Fall 2019 Online Course Schedule and Requirements

Class Dates:

  • Regular Term: Aug. 26 - Dec. 20
  • Eight Week 1: Aug. 26 - Oct. 17
  • Eight Week 2: Oct. 21 - Dec. 12

It is your responsibility as an online student to have access to a computer, Internet Service Provider, and the appropriate software (if required) to complete your online course. Please refer to the Technical Requirements for specific computer requirements.

Important note regarding mobile devices:

You cannot successfully complete an online course using only an iPad, iPhone, Android device, or tablet even if you are using the mobile app. For example, certain courses contain assignments requiring the recording of presentations that can only be successfully completed with the use of a Windows or Mac OS desktop or laptop. The mobile app is designed for the convenience of receiving course announcements, sending and receiving course messages, and viewing grades. Students will NOT be able to complete an entire course using only the mobile app.

If the course has any additional requirements such as software, these requirements are listed below. Courses will require a textbook except for those that specifically indicate that one is not required. Books can be purchased through the Online Bookstore.

This list is not exhaustive. Check with your instructor and/or course syllabus once your course has started for a complete listing of requirements.

This list does NOT include a listing of prerequisites. For a listing of prerequisites, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog or the Graduate Catalog.

Discounted software is available to MSU students through Journey Ed and the Microsoft Student Store. Office365 ProPlus is available through your campus email account.

 

This schedule is subject to change. For the most current schedule, check Campus Connection.

ASC 92 Beginning Algebra, Class Nbr #2856 (3 credits)

This course requires a significant weekly time commitment, with weekly assignments and discussions. Other requirements include a test proctor and a subscription to Cengage. A subscription can be purchased from our Minot State Bookstore for this course only or for unlimited course access. A subscription includes the course eBook.
Instructor: Sarah B Joy

ASC 93 Intermediate Algebra, Class Nbr #2617 (4 credits)

This course requires a significant weekly time commitment, with weekly assignments and discussions. Other requirements include a test proctor and a subscription to Cengage. A subscription can be purchased from our Minot State Bookstore for this course only or for unlimited course access. A subscription includes the course eBook.
Instructor: TBD

ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I, Class Nbr #2636 (3 credits)

The course requires Excel 2003 or higher, an access code for CengageNow. Students can use an ebook or printed text. The text and access code are bundled together at the MSU Bookstore. It is important to get the correct edition of the textbook listed by the MSU Bookstore.
Instructor: TBD

ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II, Class Nbr #2156 (3 credits)

This course requires an access code for CengageNOWv2. Students can use an ebook or printed text. The access code for CengageNOWv2 includes access to the ebook. If students buy the bundled text from the MSU Bookstore, the access code is included. Make sure that you purchase the correct edition of the book.
Instructor: TBD

ACCT 315 Legal Environment of Business, Class Nbr #2157 (3 credits)

A textbook is required.
Instructor: Dean Allison Frantsvog

ACCT 321 Managerial Accounting, Class Nbr #2158 (3 credits)

This course requires an access code for McGraw-Hill Connect. Students can use an ebook or printed text. The access code for McGraw-Hill Connect includes access to the ebook. If students buy the bundled text from the MSU Bookstore, the access code is included. Make sure that you purchase the correct edition of the book.
Instructor: TBD

BADM 101 Intro to Entrepreneurship, Class Nbr #10989 (3 credits)

Instructor: Artresa Y Mays

BADM 301 Fundamentals of Management, Class Nbr #2202 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Word, Adobe Reader, relevant Media Player plugins as required for various online videos (YouTube, etc.) and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Stetson G Sannes

BADM 301 Fundamentals of Management, Class Nbr #2756 (3 credits)

Word, Adobe Reader, relevant Media Player plugins as required for various online videos (YouTube, etc.) and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Stetson G Sannes

BADM 303 Human Resource Management, Class Nbr #2203 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

This course requires a microphone and webcam for a presentation. Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, and Windows Media Player for PC users or WMP components for QuickTime for Mac users are also required.
Instructor: Jeanne M MacDonald

BADM 304 Entrepreneurship/Small Bus Mgm, Class Nbr #2163 (3 credits)

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer
Instructor: TBD

BADM 307 International Business, Class Nbr #2587 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, Adobe Reader, media player with appropriate plug-ins for various online videos (YouTube, etc.), web cam, and microphone are required.
Instructor: James C Ondracek

BADM 321 Marketing, Class Nbr #2760 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and a textbook are required
Instructor: Tawnya Nicole Bernsdorf

BADM 416 Operations Management, Class Nbr #2165 (3 credits)

Word, Excel, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Nicholas N Bowersox

BADM 421 Applied Business Research, Class Nbr #2195 (3 credits)

Word, Adobe Reader, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Megan A Fixen

BADM 422 Consumer Behavior, Class Nbr #2777 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Megan A Fixen

BADM 424 Logistics & Channel Management, Class Nbr #2159 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and a textbook are required
Instructor: Jere C Ferguson

BADM 427 International Marketing, Class Nbr #2592 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, Adobe Reader
Instructor: Nicholas N Bowersox

BADM 436 Org Behavior Prin & Practices, Class Nbr #2182 (3 credits)

Word, Adobe Reader, and relevant Media Player plugins as required for various online videos (YouTube, etc.)
Instructor: Andrew M Bertsch

BADM 465 Strategic Management, Class Nbr #2745 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer
Instructor: James C Ondracek

BADM 488 Marketing Strategy, Class Nbr #2184 (3 credits)

Word, Excel (2003 or later), PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, headset with microphone, Windows Media Player, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Megan A Fixen

BADM 489 Entrep & New Venture, Class Nbr #2834 (3 credits)

Word, Excel (2003 or later), PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, headset with microphone, Windows Media Player, Blackboard Collaborate, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Artresa Y Mays

BADM 535 Manage Principles & Practices, Class Nbr #2937 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, and textbook are required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Debra J Borkovich

BADM 550 Stat & Quant Apps/Mngr Approac, Class Nbr #2191 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Word and Excel. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Andrew M Bertsch

BADM 555 International Management, Class Nbr #2779 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Must be admitted to the Graduate School. Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer, webcam, and microphone or headset is required.
Instructor: James C Ondracek

BADM 565 Strategic Management, Class Nbr #2614 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Must be admitted to the Graduate School. A textbook is required.
Instructor: James C Ondracek

BIT 220 Management Information Systems, Class Nbr #2162 (3 credits)

Word, headset with microphone
Instructor: Tyler R Parsons

BIT 311 Collaborative Computing, Class Nbr #2535 (3 credits)

Course requires a headset with microphone and Word
Instructor: Linda M Cresap

BIT 318 Business Communication, Class Nbr #2161 (3 credits)

This course requires a computer with audio and video capabilities or headset with microphone. Students will need access to Office 365 ProPlus, which is free to Minot State students for download from the IT Central website (https://www.minotstateu.edu/downloads/). Cengage Unlimited digital textbook required first day of class.
Instructor: Deborah Michelle Kinzell

BIT 385 Technology Management, Class Nbr #2564 (3 credits)

An access code for the TestOut Labsim online course materials is required. There is no textbook required.
Instructor: Chad R Fenner

BIT 441 IS Strategy Mgmt & Acquisition, Class Nbr #2604 (3 credits)

Microphone is required, web cam is optional
Instructor: Kristi-Ann L Berg

BIT 445 IT Audit Controls, Class Nbr #14892 (3 credits)

Students will need a webcam, speakers, and microphone.
Instructor: Rhonda G Chicone

BIT 453 Systems Analysis, Class Nbr #2201 (3 credits)

Visible Analyst 7.5 or higher is provided with text, and Microsoft Visio and Microsoft Project will be purchased inside the course
Instructor: Deanna Beth Klein

BIT 510 Managerial Communication, Class Nbr #2197 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

This course requires a computer with audio and video capabilities or headset with microphone. Students will need access to Office 365 ProPlus, which is free to MSU students for download from the IT Central website. As part of the course requirements, students will complete the online APA training module and exam, at a cost of approximately $40 (subject to change). Students must be admitted to the Graduate School. Textbooks required first day of class.
Instructor: Linda M Cresap

BIT 559 Systems Analysis, Class Nbr #2508 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Stephen F Beyer

BIT 560 Manage/Integrate IS Function, Class Nbr #2506 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Kristi-Ann L Berg

BIT 561 IS Project Management, Class Nbr #2198 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Microsoft Office and textbook are required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Pan C. P. Kao

BIT 562 Management Information Systems, Class Nbr #2861 (3 credits)Eight Week 2Must be admitted to the Graduate School. A textbook is required. International students should purchase the “Global Edition” of the textbook.Instructor: Deanna Beth Klein mailto:deanna.klein@minotstateu.edu

BIT 563 Database Systems & Application, Class Nbr #2507 (3 credits)Eight Week 2Office 2010. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.Instructor: Rhonda G Chicone mailto:rhonda.chicone@minotstateu.edu

BIT 566 Knowledge Management, Class Nbr #2509 (3 credits)Eight Week 2Must be admitted to the Graduate School. Students need Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Reader, and Windows Media Player. A textbook is required.Instructor: Nicholas N Bowersox mailto:nicholas.bowersox@minotstateu.edu

BOTE 247 Spreadsheet Applications, Class Nbr #2767 (3 credits)

A PC is required; a MAC cannot used to complete this course. Excel 2019 and Sam 2019 Assessment, Training, and Projects will be used. Older versions of Excel cannot be used.
Instructor: Julianne Marie Eklund

CJ 201 Intro to Criminal Justice, Class Nbr #15695 (3 credits)

A webcam, microphone, Microsoft Word, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Maria Mae Buchholz-Kerzmann

CJ 320 Community Corrections, Class Nbr #11064 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Maria Mae Buchholz-Kerzmann

CJ 340 Juvenile Justice System, Class Nbr #2514 (3 credits)

Requires a headset with microphone and a webcam.
Instructor: TBD

CJ 362 Gender Issues in CJ, Class Nbr #2348 (3 credits)

PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, PDF reader, Windows Media Player, and speakers or a headset.
Instructor: Melissa Jolene Spelchen

CJ 380 Corrections, Class Nbr #10994 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Maria Mae Buchholz-Kerzmann

CJ 401 Administration of CJ Systems, Class Nbr #2789 (3 credits)

Instructor: TBD

COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking, Class Nbr #2843 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Must have access to video camera. An iPad will work. Students will be required to upload their recorded speeches to the Blackboard course. Must also have access to an adult listening audience and a professional location. There is no provision to give speeches face-to-face. Adobe Reader, PowerPoint Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required.
Instructor: Kristen Marie Warmoth

COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking, Class Nbr #2844 (3 credits)

Must have access to video camera. An iPad will work. Students will be required to upload their recorded speeches to the Blackboard course. Must also have access to an adult listening audience and a professional location. There is no provision to give speeches face-to-face. Adobe Reader, PowerPoint Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required.
Instructor: Kristen Marie Warmoth

CSCI 101 Introduction to Computer Scien, Class Nbr #2218 (3 credits)

Microsoft Office 365 Office 2016 and Windows 10 are required. A web cam and headset with microphone are required.
Instructor: Sherie Jean Saltveit

DTS 230 Driver & Traffic Safety Ed, Class Nbr #2377 (3 credits)

A textbook and Adobe Reader are required.
Instructor: Bradley Newman Webster

DTS 350 Advanced Driving, Class Nbr #2378 (3 credits)

A textbook and Adobe Reader are required.
Instructor: Bradley Newman Webster

DTS 450 Organ & Admin of Safety Educat, Class Nbr #2456 (2 credits)

No textbook
Instructor: Bradley Newman Webster

ECE 310 Intro Early Childhood Educatio, Class Nbr #2468 (3 credits)

A media player with appropriate plug-ins is required for various online videos. A textbook is required.
Instructor: TBD

ECE 320 Infant/Toddler Development, Class Nbr #2846 (2 credits)

Textbook required and accompanying DVD. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor, recent version of Firefox or Internet Explorer, Internet connection, and ability to download documents.
Instructor: Leslee J Thorpe

ECE 333 Preschool Methods & Materials, Class Nbr #2949 (3 credits)

This course requires synchronous chats using Blackboard Collaborate which will be arranged inside the course. Students will need a web cam and microphone.
Instructor: Leslee J Thorpe

ECE 361 Observation and Assessment ECE, Class Nbr #2953 (3 credits)

Textbook required and accompanying DVD. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor, recent version of Firefox or Internet Explorer, Internet connection, and ability to download documents.
Instructor: Leslee J Thorpe

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics, Class Nbr #2359 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. Requires a MindTap access. If either the e-book or the standard physical textbook sold by the MSU book store is purchased, it will come with the access code. If a physical book is purchased outside MSU, the access code will need to be purchased separately. The e-book can be purchased with the access code directly from MindTap too.
Instructor: Tilahun Z Ayanou

ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics, Class Nbr #2220 (3 credits)

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. Requires a MindTap access. If either the e-book or the standard physical textbook sold by the MSU book store is purchased, it will come with the access code. If a physical book is purchased outside MSU, the access code will need to be purchased separately. The e-book can be purchased with the access code directly from MindTap too.
Instructor: Tilahun Z Ayanou

ED 320 Curric, Planning & Assess I, Class Nbr #10810 (2 credits)

Word, Windows Media Player and Adobe Acrobat Reader
Instructor: TBD

ED 380 Technology in Teaching, Class Nbr #2848 (2 credits)

No textbook is required. Students will be required to download and install software. Headset with microphone required for recording sample podcasts.
Instructor: Warren Steven Gamas

ED 501 Design-Interp Ed Research/Quan, Class Nbr #17697 (2 credits)
Eight Week 1

A textbook, microphone, web cam, PowerPoint, and any spreadsheet program (Excel, Numbers, etc.) are required. There are five scheduled, synchronous video conferences using Blackboard Collaborate. The final project requires a voice-over PowerPoint presentation. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Warren Steven Gamas

ED 522 Curriculum Design Assessment, Class Nbr #2755 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

This course requires admission to the Graduate School and a microphone with headset or speakers. It also requires the purchase of books and materials that will not be available at the MSU Bookstore. More information will be available within the course.
Instructor: Daniel R Conn

ENGL 110 College Composition I, Class Nbr #2329 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
Instructor: Sarah Lynn Aleshire

ENGL 120 College Composition II, Class Nbr #2224 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Requires Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, textbook, and completion of the Blackboard Tutorial if students have not taken an online course before.
Instructor: Christopher Lozensky

ENGL 120 College Composition II, Class Nbr #16135 (3 credits)

Requires Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, textbook, and completion of the Blackboard Tutorial if students have not taken an online course before.
Instructor: TBD

FIN 353 Corporation Finance, Class Nbr #2199 (3 credits)

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, calculators, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A textbook is required. A financial calculator is also necessary in this course. The recommended calculator is the Texas Instrument BA II Plus, but TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus CE, as well as HP 12C, HP 10b, and HP 17b will also do the financial calculations. A student study resource, MindTap, is offered by the publisher online but is not a requirement for the course.
Instructor: Bethany A Keusch

FIN 457 International Corporate Financ, Class Nbr #2681 (3 credits)

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, calculators, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A textbook and financial calculator are required. A Texas Instrument BA II Plus is recommended, but the TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus CE, as well as HP 12C, HP 10b, and HP 17b can also be used.
Instructor: TBD

GEOL 101 Environmental Geology with Lab, Class Nbr #2936 (4 credits)

This course requires Word, Excel, and a camera or camera phone to take photos. Some independent field work will be required. This course is open to distance education students only and requires permission to enroll.

Distance education students can contact Jolina Miller at jolina.miller@minotstateu.edu or 701-858-3218 for permission to enroll. On campus students will need an override from the instructor to enroll.
Instructor: Joseph Collette

HMS 151 Stress Management, Class Nbr #2379 (2 credits)

Textbook is required. Course requires Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, Windows Media Player, and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Instructor: Linda Rae Pettersen

HMS 151 Stress Management, Class Nbr #2380 (2 credits)

Textbook is required. Course requires Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, Windows Media Player, and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Instructor: Judith Swanson

HMS 203 Health Care Through Life Span, Class Nbr #2381 (3 credits)

A textbook, PowerPoint or Power Point Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required.
Instructor: Heidi J Peterson

HMS 208 Medical Terminology, Class Nbr #2382 (2 credits)

Textbook, Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, Windows Media Player, and DSL or cable Internet connection are required.
Instructor: Heidi J Peterson

HMS 213 Life Span Growth & Development, Class Nbr #2482 (3 credits)

Student must purchase access cards for Revel and My Virtual Life. The interactive e-book textbook is in Revel. My Virtual Life is a simulation raising a child through adolescence in the virtual world and immersion into adulthood. If purchased through the MSU bookstore the access cards will be packaged together. Both access cards are required.
Instructor: Linda M Schaefer

HMS 215 Principles of Pharmacology, Class Nbr #2383 (3 credits)

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Baljit K Pannu

HMS 240 Nutrition, Class Nbr #2461 (3 credits)

The course requires Word, speakers, video player and an access code to Diet Analysis Plus. Textbook is required.
Instructor: Ashley Demakis

HMS 243 Pathophysiology, Class Nbr #2606 (3 credits)

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Baljit K Pannu

HMS 243 Pathophysiology, Class Nbr #16340 (3 credits)

Word and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Danielle Rose Reinisch

HMS 279 Death & Dying, Class Nbr #2384 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Linda Rae Pettersen

HMS 333 Transcultural Health Care, Class Nbr #2460 and #2466 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Judith Swanson

HMS 460 Quality & Risk Mngt in Hlth Ca, Class Nbr #2487 (3 credits)

No textbook is required. 
Instructor: Caren Gail Barnett

HIST 101 Western Civilization I, Class Nbr #2221 (3 credits)

This course requires two textbooks and has 15 lesson multiple choice quizzes, 15 lesson short essay assignments, and three section one hour essay exams.
Instructor: Daniel M Ringrose

HIST 103 US History to 1877, Class Nbr #2350 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

Requires the ability to play video and audio files. Microsoft Office 2000 or higher, RealPlayer and Windows Media Player are required. Asynchronous discussion is a requirement in this course.
Instructor: Christina A Sunwall

HIST 104 US History from 1877, Class Nbr #2353 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Requires the ability to play video and audio files. Microsoft Office 2000 or higher, RealPlayer and Windows Media Player are required. Asynchronous discussion is a requirement in this course.
Instructor: Christina A Sunwall

HUM 251 Humanities, Class Nbr #2229 (3 credits)

Word or equivalent word processor, high-speed Internet connection for large graphics files, recent version Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, one main textbook and two supplementary books (from the bookstore).
Instructor: David R Bradley

HUM 252 Humanities, Class Nbr #2230 (3 credits)

Word or equivalent word processor, high-speed Internet connection for large graphics files, recent version of Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, one main textbook and two supplementary books (from the bookstore).
Instructor: David R Bradley

KIN 510 Sports Leadership & Administra, Class Nbr #2870 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

A textbook is required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Rick Jay Hedberg

KIN 540 Foundations Sports & Exer Psyc, Class Nbr #2869 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

A textbook is required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Terry Ferebee Eckmann

LEGL 365 Law & Society, Class Nbr #11063 (3 credits)

Instructor: Gary A Rabe

MATH 103 College Algebra, Class Nbr #2231 (4 credits)

This course requires a significant weekly time commitment. Course requires weekly assignments and discussions, test proctor, and TI-83 or TI-84 calculator.  Access code for WebAssign is required. Access includes an eBook.  If a physical textbook is preferred, purchase the bundle from the MSU Bookstore.  If you buy a used textbook, WebAssign access can be purchased separately at the WebAssign website.
Instructor: Eric T Woodbeck

MATH 210 Elementary Statistics, Class Nbr #2338 (4 credits)

Course requires weekly assignments and discussions, test proctor, and TI-83 or TI-84 calculator. Students are required to have Adobe Reader and to purchase an Access Code for MyStatLab from the Bookstore or from the Pearson website. The access code comes with a digital textbook so purchase of a physical textbook is not required. This course requires a significant time commitment.
Instructor: Luther C Olson

MATH 511 Trends in Math Education, Class Nbr #15657 (3 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Jennifer Sherman

MHA 349 Psychopharmacology, Class Nbr #2812 (3 credits)

Textbook required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor, recent version of Firefox or Internet Explorer, Internet connection, Flash Player and ability to download documents.
Instructor: TBD

NURS 253 Nursing Perspectives, Class Nbr #2385 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Linda Rae Pettersen

NURS 363 Nursing Theory and Research, Class Nbr #2386 (3 credits)

RN to BSN students only; textbooks; high-speed Internet connection, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, Windows Media Player, and Adobe Acrobat Reader are required. Students who have not taken an online course in Blackboard must complete the Blackboard Tutorial.
Instructor: Sandra Marie Groth

NURS 383 Professional Nursing I, Class Nbr #2462 (3 credits)
Eight Week 1

RN to BSN Only. Microsoft Word and textbook are required.
Instructor: Judith Swanson

NURS 483 Professional Nursing II, Class Nbr #2463 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

RN to BSN Only. Microsoft Word and textbook are required.
Instructor: Judith Swanson

PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy, Class Nbr #2235 and #2561 (3 credits)
Eight Week 2

Instructor: Justin J Daeley

POLS 115 American Government, Class Nbr #2496 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word and a webcam or video recording device are required.
Instructor: Amanda Belle Biles

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology, Class Nbr #2387 (3 credits)

Textbook is required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor and a recent version of Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Chrome. Students will also need a video player, Flash player, and the ability to download documents. A high speed Internet connection is recommended.
Instructor: Efthalia Esser

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology, Class Nbr #2538 (3 credits)

Textbook is required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor and a recent version of Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Chrome. Students will also need a video player, Flash player, and the ability to download documents. A high speed Internet connection is recommended.
Instructor: Rita M Damberger

PSY 255 Child & Adolescent Psychology, Class Nbr #2457 (3 credits)

Textbook required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor, and the recent version of Firefox or Internet Explorer. Windows Media Player is required to view videos.
Instructor: TBD

PSY 270 Abnormal Psychology, Class Nbr #2388 (3 credits)

Textbook is required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor and a recent version of Firefox or Internet Explorer. Students will also need a video player, Flash player, and the ability to download documents. A high speed Internet connection is recommended.
Instructor: Vicki Jo Michels

SWK 256 Development of Social Welfare, Class Nbr #2566 (3 credits)

Instructor: Rebecca Dawn Daigneault

SOC 210 Introduction to Anthropology, Class Nbr #2498 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, and Windows Media Player are required. This course has a lot of audio and video clips which require speakers and/or headset and a DSL or Cable Internet connection. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Christine A Borden-King-Jones

SPED 101 Introduction to IDD Services, Class Nbr #2389 (3 credits)

No text is required, but hard copies of the course’s online readings are available from the MSU Bookstore or can be printed out from the online modules. Word & PowerPoint are required.
Instructor: Mary E Mercer

SPED 110 Intro to Exceptional Children, Class Nbr #2390 (3 credits)

Textbook is required.
Instructor: Wenjing Zheng

SPED 112 Health Care in DD II, Class Nbr #10807 (3 credits)

No textbook is required; all online reading and content is provided within the course.
Instructor: Ruth Mary Soderstrom

SPED 113 American Sign Language I, Class Nbr #17759 (3 credits)

A GoReact subscription is required which costs $30.
Instructor: TBD

SPED 116 Intro To Sign Lang Interpreti, Class Nbr #16039 (3 credits)
Online Synchronous

This course is Online Synchronous which means students must attend at a specific day/time (Tu 2:30-4:50 PM).
Instructor: Shevonne C Putnam

SPED 120 Intro to Positive Beh Supports, Class Nbr #2391 (3 credits)

All course readings are available in the online course shell.  Course requires a headset with a microphone.
Instructor: Evan Dean Borisinkoff

SPED 210 Intro to Ed of Children w/DHH, Class Nbr #2956 (3 credits)

A free, downloadable e-text is required and information will be available in the course syllabus.
Instructor: Monica I Soukup

SPED 223 Dual Diagnoses:ID and Mental, Class Nbr #10808 (2 credits)

No textbook is required; all online reading and content is provided within the course.
Instructor: Ruth Mary Soderstrom

SPED 296 Field Experience in IDD, Class Nbr #15411 (4 credits)

No textbook required. This course is an 160 hour practicum completed in an approved field based site. Contact the instructor to make arrangements several weeks prior to the beginning of the semester.
Instructor: Mary E Mercer

SPED 312 Intermediate Sign Language, Class Nbr #2819 (3 credits)
Online Synchronous

This course requires a GoReact subscription which is $30, web cam, headset, and textbook. This course is Online Synchronous which means students must attend at a specific day/time (TuTh 2:00-2:50 PM).
Instructor: Shevonne C Putnam

SPED 341 Assessment in DD, Class Nbr #2741 (4 credits)

No textbook is required; all online reading and content is provided within the course. A webcam and headset with microphone are required to participate in synchronous help sessions using Blackboard Collaborate.
Instructor: Ruth Mary Soderstrom

SPED 454 Models & Strategies Employm DD, Class Nbr #2742 (4 credits)

Requires a webcam, microphone, textbook, Word, and PowerPoint are required.
Instructor: Mary E Mercer

SPED 497 Externship in IDD, Class Nbr #2572 (8 credits)

No textbook required. This course is an 320 hour externship completed in an approved field based site. Contact the instructor to make arrangements several weeks prior to the beginning of the semester.
Instructor: Mary E Mercer

SPED 499 Special Topics in SPED, Class Nbr #15693 (8 credits)

Instructor: TBD

SPED 501 Intro To Graduate Studies, Class Nbr #2821 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word; must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 510 Law & Policy in Sped, Class Nbr #2829 (3 credits)

Textbook required; must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Evan Dean Borisinkoff

SPED 533 Clinical Practice, Class Nbr #2865 (4 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Nicole P Swartwout

SPED 543 Methods of Teaching ECSE, Class Nbr #2879 (3 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School. Headset with microphone required.
Instructor: Heather L Lee

SPED 550 Special Education Assessment, Class Nbr #2866 (2 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Evan Dean Borisinkoff

SPED 584 Teaching Language to Deaf/HH, Class Nbr #2719 (3 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Lynae Jean Holmen

SPED 586 Teaching Read/Academics to DHH, Class Nbr #2670 (4 credits)

Three textbooks are required and will be available from the Minot State Bookstore. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Monica I Soukup