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  • WPU offers 2,3, and 4 credit courses during the on-line winter session.
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Course outlines / syllabi will be available on November 1st or sooner.

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION

Art History
ARTH 1010-80, Understanding Art - Claudia Goldstein
ARTH 1010-81, Understanding Art - Margaret Williams

Communication
COMM 1200-80, Media and Society - Robert Quicke

Music
MUSI 1150-80 Understanding Music - Michael Gribbroek
MUSI 2130-80 Rock Music: Diversity and Justice - Stephen Marcone
MUSI 2160-80 World Music - Peter Coll

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COTSAKOS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Finance and Economics
ECON 2020-80, Microeconomic Principles – T. Snyder
ECON 2100-80, Business Statistics I - A. Paniyades
ECON 2110-80, Business Statistics II – M. Gritsch
ECON 3100-80, Money and Banking - M. Ramjerdi (cross-listed with FIN 3100)
ECON 4280-80, Healthcare Economics - Jang Wook Lee (cross-listed with NUR 4280)

FIN 3100-80, Money and Banking - 
M. Ramjerdi (cross-listed with ECON 3100)
FIN 3200-80, Corporate Finance – F. Cai
FIN 4450-80, Finance Information Systems -G. Zhang

Management and Marketing
MGT 2000-80, Principles of Management
  William Matthews
MGT 2110-80, Bus. Statistics for Managers - Leonard Presby                
MGT 3050-80, Management Information Systems  T. Roberts 
MGT 3060-80, Organizational Behavior  Stephen Betts
MGT 3090-80, International Management – Ali Mir
MGT 3550-80, Values, Ethics, and Sustainability - Jorge Arevalo
MGT 4310-80, Production and Operations Management – Cesar Perez
MGT 4500-80, Small Business Management - Sharon Simmons
MGT 4600-80, Bus Strategy/Policy - Raza Mir
MKT 2100-80, Principles of Marketing - Joy De Los Reyes
MKT 4820-80, Marketing Management - Bela Florenthal
MKT 7880-80, Global Marketing - William Matthews

 

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Counseling Services
CSP 6960-80, School Law and Mental Health Code
 - P. Danzinger & K. Decker

Education
ELRL 6050-80, Advanced Inquiry into Children' Literature - Salika Lawrence

Special Education Core
SPC 4560-80  Life Span Transitions: Home, School and Comm- R. O'Connor 
SPC 5800-80, Collaboration between School, Home & Comm. - Pamela Brillante
SPC 5800-81, Collaboration between School, Home & Comm. - 
M. Urgolo Huckvale
SPC 5800-82, Collaboration between School, Home & Comm. - I. Van Riper

 


COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


Africana World Studies
AWS 2550-80, The Black Woman Experience - D. Wallace
AWS 3030-80, African Family Life - Papa Tall

Anthropology
ANTH 2600-80, Myth/Folklore Modern World - Welcome Letter - Anita Barrow

Criminology and Criminal Justice
CCJ 3670-80, Juvenile Delinquency - Tiande Wang (cross-listed with SOC 3670)

English
ENG 1500-80, Experiences in LiteratureRosa Soto
ENG 2070-80, Effective Business WritingLiane Robertson
ENG 2310-80, Introduction to Creative Writing - Outline – Martha Witt

Geography and Urban Studies
GEO 1500-80, World Regional Geography - Thomas Owusu
GEO 3200-80, Cultural Geography - Monica Nyamwange

History
HIST 1030-80, Foundations of Civilization - James Pavlin
HIST 2050-80, U. S. Through Reconstruction  George MacLeod
HIST 2060-80, U. S. Since Reconstruction - Jason Ambroise
HIST 2910-80, History of Civil Rights, 1955-1970
 – Daniel Meaders

Languages and Cultures
TBED 5400-80, Hist of Bilingualism & Bilingual Ed. in US - Bruce Williams

Latin American Studies
LAS 2010-80, Introduction to Latin American Studies  Judith Broome

Liberal Studies
LBST 4980-80, Internship: Liberal Arts & Civic Engagement - Daniel Kolak  (by permission only)

Political Science
POL 1150-80, Power, Justice, and Freedom - Michael Thompson
POL 1200-80, American Government - Christine Kelly
POL 2260-80 American Judicial System - Michael Principe

Psychology
PSY 1100-80, General Psychology - Robin Nemeroff
PSY 2100-80, Developmental Psychology – Kathleen Torsney
PSY 2200-80, Social Psychology - Bruce Diamond
PSY 2300-80, History/Systems of Psychology - Thereza Hernandez
PSY 3200-80, Psychology of Adolescence - Nancy Vail
PSY 3500-80, Theory Personality - Julie DiMatteo
PSY 3510-80, Abnormal Psychology  Carmelo Nina
PSY 3750-80, Cognitive Psychology - Robert Lawson
PSY 4800-80, Seminar in Psychology  K. Makarec (by permission only) 

Sociology
SOC 1010-80, Priciples of Sociology - Kathleen Korgen
SOC 1020-80, Social Problems - Hopeton Ellis
SOC 3670-80, Juvenile Delinquency - Tiande Wang (cross-listed with CCJ 3670)

Women's and Gender Studies
WGS 2080-80, Female Icons Lawrence Gill
WGS 2250-80, Race, Gender, and Society - Atola Budd
WGS 3080-80, Human Trafficking - Elena Sabogal

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COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND HEALTH

Biology
BIO 3450-80, Conservation Biology - Stephen Vail

Kinesiology
KNES 2540-80, Hist & Phil of Sport/Physical Activity - R. Rehberg

PETC 3300-80, Contemp. Methods, Materials, and Evaluation: Driver's Ed. - Lori Albert

Mathematics
MATH 1100-80, Contemporary Mathematics M. Rosar

MATH 1300-80, Elementary Statistics  E. Antoniou

Physics
PHYS 1100-80, Introduction to Physics - Staff
PHYS 1100-81, Introduction to Physics – Staff

PHYS 1700-80, General Astronomy-Staff

 

Nursing
NUR 4280-80, Healthcare EconomicsJang Wook Lee (cross-listed with ECON 4280)

Public Health
PBHL 1100-80, Healthy U - Corey Basch

PBHL 1100-81, Healthy U - Jody Inglis
PBHL 1100-82, Healthy U - Judith Francis Ingram

PBHL 2200-80, Stress Management - William Kernan
PBHL 2210-80, Nutrition  Dana Jacko
PBHL 2700-80, Concepts of Issues & Aging - Charlene Gungil

PBHL 3900-80, Human Sexuality - Jonathan Moss
PBHL 3900-81, Human Sexuality - Eli Green

Physics
PHYS 1100-80, Introduction to Physics - A. Maarouf

PHYS 1100-81, Introduction to Physics - M. Mikhaiel
PHYS 1700-80, General Astronomy - S. Chung
PHYS 1700-81, General AstronomyZ. Ris
PHYS 3280-80, Global Energy, Science & Technology - Mira Franke