Upcoming Courses

Available Courses: Spring 2016

 

The following is a list of courses eligible for students pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts.Students who wish to take a course that is not listed can register as a Special Problems or Independent Study.

ENGLISH

  • 20511 ENGL 5023 001 Second Lang. Acquisition--MWF 12-12:50--McKeever
  • 20520 ENGL 5093 001 Sem/CRWR: Screenwriting--MWF 11-11:50--Lombardo
  • 20529 ENGL 5173 001 Sem Film: The Action Film--W 6-9--Wilson
  • 20537 ENGL 5483 Sem: Text and Image in Brit Lit--Stein
  • 20543 ENGL 5703 Tch English Second Language--Lombardo
  • 20548 ENGL 5713 ESL Assessment--St. John
  • 20554 ENGL 5723 001 Teach People/Cultures--MW 1-2:20--St. John
  • 20556 ENGL 5723 Teach People/Cultures--Gemme
  • 20569 ENGL 6013 001 Structure/English Lang--T 6-9--Lombardo
  • 20572 ENGL 6083 001 Sem: Academic Writing--MW 2-3:50--Enchelmayer
  • 21317 ENGL 6083 002 Sem: ESL Class Mgmt/Motivation--MTWR 3:30-4:50--Swetnam
  • 21964 ENGL 6083 003 Sem: World Englishes--TR 1-2:20--Gemme
  • 20575 ENGL 6083 Sem Linguistics: Dialectology--Garvin
  • 20578 ENGL 6283 Lit/Soc: Modern Love--Clair
  • 20579 ENGL 6863 001 TESL Practicum--TR 2:30-3:50--Gemme

HISTORY

  • 21900 HIST 5983 001 Soc Sciences Sem: Red Scares--MWF 1-1:50--Gleason
  • 21645 HIST 6013 001 Sem in US: Local History--R 6-9--McArthur
  • 21629 HIST 6053 001Historiography--M 6-8:50--Dykema
  • 21841 HIST 6543 001 RDG: World History: Atlantic World--T 6-8:50--Tarver

JOURNALISM

  • 20145 JOUR 5023 001 Social Media--W 6-9--Mann
  • 20081 JOUR 5053 001 Sem: Eastwood, Western Icon--W 2-5--Caton
  • 20125 JOUR 5053 002 Sem: Divided and Entertained--R 6-9--Reeder
  • 20147 JOUR 5113 History/American Journalism--Mann
  • 20126 JOUR 6023 001 Video Production for New Media--T 6-9--Reeder
  • 20135 JOUR 6053 001 Media and Society--M 6-9--Lee

LIBERAL ARTS PROJECT

  • 20694 LA 6713 Liberal Arts Project--Wilson

LIBRARY MEDIA

  • 21482 LBMD 6013 RE Mat/Lib Media Center--Toland
  • 21483 LBMD 6403 Lit/Child and Adolescence--Toland

MUSIC

  • 20570 MUS 5803 001 Hist Am Music: Jazz/Folk--T 6-9--Reed

PSYCHOLOGY

  • 22251 PSY 5013 001 History of Psychology--TR 9:30-10:50--Osburn
  • 21491 PSY 5073 001 Cognitive Psychology--MWF 1-1:50--Berg
  • 21641 PSY 6023 Research Design--Ward
  • 21558 PSY 6103 001 Adv Principles/Psychology II--T 6-8:50--McHugh

SOCIOLOGY

  • 21663 SOC 5003 001 Minority Relations--T 5:30-8:20--Stobaugh
  • 21517 SOC 6043 001 Evaluation and Assessment--M 5:30-8:20--Huss
  • 21665 SOC 6063 Advanced Topics in Gerontology--Ulsperger
  • 21942,21944 SOC 6993 001-2 Thesis Research

SPEECH

  • 20290 SPH 5053 001 Sem: Communications and Gender--W 3-6--Jones
  • 20272 SPH 5053 002 Sem: Crisis Communication--T 5:30-8:30--Adkins

TESL

  • 20700 TESL 6003 Linguistics for ESL Teachers--Franco
  • 20701 TESL 6023 Language and Society--Garvin
  • 20702 TESL 6033 TESOL METH: Oral/Written Comm--St. John
  • 20703 TESL 6053 051 TESOL Assessment Strategies--S 8-5--Hobson
  • 20704 TESL 6143 Reading for English Lang Learners--Franco
  • 20705 TESL 6863 001 TESOL Practicum--Chandler

THEATRE  

  • 20742 TH 5323 001 TH HIST IV: 1960-Present--MWF 11-11:50--Morris