Summer 2021 Schedule and Course Requirements

Class Dates:

Regular Session: June 1 - July 29, 2021

It is your responsibility as an online student to have regular 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. It is important to note that you cannot successfully complete an online course using only an iPad, iPhone, Android device, or tablet even if you are using the mobile app. The mobile app will only allow you to perform certain functions NOT complete an entire course.

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 is a list of Online Asynchronous courses only. A listing of Online Synchronous courses (those with a scheduled day/time) can be found in Campus Connection

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

Fall 2021 Online Schedule

ASC 93 Intermediate Algebra Class Number #6433 (4 credits)

This course requires a significant weekly time commitment, with weekly assignments and discussions. A Cengage subscription is required and can be purchased from our Minot State Bookstore for this course only or for unlimited course access. A subscription includes the course eBook.
This course requires proctored exams. Proctors or proctoring services may require additional fees. Students will work with the instructor to setup and approve a proctor. Minot State's Academic Testing Center offers proctoring services for this course at no additional charge and appointments can be made by calling 701-858-3830.
Instructor: Bishnu Prasad Sedai

ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I Class Number #6453 (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. Examinations will be proctored using Yuja which will require a Windows 10 or Mac OS computer or laptop with a webcam and microphone for examinations. Mobile devices and Chromebooks cannot be used.
Instructor: Nicole Rae Wald

ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II Class Number #6454 (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: KateLynn K Albers

ACCT 315 Legal Environment of Business Class Number #6455 (3 credits)

A textbook is required.
Instructor: Dean Allison Frantsvog

ACCT 321 Managerial Accounting Class Number #6456 (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: Sue Kay Weston

ART 210 Art History I Class Number #6430 (3 credits)

Windows Media Player, Microsoft Word, and textbook are required. The textbook is available for purchase in the MSU Bookstore, through the online bookstore, or in the Library for a 2-hour reserve. This course requires three synchronous chats using Blackboard Collaborate.
Instructor: Andrea Donovan

BADM 301 Fundamentals of Management Class Number #6452 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, and microphone are required. An open educational resource (OER) textbook will be used and available within the course.
Instructor: James Ondracek

BADM 304 Entrepreneurship/Small Bus Mgm Class Number #6417 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam and microphone, Blackboard Collaborate, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Tracey Y Mays

BADM 307 International Business Class Number #6419 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, microphone, YuJa desktop or mobile app, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Andrew M Bertsch

BADM 321 Marketing Class Number #6418 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, and a textbook are required. 
Instructor: Megan Alyssa Fixen

BADM 427 International Marketing Class Number #6423 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, microphone, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Megan Alyssa Fixen

BADM 436 Org Behavior Prin & Practices Class Number #6421 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, microphone, the YuJa desktop or mobile app, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Andrew M Bertsch

BADM 462 International Business Strategy Class Number #8803 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, microphone, and textbook are required. 
Instructor: James Ondracek

BADM 497 Internship Class Number #8721 (1-9 credits)

This internship course has no text or exams. Students are required to document their time at the internship and their activities through weekly status reports to the Internship Coordinator. Students also are required to write a short paper and have their employer fill out an evaluation form found in the syllabus. Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player are required.
Instructor: Chuck Barney

BADM 537 Human Resource Mgmt Class Number #6431 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam and microphone are required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Jeanne M MacDonald

 

BIT 154 Word Proc & Presentation Sftwr Class Number #7426 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam, microphone, and two textbooks are required.
Instructor: Jan L Repnow

BIT 220 Management Information Systems Class Number #6414 (3 credits)

Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam and microphone are required.
Instructor: Kristi-Ann L Berg

BIT 497 Internship Class Number #6494 (3 credits)

This internship course has no text or exams. Students are required to document their time at the internship and their activities through weekly status reports to the Internship Coordinator. Students also are required to write a short paper and have their employer fill out an evaluation form found in the syllabus. Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player are required.
Instructor: Chuck Barney

BIT 589 Continuing Enrollment Class Number #6495 (0 credits)

No text required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Lori J Willoughby

BOTE 247 Spreadsheet Applications Class Number #6415 (3 credits)

A Windows based PC or dual book Mac are required to complete this course. Sam 2019 Assessment, Training, and Projects will be used. Office 365, Adobe Reader, media player, web cam and microphone are required.
Instructor:    

CHEM 110 Survey of Chemistry Class Number #6530 (4 credits)

This course will require an ebook, the purchase of a lab simulation subscription that will cost approximately $100, Sapling online homework which costs approximately $42, a scientific calculator capable of working with numbers in scientific notation and logarithms, a web cam, and microphone.
Instructor: Robert L Crackel

COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking Class Number #6408 (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. Adobe Reader, PowerPoint Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Kris Marie Warmoth

COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking Class Number #6491 (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. Adobe Reader, PowerPoint Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Kris Marie Warmoth

COMM 110 Fund of Public Speaking Class Number #6531 (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. Adobe Reader, PowerPoint Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Kris Marie Warmoth

CJ 201 Intro to Criminal Justice Class Number #6469 (3 credits)

A webcam, microphone, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Mitchell Ryan Gresham

CJ 300 Policing Class Number #6470 (3 credits)

This course requires significant writing. Microsoft Word and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Turgay Karagoz

CJ 330 Criminological Theory Class Number #7512 (3 credits)

This course requires a headset with microphone and a web cam.
Instructor: Turgay Karagoz

CJ 340 Juvenile Justice System Class Number #7514 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Mitchell Ryan Gresham

CJ 380 Corrections Class Number #7515 (3 credits)

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

CJ 395 Victims & Victimology Class Number #6503 (3 credits)

A headset with microphone is optional.
Instructor: Gary A Rabe

CJ 491 Senior Seminar Class Number #6428 (3 credits)

A web cam, microphone, Microsoft Word, and a Cengage Unlimited Subscription are required. 
Instructor: Maria Kerzmann

DTS 230 Driver & Traffic Safety Ed Class Number #6441 (3 credits)

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

DTS 350 Advanced Driving Class Number #6442 (3 credits)

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

DTS 450 Organ & Admin of Safety Educat Class Number #6443 (2 credits)

No textbook
Instructor: Bradley Newman Webster

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics Class Number #6497 (3 credits)

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A PDF viewer is required. 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: Daniel G Ngugi

ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics Class Number #6496 (3 credits)

Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A PDF viewer is required. 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: Daniel G Ngugi

ED 260 Educational Psychology Class Number #6476 (2 credits)

Students are required to complete synchronous chats using Collaborate which will require a web cam and microphone. Students can sign up for available dates after the course starts. A textbook is required.
Instructor: Thomas Erik Kana

ED 282 Managing the Learning Environ Class Number #7444 (2 credits)

Student are required to have a webcam with microphone.
Instructor:  James Owens

ED 284 Teaching Diverse Learners Class Number #6427 (2 credits)

Word, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, speakers, and a microphone are required.
Instructor: Nichol Louise Anderson

ED 320 Curriculum, Planning, & Assessment I Class Number #8906 (2 credits)

Department consent is required to enroll. Word, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Jenna Arnold

ED 322 Curric, Plan, & Assess II Class Number #7443 (2 credits) 

Instructor: Karen D Foley

ED 380 Technology in Teaching Class Number #6544 (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 380 Technology in Teaching Class Number #8849 (2 credits)
Department Consent Required

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 558 Trauma Informed Practice Class Number #8113 (3 credits) 
Pending Development

A textbook is required; must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Laura Zucca

ED 570 Curriculum Theory Class Number #8735 (3 credits)

Web cam and microphone are required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: James D Copeland

ED 573 Educational Leadership Class Number #8739 (3 credits)

Web cam and microphone are required. Synchronous chats are required. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Kevin Aten

ED 599 Thesis Class Number #6451 (1-2 credits) 

Instructor: Daniel Robert Conn

ENGL 110 College Composition I Class Number #6409 (3 credits) - Canceled  

ENGL 110 College Composition I Class Number #6557 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word or another word processing program, Adobe Acrobat Reader, PowerPoint reader, Windows Media Player, web cam, and speakers or headset are required. No textbook required.
Instructor: Amanda Christian Watts

ENGL 120 College Composition II Class Number #6525 (3 credits)

Requires Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, textbook, and completion of the Blackboard Tutorial if students have not taken an online course before. This course has an optional synchronous component that will require a camera and microphone.
Instructor: Robert Eugene Kibler

ENGL 120 College Composition II Class Number #6539 (3 credits)

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

ENGL 238 Children's Literature Class Number #6410 (3 credits)

Requires Microsoft Word and access to a public or school library with an adequate children's book collection. A web cam, microphone, and textbook are required. Students who have not taken an online course in Blackboard must complete the Blackboard Tutorial.
Instructor: Patti J Kurtz

ENGL 516 Research In Teaching Writing Class Number #8737 (3 credits)

This course requires a 30 min per week synchronous meeting. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor:  Samuel Stinson and Daniel Conn

ENGL 525 Topics In Language Arts Pedagogy Class Number #8738 (3-9 credits)
Pending Development

This course requires a 30 min per week synchronous meeting. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor:  Samuel Stinson and Daniel Conn

ENGL 536 Enrich Reading In Content Area Class Number #8736 (3 credits)

This course requires a 30 min per week synchronous meeting. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor:  Samuel Stinson and Daniel Conn

ENGL 545 Topics In Teaching Writing Class Number #7446 (3-9 credits)
Pending Development

This course requires a 30 min per week synchronous meeting. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor:  Samuel Stinson and Daniel Conn

FIN 353 Financial Management Class Number #6416 (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: David Arnold Frantsvog

FIN 550 Sports Finance and Budgeting Class Number #6542 (3 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School. Students are required to be familiar with Word, Excel, calculators, and PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer. A calculator is necessary for the course; although a financial calculator is not required, you may wish to use one, such as the Texas Instrument BAII Plus, TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus CE, or HP 12C and HP 17b.
Instructor: Jerry Michael Stai

HMS 151 Stress Management Class Number #6402 (2 credits)

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

HMS 203 Health Care Through Life Span Class Number #6403 (3 credits)

A textbook, PowerPoint or Power Point Viewer, and Windows Media Player are required.
Instructor: Richelle L Johnson

HMS 208 Medical Terminology Class Number #6432 (2 credits)

Textbook, Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, Windows Media Player, and DSL or cable Internet connection are required.
Instructor: Richelle L Johnson

HMS 213 Life Span Growth & Development Class Number #1967 (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: Lisa Krogman

HMS 215 Principles of Pharmacology Class Number #6475 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer, and a web cam with microphone are required. A textbook is also required.
Instructor: Kimberly A Tiedman

HMS 240 Nutrition Class Number #6406 (3 credits)

The course requires a Textbook or online e-book. Cengage Access for this textbook is required with a Mind Tap access code to utilize the Diet and Wellness Plus program. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer are also needed. 
Instructor: Heidi Jo Okeson

HMS 279 Death & Dying Class Number #6404 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and textbook are required.
Instructor: Richelle L Johnson

HMS 333 Transcultural Health Care Class Number #6405 (3 credits)

Word, PowerPoint and a textbook are required.
Instructor: Erin K Iverson

HIST 103 US History to 1877 Class Number #8087 (3 credits)

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 105 World Civilizations I Class Number #6515 (3 credits)

A textbook is required for this course. This course requires the ability to play video and audio files. Students also will need Adobe Reader or another appropriate application to read PDF files and a word processing application such as Microsoft Word, Pages, or Google Docs to create, save, and submit written assignments to Blackboard in Word (.doc or .docx) or PDF formats. Asynchronous discussion through Blackboard’s discussion board tool is part of this course.
Instructor: Mark A Singer

HUM 251 Humanities Class Number #6411 (3 credits)

This course is Online Synchronous which means students must attend at a specific day/time (4:30 PM-7:20 PM TuTh). Microsoft Word, PDF viewer, high-speed Internet connection for large graphics files, recent version of Mozilla Firefox, one main textbook and two supplementary books (from the bookstore).
Instructor: Eric P Furuseth

HUM 252 Humanities Class Number #6412 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PDF viewer, high-speed Internet connection for large graphics files, recent version of Mozilla Firefox, one main textbook and two supplementary books (from the bookstore).
Instructor: Eric P Furuseth

HUM 253 Humanities Class Number #8644 (3 credits)
Online Synchronous

This course is Online Synchronous which means students must attend at a specific day/time (5:00 PM-7:50 PM TuTh). A textbook is required.
Instructor: Andrea Donovan

INT 480 General Studies Capstone Class Number #6554 (1 credits)

Students will be required to submit documents as MS Word or PDF files. PowerPoint or comparable software is required. A web cam and microphone (built-in is sufficient if they work adequately) are required for synchronous meetings in Blackboard Collaborate or MS Teams. No textbook required.
Instructor: John R Webster

LEGL 322 Criminal Law Class Number #6502 (3 credits)

Textbook is required.
Instructor: Wojciech Cebulak

LEGL 370 Court Processing and Sentencin Class Number #6468 (3 credits) 

Instructor: Gary A Rabe

MATH 103 College Algebra Class Number #6413 (4 credits)

This course requires a significant weekly time commitment, with weekly assignments and discussions.  Other requirements include a TI-83 or TI-84 calculator 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.  If a physical textbook is preferred, purchase one from our MSU Bookstore.  The textbook may also be rented from our bookstore or directly from Cengage.
This course requires proctored exams. Proctors or proctoring services may require additional fees. Students will work with the instructor to setup and approve a proctor. Minot State's Academic Testing Center offers proctoring services for this course at no additional charge and appointments can be made by calling 701-858-3830.
Instructor: Bishnu Prasad Sedai

MATH 210 Elementary Statistics Class Number #6429 (4 credits)

Course requires weekly assignments and discussions, Adobe Reader, and a TI-84 (or TI-83) calculator. Students are required 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.
This course requires proctored exams. Proctors or proctoring services may require additional fees. Students will work with the instructor to setup and approve a proctor. Minot State's Academic Testing Center offers proctoring services for this course at no additional charge and appointments can be made by calling 701-858-3830.
Instructor: Luther C Olson

MATH 210 Elementary Statistics Class Number #6543 (4 credits)

Course requires weekly assignments and discussions, Adobe Reader, and a TI-84 (or TI-83) calculator. Students are required 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.
This course requires proctored exams. Proctors or proctoring services may require additional fees. Students will work with the instructor to setup and approve a proctor. Minot State's Academic Testing Center offers proctoring services for this course at no additional charge and appointments can be made by calling 701-858-3830.
Instructor: Luther C Olson

MATH 545 Adv. Math for Teachers Class Number #7449 (3 credits)

A web cam and microphone are required for group meetings. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Laurie Kay Geller

MHA 344 Dynamics of Addiction Class Number #6458 (3 credits)

Textbook required. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor, recent version of Firefox or Chrome, Internet connection, and ability to download documents.
Instructor: Mark C Schaefer

MUSC 100 Music Appreciation Class Number #8315 (3 credits) 

Instructor: Jon M Rumney

MUSC 207 History of Pop & Rock Music Class Number #8314 (3 credits)

A textbook is required.
Instructor: Deanna R Carpenter

NURS 253 Nursing Perspectives Class Number #6474 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Windows Media Player, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and textbook are required. A web cam and microphone are also required for video submissions and synchronous meetings.
Instructor: Sandra M Harbort

NURS 397 Nursing Internship Class Number #6493 (3-6 credits) 

Microsoft Word, web cam, and microphone are required.
Instructor: Amy Elizabeth Roberts

PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy Class Number #6460 (3 credits)

Textbook is required
Instructor: Tawa Jon Anderson

PHIL 102 Philosophy of Human Nature Class Number #6461 (3 credits)

A textbook and a word processing program are required.
Instructor: Tawa Jon Anderson

POLS 115 American Government Class Number #6459 (3 credits)

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

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology Class Number #6465 (3 credits)

A textbook is required and a hard copy is recommended instead of an e-book. A video player, a recent version of Firefox or Chrome, and the ability to download documents and Respondus Lockdown Browser are required. Examinations will be proctored using Yuja which will require a Windows 10 or Mac OS computer or laptop with a webcam and microphone for examinations. Mobile devices and Chromebooks cannot be used. Students are required to be familiar with Word or equivalent word processor. A high speed Internet connection is recommended.
Instructor: Chenmu Xing

PSY 255 Child & Adolescent Psychology Class Number #8578 (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: Chenmu Xing

PSY 270 Abnormal Psychology Class Number #6536 (3 credits)

Microsoft Word, video player, textbook, web cam and micropohone are required. Students also need the ability to download documents. A high speed Internet connection is recommended. Examinations will be proctored using Yuja which will require a Windows 10 or Mac OS computer or laptop with a webcam and microphone for examinations. Mobile devices and Chromebooks cannot be used.
Instructor: Vicki Jo Michels

PSY 525 Role and Function Of School Psychologist Class Number #8636 (3 credits)

A web cam and microphone are required to use Blackboard Collaborate for four required synchronous meetings. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Tamara Waters-Wheeler

RAD 405 Radiologic Technology Clinical Class Number #6471 (1-15 credits) 

Instructor: Robert L Crackel

SWK 402 N.A. Children & Adolescents Class Number #6485 (3 credits)

A textbook is required.
Instructor: Rebecca D Daigneault

SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Class Number #6462 (3 credits)

A textbook is required.
Instructor: Jynette M Larshus

SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Class Number #6511 (3 credits)

A hard copy of the textbook is required.
Instructor: John K McCollum

SOC 201 Social Problems Class Number #6464 (3 credits) 

Instructor: Jynette M Larshus

SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I Class Number #7448 (3 credits)
Pending Development

Contact the instructor
Instructor: Charlotte Sophia Rammell

SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II Class Number #7450 (3 credits)
Pending Development

Contact the instructor
Instructor: Charlotte Sophia Rammell

SPED 110 Intro to Exceptional Children Class Number #6425 (3 credits)

Textbook is required.
Instructor: Wenjing Zheng

SPED 111 Health Care in IDD I Class Number #7957 (3 credits)

No textbook is required, all online reading and content is provided within the course. Course requires a microphone.
Instructor: Ruth Mary Soderstrom

SPED 113 American Sign Language I Class Number #8173 (3 credits)

A GoReact subscription, web cam and microphone are required. Two textbooks with the accompanying DVD or an access code are required. 
Instructor:  Erica Bailey

SPED 120 Intro to Positive Behavior Supports #8768 (3 credits)

A textbook is not required for purchase. All course readings are available in the online course shell.
Instructor: Evan Dean Borisinkoff

SPED 140 Human Development Class Number #6507 (3 credits)

Textbooks are required.
Instructor: Wenjing Zheng

SPED 296 Field Experience in IDD Class Number #6509 (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:    

SPED 302 Language and Communication Interventions Class Number #7513 (3 credits)
Pending Development

A webcam and microphone are required.
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 420 Inclusive Practices Class Number #8707 (3 credits)
Pending Development

Instructor: Heather Leigh Lee

SPED 497 Externship in IDD Class Number #6444 (8 credits)

No textbook required. This externship must be completed at an approved field based site. Contact the instructor to make arrangements at least 1 month prior to the beginning of the semester.
Instructor: Evan Dean Borisinkoff

SPED 504 Intro Young Except Chldrn Class Number #6447 (3 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Heather Leigh Lee

SPED 505 Consult & Supervision SPED Class Number #6407 (2 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School, textbook required
Instructor: Tim E Godfrey

SPED 512 Foundations of DHH Education Class Number #6514 (2 credits)

A free, downloadable e-text is required and information will be available in the course syllabus. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 513 Deaf Studies Class Number #6448 (3 credits)

This course requires two textbooks and a free subscription to The Heart of Deaf Culture website. To access the art samples on the Heart of Deaf Culture website, students will also need high-speed Internet connection and the ability to download software. Students must also be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Monica I Soukup

SPED 515 Practicum Class Number #6435 (1-4 credits) 

Instructor: Heather Leigh Lee

SPED 515 Practicum Class Number #6450 (1-4 credits) 

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 525 Intro To Severe Disabilities Class Number #8579 (3 credits) 
Pending Development

Instructor: Jolynn Webster

SPED 529 Assistive Technology Class Number #6473 (2 credits)

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

SPED 531 Psychoed Aspects Except Chldn Class Number #6547 (3 credits)

Two textbooks are required; must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Pamela J Ondracek

SPED 533 Clinical Practice Class Number #8769 (1-4 credits)

No textbook required; subscription to GoReact can be purchased within the course. Must be admitted to the Graduate School.
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 589 Continuing Enrollment Class Number #6481 (0 credits)

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

SPED 589 Continuing Enrollment Class Number #6482 (0 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Lori J Garnes

SPED 589 Continuing Enrollment Class Number #6483 (0 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 589 Continuing Enrollment Class Number #6484 (0 credits)

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Wenjing Zheng

SPED 599 Thesis Class Number #6436 (1-3 credits) 

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Holly F Pedersen

SPED 599 Thesis Class Number #6437 (1-3 credits)

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

SPED 599 Thesis Class Number #6440 (1-3 credits) 

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Lori J Garnes

SPED 599 Thesis Class Number #6446 (1-3 credits) 

Must be admitted to the Graduate School
Instructor: Wenjing Zheng

 

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