pharmacotherapy management for patients with select disorders. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of each therapeutic topic listed in the individual course schedule. For each therapeutic area studied, applicable concepts in self-care (i.e. nonprescription pharmacotherapy), geriatric, pediatric, pregnancy/lactation, and cultural competency issues will be integrated throughout this course. Students should understand, integrate, and apply the information and skills obtained from pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan for patients. Students will be responsible for preparing for each class session by reading assignments and preparing to discuss cases or applications in class daily. Additional case studies will be completed individually to allow students the opportunity to apply their developing skills in drug therapy optimization.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Lecture Monday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 105 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonK. Murphy
PHAR-770-01CPharmacotherapy 8
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce the student pharmacist to pharmacotherapy management for patients with select disorders. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of each therapeutic topic listed in the individual course schedule. For each therapeutic area studied, applicable concepts in self-care (i.e. nonprescription pharmacotherapy), geriatric, pediatric, pregnancy/lactation, and cultural competency issues will be integrated throughout this course. Students should understand, integrate, and apply the information and skills obtained from pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan for patients. Students will be responsible for preparing for each class session by reading assignments and preparing to discuss cases or applications in class daily. Additional case studies will be completed individually to allow students the opportunity to apply their developing skills in drug therapy optimization.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Lecture Monday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonE. Dierkes
SPCH-103-02NOral Communications
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students demonstrate proficiency in everyday communication including interpersonal communication, group problem solving, and impromptu, informative and persuasive speaking. Organization of ideas and control of mind and body are stressed in varied speaking projects.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. Gass
UNIV-100-02NHealth and Wellness
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
HHealth and Wellness is a web-based course providing an introduction to principles and practices of wellness, hygiene, physical fitness, and responsible behavior. The learner explores aspects of personal conduct and views on physical health, relationships, sexuality, alcohol and drug use, and other health-related topics. Educational experiences provide the student an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills needed for making informed personal choices. Learners have the opportunity to demonstrate competencies in communication and critical thinking. The course is offered during the second eight-week session of the fall and spring semester

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
6
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Wildt
WKLD-250-02NPersonal Development
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Personal development of knowledge, attitudes, skills and habits that contribute to personal and professional success. Participants complete self-assessments and goal setting related to intra- and interpersonal emotional intelligence, character, strengths, resilience, and grit. Workforce scenarios provide practice employing self-management and these skills for personal and professional success.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
17
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
ACCT-498-01NAccounting Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Application of accounting concepts and theories in the workplace. Prerequisite: Senior Accounting majors or juniors by recommendation of the major advisor.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. King
ART-250-01NPhotography
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed as a study of basic skills and techniques of photography and equipment. Emphasis on photography as an art form. Student must have own camera.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekL. Taylor
BIOL-212-01NIntro to Human Anatomy and Phy
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Co-requisite BIOL 212L

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. Turner
BIOL-212L-01NInto to Human A and P Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science laboratory course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 212.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. Turner
BIOL-251-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/19/2024 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 101

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-251L-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/19/2024 Lab Monday, Wednesday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 502

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BUSI-215-01NBusiness Software Applications
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course focuses on business productivity software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, and electronic presentations designed to prepare students to pursue Microsoft Office Specialist certification. Students will study the visual representation of information and will be introduced to various tools to aid in creatively expressing ideas. The course is offered each fall and spring semester.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
21
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineL. Craddock
BUSI-241-01NBusiness Communication
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Business writing, forms and reports, with emphasis on different types of business letters and principles of correspondence. (cross-listed with ENGL 241).

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekC. Nelson
COSC-440-01CCs Co-Op 1
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students utilize their knowledge of coding and computer science skills in an applied setting by working directly for a company, government agency, or non-profit organization.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonV. Smith
COSC-450-01CCapstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students utilize their knowledge of coding and computer science skills in an applied setting by working directly for a company, government agency, or non-profit organization.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
23
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonV. Smith
CRJS-101-01NIntro to Criminal Justice
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History, organization, and functions of various components of the criminal justice system. Focuses on the interrelationships among law enforcement agencies, prosecution, courts, correctional processes and institutions, probation, parole, juvenile justice, and other officials and their agencies.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Weiss
CYBR-100-01NIntroduction to Computers
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer hardware and software into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of building, repairing, upgrading, and the common operating system principles of computers. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to a computer. Students will learn the integration, troubleshooting, and maintenance techniques of combining hardware and software. This also includes how the hardware is relevant towards the operation of computer's operating system. The importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with computers and the individual that operate them.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekD. Cotto
CYBR-110-01NIntroduction to Networking
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer networking into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of the OSI model, protocols, hardware, device configuration, management, security, and troubleshooting methods of networking. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will explore and critically examine networks and the network's functions. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with networks.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekP. Mann
CYBR-120-01NIntroduction to Security
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer and network security into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of the threats, policies, penetration testing, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) security, security architecture, securing data, and troubleshooting methods of computer and networking security. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to enhance an organization's network. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with computers and networks and the individuals that adhere towards the need of its security.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekS. Lowe
CYBR-130-01NIntroduction to Programming
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer programming into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of computer programming variables, statements, user inputs, and computer and network recording and manipulation. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with and implementing computer coding techniques.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
11
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Cotto
CYBR-200-01NIntroduction to Databases
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement computer programming into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of computer programming variables, statements, user inputs, and computer and network recording and manipulation. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed when working with and implementing computer coding techniques.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekP. Mann
CYBR-210-01NNetwork Security Architecture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with the ability to utilize and implement network security architecture into their cyber security and information technology endeavors. Students will analyze the principles of the analyzing of networks and security, architecture of networking data, and the hardware and software implemented to secure networks and its data. The course will also emphasize the need for proper recording of documentation needed when working and making changes to an organization's network. Students will explore and critically examine networks, its data, and the network's and data's functions. Students will obtain the importance of safety, privacy, and professionalism needed while in a network security architect role.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
11
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Slonopas
CYBR-250-01NCloud Computing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with an overall understanding of Cloud computing concepts and services independent of specific technical roles. Students will learn to identify and implement general Cloud concepts with a focus on cyber security principles. Students will identify key cloud concepts and principles including deployment models, categories and services, security, architecture, and will be able to describe the main benefits and challenges of cloud computing, including managing costs. The course includes several hands-on laboratories that present the student with a real-time cloud environment.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
11
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Gonzalez
CYBR-310-01NCybersecurity Strategy
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide an overview and understanding of established cybersecurity strategy as well as provide students with the opportunity to engage in strategic decision making in the context of security. The course will assess current threats in varying contexts including conducting a threat or vulnerablility assessment for a non-profit or government service organization, as well as evaluate current methodology and approaches to pave the way for the development and implementation of cyber security strategy at the organization or corporate level.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekH. Cooper
CYBR-340-01NCertified Security Analyst
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will prepare students to master a documented and repeatable penetration testing methodology. Students will learn how to test modern technological infrastructures, operating systems and application environments while tlearning how to document and write a penetration testing report. Students will dynamically access a host of Virtual Machines preconfigured with vulnerabilities, exploits, tools, and scripts. Additionally, students will gain the practice to explain highly technical findings in an elaborate penetration testing engagement in the form of a report or other writings

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
3
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Slonopas
CYBR-410-01NCertified Info Sys Sec Phase I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will prepare students as future leaders in the cybersecurity profession. This course will address issues leading to students' ability to design, engineer, implement, and manage their overall information security program to protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks. (ISC2). 6 cr. [Note: this course provides the foundational level assessment for program outcomes #2 and #5.]

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
6
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekB. Bell
CYBR-440-01NAdvanced Security Trends
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The goal of this course is to develop critical thinkiers who focus on selected research on security topics and trends for solutions to real world security related problems.. The course is structured as a research seminar where students research a weekly topic and develop/present research papers. Topics may include government security trends, for profit and non profit trends, international security trends, attacks, encryption, protection of private information, covert channels and other current selected topics based on current events in security.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
9
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekH. Cooper
CYBR-450-01NCybersecurity Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a culminating, project-based experience that requires integration of previous knowledge and the implementation of learned techniques. Students will individually select, research, and implement a rigorous service-based cybersecurity project demonstrating program outcomes at the advanced level.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Beatty
CYBR-615-01NStrategic Cyber Intelligence
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides a comprehensive study of strategic cyber intelligence and organizational security. A focus on the strategic impact of audit and security requirements on the design and implementation of cybersecurity will be reviewed. Cyber warfare, both offensive and defensive, and their effects on critical infrastructure will also be a primary focus. Course topics include strategic planning, espionage, cyber threats, counterintelligence, cyber warfare, cybersecurity issues, nation and non-nation states, systems recovery and disaster planning.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekK. Harris
CYBR-715-01NSocial Media Intelligence
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course examines the strengths and weaknesses of social media as a source of cyber security intelligence. Emphasis will be placed on analytics and trending, collection management, social network dynamics, crowdsourcing, and ethics and privacy issues. Students will synthesize viable security intelligence for warning, threat assessment, law enforcement investigations, and strategic communication. An analysis with other sources of intelligence information, and social media intelligence will be evaluated as a valuable tool for intelligence assessments. Students will further develop critical skills using analytical tools and software for sentiment and network analysis.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Gonzalez
DEL-730-01NEthics:values and Decision Mak
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Focuses on ethics as challenges leaders face in organizations. Addresses contemporary challenges, including the effect of the increasingly complex environment on the nature of ethical behavior, and considers the consequence of historical events. 3 cr. [Note: this course provides the foundational level assessment for program outcome

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
DEL-805-01NQuantitative Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Examines the nature of quantitative research, discusses quantitative research methodologies, and develops the skills appropriate for those methodologies. Explores criteria for decisions in quantitative research from design through data collection, analysis, and interpretation. Investigates quantitative methodologies within mixed methods research, and requires conceptualization and completion of a quantitative phase of a mixed method mini-research study. 3 cr.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
DEL-810-01NComplexity and Sustainability
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Complexity and Sustainability. Focuses on exploring complex adaptive systems and complexity leadership as ways to achieve sustainability for organizations during times of uncertainty and ambiguity.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
DEL-830-01NExecutive Decision Making
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Integrates the concepts and skills in the program's core leadership courses in a capstone exploration which investigates the challenges executive leaders face in the design and execution of strategy. Focuses on the art and science of decision-making, including constrained optimization and process analysis. Considers decision making during periods of uncertainty, how to involve internal resources and knowing when to tap external resources during the decision-making process.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
DEL-901-01NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-901-03NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-901-05NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-901-07NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
NURSA-101-01BFundamentals of Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces students to the concepts of the nursing process, self-care, communication, and critical thinking in nursing practice. Students apply the nursing process to the care of clients throughout the life span in a variety of settings. Concepts related to the development of the individual as a professional nurse are examined, as well as the foundational principles and competencies used by professional nurses related to safe and effective environment and management of care of individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. The ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards Practice, ANA Nursing Social Policy Statement, and West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation are introduced. Students will explore society's view of nursing and begin development of a personal concept of nursing. This course also presents a basic introduction to selected theoretical/conceptual models of nursing.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101-01CFundamentals of Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces students to the concepts of the nursing process, self-care, communication, and critical thinking in nursing practice. Students apply the nursing process to the care of clients throughout the life span in a variety of settings. Concepts related to the development of the individual as a professional nurse are examined, as well as the foundational principles and competencies used by professional nurses related to safe and effective environment and management of care of individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. The ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards Practice, ANA Nursing Social Policy Statement, and West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation are introduced. Students will explore society's view of nursing and begin development of a personal concept of nursing. This course also presents a basic introduction to selected theoretical/conceptual models of nursing.

Meeting Information:
05/10/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:00PM - 04:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 337

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonM. Lacy
NURSA-101L-02BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C10

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-02CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonM. Lacy
NURSA-101L-03BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C09

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-03CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonS. Trotter, M. Lacy
NURSA-101L-04BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C10

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-04CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonS. Trotter, M. Lacy
NURSA-102-01BNursing Assessment
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces foundational nursing assessment skills and competencies used by professional nurses to provide care to individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. Students will collect, interpret, and document data using basic skills of communication, observation, and physical examination.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 02:00PM - 04:50PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102-01CNursing Assessment
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces foundational nursing assessment skills and competencies used by professional nurses to provide care to individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. Students will collect, interpret, and document data using basic skills of communication, observation, and physical examination.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-01BNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C07

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-01CNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-02BNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C07

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
3
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-02CNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-03BNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C07

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-03CNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-04BNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C07

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-04CNursing Assessment Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-110-01BMedical Surgical Nursing I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. NURSA 110 Medical Surgical Nursing I will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyS. Marsh
NURSA-110-01CMedical Surgical Nursing I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. NURSA 110 Medical Surgical Nursing I will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
28
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-01BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-110L-01CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-02BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-110L-02CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-03BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyT. Canterbury
NURSA-110L-03CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-04BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
5
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyT. Canterbury
NURSA-110L-04CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-115-01BMental Health Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students develop evidence-based practice competence to provide care appropriate to the needs of the client and family affected by mental illness. Emphasis is also placed on providing support to individuals and families seeking higher levels of mental and emotional wellness.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lecture Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
6
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-115-01CMental Health Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students develop evidence-based practice competence to provide care appropriate to the needs of the client and family affected by mental illness. Emphasis is also placed on providing support to individuals and families seeking higher levels of mental and emotional wellness.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lecture Friday 01:00PM - 03:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
28
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-01BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 08:00AM - 02:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyK. St. Clair
NURSA-115L-01CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-02BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 08:00AM - 02:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyK. St. Clair
NURSA-115L-02CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-03BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 02:00PM - 08:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyK. St. Clair
NURSA-115L-03CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-04BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 02:00PM - 08:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
3
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyK. St. Clair
NURSA-115L-04CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-125-01BPathophysiology & Pharmacology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 05:20PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-125-01CPathophysiology & Pharmacology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 05:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
23
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-215-01BPathophysiology and Pharmacolo
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a continued foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies from Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated 431 Return to Table of Contents with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Annex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-215-01CPathophysiology and Pharmacolo
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a continued foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies from Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated 431 Return to Table of Contents with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225-01BMedical Surgical Nursing II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Annex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyE. Hicks
NURSA-225-01CMedical Surgical Nursing II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225L-01BMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
5
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-225L-01CMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
9
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225L-02BMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
GSL-629-04NResearch Methods
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will examine and analyze qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods in the investigation of phenomena relevant to ethical evidence-based practice and research in organizational leadership. Based on a critical analysis of relevant scholarly literature and practices, students will learn how to formulate a researchable problem and an appropriate investigation strategy. Course topics include basic research designs, the development of sound research questions, measurement, data collection techniques, data analysis methods.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-630-02NStrategic Project Management
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-630-04NStrategic Project Management
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-643-02NStrat Issues: Log and Sc Ldrp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers an in-depth study of issues within strategic level logistics and supply chain functional areas. Logistics functional areas addressed will be supply, inventory, packaging, storage, materials handling, maintenance, and transportation. Supply chain areas addressed will be networks, complexity, information, resource management, organizational relationships, performance measurement, technology, security, and talent management.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-644-02NStrategic Issues in Healthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on analyzing the strategic issues which impact the ability to successfully implement cost effective programs, maintain efficient operations and services, staff and train employees and support other healthcare initiatives. This course emphasizes leadership action through a lens of communication and capacity development as a process of healthcare leadership. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of strategic issues within healthcare leadership. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-641-02NStrategic Issues in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on understanding the strategic issues that comprises the framework for developing a fundamental understanding of SAP. At its core SAP focuses on three primary components; who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like. As such, this course emphasizes practice as managerial action through a lens of management and organization theories. Additionally, practice as a set of tools through the lens of communication and language theories is explored. Finally, practice as knowledge and organizational resources through a lens of social science theories are considered. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of SAP. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-642-02NStrat Issues: Bus Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the key concepts, tools, and principles of business strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It is concerned with leadership and managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. The course is focused on the information, analyses, organizational processes, and skills and business judgment leaders and managers must use to devise strategies, position their businesses, define firm boundaries and maximize long-term profits in the face of uncertainty and competition. As such, this course emphasizes management and strategy through a lens of management and leadership theories, integrating the substance of previous GSL courses and interdisciplinary student experience. Students will demonstrate their understanding at the end of the course with an individual paper and team presentation.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-645-02NStrat Iss: Crisis Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the concept of "the crisis" as a matter of strategic interest. It begins by considering what constitutes a crisis. Students will consider the similarities and differences of crisis situations in the public, non-profit, and private sectors. Coursework will include examinations of communications, growth, survival, and other strategies commonly noted in the crisis leadership literature through real-world examples. The intent will be to introduce themes common to crises, and then consider the implications of leader decision-making on those themes and an evolving crisis situation.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-651-02NStrategic Dec Making in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty using SAP as the analytical framework. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently. These processes are most effectively analyzed in the who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like framework.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-652-02NStrategic Decision Making BL
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on the dynamics of strategic decision making in business to strengthen leadership skills and establish a culture of decisive action. Students analyze the long-term impact decisions have on an organization and consider decision-making as a regular process and not as a periodic event. Students engage in the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods organizations use to ensure the strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-653-02NStrat Dec Making: Log and SC
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic level decision making techniques specifically the application of these techniques within logistics and supply chain management activities and functions. Teams will evaluate strategic level plans to assess decision points and results gleaning best practices and lessons learned relative to leadership approaches in support of logistics and supply chain functional areas within an organization. These functional areas will include logistics functions such as supply, maintenance, transportation and supply chain functions such as networks, information, technology, resource management, operational performance, and data analytics.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-654-02NStrategic Making in Hlthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on cross-functional strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. Students are challenged to identify environmental and competitive demands and develop alternative levels of strategy with respect to patient and care processes, improving service processes and repositioning care programs for value add to the organization. Students are exposed to the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods used to ensure the strategic plan is implemented as planned. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-655-02NStrategic Decision Making CL
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course considers a leader's crisis-related decision-making from multiple angles. It begins by discussing the ways in which perceptions of crisis severity impact decision-making, as well as introduces the notion of enacted sensemaking, whereby a decision affects every follow-on decision for the remainder of the crisis. This course will examine the similarities and differences of decision-making at the tactical and strategic levels in crises. Critical components include basing decisions on incomplete or conflicting information, changing course as new data becomes available, maintaining authenticity and credibility, etc. Organizational and community crisis response relies on a network of individuals, and as such, how does the decision-making of those followers impact the strategy as put forth by the leader? This course analyzes cognition, communication, and control as central responsibilities of crisis leaders and those responsibilities which support decision-making on the part of followers. Additionally, this course concludes with a discussion of how best to gauge the quality of crisis decision-making and organizational performance during crisis response.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-661-02NStrategic Innovation in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within SAP along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
2
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-662-02NStrategic Inn. in Busi. Ldrshp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course analyzes key concepts, tools, and principles of contemporary business strategy and innovation. The course focuses on exploring leadership's role in nurturing organizational innovation, in part through managing culture. The course is designed to help students understand the forces that limit innovation, identify barriers in their own business culture, and develop strategies to capitalize on the full value of their team's imagination. Participants will evaluate the capacity for innovation, distinguish an innovative culture, and discriminate issues before they become constraints. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-663-02NStrat Inn: Log and SC
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within logistics and supply chain management functional areas along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve logistics and supply chain functional areas for specific organizations.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-664-02NStrategic Innov. Healthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent innovations within healthcare leadership along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-665-02NStrategic Innov. Crisis Ldrshp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
innovations in in the crisis leadership realm. Of particular interest is the balance between inward/reactive strategies and outward/progressive strategies. Historically, a centralized command and control theory has dominated crisis leadership research and practice; however, current research is examining the applicability of network or distributed approaches to leadership during crisis. This course incorporates concepts from crisis management discussions surrounding resilience, looking at crisis as an organizational or community development opportunity, and situating "crisis leadership" alongside of terms like "in extremis leadership."

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
HIST-212-02NWorld Cultures II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An interdisciplinary survey of major world cultures from the Renaissance to modern times. Emphasis will be given to social, economic, political, religious, intellectual and artistic achievement in selected areas and historical periods to help students develop a world perspective of civilizations

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Reed
HIST-212-04NWorld Cultures II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An interdisciplinary survey of major world cultures from the Renaissance to modern times. Emphasis will be given to social, economic, political, religious, intellectual and artistic achievement in selected areas and historical periods to help students develop a world perspective of civilizations

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
5
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Reed
HIST-252-02NContemporary America
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
American history from 1870 to the present. Emphasis is placed on the American response to industrialism, imperialism, and the First World War, the crisis of the 1930s, World War II, the Cold War, and post-industrial America.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
21
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Levesque
HSCI-110-02NHistory of Health Sciences
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of Health Science focuses on the general survey of medical knowledge chronologically arranged from ancient times to present day. The class will spend time examining topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, politics, education and mass media and their role in the history of medicine. Students will learn how the history of medicine has affected and changed society.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
12
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Smith-Amburgey
HSCI-110-04NHistory of Health Sciences
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of Health Science focuses on the general survey of medical knowledge chronologically arranged from ancient times to present day. The class will spend time examining topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, politics, education and mass media and their role in the history of medicine. Students will learn how the history of medicine has affected and changed society.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
12
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Smith-Amburgey
HSCI-310-02NIntro to Health Informatics
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will examine Health Informatics as it applies to the healthcare team: including terminology, theory, technologies, workflow, evidence based practice, regulations, and common tools.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Lanham
HSCI-312-02NStatistics for Evidence-Based
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the student to evaluate statistical concepts, technology, statistical models, and skills necessary to interpret data to build evidence-based practice (EBP).

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
17
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Monk
HUMN-110-02NUnheard Voices
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to help students explore the importance of the work of Native American, Latino, and African-American artists in the humanities. The course strives to analyze literature, poetry, film, music, and the visual arts to see how artists in these groups have expressed their identity and cultural experiences.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
8
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJoseph Janisch
MATH-120-02NIntermediate Algebra
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course helps prepare students for College Algebra, providing a basic background in number theory and algebra. Topics are selected from the real number system, linear equations, problem solving, polynomials, exponents, rational expressions, roots and radicals.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
18
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Rhodes
MATH-121-02NCollege Algebra
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course helps prepare students for Pre-calculus and the two-semester general chemistry sequence. Topics are selected from polynomials, rational expressions, linear and quadratic equations, functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants, and conics. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 120 or Math ACT score of 21 or higher (Math SAT of 545 or higher).

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Facemyer
MBA-673-02NApplied Marketing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores the marketing strategy process by examining how to create customer value by effectively evaluating options based on a business's competitive position. The course uses tools to help business leaders make informed decisions on where and how to compete and how to assess performance. This course combines concepts of market research, consumer behavior, and marketing communications as they are applied to existing business.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
15
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Roth, D. Quackenbos
MBA-676-02NManagerial Economics
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
In this course students apply microeconomic concepts and decision science to managerial problems, relating each topic to a basic valuation model of the firm. Topics include economic optimization, the theory of consumer behavior (demand analysis, demand estimation and forecasting), the theory of the firm (production and cost analysis and estimation), market structure analysis, and other related topics. The objective is for students to demonstrate the ability to understand and apply managerial economics concepts and tools to improve managerial decision-making processes as part of a broader strategic planning process for organizations. Students will also demonstrate the ability to communicate both individually and as a group.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
11
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. De
MBDA-780-02NBus Forecasting for Analytics
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course builds the necessary qualitative and quantitative skills necessary to forecast future events that will help businesses and government for long term planning. Students will use historical economic and business data and use applied statistical forecast models to give useful analytical business solutions. The course will explore time series analysis and calibrate models to make a meaningful business forecast.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
21
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. De
MBDA-790-02NBusiness Analytics Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course has been articulated to prepare MBDA candidates to integrate their knowledge across courses and past experiences and prepare them for their future careers. This course will enable students to ideate, design and define a project of their own choice, with faculty approval, in an area most relevant to their professional interests. This project-based learning will be augmented by case studies, discussions, and industry narratives to support students' industry-preparedness.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
21
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ajani
NSCI-117-02NWhy Science Matters
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
-2
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Stiglich
NSCI-206-02NEarth & Space Science
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course surveys the earth and space sciences and is designed for non-science majors and for prospective secondary science instructors and elementary school teachers. Emphasis is on an understanding of the significant concepts and principles of astronomy, meteorology, and geology. Topics covered fall under the categories of planet earth, the land, oceans, atmosphere, plus the heavens, solar system, stars, galaxies, and the universe. Students also examine the relationships of human society within the appropriate earth science topics. Taught in the spring semester and, when sufficient demand exists, during the summer term.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
20
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Saul
NURSA-240-01BPediatric Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:10PM, Annex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
24
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-240-01CPediatric Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
23
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-01BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-240L-01CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-02BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
4
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-240L-02CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-03BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
9
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-240L-03CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-04BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-240L-04CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
DEL-901-11NDissertation I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-901-13NDissertation I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-901-15NDissertation I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-901-17NDissertation I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-901-19NDissertation I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-902-01NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-902-03NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-902-05NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-902-07NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-902-09NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-902-11NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-902-13NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-902-15NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-902-17NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-902-19NDissertation II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-903-01NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-903-03NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-903-05NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-903-07NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-903-09NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-903-11NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-903-13NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-903-15NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-903-17NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-903-19NDissertation III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-904-01NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-904-03NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-904-05NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-904-07NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-904-09NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-904-11NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-904-13NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-904-15NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-904-17NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-904-19NDissertation Continuation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-910-01NGenerating, Conserving, Trans
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DEL-920-01NGenerating, Conserving, and Tr
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DEL-930-01NGenerating, Conserving, and Tr
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DMDS-101-01CIntro to Digital Media Design
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will provide students an understanding of technology and theory that have expanded digital media's footprint. Students will be introduced to a variety of digital media technology and examine trends in social media, web and traditional print design.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-201-01CDigital Media and Graphics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will introduce the principles and elements of digital media design utilizing Adobe Suites. Students will focus on development of concepts and ideas relating to digital and social media.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
12

Available:
12
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-202-01CImage Manipulation and Web Aes
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students will focus on the development of Web design and aesthetics while building their knowledge of the principles and elements of digital media design utilizing Adobe Suites.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
12

Available:
12
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
MATH-225-01CDiscrete Mathematics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Topics to be covered include basic proof techniques; counting, graphs, trees, relations, analysis of algorithms; and recursion. Prerequisites: COSC 102 and MATH 201.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 205

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonV. Smith
MATH-240-01CProbability and Statistics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course covers the definition and elementary properties of probability, random variables, expectation, distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 205

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonV. Smith
MBA-591-01CProfessional Experience I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Professional Experience I is two-credit hour experiential class of the MBA program for students who have less than three years of professional work experience. This course focuses on giving you a grounding in the world of professional work - what managers do, how they behave, react and lead. Understanding work as a process and applying that thinking to solve a problem for a real-world company will be the emphasis.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/04/2024 Hybrid Wednesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Finlayson
MBA-594-01CProfessional Experience IV
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Professional Experience IV is a two-credit hour experiential class of the MBA program that is the culmination of Professional Experience I, II & III. Completion of this last module will bridge together the fundamentals and experiences you have gained through class assignments, projects, mentor interaction, research, written papers and oral presentations. The most important learning outcome is creation of a Personal Development Plan.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Hybrid Thursday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Finlayson
MBA-671-01CManagement
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores organizational structure and change; personnel perceptions/attitudes and personalities; the various definitions of leadership and the difference between leadership and management/supervision; ethical decision making in business; and beginning legal and human resource applications.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-10/01/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Finlayson
MBA-671-01NManagement
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores organizational structure and change; personnel perceptions/attitudes and personalities; the various definitions of leadership and the difference between leadership and management/supervision; ethical decision making in business; and beginning legal and human resource applications.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Matyus
MBA-674-01NQuantitative Methods for Busin
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is a combination of theory and application of various quantitative and statistical methods to address the goal of improved and informed decision making. The focus is on the identification of potential applications in selected industries and companies. Students should expect to build on foundations from business and economic concepts in order to grasp the application of tools and methods covered in the course.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekS. De
MBA-677-01CManagerial Finance
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
MBA 677 develops the concepts, principles, and analytical techniques of financial management. Topics include financial planning and analysis, risk and return, time value of money, cost of capital, capital budgeting, and capital structure.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-10/01/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
CharlestonC. Glover
MBA-677-01NManagerial Finance
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
MBA 677 develops the concepts, principles, and analytical techniques of financial management. Topics include financial planning and analysis, risk and return, time value of money, cost of capital, capital budgeting, and capital structure.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekG. Vanderpal
MBA-731-01NBusiness Analytics for Manager
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to understand and implement advanced forecasting techniques that are commonly used in industry. In this course, students will learn various statistical and econometric techniques that are essential to enhance the accuracy of forecasting results. Forecasting results plays a very crucial role in business decision making, and this course will adequately prepare students with an emphasis on applications in accordance with the growing need for such skills in contemporary business environs.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekT. Ajani
MBDA-700-01NBusiness Analytics for Manager
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to understand and implement advanced forecasting techniques that are commonly used in industry. In this course, students will learn various statistical and econometric techniques that are essential to enhance the accuracy of forecasting results. Forecasting results plays a very crucial role in business decision making, and this course will adequately prepare students with an emphasis on applications in accordance with the growing need for such skills in contemporary business environments.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekT. Ajani
MBDA-710-01NBig Data Management & App
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will help students to understand how data is acquired, stored, managed, manipulated and utilized to create business value. Students will learn techniques to manage large datasets, model data and manipulate data. Students will also study data transformation, conversion of data, management of data in multiple formats, data cleaning and methods to address structured and unstructured data types.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Park
MGMT-311-01CPrinciples of Management
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the major functions of management with emphasis on planning, organizing, leading and controlling the organization's resources. Management theory, global management, and ethics are also addressed.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
32

Available:
32
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Farrish
MGMT-311-01NPrinciples of Management
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the major functions of management with emphasis on planning, organizing, leading and controlling the organization's resources. Management theory, global management, and ethics are also addressed.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekC. Stone
MGMT-318-01CSmall Business Management
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
For all persons interested in starting, buying or continuing a small business. Major areas of concentration will be franchising, site location, physical facilities, financing, profit planning and control, record keeping and management. Prerequisites: ACCT 201, MGMT 311, MRKT 321.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. McCool
MGMT-320-01NHuman Resource Management
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Personnel management has to do with planning, organizing and controlling the performance of various activities concerned with procuring, developing, maintaining and utilizing a labor force so that the objectives and purposes for which the company is established are attained as effectively and economically as possible, and that those of labor itself are served to the highest possible degree. Prerequisite: MGMT 311.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Brownlee
MGMT-372-01CLdership & Organizational Chng
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Explores leadership concepts and theories and practice to examine such topics as strengthening emotional intelligence, motivating people to achieve strong results, managing conflict, leading change, aligning teams, and eliciting support from colleagues. Increases leadership capacities by providing opportunities to apply theory to develop leadership skills, conduct a self-reflection of personal experiences, and develop a personal philosophy of leadership.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/04/2024 Hybrid Monday, Wednesday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 120

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Farrish
MGMT-498-01CManagement Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The management internship provides students an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom to a real-world business settingand to gain professional skills and experiences necessary to prepare for a successful career in management.The experience allows students to explore career interests and build professional networks.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Farrish
MPAS-503-01-CProfessional Development III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The professional development sequence of courses spans the entire program curriculum and is intended to introduce and integrate principles of professionalism, ethics, and the business of medicine with the practice of medicine. The third in this seven course sequence surveys health care delivery systems, health care disparities, and provider sensitivity to cultural diversity, socioeconomic differences, and their impact on health and wellness. Alternative, integrative and preventive approaches to health care are examined.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Jensen, T. Preston, A. Elkins, M. R (more)
MPAS-506-01CProfessional Development VI
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The professional development sequence of courses spans the entire program curriculum and is intended to introduce and integrate principles of professionalism, ethics, and the business of medicine with the practice of medicine. During this sixth semester of professional development the organizational and economic elements of a systems-based practice are examined focusing on cost-effective and efficient health care, case management, risk management, error prevention, patient safety, and quality improvement.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Preston, D. Chambers, M. Jensen, A. (more)
MPAS-604-01CCardiovascular
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This is one of the series of courses using an organ systems approach for study of the clinical sciences. During this course, the commonly encountered medical problems primarily affecting the cardiovascular system are examined. The clinical presentation, epidemiology, pathology, patient assessment, diagnosis, therapeutic interventions, management, and clinical course of these conditions will be explored. Students will also be challenged to learn the fundamentals of interpreting an electrocardiogram (EKG) with an emphasis on identifying common abnormal EKG patterns and differentiating these patterns from normal and normal variant EKG tracings.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Mellert, T. Preston, M. Jensen, A. (more)
MPAS-605-01CGeriatrics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide the foundation to address changes that occur with aging and medical problems commonly seen in the elderly. In addition, there is focus on the impact of aging on a patient's quality of life, limitations in mobility and communication, access to health care, therapeutic interventions, and issues related to death and dying.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Preston, D. Chambers, M. Jensen, A. (more)
MPAS-606-01CClinical Medicine IIA
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This is one of the series of courses using an organ systems approach for study of the clinical sciences. During this course, the commonly encountered medical problems primarily affecting the gastrointestinal and genitourinary system are examined. The clinical presentation, epidemiology, pathology, patient assessment, diagnosis, therapeutic interventions, management, and clinical course of these conditions will be explored.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Adkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, A. E (more)
MPAS-607-01CClinical Medicine IIB
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This is one of the series of courses using an organ systems approach for study of the clinical sciences. During this course, the commonly encountered medical problems primarily affecting the pulmonary and neurologic system are examined. The clinical presentation, epidemiology, pathology, patient assessment, diagnosis, therapeutic interventions, management, and clinical course of these conditions will be explored.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Elkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, M. R (more)
MPAS-613-01CPrin of Rual Appalachian Medi
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide instruction on the differences in health care of the individuals in rural Appalachian communities. There is a focus on the vast health disparities for this region, as well as the environmental, economic, and social conditions that contribute to poor health and substandard health care.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Jensen, T. Preston, A. Elkins, M. R (more)
MPAS-693-01CPatient-Centered Care III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The patient-centered care (PCC) sequence of courses spans the didactic component of the curriculum and is designed to challenge students to develop clinical reasoning skills, think critically, enhance interpersonal and communication skills, apply evidence-based resources, and problem-solve as clinicians and as members of an interdisciplinary health care team. The third PCC course again utilizes simulated cases where students will evaluate standardized patients. Emphasis will be placed on the following: comprehensive patient management, longitudinal management of established patients, admission orders, inpatient management, progress notes, discharge summaries, rehabilitative care, palliative care and end-of-life issues, and utilization of an electronic health care record.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedClay Tower Building, Room 211

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Mellert, L. Adkins, T. Preston, M. (more)
MPAS-701-01CFamily Medicine Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand and gain supervised experience in practicing the principles of Family Medicine. The focus of this preceptorship is evaluation and management of commonly encountered conditions in the outpatient setting and in patients of all ages.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Elkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, M. R (more)
MPAS-702-01CInternal Medicine Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand, and gain supervised experience in practicing the principles of Internal Medicine. The focus of this preceptorship is providing care for patients with both acute and chronic conditions.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Adkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, A. E (more)
MPAS-703-01CPediatrics Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand and gain supervised experience in practicing the principles of Pediatrics. The focus of this preceptorship is acute and preventive health care for pediatric patients.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Riffe Davis, T. Preston, M. Jensen, (more)
MPAS-693L-01CPatient Centered Care III Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The patient-centered care (PCC) sequence of courses spans the didactic component of the curriculum and is designed to challenge students to develop clinical reasoning skills, think critically, enhance interpersonal and communication skills, apply evidence-based resources, and problem-solve as clinicians and as members of an interdisciplinary healthcare team. The third PCC course again utilizes simulated cases where students will evaluate standardized patients. PCC III will begin to prepare students to work in teams with students from other health professions on campus. Students will be challenged to rely on the strengths of students from other disciplines to solve complex medical cases. Emphasis will be placed on the following: comprehensive patient management, longitudinal management of established patients, admission orders, inpatient management, progress notes, discharge summaries, and rehabilitative care

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 220

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Mellert, L. Adkins, T. Preston, M. (more)
MPAS-704-01CWomen's Health Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand, and gain supervised experience in the principles and practice of women's health conditions. The overall focus of this preceptorship is obstetric, gynecologic, and women's preventive care.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Jensen, T. Preston, A. Elkins, M. R (more)
MPAS-705-01CEmergency Medicine Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This four-week core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand and gain supervised experience in practicing the principles of Emergency Medicine. The overall focus of this preceptorship is providing emergency medical services.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Elkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, M. R (more)
MPAS-706-01CSurgery Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand, and gain supervised experience in the principles and practice of surgery, especially in the operating room setting. The overall focus of this preceptorship is evaluation and care of patients with commonly encounered conditions requiring surgical management.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Adkins, T. Preston, M. Jensen, A. E (more)
MPAS-707-01CPsychiatry Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This core clinical practice rotation provides an opportunity to learn, understand and gain supervised experience in practicing the principles of Psychiatry. The focus of this preceptorship is behavioral and psychiatric health care.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Mellert, T. Preston, M. Jensen, A. (more)
MPAS-710-01CElective Rotation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This mandatory elective four-week rotation provides the opportunity to gain experience in a specific area of interest that may include a medical or surgical subspecialty, academic medicine, or medical research. The focus of this preceptorship is to explore the role of health care specialists.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedRiggleman Hall, Room 216

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
45

Available:
45
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Jensen, T. Preston, A. Elkins, M. R (more)
MRKT-321-01CPrinciples of Marketing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of economic processes from raw materials to consumer and marketing problems. The basic course for students interested in selling and marketing. Prerequisite: BUSI 151; ACCT 201; BUSI 201; or consent of instructor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
MRKT-350-01CSales Automation
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Prepares students with an understanding and application of the marketing and technologyrelated sales automation tools, systems, and structures utilized by sales organizations for improving processes and outcomes.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonR. Murray
MRKT-371-01CDigital Marketing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course introduces the fundamental relationship between the Internet and modern marketing techniques. Students will be exposed to pricing, promotion, and product development as influenced by the electronic medium of selling. Prerequisite: MRKT 321.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Murray
MRKT-402-01CMarketing Research
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The application of statistical and behavioral research techniques to the problems of marketing operations in the business firm. Includes the use of computerized statistical computations and data management. Prerequisites: MRKT 321, BUSI 317.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 334

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
MRKT-498-01CMarketing Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills developed in various marketing and business courses in a real-world business setting. Prerequisites: BUSI 215, MRKT 321 and 90 credit hours or approval of advisor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
MUSC-101-01CMusic Theory I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will cover the fundamentals of reading and writing music (pitch, intervals, rhythm, key signature, time signature, scales, and chords), the analysis of music and its structures (melody, harmony, cadences, chord progressions, form, texture, and voice leading), and basic techniques used for music composition.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 121

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Bellamy
MUSC-324-01CConcert Choir
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The Concert Choir is the central performing ensemble of the University of Charleston. Membership is open to all university students and everyone is encouraged to join. A wide range of both sacred and secular choral literature is studied and numerous performances are scheduled during the semester. Three rehearsals each week. Participation of members in all scheduled rehearsals and performances required. An audition is required, but students should register before they audition. Offered every semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 03:35PM - 05:15PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
50
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Brown
MUSC-327-01CUniversity Band
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Rehearses two credits per week. Admission by audition. Open to all University of Charleston students. The band program offers the student the opportunity to study literature in a variety of styles. Offered every semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 02:00PM - 03:25PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
50
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Fisher
MUSC-328-01CUniversity Singers
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Mixed ensemble of 12-16 singers performing a variety of chamber chorus repertoire. Three rehearsals each week, and many performances during the semester. Participation of members in all scheduled rehearsals and performances is required. Membership by audition. Must be a member of Concert Choir (MUSC 324). Offered every semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Thursday 03:15PM - 05:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Brown
MUSC-350P-01CApplied Voice
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Consists of a series of 15 lessons. To receive credit for private study, students must audition before the appropriate applied study instructor before registering. Students should consult with the Coordinator of the Music Program to determine the appropriate instructor. A fee of $90 will be added to the bill of those students who enroll in one credit of applied lessons unless the course is being taken as a requirement for the music major or minor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
1
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Brown
MUSC-351P-01CApplied Piano
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Consists of a series of 15 lessons. To receive credit for private study, students must audition before the appropriate applied study instructor before registering. Students should consult with the Coordinator of the Music Program to determine the appropriate instructor. A fee of $90 will be added to the bill of those students who enroll in one credit of applied lessons unless the course is being taken as a requirement for the music major or minor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Independent Study Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Bellamy
MUSC-358P-01CApplied Saxophone
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
1
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Mickel
MUSC-360P-01CApplied Trumpet
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
1
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Fisher
MUSC-367P-01CApplied Percussion
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
1
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. McDowell
PHAR-512-01CImmunology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Immunology will provide an introductory course that presents the basic elements of the immune system and of the means through which the mechanisms of immunity act in a wide range of clinical conditions, including protection against infectious agents, rejection of tumors, transplantation of tissues and organs, autoimmune and other immunopathologic conditions, and allergy.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 205 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonG. Polsinelli
PHAR-513-01CBiochemistry
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will provide students with the fundamental biochemical principles underlying cellular physiology and biological processes. Biochemistry will introduce bio-molecules mainly from a structural point of view and presents metabolism as well as molecular biology (gene expression and replication) by integrating structure-function relationship of enzymes and DNA-binding proteins, respectively.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 205 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Linger
PHAR-514-01CPharmaceutics I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The study of the measurement units, and mathematical functions and applications that are essential to the safe, accurate practice of pharmacy. This course emphasizes pharmaceutical nomenclature, numerical expressions, measurement equivalents, calculation formulas, and problem analysis and reasoning.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 10:00AM - 11:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 205

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Siddig
PHAR-515L-01CPharmacy Skills Lab I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The purpose of this course is to orient the student pharmacist to select skills necessary for contemporary pharmacy practice. Topics will include technical aspects of dispensing, communications, medication errors, basic patient assessment, point-of-care testing skills (POCT), third party reimbursement, and supervisory skills. This laboratory course will also provide students with an integrated practical and theoretical experience related to the pharmaceutical science disciplines. During the semester long course, students will work both individually and in designated pairs, facilitating group learning and a team approach to problem solving. Co-requisites: PHAR 512, PHAR 513, PHAR 514

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Lab Tuesday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 303

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Siddig
PHAR-555-01CStrategies Positive Health Out
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The goal of this course is to challenge the student to take creative action to overcome the barriers to providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care. The contemporary pharmacist must not only be focused on the delivery of an accurate product, but responsible for the delivery of pharmaceutical care. Many barriers exist which must be identified and overcome in order to effect positive health outcomes. The course describes forces within and between individuals and societies which influence health. Topics covered include the psychosocial aspects of care, public health, cultural competency, health literacy, basic epidemiology among others.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Wednesday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 205 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonB. Doak
PHAR-597-01CProfessionalism & Acad Success
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This class will help the student develop effective study skills and professional habits to improve his/her performance at the graduate/professional academic level. Through guided exercises, the student will be able to enhance his/her abilities in studying, oral and written communication, stress and time management and leadership. The course will be delivered as a "flipped classroom" or hybrid course. Students will meet in seat 90-minutes per week. However, they will be expected to have completed all course readings and view video lectures prior to class.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/02/2024 Lecture Monday 03:00PM - 04:30PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 202

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Khan
PHAR-598-01CePortfolio I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
These courses are designed to allow the P1 student pharmacist to complete their e-Portfolio as required for graduation and progression in the pharmacy program. The courses have been designed to meet the 2016 ACPE Standards and 2013 CAPE Outcomes for Pharmacy Education.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Ziolkowski
PHAR-610-01CPharmacokinetic Principles
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Pharmacokinetics Principles presents the theoretical mathematical and functionally dependent physiologic relationships that comprise the quantitative basis for determining patient-specific and drug dosage regimens. This course emphasizes interpreting the (1) rate or time course of drug absorption and elimination, and (2) extent of in vivo distribution from data, graphs, and equations to calculate, identify, and monitor safe and therapeutically effective drug in plasma concentrations, especially for narrow therapeutic range drugs. Clinical application of these principles is also covered in this course. Pre-requisite PHAR 514.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Siddig
PHAR-612-01CPharmacology I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The basic biological mechanism of therapeutic agents used to treat diseases will be presented and discussed. Importance will be placed on basic pharmacologic principles of pharmacodynamics and cellular processes that underlie understanding a rational approach to therapeutics. Prerequisites: PHAR 512, PHAR 513, PHAR 520.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Fandy
PHAR-640-01CPharmacotherapy 1
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The goal of this course is to introduce the pharmacy student to the pharmacotherapeutic basis of disease management. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and renal diseases. Students should understand, integrate and apply the information and skills obtained in pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, immunology and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan. Case studies will be utilized to allow students to apply their learning and enhance their patient care skills by selecting appropriate therapeutic agents. Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all coursework through semester 3. Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all coursework through semester 3. Co-requisite: PHAR 641.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/04/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
CharlestonA. Gahbauer
PHAR-644-01CClin. Research Meth. & Biostat
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course serves as an introduction to the principles of study design, biostatistics, and analysis. The course will introduce students to the elements of scientific research, the scientific process, and the role of research in clinical practice and pharmaceutical care. The course also will provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary for interpreting and conducting research, planning, protocol development, and reporting of research findings. Statistical analysis and interpretation is integrated into the course allowing the student to evaluate current studies for appropriate assessment. After this course, students should be able to understand the key elements of the scientific process and study design, and the application of statistical analysis to this process.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday 10:00AM - 11:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Rashrash, S. Schliesser
PHAR-698-01CePortfolio III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
These courses are designed to allow the P2 student pharmacist to complete the e-Portfolio as required for graduation and progression in the pharmacy program. The courses have been designed to meet the 2016 ACPE Standards and 2013 CAPE Outcomes for Pharmacy Education.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Ziolkowski
PHAR-716L-01CIntro Practice Experience IV
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience IV (IPPE IV) is designed to provide an introduction to establishing the appropriate delivery of pharmaceutical care services to patients. Topics will focus on the role pharmacists play in pharmaceutical care, how those roles may be achieved, and the process of completing comprehensive medication reviews. Students will apply previous knowledge learned to further develop the skills and attitudes necessary to complete comprehensive medication reviews and will participate in interprofessional experiences where students will work with the Physician Assistant students on case studies and other activities. Upon completion of this course, students should have gained the basic knowledge, abilities, and attitudes necessary for developing pharmaceutical care practices. This course will provide 39 IPPE hours (30 hours of clinical patient care experience under the direct supervision of a preceptor and 9 hours of interprofessional simulation). Prerequisites: PHAR 525L, PHAR 611L, PHAR 640, PHAR 641, PHAR 629, PHAR 615L, PHAR 626L.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Clinical Lab Thursday 08:00AM - 05:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Condee
PHAR-728-01CPharmacy Law
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will learn the federal laws governing the practice of pharmacy. The course will emphasize introductory legal concepts that encompass the rights and responsibilities of the pharmacist and their practical application.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Wednesday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Davis
PHAR-740-01CPharmacotherapy 5
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce the student pharmacist to pharmacotherapy management for patients with select disorders. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of each therapeutic topic listed in the individual course schedule. For each therapeutic area studied, applicable concepts in self-care (i.e. nonprescription pharmacotherapy), geriatric, pediatric, pregnancy/lactation, and cultural competency issues will be integrated throughout this course. Students should understand, integrate, and apply the information and skills obtained from pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan for patients. Students will be responsible for preparing for each class session by reading assignments and preparing to discuss cases or applications in class daily. Additional case studies will be completed individually to allow students the opportunity to apply their developing skills in drug therapy optimization.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/04/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Robinson
PHAR-741-01CPharmacoeconomics & Hlth Polic
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Topics addressed in this course will include the many facets of pharmacoeconomics in pharmacy & healthcare settings, including the use of pharmaceuticals, appropriateness and quality of care, patient outcomes, patient satisfaction with care, costs of both appropriate and inappropriate medication use, healthcare policies related to health care and pharmacoepidemiological considerations. Moreover, the course will examine the respective roles and behaviors of the healthcare professionals (e.g., physicians, pharmacists, nurses, allied health) involved in patient care and the influence of healthcare-related organizations (e.g., managed care, health maintenance organizations, public and private insurance, pharmaceutical manufacturers) on health outcomes.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Lecture Tuesday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Rashrash
PHAR-751-01CPharmacology III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on the pharmacological mechanisms of therapeutic agents used to treat diseases. Importance will be placed on basic pharmacodynamic and cellular processes that are the foundation for understanding and identifying rational approaches to drug therapy recommendations.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:50AM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113 (more)...

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Fandy
PHAR-798-01CEportfolio V
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
These courses are designed to allow the P3 student pharmacist to complete the e-Porfolio as required for graduation and progression in the pharmacy program. The courses have been designed to meet the 2016 ACPE Standards and 2013 CAPE Outcomes for Pharmacy Education.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Ziolkowski
PHAR-823-01CAdv Phar Practice Experience 3
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will be assigned a pharmacist preceptor for a five-week equivalent in the pharmacist's practice site. Each equivalent week of experience shall contain an average of forty hours of practice. The student will perform pharmacist functions while under the supervision of the faculty (full-time, part-time or affiliate) member. Activities designed as part of this course gives the student experience in a community clinical care practice setting.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Acree
PHAR-824-01CAdv Phar Practice Experience 4
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will be assigned a pharmacist preceptor for a five-week equivalent in the pharmacist's practice site. Each equivalent week of experience shall contain an average of forty hours of practice. The student will perform pharmacist functions while under the supervision of the faculty (full-time, part-time or affiliate) member. Activities designed as part of this course give the student experience in an institutional (hospital) practice setting.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Acree
PHAR-825-01CAdv Phar Practice Experience 5
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will be assigned a pharmacist preceptor for a five-week equivalent in the pharmacist's practice site. Each equivalent week of experience shall contain an average of forty hours of practice. The student will perform pharmacist functions while under the supervision of the faculty (full-time, part-time or affiliate) member. Students will complete either a clinical or management rotation in a community or institutional setting. Placement will be determined based on the student's stated preference.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Acree
PHAR-880-01CNplex/Mpje Prep
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
50
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Gahbauer, J. Testman
PHAR-899-01Ce-Portfolio
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course represents the culmination of the student's e-Portfolio. During this course each P4 student will successfully complete an oral defense of the e-Portfolio.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Ziolkowski
PHSC-201-01CIntroductory Physics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a course intended for those students entering the Health Science or Scientific field, especially in the Pre-Professional or general science programs. This course treats most of the topics found in standard introductory physics texts. The areas of study fall under the headings of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Vibrations and Waves. Specific topics are motion in one and two dimensions, forces, energy, momentum, collisions, rotational motion, solids/fluids, thermal processes, vibrations, sound Laboratory fee $15. Prerequisites: MATH 123. Taught fall semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 612

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Hurst
PHSC-201L-01CIntroductory Physics Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a course intended for those students entering the Health Science or Scientific field, especially in the Pre-Professional or general science programs. This course treats most of the topics found in standard introductory physics texts. The areas of study fall under the headings of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Vibrations and Waves. Specific topics are motion in one and two dimensions, forces, energy, momentum, collisions, rotational motion, solids/fluids, thermal processes, vibrations, sound Laboratory fee $15. Prerequisites: MATH 123. Taught fall semester.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Lab Tuesday 01:40PM - 04:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 612

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Hurst
PHSC-201L-02CIntroductory Physics Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a course intended for those students entering the Health Science or Scientific field, especially in the Pre-Professional or general science programs. This course treats most of the topics found in standard introductory physics texts. The areas of study fall under the headings of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Vibrations and Waves. Specific topics are motion in one and two dimensions, forces, energy, momentum, collisions, rotational motion, solids/fluids, thermal processes, vibrations, sound Laboratory fee $15. Prerequisites: MATH 123. Taught fall semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 08:00AM - 10:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 612

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Hurst
POLS-101-01CAmerican National Government
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introduction to the forms, functions, and processes of the American national government. As such, the course offers a broad overview of the American political system. The first portion of the course discusses the foundations of the American political system. The second section focuses on the politics and policies associated with the American system of government, and the final section of the course is concerned with the institutional arrangements that characterize American government.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 309

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Flanigan
POLS-200-01CFoundations of Public Policy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the issues and problems currently facing Congress, the Presidency, and the Courts, including an introduction to the way public policy is determined through the use of analytical models.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 309

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Flanigan
POLS-300-01CPolitical Science Research Mth
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces students to the philosophy and practice of political science research and examines the approaches that researchers use to understand political phenomenon. Students will learn and apply key concepts, including inductive and deductive reasoning, hypothesis construction, operationalization of concepts, measurement, sampling and probability, causal inference, and the logic of controls. In addition, students will gain experience utilizing the introductory tools necessary to prepare for graduate school, law school or applied research in the field.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 309

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Flanigan
POLS-314-01CConstitutional Law I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the first of what is designed to be a two semester course in Constitutional Law. The focus will initially be on the structure, powers, and limitations of the judicial, executive, and legislative branches of the federal government. It will then examine the concept of federalism unique to the American experience. Finally, it will begin the transition to substantive due process rights which will be examined in detail in Constitutional Law II.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 103

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonB. Deel
POLS-490-01CEAGLE Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The off-campus internship program is available to sophomore, junior or senior Political Science majors who have permission from the Program Coordinator. Students will complete 50 supervised contact hours per credit hour with a maximum of 12 course credits available. The internship is intended to provide students with an enhanced learning experience unavailable in the classroom.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonB. Deel
POLS-492-01CInternship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonB. Deel
PSYC-101-01CIntroduction to Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A general introduction to psychology and its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes and correlates of behavior. The topics surveyed will include brain and behavior, memory, perception, development across the lifespan, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapies. (Credit by Examination available.)

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
PSYC-101-01NIntroduction to Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A general introduction to psychology and its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes and correlates of behavior. The topics surveyed will include brain and behavior, memory, perception, development across the lifespan, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapies. (Credit by Examination available.)

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
PSYC-101-02CIntroduction to Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A general introduction to psychology and its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes and correlates of behavior. The topics surveyed will include brain and behavior, memory, perception, development across the lifespan, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapies. (Credit by Examination available.)

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
PSYC-101-03NIntroduction to Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A general introduction to psychology and its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes and correlates of behavior. The topics surveyed will include brain and behavior, memory, perception, development across the lifespan, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapies. (Credit by Examination available.)

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekI. Cuckler
PSYC-212-01CLife-Span Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 120

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
PSYC-212-01NLife-Span Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineL. Adkins
PSYC-212-02CLife-Span Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 120

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Hughes
PSYC-212-03NLife-Span Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Skelton
PSYC-342-01NSocial Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of the systematic study of social behavior. Interpersonal processes and behaviors related to social phenomena are emphasized by focusing upon such topics as attraction, social perception, aggression, conformity, group dynamics, persuasion, and attitude change.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineI. Cuckler
PSYC-352-01NCognitive Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides an overview of human cognition, including such topics as attention, perception, pattern recognition, memory, language, problem solving, creativity, and decision making. The relevance of the study of human cognition to everyday experiences will be emphasized. Students will actively investigate their own cognitive processes through classroom demonstrations, simulations, and field observations.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
PSYC-360-01CLearning and Memory
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course explores human and animal models of both classical and contemporary theories of learning and memory, including clinical applications. Relevant neuroscience research is also integrated into each topic. Students learn to creatively apply learning concepts to solve real problems.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 120

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
PSYC-361-01CIntro to Clinical Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introduction to clinical psychology and therapeutic methods, including familiarization with current testing and assessment procedures. Prerequisite: PSYC 101.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 103

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
PSYC-451-01CExperimental Psychology I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experimental design considerations for research studies are the focus of the course. Topic areas to be covered include: hypothesis formation, determination of independent and dependent variables, control in experimentation, and quasi-experimental designs. Each student will determine a research problem, complete a literature review and submit an APA style proposal. Prerequisites: PSYC 101, 315, SSCI 203.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Innovation Building, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonMichael Bayly
PSYC-498-01CInternship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This o?-campus internship program is available to junior or senior psychology majors who have permission from the course instructor. Students will complete a minimum of 40 supervised contact hours per credit hour with a maximum of four course credits available. The internship is intended to provide career-related work experience. Additional requirements include keeping a journal (log) of experiences and completing a written reflection for each 40 hours completed. Grading for this course is Pass/Fail. Prerequisites: Junior or Senior status and instructor permission. Corequisites: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
4

Available:
4
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Newsome
PUBH-100-01CIntroduction to Public Health
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
PUBH 100: (changing from HPRO 100) This is an introductory course that focuses on the practice of public health, health promotion and education. Students will learn the major responsibilities of a health education specialist and the historical progression of the profession, as well as, the current and future role of public health. Students will also be introduced to basic public health planning, implementation, and advocacy principles with an added emphasis on health behaviors, exercise prescription, professional associations, and credentialing. Prerequisites: N/A Corequisites: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonH. Chillag
MBA-676-02NManagerial Economics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
In this course students apply microeconomic concepts and decision science to managerial problems, relating each topic to a basic valuation model of the firm. Topics include economic optimization, the theory of consumer behavior (demand analysis, demand estimation and forecasting), the theory of the firm (production and cost analysis and estimation), market structure analysis, and other related topics. The objective is for students to demonstrate the ability to understand and apply managerial economics concepts and tools to improve managerial decision-making processes as part of a broader strategic planning process for organizations. Students will also demonstrate the ability to communicate both individually and as a group.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. De
MBA-678-02CStrategic Decision Making
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the culminating capstone course in the program. It covers the total integration of business functions in the context of corporate strategic planning and future development; provides the student with a "case development" project on a selected company or corporation; and requires the completion of a team project based on a detailed presentation on a selected business with specific emphasis on business planning, operation and possible expansion.

Meeting Information:
10/15/2024-12/03/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
MBA-678-02NStrategic Decision Making
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the culminating capstone course in the program. It covers the total integration of business functions in the context of corporate strategic planning and future development; provides the student with a "case development" project on a selected company or corporation; and requires the completion of a team project based on a detailed presentation on a selected business with specific emphasis on business planning, operation and possible expansion.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekF. Ferris
MBA-713-02NLeadership and Ethics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course examines the theoretical frameworks of leadership and expands on management's roles and responsibilities as leaders to create and maintain ethical workplaces. Providing foundations and frameworks for making ethical decisions in business, government, and society.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. White
MBA-723-02NHealthcare Policy and Ethics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an overview of the healthcare system in the U.S. and develops the student's understanding of government policy and ethical issues as they relate to healthcare access, quality, affordability, and the implications of different views on healthcare reform.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Chakib
MBA-732-02NData Vis. & Data Mining
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will introduce students to managerial perspectives on Data Visualization, Data Mining and related Data Science concepts. This course will help students understand the development of fair and meaningful graphical representation of information. Students will be introduced to data association, classification and clustering techniques under data mining topics. Student will thus learn to draw logical conclusions, provide interpretation and recommendations through the use of data visualization and data mining for pattern identification and insights discovery.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ajani
MBA-733-02NData Sci. App. & Technologies
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will introduce students to data science thinking and applications, with a focus on using technologies to manage data and generate insights. The course will also introduce students to cloud computing principles, and associated challenges and benefits. Students will also be exposed to current industry trends and challenges including distributed computing for analytics, real time data analysis and in-memory computing concepts.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ferrante
MBDA-720-02NData Visualization & Mining
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will introduce students to managerial perspectives on Data Visualization, Data Mining and related Data Science concepts. This course will help students understand the development of fair and meaningful graphical representation of information. Students will be introduced to data association, classification and clustering techniques under data mining topics. Student will thus learn to draw logical conclusions, provide interpretation and recommendations through the use of data visualization and data mining for pattern identification and insights discovery.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ajani
MBDA-740-02NData Sci Applications & Tech
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will introduce students to data science thinking and applications, with a focus on using technologies to manage data and generate insights. The course will also introduce students to cloud computing principles, and associated challenges and benefits. Students will also be exposed to current industry trends and challenges including distributed computing for analytics, real time data analysis and in-memory computing concepts.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ferrante
MGMT-420-02NOrganizational Behavior
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Behavioral science concepts and research findings directed toward understanding human behavior within organizations. This behavior is considered as a function of the individual, the groups within which they interact and the structure of the larger organization within which they operate. Prerequisites: MGMT 311 and junior status.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Farrish
MRKT-321-02NPrinciples of Marketing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of economic processes from raw materials to consumer and marketing problems. The basic course for students interested in selling and marketing. Prerequisite: BUSI 151; ACCT 201; BUSI 201; or consent of instructor.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Smith
NURSA-240-01BPediatric Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:10PM, Worley Building, Room C09

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyM. Browning
NURSA-240-01CPediatric Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/18/2024-11/29/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-01BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyM. Browning
NURSA-240L-01CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-02BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyM. Browning
NURSA-240L-02CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-03BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyM. Browning
NURSA-240L-03CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-04CPediatric Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSR-404-02NIntro to Nursing Research
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the nurse for research focused on inquiry and an ability to evaluate evidence that underlies clinical practice to a) challenge the status quo, b) question underlying assumptions, and c) to offer new insights to improve the quality of care for patients, families, and communities in a technology driven practice.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
50
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekK. Dotson
NURSR-410-02NLeadership & Health Policy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the registered nurse for an understanding of leadership roles, behaviors, and strategies that use digitization, mobility of health services, and complex big data to inform health care leader decisions and advance the work of organizations. The course will focus on evidence based innovation, clinical therapeutics, and delivery models to support infrastructure as a central function of nursing leaders in all health settings.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
50
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Lanham
PHAR-508-02NHealthcare Policy and Ethics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an overview of the healthcare system in the U.S. and develops the student's understanding of government policy and ethical issues as they relate to healthcare access, quality, affordability, and the implications of different views on healthcare reform.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Chakib
PSYC-212-02NLife-Span Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Skelton
RADT-203-01BImage Acquisitions
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Study of concepts and practical applications for producing quality radiographs, including contrast and density, technique variations, recorded detail, and distortion. Incorporates concepts of equipment usage including film, screens, grids, beam restrictors, and automatic exposure control.

Meeting Information:
10/17/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-210-01BRadiologic Pharm and Drug Adm
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Introduces basic pharmacological concepts including pharmokinetics, pharmodynamics, contrast administration, venipuncture, and overall patient care during these processes and procedures.

Meeting Information:
10/17/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 12:00PM - 03:20PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
SPBU-360-02NSport and Business Psychology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is an introduction to Psychological issues as they apply to sport and business. The course will focus on understanding sport and business environments, group processes, the individual participants and enhancing performance. Topics will include an introduction to the psychology of sport, personality traits, motivation, leadership, anxiety, stress, arousal, competition, cooperation, feedback, reinforcement, group cohesion, communication and imagery.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
SPCH-103-02NOral Communication Fundamental
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students demonstrate proficiency in everyday communication including interpersonal communication, group problem solving, and impromptu, informative and persuasive speaking. Organization of ideas and control of mind and body are stressed in varied speaking projects.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. Gass
SSCI-105-02NIssues in Social Science
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a general course offered as part of the Initial College Experience (FYE) program. This course provides students with skills and knowledge needed to successfully meet Citizenship outcomes at the foundational level. In particular, the community will focus on the social, political and economic structures of American society. Significant social problems and political issues will be addressed. The community will help students develop communication, critical thinking, and research skills necessary for college success and participatory citizenship.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekI. Cuckler
UNIV-100-02NHealth and Wellness
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
HHealth and Wellness is a web-based course providing an introduction to principles and practices of wellness, hygiene, physical fitness, and responsible behavior. The learner explores aspects of personal conduct and views on physical health, relationships, sexuality, alcohol and drug use, and other health-related topics. Educational experiences provide the student an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills needed for making informed personal choices. Learners have the opportunity to demonstrate competencies in communication and critical thinking. The course is offered during the second eight-week session of the fall and spring semester

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Wildt
WKLD-250-02WKPersonal Development
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Personal development of knowledge, attitudes, skills and habits that contribute to personal and professional success. Participants complete self-assessments and goal setting related to intra- and interpersonal emotional intelligence, character, strengths, resilience, and grit. Workforce scenarios provide practice employing self-management and these skills for personal and professional success.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
NSCI-117-02NWhy Science Matters
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
10/15/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 10/15/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Saul
GSL-610-04NStrategic Thinking
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on business decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process firms use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems firms encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
22

Available:
8
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Lathan
GSL-615-02NLeading Across Boundaries
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores how to create sustainable collaborative cultures in an organization to develop successful and long-lasting relationships. The course examines interpersonal and organizational forces that can inhibit collaboration and strategies to overcome those challenges. Throughout the course, the opportunity to explore topics such as ethics, complexity, design thinking and social responsibility are presented within the scope of leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
5
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekK. Davies
GSL-629-02NResearch Methods
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will examine and analyze qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods in the investigation of phenomena relevant to ethical evidence-based practice and research in organizational leadership. Based on a critical analysis of relevant scholarly literature and practices, students will learn how to formulate a researchable problem and an appropriate investigation strategy. Course topics include basic research designs, the development of sound research questions, measurement, data collection techniques, data analysis methods.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Minear
GSL-630-02NStrategic Project Management
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
23

Available:
5
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Gonzalez
GSL-630-04NStrategic Project Management
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-641-02NStrategic Issues in SAP
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on understanding the strategic issues that comprises the framework for developing a fundamental understanding of SAP. At its core SAP focuses on three primary components; who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like. As such, this course emphasizes practice as managerial action through a lens of management and organization theories. Additionally, practice as a set of tools through the lens of communication and language theories is explored. Finally, practice as knowledge and organizational resources through a lens of social science theories are considered. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of SAP. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Gow
GSL-642-02NStrat Issues: Bus Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the key concepts, tools, and principles of business strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It is concerned with leadership and managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. The course is focused on the information, analyses, organizational processes, and skills and business judgment leaders and managers must use to devise strategies, position their businesses, define firm boundaries and maximize long-term profits in the face of uncertainty and competition. As such, this course emphasizes management and strategy through a lens of management and leadership theories, integrating the substance of previous GSL courses and interdisciplinary student experience. Students will demonstrate their understanding at the end of the course with an individual paper and team presentation.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekR. Mick
GSL-643-02NStrat Issues: Log and Sc Ldrp
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers an in-depth study of issues within strategic level logistics and supply chain functional areas. Logistics functional areas addressed will be supply, inventory, packaging, storage, materials handling, maintenance, and transportation. Supply chain areas addressed will be networks, complexity, information, resource management, organizational relationships, performance measurement, technology, security, and talent management.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-644-02NStrategic Issues in Healthcare
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on analyzing the strategic issues which impact the ability to successfully implement cost effective programs, maintain efficient operations and services, staff and train employees and support other healthcare initiatives. This course emphasizes leadership action through a lens of communication and capacity development as a process of healthcare leadership. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of strategic issues within healthcare leadership. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-645-02NStrat Iss: Crisis Leadership
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the concept of "the crisis" as a matter of strategic interest. It begins by considering what constitutes a crisis. Students will consider the similarities and differences of crisis situations in the public, non-profit, and private sectors. Coursework will include examinations of communications, growth, survival, and other strategies commonly noted in the crisis leadership literature through real-world examples. The intent will be to introduce themes common to crises, and then consider the implications of leader decision-making on those themes and an evolving crisis situation.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekY. Bessemer
GSL-651-02NStrategic Dec Making in SAP
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty using SAP as the analytical framework. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently. These processes are most effectively analyzed in the who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like framework.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
11
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
OnlineT. Gow
SPBU-298-02NPracticum Experience
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This practical opportunity is an introductory field experience in sport business. The practicum experience is designed to expose students to a wide variety of concentrations or specializations in the field such as marketing, sales, ticketing, sponsorship, facility management, advertising and public relations. The course will allow the student to explore career options in a practical work setting. Students may receive 1-3 hours of academic credit for this course depending on the number of practicum hours worked by the student. Students must work 40 practicum hours for each hour of academic credit desired. This course is repeatable twice, so a student may get credit for a maximum of three (3) credits for the course. All practicum experience site proposals must be pre-approved by the program coordinator. Prerequisite: SPBU 101. This course is offered each fall, spring and summer semesters.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
15
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Baker
NURSA-250L-01CNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
6
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Mallory
GSL-652-02NStrategic Decision Making BL
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on the dynamics of strategic decision making in business to strengthen leadership skills and establish a culture of decisive action. Students analyze the long-term impact decisions have on an organization and consider decision-making as a regular process and not as a periodic event. Students engage in the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods organizations use to ensure the strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekR. Mick
NURSA-250L-02BNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-250L-02CNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Mallory
GSL-653-02NStrat Dec Making: Log and SC
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic level decision making techniques specifically the application of these techniques within logistics and supply chain management activities and functions. Teams will evaluate strategic level plans to assess decision points and results gleaning best practices and lessons learned relative to leadership approaches in support of logistics and supply chain functional areas within an organization. These functional areas will include logistics functions such as supply, maintenance, transportation and supply chain functions such as networks, information, technology, resource management, operational performance, and data analytics.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Gow
NURSA-250L-03BNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-250L-03CNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Mallory
GSL-654-02NStrategic Making in Hlthcare
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on cross-functional strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. Students are challenged to identify environmental and competitive demands and develop alternative levels of strategy with respect to patient and care processes, improving service processes and repositioning care programs for value add to the organization. Students are exposed to the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods used to ensure the strategic plan is implemented as planned. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
OTA-211-01BLevel II Fieldwork I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Prereq: successful completion of all OTA didactic requirements. The standards of education for the occupational therapy assistant (as outlined by the American Occupational Therapy Association), require that the student successfully complete at least two Level II clinical fieldwork assignments at (or within 20 months of) the completion of all other academic course work. It is the intention of these standards to encourage the student to gain multiple opportunities to further develop clinical skills in diverse settings, thus insuring a broad- based knowledge of the profession and its practices. The student is encouraged to seek out placements that will best serve these ends. Scheduled with OTA program's academic fieldwork coordinator, these clinical fieldwork assignments are taken as full-time non-paid, pre-employment experiences.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/21/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyC. Dennler
OTA-212-02BLevel II Fieldwork II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Prereq: successful completion of all OTA didactic requirements. The standards of education for the occupational therapy assistant (as outlined by the American Occupational Therapy Association), require that the student successfully complete at least two Level II clinical fieldwork assignments at (or within 20 months of) the completion of all other academic course work. It is the intention of these standards to encourage the student to gain multiple opportunities to further develop clinical skills in diverse settings, thus insuring a broad- based knowledge of the profession and its practices. The student is encouraged to seek out placements that will best serve these ends. Scheduled with OTA program's academic fieldwork coordinator, these clinical fieldwork assignments are taken as full-time non-paid, pre-employment experiences.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
3

Available:
3
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
BeckleyJ. Hurt, C. Dennler
GSL-655-02CStrategic Decision Making CL
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course considers a leader's crisis-related decision-making from multiple angles. It begins by discussing the ways in which perceptions of crisis severity impact decision-making, as well as introduces the notion of enacted sensemaking, whereby a decision affects every follow-on decision for the remainder of the crisis. This course will examine the similarities and differences of decision-making at the tactical and strategic levels in crises. Critical components include basing decisions on incomplete or conflicting information, changing course as new data becomes available, maintaining authenticity and credibility, etc. Organizational and community crisis response relies on a network of individuals, and as such, how does the decision-making of those followers impact the strategy as put forth by the leader? This course analyzes cognition, communication, and control as central responsibilities of crisis leaders and those responsibilities which support decision-making on the part of followers. Additionally, this course concludes with a discussion of how best to gauge the quality of crisis decision-making and organizational performance during crisis response.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Minear
PHAR-650-01CPharmacotherapy 2
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce the student pharmacist to pharmacotherapy management for patients with select disorders. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of each therapeutic topic listed in the individual course schedule. For each therapeutic area studied, applicable concepts in self-care (i.e. nonprescription pharmacotherapy), geriatric, pediatric, pregnancy/lactation, and cultural competency issues will be integrated throughout this course. Students should understand, integrate, and apply the information and skills obtained from pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan for patients. Students will be responsible for preparing for each class session by reading assignments and preparing to discuss cases or applications in class daily. Additional case studies will be completed individually to allow students the opportunity to apply their developing skills in drug therapy optimization.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonB. Troyer
PHAR-750-01CPharmacotherapy 6
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce the student pharmacist to pharmacotherapy management for patients with select disorders. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of each therapeutic topic listed in the individual course schedule. For each therapeutic area studied, applicable concepts in self-care (i.e. nonprescription pharmacotherapy), geriatric, pediatric, pregnancy/lactation, and cultural competency issues will be integrated throughout this course. Students should understand, integrate, and apply the information and skills obtained from pathophysiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics to develop and implement a rational drug therapy plan for patients. Students will be responsible for preparing for each class session by reading assignments and preparing to discuss cases or applications in class daily. Additional case studies will be completed individually to allow students the opportunity to apply their developing skills in drug therapy optimization.

Meeting Information:
10/14/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 113

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 10/14/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonK. Murphy
GSL-655-02NStrategic Decision Making CL
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course considers a leader's crisis-related decision-making from multiple angles. It begins by discussing the ways in which perceptions of crisis severity impact decision-making, as well as introduces the notion of enacted sensemaking, whereby a decision affects every follow-on decision for the remainder of the crisis. This course will examine the similarities and differences of decision-making at the tactical and strategic levels in crises. Critical components include basing decisions on incomplete or conflicting information, changing course as new data becomes available, maintaining authenticity and credibility, etc. Organizational and community crisis response relies on a network of individuals, and as such, how does the decision-making of those followers impact the strategy as put forth by the leader? This course analyzes cognition, communication, and control as central responsibilities of crisis leaders and those responsibilities which support decision-making on the part of followers. Additionally, this course concludes with a discussion of how best to gauge the quality of crisis decision-making and organizational performance during crisis response.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
11
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekY. Bessemer
DEL-901-09NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-901-11NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-901-13NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-901-15NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-901-17NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-901-19NDissertation I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-902-01NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
23
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-902-03NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-902-05NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-902-07NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-902-09NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-902-11NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-902-13NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-902-15NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-902-17NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-902-19NDissertation II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-903-01NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
21
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-903-03NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-903-05NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-903-07NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-903-09NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
22
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-903-11NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
23
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-903-13NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-903-15NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-903-17NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-903-19NDissertation III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation argument The goal is to generate new knowledge and/or to answer significant questions within the leadership field of study. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the leadership field.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
22
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-904-01NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Barnette
DEL-904-03NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. Wylie
DEL-904-05NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineD. White
DEL-904-07NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineR. McLaughlin
DEL-904-09NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineA. Koehler
DEL-904-11NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Dugan
DEL-904-13NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Davies
DEL-904-15NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineC. Lathan
DEL-904-17NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineM. Lonam
DEL-904-19NDissertation Continuation
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The doctoral dissertation is designed to demonstrate the researcher's ability to conduct research as a scholar practitioner. This process begins after the approval of the dissertation proposal. The goal is to generate new knowledge within the discipline of leadership. This research project is accomplished through the collection and analysis of both primary and original data on a specific problem. The researcher's project culminates with a scholarly document and presentation that represents the three elements of stewardship: generation, conservation, and transformation of knowledge within the discipline.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJoan L. Clark
DEL-910-01NGenerating, Conserving, Trans
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DEL-920-01NGenerating, Conserving, and Tr
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
20
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DEL-930-01NGenerating, Conserving, and Tr
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Generating, Conserving, and Transforming Knowledge. Participants answer this question: As stewards of the discipline, how will they and others meet the expectations of generating new knowledge, conserving the discipline, and transforming knowledge to others? Participants assess existing knowledge in the leadership discipline to determine goals and directions for their professional activities, engage in experiential learning in support of their professional goals, and create and present their post-graduate personal plan as a scholar-practitioner. 3 cr. -- Pass/Fai

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
DMDS-490-01CDigital Media Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will provide students the opportunity to obtain practical work experience. Students will focus on developing his or her skills as it relates to digital media and specified interests.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/18/2024

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
7

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
NURSA-225L-02CMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225L-03BMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-225L-03CMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225L-04BMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
9
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-225L-04CMedical Surgical Nurs II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-230-01BObstetric Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on developing the evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:10PM, Annex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-230-01CObstetric Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on developing the evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-230L-01BObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-230L-01CObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-230L-02BObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-230L-02CObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-230L-03BObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
9
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-230L-03CObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-230L-04BObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
8
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-230L-04CObstetric Nursing Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with experiences to interact with and observe individuals and families in various stages of the childbearing process. This course focuses on developing an evidence-based practice to plan, deliver, and evaluate safe care to the childbearing woman, family, and newborn. Emphasis is placed on development of the student's ability to apply the nursing process to the family unit. Nursing process is presented with an emphasis on the assessment of women and newborn infants. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-235-01BMedical Surgical Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course continues to build upon the concepts and principles introduced in previous courses. The student continues to develop competency with the nursing process while caring for adult patients with complex and/or chronic health deviations. Concepts related to delegation of care are introduced. Nursing care reflecting a holistic view of the patient is emphasized. The student expands knowledge and skills in evaluation to examine how health care delivery systems interact and impact patient outcomes.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
17
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyP. Lewis
NURSA-235-01CMedical Surgical Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course continues to build upon the concepts and principles introduced in previous courses. The student continues to develop competency with the nursing process while caring for adult patients with complex and/or chronic health deviations. Concepts related to delegation of care are introduced. Nursing care reflecting a holistic view of the patient is emphasized. The student expands knowledge and skills in evaluation to examine how health care delivery systems interact and impact patient outcomes.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonS. Coles
NURSA-235L-01BMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-235L-01CMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonS. Coles
NURSA-235L-02BMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
5
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-235L-02CMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
6
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonS. Coles
NURSA-235L-03BMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
5
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-235L-03CMedical Surgical III Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Clinical and simulation experiences provide opportunities to apply critical thinking and complex clinical problems. Experiences are intended to facilitate the student's ability to make individual nursing decisions, refine nursing skills and to foster independence within the role of the nursing student.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Davis, S. Coles
NURSA-250-01BNursing Practicum
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This capstone course in the major is designed to promote successful transition from student to graduate nurse by strengthening knowledge, use of theory, critical thinking, beginning management and leadership principles, and the use of legal, ethical, and professional nursing standards in the practice of nursing. Students must demonstrate application of a personal philosophy of nursing, therapeutic communication, nursing process, quality evaluation and improvement, and legal, ethical, and professional standards of nursing. The student will complete a preceptorship under the supervision of a license professional registered nurse in an approved healthcare facility.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyP. Lewis
NURSA-250-01CNursing Practicum
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This capstone course in the major is designed to promote successful transition from student to graduate nurse by strengthening knowledge, use of theory, critical thinking, beginning management and leadership principles, and the use of legal, ethical, and professional nursing standards in the practice of nursing. Students must demonstrate application of a personal philosophy of nursing, therapeutic communication, nursing process, quality evaluation and improvement, and legal, ethical, and professional standards of nursing. The student will complete a preceptorship under the supervision of a license professional registered nurse in an approved healthcare facility.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Mallory
NURSA-250L-01BNursing Practicum Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Reliant on competencies developed in all previous nursing courses, and congruent with the ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Nursing's Social Policy Statement, West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation, West Virginia Title 19 Legislative Rules, and West Virginia Code and Law Chapter 30, Article 7, student knowledge and performance is enhanced through a variety of experiences in patient care under the direction of a preceptor. Opportunities are provided for students to experience the role of staff nurse, gain confidence in using critical thinking and technical skills in the clinical environment, strengthen knowledge and use of theory in practice, foster collegial respect, enhance self-image as a nurse, and assist in role transition from student to graduate nurse.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyP. Lewis
NURSA-255-01BNCLEX-RN
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to assist students in their preparation and readiness for NCLEX-RN testing required for licensure as a professional nurse. Students will review content identified on the NCLEX RN test plan, take standardized comprehensive NCLEX-RN predictor exams and remediate content deficits

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyS. Marsh
NURSA-255-01CNCLEX-RN
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to assist students in their preparation and readiness for NCLEX-RN testing required for licensure as a professional nurse. Students will review content identified on the NCLEX RN test plan, take standardized comprehensive NCLEX-RN predictor exams and remediate content deficits

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 05:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Mallory
NURSM-503-01NAdvanced Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course expands students' knowledge of leadership, skills, characteristics, and qualities to contribute to profession of nursing in the advanced practice role. Principles of leadership are examined including ethics, negotiation, interprofessional teamwork, advocacy, problem-solving, managing diversity, interprofessional collaboration, and multi-agency partnerships, quality improvement and safety, and organizational behavior.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Romani
NURSM-504-01NInfo Technology in Practice
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course examines nursing informatics and technology in the practice of the advanced practice registered nurse. Students examine the relationship between patient care and nursing informatics to prepare for leadership roles that support patient safety and promote quality improvement within complex health systems. Students also examine the impact of these technologies on nursing practice, administration, teaching, and research.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Lewis
NURSM-510-01NAdvanced Pathophysiology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course examines the physiological and pathophysiological reactions to disease and injury and how that influences patient care. The focus is on the normal and variations of normal using scientific concepts of disease processes. Students will examine cellular and systematic functions, the body's defense responses, maintenance of vital functions, and develop treatment plans for patients across the lifespan in an effort to support homeostasis.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
19
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Williams
NURSM-515-02NAdvanced Pharmacology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
In this course the student will build and magnify their knowledge of pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics as an advanced practice registered nurse. Students will examine factors that influence medication efficacy, safety, cost, complementary regimens, genetic and environmental impacts, drug legislation and regulation for prescriptive authority. The student will examine considerations for patients across the lifespan considering age, health state, culture, financial abilities, and quality of life.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineB. Fuhrman
NURSM-520-01NAdvanced Health Assessment
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The focus of this course is the advanced physical assessment of patients' physical and emotional well-being across the lifespan using culturally sensitive strategies. This course will teach skilled interviewing, diagnostic reasoning, data collection and analysis from the patient history, physical examination skills, and diagnostic procedures in a systemic approach. Students will demonstrate their skills by completing a comprehensive physical assessment.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineS. Marsh
NURSM-525-01NFamily Nurse Practitioner Caps
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course includes the scholarly project which provides the opportunity to complete a culminating scholarly synthesis of their graduate education. Students focus on a scholarly project that fosters the development of and dissemination of evidence-based project findings. Students will complete a literature review, identify a theory or framework, work with IRB if applicable, and present their capstone as a presentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineK. Williams
NURSP-625-01NPrimary Care I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on the care of acute and episodic health conditions frequently encountered in the primary care of adults and health behaviors that effect health such as nutrition, exercise, smoking, sedentary lifestyles that are intrinsic to diseases. The course emphasizes the development of assessment, differential diagnoses, interventions, screening, evidence-based care, health promotion, and illness prevention. The goal is to focus on patient education, data collection, aggregation of patient data, and evaluation to develop a diagnosis and a plan of care. This course will include 200 hours of supervised clinical practicum.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
11
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineB. Fuhrman, K. Williams
NURSP-635-01NPrimary Care II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores the care of women and pediatric patients with acute and chronic illnesses. The course emphasizes developmental differences related to screening, evidence-based care, health promotion and prevention. The goal is to focus on evaluation, intervention, patient education, treatment, differential diagnoses, and implementation of the plan of care. Students will apply the advanced practice nurse role when providing care to women and children. This course will include 250 hours of supervised clinical practicum.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineB. Beimel
NURSP-645-01NTransitions: Advanced Nursing
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course examines the care of chronic and complex conditions of older adults with emphasis on quality of life, normal aging and health of chronic and complex conditions. The course will examine patients with multiple comorbidities. The goal is to focus on evaluation, intervention, patient education, evidence-based care, treatment, follow-up, referral, health promotion, and illness prevention. The course will assist with transition to practice as an advanced professional registered nurse by expanding the thinking of students and providing a sense of identity in their new practice role. This course will include 300 hours of supervised clinical practicum.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
21
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineB. Fuhrman
NURSR-402-01NPrevention and Population Hlth
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the nurse for an understanding of U.S and global population health. Students will explore effective communication strategies designed to reduce risk for disease and develop evidence-based nursing judgements regarding disparities and inequalities within a community health context. Patterns of population health outcomes will be analyzed and health policy issues that employ advocacy strategies to promote wellness will be examined.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
45
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Lanham
NURSR-404-01NIntro to Nursing Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the nurse for research focused on inquiry and an ability to evaluate evidence that underlies clinical practice to a) challenge the status quo, b) question underlying assumptions, and c) to offer new insights to improve the quality of care for patients, families, and communities in a technology driven practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
45
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekK. Dotson
ORGL-150-01NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-03NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-05NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-07NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
NURSR-302-02NAdv Health Assessment in RN
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the nurse for comprehensive, integrative, and holistic health assessment of groups and populations across the lifespan. Emphasis is placed on data collection, documentation, and analysis of data, information, knowledge, and wisdom development to support nursing decision-making in a technology driven practice.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
45
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekP. Lewis
NURSR-410-02NLeadership & Health Policy
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the registered nurse for an understanding of leadership roles, behaviors, and strategies that use digitization, mobility of health services, and complex big data to inform health care leader decisions and advance the work of organizations. The course will focus on evidence based innovation, clinical therapeutics, and delivery models to support infrastructure as a central function of nursing leaders in all health settings.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
50

Available:
45
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Lanham
ORGL-150-02NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-04NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-06NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-150-08NIntro to Professional Develop
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in online and outcome-based education. Throughout the course, the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the knowledge and application for working in online teams and developing thoughtfully written assignments following APA standards. The student will also learn to conduct library research and recognize planning, and advising resources provided by the university to support success. Furthermore, the student will develop skills of understanding of academic integrity, and formulate strategies for critical reading, writing, and thinking and reflection. The goal of this course is to provide a foundation of understanding necessary for online learning which students can successfully build upon.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-151-02NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-151-04NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-151-06NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-301-02NThe Adult Learner
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces participants to life-long learning emphasizing learning and cognition theories, models, and principles applied to the workplace and other adult learning venues. We will explore adult learning in different contexts, become acquainted with the main debates in the field, and with the philosophies and methodologies used by a variety of adult education projects. In addition to considering followers as adult learners, participants in this course returning to education as adults will develop learning techniques proven to improve their success. This course will contribute to participants' competencies of leading self with character, leading in a climate of change, and leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-301-04NThe Adult Learner
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces participants to life-long learning emphasizing learning and cognition theories, models, and principles applied to the workplace and other adult learning venues. We will explore adult learning in different contexts, become acquainted with the main debates in the field, and with the philosophies and methodologies used by a variety of adult education projects. In addition to considering followers as adult learners, participants in this course returning to education as adults will develop learning techniques proven to improve their success. This course will contribute to participants' competencies of leading self with character, leading in a climate of change, and leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-305-02NPrin and Issues of Human Resou
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Study of organizational structure with emphasis on staffing management involved in recruitment, selection, training, wage and salary administration, and personnel assessment. Introduces employment, selection, and placement of personnel; usage levels and methods; job descriptions; training methods and programs; and employee evaluation systems. Includes procedures for management of human resources, and uses case studies and problems to demonstrate implementation of these techniques. The philosophical foundation for this course derives from the belief that the only asset in an organization which can appreciate over time is its human resources. In many organizations employment costs represent up to 80 percent of operating budgets. Clearly, leaders must have a firm understanding of the dynamics associated with a comprehensive human resource process systems model. Participants examine the specific elements associated with a progressive human resource management function within business organizations, and the many environmental influences that impact the human resource process systems. This course directly addresses three of our leadership competencies: leading others and connecting through communication, leading in a climate of change, leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
13
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-401-02NThe Learning Organization
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices from the disciplines of adult learning, organizational development, and human resource development. Emphasizes transformational leadership, how it develops, and the competencies and principles needed to reinvent or transform oneself into a leader. Students examine the change process from the perspective of the individual within an organization. They further examine a career model for improving professional development and explore basic assumptions about the contributions of individuals to organizations, with a goal of producing competent professionals who can think in action and apply their knowledge under changing conditions. The focus of this course involves the student's ability for critical thinking, knowing-in-action, reflecting-in-action, and self-understanding as an individual in an organization.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-401-04NThe Learning Organization
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices from the disciplines of adult learning, organizational development, and human resource development. Emphasizes transformational leadership, how it develops, and the competencies and principles needed to reinvent or transform oneself into a leader. Students examine the change process from the perspective of the individual within an organization. They further examine a career model for improving professional development and explore basic assumptions about the contributions of individuals to organizations, with a goal of producing competent professionals who can think in action and apply their knowledge under changing conditions. The focus of this course involves the student's ability for critical thinking, knowing-in-action, reflecting-in-action, and self-understanding as an individual in an organization.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
18
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-402-02NOrganizational Behavior
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses issues of how people live their lives at work and in organizations. An overarching theme of gaining a competitive edge through people involves understanding individuals as they function in organizations, as well as how organizations design and structure work to achieve goals. Behaviorally oriented; conceptually, combines the function of management with the psychology of leading and managing people. Emphasizes effective use of human resources through understanding diversity; human motivation and behavior patterns; conflict management and resolution; group functioning and process; the psychology of decision making; and the importance of recognizing, analyzing, and managing change.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
7
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-02NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-04NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
6
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-06NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
24
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-02NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-04NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-06NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-413-02NHuman Resource Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses current human resource development practice from the perspective of the role of change agent and organizational transformation. Incorporates a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices in human resource and organizational development. Texts present real-world change agents and their attempts to deal with problems and situations.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-413-04NHuman Resource Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses current human resource development practice from the perspective of the role of change agent and organizational transformation. Incorporates a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices in human resource and organizational development. Texts present real-world change agents and their attempts to deal with problems and situations.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-430-02NDeveloping Teams
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
First course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement team and collaborative initiatives that address an organizational problem or situation for their employer or a comparable organization. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
7
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-430-04NDeveloping Teams
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
First course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement team and collaborative initiatives that address an organizational problem or situation for their employer or a comparable organization. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-02NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-04NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-06NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
0
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-442-02NLeading Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to confidently lead successful change initiatives. The course will provide students with the tools to identify and assess the impact of change, develop strategies to manage the change process, and foster successful change outcomes. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and hands-on activities, students will gain the skills to recognize and address the challenges associated with change, create an effective communication strategy, and ensure buy-in from stakeholders. Students will also explore strategies for monitoring and reporting on the progress of change initiatives. Upon completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the change process and the ability to effectively lead change initiatives.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
22
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
OTA-212-01BLevel II Fieldwork II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Prereq: successful completion of all OTA didactic requirements. The standards of education for the occupational therapy assistant (as outlined by the American Occupational Therapy Association), require that the student successfully complete at least two Level II clinical fieldwork assignments at (or within 20 months of) the completion of all other academic course work. It is the intention of these standards to encourage the student to gain multiple opportunities to further develop clinical skills in diverse settings, thus insuring a broad- based knowledge of the profession and its practices. The student is encouraged to seek out placements that will best serve these ends. Scheduled with OTA program's academic fieldwork coordinator, these clinical fieldwork assignments are taken as full-time non-paid, pre-employment experiences.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
16
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
BeckleyC. Dennler
PSYC-212-02NLife-Span Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
21
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Skelton
RADT-206-02NQuality Assurance
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Principles of practice for effective imaging quality control. Addresses equipment calibration, darkroom and processing, repeat rate, artifacts, and various quality standards.

Meeting Information:
07/05/2024-08/16/2024 Lecture Friday Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
26

Available:
26
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
OnlineJ. Wilcox
SPCH-103-02NOral Communications
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students demonstrate proficiency in everyday communication including interpersonal communication, group problem solving, and impromptu, informative and persuasive speaking. Organization of ideas and control of mind and body are stressed in varied speaking projects.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
26
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. Gass
WKLD-250-02NPersonal Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Personal development of knowledge, attitudes, skills and habits that contribute to personal and professional success. Participants complete self-assessments and goal setting related to intra- and interpersonal emotional intelligence, character, strengths, resilience, and grit. Workforce scenarios provide practice employing self-management and these skills for personal and professional success.

Meeting Information:
07/01/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 07/01/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
CHEM-202-01COrganic Chemistry II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A continuation of CHEM 201, which is a pre-requisite. The emphasis is placed on reaction mechanisms and synthetic methods. Three lecture hours and three lab hours per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 201. Laboratory fee $50. Taught each spring.

Meeting Information:
07/08/2024-08/08/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/08/2024

Ends: 08/11/2024
CharlestonX. Sun
CHEM-202L-01COrganic Chemistry II Lab
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
07/08/2024-08/07/2024 Lab Monday, Wednesday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 605

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 07/08/2024

Ends: 08/11/2024
CharlestonX. Sun
RADT-128-01BRadiologic Clinical III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Third course in clinical series. Addresses patient care principles, radiographic positioning, film critique, radiation protection, and principles of exposure using a competency-based approach. Students observe and participate in radiographic examinations by applying knowledge base acquired in previous courses.

Meeting Information:
07/08/2024-08/07/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
26

Available:
26
Starts: 07/08/2024

Ends: 08/11/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
PHAR-615L-01CInt Pharm Practice Exp II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience II (IPPE II) is intended to provide a more in depth experience in community practice for second year pharmacy students. Early exposure to practice will make didactic instruction more relevant by providing opportunities to participate in pharmacist patient care activities (under the direct supervision of a preceptor) as well as managerial practices. Students will be placed in a community practice setting for 160 hours and will be enrolled in this course in either the fall or spring semester of the second professional year. Pre-requisites: PHAR 525L.

Meeting Information:
08/15/2024-12/05/2024 Clinical Lab Thursday 08:00AM - 05:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/12/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Condee
PHAR-501L-01CProf. Awareness Prep. Seminar
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This seminar lab is designed to provide the enrolling first year professional pharmacy student with foundational information and knowledge necessary to begin the program. The seminar contains 40 hours of contact, and takes place the week immediately preceding the start of the fall semester. The seminar will provide general orientation to: the School of Pharmacy policies and procedures, curriculum, faculty and staff, the advising process, assessment methods, study skills that may promote success, stress management techniques, available University of Charleston services, an overview of professional expectations, experiential requirements, student governance, student organizations, co-curricular opportunities and an introduction to communication (both written and verbal). Participants will also participate in activities designed to facilitate productive group interactions. This seminar lab provides foundational information and activities to prepare entering pharmacy students for the rigor and professional expectations of pharmacy school. The culminating activity of the course is participation in the School of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony

Meeting Information:
08/12/2024-08/16/2024 Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 08:00AM - 05:00PM, Pharmacy Building, Room 111

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
80

Available:
80
Starts: 08/12/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonJ. Ziolkowski
ACCT-201-01CPrinciples of Accounting I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of basic concepts, principles and procedures of accounting for business entities. Topics include the accounting cycle, basic accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for assets and liabilities.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Khan
ACCT-201-01NPrinciples of Accounting I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of basic concepts, principles and procedures of accounting for business entities. Topics include the accounting cycle, basic accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for assets and liabilities.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekL. Gillenwater
ACCT-201-02CPrinciples of Accounting I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of basic concepts, principles and procedures of accounting for business entities. Topics include the accounting cycle, basic accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for assets and liabilities.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Khan
ACCT-201-03CPrinciples of Accounting I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of basic concepts, principles and procedures of accounting for business entities. Topics include the accounting cycle, basic accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for assets and liabilities.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Khan
ACCT-202-01CPrinciples of Accounting II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of the study of basic concepts, principles and procedures of accounting. Topics include partnership and corporation accounting, statement of cash flows, financial statement analysis and managerial accounting with emphasis on decision making. Prerequisite: ACCT 201. (Credit by examination available.)

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Khan
DMDS-302-01CWeb and Social Media Design
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will focus on web and social media design. It will provide the students techniques and skills used in developing web and social media design using Adobe Dream Weaver, HTML, and XD. Students will focus on layout and composition.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
12

Available:
12
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-303-01CDigital Media and Graphics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students will demonstrate a basic understanding of Adobe suites developed in Digital Media and Graphics. Students will focus on the application of concepts and ideas and begin to apply skills to visual communication. Students will learn Adobe Premiere and begin to prepare for Adobe Certified Associate.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
12

Available:
12
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-311-01CAnimation & Product Design
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The studio will focus on the creation of Animation and Product development. Students will story board ideas to develop characters and short animation. Students will produce a tangible product that can be used at UC, the local community, or non-profit organizations.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
12

Available:
12
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-410-01CDigital Media Senior Capstone
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will be centered around an individually developed project to prepare students for their future. Students will complete a comprehensive capstone project designed for an appropriate audience, which will concentrate on an area of focus in digital media. Along with the project, students will complete a portfolio of work.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 213

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
DMDS-490-01CDigital Media Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course will provide students the opportunity to obtain practical work experience. Students will focus on developing his or her skills as it relates to digital media and specified interests.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
8

Available:
8
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Floyd
ECON-201-01CPrinciples of Microeconomics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course presents the fundamental principles of the microeconomic theory as applied to consumers, producers, and government. This includes how market demand and supply operate to determine price and output in various competitive and non-competitive conditions. Related topics include elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, economic functions of government, externalities, and public goods.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Hybrid Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonTo be Announced
ECON-201-01NPrinciples of Microeconomics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course presents the fundamental principles of the microeconomic theory as applied to consumers, producers, and government. This includes how market demand and supply operate to determine price and output in various competitive and non-competitive conditions. Related topics include elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, economic functions of government, externalities, and public goods.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Nichols
ECON-202-01CPrinciples of Macroeconomics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a study of macroeconomic principles as they relate to national economic goals. Topics include international trade, national income accounting, economic growth, inflation, employment, macroeconomic models of aggregate demand and supply, federal budget deficits, public debt, and an analysis of fiscal and monetary policy.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Hybrid Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. De
EDUC-100-01CIntroduction to Education
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is an introduction to the education profession and is designed to familiarize prospective educators with the work of the K-12 teacher and community educator. The content of the course provides students with a comprehensive examination of three main factors that affect the work of an educator: (1) students and the social issues they bring with them to schools, (2) curriculum and instruction, and (3) organizational structures, governance and school law. Candidates will explore their own interests in the field of education by relating it to their personal educational experiences. Public school field experiences (20 hours) introduce students to a range of educational levels, a variety of multi-cultural and socio-economic settings, and diverse student populations. This course is offered every fall.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:00PM - 01:15PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Divita
EDUC-100-02CIntroduction to Education
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is an introduction to the education profession and is designed to familiarize prospective educators with the work of the K-12 teacher and community educator. The content of the course provides students with a comprehensive examination of three main factors that affect the work of an educator: (1) students and the social issues they bring with them to schools, (2) curriculum and instruction, and (3) organizational structures, governance and school law. Candidates will explore their own interests in the field of education by relating it to their personal educational experiences. Public school field experiences (20 hours) introduce students to a range of educational levels, a variety of multi-cultural and socio-economic settings, and diverse student populations. This course is offered every fall.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:00PM - 01:15PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Divita
EDUC-204-01NThe Inclusive Classroom
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This blended online course emphasizes procedures and strategies for including students with exceptionalities and culturally diverse learners in the general education classroom and other learning settings. Candidates are introduced to the concepts of universal design for learning, understanding by design, and culturally responsive teaching. Candidates also create lesson plans that include all learners. The course emphasizes collaborating effectively with professionals and family members to meet individualized education plan goals and objectives in the general classroom. As a service-learning intensive course, students spend 20 hours in public school and/or community inclusive settings.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineJ. Cheek
EDUC-253-01CElementary Physical Education
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on preschool and elementary instructional strategies that emphasize developmentally appropriate skills, physical activity and motor skill development, management skills and self-discipline, lifetime personal health and wellness, cooperation, responsibility, and sensitivity to diversity. In addition, the course emphasizes how the classroom teacher can introduce physical movement in the classroom to energize thinking and enhance academic skills. Students will teach and work with students in a 10-hour field experience in an elementary school setting and creat lesson and/or skills plans related to physical movement and/or wellness as part of the teaching experience.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Gallagher
EDUC-311-01CIntro to Diagnosis & Assessmen
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course examines the design, production, application, and scoring of teacher-made and standardized tests with norm-referenced and criterion-referenced measurements. Attention is given to planning assessments for units, incorporating technology for assessment and scoring, and developing authentic assessments and rubrics. The course includes fundamental descriptive statistics needed for interpreting tests scores of students with and without exceptionalities. Multicultural issues in assessment are emphasized.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday 09:25AM - 12:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Cheek
EDUC-320-01CIntegrated Methods
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a detailed analysis of instructional planning, teaching methodologies and classroom management as they apply to the learner, content, and context of classrooms. Emphasis is given to integrated planning, meeting the needs of diverse students, and the use of appropriate methods, materials and evaluation instruments. An extensive field experience in a public school setting (20 hours of teaching and observation) is coordinated with the course. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: EDUC 299.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Divita
EDUC-320-02CIntegrated Methods
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a detailed analysis of instructional planning, teaching methodologies and classroom management as they apply to the learner, content, and context of classrooms. Emphasis is given to integrated planning, meeting the needs of diverse students, and the use of appropriate methods, materials and evaluation instruments. An extensive field experience in a public school setting (20 hours of teaching and observation) is coordinated with the course. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: EDUC 299.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Divita
EDUC-325-01CReading in the Content Area
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is an exploration of how students comprehend and learn with text and how teachers can assist them in these processes. Topics covered include the meaning of comprehension, assessment of student reading skills, study skills, and specific teaching strategies for disciplines in middle and secondary schools. Candidates will be given the opportunity to explore, model and practice various strategies. A 20 hour public school field experience is required. Note: This course is required only for Secondary Special Education majors. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: EDUC 320

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Gallagher
EDUC-330-01CPositive Behavioral Support
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Candidates discover how and why students experience issues with inappropriate behavior and identify behavioral needs through functional behavioral assessment. Candidates learn the significance of a supportive classroom environment that encourages positive behavior, enhances self-esteem, and provides clear, consistent behavioral expectations. The course provides instruction in problem solving, conflict resolution, social skills, and behavior modification. The course also highlights the importance of including family and others in planning behavioral interventions. During this course, candidates create an Eligibility/Evaluation of Services, Individualized Education Program, a Social Skills Unit, a Functional Behavior Assessment, and a Behavior Modification Portfolio. Candidates also spend 20 hours in a special education setting working with students who have behavioral disorders. Pre-requisites: EDUC 203 and EDUC 204. Offered fall of odd years in rotation with EDUC 340 and EDUC 360.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Thursday 06:00PM - 08:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Cheek
EDUC-330-02CPositive Behavioral Support
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Candidates discover how and why students experience issues with inappropriate behavior and identify behavioral needs through functional behavioral assessment. Candidates learn the significance of a supportive classroom environment that encourages positive behavior, enhances self-esteem, and provides clear, consistent behavioral expectations. The course provides instruction in problem solving, conflict resolution, social skills, and behavior modification. The course also highlights the importance of including family and others in planning behavioral interventions. During this course, candidates create an Eligibility/Evaluation of Services, Individualized Education Program, a Social Skills Unit, a Functional Behavior Assessment, and a Behavior Modification Portfolio. Candidates also spend 20 hours in a special education setting working with students who have behavioral disorders. Pre-requisites: EDUC 203 and EDUC 204. Offered fall of odd years in rotation with EDUC 340 and EDUC 360.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Thursday 06:00PM - 08:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Cheek
EDUC-360-01CHigh Incidence Disabilities
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course addresses the academic and behavioral needs of students with high incidence disabilities, including those with learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, mild mental impairments, and behavioral disorders. Emphasis is placed on developing reading, oral and written language, and mathematical skills. During this course, candidates create an Eligibility/Evaluation of Services, Individualized Education Program, 504 Plan, Ideal Inclusive Environment Case Study, Assistive Technology Checklist, and Collaboration Plan as well as a Behavior Modification Plan and Social Skills Lesson Plan. Candidates will have the opportunity to teach and assess students with high incidence disabilities during this 20 hour field experience. Knowledge of disability characteristics and inclusion strategies is assumed. Pre-requisites: EDUC 203 and 204. Offered Fall of even years in rotation with EDUC 330 and EDUC 340.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday 06:00PM - 08:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Cheek
EDUC-378-01CElementary Integrated Methods
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course focuses on curriculum, instructional methods, assessment, and materials needed for effective instruction in language arts, social studies, and science. All learning experiences are connected to state and national standards and to Praxis content outcomes in each of the content areas. Teacher candidates will participate in both class sessions and on-site field experience learning. Candidates complete 20 hours or more of field experience during this course. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: EDUC 320.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Thursday 09:25AM - 12:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Divita
ENGL-101-01CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Conyers
ENGL-101-01NFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Taylor
ENGL-101-02CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Conyers
ENGL-101-03CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Conyers
ENGL-101-04CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonH. Chillag
ENGL-101-05CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonH. Chillag
ENGL-101-06CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJeannie Dalporto
ENGL-101-07CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Wilbur
ENGL-101-08CFreshman Writing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Wilbur
ENGL-102-01CFreshman Writing II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of COMM 101, culminating in a research paper.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJeannie Dalporto
ENGL-102-01NFreshman Writing II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of COMM 101, culminating in a research paper.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENGL-224-01NSurvey of American Lit II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENGL-231-01CNon-Western World Lit
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of the major literary traditions of several non-western cultures, including Africa, Asia, India, and the Middle East from ancient times to the present. The course focuses on the development of poetry, the novel, drama, epic, essay, and short fiction.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 337

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Wilbur
ENGL-320-01CMultiethnic Literature
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An in-depth study of the fiction and poetry of minority writers of the United States and Britain, including Asian-American, Native-American, African-American, Hispanic, Jewish-American, and gay and lesbian writers.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 337

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJeannie Dalporto
ENGL-340-01NCreative Writing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introduction to the elements and form of creative fiction, including plot and character development, style, tone, and point of view.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Wilbur
ENGL-361-01CThe Eagle
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course is a practicum course that is centered on students creating the school newspaper, 'The Eagle.' Students work on writing and editing while also learning the expectations of journalistic writing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/02/2024 Lecture Monday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 121

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJeannie Dalporto, H. Kennedy
ENGL-405-01CSenior Capstone in English
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The Senior Capstone course is a directed study with the student's English advisor. The Capstone is designed to be a flexible experience that can include a research project, portfolio, or creative project.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 01:40PM - 02:55PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 121

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJeannie Dalporto
ENTR-320-01CApplied Entrepreneurship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This practicum experience is designed to expose students to a project-based opportunity linked to local business. Additionally, through a series of guest presenters, students will learn from area leaders within Charleston's business development eco-system. The course will allow the student to explore professional options in a practical work setting and understand the community support framework for entrepreneurial endeavors.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. McCool
ENTR-498-01CEntrepreneurship Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An immersive experience that allows students a practical opportunity to apply the knowledge they have developed in various courses to a real-world entrepreneurship setting. Prerequisites: ENTR 318, ENTR 301 or permission of instructor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. McCool
EXER-113-01CStructural Kinesiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course on the structures of the body, including planes of movement, anatomical terms and directions, bony landmarks, and muscle identification.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Mashinter
EXER-201-01CTraining Concepts
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This, theory-based foundational course, focuses on the development and implementation of strength training concepts, activities, and beginning foundational program planning for different segments of the physically active population.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Monk
EXER-225-01NMedical Terminology in Exe Sci
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Medical Terminology in Exercise Science and Healthcare emphasizes etymology, definition, pronunciation and correct utilization of medical terms, enabling the student to develop a vocabulary essential to the understanding of and communication within the various health areas in which allied health professionals will serve.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Monk
EXER-252-01CFoundations of Injury Mmgt
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Foundations of Injury Management This course provides an introduction to the identification, prevention, assessment, and management techniques of sports-related injuries and illnesses for sports medicine professionals. Students receive OSHA training in the handling of blood borne pathogens, advanced first aid, CPR and AED instruction, and professional responsibilities of the healthcare personnel.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Mashinter
EXER-275-01CProgram Design and Implementat
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is a scientific and applied course focusing on strength training activates and design concepts for different segments of the population. the course focuses on the understanding and measurement of human performance through the development of aerobic and anaerobic program delivery, including sport periodization, plyometric training, flexibility and speed-endurance development.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Bradley
EXER-304-01NSports Nutrition
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to study nutrition as it specifically relates to physical activity and sport performance. This course examines the evidence-based nutritional needs and use of fuels for various types of physical activity, from review of body composition, energy balance, and roles of specific nutrients, to evaluation of nutritional claims and performance enhancing products.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
EXER-325-01CExercise Prescription
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A "hands-on" approach that applies basic exercise testing principles of cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, nutrition, and body composition to specific populations. Screening and testing devices, physical activity, disease, aging and psychological health will be studied. Implications of basic exercise testing principles will be investigated within a diverse population.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Bradley
EXER-333-01CPharm & Psyc Issues
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to educate students on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of medications used in the physically active individual and the psychological response to injury and interventions for the physically active individual, including substance abuse, mental health, and catastrophic injuries.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Mashinter
EXER-355-01CMotion Analysis
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will allow the student to study joint structure and motion as it relates to movement, strength training/conditioning, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. The students will apply basic concepts to scenarios in the Sports Medicine/Athletic Training field. Students are eligible to sit for the Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) exam through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) upon successful completion of the course. Prerequisites: BIOL 251 and 252 or BIOL 301 and 302. Pre or co-requisite: ATEP 370.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Mashinter
NSCI-117-01CWhy Science Matters
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/04/2024 Hybrid Monday, Wednesday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonB. Pauley
NSCI-117-01NWhy Science Matters
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekD. Stiglich
NSCI-205-01NPhysical Science
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey course in physical science designed for non-science majors and for prospective elementary school teachers. Emphasis is on the understanding of the significant concepts of physical science combined with the appropriate level of mathematics. The topics chosen represent the most suitable cross section of physical science content that students will need to understand modern technical and scientific developments. Topics covered fall under the categories of motion and forces, energy, heat, waves and sound, light and optics, electricity and magnetism, atomic and nuclear physics, plus atmospheric and water cycle phenomenon. Students will also examine the relationships of science, technology, and society within each topic. Taught in the fall semester and, when sufficient demand exists, during the summer term.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekD. Stiglich
NURSA-101L-01BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C10

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-01CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 318

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Lacy
NURSA-101-01BFundamentals of Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces students to the concepts of the nursing process, self-care, communication, and critical thinking in nursing practice. Students apply the nursing process to the care of clients throughout the life span in a variety of settings. Concepts related to the development of the individual as a professional nurse are examined, as well as the foundational principles and competencies used by professional nurses related to safe and effective environment and management of care of individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. The ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards Practice, ANA Nursing Social Policy Statement, and West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation are introduced. Students will explore society's view of nursing and begin development of a personal concept of nursing. This course also presents a basic introduction to selected theoretical/conceptual models of nursing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101-01CFundamentals of Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces students to the concepts of the nursing process, self-care, communication, and critical thinking in nursing practice. Students apply the nursing process to the care of clients throughout the life span in a variety of settings. Concepts related to the development of the individual as a professional nurse are examined, as well as the foundational principles and competencies used by professional nurses related to safe and effective environment and management of care of individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. The ANA Code of Ethics, ANA Scope and Standards Practice, ANA Nursing Social Policy Statement, and West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Scope of Practice and Delegation are introduced. Students will explore society's view of nursing and begin development of a personal concept of nursing. This course also presents a basic introduction to selected theoretical/conceptual models of nursing.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:00PM - 04:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Lacy
NURSA-101L-02BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C10

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-02CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 318

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Lacy
NURSA-101L-03BFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:00PM - 07:30PM, Worley Building, Room C10

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Tonelli
NURSA-101L-03CFundamentals of Nursing Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the scope of practice of the associate degree nurse as a foundation for subsequent nursing courses. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 319

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Trotter, M. Lacy
NURSA-102-01BNursing Assessment
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces foundational nursing assessment skills and competencies used by professional nurses to provide care to individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. Students will collect, interpret, and document data using basic skills of communication, observation, and physical examination.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 04:20PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102-01CNursing Assessment
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces foundational nursing assessment skills and competencies used by professional nurses to provide care to individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan. Students will collect, interpret, and document data using basic skills of communication, observation, and physical examination.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-01BNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-01CNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-02BNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 01:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-02CNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-03BNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-03CNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-102L-04BNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:00PM - 07:00PM, Worley Building, Room C01

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
8

Available:
8
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Lilly
NURSA-102L-04CNursing Assessment Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is taken concurrently with NURS-204 to provide students opportunity to collect and interpret data using the nursing process, basic skills of communication, observation, physical examination, and documentation.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 342

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Hatfield
NURSA-110-01BMedical Surgical Nursing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. NURSA 110 Medical Surgical Nursing I will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 05:20PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyS. Marsh
NURSA-110-01CMedical Surgical Nursing I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduces concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. NURSA 110 Medical Surgical Nursing I will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/23/2024-11/29/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-01BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-110L-01CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-02BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-110L-02CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-03BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyT. Canterbury
NURSA-110L-03CMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Davis, R. Skidmore
NURSA-110L-04BMedical Surgical Nursing I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course ascends on the concepts, principles and skills introduced in NURSA 101 Fundamentals of Nursing and introduce concepts of holistic nursing care of adults experiencing acute and chronic illness in selected structured settings. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice. Classroom time will be utilized to help the student clarify content and make connections with content and application regarding safe, competent care of the patient.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 07:00AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
8

Available:
8
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyTo be Announced
NURSA-115-01BMental Health Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students develop evidence-based practice competence to provide care appropriate to the needs of the client and family affected by mental illness. Emphasis is also placed on providing support to individuals and families seeking higher levels of mental and emotional wellness.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Friday 08:30AM - 10:20AM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyD. Lilly
NURSA-115-01CMental Health Nursing
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students develop evidence-based practice competence to provide care appropriate to the needs of the client and family affected by mental illness. Emphasis is also placed on providing support to individuals and families seeking higher levels of mental and emotional wellness.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Friday 01:00PM - 03:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-01BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 08:00AM - 02:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-115L-01CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-02BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 08:00AM - 02:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-115L-02CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 06:30AM - 12:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-03BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 02:00PM - 08:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
9

Available:
9
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-115L-03CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-115L-04BMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 02:00PM - 08:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
8

Available:
8
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyL. Blankenship
NURSA-115L-04CMental Health Lab/Clinical
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Experiences are provided for students to interact with and observe individuals in various psychiatric and mental health agencies while applying classroom content

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Sunday 01:30PM - 07:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Maynard
NURSA-125-01BPathophysiology & Pharmacology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 10:30AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-125-01CPathophysiology & Pharmacology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 05:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Skidmore
NURSA-215-01BPathophysiology and Pharmacolo
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a continued foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies from Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated 431 Return to Table of Contents with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Blake
NURSA-215-01CPathophysiology and Pharmacolo
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides a continued foundation in the pathophysiology of key disease processes and pharmacological therapies from Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I. Principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner to provide a basis of study of selected medications that are used to treat or manage disease with an application to nursing practice. This course will examine how to calculate drug doses. The course will use drug calculation integrated 431 Return to Table of Contents with pharmacology to provide the student with the competency to calculate and administer medications appropriately based on physician order, drug strength, time, and patient weight.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 01:30PM - 03:20PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
NURSA-225-01BMedical Surgical Nursing II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Worley Building, Room C09

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyE. Hicks
NURSA-225-01CMedical Surgical Nursing II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will deliver interpretation of the nurse's role in health and illness within evolving practice environments and across the spectrum of health and illness. This course will address nursing care issues from a physiologic, pathophysiologic, and psychosocial context. Nursing students will develop up-to-date knowledge to apply through critical thinking and clinical reasoning. Concepts of communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 407

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
35
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonH. Streets
PUBH-250-01NPublic Health Policy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
PUBH 250X: (new class that will be experimental for Fall 21 and will go through curriculum approval during Fa21) This course focuses on understanding the processes, complexities, and approach to health policy at the levels of federal, state, local, and private sector policy makers. The course seeks to examine the policymaking process at each of these levels and discuss how healthcare policy can inform the execution of public health activity. The course looks to review contemporary issues in public health policy, analyze and critique public health policy, and develop skills in communication to policy makers to ensure health is at the center of all legislative processes. Topics explored included but are not limited to public health policy involving environmental health policy, health insurance policy such as Medicaid/Medicare and Affordable Care Act, and drug policy. Prerequisite: N/a Corequisite: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
OnlineR. Moran
PUBH-320-01CSocial Determinants of Health
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The study of the social determinants of health are foundational concepts in the discipline. This interdisciplinary study requires a knowledge of multivariate causality and systems. The social determinants of health are components for analysis in every level of medicine and public health practice and are critical for understanding the complex nature of health, wellness, and disease. Further, a course such as this one is protocol for any credible public health program.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 408

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonH. Chillag
PUBH-340-01CExercise & Psychological Mind
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
PUBH 340: (Changing from HPRO 340) This course is designed to promote greater awareness, understanding and ownership of the multiple dimensions of mindfulness and well-being. It provides students with a wholistic and dynamic approach to understanding self in order to then provide more mindful services to clients in the healthcare or physical fitness realms. Through dialog, experiential activities, and reflection, students explore theory and practice while encompassing mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, environmental, social, and vocational issues. Prerequisites: N/A Corequisites: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonK. Ferguson
PUBH-475-01CPublic Health Capstone
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
PUBH 475: (Changing from HPRO 475) A capstone course for public health majors that focuses on the application and demonstration of skills needed to plan, implement, and evaluate health promotion programs in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: N/A Corequisites: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
CharlestonK. Barnett
PUBH-497-01CInternship in Public Health
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
PUBH 497: (changing from HPRO 497) Students acquire professional experience in their chosen field. Internship arrangements between the student and instructor must be solidified prior to enrolling in this course. Prerequisites: N/A Corequisites: N/A

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineK. Barnett
RADI-101-01CIntro to Radiologic Science
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course introduces beginning Radiologic Science students to the foundational concepts for their academic curriculum and professional careers. Concepts related to the development of the individual as a health care professional are examined through career exploration and the investigation of commonalties of the health professions. Students study the historical development of Radiologic Science, legal and ethical concepts, credentialing, interdisciplinary collaboration and networking, impacting legislation and individual accountability. Students are encouraged to work independently and in small groups to achieve the desired competencies and develop first-level competencies in communication, team-building, critical thinking, and research. Students will be expected to demonstrate the ability to use word processing and to develop a power point presentation.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 03:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Barnett
RADI-201-01CRadiographic Positioning I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic body positions used in radiography. This includes anatomy, positioning nomenclature and anatomical landmarks. This didactic course work is integrated into the clinical setting.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 136

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Barnett
RADI-201L-01CClinical Lab I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the first in a series of clinical courses that will provide the student with the necessary clinical education to become competent in the medical imaging field. The student will become familiar with the basic equipment within the assigned clinic, and shall begin to master skills necessary to function in the medical imaging departments. This unit is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to achieve knowledge and skill necessary to perform standard radiographic procedures with concentration in chest, abdomen, and extremities. A module in Radiation Safety will be included as part of RADI 201L.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 12:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Kirtley, E. Halstead
RADI-202-01NOsteology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of the human skeletal system with a specific emphasis to the field of radiology. This class focuses on anatomical terminology, units of body structure, a comprehensive review of the joints of the body, and the bones composing the appendicular skeleton and the axial skeleton.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Kirtley
RADI-301-01CRadiographic Positioning III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Advanced positioning of the patient including discussion of special procedures and the equipment used during the advanced procedures will be covered. Study of the position of major blood vessels, structures, and organs of the head, neck, thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. Venipuncture and contrast media injection lecture and lab will be emphasized. Prerequisites: RADI 211, 211L.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 01:40PM - 02:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 136

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Kirtley
RADI-301L-01CClinical Lab III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The third in a series of clinical courses that will provide the student with the opportunity to gain competence in clinical education in the art and science of radiography. The student shall continue to expand knowledge and skills in obtaining health histories for patient of all ages. The student shall perform vital signs and practice physical assessments during contrast media procedures. The student shall continue to practice patient education skills and continue developing sensitivity to patient's needs. This course will clinically integrate headwork and advanced procedure examinations. The student shall continue to demonstrate the skills required to assess patient condition and then formulate techniques and position routine radiologic examinations under direct or indirect supervision of a registered radiographer, depending on his/her level of competency. The hours spent in clinical lab will be divided among day and evening rotations. Prerequisites: RADI 211, 211L.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Kirtley, E. Halstead
RADI-302-01NCross Sectional Anatomy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to include regional anatomy in coronal, sagittal, and axial images, oblique sections, and three dimensional reconstruction with emphasis and applications toward medical imaging such as Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Diagnostic Sonography. Prerequisites: RADI 211, 211L.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Kirtley
RADI-311-01CRadiology Pathology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the various diseases and recognition between bacterial and viral organisms will be covered. The student will also recognize conditions of illness involving the different systems of the body and the pathological effects of radiographs Prerequisites: RADI 211, 211L.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:40PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 136

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Smith
RADI-320-01CCardio-Vascular Imaging
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
RADI students will gain knowledge of the history, equipment, principles, imaging procedures, disease pathologies, patient care, and contrast media relative to CVIT. Lab experience will also be gained to prepare the learner for application in the clinical area. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 08:00AM - 12:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Young
RADI-321-01CComputed Tomography Imaging
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
RADI students who selected Computed Tomography (CT), as their choice of modality, will gain knowledge of the history, equipment, principles, imaging procedures, disease pathologies, patient care, and contrast media relative to CT. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-10/03/2024 Lecture Thursday 08:00AM - 12:00PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
CharlestonA. Statler
RADI-323-01CMagnetic Resonance Imaging
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students will gain knowledge of patient care, imaging procedures, data acquisition and processing and physical principles of image formation relative to Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 08:00AM - 12:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 136

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Eads
RADI-324-01CIntro to Medical Sonography
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 05:00PM - 09:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 136

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Ellis
RADI-325-01CVascular Interventional
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
RADI students will gain knowledge of the history, equipment, principles, imaging procedures, disease pathologies, patient care, and contrast media relative to vascular interventional radiography. The lab portion of the class will give students experience in the clinical setting in the vascular lab. RADI 325L is directly linked to RADI 325. Both courses are combined for 3 credit hours.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Thursday 08:00AM - 12:00PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 101

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonE. Keeney
RADI-401L-01CClinical Lab V
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The fifth in a series of clinical courses that will provide the student with the opportunity to gain competence in clinical education in the art and science of radiography. The student shall continue to expand knowledge and skills in obtaining quality images and providing quality patient care in all areas. The first phase of graduate competencies will be conducted during this unit. Prerequisites: RADI 311, 311L.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/05/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Thursday 08:00AM - 04:30PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonE. Halstead, C. Kirtley
RADI-405-01CRadiation Biology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Focus on understanding the effects of ionizing radiation in the biologic systems with the public right to minimal radiation exposure. Discussion on genetic and somatic radiation effects including radiation syndromes and radiation oncology will be presented. Prerequisites: RADI 311, 311L.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/04/2024 Lecture Wednesday 10:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 409

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Kirtley
RADI-407-01NRadi Digital Process and Qual
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Principles of practice for effective digital processing and quality management protocols. Topics covered include a historical perspective of pre-electronic imaging, components of digital imaging, image processing and display including digital informatics, quality control of imaging equipment including federal guidelines.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineE. Halstead
RADI-420L-01CCardiovascular Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the clinical education component of the professional specialization courses. Students will be given an opportunity to perform examinations in their respective imaging modalities at one or more of the program's hospital affiliates. Specialties areas included: RADI 420L, CV; 421L, CT; 422L, Mammography; 423L, MRI; 424L US. Prerequisites: Consent of the Department Chair.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Young
RADI-421L-01CComputed Tomography Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the clinical education component of the professional specialization courses. Students will be given an opportunity to perform examinations in their respective imaging modalities at one or more of the program's hospital affiliates. Specialties areas included: RADI 420L, CV; 421L, CT; 422L, Mammography; 423L, MRI; 424L US. Prerequisites: Consent of the Department Chair.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Statler
RADI-422L-01CMammography Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the clinical education component of the professional specialization courses. Students will be given an opportunity to perform examinations in their respective imaging modalities at one or more of the program's hospital affiliates. Specialties areas included: RADI 420L, CV; 421L, CT; 422L, Mammography; 423L, MRI; 424L US. Prerequisites: Consent of the Department Chair.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Kirtley
RADI-423L-01CMagnetic Resonance Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This is the clinical education component of the professional specialization courses. Students will be given an opportunity to perform examinations in their respective imaging modalities at one or more of the program's hospital affiliates. Specialties areas included: RADI 420L, CV; 421L, CT; 422L, Mammography; 423L, MRI; 424L US. Prerequisites: Consent of the Department Chair.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Eads
RADI-424L-01CMedical Sonography Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Ellis
RADI-498-09CClin. Internship:
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed and arranged to meet the individual academic needs of each upper level student. It allows students the opportunity to continue practicing the skills and knowledge previously learned in the clinical setting in each respective imaging modality and provides the opportunity for competency achievement for the ARRT modality exams. Rotations during this internship may include diagnostic imaging, CT, CV, mammography, US, or MRI. Prerequisites: Consent of the Department Chair or Clinical Coordinator required.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Clinical Lab Tuesday 08:00AM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
5

Available:
5
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonK. Barnett
RADT-101-01BImaging Procedures I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Presents knowledge base necessary for performing diagnostic studies of the chest, abdomen, and upper and lower extremities.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/02/2024 Lecture Monday 10:30AM - 12:10PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-101L-01BImaging Procedures Lab I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
In conjunction with 101, provides hands-on demonstration and positioning using the on- campus energized lab. Review of radiographs for pertinent anatomic structures as well as for diagnostic quality. Radiographic analysis includes positioning, technique, and problem resolution.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/04/2024 Lab Wednesday 12:40PM - 02:20PM, Worley Building, Room C08

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-101L-02BImaging Procedures Lab I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
In conjunction with 101, provides hands-on demonstration and positioning using the on- campus energized lab. Review of radiographs for pertinent anatomic structures as well as for diagnostic quality. Radiographic analysis includes positioning, technique, and problem resolution.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/04/2024 Lab Wednesday 10:30AM - 12:10PM, Worley Building, Room C08

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-101L-03BImaging Procedures Lab I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
In conjunction with 101, provides hands-on demonstration and positioning using the on- campus energized lab. Review of radiographs for pertinent anatomic structures as well as for diagnostic quality. Radiographic analysis includes positioning, technique, and problem resolution.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-12/04/2024 Lab Wednesday 02:40PM - 04:20PM, Worley Building, Room C08

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
6

Available:
6
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-107-01BIntro Radiology Patient Care
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Introduction to the clinical program and the health care delivery system; covers various aspects of the hospital organization, the department of radiology, and medical ethics and law. Includes transfer techniques, proper body mechanics, and standard precautions.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-09/30/2024 Lecture Monday 12:40PM - 02:20PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
RADT-107L-01BIntro Radiology Patient Care
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Lab experience for 107. Application of knowledge acquired in 107 through practice in a lab environment.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-10/02/2024 Lab Wednesday 10:30AM - 12:10PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
RADT-107L-02BIntro Radiology Patient Care
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Lab experience for 107. Application of knowledge acquired in 107 through practice in a lab environment.

Meeting Information:
08/21/2024-10/02/2024 Lab Wednesday 12:40PM - 02:20PM, Worley Building, Room C03

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
RADT-201-01BImaging Procedures III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Presents the knowledge base necessary for performing diagnostic studies including the skull, facial exams, interventional procedures, and trauma.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-10/03/2024 Lecture Thursday 09:00AM - 12:20PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-201L-01BImaging Procedures Lab III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
In conjunction with 201, provides hands-on demonstration and positioning using the on- campus energized lab. Review of radiographs for pertinent anatomic structures as well as for diagnostic quality. Radiographic analysis includes positioning, technique, and problem resolution.

Meeting Information:
08/23/2024-10/04/2024 Lab Friday 09:00AM - 12:20PM, Worley Building, Room C08

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-201L-02BImaging Procedures Lab III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
In conjunction with 201, provides hands-on demonstration and positioning using the on- campus energized lab. Review of radiographs for pertinent anatomic structures as well as for diagnostic quality. Radiographic analysis includes positioning, technique, and problem resolution.

Meeting Information:
08/23/2024-10/04/2024 Lab Friday 01:00PM - 04:20PM, Worley Building, Room C08

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
RADT-204-01BRadiobiology/Radiation Protec
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Studies the effects of ionizing radiation on the body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ levels. Includes genetic and somatic effects as well as degrees of acute radiation lethality. Encompasses principles of protection for both patient and personnel, including health and safety regulations in such areas as protective equipment and personnel and area monitoring.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-10/03/2024 Lecture Thursday 12:50PM - 04:10PM, Worley Building, Room C04

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
RADT-208-01BRadiologic Clinical IV
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Fourth course in clinical series. Addresses patient care principles, radiographic positioning, film critique, radiation protection, and principles of exposure using a competency-based approach. Students observe and participate in radiographic examinations by applying knowledge base acquired in previous courses.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/04/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyP. Treadway
RADT-208-02BRadiologic Clinical IV
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Fourth course in clinical series. Addresses patient care principles, radiographic positioning, film critique, radiation protection, and principles of exposure using a competency-based approach. Students observe and participate in radiographic examinations by applying knowledge base acquired in previous courses.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/04/2024 Clinical Lab Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Times to be AnnouncedOff Campus, Room OFF

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
11

Available:
11
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyJ. Wilcox
SOCI-221-01CJuvenile Delinquency & Crimino
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the causes of delinquency and crime. Attention is given to agencies dealing with delinquents and crime, as well as methods of rehabilitation and penal institutions.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 103

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonMichael Bayly
SOCI-322-01CMarriage & Family Relationship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A comparative study of marriage and the family with particular attention to the influence on the family of current social and economic conditions. Discussions of courtship, marriage, and problems of divorce will be included.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 103

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonMichael Bayly
SPBU-101-01CIntroduction to Sport Business
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will give students an opportunity to gain an overview of sport business through a basic introduction into the conduct and administration of many different sports areas. Topics will include overviews of interscholastic, intercollegiate and professional sports programs, international sports, sponsorship, event management, marketing, facility management, broadcast, and communications within the sports industry.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 120

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
28
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Baker
SPBU-298-01NPracticum Experience
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This practical opportunity is an introductory field experience in sport business. The practicum experience is designed to expose students to a wide variety of concentrations or specializations in the field such as marketing, sales, ticketing, sponsorship, facility management, advertising and public relations. The course will allow the student to explore career options in a practical work setting. Students may receive 1-3 hours of academic credit for this course depending on the number of practicum hours worked by the student. Students must work 40 practicum hours for each hour of academic credit desired. This course is repeatable twice, so a student may get credit for a maximum of three (3) credits for the course. All practicum experience site proposals must be pre-approved by the program coordinator. Prerequisite: SPBU 101. This course is offered each fall, spring and summer semesters.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Baker
SPBU-310-01CRecreation/Fitness Management
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a theoretical and practical introduction to recreation and fitness management. The focus will be the theory of recreational management and developing methods of application in the practical setting. Topics will include fitness operations, intramurals, fund raising, youth programs, extra-murals, human resource management, risk management, tournaments, leadership, advertising, branding, outdoor programs, the environment and event operations.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 334

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Baker
SPBU-325-01CSport Analytics I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will provide students with then knowledge of the research process, including research design, sampling methods, data collection, statistical analysis, and interpreting results. Students will learn how these statistical processes are used to make decisions within the sport industry and will begin the design process of a personalized research project within the context of their desired sport.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Cipoletti
GSL-661-02NStrategic Innovation in SAP
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within SAP along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
23

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekR. Mick
GSL-662-02CStrategic Inn. in Busi. Ldrshp
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course analyzes key concepts, tools, and principles of contemporary business strategy and innovation. The course focuses on exploring leadership's role in nurturing organizational innovation, in part through managing culture. The course is designed to help students understand the forces that limit innovation, identify barriers in their own business culture, and develop strategies to capitalize on the full value of their team's imagination. Participants will evaluate the capacity for innovation, distinguish an innovative culture, and discriminate issues before they become constraints. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Minear
GSL-662-02NStrategic Inn. in Busi. Ldrshp
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course analyzes key concepts, tools, and principles of contemporary business strategy and innovation. The course focuses on exploring leadership's role in nurturing organizational innovation, in part through managing culture. The course is designed to help students understand the forces that limit innovation, identify barriers in their own business culture, and develop strategies to capitalize on the full value of their team's imagination. Participants will evaluate the capacity for innovation, distinguish an innovative culture, and discriminate issues before they become constraints. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekR. Mick
GSL-663-02NStrat Inn: Log and SC
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within logistics and supply chain management functional areas along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve logistics and supply chain functional areas for specific organizations.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-664-02NStrategic Innov. Healthcare
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent innovations within healthcare leadership along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-665-02NStrategic Innov. Crisis Ldrshp
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
innovations in in the crisis leadership realm. Of particular interest is the balance between inward/reactive strategies and outward/progressive strategies. Historically, a centralized command and control theory has dominated crisis leadership research and practice; however, current research is examining the applicability of network or distributed approaches to leadership during crisis. This course incorporates concepts from crisis management discussions surrounding resilience, looking at crisis as an organizational or community development opportunity, and situating "crisis leadership" alongside of terms like "in extremis leadership."

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekY. Bessemer
HIST-212-02NWorld Cultures II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An interdisciplinary survey of major world cultures from the Renaissance to modern times. Emphasis will be given to social, economic, political, religious, intellectual and artistic achievement in selected areas and historical periods to help students develop a world perspective of civilizations

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/26/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
2
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Reed
HIST-212-04NWorld Cultures II
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An interdisciplinary survey of major world cultures from the Renaissance to modern times. Emphasis will be given to social, economic, political, religious, intellectual and artistic achievement in selected areas and historical periods to help students develop a world perspective of civilizations

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Reed
HIST-252-02NContemporary America
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
American history from 1870 to the present. Emphasis is placed on the American response to industrialism, imperialism, and the First World War, the crisis of the 1930s, World War II, the Cold War, and post-industrial America.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
21
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekC. Levesque
HSCI-110-02NHistory of Health Sciences
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of Health Science focuses on the general survey of medical knowledge chronologically arranged from ancient times to present day. The class will spend time examining topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, politics, education and mass media and their role in the history of medicine. Students will learn how the history of medicine has affected and changed society.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Alderman II
HSCI-110-04NHistory of Health Sciences
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of Health Science focuses on the general survey of medical knowledge chronologically arranged from ancient times to present day. The class will spend time examining topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, politics, education and mass media and their role in the history of medicine. Students will learn how the history of medicine has affected and changed society.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
-1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Smith-Amburgey
HSCI-110-06NHistory of Health Sciences
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of Health Science focuses on the general survey of medical knowledge chronologically arranged from ancient times to present day. The class will spend time examining topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, politics, education and mass media and their role in the history of medicine. Students will learn how the history of medicine has affected and changed society.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
14
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekW. Alderman II
HSCI-204-02NNutrition
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Introduces students to the role of nutrition in maintaining and promoting a healthful life style. Students completing the total course will have a beginning orientation to applied diet therapy as it pertains to management of the athlete and to individuals with common nutrition-related problems.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
-1
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJ. Mashinter
HSCI-310-02NIntro to Health Informatics
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will examine Health Informatics as it applies to the healthcare team: including terminology, theory, technologies, workflow, evidence based practice, regulations, and common tools.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Lanham
HSCI-312-02NStatistics for Evidence-Based
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares the student to evaluate statistical concepts, technology, statistical models, and skills necessary to interpret data to build evidence-based practice (EBP).

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
6
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Ballard
HUMN-110-02NUnheard Voices
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to help students explore the importance of the work of Native American, Latino, and African-American artists in the humanities. The course strives to analyze literature, poetry, film, music, and the visual arts to see how artists in these groups have expressed their identity and cultural experiences.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekJoseph Janisch
HUMN-110-04NUnheard Voices
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to help students explore the importance of the work of Native American, Latino, and African-American artists in the humanities. The course strives to analyze literature, poetry, film, music, and the visual arts to see how artists in these groups have expressed their identity and cultural experiences.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Miraglia
MATH-120-02NIntermediate Algebra
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course helps prepare students for College Algebra, providing a basic background in number theory and algebra. Topics are selected from the real number system, linear equations, problem solving, polynomials, exponents, rational expressions, roots and radicals.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
4
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Rhodes
MATH-121-02NCollege Algebra
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course helps prepare students for Pre-calculus and the two-semester general chemistry sequence. Topics are selected from polynomials, rational expressions, linear and quadratic equations, functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants, and conics. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 120 or Math ACT score of 21 or higher (Math SAT of 545 or higher).

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
12
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Facemyer
MBA-672-01CManagerial Accounting
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the role of managerial accounting and its relationship to the other functional areas of business. The focus is on the development of skills necessary for managers to analyze accounting data for planning and control and managerial decision making. Emphasis will be placed on strategic analysis and problem-solving techniques for application to practical business scenarios.

Meeting Information:
03/05/2024-04/16/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
17
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonJ. King
MBA-672-02NManagerial Accounting
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the role of managerial accounting and its relationship to the other functional areas of business. The focus is on the development of skills necessary for managers to analyze accounting data for planning and control and managerial decision making. Emphasis will be placed on strategic analysis and problem-solving techniques for application to practical business scenarios.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
7
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekL. Gillenwater
MBA-674-01CQuantitative Methods for Busin
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is a combination of theory and application of various quantitative and statistical methods to address the goal of improved and informed decision making. The focus is on the identification of potential applications in selected industries and companies. Students should expect to build on foundations from business and economic concepts in order to grasp the application of tools and methods covered in the course.

Meeting Information:
03/05/2024-04/16/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonS. De
MBA-674-02NQuantitative Methods for Busin
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is a combination of theory and application of various quantitative and statistical methods to address the goal of improved and informed decision making. The focus is on the identification of potential applications in selected industries and companies. Students should expect to build on foundations from business and economic concepts in order to grasp the application of tools and methods covered in the course.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
35

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. De
MBA-678-01CStrategic Decision Making
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the culminating capstone course in the program. It covers the total integration of business functions in the context of corporate strategic planning and future development; provides the student with a "case development" project on a selected company or corporation; and requires the completion of a team project based on a detailed presentation on a selected business with specific emphasis on business planning, operation and possible expansion.

Meeting Information:
03/05/2024-04/16/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
MBA-678-02NStrategic Decision Making
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the culminating capstone course in the program. It covers the total integration of business functions in the context of corporate strategic planning and future development; provides the student with a "case development" project on a selected company or corporation; and requires the completion of a team project based on a detailed presentation on a selected business with specific emphasis on business planning, operation and possible expansion.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
6
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekF. Ferris
MBA-711-02NOrganizational Behavior
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Organizations have behavior patterns that can be identified, assessed, understood, and improved. This course is about people, and especially people at work. Organizations are made up of people and people create workplace cultures and sub-cultures. Individual and group attitudes and behaviors are examined in the context of the workplace and how they impact the organization. This course also covers communication, conflict, power and politics and how the workplace is organized.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
9
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Farrish
MBA-711-04NOrganizational Behavior
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Organizations have behavior patterns that can be identified, assessed, understood, and improved. This course is about people, and especially people at work. Organizations are made up of people and people create workplace cultures and sub-cultures. Individual and group attitudes and behaviors are examined in the context of the workplace and how they impact the organization. This course also covers communication, conflict, power and politics and how the workplace is organized.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
10
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Brownlee
MBA-721-02NHealthcare Informatics
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores the role of information technology in the management of health information systems to improve healthcare outcomes. Topics include the storage, retrieval, and use of information in healthcare.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. Chakib
MBA-733-02NData Sci. App. & Technologies
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will introduce students to data science thinking and applications, with a focus on using technologies to manage data and generate insights. The course will also introduce students to cloud computing principles, and associated challenges and benefits. Students will also be exposed to current industry trends and challenges including distributed computing for analytics, real time data analysis and in-memory computing concepts.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
21
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ferrante
MBDA-760-02NQuant Meth for Bus & Econ
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is a combination of theory and application of various quantitative and statistical methods to address the goal of improved and informed decision-making. The focus is on identification of potential applications in selected industries and companies. Students should expect to build on foundations from business and economic concepts in order to grasp the application of tools and methods covered in the course.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
11
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekS. De
MBDA-770-02NMachine Learning
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course will provide students with a clear overview of machine learning models and applications. The course will help students to learn and apply supervised learning methods and unsupervised learning methods for improving business outcomes with continuous or repetitive adaptive data driven modeling. It will provide students with thought leadership in the usage of machine learning for big-data analytics, and enable them to understand emerging industry applications of machine learning and the vast application potential for machine learning methods and tools.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
20
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekT. Ajani
MRKT-321-02NPrinciples of Marketing
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of economic processes from raw materials to consumer and marketing problems. The basic course for students interested in selling and marketing. Prerequisite: BUSI 151; ACCT 201; BUSI 201; or consent of instructor.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
26

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekM. Smith
NSCI-117-02NWhy Science Matters
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
0
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekA. Saul
NSCI-117-04NWhy Science Matters
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
NSCI 117 is a general science course offered to non-science majors. The objectives of this course are to familiarize students with the ideas, history, and philosophy of science, providing a greater appreciation the scientific issues of our times. Students will gain basic understanding of the scientific method, our universe, the planet we inhabit, and details about our species' history and effect on this planet. This course also provides the opportunity for further development of critical thinking and written communication skills

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
6
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
Online Second 7 WeekD. Stiglich
NURSA-240-01BPediatric Nursing
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Hybrid Friday 03:30PM - 07:10PM, Annex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
9
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
BeckleyM. Browning, J. Lilly
NURSA-240-01CPediatric Nursing
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on application of nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Nursing process is presented with a focus on assessment. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
03/08/2024-04/19/2024 Hybrid Friday 08:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 316

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
13
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
CharlestonT. Cornett
NURSA-240L-01BPediatric Nursing Lab
(Spring 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course focuses on clinical application of the nursing process and growth and development principles to the care of infants, children, and adolescents with selected health deviations. Emphasis is also on health promotions and maintenance of these age groups. Communication, critical thinking, and ethical practice are examined as they apply to nursing practice.

Meeting Information:
03/04/2024-04/21/2024 Clinical Lab Saturday 06:30AM - 07:00PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
3
Starts: 03/04/2024

Ends: 04/21/2024
BeckleyM. Browning, J. Lilly
ENGL-101-01NFreshman Writing I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to allow students to demonstrate analytical thinking and writing.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Taylor
ENGL-102-01NFreshman Writing II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of COMM 101, culminating in a research paper.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekA. Taylor
ENGL-224-01NSurvey of American Lit II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekC. Wilbur
ENGL-224-03NSurvey of American Lit II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENGL-224-05NSurvey of American Lit II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the 21st Century, focusing on major trends and genres, including Realist and Naturalist novels, modern fiction, and experimental poetry. The course includes female authors, African-American authors, and Native American authors.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
12
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Milford
ENTR-498-01NEntrepreneurship Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An immersive experience that allows students a practical opportunity to apply the knowledge they have developed in various courses to a real-world entrepreneurship setting. Prerequisites: ENTR 318, ENTR 301 or permission of instructor.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineL. McCool
FINA-498-01NFinance Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills developed in various finance, financial planning, and business courses in a real-world business setting. Prerequisites: BUSI 215, BUSI 241, and 90 credit hours or approval of advisor.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Tenney
FLDR-150-01NLeadership Journeys
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The leadership journey begins with developing awareness of who leaders are, know and do. Through biographical analysis, observations, and networking, the action and reflective learning approach in this course challenge one to develop self-awareness and a personal leadership model. The model must reflect the importance of context, adaptability, and social skills.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
20
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
FLDR-220-01NGrowing Leaders
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the foundations for leadership development at the individual and team levels within an organization. The connection of an organization's vision, mission, values, and goals to one's growth and advancement is explored. Recognition of strengths and weaknesses serve as the baseline for goal setting and creating a leadership development plan.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-506-01NSustainable Human Capital
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is an in-depth study of the critical components of the strategic leadership of human capital. Essential to this concept is to identify and implement organizational practices and designs that are beneficial to both individuals and organizations in a way that actually produces long-term payoffs for organizations and the people who work in them.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
23

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-507-01NReframing Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the genesis of a process of reframing our leadership model into one that incorporates the context of organizations in its broadest possible conception. Leadership, strategic or otherwise, exists because of organized activity. "The proliferation of complex organizations has made almost every human activity a collective one. We are born, raised, and educated in organizations. We work in them and rely on them for goods and services. We learn in schools and universities. We play sports in teams. We join clubs and associations. Many of us will grow old and die in hospitals or nursing homes. We build organizations because of what they can do for us. They produce consumer goods, bring entertainment into our homes, provide education and health care, and deliver the mail (Bolman & Deal, 1997, p. 7). It is imperative that leaders understand the importance of reframing their view of leadership and the organizational activities which necessitate them.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
28

Available:
9
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-510-01NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-510-03NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-510-05NA & S of Strategic Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course begins an in-depth analysis of the discipline of leadership as specifically related to how a leader can help ensure organizational effectiveness in an unpredictable environment. Throughout the duration of this course, we will explore the myriad of concepts underlying strategic leadership. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of leadership theory; particularly the development of a personal model that will be meaningful for you, now and in the future

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-601-01NOrganizational Theory
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an interdisciplinary application of psychological principles and methods to a wide variety of problems that develop within the context of work. It emphasizes the application of psychological facts and principles as they apply to people operating in business and industry. The leadership competencies related to leading across boundaries and building coalitions is emphasized as required for leading in an environment of complexity and uncertainty.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-601-03NOrganizational Theory
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course provides an interdisciplinary application of psychological principles and methods to a wide variety of problems that develop within the context of work. It emphasizes the application of psychological facts and principles as they apply to people operating in business and industry. The leadership competencies related to leading across boundaries and building coalitions is emphasized as required for leading in an environment of complexity and uncertainty.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-610-01NStrategic Thinking
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on business decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process firms use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems firms encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-615-01NLeading Across Boundaries
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores how to create sustainable collaborative cultures in an organization to develop successful and long-lasting relationships. The course examines interpersonal and organizational forces that can inhibit collaboration and strategies to overcome those challenges. Throughout the course, the opportunity to explore topics such as ethics, complexity, design thinking and social responsibility are presented within the scope of leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-615-03NLeading Across Boundaries
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course explores how to create sustainable collaborative cultures in an organization to develop successful and long-lasting relationships. The course examines interpersonal and organizational forces that can inhibit collaboration and strategies to overcome those challenges. Throughout the course, the opportunity to explore topics such as ethics, complexity, design thinking and social responsibility are presented within the scope of leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-629-01NResearch Methods
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will examine and analyze qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods in the investigation of phenomena relevant to ethical evidence-based practice and research in organizational leadership. Based on a critical analysis of relevant scholarly literature and practices, students will learn how to formulate a researchable problem and an appropriate investigation strategy. Course topics include basic research designs, the development of sound research questions, measurement, data collection techniques, data analysis methods.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
23

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-629-03NResearch Methods
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will examine and analyze qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods in the investigation of phenomena relevant to ethical evidence-based practice and research in organizational leadership. Based on a critical analysis of relevant scholarly literature and practices, students will learn how to formulate a researchable problem and an appropriate investigation strategy. Course topics include basic research designs, the development of sound research questions, measurement, data collection techniques, data analysis methods.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-630-01NStrategic Project Management
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-630-03NStrategic Project Management
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers a strategic perspective to the process of managing complex projects through project management techniques in order to implement the business strategy and deliver organizational change. The course will focus on the business aspect of the project to support the organization's business strategy and sustainability. Throughout the course, strategic project management capability is explored as it relates to competitive advantage, organizational change, and added value for the organization and stakeholders.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-641-01NStrategic Issues in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on understanding the strategic issues that comprises the framework for developing a fundamental understanding of SAP. At its core SAP focuses on three primary components; who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like. As such, this course emphasizes practice as managerial action through a lens of management and organization theories. Additionally, practice as a set of tools through the lens of communication and language theories is explored. Finally, practice as knowledge and organizational resources through a lens of social science theories are considered. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of SAP. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-642-01NStrat Issues: Bus Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the key concepts, tools, and principles of business strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It is concerned with leadership and managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. The course is focused on the information, analyses, organizational processes, and skills and business judgment leaders and managers must use to devise strategies, position their businesses, define firm boundaries and maximize long-term profits in the face of uncertainty and competition. As such, this course emphasizes management and strategy through a lens of management and leadership theories, integrating the substance of previous GSL courses and interdisciplinary student experience. Students will demonstrate their understanding at the end of the course with an individual paper and team presentation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-643-01NStrat Issues: Log and Sc Ldrp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course offers an in-depth study of issues within strategic level logistics and supply chain functional areas. Logistics functional areas addressed will be supply, inventory, packaging, storage, materials handling, maintenance, and transportation. Supply chain areas addressed will be networks, complexity, information, resource management, organizational relationships, performance measurement, technology, security, and talent management.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-644-01NStrategic Issues in Healthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on analyzing the strategic issues which impact the ability to successfully implement cost effective programs, maintain efficient operations and services, staff and train employees and support other healthcare initiatives. This course emphasizes leadership action through a lens of communication and capacity development as a process of healthcare leadership. Students will exercise their ethnographic and case study research methodology skills to provide a more contextual understanding of strategic issues within healthcare leadership. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-645-01NStrat Iss: Crisis Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course introduces the concept of "the crisis" as a matter of strategic interest. It begins by considering what constitutes a crisis. Students will consider the similarities and differences of crisis situations in the public, non-profit, and private sectors. Coursework will include examinations of communications, growth, survival, and other strategies commonly noted in the crisis leadership literature through real-world examples. The intent will be to introduce themes common to crises, and then consider the implications of leader decision-making on those themes and an evolving crisis situation.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-651-01NStrategic Dec Making in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty using SAP as the analytical framework. The development of mission statements, strategic goals, control mechanisms, and alternative levels of strategy will be explored. Students learn the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods firms use to ensure that their strategic plan is implemented efficiently. These processes are most effectively analyzed in the who does SAP, what tools and techniques do they employ, and what do their daily activities look like framework.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-652-01NStrategic Decision Making BL
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on the dynamics of strategic decision making in business to strengthen leadership skills and establish a culture of decisive action. Students analyze the long-term impact decisions have on an organization and consider decision-making as a regular process and not as a periodic event. Students engage in the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods organizations use to ensure the strategic plan is implemented efficiently.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-653-01NStrat Dec Making: Log and SC
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on strategic level decision making techniques specifically the application of these techniques within logistics and supply chain management activities and functions. Teams will evaluate strategic level plans to assess decision points and results gleaning best practices and lessons learned relative to leadership approaches in support of logistics and supply chain functional areas within an organization. These functional areas will include logistics functions such as supply, maintenance, transportation and supply chain functions such as networks, information, technology, resource management, operational performance, and data analytics.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-654-01NStrategic Making in Hlthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course concentrates on cross-functional strategic decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. Students are challenged to identify environmental and competitive demands and develop alternative levels of strategy with respect to patient and care processes, improving service processes and repositioning care programs for value add to the organization. Students are exposed to the analytical process organizations use to determine the parameters of their strategic plan, the problems organizations encounter in formulating their plan, and the methods used to ensure the strategic plan is implemented as planned. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-661-01NStrategic Innovation in SAP
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within SAP along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-655-01NStrategic Decision Making CL
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course considers a leader's crisis-related decision-making from multiple angles. It begins by discussing the ways in which perceptions of crisis severity impact decision-making, as well as introduces the notion of enacted sensemaking, whereby a decision affects every follow-on decision for the remainder of the crisis. This course will examine the similarities and differences of decision-making at the tactical and strategic levels in crises. Critical components include basing decisions on incomplete or conflicting information, changing course as new data becomes available, maintaining authenticity and credibility, etc. Organizational and community crisis response relies on a network of individuals, and as such, how does the decision-making of those followers impact the strategy as put forth by the leader? This course analyzes cognition, communication, and control as central responsibilities of crisis leaders and those responsibilities which support decision-making on the part of followers. Additionally, this course concludes with a discussion of how best to gauge the quality of crisis decision-making and organizational performance during crisis response.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-662-01NStrategic Inn. in Busi. Ldrshp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course analyzes key concepts, tools, and principles of contemporary business strategy and innovation. The course focuses on exploring leadership's role in nurturing organizational innovation, in part through managing culture. The course is designed to help students understand the forces that limit innovation, identify barriers in their own business culture, and develop strategies to capitalize on the full value of their team's imagination. Participants will evaluate the capacity for innovation, distinguish an innovative culture, and discriminate issues before they become constraints. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-663-01NStrat Inn: Log and SC
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent initiatives and innovations within logistics and supply chain management functional areas along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives and innovations within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve logistics and supply chain functional areas for specific organizations.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-664-01NStrategic Innov. Healthcare
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course focuses on exploring recent innovations within healthcare leadership along with the processes leaders utilize to acquire and implement new initiatives within an organization. Teams will explore new initiatives and innovations evaluating the implementation strategies making predictions from inferences and determining the best practices and lessons learned from these efforts to improve the strategizing function as a driver of innovative practice. (3 graduate credit hours)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
17
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-665-01CStrategic Innov. Crisis Ldrshp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
innovations in in the crisis leadership realm. Of particular interest is the balance between inward/reactive strategies and outward/progressive strategies. Historically, a centralized command and control theory has dominated crisis leadership research and practice; however, current research is examining the applicability of network or distributed approaches to leadership during crisis. This course incorporates concepts from crisis management discussions surrounding resilience, looking at crisis as an organizational or community development opportunity, and situating "crisis leadership" alongside of terms like "in extremis leadership."

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
1

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekW. Minear
GSL-665-01NStrategic Innov. Crisis Ldrshp
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
innovations in in the crisis leadership realm. Of particular interest is the balance between inward/reactive strategies and outward/progressive strategies. Historically, a centralized command and control theory has dominated crisis leadership research and practice; however, current research is examining the applicability of network or distributed approaches to leadership during crisis. This course incorporates concepts from crisis management discussions surrounding resilience, looking at crisis as an organizational or community development opportunity, and situating "crisis leadership" alongside of terms like "in extremis leadership."

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-690-01CStrategic Leadership Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The capstone course emphasizes the practical application of strategic leadership concepts, theories and practices in real organizational environments and situations. Students participate in an organizational assessment and observe organizational leadership, strategy, customer focus, knowledge management, workforce, operations, and results; analyze and interpret the findings; and make recommendations for future actions based on strategic leadership theories and the research. Students will finalize their capstone with the Baldrige Self-Analysis based on their completed Organization Profile and Criteria.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/18/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
2

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/18/2024
OnlineW. Minear
GSL-690-01NStrategic Leadership Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The capstone course emphasizes the practical application of strategic leadership concepts, theories and practices in real organizational environments and situations. Students participate in an organizational assessment and observe organizational leadership, strategy, customer focus, knowledge management, workforce, operations, and results; analyze and interpret the findings; and make recommendations for future actions based on strategic leadership theories and the research. Students will finalize their capstone with the Baldrige Self-Analysis based on their completed Organization Profile and Criteria.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
GSL-690-03NStrategic Leadership Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The capstone course emphasizes the practical application of strategic leadership concepts, theories and practices in real organizational environments and situations. Students participate in an organizational assessment and observe organizational leadership, strategy, customer focus, knowledge management, workforce, operations, and results; analyze and interpret the findings; and make recommendations for future actions based on strategic leadership theories and the research. Students will finalize their capstone with the Baldrige Self-Analysis based on their completed Organization Profile and Criteria.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
GSL-690-05NStrategic Leadership Capstone
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
The capstone course emphasizes the practical application of strategic leadership concepts, theories and practices in real organizational environments and situations. Students participate in an organizational assessment and observe organizational leadership, strategy, customer focus, knowledge management, workforce, operations, and results; analyze and interpret the findings; and make recommendations for future actions based on strategic leadership theories and the research. Students will finalize their capstone with the Baldrige Self-Analysis based on their completed Organization Profile and Criteria.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
ORGL-151-01NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-151-03NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-151-05NIntroduction to Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A survey of business principles, practices and procedures. A background for subsequent specialized courses in economics, management, marketing and finance.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-301-01NThe Adult Learner
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces participants to life-long learning emphasizing learning and cognition theories, models, and principles applied to the workplace and other adult learning venues. We will explore adult learning in different contexts, become acquainted with the main debates in the field, and with the philosophies and methodologies used by a variety of adult education projects. In addition to considering followers as adult learners, participants in this course returning to education as adults will develop learning techniques proven to improve their success. This course will contribute to participants' competencies of leading self with character, leading in a climate of change, and leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
3
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-301-03NThe Adult Learner
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces participants to life-long learning emphasizing learning and cognition theories, models, and principles applied to the workplace and other adult learning venues. We will explore adult learning in different contexts, become acquainted with the main debates in the field, and with the philosophies and methodologies used by a variety of adult education projects. In addition to considering followers as adult learners, participants in this course returning to education as adults will develop learning techniques proven to improve their success. This course will contribute to participants' competencies of leading self with character, leading in a climate of change, and leading across boundaries.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-402-01NOrganizational Behavior
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses issues of how people live their lives at work and in organizations. An overarching theme of gaining a competitive edge through people involves understanding individuals as they function in organizations, as well as how organizations design and structure work to achieve goals. Behaviorally oriented; conceptually, combines the function of management with the psychology of leading and managing people. Emphasizes effective use of human resources through understanding diversity; human motivation and behavior patterns; conflict management and resolution; group functioning and process; the psychology of decision making; and the importance of recognizing, analyzing, and managing change.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
4
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-305-01NPrin and Issues of Human Resou
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Study of organizational structure with emphasis on staffing management involved in recruitment, selection, training, wage and salary administration, and personnel assessment. Introduces employment, selection, and placement of personnel; usage levels and methods; job descriptions; training methods and programs; and employee evaluation systems. Includes procedures for management of human resources, and uses case studies and problems to demonstrate implementation of these techniques. The philosophical foundation for this course derives from the belief that the only asset in an organization which can appreciate over time is its human resources. In many organizations employment costs represent up to 80 percent of operating budgets. Clearly, leaders must have a firm understanding of the dynamics associated with a comprehensive human resource process systems model. Participants examine the specific elements associated with a progressive human resource management function within business organizations, and the many environmental influences that impact the human resource process systems. This course directly addresses three of our leadership competencies: leading others and connecting through communication, leading in a climate of change, leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
7
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-401-01NThe Learning Organization
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices from the disciplines of adult learning, organizational development, and human resource development. Emphasizes transformational leadership, how it develops, and the competencies and principles needed to reinvent or transform oneself into a leader. Students examine the change process from the perspective of the individual within an organization. They further examine a career model for improving professional development and explore basic assumptions about the contributions of individuals to organizations, with a goal of producing competent professionals who can think in action and apply their knowledge under changing conditions. The focus of this course involves the student's ability for critical thinking, knowing-in-action, reflecting-in-action, and self-understanding as an individual in an organization.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-401-03NThe Learning Organization
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices from the disciplines of adult learning, organizational development, and human resource development. Emphasizes transformational leadership, how it develops, and the competencies and principles needed to reinvent or transform oneself into a leader. Students examine the change process from the perspective of the individual within an organization. They further examine a career model for improving professional development and explore basic assumptions about the contributions of individuals to organizations, with a goal of producing competent professionals who can think in action and apply their knowledge under changing conditions. The focus of this course involves the student's ability for critical thinking, knowing-in-action, reflecting-in-action, and self-understanding as an individual in an organization.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
19
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-01NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-03NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-406-05NOrgan Development and Change
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Vertically and horizontally integrates all courses in the organizational leadership curriculum. Creates synergies by presenting organizational development as a management discipline aimed at improving organizational effectiveness by increasing the use of human resources within the enterprise.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-01NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-03NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-408-05NAction Research
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Offers an immediate, localized, and actionable framework for investigating and analyzing organizations. Students learn how to conduct action research as scholar-practioners in many diverse fields, as well as how to critically analyze an organization's operational, financial, and statistical reports for decision making. Provides students with knowledge and practice for leading for results with resource acumen.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
23
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-413-01NHuman Resource Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses current human resource development practice from the perspective of the role of change agent and organizational transformation. Incorporates a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices in human resource and organizational development. Texts present real-world change agents and their attempts to deal with problems and situations.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-413-03NHuman Resource Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Addresses current human resource development practice from the perspective of the role of change agent and organizational transformation. Incorporates a broad range of concepts, theories, and practices in human resource and organizational development. Texts present real-world change agents and their attempts to deal with problems and situations.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-430-01NDeveloping Teams
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
First course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement team and collaborative initiatives that address an organizational problem or situation for their employer or a comparable organization. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
1
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-430-03NDeveloping Teams
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
First course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement team and collaborative initiatives that address an organizational problem or situation for their employer or a comparable organization. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-01NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-03NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-05NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-435-07NPracticum: Assessing Culture
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Second course in a series of three emphasizing the practical application of concepts, theories, and practices from coursework in real organizational environments and situations. Provides flexible opportunities to employ various and evolving technologies. Students design and implement initiatives that assess an organizational culture for their employer or a comparable organization. Initiatives incorporate the use of technologies as part of their evolving leadership practice. Practicum work culminates in an academic paper and digital portfolio.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ORGL-441-01NCoaching & Mentoring
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will provide an overview and a foundation for understanding coaching and mentoring basics to enhance leadership success. Students will examine coaching and mentoring models, strategies, and practices to comprehend the coach and mentor's roles and responsibilities. In addition, students will learn to differentiate between the two approaches to apply these to their leadership approach for developing individuals and teams. This course emphasizes common collaborative concepts and elements related to developing communication, nurturing relationships, and providing effective feedback.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
OTA-217-01BCapstone Seminar II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This 15-week, online course focuses, in part, on reviewing major areas of OTA study in preparation for the national certification exam. Practice exams are given. Test taking strategies are discussed. Students will complete various modules that are meant to enhance their OTA program educational experience and prepare students for registering for and passing the certification exam. An additional part of the course will focus on licensure and professional development as well as different roles available for the OTA.

Meeting Information:
05/09/2024-08/15/2024 Hybrid Thursday Times to be AnnouncedAnnex Building, Room A3

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
16

Available:
16
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
BeckleyJ. Hurt
PHAR-507-01NHealthcare Economics
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course applies principles of economics to the healthcare sector. The course analyzes medical care markets and public policy, recognizing the importance of scarcity and economic incentives, and allowing for differences peculiar to healthcare. Demand and supply of health and medical care are examined as they involve: consumer/patients, healthcare professionals, hospitals, health insurance providers, managed care plans, and public policy.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
7

Available:
2
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
PHAR-626L-01CInt Pharm Practice Exp III
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience III (IPPE III) is intended to provide an overview of institutional pharmacy practice to second year pharmacy students. Early exposure to practice will make didactic instruction more relevant by providing opportunities to participate in pharmacist patient care activities (under the direct supervision of a preceptor) as well as managerial practices. Students will be placed in an institutional practice setting for two weeks (80 hours) during the summer between P2 and P3 year. Prerequisites: PHAR 525L, PHAR 615L.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonJ. Condee
PHAR-812-01CAdv Certification Track II
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will participate in pre-determined certification program and receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course requirements.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonB. Todd
PHAR-821-01CAdv Phar Practice Experience 1
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will be assigned a pharmacist preceptor for a five-week equivalent in the pharmacist's practice site. Each equivalent week of experience shall contain an average of forty hours of practice. The student will perform pharmacist functions while under the supervision of the faculty (full-time, part-time or affiliate) member. Activities designed as part of this course give the student experience in an ambulatory care practice setting.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Acree
PHAR-822-01CAdv Phar Practice Experience 2
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
Students will be assigned a pharmacist preceptor for a five-week equivalent in the pharmacist's practice site. Each equivalent week of experience shall contain an average of forty hours of practice. The student will perform pharmacist functions while under the supervision of the faculty (full-time, part-time or affiliate) member. Activities designed as part of this course give the student experience in an in-patient practice setting.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Clinical Lab Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonL. Acree
PHAR-870-01CNaplex/Mpje Prep
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Portfolio Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
0

Available:
0
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonA. Gahbauer, J. Testman
POLS-490-01CEAGLE Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The off-campus internship program is available to sophomore, junior or senior Political Science majors who have permission from the Program Coordinator. Students will complete 50 supervised contact hours per credit hour with a maximum of 12 course credits available. The internship is intended to provide students with an enhanced learning experience unavailable in the classroom.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonB. Deel
POLS-492-01CInternship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
13
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
CharlestonB. Deel
PSYC-101-01NIntroduction to Psychology
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A general introduction to psychology and its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes and correlates of behavior. The topics surveyed will include brain and behavior, memory, perception, development across the lifespan, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapies. (Credit by Examination available.)

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
14
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekI. Cuckler
PSYC-212-01NLife-Span Development
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A coverage of physical, cognitive-intellectual, and social-personality development from infancy through old age as well as an introduction to research methods and different theories of developmental psychology.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
18
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Skelton
SPBU-201-01NHistory of American Sport
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The content of this class will focus on the development of sport in American Society from the colonial period to the present. Students will examine topics such as: race, social class, gender, economics, education, and mass media and how each topic relates to the historical perspective of sport in America. Students will learn how the history of sport has led American society to its current state of sport development. Prerequisites: SPBU 101. This is a sport business elective class.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Baker
SPBU-499-01NSport Business Internship
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to place the student in the field with a capable supervisor for the purpose of gaining work experience and exposure to techniques, methodologies, and procedures utilized in the sport industry work place. The student is evaluated on the quality and timely submission of task and responsibility logs, written assignments, the major project, self evaluation of the experience and evaluation of the site supervisor.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Baker
UNIV-204-01NCollege Success and Leadership
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed to foster a meaningful, professional relationship between the student and his/her faculty mentor. During the semester the student will work to discover the importance of assuming responsibility for his/her role in the educational process; receive focused guidance on curricular and professional choices that will enhance personal and professional development; identify and learn to access University resources and support structures designed to enhance academic and professional success and develop skills necessary for team building, leadership and enlightened living.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
27
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekC. Leigh
SPBU-298-01NPracticum Experience
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This practical opportunity is an introductory field experience in sport business. The practicum experience is designed to expose students to a wide variety of concentrations or specializations in the field such as marketing, sales, ticketing, sponsorship, facility management, advertising and public relations. The course will allow the student to explore career options in a practical work setting. Students may receive 1-3 hours of academic credit for this course depending on the number of practicum hours worked by the student. Students must work 40 practicum hours for each hour of academic credit desired. This course is repeatable twice, so a student may get credit for a maximum of three (3) credits for the course. All practicum experience site proposals must be pre-approved by the program coordinator. Prerequisite: SPBU 101. This course is offered each fall, spring and summer semesters.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
Online First 7 WeekJ. Baker
SPBU-498-01NInternship in Sport Business
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The internship experience is designed to place the student in the field with a capable supervisor for the purpose of gaining work experience and exposure to techniques, methodologies, and procedures utilized in the sport industry work place. The student is evaluated on the quality and timely submission of task and responsibility logs, written assignments, the major project, self-evaluation of the experience and an evaluation from the site supervisor. Prerequisites: 108 credit hours, all other required SPBU and Business courses for graduation and permission of the program coordinator. Students must have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be eligible for the 12-credit internship. Students who choose the 3-credit option for internship will also have to complete 9 credits of upper level (300-400 level) business courses in their final semester. This course is offered each fall, spring and summer semesters.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-08/16/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 08/16/2024
OnlineJ. Baker
WKLD-120-01NTechnology for Workforce Succ
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course focused on the effective and ethical use of individual technology in the workplace. Course content and exercises develop digital literacy competencies for safely locating and evaluating, creating, sharing and communicating digital content. Students build foundational knowledge of computers,windows operating system, and the internet. Real-world projects develop skills in using commands and operations for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation applications for common workplace tasks and decision-making. Creates awareness of security, privacy, and professional issues associated with the use of computers, social media, and phone technology.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
WKLD-280-01NWorkforce Trends & Issues
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Investigation of trends and issues in the contemporary workforce including mental health, drug/alcohol abuse, violence and bullying in the workplace, sexual harassment and diversity and inclusion. Students will investigate the regulations, social and organizational impact, and behaviors and practices to effectively respond to these workforce trends and issues. Participants create presentations and engage in role-playing to demonstrate effective practices.

Meeting Information:
05/06/2024-06/23/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 05/06/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
CHEM-201-01COrganic Chemistry I
(Summer 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A careful study of the principles of organic chemistry focusing on structure and fundamental chemical properties of the common types of organic compounds. Three lecture hours and three lab hours per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 102 or AP score of 5. Laboratory fee $50. Taught each fall.

Meeting Information:
05/20/2024-06/20/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
16
Starts: 05/20/2024

Ends: 06/23/2024
CharlestonX. Sun
ACCT-301-01CIntermediate Accounting I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of generally accepted accounting principles with emphasis on the application of accounting theory, standards and procedures to financial accounting problems. Topics include conceptual framework, statements of income, retained earnings, financial position and cash flows, time value of money, and current and operational assets. Prerequisite: ACCT 202 with a grade of C or better.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. King
ACCT-403-01CIntermediate Accounting III
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Continuation of ACCT 302, with concentration on the more technical areas of financial accounting. Topics include disclosure, financial statement analysis, revenue recognition, and accounting for income taxes, pensions and leases. Prerequisite: ACCT 302.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. King
ACCT-412-01CAdvanced Accounting
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of advanced specialized areas of financial accounting. Topics include partnership formulation, operation and liquidation, consolidations, foreign currency translation and governmental accounting. Prerequisite: ACCT 301.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. King
ACCT-423-01CFederal Taxes - Individual
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a study of income tax law as it affects individuals including taxable income, deductions, and gains and losses on capital assets. If the student is pursuing a Concentration in Financial Planning, this course is one of seven required courses in the concentration that prepares students desiring to take the CFP ® Certification examination. Prerequisites: ACCT 301 or consent of instructor (offered fall of odd-numbered years; offered online in spring of off-numbered years)

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Khan
ACCT-498-01CAccounting Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Application of accounting concepts and theories in the workplace. Prerequisite: Senior Accounting majors or juniors by recommendation of the major advisor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. King
ART-250-01NPhotography
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed as a study of basic skills and techniques of photography and equipment. Emphasis on photography as an art form. Student must have own camera.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
ART-341-01CArt Education and Instruction
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Designed to introduce art education as a teaching profession and emphasize developing creative expression in a broad range of media for K-12. Curriculum development and assessment, aesthetic awareness and technical skills, as they relate to art concepts at various stages, will be addressed. Offered every other spring semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Wednesday 06:00PM - 08:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonA. Stanley
BIOL-130-01CBiology for Majors
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in General Biology. It is intended for science majors. It is directed toward an understanding of the scientific method, the chemical basis of living organisms, the structure of cells (eukaryotic and prokaryotic), and the processes of life that constitute the functions of cells. Throughout the course the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the applications of basic knowledge and emphasize those components necessary for further study in the sciences. Fall and Spring Semesters. Co-requisite: BIOL 130L

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-130-03CBiology for Majors
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in General Biology. It is intended for science majors. It is directed toward an understanding of the scientific method, the chemical basis of living organisms, the structure of cells (eukaryotic and prokaryotic), and the processes of life that constitute the functions of cells. Throughout the course the practical significance of material is highlighted to demonstrate the applications of basic knowledge and emphasize those components necessary for further study in the sciences. Fall and Spring Semesters. Co-requisite: BIOL 130L

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-130L-01CBiology for Majors Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The lab emphasizes practical understanding of the chemistry of life, cell functions and structures as well as broad practical applications of ecology. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 130.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 513

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-130L-02CBiology for Majors Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The lab emphasizes practical understanding of the chemistry of life, cell functions and structures as well as broad practical applications of ecology. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 130.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Lab Tuesday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 513

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-212-01BIntro to Human Anatomy and Phy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Co-requisite BIOL 212L

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyS. Clark
BIOL-212-01NIntro to Human Anatomy and Phy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Co-requisite BIOL 212L

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Karawan
BIOL-212L-01BInto to Human A and P Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science laboratory course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 212.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 10:50AM - 12:40PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
BeckleyS. Clark
BIOL-212L-01NInto to Human A and P Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A science laboratory course designed for students pursuing an associate's degree in the allied health sciences. The course will cover all body systems. Systems will be covered on a molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ level. There will be heavy emphasis on anatomy with an overview of key physiological processes. Anatomy and physiology is essential for students preparing for a career in any of the allied health sciences. Offered every fall. Beckley campus only. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 212.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOnline, Room ONLN

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineC. Karawan
BIOL-215-01CGeneral Botany
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the structure and function of plant systems; reproduction, heredity, physiology, characteristics of the various plant groups, and ecological relationships. This learning experience is designed to foster a basic understanding of the concepts of biology as they relate to plants as model systems. Required of all Biology majors. Prerequisite: BIOL 130. Offered every spring semester. Co-requisite BIOL 215L.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-215L-01CGeneral Botany Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The lab emphasizes plant structure, propagation, secondary metabolites, cell structure, physiology and genetics. Students are required to develop a basic research project and prepare a research paper on a topic relating to plants. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 215.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lab Thursday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 516

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-251-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-251-02CHuman Anatomy & Physiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-251-03CHuman Anatomy & Physiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-251L-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 505

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-251L-02CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 01:40PM - 03:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 505

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-251L-03CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 01:40PM - 03:30PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 505

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-251L-05CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/22/2024-12/05/2024 Lab Thursday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 502

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-251L-06CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 10:50AM - 12:40PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 502

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-252-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 308

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-252L-01CHuman Anatomy & Physiology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
No description available at this time.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 502

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Amos
BIOL-331-01CMicrobiology for Majors
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is a general introduction to microbiology with a focus on prokaryotic organisms. Microorganisms to be examined include bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This class will cover a wide variety of topics in Microbiology including physiology, genetics, diversity, pathogens, biotechnology, and ecology. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 and CHEM 102. Co-requisite: BIOL 331L.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-331L-01CMicrobiology for Majors Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The laboratory will include microscopy, staining, microbial identification and independent research projects. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 and CHEM 102. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 331.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 516

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-331L-02CMicrobiology for Majors Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The laboratory will include microscopy, staining, microbial identification and independent research projects. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 and CHEM 102. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 331.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Tuesday 01:00PM - 02:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 516

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-400-01CEcology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of living organisms in their natural environment, including their biological productivity, their effects on the environment, and its effect on them. Field trips are an essential part of this course. Students should be aware that this course may be physically demanding and may require overnight work and extended periods away from campus. Offered every other spring semester in odd numbered years. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 and BIOL 215 or 224.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-400L-01CEcology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The lab emphasizes the practical application of ecological concepts in a laboratory and field setting. Offered every other spring semester in odd numbered years. Laboratory fee: $50. Co-requisite: BIOL 400.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Monday 02:00PM - 03:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 615

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Mech
BIOL-420-01CIntroductory Pathophysiology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the changes in normal function that occur in response to stress. The patterns of development of a diseased state will include the etiology of the disease and the ability of the human structure to maintain its homeostasis. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or BIOL 301 & BIOL 302. Offered in rotation with BIOL 421 and 422 in spring semester.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-420L-01CPathophysiology I Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students will practically apply information about the diseases being studied in lecture to case studies or experiments that will further their knowledge on symptoms and signs of the disease and treatments to cure or control the disease. Students will also learn about common medical tests used to evaluate disease states studied to better understand how physiology of disease states can be examined and how diagnoses and treatments can be determined. Prerequisites: BIOL 130 or BIOL 301 and BIOL 302. Offered fall of odd numbered years.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 09:00AM - 10:45AM, Clay Tower Building, Room 505

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonD. Turner
BIOL-451-01CCell & Molecular Biology
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An upper level class devoted to the study of molecular aspects of genetics and cell biology. In addition to basic cell biology, the course will introduce molecular genetics and regulation of prokaryotic and eukaryotic gene expression. Special consideration will be given to structure and function of genes and regulatory proteins. Prerequisites: BIOL 130, BIOL 331, CHEM 102, NSCI 220. Offered every fall in even numbered years. Co-requisite: BIOL 451L

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 102

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BIOL-451L-01CCell & Molecular Biology Lab
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Laboratory emphasis will include basic techniques of gene technology such as: restriction mapping, cloning, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), electrophoresis and bacterial transformation. Prerequisites: BIOL 130, BIOL 331, CHEM 102, NSCI 220. Laboratory fee: $50. Offered every Fall in even numbered years. Co-requisite: BIOL 451.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lab Thursday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 516

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
18

Available:
18
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Watson
BSAN-315-01NBig Data Analytics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The Big Data Analytics course will provide students with the knowledge and skills, including industry level tool exposure, required for acquiring, cleaning, processing and managing structured and unstructured data.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekT. Ferrante
BSAN-325-01CPredictive Modeling
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The Predictive Modelling for Business Analytics course will provide students with the knowledge and skills, including industry level tool exposure, required for developing predictive models with diverse data.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:25AM - 10:40AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Ajani
BSAN-415-01CBusiness Analytics Capstone
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The Business Analytics Capstone will provide students with an opportunity to conduct research on personalized academic and industry data driven big data initiatives.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Ajani
BUSI-220X-01CInfo Systems & Software Apps
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Introduces essential information management systems concepts, including artificial intelligence, data and information, internal and external networks, software and hardware, and telecommunications. Students will develop skills with productivity software applications, including word processing, decision-making using spreadsheets, communication with electronic presentations, and data management using database software to prepare students to pursue Microsoft Office Specialist certification.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/03/2024 Hybrid Tuesday 06:00PM - 07:15PM, Clay Tower Building, Room 101

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. Craddock
BUSI-220X-01NInfo Systems & Software Apps
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Introduces essential information management systems concepts, including artificial intelligence, data and information, internal and external networks, software and hardware, and telecommunications. Students will develop skills with productivity software applications, including word processing, decision-making using spreadsheets, communication with electronic presentations, and data management using database software to prepare students to pursue Microsoft Office Specialist certification.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/08/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/08/2024
Online First 7 WeekL. Craddock
BUSI-231-01CBusiness Law I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of the American legal system; introduction to the courts, dispute reconciliation, and functions of law; Constitutional law; criminal law; tort law and products liability; warranty law; contract law, offer and acceptance, consideration, contractual capacity, legality of object, public policy, third-party rights and remedies; and agency law.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 134

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
30

Available:
30
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonW. Fox
BUSI-231-01NBusiness Law I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
History of the American legal system; introduction to the courts, dispute reconciliation, and functions of law; Constitutional law; criminal law; tort law and products liability; warranty law; contract law, offer and acceptance, consideration, contractual capacity, legality of object, public policy, third-party rights and remedies; and agency law.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekP. Gay
BUSI-241-01CBusiness Communication
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Business writing, forms and reports, with emphasis on different types of business letters and principles of correspondence. (cross-listed with ENGL 241).

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonM. Farrish
BUSI-316-01CBusiness Statistics I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Examination of principal tools including probability and distribution theory, queuing theory, simulation and inventory models. Includes microcomputer applications of these models.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 10:50AM - 12:05PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 121

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonF. Ferris
BUSI-316-01NBusiness Statistics I
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Examination of principal tools including probability and distribution theory, queuing theory, simulation and inventory models. Includes microcomputer applications of these models.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekM. Hutchinson
BUSI-317-01CBusiness Statistics II
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course introduces the student to the foundations of statistical analysis of data. The primary areas of emphasis are: sampling theory, summation of data (central tendency, variance, skewness), natural distribution of data (normal, binomial, Poisson), and statistical inferences from data (confidence intervals, hypothesis testing). The course will also examine relationships among paired data (regression, correlation) and non-parametric statistical measures.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 123

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonR. Murray
BUSI-360-01CBusiness Ethics
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Illustration and discussion of the problems and practices of contemporary management utilizing cases in the classroom. Faculty and students share perceptions of a particular management subject, their philosophy regarding the issue, and the decisions and problems inherent thereto. Junior or Senior level business majors only.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. McCool
BUSI-407-01CGlobal Dimensions of Business
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Exploration of the various factors influencing the global business environment. Pitfalls to be avoided and suggestions for effective management of international and multinational enterprises will be discussed. Prerequisites: ACCT 201, MRKT 321 and FINA 312.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/02/2024 Lecture Monday 05:30PM - 06:45PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Shrewsbury
BUSI-450-01CBusiness Strategy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A senior course focusing on the integration of the various areas of business functions. Particular emphasis will be placed on decision-making, corporate policy and strategy formulation and implementation, and the relationship between the corporate and socioeconomic setting. Prerequisite: Senior status, MGMT 311, MRKT 321, FINA 312.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 307

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonL. McCool
BUSI-498-01CBusiness Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course allows students an opportunity to apply the knowledge they have developed in various business courses to a real-world business setting. Prerequisites: BUSI 215; BUSI 241; 60 credit hours or approval of advisor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonT. Ajani
EXER-370-01CPhysiology of Exercise
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course will provide the student with a base of knowledge on the physiological effects of exercise on the human body and its application across a variety of activities and disciplines.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 346

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Bradley
EXER-475-01CExercise Science Capstone
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A capstone course for Movement Science majors that focuses on the application and demonstration of skills needed to plan, implement, and evaluate strength training and conditioning in a variety of settings.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 12:15PM - 01:30PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 337

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Monk
EXER-497-01CExercise Science Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
Students acquire professional experience in their chosen field. Internship arrangements between the student and instructor must be solidified prior to enrolling in this course.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Mashinter
FINA-201-01CFinancial Literacy
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An introductory course in financial literacy including goal setting, cash management, the time value of money, taxes, credit, housing, investment alternatives, retirement planning, and insurance planning. This course is ideal for individuals seeking to prepare for financial decisions they will face throughout life.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00AM - 11:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Tenney
FINA-310-01CClient Comm and Counseling
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course prepares future financial planners and other finance professionals t effectively interact with clients and the public. The course explores and applies theories and proven techniques to help professionals communicate financial information and address individuals' financial difficulties. (offered fall of even-numbers years)

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Tenney
FINA-312-01CBusiness Finance
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the theory and practices of financial management in the modern business firm. Special emphasis is placed on the application of time-value-of-money, valuation of securities, analysis of financial statements, weighted average cost of capital calculations and investment/budgeting decisions. Prerequisites: ACCT 202 and BUSI 201.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Tenney
FINA-312-01NBusiness Finance
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
A study of the theory and practices of financial management in the modern business firm. Special emphasis is placed on the application of time-value-of-money, valuation of securities, analysis of financial statements, weighted average cost of capital calculations and investment/budgeting decisions. Prerequisites: ACCT 202 and BUSI 201.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
20

Available:
20
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekS. Weiss
FINA-415-01CEstate Planning
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is designed for the student pursuing a career in financial services, taxation, or law in which estate planning and estate and gift taxation is but one of several areas of practice. This is one of seven required courses in the Concentration in Financial Planning that prepares students desiring to take the CFP Certification examination. Prerequisite is FINA 205 or consent of instructor. Offered fall of even-numbered years.

Meeting Information:
08/20/2024-12/05/2024 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 306

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonC. Winton
FINA-498-01CFinance Internship
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
An opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills developed in various finance, financial planning, and business courses in a real-world business setting. Prerequisites: BUSI 215, BUSI 241, and 90 credit hours or approval of advisor.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
10

Available:
10
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonJ. Tenney
GAME-101-01NIntroduction to Games 3
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course provides students with a broad overview of the games industry. It covers the state of the industry, the societal impact of games, and the fundamentals of game creation. Additionally, students will explore the different genres of games and improve their understanding of the heuristics and aesthetics of play. This course is created in accordance with the Unity Curriculum Framework and the IGDA 2020 education guidelines. This course requires no prior knowledge of game design or programming.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
GAME-201-01NUnity I: Working With Unity
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course grows students' familiarity with the Unity engine and editor. Students will explore a variety of concepts, tools, and frameworks, with the ultimate goal of building the skills necessary to create a game in Unity. These topics will include interfaces, environments, physics, animation, lighting and sound. Students will be prepared to sit for the Unity Certified User and Unity Certified Associate Certificate after completing this course.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
GAME-301-01NUnity II:Adv Unity Programmin
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
This course is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge to bring their mastery of the Unity game engine and C# programming up to a professional standard. Students will learn how to perform a range of vital code-based tasks within the Unity platform and will grow their skills in building core gameplay functionality, supporting systems and platform-specific optimizations. This course was built in collaboration with Unity. Upon successful completion, students will be prepared to sit for the Unity Certified Programmer exam.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
24

Available:
24
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
OnlineTo be Announced
GEOG-303-01CWorld Geography
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Undergraduate

Description:
The course provides a regional study of various countries with an emphasis on the interrelationships of social and physical aspects as well as major trends within areas of the world. Specific topics include population, culture, economy, and social issues within each region.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-12/06/2024 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Riggleman Hall, Room 126

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
15

Available:
15
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 12/06/2024
CharlestonS. Gallagher
GSL-506-01NSustainable Human Capital
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is an in-depth study of the critical components of the strategic leadership of human capital. Essential to this concept is to identify and implement organizational practices and designs that are beneficial to both individuals and organizations in a way that actually produces long-term payoffs for organizations and the people who work in them.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-506-03NSustainable Human Capital
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is an in-depth study of the critical components of the strategic leadership of human capital. Essential to this concept is to identify and implement organizational practices and designs that are beneficial to both individuals and organizations in a way that actually produces long-term payoffs for organizations and the people who work in them.

Meeting Information:
08/19/2024-10/06/2024 Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

Notice:
Course and Course Section availability, times, and costs are subject to change at any time and without notice.
 

Maximum:
25

Available:
25
Starts: 08/19/2024

Ends: 10/06/2024
Online First 7 WeekTo be Announced
GSL-507-01NReframing Leadership
(Fall 2024 Semester)


Course Level:
Graduate

Description:
This course is the genesis of a process of reframing our leadership model into one that incorporates the context of organizations in its broadest possible conception. Leadership, strategic or otherwise, exists because of organized activity. "The proliferation of complex organizations has made almost every human activity a collective one. We are born, raised, and educated in organizations. We work in them and rely on them for goods and services. We learn in schools and universities. We play sports in teams. We join clubs and associations. Many of us will grow old and die in hospitals or nursing homes. We build organizations because of what they can do for us. They produce consumer goods, bring entertainment into our homes, provide education and health care, and deliver the mail (Bolman