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    Department: Accountancy

    • 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: 19

      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: 17

      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

    Department: Art and Art History

    • Concepts in Desktop Publishing

      Subject: ART 110

      Instructor: Boczanowski, Stephen

      Course Registration Number: 2791

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: For the student wanting an introduction to graphic design using the ubiquitous desktop computer and a desktop publishing program. Lectures include: history of graphic design, visual perception, typographic layout, and an introduction to desktop computer software. Projects will cover those used for intro-level jobs, e.g., newsletters, stationery, brochures. Evaluations will include the above projects and class critiques. Audit in this course requires full tuition. No lab fee.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Biology

    • General Biology I

      Subject: BIO 105

      Instructor: Mills, David

      Course Registration Number: 2695

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Basic principles and concepts of molecular and cellular biology, genetics, development, and evolution with consideration of how they relate to contemporary problems. Topics include cellular structure, function, bioenergetics and differentiation. Mendelian genetics, DNA structure and function, mutation and genetic illness, chromosome disorders, cancer, aging, bioengineering, Darwinian evolution, natural selection, and the origin of life on earth. No previous background in the subject is required. Audit in this course requires full tuition.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Human Biology

      Subject: BIO 122

      Instructor: Maguire, Laura

      Course Registration Number: 2699

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 12

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      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: Classroom Based

    • 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

    • General Biology I Lab

      Subject: BIO 105L

      Instructor: Mills, David

      Course Registration Number: 2697

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 15

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • 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

    Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • 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: 3

      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

    • Organic Chemistry II

      Subject: CHM 224

      Instructor: Pike, Jay

      Course Registration Number: 2011

      Location: HARKNS 330

      Open Seats: 3

      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: Stout, James

      Course Registration Number: 2705

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 18

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

      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 Based

    • General Chemistry I

      Subject: CHM 103

      Instructor: Pasquariello, David

      Course Registration Number: 2701

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 6:00 pm - 8:15 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

    • 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: 19

      Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Organic Chemistry I Lab

      Subject: CHM 223L

      Instructor: Stout, James

      Course Registration Number: 2707

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 18

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • General Chemistry I Lab

      Subject: CHM 103L

      Instructor: Pasquariello, David

      Course Registration Number: 2703

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    • 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

      Open Seats: 2

      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

    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: 3

      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

    • Student Teach Secondary School

      Subject: EDU 455

      Instructor: Connolly, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2723

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      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

    • Educational Psychology

      Subject: EDU 201

      Instructor: Cassarino, Kristin

      Course Registration Number: 2713

      Location: TBD

      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: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Reading in Content Area

      Subject: EDU 404

      Instructor: Karten, Karen

      Course Registration Number: 2721

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      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

    • 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: 7

      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: 2715

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 4:15 pm - 6:45 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 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 Based

    • TCP: Prin of Secondary Educ

      Subject: EDU 207

      Instructor: Guiot, Jeffrey

      Course Registration Number: 2714

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      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.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • General Methods

      Subject: EDU 410

      Instructor: Magill, Christen

      Course Registration Number: 2722

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 9

      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

    • 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: 2

      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: School of Continuing Education, PC

      Course Registration Number: 2716

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      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

    Department: Engineering-Physics-Systems

    • Elementary Physics I

      Subject: EPS 111

      Instructor: Tammaro, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2733

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 20

      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 allied health fields. This course includes mechanics, waves and heat. Assumes knowledge of algebra and trigonometry. (Three-hour lecture course with a one-hour lab.)

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Elementary Physics I Lab

      Subject: EPS 111L

      Instructor: Tammaro, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2735

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

      Credits: 1

      Schedule/Format: Lab

    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 118

      No Seats Available

      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

    • RIL:Lit of Harlem Renaissance

      Subject: ENG 201

      Instructor: Harrop, Marcia

      Course Registration Number: 2732

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 25

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      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: Classroom Based

    • Science Fiction

      Subject: ENG 194

      Instructor: Silliman, Barbara

      Course Registration Number: 2730

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Finance

    • 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: 10

      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: Fire Science

    • Hydraulics

      Subject: FRS 305

      Instructor: Pare, Mark

      Course Registration Number: 2798

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 20

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: History and Classics

    • US History to 1877

      Subject: HIS 103

      Instructor: Kilguss, Donald

      Course Registration Number: 2737

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Survey course of American history from colonial beginnings through the Civil War and Reconstruction.

      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: 19

      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

    • The Reformation

      Subject: HIS 324

      Instructor: Lescault, Michael

      Course Registration Number: 2739

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 23

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course explores the political, religious, and cultural changes which caused the breakup of medieval Catholic Christendom. It also stresses a theological understanding of the reformers? positions as well as the Catholic response to Protestantism. Students who earn credit in THL 336 may not enroll in this course.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Sem AmHis: Dismantling Slavery

      Subject: HIS 480

      Instructor: Chaput, Erik

      Course Registration Number: 2740

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: Restricted to juniors and seniors.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Interdisciplinary

    • Perspectives on Western Civ II

      Subject: INT 102

      Instructor: Carroll, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2743

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 22

      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 on Western Civ I

      Subject: INT 101

      Instructor: Bruno, Paul

      Course Registration Number: 2742

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      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

    • Intro Interdisciplinry Studies

      Subject: INT 150

      Instructor: DuClos, Lucas

      Course Registration Number: 2744

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 23

      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

    • Perspectives Western Civ III

      Subject: INT 201

      Instructor: Dowling, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 2745

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 14

      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

    Department: Law

    • ST:Race & The Justice System

      Subject: LAW 479

      Instructor: Kelly, Neil

      Course Registration Number: 2746

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    Department: Leadership Studies

    • Leadership Theory & Practice

      Subject: LDR 101

      Instructor: Kenny, Sean

      Course Registration Number: 2747

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 18

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course examines the development of leadership theory and practice from a contemporary and historical perspective. Emphasis is placed on new models of ďadaptiveĒ leadership emerging in 21st century work, community, and civic contexts. Students will develop a leadership learning plan to guide their study of leadership.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Leader Development

      Subject: LDR 480

      Instructor: Eriksen, Matthew

      Course Registration Number: 2751

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 22

      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

    • Ldrshp-Tchnolgy Global Issues

      Subject: LDR 302

      Instructor: Bundy, William

      Course Registration Number: 2750

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 24

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course studies the impact of technology as a determinant in the process of leadership. A special emphasis is placed on the role of emerging information technologies to the process. Other global issues such as war, poverty, racism, pollution, and the world economy are examined as they impact leaders and followers.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Conflict Resolution

      Subject: LDR 102

      Instructor: Marya, Vivek

      Course Registration Number: 2748

      Open Seats: 16

      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

    Department: Management

    • Principles of Business Mgmt

      Subject: MGT 101

      Instructor: Gemma, Joseph

      Course Registration Number: 2752

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 17

      Time: 7:00 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

    • 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: 12

      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: Gonsalves, Eduardo

      Course Registration Number: 2756

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 23

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      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: Classroom Based

    Department: Mathematics/Computer Science

    • 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: 17

      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

    • Intro to Mathematical Methods

      Subject: MTH 105

      Instructor: Candelmo, Anthony

      Course Registration Number: 2757

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 24

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student with a minimum math background to the problem solving process within relevant mathematical areas. Topics will be selected from mathematical logic, the problem solving process, probabilistic models, statistical inference, consumer mathematics, and basic computer programming.

      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

      No Seats Available

      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

    Department: Natural Science

    • Marine Ecology

      Subject: NSC 215

      Instructor: Deacutis, Christopher

      Course Registration Number: 2758

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 14

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      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: Classroom Based

    Department: Organizational Communication

    • Introduction Public Speaking

      Subject: COM 103

      Instructor: Bastia, Edward

      Course Registration Number: 2711

      Start Date: 08/29/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Wednesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 19

      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

    • Introduction Public Speaking

      Subject: COM 103

      Instructor: Bastia, Edward

      Course Registration Number: 2014

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

      Days: Tuesday, Thursday

      Location: FEINST 209

      No Seats Available

      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

    • Practicum II

      Subject: COM 451

      Instructor: Maurano, Steven

      Course Registration Number: 2108

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

      Days: TBD

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 1

      Time: 12:00 am

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: SCE Directed Study

    • Intro Human Communication

      Subject: COM 101

      Instructor: Petronio, Vincent

      Course Registration Number: 2709

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: An introduction to the philosophy, theory, methods, and practice of human communication. The course stresses interpersonal communication and verbal and nonverbal behavior. An emphasis is placed on developing the studentís writing ability.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Philosophy

    • Philosophy of Violence

      Subject: PHL 314

      Instructor: Buehler, David

      Course Registration Number: 2764

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 22

      Credits: 3

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Philosophy of Human Person

      Subject: PHL 207

      Instructor: DiPippo, Alexander

      Course Registration Number: 2785

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 17

      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

    • 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: 5

      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

    • Ethics, Moral Ldrshp Com Good

      Subject: PHL 301

      Instructor: Abbruzzese, John

      Course Registration Number: 2760

      Open Seats: 8

      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: Distance Learning

    Department: Psychology

    • Sel Top: Drugs & Addiction

      Subject: PSY 470

      Instructor: Mehta, Aradhana

      Course Registration Number: 2766

      Start Date: 08/30/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Thursday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 17

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: A seminar involving the intensive development of a specific topic of particular relevance to those participating. Mutual interest among students and faculty will determine course content. Independent presentation will be expected of all participants. Course may be repeated for credit. Offered by arrangement only. Prerequisite: PSY 100 and permssion of instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • 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: 8

      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

    • Child & Adolescent Development

      Subject: PSY 306

      Instructor: Howse, Robin

      Course Registration Number: 2762

      Open Seats: 18

      Credits: 3

      Description: A survey of human psychological growth and development from conception through adolescence, including biological, physical, cognitive, and social transitions. Mechanisms of change, influences on development, and the contexts in which development occurs will also be reviewed, drawing on current theory and empirical research. Prerequisite: PSY 100 or permission of the instructor.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Social Science

    • Rsrch Methods Social Science

      Subject: SSC 209

      Instructor: Mele, Todd

      Course Registration Number: 2771

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 22

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course introduces students to social science research design including techniques for conducting, analyzing, interpreting, and reporting social science research. Both quantitative and qualitative methods are reviewed, along with the ethical implications of such research.

      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: FEINST 112

      Open Seats: 1

      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

    • Society Culture and Individual

      Subject: SOC 310

      Instructor: Geier, Jessica

      Course Registration Number: 2767

      Start Date: 08/28/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Tuesday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 17

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: Explores the ways in which individuals process and then either adopt or reject competing norms and values. Scholars have used different concepts to explain this basic fact of human behavior: social psychology, symbolic interaction, culture, ideology, hegemony, interpellation, discourse, and habitus. Studies will learn the advantages and disadvantages of each.

      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: HARKNS 313

      Open Seats: 10

      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

    • Occupations and Professions

      Subject: SOC 322

      Instructor: Dargan, Susan

      Course Registration Number: 2769

      Open Seats: 15

      Credits: 3

      Description: A sociological investigation of occupations and professions in contemporary American society. The course is an analysis of the nature of occupations in relation to social structure, occupational differentiation, and socialization and education of occupations and professions. There is also a consideration of current issues in occupational sociology including professionalization, sex-role differentiation, and the implications of occupation for life changes.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning

    Department: Theology

    • Religions of the World

      Subject: THL 260

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2773

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 23

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course explores the idea of redemption as expressed by the Judaic, Islamic, Buddhist, Hindu, and Christian traditions. Students examine both the philosophy and ritual found in the Torah, Koran, Bible, Pali Canon, and Upanishads, aided by a variety of secondary sources. Class discussion focuses on the similarities and differences between the religionsí concept of redemption. Fulfills SCE THL I core requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • The Sacraments

      Subject: THL 362

      Instructor: Schnell, Gerard

      Course Registration Number: 2774

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 25

      Credits: 3

      Description: The general themes of sacramental theology are treated in their contemporary formulation with emphasis on personalist categories of development. Sacraments as symbols, the ecclesial dimension of sacraments, the ways in which Christ instituted the sacraments. The course is completed by a study of the three sacraments of initiation: baptism, confirmation, and the Holy Eucharist. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom/Distance Learning

    • Principles of Catholicism

      Subject: THL 250

      Instructor: Kless, Richard

      Course Registration Number: 2772

      Start Date: 08/27/2018 End Date: 12/15/2018

      Days: Monday

      Location: TBD

      Open Seats: 24

      Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

      Credits: 3

      Description: This course is designed to cover the various branches of Catholic doctrine and practice as contained in sacred scripture, tradition, and the magisterium. This course is intended for those desiring fundamental knowledge of Roman Catholic teaching. This course does not fulfill the theology core requirements except with the permission of the chair. Formerly THL 101.

      Schedule/Format: Classroom Based

    • Contemp Christian Thought

      Subject: THL 346

      Instructor: Stokes, David

      Course Registration Number: 2775

      Open Seats: 16

      Credits: 3

      Description: A review of several theological themes raised in theology today with diverse responses given to these by Christian theologians both Catholic and Protestant, e.g., God, Christ, Church, faith, discipleship, salvation. Prerequisite: Completion of THL Core I requirement.

      Schedule/Format: Distance Learning