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    Department: Accountancy

    • Intermediate Accounting I

      Subject: ACC 310

      Instructor: Hartley, Carol

      Course Registration Number: 1069

      Start Date: 05/22/2018 End Date: 06/21/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: RYAN 106

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 5:30 pm - 9:45 pm

      Credits: 4

      Description: This course begins with an exploration of the conceptual framework of financial accounting as the theoretical foundation for addressing external reporting issues. The application of accounting theory in financial statements, income and expense recognition, and asset valuation and disclosure relative to current and long-term assets are considered in detail. Significant attention is given to the interpretation of financial information. Prerequisite: ACC 204.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Managerial Accounting

      Subject: ACC 204

      Instructor: Dutra, James

      Course Registration Number: 2006

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: RYAN 204

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Introduces basic elements of accounting and the role of accounting in business and society. Explores accounting concepts and procedures used by internal users in running a business and making decisions. Major components include cost accumulation methods; cost behavior, analysis, and control; budgeting and the effects of cost data on the decision process. Basic accounting terminology and procedures are presented as a foundation for further studies in the business disciplines. Prerequisite: ACC 203

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Intermediate Accounting II

      Subject: ACC 311

      Instructor: Hartley, Carol

      Course Registration Number: 2031

      Start Date: 06/26/2018 End Date: 07/26/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: RYAN 106

      Open Seats: 18

      Time: 5:30 pm - 9:45 pm

      Credits: 4

      Description: Emphasizes the application of accounting principles and objectives of financial reporting in the context of corporate financial statements. Issues related to debt valuation and reporting, accounting for income taxes, revenue recognition, and accounting changes will be considered. Preparation and use of the statement of cash flows will also be considered. Prerequisite: ACC 310.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Financial Accounting

      Subject: ACC 203

      Instructor: Morse, Judith

      Course Registration Number: 1049

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: RYAN 204

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Provides students with a fundamental understanding of financial accounting. Accounting is the language of business, and understanding the basics of accounting is essential to a successful career in the business world.  This includes the ability to read and understand financial statements.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: American Studies

    • 20th C African-American Lit

      Subject: AMS 365

      Instructor: Valkeakari, Tuire

      Course Registration Number: 1050

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: RUANE 242

      Open Seats: 2

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A reading-intensive introduction to twentieth-century African American fiction, autobiography, drama, and poetry, with particular attention to social and cultural contexts. Writers include Nella Larsen, Ralph Ellison, Amiri Baraka, Toni Morrison, John Edgar Wideman, and Anna Deavere Smith. Focus on race, class, and gender, and on the authors? approaches to the role of literary art in society. Same as BLS/ENG 365.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Art History

    • Introduction to Art History

      Subject: ARH 101

      Instructor: Norton, Ann

      Course Registration Number: 1094

      Open Seats: 21

      Credits: 3

      Description: A broad introduction to the visual arts from prehistoric times to the present. Focus is on how the visual arts are influenced by and illustrate the political, religious, social, economic, and aesthetic values of their time and culture. The focus is primarily on the Western tradition.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • History of Prov Architecture

      Subject: ARH 225

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 1051

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 200

      Open Seats: 22

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Providence is a living museum of American architectural styles: the city houses, streets and neighborhoods reveal changing lifestyles, aspirations, and social cultures. This course traces the history of Providence-area architecture, as a reflection of changes in national architectural styles, and as an articulation of the opposing political assumptions which have shaped and reshaped the urban landscape.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Biology

    • Physiology

      Subject: BIO 405

      Instructor: Kouttab, Nicola

      Course Registration Number: 2007

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 108

      Open Seats: 5

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

      Credits: 4

      Description: Covers the basic principles and mechanisms of animal physiology. Emphasis is placed upon nervous systems, sensory mechanisms, endocrine systems, intracellular signaling mechanisms, and muscle contractility. Homeostatic mechanisms and the systems responsible for supply of the internal environment are also discussed. The laboratory consists of mainly experimental procedures of cellular physiology. Prerequisite: BIO 200 or permission of the instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Human Anatomy Lab

      Subject: BIO 205L

      Instructor: Kouttab, Nicola

      Course Registration Number: 1053

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 208

      Open Seats: 5

      Time: 8:45 pm - 11:45 pm

      Credits: 0

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Environmental Biology

      Subject: BIO 121

      Instructor: Ewanchuk, Patrick

      Course Registration Number: 1097

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 107

      Open Seats: 23

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Information is necessary in order to understand and act upon problems associated with overpopulation, resource depletion, air and water pollution, acid rain, ozone depletion, desertification, or nuclear wastes. Aims to develop a perspective based on fundamental properties of mass and energy flow through ecosystems. Intended for non-science majors only.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Physiology Lab

      Subject: BIO 405L

      Instructor: Kouttab, Nicola

      Course Registration Number: 2008

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 208

      Open Seats: 5

      Time: 8:45 pm - 11:45 pm

      Credits: 0

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Human Anatomy

      Subject: BIO 205

      Instructor: Kouttab, Nicola

      Course Registration Number: 1052

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 108

      Open Seats: 5

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

      Credits: 4

      Description: Human organ systems from an integrated and functional perspective, especially for students preparing for non-medical-school or allied health programs. The laboratory includes cat dissection and human anatomical models as well as latest software technology. Prerequisites: BIO 103 & 104.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Human Biology

      Subject: BIO 122

      Instructor: Tipping, Marla

      Course Registration Number: 1018

      Open Seats: 2

      Credits: 3

      Description: Intended to present the principles of human biology designed to promote the understanding of the body. Subject matter will provide students with the ability to make informed decisions in their lives. The course will present cell theory, genetics, evolution, and human ecology. An analysis of the organ systems of the human body and their diseases are discussed.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Black Studies

    • 20th C African-American Lit

      Subject: BLS 365

      Instructor: Valkeakari, Tuire

      Course Registration Number: 1054

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: RUANE 242

      Open Seats: 1

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A reading-intensive introduction to twentieth-century African American fiction, autobiography, drama, and poetry, with particular attention to social and cultural contexts. Writers include Nella Larsen, Ralph Ellison, Amiri Baraka, Toni Morrison, John Edgar Wideman, and Anna Deavere Smith. Focus on race, class, and gender, and on the authors approaches to the role of literary art in society. Same as AMS/ENG 365.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • General Chemistry I Lab

      Subject: CHM 103L

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 1056

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 216

      Open Seats: 7

      Time: 8:45 pm - 11:45 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • General Chemistry II

      Subject: CHM 104

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 2009

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 300

      No Seats Available

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A continuation of CHM 103 . Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: CHM 103 .

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • General Chemistry II Lab

      Subject: CHM 104L

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 2010

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 216

      Open Seats: 1

      Time: 8:45 pm - 11:45 pm

      Credits: 1

      Description: Laboratory section for CHM 104 . Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: CHM 103L .

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • General Chemistry I

      Subject: CHM 103

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 1055

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 300

      Open Seats: 7

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: The fundamental principles of chemistry including instruction in general chemistry and qualitative analysis. Audit in this course requires full tuition.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Organic Chemistry II Lab

      Subject: CHM 224L

      Instructor: Pike, Jay

      Course Registration Number: 2012

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 316

      No Seats Available

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:45 pm

      Credits: 1

      Description: Laboratory section for CHM 224 . Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: CHM 223L .

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Biochemistry Foundations

      Subject: CHM 308

      Instructor: Stout, James

      Course Registration Number: 2062

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: AL-MAG 109

      Open Seats: 21

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Organic Chemistry II

      Subject: CHM 224

      Instructor: Pike, Jay

      Course Registration Number: 2011

      Location: HARKNS 330

      Open Seats: 1

      Credits: 3

      Description: A continuation of CHM 223 . A study of the compounds of carbon utilizing a problem-oriented approach both in lecture and laboratory that emphasizes the use of spectroscopic methods. Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: CHM 223 .

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Organic Chemistry I

      Subject: CHM 223

      Instructor: Pike, Jay

      Course Registration Number: 1057

      Location: HARKNS 301

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A study of the compounds of carbon utilizing a problem-oriented approach both in lecture and laboratory that emphasizes the use of spectroscopic methods. Audit in this course requires full tuition.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Organic Chemistry I Lab

      Subject: CHM 223L

      Instructor: Overly, Kenneth

      Course Registration Number: 1059

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 316

      Open Seats: 6

      Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Organic Chemistry I Lab

      Subject: CHM 223L

      Instructor: Pike, Jay

      Course Registration Number: 1058

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 316

      No Seats Available

      Time: 5:30 pm - 8:45 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    Department: Computer Science

    • Computer Science II Lab

      Subject: CSC 104L

      Instructor: Ford, Francis

      Course Registration Number: 1105

      Open Seats: 15

      Credits: 0

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Computer Science II

      Subject: CSC 104

      Instructor: Ford, Francis

      Course Registration Number: 1104

      Open Seats: 15

      Credits: 4

      Description: In this course advanced computer science theories will be investigated using a high-level structured computer language. This course will meet four hours a week, including one hour in the computer lab. Prerequisites: CSC 103 and MTH 108 or 110 or 131.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Economics

    • Principles of Economics: Micro

      Subject: ECN 101

      Instructor: Manforte, Salvatore

      Course Registration Number: 2015

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 116

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course explains the economic behavior of individuals and firms in a market economy. Consideration is given to consumer and producer choice under various market structures and to the theoretical and actual distribution of income.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Education

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 1019

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is the study of those facts and principles of psychology that will assist the students in formulating and clarifying objectives as classroom teachers. It deals with such matters as cognitive development, motivation, retention, problem solving, and the social and emotional problems involved in personality integration.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 1021

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: Course investigates the use of specific strategies to incorporate into the teaching of content subjects. Research relating to reading skills taught in content areas is reviewed. Texts and research material address content in grades 5 through 12. Cooperative learning model is utilized in course. Model and exemplary programs in use in local school districts are examined.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • General Methods

      Subject: EDU 410

      Instructor: Magill, Christen

      Course Registration Number: 2018

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 107

      Open Seats: 1

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Course provides the student with the opportunity to develop skills in the teaching process. Emphasis is on the practical aspects of the teaching methodology. Attention is given to individual needs in the content area. Students will register for the English/Social Studies/Foreign Language or Math/Science section. A 15-hour field experience is required.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • TCP: Educational Measurement

      Subject: EDU 402

      Instructor: Laquerre, Claire

      Course Registration Number: 2016

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 308

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Designed to introduce students to the theory and practice of measurement including the construction, application, and interpretation of standardized and teacher-made tests used to inform teaching and curriculum decision making. Students will also examine alternative assessments including authentic and portfolio assessments.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 1062

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 335

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Designed to provide prospective teachers with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required to identify students with special needs and to work with support staff in meeting the students’ needs within the general curriculum. Focuses on understanding the characteristics of these students and on developing sensitivity to their needs within a least restrictive environment.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • TCP: Prin of Secondary Educ

      Subject: EDU 207

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 1060

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 333

      Open Seats: 7

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This initial secondary education course introduces the concepts and practices of teaching. Students will learn to develop lesson and unit plans, practice teaching techniques and explore the roles of classroom management.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Engineering-Physics-Systems

    • Conceptual Physics

      Subject: EPS 105

      Instructor: Shivashankara, Shanmuka

      Course Registration Number: 1025

      Open Seats: 10

      Credits: 3

      Description: A course specifically designed for non-science majors. Topics included are: the classical ideas of motion as exemplified by Newton's Laws, the conservation theorems of energy and momentum and their application, the ideas of 20th-century physics, and selected subjects which relate to current concerns in everyday life.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Astronomy

      Subject: EPS 117

      Instructor: Lawson, Lynne

      Course Registration Number: 1099

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the principles of astronomy for non-science majors. Topics to be covered include the history of the science and methods of study, the study of stars and galaxies, and a general survey of cosmological models. Recent discoveries such as background black-body radiation, pulsars, and quasars, as well as the implications of general relativity, will be discussed qualitatively.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Astronomy

      Subject: EPS 117

      Instructor: Lawson, Lynne

      Course Registration Number: 1026

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the principles of astronomy for non-science majors. Topics to be covered include the history of the science and methods of study, the study of stars and galaxies, and a general survey of cosmological models. Recent discoveries such as background black-body radiation, pulsars, and quasars, as well as the implications of general relativity, will be discussed qualitatively.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: English

    • Writing Seminar

      Subject: ENG 101

      Instructor: Carroll, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2020

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: FEINST 203

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Focuses on the creation of complex, analytic, well-supported arguments that matter in academic contexts. Students receive regular feedback on their writing, both from their peers and the instructor, and learn flexible strategies for revision. Assignments promote an awareness of stylistic conventions, rhetorical possibilities, and genuine inquiry.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • 20th C African-American Lit

      Subject: ENG 365

      Instructor: Valkeakari, Tuire

      Course Registration Number: 1064

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: RUANE 242

      Open Seats: 7

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A reading-intensive introduction to twentieth-century African American fiction, autobiography, drama, and poetry, with particular attention to social and cultural contexts. Writers include Nella Larsen, Ralph Ellison, Amiri Baraka, Toni Morrison, John Edgar Wideman, and Anna Deavere Smith. Focus on race, class, and gender, and on the authors? approaches to the role of literary art in society. Same as AMS/BLS 365.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Rdg Lit: Intro to Shakespeare

      Subject: ENG 201

      Instructor: Lynch, Stephen

      Course Registration Number: 1023

      Open Seats: 21

      Credits: 3

      Description: These courses are offered specifically for non-English majors who wish to cultivate their enjoyment of literature. Students read and write about a variety of works focusing on themes such as money and power in literature, fallen heroes, or the tragic dilemma. May fulfill English proficiency.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Creative Writing: Fiction

      Subject: ENG 380

      Instructor: Osondu, Epaphras

      Course Registration Number: 1095

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: RUANE 245

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course helps students to to learn to write short stories. Exercises are designed to strengthen students? skill in rendering the elements of fiction. All work is discussed in a workshop situation. An anthology of short stories is read along with students? work. A folio of exercises, short stories, and revisions provides the basis for the course grade.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Finance

    • Financial Markets/Institutions

      Subject: FIN 218

      Instructor: Zalewski, David

      Course Registration Number: 1028

      Open Seats: 22

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introductory study of the financial system in capitalist societies, which includes analyses of the structure and functions of financial intermediaries and markets, financial instruments, and financial variables such as securities prices and returns. Also covers the Federal Reserve System, regulation, and financial stability. Prerequisites: ECN 101, 102 and FIN 207.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Managerial Finance I

      Subject: FIN 207

      Instructor: Maloney, Paul

      Course Registration Number: 1027

      Open Seats: 3

      Credits: 3

      Description: The fundamental theory and practice of corporate financial management. The course covers the basic tools and techniques of financial analysis, valuation, capital budgeting, long-term financing, and risk and return. Prerequisites: ACC 101-102 or ACC 103 or ACC 203 and ECN 101 or 102.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Managerial Finance II

      Subject: FIN 308

      Instructor: Okere, Vivian

      Course Registration Number: 2021

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: RYAN 103

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Intermediate-level study in corporate finance. The course investigates financial concepts and theories in greater depth. General topics include capital investment analysis, capital structure, dividend theory, decision making under uncertainty, and firm ownership structure. Prerequisite: FIN 207.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Health Policy and Management

    • Epidem Health and Disease

      Subject: HPM 240

      Instructor: Mulligan, Jessica

      Course Registration Number: 1015

      Start Date: 05/21/2018 End Date: 05/25/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

      Location: HARKNS 305

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Epidemiology studies the determinants of health and disease from a population perspective. Students are introduced to research methods and the interpretation of quantitative analyses of health data. Community health is presented as the outcome of a complex of ecological relationships that generate the need for health services. The production of data for health services planning and evaluation is emphasized. Prerequisite: HPM 101.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: History and Classics

    • Thinking & Writing Abt History

      Subject: HIS 100

      Instructor: Dowling, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 1065

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 104

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is an introduction to the study of the field of history. It considers the methods of historical thinking that involve the critical investigation, interpretation, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of historical sources as well as the development of essential writing, research and verbal skills. It further considers basic issues of historiography and the philosophy of history.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Dismantling Slavery CivWar Era

      Subject: HIS 480

      Instructor: Chaput, Erik

      Course Registration Number: 1031

      Open Seats: 24

      Credits: 3

      Description: Restricted to juniors and seniors.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • History Modern Middle East

      Subject: HIS 345

      Instructor: Erginbas, Vefa

      Course Registration Number: 1030

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: The emergence of the modern-day Middle East after the break-up of the Ottoman Empire following World War I. Origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict, the civil war in Lebanon, the Iran-Iraq war, the Persian Gulf War, and Islamic revivalism, neo-colonialism, democratization, industrialization, and modernization.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Seminar: The Tudors

      Subject: HIS 481

      Instructor: Lescault, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2023

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: RUANE 205

      Open Seats: 25

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Restricted to juniors and seniors.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • History of Minorities in U.S.

      Subject: HIS 318

      Instructor: Kilguss, Donald

      Course Registration Number: 2022

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 23

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course analyzes the unique historical, social, and cultural contributions that specific minority groups have made to American society, focusing on Native Americans, African-Americans, and women, and to a lesser degree, the plight of labor and immigrants.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Europe from 1914-1945

      Subject: HIS 423

      Instructor: Dowling, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 1029

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: This survey concentrates on Europe in the era of the two world wars. It includes an examination of the Versailles peace, the rise of Nazi Germany, the Great Depression, the Spanish Civil War, and the Holocaust.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Interdisciplinary

    • ST: Race, Sports & Culture

      Subject: INT 270

      Instructor: Moore, Theresa

      Course Registration Number: 2024

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 331

      Open Seats: 23

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Law

    • General Law

      Subject: LAW 201

      Instructor: McLaughlin, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 1032

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course will examine the jurisdiction of federal and state courts, and the interplay of the courts, legislature and executive branch in the development of legal principles. The basic elements of civil procedure, contracts, property, torts, crimes and domestic relations will be discussed and supplemented by case analysis. This course is taught by attorneys engaged in the practice of law.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Leadership Studies

    • Conflict Resolution

      Subject: LDR 102

      Instructor: Marya, Vivek

      Course Registration Number: 1033

      Open Seats: 17

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course focuses on the dynamics of conflict development and resolution within social organizations. Operating from the perspective that disunity is destructive to human organizations, the course stresses the techniques of conflict management and reduction. Finally, the course addresses the critical role of leadership in the resolution of conflict situations and the restoration of unity.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • ST: Leadership & Wellbeing

      Subject: LDR 490

      Instructor: Eriksen, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 1034

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Management

    • ST: Leadership & Wellbeing

      Subject: MGT 370

      Instructor: Eriksen, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 1035

      Open Seats: 4

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Principles of Business Mgmt

      Subject: MGT 101

      Instructor: Gemma, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2025

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 335

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A thorough development of decision making, managerial creativity, and the art of management. The principles of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling are treated as basic guides to effective management.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Marketing

    • Principles of Marketing

      Subject: MKT 205

      Instructor: DeFanti, Mark

      Course Registration Number: 1037

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: Explores the basic principles, theories, problems, and practices in the ever changing marketing environment (social, economic, technological, legal, and ethical) and its impact on product, price, promotion and distribution decisions in the domestic and global market. Emphasis is placed on the marketing functions, planning, and the distribution of goods and services from the producer to consumer.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Mathematics/Computer Science

    • Calculus I

      Subject: MTH 109

      Instructor: Ishizuka, Wataru

      Course Registration Number: 1090

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 115

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the basic theory of differential and integral calculus with applications in the biological and social sciences. This course introduces students to one-variable calculus and covers topics in limits and differentiation. The emphasis is on applications of calculus to problems in the biological and social sciences. Not open to students with credit in MTH 108, 110, 131, 132, or 223.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Introduction to Statistics

      Subject: MTH 217

      Instructor: Light, Gregory

      Course Registration Number: 2026

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: ACCNNO 203

      Open Seats: 1

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introductory course for the student interested in applications of statistical methods. Topics include probability, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, correlation, regression and non-parametric methods. Not open to students with credit in MTH 218.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Calculus II

      Subject: MTH 110

      Instructor: Ishizuka, Wataru

      Course Registration Number: 2063

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 115

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course covers topics in integration in one-variable calculus and gives an introduction to the calculus of functions of two variables. Not open to students with credit in MTH 132 or 223.. Prerequisite: MTH 109.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Math Business Analysis II

      Subject: MTH 108

      Instructor: Ishizuka, Wataru

      Course Registration Number: 1036

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A basic introduction to the properties and application of calculus for students in business and social sciences. Topics include differentiation, integration, and the logarithmic and exponential functions. Not open to students who have credit in MTH 109, 110, 131, 132 or 223.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Music

    • Music Appreciation

      Subject: MSC 210

      Instructor: Kang, Sang Woo

      Course Registration Number: 1038

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: Open to all non-music majors, this course has as its main objective the training of students in intelligent listening and seeks to acquaint them with a variety of musical works. Listening, selected readings, live performance, and discussion will form a part of the course.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Natural Science

    • Marine Ecology

      Subject: NSC 215

      Instructor: DeGiorgis, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 1102

      Open Seats: 4

      Credits: 3

      Description: Introduction to the marine environment including basic ecological concepts, biota of marine communities, and human impact on marine habitats. Focus is on the ecology of Narragansett Bay and the adjoining coastline, examining conditions and both indigenous and transient organisms. The course surveys the invertebrate and vertebrate systematics, functional adaptations, and natural history. Optional field investigations are offered to provide exposure to the unique marine ecosystems of Rhode Island

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Marine Ecology

      Subject: NSC 215

      Instructor: DeGiorgis, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 1039

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: Introduction to the marine environment including basic ecological concepts, biota of marine communities, and human impact on marine habitats. Focus is on the ecology of Narragansett Bay and the adjoining coastline, examining conditions and both indigenous and transient organisms. The course surveys the invertebrate and vertebrate systematics, functional adaptations, and natural history. Optional field investigations are offered to provide exposure to the unique marine ecosystems of Rhode Island

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Organizational Communication

    • Introduction Public Speaking

      Subject: COM 103

      Instructor: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 2014

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: SMITH 228

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Introduction of the concept of public speaking to broaden the understanding of all facets of communication and speaking and to awaken the consciousness of nonverbal communication.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Philosophy

    • Philosophy of Art

      Subject: PHL 407

      Instructor: Bruno, Paul

      Course Registration Number: 1066

      Start Date: 05/30/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: FEINST 115

      Open Seats: 18

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A philosophical consideration of the nature of art and beauty, their relationship, and their functions in society.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Introduction to Philosophy

      Subject: PHL 103

      Instructor: DiPippo, Alexander

      Course Registration Number: 2027

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 332

      Open Seats: 6

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the principal questions of philosophy. Topics may include: What is the nature of reality? What can we know? How ought we to live? What is the best political state? Do we have immortal soul?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Logic

      Subject: PHL 101

      Instructor: O'Neill, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 1040

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A study of the principles, standards, and rules for analyzing and evaluating arguments.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Brave New Philosophies

      Subject: PHL 335

      Instructor: Nicholas, Jeffery

      Course Registration Number: 1096

      Open Seats: 15

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course provides opportunities to explain, analyze, and evaluate philosophical-political questions through speculative fiction (science-fiction, fantasy, and horror), and allows students to demonstrate how philosophical concepts help illuminate contemporary issues, such as questions of diversity, technology, and nature/environment. Not open to Freshmen.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • General Ethics

      Subject: PHL 202

      Instructor: Abbruzzese, John

      Course Registration Number: 1041

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A study of happiness and of the means used by men and women to attain it. Law, morality, and virtue are studied as contributing to the growth of each person to one's full intellectual, moral, and spiritual stature.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Ethics, Moral Ldrshp Com Good

      Subject: PHL 301

      Instructor: Cuddeback, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 1013

      Start Date: 05/21/2018 End Date: 05/25/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

      Location: RUANE 205

      Open Seats: 13

      Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is a study of the philosophical foundations for an ethics of public service. The course will include the study of ethical principles as a foundation for moral life and moral decision making; a study of moral leadership as a means for transforming society; and a reflection on the common good and the call to service. Course may include a practical experiential component.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Business Ethics

      Subject: PHL 306

      Instructor: Hain, Raymond

      Course Registration Number: 1042

      Open Seats: 15

      Credits: 3

      Description: A survey of major philosophical themes of the 17th and 18th centuries, through an investigation of the works of British empiricists, continental rationalists and German idealists. The course emphasizes the philosophical implications of the Scientific Revolution.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Political Science

    • Politics

      Subject: PSC 101

      Instructor: Stevens, Casey

      Course Registration Number: 1043

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the study of politics and the discipline of political science. The course examines: fundamental normative ideas and debates about politics; basic principles behind political ideologies; the logic of the scientific method used in empirical political science; and, a review of the four political science subfields. The course meets the objectives of the College’s civic engagement proficiency requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Psychology

    • Psychology of Gender

      Subject: PSY 305

      Instructor: Boucher, Eliane

      Course Registration Number: 1045

      Open Seats: 17

      Credits: 3

      Description: A critical survey of current views in the psychological study of gender. Factors related to gender development as well as issues of particular relevance to the influence of gender on behavior (achievement, materialism, marital roles, etc.) will be discussed.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Introduction to Psychology

      Subject: PSY 100

      Instructor: Mehta, Aradhana

      Course Registration Number: 2028

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 109

      Open Seats: 11

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A survey of the principal methods and findings of the scientific psychology in a variety of areas including biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning, motivation, emotion, cognitive processes, personality, abnormal psychology, and social psychology. Offered every semester.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Independent Study

      Subject: PSY 490

      Instructor: O'Keeffe, Mary

      Course Registration Number: 1112

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: TBD

      Location: TBD

      No Seats Available

      Time: 12:00 am

      Credits: 4

      Description: Students engage in intensive reading or original research in psychology under the direction of one or more faculty according to a pre-arranged plan. Course may be repeated for credit, but it may be applied only once to meet the psychology concentration requirements. Prerequisites: Junior/senior status and permission of the instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Independent/Directed Study

    • Psychology of Aging

      Subject: PSY 314

      Instructor: Bellone, John

      Course Registration Number: 1067

      Start Date: 05/29/2018 End Date: 06/29/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 114

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Aging is accompanied by psychological, cognitive/neuropsychological, biological/ physical, social, and family changes. This course surveys age-associated changes from a psychological perspective, scientific methods fto study aging, interventions to enhance healthy or normal aging, and pathological changes associated with older age such as dementia, chronic illness and disability, and mental health issues. Prerequisite: PSY 100 or permission of the instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Public & Comm Service Studies

    • Intro Service Democratic Comm

      Subject: PSP 101

      Instructor: Marton, Alyssa

      Course Registration Number: 2073

      Start Date: 07/02/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Monday, Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 305

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An examination of concepts of community and service and their status in the United States and the world today, including examination of alternative conceptions of community and service and analysis of their meaning and value. Participation in a community service project required.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Sociology

    • Sociology of Gender

      Subject: SOC 324

      Instructor: Geier, Jessica

      Course Registration Number: 2030

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: ACCNNO 204

      Open Seats: 9

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Analyzes the social, cultural, political, and economic roles of women and men cross-culturally and historically in societies such as the United States, Europe, the former Soviet Union, China, Latin America, the Middle East, and certain small subsistence-level societies. Structural and cultural causes and consequences of different forms of gender stratification are emphasized. Same as WMS 324.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Introductory Sociology

      Subject: SOC 101

      Instructor: Mele, Todd

      Course Registration Number: 2029

      Start Date: 07/03/2018 End Date: 08/03/2018

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: ACCNNO 200

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An analysis of the social bases of human behavior. Introduction to the basic concepts, perspectives, and research techniques of contemporary sociology, including topics such as social organization, culture, socialization deviance, and stratification.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Theatre-Dance-Film

    • Intro to Oral Communication

      Subject: TDF 102

      Instructor: Lohman, Katharine

      Course Registration Number: 1014

      Start Date: 05/21/2018 End Date: 05/25/2018

      Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

      Location: SMITH 228

      No Seats Available

      Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This is an introductory course in recognizing and developing effective oral communication skills. The focus of the course is on self-awareness, team building skills, listening skills, and oral presentations. Students will prepare a variety of individual and group presentations, exploring oral communication in formal and informal situations. Listening and evaluation skills are developed through engagement in discourse, activities, and written assignments. Previously offered as TDF 479

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Theology

    • The Synoptic Gospels

      Subject: THL 322

      Instructor: Bonney, William

      Course Registration Number: 1101

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A special treatment of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke; their distinctive literary structures and theologies; detailed exegesis of selected passages. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • The Synoptic Gospels

      Subject: THL 322

      Instructor: Bonney, William

      Course Registration Number: 1048

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: A special treatment of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke; their distinctive literary structures and theologies; detailed exegesis of selected passages. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Old Testament/Hebrew Scripture

      Subject: THL 312

      Instructor: Stokes, David

      Course Registration Number: 1089

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: A survey of the literature which is the foundation of the Judaeo-Christian tradition, providing a critical and historical background and exposing the major beliefs and moral convictions found in the Old Testament. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Growth in Christian Life

      Subject: THL 270

      Instructor: Prassas, Despina

      Course Registration Number: 1108

      Open Seats: 3

      Credits: 3

      Description: Examination of the life of grace through its beginning in baptism, its growth through sacrament, liturgy, prayer and the moral life, and its fulfillment in the union of friendship with Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This study is conducted in light of the witness of Scripture and the Catholic tradition, the experience of faith and the challenge of theology.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Growth in Christian Life

      Subject: THL 270

      Instructor: Prassas, Despina

      Course Registration Number: 1047

      No Seats Available

      Credits: 3

      Description: Examination of the life of grace through its beginning in baptism, its growth through sacrament, liturgy, prayer and the moral life, and its fulfillment in the union of friendship with Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This study is conducted in light of the witness of Scripture and the Catholic tradition, the experience of faith and the challenge of theology.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning