Current Courses

Fall 2020 Schedule 

7 week 1: 8/24/2020-10/14/2020
7 week 2: 10/15/2020-12/9/2020
Regular: 8/24/2020-12/9/2020

AFAS 305 The Birth of Cool (SAE/AMENT)
Description:The concept of "cool" in regards to music, fashion, and social  status grew popular fifties and sixties. Evidence of hipster slang is documented in Cab Calloways's "Hepster's Dictionary" in 1938. It is, according to linguistic anthropologist Robert L. Moore, the most popular slang term of approval in English. "Cool" more than a word. This course investigates the idea of "cool" in America and its musical relationship to urban culture through various genres of African-­American music. The rise to prominence of "cool" will be analyzed through and investigation of the music of Bix Beiderbecke, Louis Armstrong, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, West Coast jazz, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane, Iggy Pop, The Ramones, Sugar Hill Gang, and Grandmaster Flash along with their music's effect on social mores, fashion, film, and literature.

Instructor: Scott Zimmer
Monday/Wednesday 9:00-10:15am
Regular Session
Room: K-109

 

AFAS 342 Writers, Women and the Gods     Tier 2 HUMS (AMENT/SBHU)
Description: In order to conceptualize the way gender and ethnicity has shaped women's lives in the public and private domain students will "hear" the voices of African American women in ethnography, history and literature as we discuss the Africana concepts of life, health, beauty and family. The experiences of these women, as expressed in literature have become "formidable" presences in African American culture and history. The self-expression and self-definition, expressed by African American women's voices have generated social and political changes in American history that have also impacted the dominant Euro-American culture of American society.

Session: 7 week 1
Instructor: Yuxuf Abana
Fully Online

 

ARC 303 Investigating the Exhibition   Tier 2 HUMS (AMENT)
Description: This course will examine contemporary exhibitions in the Americas and Europe with the intention of sensitizing the student to the connections between art, design and architecture.
Session: Regular
Instructor:  Ashley Simone
Fully Online

ATMO 336 Weather, Climate, and Society        Tier 2 NATS (SBHU/STHS)
Description: The course examines basic weather phenomena, climate and climate change, and the associated effects on individuals and societies in the past and present. The possibility and effects of human-caused changes in the climate system are also discussed.
Session: Regular
Instructor: Dale Ward
Fully Online 

CLAS 310 Rome in Film: The City as Text (AMENT)
Description: A grand tour of Rome in film, beginning with the epic themes of ancient history-the Caesars, Cleopatra, and Mark Anthony-through the modern period . Films in their thematic, stylistic, and narrative range invite students to explore both Rome's unique status in the west as well as Rome's place in the national Italian consciousness
Session: 7 Week 2
Instructor: Cynthia White
Fully online

FCSC 302 Family and Consumer Personal Finance Tier 2 INDV (ECI)
Description: A study of personal and family financial issues that affect people's quality of life; an analysis of personal financial information resources, the concept of the time-value of money, and discussion of personal financial issues concerning the economic environment, financial statements, college planning, career planning, tax, credit, housing, insurance, retirement planning, and investment.
Session: Regular
Instructor: Richard Serlin
Fully Online

HIST 478A The Global Sixties (SBHU/GIU)
Description: This course addresses the larger chronological and spatial framework around the year 1968.  We explore the evolution of political ideas from decolonization to urban renewal, from labor to civil rights.  We look at the formation of new categories, new political subjects like student organizations, gender and ethnic-based groups.  We follow the effects that the political upheaval of the 1960s had on intellectuals and on political theories.  Finally, we investigate the exhaustion and consumption of this global political event in memory and popular culture. The course also questions whether there is a global historical sense to "the sixties."  What links these events besides the fact that they are happening in the same decade?

Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/ Thursdays 10:30-11:45am
Room: K-109

ISTA 230: Introduction to Web Design and Development   (STHS)
Description: An introduction to web design and development, with an emphasis on client-side technologies. Topics include HTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript, and web design best practices.

Session:  7 week 1
Instructor: Ryan Rucker
Fully Online

PAH 320 Working: The Rewards and Costs of Employment (SBHU/ECI)
Description: This course is about work and what it does for people and to people. It examines the physical, psychological, and philosophical costs and challenges of employment and how they affect people's lives. Students will examine the overall impact of labor on the psyche and character of the worker, considering the key question, "What does the work do to the worker"?

Instructor: Donna Anderson
Tuesday 2:00-4:30pm
Room K-109

POL 323 Modern Political Theory  (SBHU/GIU)
      Description: Western political theory

Instructor: Eyal Bar
Monday/Wednesday 12:30-1:45pm
Room: K-109

SBS 395A Introduction to Multi-disciplinary Methods: Medical Humanities (SBHU/STHS)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K-109

 


 

Summer 2020 Schedule

Pre-Session: 5/18/2020-6/6/2020
5 week 1: 6/8/2020-7/9/2020
5 week 2: 7/13/2020-8/12/2020

ANTH 303: Gender and Language  (SBHU)
Description: Gender differences in language use among adults and children and their socio-cultural bases.
Session: 5 week 2
Instructor:  Staff
Fully Online

ANTH 347: Native Peoples of the Southwest (SBHU/SAE)
Description: Explores societies and cultures of Native peoples of the US Southwest and Northern Mexico from European contact to present. Examines impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on these Native peoples. Discusses major contemporary issues facing Native peoples in the area.

Session: 5 week 1
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online

 

ANTH/GWS 438A: Women's Health in Global Perspective (STHS/SBHU/GIU)
Description: Biocultural perspective on health issues/risks women face around the world using a life cycle approach beginning with the birth of girl babies through the aging process.

Session: 5 week 1
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online

 

ARC 304 Visual Literacy: Communication in Photography, Graphics, Art, and Architecture      Tier 2 ARTS     (AMENT)
Description: Using historical, theoretical, and contemporary material this course will examine still and moving photography, graphics, and art as critical tools of formal and conceptual communication

Session: 5 week 2
Instructor: Ashley Simone
Fully Online

 

JUS 332: The Holocaust: Witnesses and Representations (SBHU/AMENT)
Description: This course is an exploration of the Holocaust (Shoah) through the experiences, roles and responses of Jewish individuals as represented through various media and genre including diary, testimony (oral), memoir, monument, poetry, photography, graphic novel, personal letters and film.

Session: Pre-session
Instructor: Deborah Kaye
Fully Online

 

LAS 354: Drugs and Violence in Mexico (SBHU/GIU)
Description: The course will focus on the specific characteristics of the current conflict by learning about President Felipe Calderón’s approach to combating organized crime, the involvement of the ATF and DEA in Mexico, and the important Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs), such as the Sinaloa Cartel, Los Zetas, The Gulf Cartel and their leaders Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán, “El Lazca”, Osiel Cardenas, Miguel Felix Gallardo, the Beltran Leyva brothers to name a few. We will also discuss the Peace Movement in Mexico and the work that is being done to change the course of the conflict. As the semester advances, we will discuss more broadly the social issues imbedded in this conflict and provide opportunities for students to arrive at complex understandings of the role of drugs and violence in contemporary society.

Session: 5 week 2
Instructor: Clea Conlin
Fully Online

 

NSC 101 Introduction to Human Nutrition     (STHS)
Description: Current concepts and controversies in human nutrition. Carbohydrate, protein, lipids, vitamins and minerals in nutrition; and the relation of nutrition to health throughout the life cycle.

Session: 5 week 1
Instructor: Jennifer Ravia
Fully Online

 

PAH 372 Intercultural Competence: Culture, Identity, Adaptation, and Intercultural Relations. Tier 2 INDV (SBHU/GIU)
Description: This course provides students with an in depth discussion of the key concepts and factors that have led to the development of the field of intercultural competence and provides students with extensive background and reading so as to take a critical perspective on intercultural competence and its future for them in a globalized world.
Session: 5 week 2
Instructor: Renee Reynolds
Fully Online

 

RELI 336 Spirituality, Psychology, and the Mind (SBHU/STHS)
Description: This course is a survey of psychological theory and research investigating religious beliefs, experiences, and practices.

Session: 5 week 2
Instructor: Hester Oberman
Fully Online



Spring 2020 Schedule

Regular Session  1/15/2020--5/6/2020   Final Exam Period: 5/8-5/14

7-week 1    1/15/2020--3/6/2020

7-week 2   3/16/2020-- 5/6/2020 Final Exam Period: 5/8-5/14

AFAS 439 Blacks in Hollywood  (SAE/AMENT)
Instructor: Tani Sanchez
Fully Online -- 7 week 2

This introductory course focuses on the impact the subjective concept of race has had in African American cinematic representations, and how images work in controlling and policing thought and constructing sexuality.  This course serves as an introduction to basic race theory.

CHS 437 Health of Indigenous Populations  (SBHU/GIU/STHS)

Instructor: Jennifer De La Rosa
Fully Online -- Regular semester   

This course introduces students to health issues facing Indigenous populations. The course itself is divided into four units. Unit 1 is a general review of the definition, conceptualization, and everyday experience of Indigeneity. It provides an overview of colonization with an emphasis on its ongoing impact on health care and health research with Indigenous populations. Unit 2 discusses what health might mean from an Indigenous perspective. Unit 3 presents ethical considerations that may be especially important when working with Indigenous populations. Finally, Unit 4 offers a hopeful look toward the future of Indigenous health as Indigenous people continue to move forward in claiming their health and empowering their communities

EAS 376 Communist China: History and Narrative  (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Fabio Lanza
Fully Online -- Regular Semester    

This course looks at history of post-1949 China from two different perspectives.  Students will read "proper" historical texts: political and intellectual essays, government documents, social reports, and scholarly historical monographs.  These will be juxtaposed to different forms of narrative construction: movies, novels, and autobiographical accounts.  With this integrated approach, the course examines the history of the People's Republic of China but also the continuous interplay between historiography and politics, history and memory, popular culture and learning.

ESOC 318 Disruptive Technologies (SBHU/STHS)
Instructor: Sean Smith
Fully Online -- 7 week 2

This course introduces key concepts and skills needed for those working with information and communication technologies (ICT). Students will be exposed to hardware and software technologies, and they will explore a wide variety of topics including processing and memory systems, diagnostics and repair strategies, operating systems in both desktop and mobile devices. As part of this course, students will consider current technological disruptions, those issues emerging as technologies and social needs collide. Students we also learn about design issues and user needs tied to mobile or computer applications and web-based tools, sites, games, data platforms, or learning environments.

 

FA 300 Introduction to Arts Administration  (AMENT/ECI)
Instructor: Ashley Oakley
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45
Room K-109

An introduction to the field of non-profit arts management in the fields of performing, visual and media arts.  Topics include an overview of management practices, organizational structure and administrative career opportunities in each field.  In addition, the course will introduce specific aspects of arts management, including financial management, marketing, fund raising, artistic, administrative relationship, planning, personnel, and board and volunteer development.

HUMS 395 Government in the Economy  (ECI/SAE)   
Instructor:  Donna Anderson
Tuesday 1-3:30pm
Room: K-109

What is the economic rationale for government? Which functions should government perform and which dimensions of our lives are best left to the private sector? For example, how should society deal with social security, education, welfare, and health care? How should the economy provide for such things as a national defense, flood control, parks and playgrounds, libraries, and highways? Who should receive the benefits of these goods and services - and who should pay their costs? How do we evaluate the costs and benefits of government policies and programs?  This course provides the framework for studying all these issues and more. We will investigate the roles of the federal, state, and local governments in influencing the allocation of resources in the economy. In particular, we will examine the revenue and expenditure structure of the various levels of government and the role the government plays in correcting/causing market failure.

HIST 412A European Enlightenments  (SBHU/GIU)                  
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 9-10:15am
Room: KSC 2300

Topics include philosophy, science, Enlightenment, Romanticism, Realism, political economy.

JOUR 342 Social Justice Movement Media: History, Functions, and Theory (AMENT/SBHU)
Instructor: Linda Lumsden
Fully Online -- Regular Semester

This course will survey the history and functions of social justice publishing. Students will consider the theoretical and practical frameworks of social justice media, which serve a swathe of social movements involving human and civil rights, education, labor, immigration, globalization, feminism, environmentalism, ethnic and racial equality, transgender rights, and global inequity. This course will provide students with the historical and theoretical frameworks necessary to evaluate and publish social justice media.

LASC 498 Senior Capstone
Fully Online -- 7 week 1

PAH 330 Video Game Industry  (ECI/AMENT)
Instructor: Josh Zimmerman
Fully Online -- 7 week 1

This course introduces students to the structures, practices, and study of the video game industry. Over the course of the semester we will: 1) survey the origins of the video game industry, paying particular attention to its connection to the broadcasting and film industries; 2) examine the video game industry in terms of its major spheres (development, publishing, distribution/sales, paratexts, consumption, and regulation); and 3) explore tools and techniques for theorizing video game business and conducting market analyses for academic and commercial purposes.

PAH 378 Playing Doctor: Images of Medicine in Health  (AMENT/STHS)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Thursday 1-3:30 pm
Room: K-109

In this course, we will examine how different aspects of health, illness, patients, and medical practitioners have been portrayed in film.  Our aim is to explore what we can learn about how different societies in different time periods have viewed disease and the medical field.  We will also explore how can we use film as documents, both primary and secondary, to understand medicine and society more broadly in the past. This requires awareness of the historical context of the films themselves. We will ask what different definitions of "disease" or public health have existed and been used in film.  How have some aspects of the medical profession or certain illnesses been portrayed and why?  How has film been used as a tool of rhetoric and how has film influenced our understandings of medicine and even our own bodies? We will also compare other "images" of health and medicine in both art and in literature.

PHIL 322 Business Ethics  (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Aria Paco Abenoza, David Poplar, William Oberdick
Fully Online -- 7 week 1

This course is designed to teach students about normative ethics in the context of the workplace and the business world. We will discuss ethical questions concerning corporate responsibility, preferential hiring and affirmative action, advertising practices, corporate whistleblowing, and environmental responsibility.

MENA 441 Arab-Israeli Conflict  (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Eyal Bar
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K-109

Traces the birth and growth of the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1948 with particular attention to the internal impediments to conflict resolution on both the Arab and Israeli sides. Also surveys the role of the Great Powers in Middle East politics generally.

SOC 314  Nonprofit Sector: Charity, Philanthropy, Volunteering (ECI/SBHU)

Instructor: Yi Zhao
Fully Online -- Regular semester

This course examines nonprofit organizations and philanthropic behavior from a sociological perspective.  Topics include the motivations for, and consequences of, volunteer work and charitable giving as well as the role of nonprofit organizations in markets, political arenas, and civil society.

 

 

Fall 2019 Schedule
Regular session           8/26--12/11/2019                 Final Exam Period: 12/13-12/19/2019
7-week 1  8/26--10/16/2019
7-week 2  10/17--12/11/2019

AFAS 300 Historical Overview of African and African Diaspora Cinema  (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: Tani Sanchez
Fully Online

ARH 319 Introduction to American Art (AMENT/SAE)
Instructor: Sarah Moore
Fully Online

CHS 303 Health and Society (SBHU/STHS)   7-Week 2
Instructor: Jennifer Brailsford
Fully Online—7-week 2 session

FA 395 The Intersection of Art and Entertainment: Jazz Styles 1900-1945  (AMENT/SAE)
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00-10:15am
Instructor: Scott Zimmer
Room: K-109

GER 371 Contemporary German Culture  (SBHU/GIU)  7-Week 2
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online  7-week 2

HIST 495K Medicine and the Law: History of Forensic Medicine (SBHU/GIU)
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Room: K-109

LASC 498 Senior Capstone –1 credit hybrid 7-week 1

PAH 395 Sports Industry: Working and Playing (ECI/SBHU)
Tuesday 1-3:30 pm
Instructor: Donna Anderson
Room: K-109

PHIL 323 Environmental Ethics (ECI/SBHU)   7-Week 1
Instructor: Hoi Yee Chan
Fully Online  7-week 1

POL 326 American Political Thought  (SBHU/SAE)
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Instructor: Eyal Bar
Room: K-109

SBS 395A Introduction to Multidisciplinary Methods: Medical Humanities (SBHU/GIU)
Monday/Wednesday 9:00-10:15am
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Room: K-109

SOC 365 Cultural Studies of Sports (SBHU)  7-Week 1
Instructor: Derek Martin
Fully Online 7-week 1

Summer 2019 Courses

Pre-session Classes meet from 5/13-6/1

JOUR 344 Journalism, Gender, and Multiculturalism (SBHU)
Instructor: Linda Lumsden
Fully Online

5 week 1 Session   Classes meet from 6/3-7/4

AFAS 371 Hip-Hop Cinema   (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: A.-P. Durand
Fully Online

PAH 330 The Video Game Industry: An Introduction to the Business of Making Money with Play(ECI)
Instructor: Feng Chen
Fully Online

AIS 347 Native Peoples of the Southwest (SBHU/SAE)
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online

ANTH 353 Anthropology of Food (SBHU/STHS)
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online

5 week 2 Session Classes meet from 7/8-8/7

REL 335 Rap, Culture, and God (AMENT/SBHU)
Instructor: Alexander Nava
Fully Online

PAH 330 The Video Game Industry: An Introduction to the Business of Making Money with Play  (ECI)
Instructor: Feng Chen
Fully Online

GER 379 Religion in German Culture (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Albrecht Classen
Fully Online

AFAS 320 The African-American Slave Narrative: History and Literature (SAE/SBHU)
Instructor: Awndrea Caves
Fully Online

Spring 2019 Courses

Classes held from January 9, 2019  to May 1, 2019

ESOC 315 Publishing: From Papyrus to E-book Readers 7 week 2 (AMENT/GIU) 
Instructor: Laura Lenhart
Fully Online Course

         

FTV 375 Television and US Culture (AMENT/SAE)
Instructor: Charles Young
Fully Online Course

 

GEOG 368 The Green Economy (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Donna Anderson
Tuesday/Thursday 12:00-1:15pm
Room: K109 at UANV

HIST 495K Special Topics: Gender and Sexuality in the Modern World (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 9:00-10:15am
Room: K-109 at UANV

ITAL 330C  History of Italian Cinema 7 week 1  (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: Francesco Rabissi
Fully Online Course

LASC 498 Senior Capstone –1 credit

MENA 381A History of Muslim Societies (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

PAH 320  Working: Rewards and Costs of Employment (SBHU/ECI)
Instructor: Edmund White
Fully Online Course

PAH 350 Health Humanities: Intercultural Perspectives  (SBHU/STHS)
Instructor: Mary Wildner-Bassett
Fully Online Course

PHIL 321 Medical Ethics  (SBHU/STHS)  
Instructor: Laura Howard
Fully Online Course

SOC 341 Juvenile Delinquency    (SBHU)   
Instructor: Jessica Pfaffendorf
Fully Online Course

TAR 431 Audience Development (AMENT)
Instructor: Joe Schoenfelder
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K-109 at UANV

 

Fall 2018 Courses

    Classes held from August 20, 2018 to December 5, 2018

AFAS 475 USA and South Africa: Comparative Histories and Political Perspectives (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Praise Zenenga
Fully Online

ECON 205 Ethics and economics of Wealth Creation (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: William Oberdich
Fully Online

ENGL 308 Technical Writing (ECI)
Instructor: Emily Gorn
Monday/Wednesday 1:00-2:15pm
Room: K-109

ESOC 316 Digital Commerce (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Dave Seng
Fully Online

GWS 317 Science Fiction Studies (AMENT/ SBHU)
Instructor: Jennifer Croissant
Fully Online

PA/SOC 342 Criminology (SBHU)
Instructor: Justin Knoll
Fully Online

RCSC 204 Consumers, Fashion, and the Economy (ECI)
Instructor: Charlotte Padilla
Fully Online

RELI 377 History of Witchcraft, Magic, and the Occult (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/Thursday 9-10:15am
Room: K-109

SBS 395A Introduction to Multidisciplinary Methods: Medical Humanities (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 9:00-10:15am
Room: K -109

SOC 313 Social Movements and Activism (SBHU)
Instructor: Meltem Odabas
Fully Online

TAR 341 Theatre History II: Romanticism to Postmodernism (AMENT/SBHU)
Instructor: Joseph Schoenfelder
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K-109

 

Summer 2018 Courses

Five week session 1 (5W1): June 4 - July 5, 2018
Five week session 2 (5W2): July 9 - August 8, 2018                                                                              
                                                                                                                                Session                    
AFAS 345  Caribbean Politics    (GIU/SBHU)                                                  5 Week 2                      
      Instructor: Staff
      Fully Online
LAS 348  Drug Wars and Oil Fortunes in Latin America  (GIU/ECI)           5 Week 1                    
      Instructor: Staff
      Fully Online
CHN 245 Chinese Popular Culture  (AMENT/GIU)                             5 Week 1 and 5 Week 2             
      Instructor: Dongchen Hou
       Fully Online
ECON/PHIL 205 Ethics and Economics of Wealth Creation         5 Week 1 and 5 Week 2    (ECI/SBHU)        
       Instructor: Vincent Colaianni
       Fully Online
HPS 200 Introduction to Public Health  (SBHU/SAE)                                     5 Week 2                  
       Instructor: Michelle Gamber
       Fully Online
SOC 314  Nonprofit Sector: Charity,  Philanthropy and Volunteering          5 Week 2            (SBHU/ECI)     
      Instructor: Misty Ring-Ramirez      
      Fully Online

Spring 2018 Courses

Classes meet from January 10-May 2, 2018. 

AFAS 376 Global Soccer  (GIU & SBHU)
Instructor: Yuxuf  Abana
Fully Online Course

ENGL 300 Literature and Film (AMENT & SAE)
Instructor: Rochelle Rodrigo
Fully Online Course

ENGL 308 Technical Writing (ECI)
Instructor: TBA
Fully Online Course

ESOC 302 Quantitative Methods for the Digital Marketplace (SBHU)
Instructor: Elizabeth Williams
Fully Online Course

HIST 321A Britain: Industry and Empire (ECI & GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

JOUR 432: Social Justice Movement Media: History, Functions, and Theory (SBHU)
Instructor: Linda Lumsden
Fully Online Course

MAS 365 Latinos and Latinas: Emerging Contemporary Issues (GIU)
Instructor: Ada Wilkinson-Lee
Fully Online Course

MUS 337 Survey of Mexican Folk Music (AMENT & GIU)
Instructor: Adriana Martinez
Tuesday/Thursday 12:00-1:15pm
Room: K109

PAH 378 Playing Doctor: Images of Medicine and Health in Film (AMENT & GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday 12:30-3:30pm
Room: K109 at UANV

PHIL 322 Business Ethics (ECI)
Instructor: TBA
Fully Online Course

RELI 363 Religion and Sex (SBHU & GIU)
Instructor: Ama Boakyewa
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

SPA 102 Second Semester Spanish
Instructor: TBA
Fully Online Course

Fall 2017 Courses

The normal academic semester runs from August 21-December 6, 2017.  Please note though that some online courses are offered on an accelerated, 7-week schedule.

ANTH 311 Urban Anthropology (ECI & SBHU)
Instructor: Brian Adams-Thies
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

AFAS 305 Birth of Cool (AMENT & SAE)
Instructor: Scott Zimmer
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

CHS 401 Health Disparities in Society (SBHU & SAE)
Instructor: Jennifer Brailsford
Fully Online Course: 7-week session 1

ESOC 330 Digital Dilemmas: Privacy, Property and Access (AMENT & SBHU)
Instructor: Laura Lenhart
Fully Online Course: 7-week session 2

GPSV 301 American Political Ideas (SBHU & SAE)
Instructor: Todd Lutes
Fully Online Course: 7-week session 1

GPSV 365 Individual, Society, and Law (SBHU & SAE)
Instructor: Stephanie Capaldo
Fully Online Course: 7-week session 2

SBS 395A Introduction to Multidisciplinary Studies: Medical Humanities  (SBHU & GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 9-10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

RSSS 315 Werewolves and Vampires: Slavic Folklore in our Culture  (GIU & AMENT)
Instructor: Naomi Caffee
Fully Online Course: 7-week session 1

SOC 330 God in the Movies (AMENT & SBHU)
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online Course: regular academic session

Summer 2017 Courses

Summer Session I (5-week: June 5-July 6 2017)

GEOG 368 The Green Economy
Instructor: Peter Thiel
Class Times: Monday, Tuesday, Weds., and Thursday 1pm-3:15pm
Room: K109 at UANV

Summer Session II (5-week: July 10-August 9, 2017)

ENGL 443 Mexican-American Literature in English
Instructor: David Rubio
Class Times: Monday, Tuesday, Weds., and Thursday 1:30pm-3:45pm
Room: K109 at UANV

Spring 2017 Courses

Classes meet from 1/11/2017 to 5/3/2017

ANTH 315 World Ethnography: Violence, Work and Migration (GIU/ECI)
Instructor: Brian Adams-Thies
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

POL 386 Race and Gender: Genealogies, Formations, Politics (SBHU/SAE)
Instructor: Ama Boakyewa
Monday/Wednesday 9:00- 10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

HIST 311 History of Epidemics (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00-10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

HIST 420 French Revolution and Napoleon (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

TAR 342  Ritual and Performance in World Cultures (AMENT/GIU)

Instructor: Chris Danowski
Monday/Wednesday 12-1:15pm
Room: K109 at UANV

ENGL 307 Business Writing (ECI)
Instructor: Staff
Fully Online Course

CHS 309 Ethical Issues Common to the Helping Professions (SBHU)
Instructor: Dennis Hill
Fully Online Course

ESOC 315 Publishing: From Papyrus to E-book Readers (AME/GIU)
Instructor: Laura Lenhart
Fully Online Course

PHIL 345 - Philosophy and Psychiatry (SBHU)
Instructor: Brandon Ashby
Fully Online Course

 

Fall 2016 Courses

Classes meet from 8/22/2016 to 12/7/2016

AFAS 306 African American Autobiographies: Women and their Histories (SBHU/SAE)
Instructor: Ama Boakyewa
Monday/Wednesday 9:00- 10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

ANTH 434 Reproduction, Politics, and Household Economics (SBHU/ECI)
Instructor: Brian Adams-Thies
Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

MENA 381A History of Muslim Societies (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00-10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

FA 395 The Intersection of Art and Entertainment: Jazz Styles, 1900-1945 (AMENT/SAE)
Instructor: Scott Zimmer
Monday/Wednesday 12-1:15pm
Room: K109 at UANV

SBS 395A  Introduction to Multi-Disciplinary Methods (SBHU/GIU)  
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Monday/Wednesday 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

AFAS 463 Doing Business with/in Africa: A Cultural Perspective  (ECI/GIU)
Instructor: Bayo Ijagbemi
Fully online course

ARH 322 Intro to Prehispanic, Hispanic, and Chicano Art (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: Stacie Widdifield
Fully online course

ESOC 314 Theories of New Media  (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Dereka Rushbrook
Fully Online Course

ESOC 317 Digital Crime and Social Media  (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Gordon Abra
Fully Online Course

Spring 2016 Schedule

Classes meet from 1/13/2016 to 5/4/2016

AFAS 377 Digital Africana Studies: The Harlem Renaissance (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: Bryan Carter
Fully Online Course

FA 395 Colloquium: Ethnic Representations in Film, Theatre, and Art (AMENT/SBHU)
Instructor: Christopher Danowski
Tues/Thurs 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

GEOG 371 Principles and Practices of Regional Development (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Daniel Higgins
Mon/Weds 9-10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

HIST 495K Colloquium on World History: French Empire (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Mon/Weds 10:30-11:45am
Room: K109 at UANV

HUMS 395 Colloquium: History of Witchcraft, Magic and the Occult (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
Tues/Thurs  9-10:15am
Room: K109 at UANV

JUS/MENA 377 Modern Israel (GIU/SBHU)
Instructor: Leonard Hammer
Fully Online Course

PHIL 322 Business Ethics (ECI/SBHU)
Instructor: Daniel Sanderman
Fully Online Course

Fall 2015 Schedule

Classes meet from 8/24/2015 to 12/9/2015

FREN 373 US & Francophone Hip-Hop Cultures (GIU/AMENT)
Instructor: Alain-Philippe Durand
Fully Online

HIST 495K Colloquium on World History: Gender and Sexuality in the Modern World (SBHU/GIU)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
TuTh 10:30AM-11:45AM
Room: K109 at UANV

HUMS 374 Pop Music and the Counterculture: The 1960s (AMENT/SAE)
Instructor: Scott Zimmer
MoWe 9:00AM-10:15AM
Room: K109 at UANV

HUMS 375 Globalization and Transnational Cinema (AMENT/GIU)
Instructor: Reno Lauro
TuTh 9:00AM-10:15AM
Room: K109 at UANV

PHIL 323 Environmental Ethics (SBHU/SAE)
Instructor: Dan Shahar
Fully Online

SBS 395A Special Topics: Introduction to Multidisciplinary Methods (SBHU/STHS)
Instructor: Victoria Meyer
MoWe 10:30AM-11:45AM
Room: K109 at UANV

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