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The following courses will be offered Winter Semester 2017:

  • BIO 100 Section 021 Principles of Biology Info
    Introductory course for general education students.
    Jamie L. Jensen
    TBA
  • BIO 100 Section 022 Principles of Biology Info
    Introductory course for general education students.
    Jamie L. Jensen
    TBA
  • BIO 100 Section 023 Principles of Biology Info
    Introductory course for general education students.
    Jamie L. Jensen
    TBA
  • BUSM 260 Section 002 Intro Global Supply Chain Mgt Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Also discusses the global production of goods and services, which is operations management. Topics include process design, quality assurance, purchasing, inventory management, and more.
    Note: This course requires that students attend at least five in-person sessions to be held 2:00pm - 3:15pm, Monday and Wednesday in room W240 TNRB. For more details contact Professor Greathead.
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 494R Section 001 On-campus Experiential Project Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Also discusses the global production of goods and services, which is operations management. Topics include process design, quality assurance, purchasing, inventory management, and more.
    Roger McCarty
    TBA
  • BUSM 494R Section 002 On-campus Experiential Project Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Also discusses the global production of goods and services, which is operations management. Topics include process design, quality assurance, purchasing, inventory management, and more.
    Roger McCarty
    TBA
  • CHEM 105 Section 039 General College Chemisty Info
    Atomic and molecular structure including bonding and periodic properties of the elements; reaction energetics, electrochemistry, acids and bases, inorganic and organic chemistry.
    PREREQUISITE: Math 110 (or equivalent) or concurrent enrollment.
    John Lamb
    TBA
  • COMMS 300 Section 005 Media Ethics, Law, and Responsibility Info
    Introduction to First Amendment history and press freedom, law, and theory; media regulation and policy; relationship between law and ethics; key ethical issues in professional communications.

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    Ed Carter
    Andy Cupp & Lindsey Trendler
  • COMMS 411 Section 002 Media Effects Info
    Effects resulting from the interaction between media and members of society. Approaches may include self-image, sterotypes, violence, and other social constructs and behaviors involving media consumption.

    PREREQUISITE: Major or minor status.

    Kevin John
    TBD
  • CPSE 402 Section 006 Educ Stdnts with Disablts in ScEd Info
    Issues, policies, and methods in teaching secondary students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Lab.
    PREREQUISITE: Sc Ed 350 or concurrent enrollment; Sc Ed 276R or comparable major course; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
    Heidi Nelson
    TBA
  • CS 462 Section 002 Distributed System Design Info
    Principles and concepts of designing and building distributed systems. Introduction to architectures for distributed computation. Reliability, availability, and scalability of large applications. Cloud computing and APIs.
    PREREQUISITE: C S 340 & C S 360
    Phil Windley
    TBA
  • ELED 203 Section 006 Foundations of Multicultural Ed Info
    Cultural identities in family life, physical attributes, culture, and language. Recognizing prejudice in individuals and institutions. Culturally and linguistically relevant pedagogical frameworks.
    PREREQUISITE: Major status.

    Online sessions held Thursdays 8:00AM - 10:50AM — Viewing instructions for online sessions are found in the course.

    Ramona Cutri
    Carli Aramaki
  • ENGL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    On-the-job training.
    PREREQUISITE: Consent of cooperative education coordinator. Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • EXSC 221 Section 002 Exercise Science Info
    A comprehensive study of the science of wellness of the whole individual. The science of wellness draws principles from exercise sciences, biological sciences, behavioral and social sciences. The research from psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) supports specifically the holistic wellness paradigm whose focus is that every aspect of each human being, the body, mind and spirit, are involved in all wellness activities and all wellness activities affect the whole individual. Students will discover this new paradigm and experience the blending of the sciences to support the integrated nature of our being.
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    Allen Parcell
    Sean Pickard
    Erik Hunsaker
    Joel Buss
    Figgs Hofheins
    Tyler Freshour
  • EXSC 302 Section 001 Philosophical and Ethical Issues Info
    Philosophical and ethical issues common to exercise sciences majors. Concept of mind, body, spirit.
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    Barbara Lockhart
    TBD
  • EXSC 302 Section 002 Philosophical and Ethical Issues Info
    Philosophical and ethical issues common to exercise sciences majors. Concept of mind, body, spirit.
    Download Syllabus
    Barbara Lockhart
    TBD
  • EXSC 302 Section 003 Philosophical and Ethical Issues Info
    Philosophical and ethical issues common to exercise sciences majors. Concept of mind, body, spirit.
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    Barbara Lockhart
    TBD
  • EXSC 362 Section 002 Kinesiology and Biomechanics Info
    Students will demonstrate how to apply physical laws to human performance. Included physical laws deal with: Linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, fluid mechanics, and tissue mechanics.
    More information
    Iian Hunter
  • EXSC 362 Section 003 Kinesiology and Biomechanics Info
    Students will demonstrate how to apply physical laws to human performance. Included physical laws deal with: Linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, fluid mechanics, and tissue mechanics.
    More information
    Iian Hunter
  • EXSC 362 Section 004 Kinesiology and Biomechanics Info
    Students will demonstrate how to apply physical laws to human performance. Included physical laws deal with: Linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, fluid mechanics, and tissue mechanics.
    More information
    Iian Hunter
  • EXSC 362 Section 005 Kinesiology and Biomechanics Info
    Students will demonstrate how to apply physical laws to human performance. Included physical laws deal with: Linear and angular motion, projectile motion, forces, impulse and momentum, fluid mechanics, and tissue mechanics.
    More information
    Iian Hunter
  • EXSC 387 Section 003 Chronic Disease Prevention Info
    Current scientific evidence demonstrating how lifestyle affects disease processes. Healthy lifestyle concepts specifically needed by wellness professionals, health educators, and health promotion practitioners; influence of unhealthy lifestyle as basis for chronic diseases, i.e., cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes.
    Ron Hager
  • EXSC 410 Section 001 Kinesiology & Biomechanics Info
    Teaches students the basic principles, theories, and relaxation techniques to effectively manage personal stress. Students gain a greater understanding of the mind-body relationship, learn to employ a holistic approach to stress, and adopt effective cognitive, coping, and relaxation techniques. Ultimately, students experience a more effective approach to optimal lifelong health.
    Course syllabus
    Bruce Bailey
  • EXSC 410 Section 002 Kinesiology & Biomechanics Info
    Teaches students the basic principles, theories, and relaxation techniques to effectively manage personal stress. Students gain a greater understanding of the mind-body relationship, learn to employ a holistic approach to stress, and adopt effective cognitive, coping, and relaxation techniques. Ultimately, students experience a more effective approach to optimal lifelong health.
    Course syllabus
    Bruce Bailey
  • GERM 201 Section 001 Second-year German part 1 Info
    Listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and culture.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 102 or equivalent.
    Cindy Brewer
    No TA for this course.
  • GERM 201 Section 002 Second-year German part 1 Info
    Listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and culture.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 102 or equivalent.
    Cindy Brewer
    No TA for this course.
  • GERM 201 Section 003 N Second-year German part 1 Info
    Note: Section 005 is for Study Abroad and requries department approval for registration. Listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and culture.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 102 or equivalent.
    Cindy Brewer
    No TA for this course.
  • GERM 202 Section 001 Second-year German part 2 Info
    Culminating course for Languages of Learning requirement emphasizing culture and literature. Continued writing, grammar, listening, and speaking.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 201 or equivalent.
    Cindy Brewer
    No TA for this course.
  • GERM 202 Section 002 N Second-year German part 2 Info
    Culminating course for Languages of Learning requirement emphasizing culture and literature. Continued writing, grammar, listening, and speaking.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 201 or equivalent.
    Cindy Brewer
    No TA for this course.
  • GERM 200R Section 001 2nd Yr Proficiency Tutorial Info
    Individualized skill building in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.
    PREREQUISITE: Germ 102 or equivalent.
    Michelle James
  • GERM 300R Section 001 3rd Yr Proficiency Tutorial Info
    Individualized skill building in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.
    PREREQUISITE: Germ 202 or equivalent.
    Michelle James
  • GERM 400R Section 001 4th-Yr Proficiency Tutorial Info
    Individualized skill building in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar. Completed senior portfolio reviewed, final proficiency exam administered.

    PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in Germ 401.
    Michelle James
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 396R Section 001 Human Leadership and Professional Development Info
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
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    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 002 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
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    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 003 Academic Internship Info
    Practical, on-campus (not in the field) projects in which education is directly applied to real-world solutions for companies and other organizations. Students apply and are accepted to work on specific projects based on their skills, interests, and major emphasis.
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    Sherami Jara
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 494R Section 001 On-campus Experiential Project Info
    The function of the physiological systems and their responses to acute and chronic exercise.
    PREREQUISITE: PDBIO 305; or PDBIO 362
    Pat Vehrs
  • HLTH 335 Section 002 Health Behavior Change Info

    Blended courses replace face-to-face time with online coursework.
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
    Download Syllabus
    Josh West
    Jessica Wilkinson
  • HLTH 335 Section 004 Health Behavior Change Info
    Understanding health behavior change theories for individuals and populations. Practical application of related models and theories.
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    Josh West
    Shelby Wilkinson
  • IHUM 201 Section 018 Western Humanities 1 Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
    Download Syllabus
    Lisa Halverson
    TBA
  • IHUM 202 Section 014 Western Humanities Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
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    Diane Cales
    Sarah Bonney
  • IP&T 286 Section 001 Educational Technology Integration 1 Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Jessie Welsh
    TBA
  • IP&T 286 Section 002 Educational Technology Integration 1 Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Jessie Welsh
    TBA
  • IP&T 286 Section 003 Educational Technology Integration 1 Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Enoch Hunsaker
    TBA
  • IP&T 286 Section 005 Educational Technology Integration 1 Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 286 Section 006 Teaching in Online and Blended Learning Environments Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 001 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 002 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Kyle Clements
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 003 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Jimmy Hernandez
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 004 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Alyssa Huber
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 005 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 444 Section 001 Educational Technology Integration 2 (Online Pilot) Info
    Integrating instructional technology into K-6 instructional strategies.
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    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 444 Section 004 Educational Technology Integration 2 (Online Pilot) Info
    Integrating instructional technology into K-6 instructional strategies.
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    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IS 110 Section 001 Spreadsheets and Bus Analysis Info
    Basic spreadsheet skills focusing on features in MS Excel such as basic functions, logic and reference functions, statistical functions, what-if analysis, and charting to solve complex business problems. No technical background is necessary.
    Example Syllabus
    Lara Burton
    TBA
  • IS 110 Section 002 Spreadsheets and Bus Analysis Info
    Basic spreadsheet skills focusing on features in MS Excel such as basic functions, logic and reference functions, statistical functions, what-if analysis, and charting to solve complex business problems. No technical background is necessary.
    Example Syllabus
    Lara Burton
    TBA
  • MCOM 320 Section 034 Communication in Organization Settings Info
    Developing written and oral communications for professional organizations, including composing and designing employment communications. Incorporates oral presentations.
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    Crickett Willardsen
    Ann Thorpe
  • NDFS 100 Section 009 Essentials of Nutrition Info
    Food-oriented study of nutritional facts and principles as a basis for dietary choices; consequences of choices; scientifically examining controversial topics.
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    Sarah Bellini
    Joy Phillips
  • PDBIO 120 Section 009 Science of Biology Info
    General biology course designed for biological science majors, emphasizing the scientific method, cell theory, biochemical unity, the central dogma, bioenergetics, reproduction, and evolutionary theory.
    Download Syllabus
    David Kooyman
    Matthew Young
  • PDBIO 210 Section 002 Human Anantomy Info
    Structure and function of the human body. Virtual lab experience included.
    Download Syllabus
    Michael Stark
    Mikele Stephenson and Marshall Miner
  • PSYCH 111 Section 012 General Psychology Info
    Basic course in modern scientific psychology.
    Download Syllabus
    Jessica Scott
  • REL A 212 Section 014 The New Testament Info
    Historical background, narrative, and doctrines of the New Testament. Covers the Acts of the Apostles through the Revelation of John.
    Download Syllabus
    Thomas Wayment
    Lynn Mulkern
  • REL C 324 Section 028 The Doctrine and Covenants Info
    Origin, content, and teachings of the Doctrine and Covenants. Covers Sections 1 through 76.
    Download Syllabus
    Craig Manscill
    Joseph Mohrman
  • REL C 333 Section 016 The Living Prophets Info
    Doctrines, administration, backgrounds, and current teachings of the living prophets, seers, and revelators.
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    Robert Freeman
    Alan Hickey
  • SFL 260 Section 007 Family Finance Info
    Introduction to time value of money, budgeting, saving, credit, taxes, housing, insurance, and investing emphasizing practical application in the home.
    Note: The video is with the former professor, but is still a good introduction to the course.
    Download Syllabus
    David Alsop
    TBD
  • SOC 111 Section 007 Introductory Sociology Info
    Social group influence; social interaction, processes, organization, and change; family, religion, government, population, culture, race relations.
    Download Syllabus
    Alice Lapray
    Jared Poff
  • STAT 121 Section 034 Principles of Statistics Info
    Graphical displays and numerical summaries, data collection methods, probability, sampling distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing involving one or two means and proportions, contingency tables, correlation and simple linear regression.
    Download Syllabus
    Lynne Nielsen
    TBA
  • STDEV 150 Section 017 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
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    Stephanie Freeman
    No TA for this course.
  • STDEV 150 Section 018 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
    Download Syllabus
    Wilkinson, Ron
    No TA for this course.

The following courses will be offered "Sprummer" 2017:

  • ENGL 399R Section 007 Academic Internship Info
    On-the-job training.
    PREREQUISITE: Consent of cooperative education coordinator. Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 002 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
    Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • STAT 121 Section 011 Principles of Statistics Info
    Graphical displays and numerical summaries, data collection methods, probability, sampling distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing involving one or two means and proportions, contingency tables, correlation and simple linear regression.
    Download Syllabus
    Carly Pendleton

The following courses will be offered Spring Term 2017:

  • CS 462 Section 001 Distributed System Design Info
    Principles and concepts of designing and building distributed systems. Introduction to architectures for distributed computation. Reliability, availability, and scalability of large applications. Cloud computing and APIs.
    PREREQUISITE: C S 340 & C S 360
    Phil Windley
    TBA
  • CFM 411 Section 001 Pre Construction Services Info
    Managing preconstruction services including: Building Information Modeling (BIM), competitive bidding strategies, bid analysis, document management, site work, quantity takeoff, and cost estimation.
    PREREQUISITE: CFM 155
    Kevin Miller
    TBA
  • COMMS 300 Section 001 Media Ethics, Law, and Responsibility Info
    Introduction to First Amendment history and press freedom, law, and theory; media regulation and policy; relationship between law and ethics; key ethical issues in professional communications.

    Download Syllabus
    Ed Carter
    Andy Cupp & Lindsey Trendler
  • CPSE 402 Section 006 Educ Stdnts with Disablts in ScEd Info
    Issues, policies, and methods in teaching secondary students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Lab.
    PREREQUISITE: Sc Ed 350 or concurrent enrollment; Sc Ed 276R or comparable major course; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
    Heidi Nelson
    TBA
  • CPSE 402 Section 001 Educ Stdnts with Disablts in ScEd Info
    Issues, policies, and methods in teaching secondary students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Lab.
    PREREQUISITE: Sc Ed 350 or concurrent enrollment; Sc Ed 276R or comparable major course; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
    Heidi Nelson
    TBA
  • ENGL 316 Technical Communication Section 009 Academic Internship Info
    Effective processes of written, oral, and visual technical communication, including collaborative processes. Writing for academic and professional audiences.
    Jon Balzotti
    TBA
  • ENGL 399R Section 006 Academic Internship Info
    On-the-job training.
    PREREQUISITE: Consent of cooperative education coordinator. Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • EXSC 221 Section 001 Exercise Science Info
    A comprehensive study of the science of wellness of the whole individual. The science of wellness draws principles from exercise sciences, biological sciences, behavioral and social sciences. The research from psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) supports specifically the holistic wellness paradigm whose focus is that every aspect of each human being, the body, mind and spirit, are involved in all wellness activities and all wellness activities affect the whole individual. Students will discover this new paradigm and experience the blending of the sciences to support the integrated nature of our being.
    Download Syllabus
    Ron Hager
    Sean Pickard
    Erik Hunsaker
    Joel Buss
    Figgs Hofheins
    Tyler Freshour
  • EXSC 302 Section 001 Philosophical and Ethical Issues Info
    Philosophical and ethical issues common to exercise sciences majors. Concept of mind, body, spirit.
    Download Syllabus
    Barbara Lockhart
    TBD
  • GERM 201 Section 001 Second-year German part 1 Info
    Listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and culture.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 102 or equivalent.
    Carrie Cox
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 396R Section 001 Human Leadership and Professional Development Info
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
    Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HLTH 335 Section 002 Health Behavior Change Info

    Blended courses replace face-to-face time with online coursework.
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
    Download Syllabus
    Josh West
    Jessica Wilkinson
  • IHUM 201 Section 004 Western Humanities 1 Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
    Download Syllabus
    Michael Call
    TBA
  • IHUM 202 Section 006 Western Humanities Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
    Download Syllabus
    Diane Cales
    Sarah Bonney
  • IP&T 286 Section 001 Educational Technology Integration 1 Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 334 Section 001 Educational Technology Integration 1 (Online Pilot) Info
    Using instructional design, visual design, and differentiated staffing principles along with multimedia authoring systems, telecommunication, and other computer-based tools in the development of educational applications for secondary education settings.
    Heather Leary
    TBA
  • NDFS 100 Section 003 Essentials of Nutrition Info
    Food-oriented study of nutritional facts and principles as a basis for dietary choices; consequences of choices; scientifically examining controversial topics.
    Download Syllabus
    Rickelle Richards
    Danielle Conlon
    Sangji Lee
    Raquelle Weight
  • PDBIO 120 Section 003 Science of Biology Info
    General biology course designed for biological science majors, emphasizing the scientific method, cell theory, biochemical unity, the central dogma, bioenergetics, reproduction, and evolutionary theory.
    Download Syllabus
    David Kooyman
    Cole Martin
  • PSYCH 111 Section 004 General Psychology Info
    Basic course in modern scientific psychology.
    Download Syllabus
    Jessica Scott
  • REL C 324 Section 007 The Doctrine and Covenants Info
    Origin, content, and teachings of the Doctrine and Covenants. Covers Sections 1 through 76.
    Download Syllabus
    Craig Manscill
    Tanner Manscill
  • SFL 160 Section 003 Introduction to Family Processes Info
    Ways of strengthening family life by understanding such family processes as generations, emotions, communication, and rituals.
    Download Syllabus
    Jennifer Julian
    TBD
  • SFL 260 Section 003 Family Finance Info
    Introduction to time value of money, budgeting, saving, credit, taxes, housing, insurance, and investing emphasizing practical application in the home.
    Note: The video is with the former professor, but is still a good introduction to the course.
    Download Syllabus
    David Alsop
    TBD
  • SOC 111 Section 002 Introductory Sociology Info
    Social group influence; social interaction, processes, organization, and change; family, religion, government, population, culture, race relations.
    Download Syllabus
    Alice Lapray
    Jared Poff

The following courses will be offered Summer Semester 2017:

  • ENGL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    On-the-job training.
    PREREQUISITE: Consent of cooperative education coordinator. Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • EXSC 221 Section 001 Exercise Science Info
    A comprehensive study of the science of wellness of the whole individual. The science of wellness draws principles from exercise sciences, biological sciences, behavioral and social sciences. The research from psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) supports specifically the holistic wellness paradigm whose focus is that every aspect of each human being, the body, mind and spirit, are involved in all wellness activities and all wellness activities affect the whole individual. Students will discover this new paradigm and experience the blending of the sciences to support the integrated nature of our being.
    Download Syllabus
    Ron Hager
    Sean Pickard
    Erik Hunsaker
    Joel Buss
    Figgs Hofheins
    Tyler Freshour
  • GERM 202 Section 001 Second-year German part 2 Info
    Culminating course for Languages of Learning requirement emphasizing culture and literature. Continued writing, grammar, listening, and speaking.

    PREREQUISITE: C grade or better in Germ 201 or equivalent.
    Carrie Cox
    No TA for this course.
  • HLTH 335 Section 001 Health Behavior Change Info
    Understanding health behavior change theories for individuals and populations. Practical application of related models and theories.
    Download Syllabus
    Josh West
    Jessica Wilkinson
  • IHUM 101 Section 003 Introduction to the Humanities Info
    Study of the arts emphasizing forms and relationships, the development of critical skills, and an awareness of traditional humanistic values.
    Lauri Haddock
    TBA
  • IHUM 201 Section 002 Western Humanities 1 Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
    Download Syllabus
    Lisa Halverson
    TBA
  • IHUM 202 Section 002 Western Humanities Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
    Download Syllabus
    Rob Colson
    Lisa Raymond
  • PSYCH 111 Section 005 General Psychology Info
    Basic course in modern scientific psychology.
    Download Syllabus
    Jessica Scott
    Leann McGraw
  • PDBIO 120 Section 002 Science of Biology Info
    General biology course designed for biological science majors, emphasizing the scientific method, cell theory, biochemical unity, the central dogma, bioenergetics, reproduction, and evolutionary theory.
    Download Syllabus
    David Kooyman
    Cole Martin
  • STDEV 150 Section 002 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
    Download Syllabus
    Stephanie Freeman
    No TA for this course.

The following courses will be offered Fall Semester 2017:

  • ACC 200 Section 001 Principles of Accounting Info
    Financial and managerial accounting principles. Basic accounting statements, processes, and management applications. Open to all students.
    Note: Meets in person 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM on Friday in 140 JSB
    Melissa Larson
    TBA
  • ACC 200 Section 002 Principles of Accounting Info
    Financial and managerial accounting principles. Basic accounting statements, processes, and management applications. Open to all students.
    Note: Meets in person 2:00 - 3:15 on Thursday in 140 JSB
    Melissa Larson
    TBA
  • BIO 100 Section 010 Principles of Biology Info
    Introductory course for general education students.
    Jamie L. Jensen
    TBA
  • BIO 100 Section 011 Principles of Biology Info
    Introductory course for general education students.
    Jamie L. Jensen
    TBA
  • CFM 411 Section 001 Pre Construction Services Info
    Managing preconstruction services including: Building Information Modeling (BIM), competitive bidding strategies, bid analysis, document management, site work, quantity takeoff, and cost estimation.
    PREREQUISITE: CFM 155
    Kevin Miller
    TBA
  • CHEM 105 Section 057 General College Chemisty Info
    Atomic and molecular structure including bonding and periodic properties of the elements; reaction energetics, electrochemistry, acids and bases, inorganic and organic chemistry.
    PREREQUISITE: Math 110 (or equivalent) or concurrent enrollment.
    John Lamb
    TBA
  • COMMS 300 Section 004 Media Ethics, Law, and Responsibility Info
    Introduction to First Amendment history and press freedom, law, and theory; media regulation and policy; relationship between law and ethics; key ethical issues in professional communications.

    Ed Carter
    Andy Cupp & Lindsey Trendler
  • COMMS 411 Section 001 Media Effects Info
    Effects resulting from the interaction between media and members of society. Approaches may include self-image, sterotypes, violence, and other social constructs and behaviors involving media consumption.

    PREREQUISITE: Major or minor status.

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    Kevin John
    TBD
  • BUSM 200 Section 001 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 002 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 003 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 004 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 005 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 006 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 007 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 008 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 009 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 010 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time:
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 011 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: M at 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 012 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 013 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time: W at 5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • BUSM 200 Section 014 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Management (Blended) Info
    Introduces global supply chain management: how firms work with other firms, often foreign firms, to deliver value to customers. Topics include supply chain strategy, sourcing, supplier management, logistics, and quality management.
    Note: This is a 1st block class.
    Required meeting time:
    Simon Greathead
    TBA
  • CPSE 402 Section 001 Educ Stdnts with Disablts in ScEd Info
    Issues, policies, and methods in teaching secondary students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Lab.
    PREREQUISITE: Sc Ed 350 or concurrent enrollment; Sc Ed 276R or comparable major course; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
    Ryan Kellems
    TBA
  • CPSE 402 Section 002 Educ Stdnts with Disablts in ScEd Info
    Issues, policies, and methods in teaching secondary students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Lab.
    PREREQUISITE: Sc Ed 350 or concurrent enrollment; Sc Ed 276R or comparable major course; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
    Heidi Nelson
    TBA
  • ELED 203 Section 004 Foundations of Multicultural Ed Info
    Cultural identities in family life, physical attributes, culture, and language. Recognizing prejudice in individuals and institutions. Culturally and linguistically relevant pedagogical frameworks.
    PREREQUISITE: Major status.

    Online sessions held Tuesdays 8:00AM - 10:50AM — Viewing instructions for online sessions are found in the course.

    Ramona Cutri
    Carli Aramaki
  • ENGL 316 Section 001 Technical Communication Info
    Effective processes of written, oral, and visual technical communication, including collaborative processes. Writing for academic and professional audiences.
    PREREQUISITE: First-year writing, junior or senior status.
    Jon Balzotti
    TBA
  • ENGL 316 Section 002 Technical Communication Info
    Effective processes of written, oral, and visual technical communication, including collaborative processes. Writing for academic and professional audiences.
    PREREQUISITE: First-year writing, junior or senior status.
    Jon Balzotti
    TBA
  • ENGL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    On-the-job training.
    PREREQUISITE: Consent of cooperative education coordinator. Download Syllabus
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • EXSC 221 Section 001 Exercise Science Info
    A comprehensive study of the science of wellness of the whole individual. The science of wellness draws principles from exercise sciences, biological sciences, behavioral and social sciences. The research from psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) supports specifically the holistic wellness paradigm whose focus is that every aspect of each human being, the body, mind and spirit, are involved in all wellness activities and all wellness activities affect the whole individual. Students will discover this new paradigm and experience the blending of the sciences to support the integrated nature of our being.
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    Ron Hager
    Sean Pickard
    Erik Hunsaker
    Joel Buss
    Figgs Hofheins
    Tyler Freshour
  • EXSC 302 Section 002 Philosophical and Ethical Issues Info
    Philosophical and ethical issues common to exercise sciences majors. Concept of mind, body, spirit.
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    Allen Parcell
    TBD
  • HCOLL 396R Section 002 Human Leadership and Professional Development Info
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 001 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
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    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HCOLL 399R Section 002 Academic Internship Info
    Internship experience. Implement, enhance, and master the professional competencies introduced during the internship prep course (HCOLL 396R).
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    Danny Damron
    No TA for this course.
  • HLTH 335 Section 002 Health Behavior Change Info

    Blended courses replace face-to-face time with online coursework.
    Orientation on building leadership and professional competencies including cultural competence, professional relationships, project management, and effective teams, communication, and data use.
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    Josh West
  • IHUM 101 Section 012 Introduction to the Humanities Info
    Study of the arts emphasizing forms and relationships, the development of critical skills, and an awareness of traditional humanistic values.
    Kathryn Isaak
    TBA
  • IHUM 201 Section 019 Western Humanities 1 Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
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    Natalie Nielsen
    TBA
  • IHUM 202 Section 010 Western Humanities Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
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    Diane Cales
  • IHUM 202 Section 013 Western Humanities Info
    Western civilization from Renaissance to present from perspective of traditional humanistic values reflected in its arts and ideas. Examines fundamental questions about human experience, formative events in history, and value of important literary and artistic texts.
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    Lisa Halverson
    TBA
  • IHUM 240 Section 003 Intro to Humanities of Asia Info
    Major arts of Asian cultures in their historical, religious, and philosophical settings. Download Syllabus
    Francesca Lawson
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 001 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 002 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 003 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 004 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 005 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 006 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 007 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 371 Section 008 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Rick West
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 001 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 002 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 003 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 004 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 1 (Blended) Info
    Teaching majors will learn ideas and skills for integrating technology effectively into their teaching in areas of Internet communication, multimedia development, mobile learning, and Web 2.0 tools for teaching.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 005 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to effectively integrate technology into real-world classroom and school settings.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 006 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to effectively integrate technology into real-world classroom and school settings.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 007 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to effectively integrate technology into real-world classroom and school settings.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 372 Section 008 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to effectively integrate technology into real-world classroom and school settings.
    Royce Kimmons
    TBA
  • IP&T 373 Section 001 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will explore foundational concepts related to online/blended learning and will learn to plan, develop, and facilitate learning in these environments. Students will also learn how personalized learning software is used in K-12 education.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 373 Section 002 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will explore foundational concepts related to online/blended learning and will learn to plan, develop, and facilitate learning in these environments. Students will also learn how personalized learning software is used in K-12 education.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 373 Section 003 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will explore foundational concepts related to online/blended learning and will learn to plan, develop, and facilitate learning in these environments. Students will also learn how personalized learning software is used in K-12 education.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 373 Section 004 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will explore foundational concepts related to online/blended learning and will learn to plan, develop, and facilitate learning in these environments. Students will also learn how personalized learning software is used in K-12 education.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • IP&T 373 Section 005 Integrating K-12 Educational Technology 2 Info
    Students will explore foundational concepts related to online/blended learning and will learn to plan, develop, and facilitate learning in these environments. Students will also learn how personalized learning software is used in K-12 education.
    Charles Graham
    TBA
  • KOREA 101 Section 002 First-year Korean Part 1 Info
    Han'gul, the phonetic system, basic grammar and vocabulary, discourse, reading, and culture.
    Julie Damron
    TBA
  • MCOM 320 Section 029 Communication in Organization Settings Info
    Developing written and oral communications for professional organizations, including composing and designing employment communications. Incorporates oral presentations.
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    Crickett Willardsen
    TBD
  • NDFS 100 Section 008 Essentials of Nutrition Info
    Food-oriented study of nutritional facts and principles as a basis for dietary choices; consequences of choices; scientifically examining controversial topics.
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    Sarah Bellini
    Danielle Conlon
  • ORG B 320 Section 001 Organizational Effectiveness Info
    Theories and concepts for creating effective organizations, e.g., individual, group, and organizational processes and human resource functions, including selection, compensation, and performance management.
    Robb Jensen
    Nick Kieren
  • PDBIO 120 Section 007 Science of Biology Info
    General biology course designed for biological science majors, emphasizing the scientific method, cell theory, biochemical unity, the central dogma, bioenergetics, reproduction, and evolutionary theory.
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    David Kooyman
    Matthew Young
  • PDBIO 210 Section 001 Human Anantomy Info
    Structure and function of the human body. Virtual lab experience included.
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    Michael Stark
    Marshall Miner
  • PSYCH 111 Section 008 General Psychology Info
    Basic course in modern scientific psychology.
    Download Syllabus
    Jessica Scott
  • PSYCH 307 Section 008 Writing within Psychology Info
    Processes of research-oriented writing and presentation for psychology majors.
    PREREQUISITE: PSYCH 101 & PSYCH 111 & WRTG 150; or equivalents
    Julia Haupt
    TBA
  • REL A 212 Section 011 The New Testament Info
    Historical background, narrative, and doctrines of the New Testament. Covers the Acts of the Apostles through the Revelation of John.
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    Thomas Wayment
    Lynn Mulkern and Bailey Lundberg
  • REL C 324 Section 023 The Doctrine and Covenants Info
    Origin, content, and teachings of the Doctrine and Covenants. Covers Sections 1 through 76.
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    Craig Manscill
    Tanner Manscill
  • REL C 333 Section 011 The Living Prophets Info
    Doctrines, administration, backgrounds, and current teachings of the living prophets, seers, and revelators.
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    Robert Freeman
    Alan Hickey
  • SFL 160 Section 004 Introduction to Family Processes Info
    Ways of strengthening family life by understanding such family processes as generations, emotions, communication, and rituals.
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    Jennifer Julian
    TBD
  • SFL 260 Section 008 Family Finance Info
    Introduction to time value of money, budgeting, saving, credit, taxes, housing, insurance, and investing emphasizing practical application in the home.
    Note: The video is with the former professor, but is still a good introduction to the course.
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    David Alsop
    TBD
  • SOC 111 Section 004 Introductory Sociology Info
    Social group influence; social interaction, processes, organization, and change; family, religion, government, population, culture, race relations.
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    Alice Lapray
    Jared Poff
  • STAT 121 Section 001 Principles of Statistics Info
    Graphical displays and numerical summaries, data collection methods, probability, sampling distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing involving one or two means and proportions, contingency tables, correlation and simple linear regression.
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    Carly Pendleton
    TBA
  • STDEV 150 Section 017 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
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    Stephanie Freeman
    No TA for this course.
  • STDEV 150 Section 018 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
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    Stephanie Freeman
    No TA for this course.
  • STDEV 150 Section 019 Public Speaking Info
    Principles and methods of public speaking; speaking experiences.
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    Wilkinson, Ron
    No TA for this course.
  • TMA 102 Section 011 Introduction to Film Info
    Analytical studies for understanding and appreciating media forms and messages, as well as basic history, theory, and aesthetics. Lab required.
    Carly Pendleton
    TBA
  • WRTG 150 Section 133 Writing and Rhetoric Info
    Processes of writing, reading, and research with an emphasis on argumentation and rhetorical analysis.
    Brian Jackson
    TBA
  • WRTG 150 Section 134 Writing and Rhetoric Info
    Processes of writing, reading, and research with an emphasis on argumentation and rhetorical analysis.
    Brian Jackson
    TBA

Note: Syllabi do not necessarily represent the exact copy of the syllabus to be used for any course.