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    Department: Art and Art History

    • Computer Art

      Subject: ART 105

      Instructor: Boczanowski, Stephen

      Course Registration Number: 2636

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: ACCNNO 100

      Open Seats: 9

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Introduction to the principles of basic design through the use of the computer as an art medium.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Art History

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 05/05/2018 End Date: 05/05/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 04/21/2018 End Date: 04/21/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 03/17/2018 End Date: 03/17/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 02/24/2018 End Date: 02/24/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 02/10/2018 End Date: 02/10/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 01/27/2018 End Date: 01/27/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • America Thru Camera's Eye

      Subject: ARH 271

      Instructor: Raub, Patricia

      Course Registration Number: 2638

      Start Date: 01/20/2018 End Date: 01/20/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: For over 150 years, photographers have recorded American lives, capturing not only the great moments in our history-the Civil War, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights movement-but also documenting more subtle changes in our society in family life, womenís roles, immigrant experiences, and leisure-time activities. This course examines the history of the American experience as conveyed through photographs.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    Department: Biology

    • General Biology II Lab

      Subject: BIO 106L

      Instructor: Mills, David

      Course Registration Number: 2641

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: AL-MAG 208

      Open Seats: 10

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Description: Laboratory section for BIO 106 . Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: BIO 105L .

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • General Biology II

      Subject: BIO 106

      Instructor: Mills, David

      Course Registration Number: 2639

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: AL-MAG 109

      Open Seats: 10

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: The basic principles and concepts of organismal, population, and ecological biology. Topics include nutrition, gas exchange, circulatory systems, immune systems, osmoregulation and excretion, endocrine control, nerve and muscle function; survey of plants and animals and their evolutionary and ecological relationships. Principles are related to contemporary problems such as disease, population growth, food production, pest control, pollution, and energy resources. Audit in this course requires full tuition. Prerequisite: BIO 105 or equivalent.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Organic Chemistry II Lab

      Subject: CHM 224L

      Instructor: Stout, James

      Course Registration Number: 2674

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 316

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

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

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Organic Chemistry II

      Subject: CHM 224

      Instructor: Stout, James

      Course Registration Number: 2670

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 108

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

      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 Based

    • General Chemistry II

      Subject: CHM 104

      Instructor: Pasquariello, David

      Course Registration Number: 2643

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: AL-MAG 109

      Open Seats: 10

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 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: Pasquariello, David

      Course Registration Number: 2645

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: AL-MAG 201

      Open Seats: 10

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

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

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    Department: Economics

    • Prin of Economics: Macro

      Subject: ECN 102

      Instructor: Sjuib, Fahlino

      Course Registration Number: 2656

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 20

      Credits: 3

      Description: A model of the aggregate economy is developed to determine the level of output, income, prices, and employment. The international sector is incorporated into the model reflecting the importance of international trade in today?s economies. The role of fiscal and monetary policies in economic outcomes is examined and evaluated.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Education

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 2668

      Start Date: 04/24/2018 End Date: 04/24/2018

      Location: FEINST 214

      Open Seats: 11

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 2668

      Start Date: 04/03/2018 End Date: 04/03/2018

      Location: FEINST 214

      Open Seats: 11

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 2668

      Start Date: 02/27/2018 End Date: 02/27/2018

      Location: FEINST 214

      Open Seats: 11

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 2668

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 01/16/2018

      Location: FEINST 214

      Open Seats: 11

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Student Teach Secondary School

      Subject: EDU 455

      Instructor: Connolly, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2848

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: TBD

      Location: TBD

      No Seats Available

      Time: 12:00 am

      Credits: 9

      Description: This course involves a semester of teaching in a secondary school under the joint supervision of a cooperating teacher and a College supervisor. Seminar meetings will be held. Prerequisites: EDU 206 and either EDU 411, EDU 412, EDU 414, EDU 415, or EDU 416.

      Schedule/Format: Field Experience/Practicum

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 2663

      Start Date: 05/10/2018 End Date: 05/10/2018

      Location: HARKNS 102

      Open Seats: 17

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 2663

      Start Date: 04/12/2018 End Date: 04/12/2018

      Location: HARKNS 102

      Open Seats: 17

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 2663

      Start Date: 03/01/2018 End Date: 03/01/2018

      Location: HARKNS 102

      Open Seats: 17

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 2663

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 01/18/2018

      Location: HARKNS 102

      Open Seats: 17

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • General Methods

      Subject: EDU 410

      Instructor: Magill, Christen

      Course Registration Number: 2665

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: HARKNS 104

      No Seats Available

      Time: 7:00 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: Boule, Denise

      Course Registration Number: 2661

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 333

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 7:00 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: 2659

      Start Date: 05/02/2018 End Date: 05/02/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 04/25/2018 End Date: 04/25/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 04/11/2018 End Date: 04/11/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 03/28/2018 End Date: 03/28/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 03/14/2018 End Date: 03/14/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 02/21/2018 End Date: 02/21/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

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

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 01/31/2018 End Date: 01/31/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP:Child Spec Needs Reg Class

      Subject: EDU 304

      Instructor: Lamagna, Janice

      Course Registration Number: 2659

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 01/17/2018

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 11

      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 studentsí 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/Distance Learning

    • TCP: Prin of Secondary Educ

      Subject: EDU 207

      Instructor: Goho, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2895

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: HARKNS 313

      Open Seats: 6

      Time: 7:00 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. A compulsory 15-hour field experience in an urban school is required.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • TCP: Prin of Secondary Educ

      Subject: EDU 207

      Instructor: Guiot, Jeffrey

      Course Registration Number: 2657

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: HARKNS 102

      No Seats Available

      Time: 7:00 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. A compulsory 15-hour field experience in an urban school is required.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Engineering-Physics-Systems

    • Elementary Physics II Lab

      Subject: EPS 112L

      Instructor: Tammaro, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2680

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 401

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • Elementary Physics II

      Subject: EPS 112

      Instructor: Tammaro, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2678

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: AL-MAG 404

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course provides a non-calculus presentation of fundamental concepts of physics designed for non-science majors and students preparing for study in health fields. Topics include optics, electricity, magnetism, and an introduction to relativity. Assumes knowledge of algebra and trigonometry. (Three-hour lecture course with a one-hour lab.)

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: English

    • Reading/Writing Short Stories

      Subject: ENG 282

      Instructor: Johnson, Peter

      Course Registration Number: 2676

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 7

      Credits: 3

      Description: This will be both a reading and a writing course. Students will read a few classics of the short story form as well as work by a few contemporary ďmasters.Ē The goal (and the final requirement of the course) will be a completed first draft of a story. Prerequisite: Basic writing course or permission of instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 05/07/2018 End Date: 05/07/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 04/23/2018 End Date: 04/23/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 04/09/2018 End Date: 04/09/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 03/12/2018 End Date: 03/12/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 02/12/2018 End Date: 02/12/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Young Adult Literature

      Subject: ENG 209

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2672

      Start Date: 01/29/2018 End Date: 01/29/2018

      Location: HARKNS 301

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Short stories, plays, and novels will provide the foundation to study adolescentsí sense of self, their perceptions of community and others, and how they negotiate meaning. Through reflective writing, book talks, and collaborative activities, students will examine the social issues found in young adult literature and will gain an understanding of today's adolescents and the communities in which they live.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    Department: Fire Science

    • Fire Prevention Orgnztn & Mgmt

      Subject: FRS 308

      Instructor: Doughty, Paul

      Course Registration Number: 2693

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: AL-MAG 108

      Open Seats: 21

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course examines the factors that shape fire risk and the tools for fire prevention, including risk reduction education, codes and standards, inspection and plans review, fire investigation, research, master planning, various types of influences, and strategies.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Global Studies

    • Introduction to Global Studies

      Subject: GST 101

      Instructor: Tull, James

      Course Registration Number: 2684

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: FEINST 314

      No Seats Available

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Explores the concepts and practices of citizenship in an age of globalization, and how best to promote economic development, democracy, community and social justice. Students discuss globalization issues and the socio-economic, political, and cultural interconnections of the world by combining community experience and academic study. Particular attention will be drawn to perspectives on globalization beyond the Euro-American framework.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: History and Classics

    • Hist Presidential Elections II

      Subject: HIS 416

      Instructor: Kilguss, Donald

      Course Registration Number: 2686

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course examines the history of our electoral system in general and then considers each presidential election from 1820 to the present, noting particularly the changes that have taken place from year to year.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Modern China

      Subject: HIS 369

      Instructor: Lescault, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2688

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: RUANE LL41

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is an in-depth exploration of the history of China from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. Topics to be studied include: the late Qing dynasty, Western imperialism in China, the 1911 Revolution, the Second World War, the rise of the People's Republic, and the reform programs of the post-Mao era. In addition to acquiring a foundational knowledge of modern Chinsese history, students will also analyze the significant primary sources associated with pivotal moments in Chinese history and develop familiarity with the major issues in the field.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Humanities

    • Studies in the Holocaust

      Subject: HUM 340

      Instructor: Silliman, Barbara

      Course Registration Number: 2690

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: HARKNS LL13

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Students read and view literature about the Third Reich, Hitlerís Final Solution, concentration camps, Jewish victims and survivors, Gypsy and Gay victims, non-Jewish rescuers. Among the readings are memoirs, novels, and short stories. Documentaries and films are screened as well. Students submit essays, participate in class discussions, and contribute to group projects.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 05/02/2018 End Date: 05/02/2018

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 04/11/2018 End Date: 04/11/2018

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 03/21/2018 End Date: 03/21/2018

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 02/28/2018 End Date: 02/28/2018

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

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

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Monsters in Literature & Film

      Subject: HUM 205

      Instructor: Marinelli, Bryan

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 01/17/2018

      Location: LIBR 223

      Open Seats: 5

      Credits: 3

      Description: Monsters live on the borders of cultural, racial, religious, economic, and sexual difference. They embody our desires, hopes and fears. Through literature and film, we consider many different kinds of monsters. What do monsters tell us about the cultures from which they emerge? Why do certain monsters re-emerge in literature and film? What are the distinctions (and similarities) between humans and monsters?

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    Department: Interdisciplinary

    • Perspectives on Western Civ I

      Subject: INT 101

      Instructor: Bruno, Paul

      Course Registration Number: 2692

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: RUANE 205

      Open Seats: 2

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This interdisciplinary course examines the civilization of the West thorugh literature, philosophy, theology, history and art from its beginnings in the ancient Near East, through ancient Greece and Rome, to the Age of Charlemagne.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Perspectives on Western Civ II

      Subject: INT 102

      Instructor: Carroll, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2694

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: HARKNS 332

      Open Seats: 2

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This interdisciplinary course examines the Western world through literature, philosophy, theology, history, and art from the Age of Charlemagne, through the Middle Ages and up to the early Renaissance. Prerequisite: INT 101.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Perspectives Western Civ III

      Subject: INT 201

      Instructor: Mulderry, Darra

      Course Registration Number: 2696

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: RUANE 245

      Open Seats: 6

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This interdisciplinary course continues the examination of the Western world through literature, philosophy, theology, history, and art from the Reformation to the present. Prerequisite: INT 102.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Intro Interdisciplinry Studies

      Subject: INT 150

      Instructor: DuClos, Lucas

      Course Registration Number: 2695

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: RUANE LL43

      Open Seats: 8

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course serves as the cornerstone, or gateway, to several degree programs in the School of Continuing Education (SCE). The course introduces students to an interdisciplinary approach to describing, analyzing, and researching current themes, problems, and projects. Because students come from a variety of professional careers and backgrounds, the course will embrace varied texts, assessments, and activities. By the end of the course, each student will be able to define interdisciplinarity and to engage in reflective, critical reading and writing on interdisciplinary topics and to connect their academic pursuits with their professional interests.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Capstone Interdisc Studies

      Subject: INT 480

      Instructor: Geier, Jessica

      Course Registration Number: 2697

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: RUANE 241

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: The Capstone course in Liberal and Professional Studies is a culminating experience in which students complete their educational plan (initially created in the introductory course and further developed throughout their program), reflect on their ePortfolio, and design and complete their capstone project. This final piece, the capstone project, is designed by the student, in conjunction with the instructor, is tailored to the studentís professional development, and addresses issues and topics of particular concern to that student. In-depth individualized work, peer-critique and collaboration, presentations and a final update to the studentís e-portfolio are all incorporated into an in-depth individualized experience. Prerequisites: INT 150 and Senior Standing

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Law

    • General Law

      Subject: LAW 201

      Instructor: Kelly, Neil

      Course Registration Number: 2698

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS 308

      Open Seats: 8

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      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: Classroom Based

    Department: Leadership Studies

    • ST: Practical Lessons in LDR

      Subject: LDR 490

      Instructor: Goodrich, Peter

      Course Registration Number: 2721

      Start Date: 04/26/2018 End Date: 04/26/2018

      Location: RUANE LL43

      Open Seats: 20

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • ST: Practical Lessons in LDR

      Subject: LDR 490

      Instructor: Goodrich, Peter

      Course Registration Number: 2721

      Start Date: 03/22/2018 End Date: 03/22/2018

      Location: RUANE LL43

      Open Seats: 20

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • ST: Practical Lessons in LDR

      Subject: LDR 490

      Instructor: Goodrich, Peter

      Course Registration Number: 2721

      Start Date: 02/15/2018 End Date: 02/15/2018

      Location: RUANE LL43

      Open Seats: 20

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • ST: Practical Lessons in LDR

      Subject: LDR 490

      Instructor: Goodrich, Peter

      Course Registration Number: 2721

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 01/18/2018

      Location: RUANE LL43

      Open Seats: 20

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Capstone: Leading Change

      Subject: LDR 491

      Instructor: Eriksen, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 2703

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: RYAN 106

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This capstone course enables students to produce a substantial leadership project that involves mobilizing others to create change. A thesis may substitute for an organizing project. Pre-requisites: LDR 101, 201, 481 and 481.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Leadership and Diversity

      Subject: LDR 201

      Instructor: Fisher, Kirtley

      Course Registration Number: 2700

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: RUANE 205

      Open Seats: 8

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: The study of leadership within a multicultural, multiethnic, global context is the focus of this course. A special emphasis is placed on understanding issues of power, influence, and authority when diverse groups practice leadership in a global society.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Leader Development

      Subject: LDR 480

      Instructor: Eriksen, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 2702

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: RYAN 145

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course enables students to reflect on the role of leadership in work or community settings. It is expected that students will utilize an intensive leadership activity in a workplace or community-based setting as the primary experiential component for integrating leadership theory with practice. Prerequisites: LDR 101 and 202.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Management

    • Human Resources Management

      Subject: MGT 320

      Instructor: Gemma, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2706

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: HARKNS 335

      Open Seats: 16

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Human resource management deals with the design of formal systems in an organization to ensure the effective and efficient use of human talent to accomplish organizational goals. Topics covered include job analysis, staffing, training and development, managing and appraising performance, compensation, pay and benefits, employee relations, and union-management relations.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Organizational Behavior

      Subject: MGT 301

      Instructor: Marya, Vivek

      Course Registration Number: 2704

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 12

      Credits: 3

      Description: Organizational Behavior involves the analysis of how people behave both as individuals and as members of groups and organizations. The topics covered in this course include perception, motivation, group dynamics and team effectiveness, leadership, power and politics, decision making, and managing diversity and individual differences.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Mathematics/Computer Science

    • Introduction to Statistics

      Subject: MTH 217

      Instructor: Kotz, Jeffrey

      Course Registration Number: 2824

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: RYAN 205

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 7:00 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

    Department: Natural Science

    • Basic Humn Exercise Physiology

      Subject: NSC 360

      Instructor: Parks, Meghan

      Course Registration Number: 2708

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: A systematic approach to the functioning of the human body, culminating in a study of the coordination and interaction of the various organ systems during exercise. Topics include: cardiovascular, pulmonary, neural, endocrine, renal, and muscular systems.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Organizational Communication

    • Organizational Communications

      Subject: COM 210

      Instructor: Heath, Elaine

      Course Registration Number: 2651

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Emphasis is placed on the application of the principles and practices of correct business writing in the form of business memoranda, letters, resumes, and reports which stress clarity and precision in the proper use of the English language. Also, considerable attention is given to oral communications which enable the student to be well-prepared for seminars, interviews, and platform speeches. Prerequisite: English proficiency.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Introduction Public Speaking

      Subject: COM 103

      Instructor: Bastia, Edward

      Course Registration Number: 2647

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: HARKNS LL13

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 7:00 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

    • Writing for Communications I

      Subject: COM 120

      Instructor: Goff, Frederick

      Course Registration Number: 2649

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: FEINST 203

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course explores the various modes of written media communications within journalism, public relations, and advertising. Course emphasis is on print and broadcast writers and their roles through analysis of selected written communications such as news articles, press releases, opinion editorials, advertisements, feature articles, and more. Students practice developing writing skills in several formats.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Intercultural Communication

      Subject: COM 375

      Instructor: Petronio, Vincent

      Course Registration Number: 2654

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: With globalization of the world economy, it is imperative that managers be sensitive to differences in intercultural and business communication. The most significant issues pertaining to cross- cultural interaction are explored: cultural and intercultural communication (both verbal and nonverbal) and culture shock. Information regarding how to conduct negotiations across countries and to create business documents in different societies is considered.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Personal Development

    • Topics in Italian Language

      Subject: PDV 100

      Instructor: Mansella, Maria

      Course Registration Number: 2875

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: RUANE LL42

      Open Seats: 13

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 0

      Schedule/Format: Workshop

    Department: Philosophy

    • Current Problems in Ethics

      Subject: PHL 304

      Instructor: Nicholas, Jeffery

      Course Registration Number: 2712

      Start Date: 05/03/2018 End Date: 05/03/2018

      Location: LIBR LL01

      Open Seats: 16

      Credits: 3

      Description: The application of ethical principles to the areas of social work, business, law, medicine, and other fields of endeavor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Current Problems in Ethics

      Subject: PHL 304

      Instructor: Nicholas, Jeffery

      Course Registration Number: 2712

      Start Date: 04/05/2018 End Date: 04/05/2018

      Location: LIBR LL01

      Open Seats: 16

      Credits: 3

      Description: The application of ethical principles to the areas of social work, business, law, medicine, and other fields of endeavor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Current Problems in Ethics

      Subject: PHL 304

      Instructor: Nicholas, Jeffery

      Course Registration Number: 2712

      Start Date: 03/01/2018 End Date: 03/01/2018

      Location: LIBR LL01

      Open Seats: 16

      Credits: 3

      Description: The application of ethical principles to the areas of social work, business, law, medicine, and other fields of endeavor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Current Problems in Ethics

      Subject: PHL 304

      Instructor: Nicholas, Jeffery

      Course Registration Number: 2712

      Start Date: 02/01/2018 End Date: 02/01/2018

      Location: LIBR LL01

      Open Seats: 16

      Credits: 3

      Description: The application of ethical principles to the areas of social work, business, law, medicine, and other fields of endeavor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Philosophy of Human Person

      Subject: PHL 207

      Instructor: DiPippo, Alexander

      Course Registration Number: 2709

      Start Date: 01/18/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: HARKNS 335

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to philosophical anthropology. Topics may include: the nature of persons, freedom and responsibility, immortality, and the realtion of mind and body.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Sociology

    • Sociology of Disaster

      Subject: SOC 411

      Instructor: Mele, Todd

      Course Registration Number: 2714

      Start Date: 01/17/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: RUANE LL41

      Open Seats: 9

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: The objective of this course is to introduce students to the sociological dimension of disasters, major events which disrupt the prevailing order of society by causing injury, death, and/or property loss to large numbers of people. Possible case studies for the course include earthquakes, heat waves, hurricanse, oil spills, chemical releases, or terrorist attacks. A service project is normally required in this course. Permission of Instructor is required.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Theology

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 01/27/2018 End Date: 01/27/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 01/20/2018 End Date: 01/20/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 04/28/2018 End Date: 04/28/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 04/14/2018 End Date: 04/14/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 03/24/2018 End Date: 03/24/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Foundations of Theology

      Subject: THL 200

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2718

      Start Date: 02/17/2018 End Date: 02/17/2018

      Location: FEINST 209

      Open Seats: 13

      Credits: 3

      Description: An historical and systematic study of theology: its relation to its sources, methods of theology, chief theological systems. One or two characteristic theologians will be studied for their methods and doctrines.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Christ, Word and Redeemer

      Subject: THL 350

      Instructor: Kless, Richard

      Course Registration Number: 2720

      Start Date: 01/22/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: HARKNS 335

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A study of the chief themes of Messianic expectation and their fulfillment in Christ, the development of biblical revelation of Jesus in the Gospels, St. Paul and St. John, and a study of the central doctrines of salvation in biblical and systematic theology. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • The Prophets

      Subject: THL 314

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2719

      Start Date: 01/16/2018 End Date: 05/12/2018

      Open Seats: 14

      Credits: 3

      Description: A chronological study of the prophetic writings of Ancient Israel, especially the themes of covenant, salvation history, messianic expectations and eschatology. This course will examine both the original message of the prophets, and their relevance for contemporary readers. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning