*All courses will require two weeks of preparatory work prior to your arrival on campus and will require two weeks of coursework following the week on campus.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 schedule for the Accelerated Summer Courses. These courses will be offered on our main campus located in scenic Fayette, Iowa. While on campus for one week, learners will have the opportunity to work with faculty who bring both academic and practical experience to the classroom while networking with other learners. Come join us and find out what a unique and rewarding academic experience it can be!
REGISTER TODAY – ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED FOR THE ACCELERATED COURSES
For more information, call 800-553-4150, email email@example.com, or contact your admission counselor or advisor.
SESSION 1: JUNE 30 – AUGUST 1, 2014 July 14 – 18 – On Campus (hybrid format with pre and post work)
This course helps the student develop and strengthen the ability to reason soundly and critically. It addresses the purpose and process of critical thinking, language and critical thinking, patterns of argument, modes of reasoning. Prerequisites: ENG 102 or 202 and junior standing. 3 semester credit hours.
"Critical Thinking in essence is the truth. We learn how to use the voice of reason in pursuit of that truth. Logical reasoning extends our comprehension of the truth, from the data we have to what can be inferred from that data. We are interested in the truth due to who we are, of the people we have and will become. Our essence is based on our ideas and beliefs. What we do and how we react to any given situation is determined by the background of those beliefs and ideas. Throughout this course we will provide you with the opportunity to expand your mind using analytical thought processes while combining deductive and inductive thinking resulting in a truthful view substantiated by sound reasoning." -- Betty Firth, Critical Thinking Instructor
*This course is open only to those students who have completed ENG 102 or 202, and have Junior status. It does not count as a General Education course on the Fayette Campus; however, it does count as a 300-level elective.
ART 218 Digital Photography and Editing – Candace Steinlage, Instructor
Digital photography processes and techniques that include image capture with digital cameras, digital editing in Photoshop, and image presentation in web-based and color print formats. Fieldwork emphasizes capturing artistic subjects in natural light and natural settings. Lab work includes optimizing resolution and editing for content and aesthetics. Final presentations require students to create individual portfolios of original work that meet professional standards. 3 semester credit hours.
SESSION 2: JULY 7 – AUGUST 8, 2014 July 21 – 25 On Campus (hybrid format with pre and post work)
COMM 105 Public Speaking – Dr. Ryan McGeough, Instructor
This course increases the ability of students to make effective speeches and includes speech organization, presentation and extemporaneous talks. Meets the general education requirement for speech. 3 semester credit hours.
BA 210 Management Principles – Randy Scott, Instructor
A look at modern management theory, including both functional and behavioral approaches to the administration of business enterprises. 3 semester credit hours.
BIO 215 Local Field Science – Hope Cline, Instructor
This course is designed as an exploration of biological, physical and plant sciences of the local area. NOTE: Same as PHY 215. 3 semester credit hours.
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REGISTRATION: To register, call 800-553-4150, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your admission counselor or advisor. If you are a current student, register through myUIU and select Term: Summer 2014 Accelerated Courses. The registration period will open 3/19/14.
TUITION: $1,134 per three-credit course. Textbooks are not included in the price.
FINANCIAL AID: Financial aid recipients will use 2014/15 FAFSA Information.
HOUSING: Newly built student residence housing is available. Each South Village suite has a microwave and refrigerator. The kitchen on each floor has a stove and microwave. To reserve a room please email Jean Merkle at email@example.com and let Jean know when you will be arriving and the type of room you would like to reserve for the week. The cost per week to stay in the South Village is $118 for a double and $163 for a single.
Hotel Accommodations: We have reserved a block of rooms at Boarders Inn & Suites, located on the west edge of Fayette. The hotel is within walking distance of the University. The block of rooms is reserved under "UIU Accelerated Summer Courses" at a reduced rate of $ 65.00 per night. You may make reservations by calling 1-563-425-0214 (must use this number for the discount). The block of rooms at the special rate will be available until 6/29/14 for the first week's session and 7/6 /14 for the second week's session.
Commuters are welcome!
TRANSPORTATION: If traveling by air, students should book a round-trip flight using the Eastern Iowa Airport – Cedar Rapids. Arrangements for transportation from Cedar Rapids to Fayette can be made through the Eastern Iowa Airport shuttle service at 1-800-725-8460. If you plan to use this service, please inquire at the time of registration to see if other passengers will be traveling to Fayette. The cost is reduced for each additional passenger. Reservations preferred. Rental car services are also available at the airport. Fayette is a small rural community. The UIU campus, community restaurants, grocery and drug stores are all within walking distance.
Integrated Enrollment Center Upper Iowa University PO Box 1857 Fayette, Iowa 52142 Phone: 1-800-553-4150 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact your admission counselor or academic advisor.