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Approved Online Courses

Faculty Senate, Curricular Affairs Committee

The following courses have been approved for online instruction:

 

AAF 202 Introduction to Afro-American Culture (Barber)

AAF 300 Black Identity and the Social World (Barber)
AAF 466 (or PSC 466) Urban Problems (Feldman)

BCH 190 Issues in Biotechnology (Kausch)
BGS 397 Human Studies Major Seminar (Roush and Mandel)
BUS 110 Business Computing and Applications (Westin)

BUS 341 Organizational Behavior (all instuctors)

BUS 390 Junior Career Passport Program (all instructors)
BUS 444 Labor Relations (Overton)
BUS 493 Internship in Business Administration (Finnegan)

CHE (MCE) 473 Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Performance (Knickle)

COM 210 Persuasion: The Rhetoric of Influence (Ye)
COM 221 Interpersonal Communication (Petronio and Fonseca)
COM 251 Small Group Communication (all instructors)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - Disney (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Internet and Global Communication (N. Mundorf)

COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic: Rhetoric of the Courtroom Drama (R. Smith)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Rhetoric of Superhero Films (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - Rhetorical Criticism of Hitchcock's Murderous Gaze (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - Visual Communication Across Cultures (J. Mundorf)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Rhetoric of Geeks, Dorks, Uglies and Wallflowers in Mediated Communication (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Rhetoric of War Veterans Returning to America in Modern Cinema (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Rhetoric of The Auteur (L. McClure)
COM 310 Contemporary Oral Communication: Topic - The Rhetoric of SciFi and Fantasy TV (L. McClure)
COM 315 Environmental Dimensions of Communication (N. Mundorf)
COM 316A Communication Criticism: Rhetorical Criticism - (K. McLure)
COM 322 Gender and Communication (Torrens)

COM 326 Family Communication (Dicioccio)
COM 354 (or BUS 317) International Business Communication Exchange (N. Mundorf)
COM 361 Intercultural Communication - (J. Mundorf)
COM 381 Research Methods in Communication (all instructors)
COM 382 Communication Theory (Salazar)
COM 383 Rhetorical Theory (all instructors)

COM 410 Advanced Topics in Communication Studies: Communicating Climate Change (Mundorf)
COM 414 The Rhetoric of Sports in American Film (S. Wood)

COM 415 The Ethics of Persuasion (Roth)

COM 416 Propaganda (all instructors)
COM 440 Telecommunications Theory and Audience Behavior (N. Mundorf)
COM 441 Race, Politics and Media (R. Smith)
COM 461 Managing Cultural Differences in Organizations (Chen)
COM 462 Communication and Global Society (G-M Chen)

CPL/GEG 202 Introductory Urban Geography: Understanding Cities (Atash)
CSC 101 Computing Concepts (all instructors)

CSC 200 Computer Programming for Scientists & Engineers (Henry)

CSC 212 Data Structures and Abstractions (Henry)

CSC 301 Design and Implementation of Programming Languages (Henry)

CSC 412 Operating Systems and Networks (Fay-Wolfe)
CSC 485 Computer Forensics (Fay-Wolfe/Dickerman)

ECN 100 Introduction to Economics (Mcintyre)
ECN 201 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics (G. Ramsay, Van Horn)
ECN 202 Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics (Mead)

ECN 305 Competing Traditions in Economics (Van Horn)

ENG 205A Creative Writing: Topic - Poetry (all instructors)
ENG 205B Creative Writing: Topic - Fiction (May)

ENG 305A Advanced Creative Writing: Topic - Poetry(all instructors)

ENG 305B Advanced Creative Writing: Topic - Fiction (all instructors)
ENG 499 Senior Seminar: Topic - Creative Writing and Publishing (Ansel)

FLM 101 Introduction to Film Media (all instructors)

FLM 204 History of Film (all instructors)

FLM 205 History of Film II (all instructors)

FLM 351 Topics in Film Media Production (all instructors)

FLM 352 Topics in Film Media Critical Studies (Echevarria, Romanow) (all instructors)

FRN 392 Nineteenth Century Literature in Translation (de Bruin)
FRN 393 Twentieth Century Literature in Translation (Durand)
FRN 412 Topics in French Culture and Literature (Durand)

GWS 150 Introduction to Women's Studies (all instructors)

GWS 301 Women's Professional Development and Leadership (all instructors)

GWS 315 Introduction to Feminist Theories (De Frances)

GWS 325 International Women's Issues (Hughes)

GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - International Women's Issues (Hughes) GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women and Aging (Stein)

GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women and Health (Salgado)

GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women and Mental Health (Nichols)

GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women and War (Rose)

GWS 350 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women in Islam (Rose)

GWS 351 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Native American Women (Kosmider)

GWS 351 Special Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Women in Judaism (Rose)

GWS 360 Men and Masculinities (Salgado, Labelle)

GWS 370 Sex Trafficking (Hughes)

GWS 401 Advanced Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery (Hughes)

GWS 402 Campaigns and Services for Victims of Trafficking and Slavery (Hughes)

GWS 430 Women and Human Rights Policy (Hughes)

GWS 490 Advanced Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery (Hughes)

GWS 490 Advanced Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - Campaigns and Services for Victims of Trafficking and Slavery (Hughes)

GWS 490 Advanced Topics in Women's Studies: Topic - The Diva (Rutherford)

HDF 180 Personal and Career Development in Human Services (Lopes)
HDF 202 Research Perspectives in Human Development (Adams)

HDF 205 Family financial issues across the life span (Xiao)
HDF 225 Consumer in the Economy (Xiao)
HDF 230 Marriage and Family Relationships (Adams)

HDF 418 Personal Finance (Xiao)
HDF 424 Personal Finance Applications (Xiao)

HDF 426 Retirement Planning (Anderson)

HDF 428 Consumer Protection (Xiao)

HSA 360 Health Services Administration (Springer)
ITR 304 Colloquium (all instructors)

KIN 123 Foundations of Health (Harper)

KIN 275 Introduction to Exercise Science (Hatfield)

LAR 201 Survey of Landscape Architecture (Atash)
LET 151 Topic: Q Contemporary France (Erickson)
LET 151 Topic: Franco-American Relations (Durand)
LET 151 Topic: Francophone Hip-Hop Culture (Durand)

LET 151 Topic: The European Union (Hedderich)
LIB 120 Introduction to Information Literacy (all instructors)
LIB 220 Issues of the Information Age (Kinney & MacDonald)

MIC 422 (MLS 422) Biotechnology Manufacturing for the Life Sciences (Paquette)
MSL (MSC) 403 Army Topics – Military History (Edwards)

MTH 105 Elementary Mathematical Codebreaking (Bella)

MTH 108 Topics in Mathematics (Baglama)

MTH 131 Applied Calculus I (Thoma and Wu)
MUS 101 Introduction to Music (Thomas)

MUS 106 History of Jazz (all instructors)
MUS 111 Basic Musicianship (all instructors)
MUS 420 18th Century Counterpoint (Aberdam)

NRS 212 Introduction to Soil Science (Amador)

NUR 103 Professional Practice in Health and Illness (Misto)
NUR 150 Human Sexuality (Miller)

PHL 101 Critical Thinking (Krieger)

PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (Vaccaro)

PHL 217 Social Philosophy (Meghani)
PHL 314 Ethical Problems in Society and Medicine (Meghani)

PSC 274 (or SOC 274) Criminal Justice System (Carroll)

PSC 288 The American Legal System (Rothstein)

PSC 300 Challenge of Nuclear Arms (K. Johnson)

PSY 380 Psychology of Women (Quina)
PSY 103 Towards Self-Understanding (Zahm)

PSY 255 Health Psychology (Anatchkova)
PSY 310 History and Systems of Psychology (all instructors)
PSY 361 Learning (Smith)
PSY 399 (or AAF 399) Introduction to Multicultural Psychology (all instructors)
PSY 425 (or NVP 425) Peace Psychology (all instructors)
PSY 471 Applied Behavioral Analysis and Remediation (Woodard)
PSY 478 Applications of Psychology: Topic - Psychology of Sex, Gender and Sexuality (all instructors)
PSY 479 Topics in Psychology: Topic - Peace Psychology (all instructors)
PSY 480 Psychology of Women (all instructors)

SOC 212 Families in Society (Mederer)
SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency (Costello, Van Wyk)

SOC 242 Sex and Gender (Shea)

SOC 274 Criminal Justice System (Carroll)
SPA 205 Spanish Language and Style I (Echevarria)
TMD 222 Apparel Production (Hannel)
TMD 232 Fashion Retailing (Harps-Logan)

TMD 240 Development of Contemporary Fashion (Welters)
TMD 346 Computer-Aided Textile and Apparel Design (Kim)
TMD 433 Textile Markets (S-H Kim)
URI 101B Traditions and Transformations for BGS students (all instructors)
WRT 227 Business Communications (all instructors)
WRT 235 Writing in Electronic Environments (all instructors)
WRT 302 Writing Culture (all instructors)
WRT 303 Public Writing (all instructors)
WRT 305 Travel Writing (all instructors)

WRT 306 Writing Health and Disability (Martin)

last updated 5/6/13

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