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Shippensburg University
Shippensburg, PA, 17257
(717) 477-1502
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ONLINE COURSES


Please note: Registration for your summer courses begins
at the same time as your fall time ticket
!



Summer 2014 Terms:
(unless otherwise indicated)

Term 3 - May 12 - June 15
Term 4 - June 2 - July 3
Term 5 - July 7 - August 7

Subject Course CRN Title


Summer Term 3: May 12 - June 15
(unless otherwise indicated)

ACC 200 41700 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
ART 101 41662 Art Appreciation
ART 101  41663  Art Appreciation 
ASP 102 41664 Student Voices: Leadership and Community
BSL 261 41701 American Legal Environment
BSN 101 41702 Foundations of Business Administraton
BSN 510 41703 Economics & Information Systems Environment (May 12 - August 10)
BSN 511 41704 Business Operations and Analysis (May 12 - August 10)
BSN 512 41705 Essentials of Accounting and Finance (May 12 - August 10)
CHM 103 41665 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach
COM 345 41666 Communication Law
COM 526 41667 Emerging Media Technologies
CRJ 100 41668 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ 351 41669 Juvenile Justice
CRJ 411 41670 Terrorism
DS 100 41671 Introduction to Disability Studies
ECH 220 41672 The Developing Child
ECH 563 41673 Leadership in Early Childhood Education
EEC  273  41715 Introduction to Exceptionalities 
ENG 238 41674 Technical/Professional Writing I
ENG 248 41675 Introduction to Culturally Diverse Literature
ENG 250 41676 Introduction to Literature
ENG 308 41677 Fiction Writing
ESC 200 41678 Lifestyle Management
ESC 207 41679 Stress Management
ESS 108 41680 Conservation of Natural Resources
ESS 108 41681 Conservation of Natural Resources
ESS 108 41682 Conservation of Natural Resources
GEO 101 41711 World Geography
GEO 101 41712 World Geography
GEO 101 41713 World Geography
HCA 452  41743  Health Care Financial Management (Restricted to HCA DCP Students Only) 
HCS 381 41683

Professional Communication & Multimedia Presentation

HCS 393 41684 Selected Topics: Communication and Sport
MAT 117 41685 Applied Statistics (4 credits)(May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face final exam on Friday, June 20, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in MCT263 at SU  (**see additional information below)
MAT 117 41686 Applied Statistics (4 credits)(May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face final exam on Friday, June 20, 9 - 11 a.m. in MCT263 at SU  (**see additional information below)
MBA 529 41706 Global Managerial Finance (May 12 - June 29)(Restricted to MBA Students)
MBA 558 41707 Ethics and Sustainability (May 12 - June 29)(Restricted to MBA Students)
MGT 305 41708 Organizational Behavior
MGT 370 41709 International Business
MGT 431 41710 Corporate Entrepreneurship
MKT 305 41698 Principles of Marketing
MKT 352 41699 Principles of Retailing
MUS 121 41687 Introduction to Music
PLS 231 41688 State & Local Government
PSY 101 41689 General Psychology
PSY  265  41690 Childhood and Adolescence
PSY 270 41691 Social Psychology
PSY 447  41692  Multicultural Healthh Psychology 
RDG 537 41693  Brain Based Strategies for Literature Learners (May 19 - June 29) 
SOC 101 41694  Introduction to Sociology: Society & Diversity 
SOC  241  41745 Contemporary Social Problems 
SOC 550  41695  Leadership Theory and Practice 
TCH  600  41696  Elements of Research (May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face orientation on Monday, May 13 from 6 - 8 p.m. in SPH220 at SU 
WST  100  41697  Introduction to Women's Studies 

Summer Term 4: June 2 - July 3, 2014 (unless otherwise indicated)
ART 101  42629  Art Appreciation 
ART 101  42662  Art Appreciation 
ASP 102  42630  Student Voices: Leadership and Community 
CHM  103  42631  Chemistry: A Cultural Approach 
COM 111  42632  Introduction to Mass Communication 
COM  245  42633  Diversity and Media 
CRJ  211  42634  Criminal Law and Procedures 
CRJ  440  42661 Community Corrections 
ECH  540  42635  Families and Early Childhood Education 
ECO  321  42636  International Economic Policies 
EEC 565  42676  Instr Students w/ASD (Restricted to Vista Cohort Students Only) 
ESC  200  42638  Lifestyle Management 
FIN  311   42652 Financial Management 
HCA 400  42675  Intro to Health Care Systems (Restricted to HCA DCP Students Only) 
MAT  105  42641  Math for Liberal Studies - Required face-to-face final exam on Tuesday, July 1 from 1 - 3 p.m. in DHC104 at SU (**see additional information below)
MGT 340  42653Human Resource Management
MGT 394  42654  Leadership and Decision Making 
MGT  447  42655  Business and Society 
MGT  497  42656  Strategic Management 
MKT  306  42650  Buyer Behavior 
PHY  110  42642  Physics for Society 
PLS  100  42643  US Government and Politics 
PLS  511  42644  State Government 
SCM  200  42645  Statistical Applications in Business 
SCM 330  42646  Supply Chain and Operations Management 
SOC  345  42647  Deviance 
SOC  560  42648  Leadership Change and Innovation 
TCH  546  42649  Teaching Science in the Elementary School 

Summer Term 5: July 7 - August 7, 2014 (unless otherwise indicated)
ACC  201  43712  Managerial Accounting 
ART  101  43697  Art Appreciation 
CHM  103  43699  Chemistry: A Cultural Approach 
CRJ  100  43700  Introduction to Criminal Justice 
CRJ  345  43701  Organization & Management of Criminal Justice Agencies 
ESC  200  43702  Lifestyle Management 
ESC  207  43703  Stress Management 
HCS  270  43704  Intergroup/Intercultural Communications 
MAT  050  43705  Developmental Math - Required face-to-face final exam on Thursday, August 7 from 1 - 2:50 p.m. in DHC at SU. This course is developmental in nature and does not count towards credit for graduation. Limited to students who have placed at Level 1 or 2. This is equivalent to an Accuplacer Elementary Algebra score of 57 or below. (**see additional information below)
MAT  181  43636  Applied Calculus 
MBA  533  43717  Business Operations & Logistics (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA  548  43713  IT Management & Innovation (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA  571  43714 International Marketing & Management (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA  577  43718  Supply Chain Management (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MGT 490  43750 Selected Topics: International Labor Relations 
MUS  121  43706  Introduction to Music 
PHY  108  43707  Astronomy 
SWK  262  43708  Introduction to Child Welfare (July 7 - August 17) - Required face-to-face orientation session on Monday, July 7 from 6 - 9 p.m. 
TCH  620  43709  Curriculum 
WST  100  43710  Introduction to Women's Studies 

**This course requires a face-to-face proctored exam.  Students who are unable to take the exam at Shippensburg University on the designated day and time due to their geographic location or other extenuating circumstances may request to take the exam at an alternate location with an individual proctor.  In such cases, it is the students’ responsibility to 1) identify an alternate testing location and proctor, both of which meet particular criteria established by Shippensburg University, 2) initiate the request for an alternate testing location and proctor with Shippensburg University no later than two weeks prior to the exam date, 3) work with the alternate testing location and proctor to identify a mutually agreeable testing date and time, which is approved by the course faculty member, and 4) pay for any costs set by the alternate testing location and proctor the student has identified, and pay those costs directly to the alternate testing location and proctor (Shippensburg University does not charge a fee for students’ use of an alternate testing location and proctor).  To obtain the criteria for an acceptable alternate testing location and proctor, and to request and receive approval for an alternate testing location and proctor for their exam, students should send an email to PCDE@ship.edu.