Winter Term 2018 Online Courses

For current and detailed information about the course dates, description, requirements, instructor, and knowledge categories, view the Ship Course Catalogue.

* This is a tentative listing. Please check back periodically for updated courses and information.  

 

Course Offerings

Course information is listed as follows: Department / Course & SEC # / CRN # / Credits / Title.

Winter term runs from December 17, 2018 to January 18, 2019.

Art

ART 101 60 8456 | 3 credits | Art Appreciation
ART 101 61 8457 | 3 credits | Art Appreciation 

Academic Success Program

ASP 102 60 8422 | 3 credits | Student Voices: Leadership and Community

Biology

BIO 145 60 8402 | 3 credits | Environmental Biology - This course has two mandatory face-to-face exams on Friday, January 4 and Friday, January 18, 2019 at 2 p.m. in FSC230.

Business

BSN 511 60 8413 | 4 credits | Business Operations and Analysis

Chemistry

CHM 103 60 8430| 3 credits | Chemistry: A Cultural Approach
CHM 103 62 8478 | 3 credits | Chemistry: A Cultural Approach

Counseling

CNS 521 60 8506 | 3 credits | Emotionally Intelligent Leadership - This course has two mandatory face-to-face meetings on Monday, December 17, 2018 and Wednesday, January 16, 2019 from 8 a.m. to noon in Shippen Hall 120.
CNS 532 70 8510 | 3 credits | Advanced Drug and Alcohol: Clinical Approaches for Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders - This course has two mandatory face-to-face meetings on Sunday, December 16, 2018 and Sunday, January 20, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Shippen Hall 120.
CNS 574 70 8518 | 3 credits | Sel Top: Counseling & Spirituality - This course has two mandatory face-to-face meetings on Saturday, December 22, 2018 and Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. in SPH120.

Communication / Journalism

COM 111 60 8429 | 3 credits | Introduction to Mass Communication
COM 516 60 8524 | 3 credits | Photographic Communication

Criminal Justice

CRJ 345 60 8496 | 3 credits | Organization & Management of CRJ Agencies
CRJ 396 60 8505 | 3 credits | Selected Topics: Courts and Sentencing

Early Childhood

ECH 565 60 8447 | 3 credits | Health & Safety Practices in Early Childhood Education

Earth Science

ESS 108 60 8432 | 3 credits | Introduction to Environmental Sustainability
ESS 108 61 8433 | 3 credits | Introduction to Environmental Sustainability

Economics

ECO 101 60 8448 | 3 credits | Principles of Macroeconomics 
ECO 102 60 8490 | 3 credits | Principles of Microeconomics 
ECO 280 60 8491 | 3 credits | Managerial Economics 

English

ENG 248 60 8521 | 3 credits | Introduction to Diverse Literature
ENG 250 60 8428 | 3 credits | Introduction to Literature
ENG 250 61 8472 | 3 credits | Introduction to Literature
ENG 307 60 8453 | 3 credits | Poetry Writing 
ENG 308 60 8452 | 3 credits | Fiction Writing

Exercise Science

ESC 200 60 8416 | 3 credits | Lifestyle Management
ESC 207 60 8417 | 3 credits | Stress Management
ESC 278 60 8507 | 3 credits | Medical Terminology

Finance

FIN 512 60 8501 | 3 credits | Investment Analysis
FIN 520 60 8519 | 3 credits | Financial Risk Management

Geography

GEO 101 60 8436 | 3 credits | World Geography
GEO 140 60 8437 | 3 credits | Human Geography

Human Communication Studies

HCS 125 60 8515 | 3 credits | Survey Communications Studies
HCS 270 60 8514 | 3 credits | Intergroup/Intercultural Communication
HCS 350 60 8461 | 3 credits | Theories of Organizational Communication
HCS 351 60 8516 | 3 credits | Selected Topics: Organizational Communication

Mathematics

MAT 105 60 8451 | 3 credits | Math for Liberal Studies - This course has a required face-to-face final exam on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 from 10 a.m. - noon in MCT258. 
MAT 181 60 8517 | 3 credits | Applied Calculus - This course has a required face-to-face final exam on Friday, January 18, 2019 from 10 a.m. - noon in MCT258.

Master of Business Administration 

MBA 511 60 8502 | 3 credits | Marketing Analytics
MBA 582 60 8504 | 3 credits | Health Information Technology

Management

MGT 305 60 8407 | 3 credits | Organizational Behavior
MGT 370 60 8406 | 3 credits | International Business
MGT 447 60 8405 | 3 credits | Business and Society
MGT 497 60 8500 | 3 credits | Strategic Management

Marketing

MKT 305 60 8404 | 3 credits | Principles of Marketing 

Physics

PHY 108 60 8427 | 3 credits | Astronomy
PHY 110 60 8426 | 3 credits | Physics for Society

Political Science

PLS 100 60 8443 | 3 credits | US Government and Politics 
PLS 141 60 8492 | 3 credits | World Politics
PLS 271 60 8445 | 3 credits | Intro to Public Administration
PLS 300 60 8446 | 3 credits | Advanced American Government and Public Policy
PLS 601 60 8455 | 3 credits | Research Methods

Psychology

PSY 101 60 8498 | 3 credits | General Psychology
PSY 250 60 8409 | 3 credits | Psychology of Life Span Development 
PSY 265 60 8412 | 3 credits | Childhood and Adolescence
PSY 270 60 8410 | 3 credits | Social Psychology
PSY 393 60 8497 | 3 credits | Selected Topics: The Psychology of Well-Being: A Positive Exploration of the Self and Others   
PSY 470 60 8471 | 3 credits | Legal Psychology

Reading

RDG 334 60 8438 | 3 credits | Classroom Based Literacy Assessment

Social Work

SWK 262 60 8520 | 3 credits | SWK Elective: Introduction to Child Welfare Practice - This course has a required face-to-face meeting during fall 2018 finals week with day and time TBD.
SWK 340 60 8468 | 3 credits | Assessing Organizations & Communities in Society - This course has a required face-to-face meeting during fall finals week with day and time TBD and a required presentation during the first week of spring semester with day and time TBD.

Sociology

SOC 101 60 8420 | 3 credits | Introduction to Sociology: Society & Diversity
SOC 244 65 8421 | 3 credits | Criminology 
SOC 345 60 8495 | 3 credits | Deviance and Social Control
SOC 550 60 8423 | 3 credits | Leadership Theory and Practice

Spanish 

SPN 150 60 8522 | 3 credits | Spanish Civilization and Culture

Supply Chain Management 

SCM 510 60 8414 | 3 credits | Intro to Logistics and Transportation Management

Teacher Education

TCH 505 60 8523 | 3 credits | Instructional Technology for Today's Educator

Teaching English as a Second Language

TESL 510 60 8403 | 3 credits | Second Language Acquisition: Theory, Models, and Principles

Women’s and Gender Studies

WST 100 60 8463 | 3 credits | Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies
WST 100 61 8473 | 3 credits | Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies