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Summer 2015 Courses

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Course Name (credits)


Professor

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Gen. Ed. Requirement


ACCT 141

Financial Accounting (3)

Kathleen Johnston


ATED 203 Medical Terminology and Topics (2) Wendy Cheesman

BIBL 201 Encountering the Bible (3) 
Emerson Powery Knowledge of the Bible

BIBL 203 Encountering the Old Testament (3) Brian Smith Knowledge of the Bible

BUSA 120 Principles of Management (3) Michael Zigarelli

BUSA 305/ENGL 305 Writing for Business (3) (W) Christopher Markley Writing-enriched

CHEM 106

General Chemistry II* (4)

Prerequisite: CHEM 105

Alison Noble

CIS 180 Introduction to Computer and Information Science (3) Gene Rohrbaugh Mathematical Sciences

CIS 181 Computer Programming I (3) David Owen Mathematical Sciences

CIS 190 Strategic Use of Information Technology (3) Bev Motich

COMM 105 Fundamentals of Oral Communication (3) Brooke Dunbar
Communication

ECON 120
Principles of Macroeconomics
To Be Determined


EDUC 356 Moral Education  (3) (W) Milton Gaither Ethics, Writing-enriched

ENGL 122 Introduction to Poetry (3) David Walters
Literature

HDFS 361

Introduction to Child Life (2)

Prerequisite: HDFS/PSYC 310 and concurrent registration with HDFS 362

Joan McGeary

HDFS 362

Introduction to Child Life (1)

Requires concurrent registration with HDFS 361

Joan McGeary

HIST 141 U.S. History Survey to 1865 (3) Cathay Snyder History

HPED 329 Sport in Society (3) Steven King Pluralism

IDCR 151 Created and Called for Community (3) Timothy Ferret Created and Called

IDST 300 Stress & Health (3) Jennifer Thomson

Science, Tech., and the World


IDST 300

Genetics & Society (3)

Jim Makowski

Science, Tech., and the World


MATH 211

Calculus III (4)

Prerequisite:  MATH 112

To Be Determined


MATH 308

Differential Equations (3)

Prerequisite: MATH 211

Doug Phillippy

MUGE 101 Fundamentals of Music Theory (3) Todd Goranson Arts

MUGE 218 Music Through Guitar (3) Randy Zwally Arts

MUMH 305 History of Music III (3) Tim Dixon

PHED 101 Introduction to Wellness (2) Scott Kieffer Health and Physical Fitness

PHYS 211

General Physics I* (4)


Prerequisite: MATH 111

Abaz Kryemadhi
Laboratory Science

PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology (3) Erika Anderson Social Sciences

RELI 205 Religions of the World (3) Sharon Putt Religion/Philosophy

SOAN 356 Social Inequality (3) Patrick Cicero Pluralism

SPAN 101

Fundamentals of Spanish I (3)

Amy Ginck

Languages & Culture


SPAN 102

Fundamentals of Spanish II (3)

Amy Ginck

Languages & Culture


SPAN 201
Intermediate Spanish (3)
Gladys Robalino
Languages & Culture

THEO 205 Introduction to Christian Theology (3) Sharon Putt Christian Beliefs

 *CHEM 106 - General Chemistry II (4) and PHYS 211 - General Physics I (4) require a one week intensive laboratory component during the week of July 26-July 31 which requires students to be on campus between 9am and 5pm. If you are unable to commute, on campus housing and meal plans may be available for an additional fee.