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Schedule:

2020-2021 Academic Year

Session 1 (08/31/2020 – 10/22/2020)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I ACCT 202
ACCT 323 Federal Taxation I ACCT 202
ACCT 425 Auditing ACCT 322
ACCT 431 Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT 322
ACCT 533 Advanced Acctng Information Systems
ACCT 551 Taxation for Corporations
ACCT 554 Governmental and Not-For-Profit Acc
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ART 100 Introduction to Art
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 256 Quantitative Analysis/Business I CS 102, recommended MATH 105 or permission of instructor
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 317 International Management BA 210, and general education cultures requirement
BA 325 New Venture Creation MKT 208, BA 210
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II BA 256 or MATH 220 or instructor approval.
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 365 Leadership Theory BA 210, and BA 361 or permission of instructor
BA 383 Compensation/Benefits Management BA 361
BA 393 Personnel Selection & Evaluation BA 361
BA 423 Production/Operations Management BA 210, and BA 256 or MATH 220
BA 460 Strategic Management Senior standing and within 9 credit hours of program completion.
BA 474 Organizational Behavior PSY 190 or SOC 110
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 540 Labor/Management Relations
BA 548 Development & Management of HRM
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
CJ 224 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 315 Juvenile Justice CJ 224
CJ 333 Criminology SOC 110
CJ 362 Criminal Investigations CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 367 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 398 Justice Administration CJ 224
CJ 426 Institutional Corrections CJ 380
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 200 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 220 Principles of Interviewing
COMM 221 Intercultural Communication
COMM 334 Public Relations COMM 105 or COMM 200
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech
CS 122 IT Infrastructure CS 102
CS 130 Found/Information Systems CS 102
CS 206 Computer Architecture CS 122, and MATH 115-220
CS 332 Databases & Information Mgmt CS 130, and (CS 213 or IS 310).
CS 480 Senior Capstone I CS 400, and (IT 320 or SE 310)
ECE 451 Intro to Early Childhood EDU 110
ECE 551 Intro to Early Childhood
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
ECON 455 Economics of Health and Health Care ECON 160
ECON 488 Economics of International Trade ECON 161
EDU 253 Math for Elem & Middle Sch Teachers
EDU 435 Middle School Growth/Development EDU 110, And admission to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 443 Concepts of English EDU 110, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program, Highly recommended: 3 credit hours of foreign language at the college level
EDU 521 Middle School Growth/Dev/Mgmt Licensed teacher
EDU 522 Assessment for Learning
EDU 531 Tchg/Working:Multicltrl Setting
EDU 543 Concepts of English Highly recommended: 3 credit hours of foreign language at the college level.
EDU 545 Language Acquisition
EDU 589 Rdg Spec/Literacy Coaching Intern Prerequisite or Co-requisite: EDU 580 and EDU 581
EDU 59001 Capstone Seminar Early Childhood Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59002 Capstone Seminar ESL Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59003 Capstone Seminar Higher Education Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59004 Capstone Seminar Instruc Strat Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59005 Capstone Seminar Reading Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59006 Capstone Seminar Tchr Leadership Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59007 Capstone Seminar:TAG Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
ENG 101 English Composition I ACT (verbal portion) of at least 18 or the completion of ENG 100 or successful performance on challenge examination
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 101
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 352 Best Sellers ENG 101
ES 114 Conservation of Natural Resources
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
EXSS 10022 Walking for Fitness
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets ECON 161
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 343 Investments FIN 341
FIN 448 Options Futures and Derivatives FIN 341
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt
FIN 531 Financial Markets/Fin Strategy
GRAF 112 Introduction to Graphic Design
GRAF 218 Digital Photography and Editing
GRAF 332 Digital Imaging At least one 100-level or 200-level art or graphic design course.
HEA 521 Politics in Higher Education
HIST 100 World History to 1500
HIST 302 Modern East Asia Junior status or special permission from instructor.
HIST 371 New Nation, 1787-1848 HIST 110
HIST 496 Senior Thesis Senior standing; History majors only.
HSA 205 Intro to American Health Systems
HSA 241 Healthcare Informatics CS 102, HSA 205, Or consent of instructor
HSA 360 Health Care Law and Ethics HSA 205
HSA 362 Financial Mgmt of Hlth Serv Org ACCT 201, BA 210
HSA 490 Health Program Plan & Evaluation HSA 362
IS 320 Enterprise Architecture BA 222, CS 332 (corequisite) and IS 310
IS 348 Business Process Mgmt BA 222, IS 320
IS 410 IS Strategy/Mgmt/Acquisition BA 222, IS 320
IS 480 IS Senior Capstone CS 400, IS 320
IT 320 Web Systems CS 140, CS 213, CS 332
LA 298 Associate of Arts Capstone At least 45 credits toward the completion of the Associate of Arts Liberal Art Emphasis degree.
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score = 19 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 107 College Algebra Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score > or equal to 21 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 115 Trig & Analytic Geometry Pass MATH 107 or ACT math score > or equal to 26 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MATH 215 Multivariable Calculus MATH 200
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Pass (MATH 105 or above) or ((pass MATH 095 or ACT math score ≥ 19) and pass MATH 100) or ACT math score ≥ 24 or an alternative placement as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MBA 500 Accounting & Finance Principles Graduate standing
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Prerequisite for Marketing majors: MKT 208 or permission of instructor. Recommended for all majors: MKT 208 and PSY 190 or SOC 110 or permission of instructor.
MKT 363 Advertising and Integrated Mktg Com MKT 208 suggested, but not required for non-marketing majors
MKT 451 Marketing Research Completion of all other marketing/business core requirements
MKT 459 Contemporary Topics/Marketing
MKT 489 Social Media Marketing MKT 208
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MKT 522 Global Marketing
NUR 301 Logic and Reasoning in Nursing ENG 102
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Admission to the nursing program
NUR 315 Professional Nursing Practice Admission to the nursing program
NUR 325 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care I Admission to the nursing program
NUR 331 Complementary/Alternative HC
NUR 335 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care II NUR 325, Admission to the nursing program
NUR 340 Community Hlth Nursing NUR 335
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt NUR 400, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 434 Introduction to Global Health Admission to the nursing program
NUR 438 Our Image: The Image of Nursing Admission to the nursing program
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Senior status, 27 credits of the BSN curriculum, and 15 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 306 Prin of Emergency Management
PA 320 Political & Policy Bases of EM PS 100, PS 230, PA 306
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 430 Cases in Public Administration PA 364
PA 440 Public Budgeting Process
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation PA 501, Or permission of the program chair
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval PA 502, Or permission of the program chair
PA 507 Ethics of Public Service
PA 511 Govt/NFP Fin Mgmt/Control
PA 523 Emerg Mgmt/Homeland Secur/Publ Pol
PA 524 Ldrshp Issues/Critical Incidents
PA 531 Intro to Healthcare Systems
PA 544 Productivity Improvement/Govt
PA 563 Administrative Law
PA 567 Board Governance/Strategic Mgmt
PA 590 Research Seminar Completion of all core and area of emphasis courses or permission of the program director
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PHY 110 Introduction to Astronomy
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 380 Congress and the Presidency
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 222 Devel Psychology:Young/Late Adult PSY 190
PSY 240 Conflict Resolution
PSY 270 Human Sexuality
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 321 Death and Dying ENG 101
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 335 Biological Psychology PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 373 Research Methods SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 375 Methods in Human Services I SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 391 Social Work Practice I: Individuals
PSY 409 Psychology of Disaster PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 371 Planning Facilities/Phys Activity BA 210
SA 503 Ethics in Sport
SA 520 Sport Finance
SA 582 Current Issues in Sport
SA 590 Capstone Seminar Completion of all courses in the MSA program (may take one other course concurrently).
SE 200 Advanced Cmptr Programming CS 140
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 334 Intro to Sociological Res Meth MATH 220
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SOC 392 Sociological Theory Junior status and nine credits of sociology
SPED 473 Meth/Curr: Intellectual Disab SPED 304, SPED 467, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 567 Characteristics:Indiv/Disab PK-12
SPED 573 Meth:Intellectual Disabilities K-12 SPED 567
SPN 125 Intro Hispanic Culture & Society

Semester Long Fall (08/31/2020 – 12/17/2020)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
CNSL 509 Theories of Counseling Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 510 Ethical, Legal & Prof Issues in Cns Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 515 Lifespan Human Growth & Dev Admission to MSC degree program
CNSL 520 Research & Program Evaluation Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 540 Multicultural Counseling CNSL 509, CNSL 510, CNSL 554
CNSL 554 Intro/Counseling Techniques

Session 2 (10/26/2020 – 12/17/2020)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I ACCT 202
ACCT 322 Intermediate Financial Acctng II ACCT 321
ACCT 324 Federal Taxation II ACCT 323
ACCT 422 Cost Accounting ACCT 202
ACCT 432 Acctng for Not-For-Profit Orgztn ACCT 202
ACCT 547 Contemporary Topics/Financial Acctg Undergraduate degree in accounting or 30 semester credits of undergraduate accounting
ACCT 552 Forensic Accounting
ACCT 553 Advanced Managerial Accounting
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 310 Political Anthropology
ART 110 Drawing
ART 211 Art History I
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 325 New Venture Creation MKT 208, BA 210
BA 334 Social Entrepreneurship ECON 160, BA 210
BA 352 Risk Management
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II BA 256 or MATH 220 or instructor approval.
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 362 Supervision BA 210, BA 361
BA 371 Training and Development BA 361
BA 374 Business Communication ENG 102
BA 411 Labor Relations and Negotiation BA 210, BA 361
BA 423 Production/Operations Management BA 210, and BA 256 or MATH 220
BA 445 Contemporary Topics in Management BA 210
BA 460 Strategic Management Senior standing and within 9 credit hours of program completion.
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 524 Managing in th International Envir
BA 526 International Law
BA 544 Organizational & Mgmt Theories
BA 546 Compensation & Benefits
BA 553 Organizational Development
BA 555 Organizational Culture
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 576 Global Supply Chain Mgmt
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
CJ 237 Criminal Law and Procedure CJ 224
CJ 321 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 110
CJ 337 Victimology SOC 110
CJ 365 Introduction to Policing CJ 224
CJ 380 Introduction to Corrections CJ 224
CJ 428 Offender Treatment CJ 224
CJ 499 Special Project SOC 110
COMM 102 Intro to Mass Media
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 107 Human Communication
COMM 203 Communication Theory
COMM 415 Communication and Media Ethics Junior Standing or consent of the instructor
COMM 498 Senior Seminar COMM 390
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech
CS 122 IT Infrastructure CS 102
CS 140 Intro to Programming CS 122 or [(CS102 or EDU 252) and (MATH 115-220)]
CS 342 Human Computer Interaction Junior status
CS 400 Project Mgmt & Integration Prerequisite: IS 320 or IT 320 or SE 310 or consent of instructor
CS 480 Senior Capstone I CS 400, and (IT 320 or SE 310)
CS 481 Senior Capstone II CS 480, and (IT 320 or SE 310)
ECE 223 Hlth/Safety/Nutrition:Early Childhd
ECE 452 Observation/Assessment:EC EDU 110, ECE 451, and admittance into the Teacher Education Program
ECE 523 Hlth/Safety/Nutrition in EC
ECE 552 Observation/Assessment:EC ECE 451 or ECE 551
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
ECON 493 Managerial Economics ECON 160, ECON 161
EDU 232 Grammar Content for Teachers
EDU 428 Middle School Curriculum Design EDU 110, And admission to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 444 Curr/Methods:ESL EDU 110, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 446 Practicum in ESL EDU 110, or co-requisite, EDU 444 and admittance to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 509 Prac: Elementary Reading EDU 507, EDU 585
EDU 510 Practicum:Secondary Reading EDU 507, EDU 585
EDU 512 Educational Research Methods
EDU 520 Middle Sch Curriculum, Dsgn,Strat Licensed teacher
EDU 525 Content Area Literacy
EDU 532 Professional Learning Communities
EDU 544 Curr/Methods:ESL
EDU 546 Practicum in ESL EDU 543, EDU 544 (Co-Requisite)
EDU 553 CAFE Workshop
EDU 555 Daily 5 and CAFE
ENG 101 English Composition I ACT (verbal portion) of at least 18 or the completion of ENG 100 or successful performance on challenge examination
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 101
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 365 Women and Literature ENG 101
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 121 Dinosaurs
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
ES 321 Building an Eco-Economy ES 100 or ES 161 or GEOG 100, or consent of instructor.
FIN 288 Personal Financial Management
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 442 Intermediate Financial Management FIN 341
FIN 444 New Venture Finance BA 325, ECON 160, ECON 161, FIN 341
FIN 446 Bank Management FIN 341
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt
FIN 536 Derivatives and Risk Management
FIN 552 Investment Management
GEOG 100 Intro to Physical Geography
GEOG 356 Intro to Geographic Information Sys CS 102, Or consent of instructor
GRAF 235 Advertising Design
GRAF 280 Web Publishing and Social Media
GRAF 355 Typography
GRAF 442 Digital Animation At least one 100-level or 200-level art or graphic design course
GRAF 480 Senior Portfolio/Graphic Design
HEA 509 Student Development Theory
HIST 110 American History to 1877
HSA 205 Intro to American Health Systems
HSA 306 Long Term Care Administration HSA 205
HSA 344 Population Health Mgmt MATH 220 or HSA 241 or consent of instructor
HSA 360 Health Care Law and Ethics HSA 205
HSA 440 Health Services Administration BA 210
HSA 460 Health Services Policy/Regulation
IS 310 Systems Analysis & Design BA 222, CS 130, Or consent of instructor
IS 370 IT Audit and Controls IS 320
IS 481 IS Senior Capstone II CS 400, IS 320, IS 480
IT 311 Networking CS 140, CS 213, MATH 115
IT 410 Information Assurance and Security CS 206, CS 213, IT 311
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score = 19 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 107 College Algebra Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score > or equal to 21 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Pass (MATH 105 or above) or ((pass MATH 095 or ACT math score ≥ 19) and pass MATH 100) or ACT math score ≥ 24 or an alternative placement as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Prerequisite for Marketing majors: MKT 208 or permission of instructor. Recommended for all majors: MKT 208 and PSY 190 or SOC 110 or permission of instructor.
MKT 424 Global Marketing MKT 358, And completion of all business core requirements
MKT 479 Branding MKT 208
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MUS 202 American Popular Music
NUR 301 Logic and Reasoning in Nursing ENG 102
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Admission to the nursing program
NUR 325 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care I Admission to the nursing program
NUR 331 Complementary/Alternative HC
NUR 335 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care II NUR 325, Admission to the nursing program
NUR 400 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing MATH 220, Or equivalent of MATH 220, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt NUR 400, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 430 History of Nursing Admission to the university
NUR 432 Honoring Self-Care:Mind, Body, Spir Admission to the nursing program
NUR 446 Prin Fiscal Resource Mgmt Admission to the nursing program
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Senior status, 27 credits of the BSN curriculum, and 15 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II NUR 450
PA 305 Grant Writing ENG 102
PA 332 Emergency Preparedness & Planning PA 306, PA 320
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 371 Urban Management
PA 445 Administrative Law
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation PA 501, Or permission of the program chair
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval PA 502, Or permission of the program chair
PA 505 Organizational Behavior
PA 508 Terrorism and Politics
PA 511 Govt/NFP Fin Mgmt/Control
PA 530 Public Policy and Healthcare
PA 541 Nonprofit Philanthropy/Fundraising
PA 562 Sem:Federalism/Intergovt Relations
PA 566 Econ Dev:Theory/Practice
PA 590 Research Seminar Completion of all core and area of emphasis courses or permission of the program director
PA 594 Internship Completion of courses in the emphasis area
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 211 International Relations
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 368 Political Parties/Interest Groups PS 100, Or permission of instructor
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 212 Devel Psychology:Birth to Adol PSY 190
PSY 221 Introduction to Human Services PSY 190
PSY 260 Gender Roles SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 311 Psychology of Women PSY 190
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 373 Research Methods SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 383 Human Behavior:Social Environment SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 392 Social Work Prac II:Families/Groups
PSY 397 Social Gerontology PSY 190
PSY 445 Learning and Memory PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 363 Sport Marketing MKT 208
SA 501 Sport Administration
SA 525 Sport Law & Contract Negotiation
SA 535 Sport Psychology
SA 570 Research Methods/Sport Admin
SA 575 Sport Facilities Mgmt
SE 300 Data Structure & Algorithms SE 200
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 381 Political Sociology
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SOC 498 Senior Project ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
SPED 477 Career & Vocational Programming EDU 110, SPED 304, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 565 Methods/Curriculum: BD PK-12
SPED 577 Career & Vocational Programming
SPN 306 Culture and Society of Spain At least one prior social science or cultures course

Session 3 (01/11/2021 – 03/04/2021)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I ACCT 202
ACCT 323 Federal Taxation I ACCT 202
ACCT 425 Auditing ACCT 322
ACCT 533 Advanced Acctng Information Systems
ACCT 551 Taxation for Corporations
ACCT 554 Governmental and Not-For-Profit Acc
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ART 100 Introduction to Art
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 256 Quantitative Analysis/Business I CS 102, recommended MATH 105 or permission of instructor
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 317 International Management BA 210, and general education cultures requirement
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II BA 256 or MATH 220 or instructor approval.
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 365 Leadership Theory BA 210, and BA 361 or permission of instructor
BA 370 Entrepreneurship/Small Bus Mgmt BA 210
BA 371 Training and Development BA 361
BA 374 Business Communication ENG 102
BA 383 Compensation/Benefits Management BA 361
BA 423 Production/Operations Management BA 210, and BA 256 or MATH 220
BA 454 Management Cases BA 361, BA 423, and completion of all management-business core requirements.
BA 460 Strategic Management Senior standing and within 9 credit hours of program completion.
BA 474 Organizational Behavior PSY 190 or SOC 110
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 509 Theories of Leadership
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 540 Labor/Management Relations
BA 548 Development & Management of HRM
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 586 Global Business Strategy
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
BIO 190 Intro Biological Evolution
CJ 224 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 315 Juvenile Justice CJ 224
CJ 333 Criminology SOC 110
CJ 362 Criminal Investigations CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 367 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 398 Justice Administration CJ 224
CJ 428 Offender Treatment CJ 224
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 200 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 276 Intro to Television Production
COMM 310 Feature Writing COMM 102
COMM 326 New & Experimental Media
COMM 390 Research Methods/Comm COMM 105, and Junior Standing.
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech
CS 130 Found/Information Systems CS 102
CS 206 Computer Architecture CS 122, and MATH 115-220
CS 332 Databases & Information Mgmt CS 130, and (CS 213 or IS 310).
CS 480 Senior Capstone I CS 400, and (IT 320 or SE 310)
ECE 455 Methods & Curriculum:EC EDU 110, ECE 451, and admittance into the Teacher Education Program.
ECE 502 Field Exp Prekindergarten
ECE 557 Methods/Curriculum:EC ECE 451 or ECE 551
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
ECON 212 Agricultural Economics ECON 160, ECON 161
EDU 439 Introduction to Gifted Education And admission to the Teacher Education Program or practicing teacher
EDU 447 Problems in English Grammar EDU 110, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 507 Diagnostic Assessment Prac:Rdg/LA
EDU 512 Educational Research Methods
EDU 531 Tchg/Working:Multicltrl Setting
EDU 538 Educational Policy Seminar
EDU 539 Intro to Gifted Education Licensed teacher
EDU 547 Problems in English Grammar EDU 543
EDU 59001 Capstone Seminar Early Childhood Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59002 Capstone Seminar ESL Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59003 Capstone Seminar Higher Education Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59004 Capstone Seminar Instruc Strat Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59005 Capstone Seminar Reading Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59006 Capstone Seminar Tchr Leadership Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
EDU 59007 Capstone Seminar:TAG Completion of all courses in emphasis area (may take one area of emphasis course concurrently)
ENG 101 English Composition I ACT (verbal portion) of at least 18 or the completion of ENG 100 or successful performance on challenge examination
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 101
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 352 Best Sellers ENG 101
ES 114 Conservation of Natural Resources
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
ES 321 Building an Eco-Economy ES 100 or ES 161 or GEOG 100, or consent of instructor.
EXSS 170 Medical Terminology
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets ECON 161
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 343 Investments FIN 341
FIN 448 Options Futures and Derivatives FIN 341
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt
FIN 531 Financial Markets/Fin Strategy
FIN 551 Financial Data Analysis
GRAF 112 Introduction to Graphic Design
GRAF 280 Web Publishing and Social Media
GRAF 335 Publication Design At least one 100-level or 200-level art or graphic design course
HEA 511 Leadership & Governance:Higher Educ
HEA 556 Strat Dec Making/HE
HIST 100 World History to 1500
HIST 111 American History since 1877
HIST 374 Modern America, 1945-Present HIST 111
HSA 205 Intro to American Health Systems
HSA 241 Healthcare Informatics CS 102, HSA 205, Or consent of instructor
HSA 312 Community & Public Health HSA 205
HSA 362 Financial Mgmt of Hlth Serv Org ACCT 201, BA 210
HSA 490 Health Program Plan & Evaluation HSA 362
IS 360 IT Security and Risk Management IS 320
IS 410 IS Strategy/Mgmt/Acquisition BA 222, IS 320
IS 480 IS Senior Capstone CS 400, IS 320
IT 320 Web Systems CS 140, CS 213, CS 332
IT 348 Advanced Computer Networks IT 311
IT 360 Cmptr Forensics/Incident Response CS 206, CS 213, IT 311
IT 410 Information Assurance and Security CS 206, CS 213, IT 311
LA 298 Associate of Arts Capstone At least 45 credits toward the completion of the Associate of Arts Liberal Art Emphasis degree.
LA 498 Liberal Arts Capstone
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score = 19 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 107 College Algebra Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score > or equal to 21 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 115 Trig & Analytic Geometry Pass MATH 107 or ACT math score > or equal to 26 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Pass (MATH 105 or above) or ((pass MATH 095 or ACT math score ≥ 19) and pass MATH 100) or ACT math score ≥ 24 or an alternative placement as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MBA 500 Accounting & Finance Principles Graduate standing
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 363 Advertising and Integrated Mktg Com MKT 208 suggested, but not required for non-marketing majors
MKT 414 New Product Development MKT 208
MKT 451 Marketing Research Completion of all other marketing/business core requirements
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MUS 202 American Popular Music
NUR 301 Logic and Reasoning in Nursing ENG 102
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Admission to the nursing program
NUR 315 Professional Nursing Practice Admission to the nursing program
NUR 331 Complementary/Alternative HC
NUR 335 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care II NUR 325, Admission to the nursing program
NUR 340 Community Hlth Nursing NUR 335
NUR 400 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing MATH 220, Or equivalent of MATH 220, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt NUR 400, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 430 History of Nursing Admission to the university
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Senior status, 27 credits of the BSN curriculum, and 15 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II NUR 450
PA 306 Prin of Emergency Management
PA 346 Disaster Response and Recovery PA 332
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 430 Cases in Public Administration PA 364
PA 440 Public Budgeting Process
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation PA 501, Or permission of the program chair
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval PA 502, Or permission of the program chair
PA 504 Political Econ/Regulatory Policy:PA
PA 507 Ethics of Public Service
PA 515 Grant Writing & Contract Mgmt
PA 524 Ldrshp Issues/Critical Incidents
PA 537 HC Quality Assessment & Improvement
PA 545 Labor Rel/Confl Res:Public Sector
PA 564 Sem:St/Loc Govt Mgmt
PA 590 Research Seminar Completion of all core and area of emphasis courses or permission of the program director
PA 594 Internship Completion of courses in the emphasis area
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PHY 110 Introduction to Astronomy
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 212 Comparative Politics
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 362 The Legislative Process
PS 380 Congress and the Presidency
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 222 Devel Psychology:Young/Late Adult PSY 190
PSY 232 Group Dynamics
PSY 270 Human Sexuality
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 321 Death and Dying ENG 101
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 335 Biological Psychology PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 373 Research Methods SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 375 Methods in Human Services I SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 391 Social Work Practice I: Individuals
PSY 393 SW Prac III:Comm/Soc Inst
PSY 409 Psychology of Disaster PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 348 Sports Administration
SA 365 Ethical/Legal Issues in Sports Adm BA 302
SA 510 Managing Intercollegiate Athletics
SA 515 Sport Comm & Marketing
SA 530 Sport Leadership
SA 580 International Sport Mgmt
SA 590 Capstone Seminar Completion of all courses in the MSA program (may take one other course concurrently).
SE 310 Software Appl/Interface Design SE 300, CS 332
SE 348 Informatics/Knowledge Engineering MATH 303, SE 300, Or consent of instructor
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 334 Intro to Sociological Res Meth MATH 220
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 363 Social Stratification SOC 110
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SPED 469 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 EDU 110, SPED 304, SPED 467, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 567 Characteristics:Indiv/Disab PK-12
SPED 569 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 SPED 567
SPN 125 Intro Hispanic Culture & Society

Session 4 (03/15/2021 – 05/06/2021)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 322 Intermediate Financial Acctng II ACCT 321
ACCT 324 Federal Taxation II ACCT 323
ACCT 422 Cost Accounting ACCT 202
ACCT 432 Acctng for Not-For-Profit Orgztn ACCT 202
ACCT 533 Advanced Acctng Information Systems
ACCT 552 Forensic Accounting
ACCT 553 Advanced Managerial Accounting
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ART 212 Art History II
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 303 Business Law II BA 302 recommended
BA 325 New Venture Creation MKT 208, BA 210
BA 334 Social Entrepreneurship ECON 160, BA 210
BA 352 Risk Management
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II BA 256 or MATH 220 or instructor approval.
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 365 Leadership Theory BA 210, and BA 361 or permission of instructor
BA 371 Training and Development BA 361
BA 374 Business Communication ENG 102
BA 411 Labor Relations and Negotiation BA 210, BA 361
BA 423 Production/Operations Management BA 210, and BA 256 or MATH 220
BA 460 Strategic Management Senior standing and within 9 credit hours of program completion.
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 524 Managing in th International Envir
BA 526 International Law
BA 544 Organizational & Mgmt Theories
BA 546 Compensation & Benefits
BA 553 Organizational Development
BA 555 Organizational Culture
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
CJ 237 Criminal Law and Procedure CJ 224
CJ 321 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 110
CJ 337 Victimology SOC 110
CJ 365 Introduction to Policing CJ 224
CJ 380 Introduction to Corrections CJ 224
CJ 388 Comparative Study/Criminal Justice
CJ 499 Special Project SOC 110
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 308 Sports Writing and Reporting COMM 102
COMM 320 News Editing
COMM 352 Rhetoric and Public Culture COMM 105
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech
CS 122 IT Infrastructure CS 102
CS 213 Operating Systems CS 140, CS 206, MATH 115
CS 400 Project Mgmt & Integration Prerequisite: IS 320 or IT 320 or SE 310 or consent of instructor
CS 481 Senior Capstone II CS 480, and (IT 320 or SE 310)
ECE 456 Admin/Sprvsn:EC EDU 110, ECE 451, and admittance into the Teacher Education Program
ECE 501 Field Exp: Infant/Toddler
ECE 556 Admin/Sprvsn:EC ECE 451 or ECE 551
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
ECON 455 Economics of Health and Health Care ECON 160
ECON 493 Managerial Economics ECON 160, ECON 161
EDU 440 Methods/Curric:Gifted Educ PK-12 EDU 439, And admission to the Teacher Education Program or practicing teacher
EDU 442 Practicum:Gifted Programs EDU 539, EDU 541, And Admission to the Teacher Education Program, May be taken as a corequisite with EDU 440
EDU 448 Cltrl/Linguistic Diversity EDU 110, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
EDU 509 Prac: Elementary Reading EDU 507, EDU 585
EDU 510 Practicum:Secondary Reading EDU 507, EDU 585
EDU 512 Educational Research Methods
EDU 516 Best Prac:Res Based Tchg Strat
EDU 534 Instructional Coaching
EDU 540 Methods/Curr:Gifted Educ PK-12 EDU 539, Licensed teacher
EDU 542 Practicum:Gifted Programs EDU 539, EDU 541, Licensed teacher, May be taken as a co-requisite with EDU 540
EDU 548 Cltrl/Linguistic Diversity
EDU 585 Adv Instruc Issues/Meth:Rdg/LA EDU 507, May be taken concurrently with EDU 509 or EDU 510.
ENG 101 English Composition I ACT (verbal portion) of at least 18 or the completion of ENG 100 or successful performance on challenge examination
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 101
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 365 Women and Literature ENG 101
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 121 Dinosaurs
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
ES 321 Building an Eco-Economy ES 100 or ES 161 or GEOG 100, or consent of instructor.
FIN 288 Personal Financial Management
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets ECON 161
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 442 Intermediate Financial Management FIN 341
FIN 446 Bank Management FIN 341
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt
FIN 536 Derivatives and Risk Management
FIN 552 Investment Management
GRAF 235 Advertising Design
GRAF 334 History of Graphic Design ART 100, ART 211, ART 212 or GRAF 112
GRAF 355 Typography
GRAF 480 Senior Portfolio/Graphic Design
HEA 512 Finance/Budgeting:HE
HEA 558 Quality Improv/Accreditation
HIST 110 American History to 1877
HIST 355 Modern World History HIST 101
HSA 306 Long Term Care Administration HSA 205
HSA 344 Population Health Mgmt MATH 220 or HSA 241 or consent of instructor
HSA 360 Health Care Law and Ethics HSA 205
HSA 440 Health Services Administration BA 210
HSA 460 Health Services Policy/Regulation
IS 310 Systems Analysis & Design BA 222, CS 130, Or consent of instructor
IS 320 Enterprise Architecture BA 222, CS 332 (corequisite) and IS 310
IS 420 Enterprise Sys & Integration IS 320
IS 481 IS Senior Capstone II CS 400, IS 320, IS 480
IT 311 Networking CS 140, CS 213, MATH 115
IT 370 Network Management IT 311
IT 420 System Security and Risks CS 206, CS 213, IT 311
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score = 19 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 107 College Algebra Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score > or equal to 21 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Pass (MATH 105 or above) or ((pass MATH 095 or ACT math score ≥ 19) and pass MATH 100) or ACT math score ≥ 24 or an alternative placement as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 337 Personal Selling MKT 208, Junior Standing, Or permission of instructor
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Prerequisite for Marketing majors: MKT 208 or permission of instructor. Recommended for all majors: MKT 208 and PSY 190 or SOC 110 or permission of instructor.
MKT 424 Global Marketing MKT 358, And completion of all business core requirements
MKT 479 Branding MKT 208
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MUS 202 American Popular Music
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Admission to the nursing program
NUR 325 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care I Admission to the nursing program
NUR 340 Community Hlth Nursing NUR 335
NUR 400 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing MATH 220, Or equivalent of MATH 220, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt NUR 400, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 438 Our Image: The Image of Nursing Admission to the nursing program
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Senior status, 27 credits of the BSN curriculum, and 15 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II NUR 450
PA 305 Grant Writing ENG 102
PA 320 Political & Policy Bases of EM PS 100, PS 230, PA 306
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 404 Integrated Emergency Management PA 306
PA 414 Prin/Prac of Hazard Mitigation BA 210, PA 306
PA 445 Administrative Law
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation PA 501, Or permission of the program chair
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval PA 502, Or permission of the program chair
PA 505 Organizational Behavior
PA 509 Theories of Leadership
PA 511 Govt/NFP Fin Mgmt/Control
PA 522 Psych/Cltr of Terrorism
PA 530 Public Policy and Healthcare
PA 539 HC Info Tech Mgmt
PA 547 Volunteer Recruitment & Mgmt
PA 566 Econ Dev:Theory/Practice
PA 590 Research Seminar Completion of all core and area of emphasis courses or permission of the program director
PA 594 Internship Completion of courses in the emphasis area
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 368 Political Parties/Interest Groups PS 100, Or permission of instructor
PS 380 Congress and the Presidency
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 212 Devel Psychology:Birth to Adol PSY 190
PSY 221 Introduction to Human Services PSY 190
PSY 240 Conflict Resolution
PSY 260 Gender Roles SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 311 Psychology of Women PSY 190
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 373 Research Methods SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 383 Human Behavior:Social Environment SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 392 Social Work Prac II:Families/Groups
PSY 397 Social Gerontology PSY 190
PSY 445 Learning and Memory PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 401 International Sport Mgmt BA 210
SA 435 Governance/Policy in Sport Org BA 210
SA 501 Sport Administration
SA 503 Ethics in Sport
SA 520 Sport Finance
SA 570 Research Methods/Sport Admin
SA 582 Current Issues in Sport
SE 370 Big DP/Warehousing/Data Mining MATH 303, SE 300, Or consent of instructor
SE 410 Sftwr Test/Validation/Verification SE 310
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 304 Globalization
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 381 Political Sociology
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SOC 418 Applied Research Methods
SOC 491 Sociology Minor Portfolio Completion of (or current enrollment in) all courses required for the Sociology minor
SPED 473 Meth/Curr: Intellectual Disab SPED 304, SPED 467, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 573 Meth:Intellectual Disabilities K-12 SPED 567
SPED 578 Meth/Curr:M/Mod Disab PK-8 SPED 567
SPN 306 Culture and Society of Spain At least one prior social science or cultures course
THE 240 Oral Interpretation

Session 5 (05/17/2021 – 07/08/2021)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I ACCT 202
ACCT 322 Intermediate Financial Acctng II ACCT 321
ACCT 323 Federal Taxation I ACCT 202
ACCT 422 Cost Accounting ACCT 202
ACCT 425 Auditing ACCT 322
ACCT 431 Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT 322
ACCT 533 Advanced Acctng Information Systems
ACCT 547 Contemporary Topics/Financial Acctg Undergraduate degree in accounting or 30 semester credits of undergraduate accounting
ACCT 551 Taxation for Corporations
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ART 100 Introduction to Art
ART 372 Survey of American Art ART 100 or ART 211 or ART 212 or GRAF 112
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 256 Quantitative Analysis/Business I CS 102, recommended MATH 105 or permission of instructor
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 325 New Venture Creation MKT 208, BA 210
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II BA 256 or MATH 220 or instructor approval.
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 370 Entrepreneurship/Small Bus Mgmt BA 210
BA 383 Compensation/Benefits Management BA 361
BA 393 Personnel Selection & Evaluation BA 361
BA 423 Production/Operations Management BA 210, and BA 256 or MATH 220
BA 460 Strategic Management Senior standing and within 9 credit hours of program completion.
BA 474 Organizational Behavior PSY 190 or SOC 110
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 540 Labor/Management Relations
BA 548 Development & Management of HRM
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 567 Quality Mgmt/Productivity
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
CJ 224 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 315 Juvenile Justice CJ 224
CJ 333 Criminology SOC 110
CJ 362 Criminal Investigations CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 367 Ethics in Criminal Justice CJ 224 or CHEM 102
CJ 396 Community Corrections CJ 224
CJ 398 Justice Administration CJ 224
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 200 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 307 Business & Professional Comm COMM 105
COMM 332 Writing for Media COMM 102
COMM 334 Public Relations COMM 105 or COMM 200
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech
CS 122 IT Infrastructure CS 102
CS 130 Found/Information Systems CS 102
CS 140 Intro to Programming CS 122 or [(CS102 or EDU 252) and (MATH 115-220)]
CS 332 Databases & Information Mgmt CS 130, and (CS 213 or IS 310).
CS 342 Human Computer Interaction Junior status
CS 400 Project Mgmt & Integration Prerequisite: IS 320 or IT 320 or SE 310 or consent of instructor
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
ECON 466 Labor Economics ECON 160
ECON 488 Economics of International Trade ECON 161
EDU 232 Grammar Content for Teachers
EDU 441 Admin/Sprvsn:Gifted Programs EDU 439, And admission to the Teacher Education Program or practicing teacher
EDU 512 Educational Research Methods
EDU 524 Issues:Educ Psy/Learning
EDU 531 Tchg/Working:Multicltrl Setting
EDU 536 Classroom Curriculum Design
EDU 541 Admin/Supervision:Gifted Programs EDU 539, Licensed teacher
EDU 580 Best Prac/Literacy Intervention
ENG 101 English Composition I ACT (verbal portion) of at least 18 or the completion of ENG 100 or successful performance on challenge examination
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 101
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 352 Best Sellers ENG 101
ENG 365 Women and Literature ENG 101
ES 114 Conservation of Natural Resources
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
ES 220 Soil & Water Conservation
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets ECON 161
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 343 Investments FIN 341
FIN 444 New Venture Finance BA 325, ECON 160, ECON 161, FIN 341
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt
FIN 531 Financial Markets/Fin Strategy
FIN 551 Financial Data Analysis
GEOG 100 Intro to Physical Geography
GRAF 112 Introduction to Graphic Design
GRAF 319 Digital Video and Editing
GRAF 432 Digital Illustration At least one 100-level or 200-level art or graphic design course
HEA 504 Student Affairs Practice/HE
HEA 511 Leadership & Governance:Higher Educ
HIST 101 World History 1500-
HIST 111 American History since 1877
HSA 205 Intro to American Health Systems
HSA 241 Healthcare Informatics CS 102, HSA 205, Or consent of instructor
HSA 362 Financial Mgmt of Hlth Serv Org ACCT 201, BA 210
HSA 490 Health Program Plan & Evaluation HSA 362
LA 298 Associate of Arts Capstone At least 45 credits toward the completion of the Associate of Arts Liberal Art Emphasis degree.
LA 498 Liberal Arts Capstone
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score = 19 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 107 College Algebra Pass MATH 095 or ACT math score > or equal to 21 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval.
MATH 115 Trig & Analytic Geometry Pass MATH 107 or ACT math score > or equal to 26 or an alternative placement mechanism as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Pass (MATH 105 or above) or ((pass MATH 095 or ACT math score ≥ 19) and pass MATH 100) or ACT math score ≥ 24 or an alternative placement as approved by the math department or instructor approval
MBA 500 Accounting & Finance Principles Graduate standing
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 315 Sales Management MKT 208, BA 210, Or permission of instructor
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Prerequisite for Marketing majors: MKT 208 or permission of instructor. Recommended for all majors: MKT 208 and PSY 190 or SOC 110 or permission of instructor.
MKT 414 New Product Development MKT 208
MKT 451 Marketing Research Completion of all other marketing/business core requirements
MKT 459 Contemporary Topics/Marketing
MKT 489 Social Media Marketing MKT 208
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MKT 522 Global Marketing
MUS 202 American Popular Music
NUR 301 Logic and Reasoning in Nursing ENG 102
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Admission to the nursing program
NUR 315 Professional Nursing Practice Admission to the nursing program
NUR 325 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care I Admission to the nursing program
NUR 331 Complementary/Alternative HC
NUR 335 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care II NUR 325, Admission to the nursing program
NUR 340 Community Hlth Nursing NUR 335
NUR 400 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing MATH 220, Or equivalent of MATH 220, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt NUR 400, And admission to the Nursing Program
NUR 432 Honoring Self-Care:Mind, Body, Spir Admission to the nursing program
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Senior status, 27 credits of the BSN curriculum, and 15 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II NUR 450
PA 306 Prin of Emergency Management
PA 332 Emergency Preparedness & Planning PA 306, PA 320
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 371 Urban Management
PA 440 Public Budgeting Process
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation PA 501, Or permission of the program chair
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval PA 502, Or permission of the program chair
PA 504 Political Econ/Regulatory Policy:PA
PA 515 Grant Writing & Contract Mgmt
PA 532 Human Res Mgmt/Public Org
PA 536 Healthcare Law & Ethics
PA 546 NFP Mktg & Public Affairs Advocacy
PA 548 Advanced Issues/Public Management
PA 590 Research Seminar Completion of all core and area of emphasis courses or permission of the program director
PA 594 Internship Completion of courses in the emphasis area
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PHY 110 Introduction to Astronomy
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 211 International Relations
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 411 American Constitutional Law I
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 270 Human Sexuality
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 321 Death and Dying ENG 101
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 335 Biological Psychology PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 340 Industrial Psychology PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 373 Research Methods SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 375 Methods in Human Services I SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 393 SW Prac III:Comm/Soc Inst
PSY 409 Psychology of Disaster PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through UIU
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 348 Sports Administration
SA 521 Mgmt/Perf Analytics:Sports
SA 525 Sport Law & Contract Negotiation
SA 575 Sport Facilities Mgmt
SA 590 Capstone Seminar Completion of all courses in the MSA program (may take one other course concurrently).
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 334 Intro to Sociological Res Meth MATH 220
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SOC 392 Sociological Theory Junior status and nine credits of sociology
SPED 475 Meth/Curr:Mild/Moderate Disab 5-12 EDU 110, SPED 304, SPED 467, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 477 Career & Vocational Programming EDU 110, SPED 304, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 559 Home/School/Community Relations
SPED 565 Methods/Curriculum: BD PK-12
SPED 575 Meth/Curric:Mild/Moderate Dis 5-12 SPED 567
SPED 577 Career & Vocational Programming
SPN 125 Intro Hispanic Culture & Society

Semester Long Summer (05/17/2021 – 08/19/2021)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
CNSL 509 Theories of Counseling Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 510 Ethical, Legal & Prof Issues in Cns Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 515 Lifespan Human Growth & Dev Admission to MSC degree program
CNSL 520 Research & Program Evaluation Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 540 Multicultural Counseling CNSL 509, CNSL 510, CNSL 554
CNSL 543 Career Counseling Admission to MSC degree program or consent of program chair
CNSL 552 Group Work CNSL 554, CNSL 570
CNSL 554 Intro/Counseling Techniques
CNSL 570 Adv Counseling Techniques CNSL 509, CNSL 554
CNSL 571 Crisis Intervention Counseling CNSL 509, CNSL 554, CNSL 570
CNSL 590 Practicum in Counseling The appropriate specialty course CNSL 581 or CNSL 583, CNSL 509, CNSL 552, CNSL 554, CNSL 570, minimum of 36 credit hours of course work completed in the degree program, and approved practicum application
CNSL 591 Supervision in Counseling CNSL 590

Session 6 (07/12/2021 – 08/19/2021)

Course # & Title Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II ACCT 201
ACCT 432 Acctng for Not-For-Profit Orgztn ACCT 202
ACCT 552 Forensic Accounting
ACCT 553 Advanced Managerial Accounting
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology
ART 100 Introduction to Art
BA 210 Management Principles
BA 222 Management Information Systems BA 210
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
BA 317 International Management BA 210, and general education cultures requirement
BA 325 New Venture Creation MKT 208, BA 210
BA 334 Social Entrepreneurship ECON 160, BA 210
BA 361 Human Resources Management BA 210
BA 362 Supervision BA 210, BA 361
BA 365 Leadership Theory BA 210, and BA 361 or permission of instructor
BA 371 Training and Development BA 361
BA 374 Business Communication ENG 102
BA 393 Personnel Selection & Evaluation BA 361
BA 411 Labor Relations and Negotiation BA 210, BA 361
BA 454 Management Cases BA 361, BA 423, and completion of all management-business core requirements.
BA 474 Organizational Behavior PSY 190 or SOC 110
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics
BA 509 Theories of Leadership
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy
BA 520 Training and Development
BA 524 Managing in th International Envir
BA 544 Organizational & Mgmt Theories
BA 546 Compensation & Benefits
BA 553 Organizational Development
BA 555 Organizational Culture
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention
BA 570 Team Building Techniques
BA 590 Research Seminar All core requirements and only 6 required credit hours or less remaining in the program.
BIO 100 General Biological Sci
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition
CJ 237 Criminal Law and Procedure CJ 224
CJ 321 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 110
CJ 337 Victimology SOC 110
CJ 365 Introduction to Policing CJ 224
CJ 380 Introduction to Corrections CJ 224
COMM 105 Public Speaking
COMM 220 Principles of Interviewing
COMM 286 Radio Production
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 160
EDU 519 Teaching with Technology
EDU 526 Selective Methods
EDU 531 Tchg/Working:Multicltrl Setting
EDU 581 Admin/Literacy Programs
ENG 290 The Movies
ENG 352 Best Sellers ENG 101
ES 117 Natural Disasters
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets ECON 161
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management ECON 161, ACCT 202, Or permission of instructor
FIN 552 Investment Management
GEOG 200 World Regional Geography
GRAF 218 Digital Photography and Editing
GRAF 480 Senior Portfolio/Graphic Design
HEA 508 Ethical/Legal Issues for Admin
HIST 110 American History to 1877
HSA 344 Population Health Mgmt MATH 220 or HSA 241 or consent of instructor
HSA 360 Health Care Law and Ethics HSA 205
HSA 440 Health Services Administration BA 210
HSA 460 Health Services Policy/Regulation
MBA 500 Accounting & Finance Principles Graduate standing
MBA 501 Managerial Communication
MKT 208 Marketing Principles
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Prerequisite for Marketing majors: MKT 208 or permission of instructor. Recommended for all majors: MKT 208 and PSY 190 or SOC 110 or permission of instructor.
MKT 424 Global Marketing MKT 358, And completion of all business core requirements
MKT 459 Contemporary Topics/Marketing
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt
MUS 202 American Popular Music
NUR 315 Professional Nursing Practice Admission to the nursing program
NUR 352 Exploring Transcultural Nursing Admission to the nursing program or permission of the nursing chair
NUR 430 History of Nursing Admission to the university
NUR 432 Honoring Self-Care:Mind, Body, Spir Admission to the nursing program
NUR 434 Introduction to Global Health Admission to the nursing program
NUR 436 Understanding Nursing Thry Admission to the nursing program
NUR 438 Our Image: The Image of Nursing Admission to the nursing program
NUR 442 Understanding Healthcare Policy Admission to the nursing program
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II NUR 450
PA 305 Grant Writing ENG 102
PA 346 Disaster Response and Recovery PA 332
PA 364 Public Administration
PA 430 Cases in Public Administration PA 364
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM ENG 102, And 30 or fewer credits remaining to be completed through Upper Iowa University
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin
PA 504 Political Econ/Regulatory Policy:PA
PA 507 Ethics of Public Service
PA 511 Govt/NFP Fin Mgmt/Control
PA 534 Healthcare Economics
PA 541 Nonprofit Philanthropy/Fundraising
PA 555 Crit Infrastruc:Vuln An/Protection
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics
PS 100 U. S. Government
PS 222 Introduction to Political Society
PS 230 State and Local Government
PS 362 The Legislative Process
PS 412 American Constitutional Law II
PSY 190 General Psychology
PSY 212 Devel Psychology:Birth to Adol PSY 190
PSY 260 Gender Roles SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 302 Substance Abuse SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 310 Social Psychology SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 323 Cognition PSY 190
PSY 332 Personality PSY 190
PSY 338 Motivation PSY 190
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof PSY 190
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology PSY 190
PSY 383 Human Behavior:Social Environment SOC 110 or PSY 190
PSY 397 Social Gerontology PSY 190
PSY 445 Learning and Memory PSY 190
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions PSY 190
REL 120 Intro to World Religions
SA 401 International Sport Mgmt BA 210
SA 510 Managing Intercollegiate Athletics
SA 515 Sport Comm & Marketing
SA 530 Sport Leadership
SA 570 Research Methods/Sport Admin
SA 580 International Sport Mgmt
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology
SOC 220 Social Problems
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States
SOC 304 Globalization
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control SOC 110
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family SOC 110
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies SOC 110
SPED 468 Coordination of Occupational Prog SPED 304, SPED 477, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 469 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 EDU 110, SPED 304, SPED 467, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 477 Career & Vocational Programming EDU 110, SPED 304, And admittance to the Teacher Education Program
SPED 559 Home/School/Community Relations
SPED 562 Individual Behavior/Classroom Mgmt
SPED 568 Coordination of Occupational Prog SPED 577
SPED 569 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 SPED 567
SPED 577 Career & Vocational Programming
SPN 306 Culture and Society of Spain At least one prior social science or cultures course

2020-2021 Academic Year

Course # & Title Sessions
1 2 3 4 5 6 Other
ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I Yes Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 322 Intermediate Financial Acctng II Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 323 Federal Taxation I Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 324 Federal Taxation II Yes Yes
ACCT 422 Cost Accounting Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 425 Auditing Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 431 Advanced Financial Accounting Yes Yes
ACCT 432 Acctng for Not-For-Profit Orgztn Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 533 Advanced Acctng Information Systems Yes Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 547 Contemporary Topics/Financial Acctg Yes Yes
ACCT 551 Taxation for Corporations Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 552 Forensic Accounting Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 553 Advanced Managerial Accounting Yes Yes Yes
ACCT 554 Governmental and Not-For-Profit Acc Yes Yes
ANTH 110 Cultural Anthropology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ANTH 310 Political Anthropology Yes
ART 100 Introduction to Art Yes Yes Yes Yes
ART 110 Drawing Yes
ART 211 Art History I Yes
ART 212 Art History II Yes
ART 372 Survey of American Art Yes
BA 210 Management Principles Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 222 Management Information Systems Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 256 Quantitative Analysis/Business I Yes Yes Yes
BA 302 Business Law and Ethics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 303 Business Law II Yes
BA 317 International Management Yes Yes Yes
BA 325 New Venture Creation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 334 Social Entrepreneurship Yes Yes Yes
BA 352 Risk Management Yes Yes
BA 356 Quantitative Analysis/Bus II Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 361 Human Resources Management Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 362 Supervision Yes Yes
BA 365 Leadership Theory Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 370 Entrepreneurship/Small Bus Mgmt Yes Yes
BA 371 Training and Development Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 374 Business Communication Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 383 Compensation/Benefits Management Yes Yes Yes
BA 393 Personnel Selection & Evaluation Yes Yes Yes
BA 411 Labor Relations and Negotiation Yes Yes Yes
BA 423 Production/Operations Management Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 445 Contemporary Topics in Management Yes
BA 454 Management Cases Yes Yes
BA 460 Strategic Management Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 474 Organizational Behavior Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 506 Org Strategy/Econ Change Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 508 Curr Issues:Corp Law/Ethics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 509 Theories of Leadership Yes Yes
BA 511 Corp Entr/Sustainabiliy Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 520 Training and Development Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 524 Managing in th International Envir Yes Yes Yes
BA 526 International Law Yes Yes
BA 540 Labor/Management Relations Yes Yes Yes
BA 544 Organizational & Mgmt Theories Yes Yes Yes
BA 546 Compensation & Benefits Yes Yes Yes
BA 548 Development & Management of HRM Yes Yes Yes
BA 553 Organizational Development Yes Yes Yes
BA 555 Organizational Culture Yes Yes Yes
BA 560 Org Diagnosis and Intervention Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 567 Quality Mgmt/Productivity Yes
BA 570 Team Building Techniques Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BA 576 Global Supply Chain Mgmt Yes
BA 586 Global Business Strategy Yes
BA 590 Research Seminar Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BIO 100 General Biological Sci Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BIO 165 Human Biology & Nutrition Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BIO 190 Intro Biological Evolution Yes
CJ 224 Introduction to Criminal Justice Yes Yes Yes
CJ 237 Criminal Law and Procedure Yes Yes Yes
CJ 315 Juvenile Justice Yes Yes Yes
CJ 321 Juvenile Delinquency Yes Yes Yes
CJ 333 Criminology Yes Yes Yes
CJ 337 Victimology Yes Yes Yes
CJ 362 Criminal Investigations Yes Yes Yes
CJ 365 Introduction to Policing Yes Yes Yes
CJ 367 Ethics in Criminal Justice Yes Yes Yes
CJ 380 Introduction to Corrections Yes Yes Yes
CJ 388 Comparative Study/Criminal Justice Yes
CJ 396 Community Corrections Yes
CJ 398 Justice Administration Yes Yes Yes
CJ 426 Institutional Corrections Yes
CJ 428 Offender Treatment Yes Yes
CJ 499 Special Project Yes Yes
CNSL 509 Theories of Counseling
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 510 Ethical, Legal & Prof Issues in Cns
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 515 Lifespan Human Growth & Dev
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 520 Research & Program Evaluation
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 540 Multicultural Counseling
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 543 Career Counseling
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 552 Group Work
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 554 Intro/Counseling Techniques
Semester Long Fall
08/31/2012/17/20
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 570 Adv Counseling Techniques
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 571 Crisis Intervention Counseling
Semester Long Spring
01/11/2105/06/21
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 590 Practicum in Counseling
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
CNSL 591 Supervision in Counseling
Semester Long Summer
05/17/2108/19/21
COMM 102 Intro to Mass Media Yes
COMM 105 Public Speaking Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
COMM 107 Human Communication Yes
COMM 200 Interpersonal Communication Yes Yes Yes
COMM 203 Communication Theory Yes
COMM 220 Principles of Interviewing Yes Yes
COMM 221 Intercultural Communication Yes
COMM 276 Intro to Television Production Yes
COMM 286 Radio Production Yes
COMM 307 Business & Professional Comm Yes
COMM 308 Sports Writing and Reporting Yes
COMM 310 Feature Writing Yes
COMM 320 News Editing Yes
COMM 326 New & Experimental Media Yes
COMM 332 Writing for Media Yes
COMM 334 Public Relations Yes Yes
COMM 352 Rhetoric and Public Culture Yes
COMM 390 Research Methods/Comm Yes
COMM 415 Communication and Media Ethics Yes
COMM 498 Senior Seminar Yes
CS 102 Intro Cmptr Appl & Tech Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
CS 122 IT Infrastructure Yes Yes Yes Yes
CS 130 Found/Information Systems Yes Yes Yes
CS 140 Intro to Programming Yes Yes
CS 206 Computer Architecture Yes Yes
CS 213 Operating Systems Yes
CS 332 Databases & Information Mgmt Yes Yes Yes
CS 342 Human Computer Interaction Yes Yes
CS 400 Project Mgmt & Integration Yes Yes Yes
CS 480 Senior Capstone I Yes Yes Yes
CS 481 Senior Capstone II Yes Yes
ECE 223 Hlth/Safety/Nutrition:Early Childhd Yes
ECE 451 Intro to Early Childhood Yes
ECE 452 Observation/Assessment:EC Yes
ECE 455 Methods & Curriculum:EC Yes
ECE 456 Admin/Sprvsn:EC Yes
ECE 501 Field Exp: Infant/Toddler Yes
ECE 502 Field Exp Prekindergarten Yes
ECE 523 Hlth/Safety/Nutrition in EC Yes
ECE 551 Intro to Early Childhood Yes
ECE 552 Observation/Assessment:EC Yes
ECE 556 Admin/Sprvsn:EC Yes
ECE 557 Methods/Curriculum:EC Yes
ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ECON 212 Agricultural Economics Yes
ECON 455 Economics of Health and Health Care Yes Yes
ECON 466 Labor Economics Yes
ECON 488 Economics of International Trade Yes Yes
ECON 493 Managerial Economics Yes Yes
EDU 232 Grammar Content for Teachers Yes Yes
EDU 253 Math for Elem & Middle Sch Teachers Yes
EDU 428 Middle School Curriculum Design Yes
EDU 435 Middle School Growth/Development Yes
EDU 439 Introduction to Gifted Education Yes
EDU 440 Methods/Curric:Gifted Educ PK-12 Yes
EDU 441 Admin/Sprvsn:Gifted Programs Yes
EDU 442 Practicum:Gifted Programs Yes
EDU 443 Concepts of English Yes
EDU 444 Curr/Methods:ESL Yes
EDU 446 Practicum in ESL Yes
EDU 447 Problems in English Grammar Yes
EDU 448 Cltrl/Linguistic Diversity Yes
EDU 507 Diagnostic Assessment Prac:Rdg/LA Yes
EDU 509 Prac: Elementary Reading Yes Yes
EDU 510 Practicum:Secondary Reading Yes Yes
EDU 512 Educational Research Methods Yes Yes Yes Yes
EDU 516 Best Prac:Res Based Tchg Strat Yes
EDU 519 Teaching with Technology Yes
EDU 520 Middle Sch Curriculum, Dsgn,Strat Yes
EDU 521 Middle School Growth/Dev/Mgmt Yes
EDU 522 Assessment for Learning Yes
EDU 524 Issues:Educ Psy/Learning Yes
EDU 525 Content Area Literacy Yes
EDU 526 Selective Methods Yes
EDU 531 Tchg/Working:Multicltrl Setting Yes Yes Yes Yes
EDU 532 Professional Learning Communities Yes
EDU 534 Instructional Coaching Yes
EDU 536 Classroom Curriculum Design Yes
EDU 538 Educational Policy Seminar Yes
EDU 539 Intro to Gifted Education Yes
EDU 540 Methods/Curr:Gifted Educ PK-12 Yes
EDU 541 Admin/Supervision:Gifted Programs Yes
EDU 542 Practicum:Gifted Programs Yes
EDU 543 Concepts of English Yes
EDU 544 Curr/Methods:ESL Yes
EDU 545 Language Acquisition Yes
EDU 546 Practicum in ESL Yes
EDU 547 Problems in English Grammar Yes
EDU 548 Cltrl/Linguistic Diversity Yes
EDU 553 CAFE Workshop Yes
EDU 555 Daily 5 and CAFE Yes
EDU 580 Best Prac/Literacy Intervention Yes
EDU 581 Admin/Literacy Programs Yes
EDU 585 Adv Instruc Issues/Meth:Rdg/LA Yes
EDU 589 Rdg Spec/Literacy Coaching Intern Yes
EDU 59001 Capstone Seminar Early Childhood Yes Yes
EDU 59002 Capstone Seminar ESL Yes Yes
EDU 59003 Capstone Seminar Higher Education Yes Yes
EDU 59004 Capstone Seminar Instruc Strat Yes Yes
EDU 59005 Capstone Seminar Reading Yes Yes
EDU 59006 Capstone Seminar Tchr Leadership Yes Yes
EDU 59007 Capstone Seminar:TAG Yes Yes
ENG 101 English Composition I Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ENG 102 English Composition II Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ENG 290 The Movies Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ENG 352 Best Sellers Yes Yes Yes Yes
ENG 365 Women and Literature Yes Yes Yes
ES 114 Conservation of Natural Resources Yes Yes Yes
ES 117 Natural Disasters Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ES 121 Dinosaurs Yes Yes
ES 161 Intro to Environmental Science Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ES 220 Soil & Water Conservation Yes
ES 321 Building an Eco-Economy Yes Yes Yes
EXSS 10022 Walking for Fitness Yes
EXSS 170 Medical Terminology Yes
FIN 288 Personal Financial Management Yes Yes
FIN 310 Money and Capital Markets Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
FIN 343 Investments Yes Yes Yes
FIN 442 Intermediate Financial Management Yes Yes
FIN 444 New Venture Finance Yes Yes
FIN 446 Bank Management Yes Yes
FIN 448 Options Futures and Derivatives Yes Yes
FIN 513 Financial Mgmt Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
FIN 531 Financial Markets/Fin Strategy Yes Yes Yes
FIN 536 Derivatives and Risk Management Yes Yes
FIN 551 Financial Data Analysis Yes Yes
FIN 552 Investment Management Yes Yes Yes
GEOG 100 Intro to Physical Geography Yes Yes
GEOG 200 World Regional Geography Yes
GEOG 356 Intro to Geographic Information Sys Yes
GRAF 112 Introduction to Graphic Design Yes Yes Yes
GRAF 218 Digital Photography and Editing Yes Yes
GRAF 235 Advertising Design Yes Yes
GRAF 280 Web Publishing and Social Media Yes Yes
GRAF 319 Digital Video and Editing Yes
GRAF 332 Digital Imaging Yes
GRAF 334 History of Graphic Design Yes
GRAF 335 Publication Design Yes
GRAF 355 Typography Yes Yes
GRAF 432 Digital Illustration Yes
GRAF 442 Digital Animation Yes
GRAF 480 Senior Portfolio/Graphic Design Yes Yes Yes
HEA 504 Student Affairs Practice/HE Yes
HEA 508 Ethical/Legal Issues for Admin Yes
HEA 509 Student Development Theory Yes
HEA 511 Leadership & Governance:Higher Educ Yes Yes
HEA 512 Finance/Budgeting:HE Yes
HEA 521 Politics in Higher Education Yes
HEA 556 Strat Dec Making/HE Yes
HEA 558 Quality Improv/Accreditation Yes
HIST 100 World History to 1500 Yes Yes
HIST 101 World History 1500- Yes
HIST 110 American History to 1877 Yes Yes Yes
HIST 111 American History since 1877 Yes Yes
HIST 302 Modern East Asia Yes
HIST 355 Modern World History Yes
HIST 371 New Nation, 1787-1848 Yes
HIST 374 Modern America, 1945-Present Yes
HIST 496 Senior Thesis Yes
HSA 205 Intro to American Health Systems Yes Yes Yes Yes
HSA 241 Healthcare Informatics Yes Yes Yes
HSA 306 Long Term Care Administration Yes Yes
HSA 312 Community & Public Health Yes
HSA 344 Population Health Mgmt Yes Yes Yes
HSA 360 Health Care Law and Ethics Yes Yes Yes Yes
HSA 362 Financial Mgmt of Hlth Serv Org Yes Yes Yes
HSA 440 Health Services Administration Yes Yes Yes
HSA 460 Health Services Policy/Regulation Yes Yes Yes
HSA 490 Health Program Plan & Evaluation Yes Yes Yes
IS 310 Systems Analysis & Design Yes Yes
IS 320 Enterprise Architecture Yes Yes
IS 348 Business Process Mgmt Yes
IS 360 IT Security and Risk Management Yes
IS 370 IT Audit and Controls Yes
IS 410 IS Strategy/Mgmt/Acquisition Yes Yes
IS 420 Enterprise Sys & Integration Yes
IS 480 IS Senior Capstone Yes Yes
IS 481 IS Senior Capstone II Yes Yes
IT 311 Networking Yes Yes
IT 320 Web Systems Yes Yes
IT 348 Advanced Computer Networks Yes
IT 360 Cmptr Forensics/Incident Response Yes
IT 370 Network Management Yes
IT 410 Information Assurance and Security Yes Yes
IT 420 System Security and Risks Yes
LA 298 Associate of Arts Capstone Yes Yes Yes
LA 498 Liberal Arts Capstone Yes Yes
MATH 105 College Mathematics/Applications Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MATH 107 College Algebra Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MATH 115 Trig & Analytic Geometry Yes Yes Yes
MATH 215 Multivariable Calculus Yes
MATH 220 Elementary Statistics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MBA 500 Accounting & Finance Principles Yes Yes Yes Yes
MBA 501 Managerial Communication Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MKT 208 Marketing Principles Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MKT 315 Sales Management Yes
MKT 337 Personal Selling Yes
MKT 358 Consumer Behavior Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MKT 363 Advertising and Integrated Mktg Com Yes Yes
MKT 414 New Product Development Yes Yes
MKT 424 Global Marketing Yes Yes Yes
MKT 451 Marketing Research Yes Yes Yes
MKT 459 Contemporary Topics/Marketing Yes Yes Yes
MKT 479 Branding Yes Yes
MKT 489 Social Media Marketing Yes Yes
MKT 504 Mktg/Product Mgmt Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MKT 522 Global Marketing Yes Yes
MUS 202 American Popular Music Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 301 Logic and Reasoning in Nursing Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 305 Professional Comm for Nurses Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 315 Professional Nursing Practice Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 325 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care I Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 331 Complementary/Alternative HC Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 335 Integrated Conc/Nursing Care II Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 340 Community Hlth Nursing Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 352 Exploring Transcultural Nursing Yes
NUR 400 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 420 Nursing Leadership & Mgmt Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 430 History of Nursing Yes Yes Yes
NUR 432 Honoring Self-Care:Mind, Body, Spir Yes Yes Yes
NUR 434 Introduction to Global Health Yes Yes
NUR 436 Understanding Nursing Thry Yes
NUR 438 Our Image: The Image of Nursing Yes Yes Yes
NUR 442 Understanding Healthcare Policy Yes
NUR 446 Prin Fiscal Resource Mgmt Yes
NUR 450 Nursing Concepts Capstone I Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NUR 455 Nursing Concepts Capstone II Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 305 Grant Writing Yes Yes Yes
PA 306 Prin of Emergency Management Yes Yes Yes
PA 320 Political & Policy Bases of EM Yes Yes
PA 332 Emergency Preparedness & Planning Yes Yes
PA 346 Disaster Response and Recovery Yes Yes
PA 364 Public Administration Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 371 Urban Management Yes Yes
PA 404 Integrated Emergency Management Yes
PA 414 Prin/Prac of Hazard Mitigation Yes
PA 430 Cases in Public Administration Yes Yes Yes
PA 440 Public Budgeting Process Yes Yes Yes
PA 445 Administrative Law Yes Yes
PA 49801 Senior Project Public Admin Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 49802 Senior Project EDM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 500 Writing for Public Administrators Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 501 Graduate Survey of Public Admin Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 502 Intro/Program Evaluation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 503 Program Eval:Implem & Eval Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 504 Political Econ/Regulatory Policy:PA Yes Yes Yes
PA 505 Organizational Behavior Yes Yes
PA 507 Ethics of Public Service Yes Yes Yes
PA 508 Terrorism and Politics Yes
PA 509 Theories of Leadership Yes
PA 511 Govt/NFP Fin Mgmt/Control Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 515 Grant Writing & Contract Mgmt Yes Yes
PA 522 Psych/Cltr of Terrorism Yes
PA 523 Emerg Mgmt/Homeland Secur/Publ Pol Yes
PA 524 Ldrshp Issues/Critical Incidents Yes Yes
PA 530 Public Policy and Healthcare Yes Yes
PA 531 Intro to Healthcare Systems Yes
PA 532 Human Res Mgmt/Public Org Yes
PA 534 Healthcare Economics Yes
PA 536 Healthcare Law & Ethics Yes
PA 537 HC Quality Assessment & Improvement Yes
PA 539 HC Info Tech Mgmt Yes
PA 541 Nonprofit Philanthropy/Fundraising Yes Yes
PA 544 Productivity Improvement/Govt Yes
PA 545 Labor Rel/Confl Res:Public Sector Yes
PA 546 NFP Mktg & Public Affairs Advocacy Yes
PA 547 Volunteer Recruitment & Mgmt Yes
PA 548 Advanced Issues/Public Management Yes
PA 555 Crit Infrastruc:Vuln An/Protection Yes
PA 562 Sem:Federalism/Intergovt Relations Yes
PA 563 Administrative Law Yes
PA 564 Sem:St/Loc Govt Mgmt Yes
PA 566 Econ Dev:Theory/Practice Yes Yes
PA 567 Board Governance/Strategic Mgmt Yes
PA 590 Research Seminar Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PA 594 Internship Yes Yes Yes Yes
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PHIL 202 Contemporary Ethics Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PHY 110 Introduction to Astronomy Yes Yes Yes
PS 100 U. S. Government Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PS 211 International Relations Yes Yes
PS 212 Comparative Politics Yes
PS 222 Introduction to Political Society Yes
PS 230 State and Local Government Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PS 362 The Legislative Process Yes Yes
PS 368 Political Parties/Interest Groups Yes Yes
PS 380 Congress and the Presidency Yes Yes Yes
PS 411 American Constitutional Law I Yes
PS 412 American Constitutional Law II Yes
PSY 190 General Psychology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 212 Devel Psychology:Birth to Adol Yes Yes Yes
PSY 221 Introduction to Human Services Yes Yes
PSY 222 Devel Psychology:Young/Late Adult Yes Yes
PSY 232 Group Dynamics Yes
PSY 240 Conflict Resolution Yes Yes
PSY 260 Gender Roles Yes Yes Yes
PSY 270 Human Sexuality Yes Yes Yes
PSY 302 Substance Abuse Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 310 Social Psychology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 311 Psychology of Women Yes Yes
PSY 321 Death and Dying Yes Yes Yes
PSY 323 Cognition Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 332 Personality Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 335 Biological Psychology Yes Yes Yes
PSY 338 Motivation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 340 Industrial Psychology Yes
PSY 355 Skills/Strategies in Helping Prof Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 360 Abnormal Psychology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 373 Research Methods Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 375 Methods in Human Services I Yes Yes Yes
PSY 383 Human Behavior:Social Environment Yes Yes Yes
PSY 391 Social Work Practice I: Individuals Yes Yes
PSY 392 Social Work Prac II:Families/Groups Yes Yes
PSY 393 SW Prac III:Comm/Soc Inst Yes Yes
PSY 397 Social Gerontology Yes Yes Yes
PSY 409 Psychology of Disaster Yes Yes Yes
PSY 445 Learning and Memory Yes Yes Yes
PSY 454 Issues/Ethics:Helping Professions Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 49801 Senior Project Psychology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 49802 Senior Project Human Services Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PSY 49803 Senior Project Social Science Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
REL 120 Intro to World Religions Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SA 348 Sports Administration Yes Yes
SA 363 Sport Marketing Yes
SA 365 Ethical/Legal Issues in Sports Adm Yes
SA 371 Planning Facilities/Phys Activity Yes
SA 401 International Sport Mgmt Yes Yes
SA 435 Governance/Policy in Sport Org Yes
SA 501 Sport Administration Yes Yes
SA 503 Ethics in Sport Yes Yes
SA 510 Managing Intercollegiate Athletics Yes Yes
SA 515 Sport Comm & Marketing Yes Yes
SA 520 Sport Finance Yes Yes
SA 521 Mgmt/Perf Analytics:Sports Yes
SA 525 Sport Law & Contract Negotiation Yes Yes
SA 530 Sport Leadership Yes Yes
SA 535 Sport Psychology Yes
SA 570 Research Methods/Sport Admin Yes Yes Yes
SA 575 Sport Facilities Mgmt Yes Yes
SA 580 International Sport Mgmt Yes Yes
SA 582 Current Issues in Sport Yes Yes
SA 590 Capstone Seminar Yes Yes Yes
SE 200 Advanced Cmptr Programming Yes
SE 300 Data Structure & Algorithms Yes
SE 310 Software Appl/Interface Design Yes
SE 348 Informatics/Knowledge Engineering Yes
SE 370 Big DP/Warehousing/Data Mining Yes
SE 410 Sftwr Test/Validation/Verification Yes
SOC 110 Principles of Sociology Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 220 Social Problems Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 240 Diversity in the United States Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 304 Globalization Yes Yes
SOC 334 Intro to Sociological Res Meth Yes Yes Yes
SOC 347 Deviance and Social Control Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 361 Marriage and the Family Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 363 Social Stratification Yes
SOC 381 Political Sociology Yes Yes
SOC 384 Social Welfare Programs/Policies Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SOC 392 Sociological Theory Yes Yes
SOC 418 Applied Research Methods Yes
SOC 491 Sociology Minor Portfolio Yes
SOC 498 Senior Project Yes
SPED 468 Coordination of Occupational Prog Yes
SPED 469 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 Yes Yes
SPED 473 Meth/Curr: Intellectual Disab Yes Yes
SPED 475 Meth/Curr:Mild/Moderate Disab 5-12 Yes
SPED 477 Career & Vocational Programming Yes Yes Yes
SPED 559 Home/School/Community Relations Yes Yes
SPED 562 Individual Behavior/Classroom Mgmt Yes
SPED 565 Methods/Curriculum: BD PK-12 Yes Yes
SPED 567 Characteristics:Indiv/Disab PK-12 Yes Yes
SPED 568 Coordination of Occupational Prog Yes
SPED 569 Meth/Curr:Lrng Disab K-12 Yes Yes
SPED 573 Meth:Intellectual Disabilities K-12 Yes Yes
SPED 575 Meth/Curric:Mild/Moderate Dis 5-12 Yes
SPED 577 Career & Vocational Programming Yes Yes Yes
SPED 578 Meth/Curr:M/Mod Disab PK-8 Yes
SPN 125 Intro Hispanic Culture & Society Yes Yes Yes
SPN 306 Culture and Society of Spain Yes Yes Yes
THE 240 Oral Interpretation Yes

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