Upcoming Courses

 

Available Courses Summer I/II and Fall 2014

 

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

 

  

SUMMER I

 English

40037 ENGL 5383 Sem: American Lit-Faulkner (Wilson) Web

40039 ENGL 5703 Teaching English as a Second Language (Lombardo) Web

40040 ENGL 6283 Lit/Soc: Civil Rights Literature (Worley) Web

History

40243 HIST 6433 Readings in Modern Europe 1350-1650 (Dykema) Web 

Journalism

40010 JOUR 5033 Community Journalism (Mumert) TBA

 

Library Media

40232 LBMD 6023 Classification and Cataloging (TBA) MTWRF 9-11:30

40233 LBMD 6043 Preservation of Instructional Materials (TBA) MTWRF 1-3:30

 

SUMMER II

 English

50034 ENGL 5483 Sem: British Literature-Supernatural (Poznar) Web

50037 ENGL 5713 ESL Assessment (St. John) Web

50039 ENGL 5723 Teaching People of Other Cultures (St. John) Web

50040 ENGL 6083 Seminar in Linguistics: Conversation and Discourse Analysis (Garvin) Web

 

Teaching English as a Second Language

50044 TESL 6003 Linguistics for ESL Teachers (Franco) Web

50193 TESL 6033 Oral and Written Communication (Franco) Web

 

Journalism

50053 JOUR 5083 Computer Mediated Communication (Lee) TBA

50054 JOUR 5123 Laws of Communication (Lee) TBA

 

Library Media

50159 LBMD 6003 Selection of Instructional Materials (TBA) Web

50160 LBMD 6033 The Instructional Role of the Library Media Specialist (TBA) Web

 

Fall 2014

English

70879 ENGL 5023 Second Language Acquisition (Gemme) Web

70881 ENGL 5283-01 Sem: World Literature-Kafka (Chandler) W 6-9

70885 ENGL 5283-02 Sem: British Literature-Medieval Lit (Lombardo) T 6-9

70889 ENGL 5703 Teaching ESL (Garvin) MWF 11-12

70900 ENGL 5713 ESL Assessment (St. John) TR 1-2:20

70904 ENGL 5723 Teaching People of Other Cultures (St. John) Web

70962 ENGL 6283 Lit/Soc: Literature of the Fifties (Hoffman) TR 11-12:20

 

 

History

71400 HIST 5983-002 Soc Sciences Sem: Holocaust (Jenkins) TR 11-12:20

71338 HIST 6003 Historical Methods (Tarver) R 6-9

71339 HIST 6033 Readings in U.S. History: 1875-1960 (Gleason) T 6-9

71340 HIST 6533 Sem/World History: Spanish Empire (Tarver) W 6-9

 

Journalism

70141 JOUR 5043 Journalism Ethics (Mann) R 6-9

70108 JOUR 5083 Computer Mediated Communication (Lee) TBA

70143 JOUR 5113 History of American Journalism (Mann) TBA

70109 JOUR 5123 Laws of Communication (Lee) TBA

70106 JOUR 5193 Communication Research Methods (Lee) TR 3:30-4:50

70094 JOUR 6013 Visual Storytelling (Reeder) T 6-9

70095 JOUR 6133 Multi-Media Publishing (Reeder) R 6-9

70144 JOUR 6193 Journalistic Writing for Multi-Media (Mann) W 6-9

 

 

Liberal Arts

70924 LA 6013 Introduction to Liberal Arts (White) M 6-9

71155 LA 6713 Liberal Arts Project (Wilson) TBA

 

Library Media

71055 LBMD 6013 Reference Materials in the School Media Center (Lemley) Web

 

Music

70699 MUS 5853 Music of the World’s People (Lybarger) T 6:30-9:20

 

Psychology

71487 PSY 5043 Social Psychology (Ward) MWF 12-1

72012 PSY 5053 Psychology of Perception (Osburn) TR 1-2:20

71531 PSY 6003 Advanced Principles of Psychology (Warnick) TR 1-2:20

71541 PSY 6013 Advanced Statistics (Huss) TR 11-12:20

71959 PSY 6083-002 Sem: Children and Aggression (Samson) M 1-3:30

  

Sociology

71950 SOC 5043 Social Psychology (Ward) MWF 12-1

71956 SOC 5063 Social Stratification (Huss) MWF 10-11

71957 SOC 5183 Social Gerontology (Ulsperger) TR 2:30-3:50

71946 SOC 6013 Advanced Statistics (Huss) TR 11-12:20

71955 SOC 6023 Advanced Sociological Theory (Martin) W 1-4

 

Speech

70029 SPH 5053-001 Sem: Ratio Theatre Writing (Eshelman) MWF 12-1

70030 SPH 5053-002 Sem: Apocalyptic Rhetoric (Vaughn) TR 11-12:20

70136 SPH 5053-003 Sem: Asses/Analy Communication Networks (Adkins) TR 11-12:20

70128 SPH 5063 Organizational Communication (Adkins) MWF 10-11

 

Teaching English as a Second Language

70942 TESL 6013 Modern Grammar and Usage (Franco) Web

 

Theatre

70676 TH 5283 Children’s Theatre: Techniques and Practicum (Morris) MWF 1-2

70654 TH 5313 Theatre History III—1900-1960 (Morris) MWF 11-12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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