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ACCT 248-701 1165 Legal Environment (Online) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
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In-depth analysis of legal principles and their relationship to commerce. Topics include areas of torts, constitutional law, contracts and government regulation. Three hours per week.

In-depth analysis of legal principles and their relationship to commerce. Topics include areas of torts, constitutional law, contracts and government regulation. Three hours per week.

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
ART 104-701 1102 Art Appreciation (Online) - Olszewski, Pamela J.
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Wide-ranging introduction to the visual arts that focuses primarily on the art and architecture of Western Civilization. Topics include art theory, visual perception, subject matter and content, art-making media and techniques, the creative process and the relation of art to its historical and cultural context. Does not count toward the art B.F.A., art minor or art history minor degree requirements. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC.

Online Course

Olszewski, Pamela J.
pjolszewski@salisbury.edu
BIOL 101-601 1025 Fundamentals Of Biology (Hybrid) - Smith, Betty Lou
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Introduces students to the principles inherent to life, with a broad overview of the cell, the organism and the community in which living things exist. This web-enhanced course requires significant online work. Does not satisfy biology major requirements. One hour lecture, two hours online and two hours laboratory per week. Meets General Education IVA or IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIA or IIIB).

Register for lab section 111 for automatic enrollment in lecture section 610. Intended for non-majors.

Smith, Betty Lou
blsmith@salisbury.edu
BIOL 105-701 1027 Biology And Society (Online) - Price, Dana Leigh
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Introduces the non-biology major to the broad principles, fundamental ideas and new discoveries in biology that significantly affect the human being’s present and future existence. Relates the study of biology to the pressing social and cultural issues of today. Does not satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: BIOL 101. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).

Online Course that Introduces the non-biology major to the importance of insects in human society. Topics such as Forensic Studies, Human Use and Consumption, and Insect-Vectored diseases will be covered. This course will also disucss the role of insects in selected historical events and human culture. Does not satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Biol 101. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).

Price, Dana Leigh
dlprice@salisbury.edu
BIOL 210-601 1030 Biology: Concept & Method (Hybrid) - Geleta, Samuel B.
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Introduction to the study of biology, focusing on how biologists know things and study the world of life, with emphases on cell biology, genetics, ecology and evolution. First course required for biology majors. Four hours of lecture/laboratory, two hours online per week. Meets General Education IVA or IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIA).

Intended For Biology Majors.

Geleta, Samuel B.
sxgeleta@salisbury.edu
BIOL 217-701 1037 Nutrition (Online) - Perkins, Wanda S.
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Foundation in the science of nutrition, including biological and biochemical backgrounds for the understanding of nutritional requirements. Does not satisfy requirements within the major. Three hours lecture per week. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).

ONLINE

Perkins, Wanda S.
wsperkins@salisbury.edu
BIOL 490-710 1307 Special Topics In Biology (Online) - East, Meghan S
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Study of a specific area of biological science. Topic varies semester to semester. May be taken twice for credit under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor or sixteen credits of biology, junior standing.

ONLINE

East, Meghan S
mseast@salisbury.edu
BIOL 490-711 1317 Special Topics In Biology (Online) - East, Meghan S
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Study of a specific area of biological science. Topic varies semester to semester. May be taken twice for credit under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor or sixteen credits of biology, junior standing.

Online

East, Meghan S
mseast@salisbury.edu
BUAD 103-701 1236 Introduction To Business (Online) - Cottingham, Carl L
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Introduction to the internal and external environment of contemporary business. Topics include the nature of business and its operations and a survey of basic concepts, principles and practices. Provides a foundation for advanced study and assistance in making career decisions. Not open to students who are concurrently enrolled in, or have received academic credit for, any 300- or 400-level BUAD/ACCT/ISMN/FINA/INFO/MGMT/MKTG courses. Three hours per week.

Introduction to the internal and external environment of contemporary business. Topics include the nature of business and its operations and a survey of basic concepts, principles and practices. Provides a foundation for advanced study and assistance in making career decisions. Not open to students who are concurrently enrolled in, or have received academic credit for, any 300- or 400-level BUAD/ACCT/ISMN/FINA/INFO/MGMT/MKTG courses. Three hours per week.

Cottingham, Carl L
clcottingham@salisbury.edu
BUAD 490-601 1149 Business Internship (Hybrid) - Burke Jr, William P.
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Intern experience in business or government. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in business or government. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
BUAD 490-602 1150 Business Internship (Hybrid) - Hickman, John N.
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Intern experience in business or government. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in business or government. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Hickman, John N.
jnhickman@salisbury.edu
CADR 400-701 1076 Practicum & Internship (Online) - La Chance Jr, Robert Michael
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Provides a supervised and mentored experience practicing conflict resolution in local, regional, national or international organizations. Students are required to design their own practicum experience with the assistance of conflict analysis and dispute resolution faculty in order to best suit their particular interests, career goals and aspirations. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and junior standing are required to register for the course. Must apply for the practicum experience the semester before registering for the class. May be taken twice for credit with a maximum of 4 credits toward the CADR major. Two or Three hours per week with enhancement.

La Chance Jr, Robert Michael
rmlachance@salisbury.edu
CADR 405-702 1074 Special Topics (Online) - Ozoke, Vitus A.
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Presents communication and problem solving theories relevant to conflict analysis and intervention. Focuses primarily on the human and emotional aspects of conflict and is highly pragmatic in nature focusing on communication and conflict resolution skills and models in a practice-based approach. May be taken twice under different subtitles. Prerequisites: CADR 200. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This course introduces students to the conflict condition commonly known as “terrorism”, and the various challenges that nation states face as they deal with terrorist challenges. The course will be structured on a two-track approach. The first track of the course is both conceptual and definitional, in which we seek to understand terrorism on a rather theoretic level. It will involve an exploration of the ways terrorism is defined in legal, policy, and research terms. Such questions as: what perspectives of international relations and conflict resolution theories best capture the phenomenon of terrorism in today’s international environment – Francis Fukuyama’s end of history, Samuel Huntington’s clash of civilizations, or Thomas Friedman’s impact of globalization? It will also cover issues of broad terrorist strategies and specific terrorist tactics. The second track of the course will focus on counterterrorism. We will critically review the different approaches adopted by nation states in counteracting terrorism. What is the policy of the United States toward terrorism? What is the policy of other countries and the United Nations toward terrorism? How do states shield their citizens and homeland from terrorist attacks? What international treaties exist to prevent and combat terrorism? We will look into such topics as propaganda wars and psychological operations (psyops), deterrence, incident response, media (including the internet and social media), military tactics, homeland security, law enforcement, counterinsurgency, and state and institutional building/peacekeeping. Prerequisite: None

Ozoke, Vitus A.
vaozoke@salisbury.edu
CADR 405-703 1075 Special Topics (Online) - Koko, Jacques L.
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Presents communication and problem solving theories relevant to conflict analysis and intervention. Focuses primarily on the human and emotional aspects of conflict and is highly pragmatic in nature focusing on communication and conflict resolution skills and models in a practice-based approach. May be taken twice under different subtitles. Prerequisites: CADR 200. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This course will be on school conflict resolution. It focuses on how to deal with such issues as bullying and roommate conflict from the perspective of conflict resolution and create a safe and peaceful school environment. The course will help respond to the needs of our students who are interested in working in the school environment. If you plan to work in the school system as conflict resolution expert, as a teacher or staff, it is a good course for you to take.

Koko, Jacques L.
jlkoko@salisbury.edu
CADR 640-701 1249 Field Practicum I (Online) - Koko, Jacques L.
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An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

Koko, Jacques L.
jlkoko@salisbury.edu
CADR 640-702 1250 Field Practicum I (Online) - Koko, Jacques L.
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An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

Koko, Jacques L.
jlkoko@salisbury.edu
CADR 641-701 1318 Field Practicum Ii (Online) - Koko, Jacques L.
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An advanced self-guided practicum. Students may continue their practicum experience in CADR 640 or create a new practicum experience with faculty approval. The course will require an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final product. Prerequisite: CADR 640. Five-six hours per week.

Koko, Jacques L.
jlkoko@salisbury.edu
CADR 651-701 1297 Professional Development (Online) - Koko, Jacques L.
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A seminar that helps execute a professional development project. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to execute a professional development project must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their project prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 610 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Koko, Jacques L.
jlkoko@salisbury.edu
CMAT 100-701 1242 Fund Of Communication (Online) - Kjeldsen, Joan Bromhall
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Surveys the skills necessary to articulate oneself effectively in a variety of communication settings. Topics include interpersonal relationship, formal and informal groups, and public forums with a primary focus on basic presentation skills. Designed for non-communication arts majors and minors. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA and IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Kjeldsen, Joan Bromhall
jbkjeldsen@salisbury.edu
CMAT 101-701 1255 Intro To Human Comm Studies (Online) - Mullins, Darrell G.
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Introduction to the basic principles and theories of human communication. Explores contexts such as interpersonal relationships, small groups, organizations, intercultural interaction and public speaking. In each context, practice skills of effective communication while gaining understanding of the relevant theories and research that are foundational to the discipline. Designed for communication arts majors and minors. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA and IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Mullins, Darrell G.
dgmullins@salisbury.edu
CMAT 102-601 1243 Introduction To Mass Media (Hybrid) - Burton, James A
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Theory, history, structure and functions of mass media (print, film, recording, radio, television, new media), advertising, journalism and public relations. Students may not receive credit for both CMAT 110 and CMAT 102. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

***This is a HYBRID course and will meet in person on 6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 6/27 and 7/8 in TE 151 from 12:00PM - 2:00PM.***

Burton, James A
jaburton@salisbury.edu
CMAT 131-701 1306 Writing For Media (Online) - Newton, Darrell M.
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Fundamentals of writing for media, including basic script formats and other forms of media content including public service announcements, advertisements, continuity, public relations materials, news and dramas. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 102 or 103. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Newton, Darrell M.
dmnewton@salisbury.edu
CMAT 240-701 1246 Intro To Journalism & Pr (Online) - Cox, Jennifer B
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Introduction to the basics of journalism and public relations. Focuses on developing an understanding of the professional practices of journalism and public relations and developing journalism and public relations writing skills. Prerequisites: C or better in CMAT 101 and 102. Three hour per week with enhancement.

Cox, Jennifer B
jbcox@salisbury.edu
CMAT 300-701 1241 Intercultural Comm (Online) - Horikami, Bryan K.
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Study of correctable communication problems caused by cultural differences. Analysis of problems from communication and cultural perspectives. Emphasis on ways to avoid and correct such problems. Does not satisfy General Education requirements. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Horikami, Bryan K.
bkhorikami@salisbury.edu
CMAT 308-701 1257 Interviewing (Online) - Egan, Christine N.
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Investigates interviewing situations based on giving and/or getting information and influencing the behavior of others through persuasion. Includes exercises demonstrating most commonly used forms of the interview. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 101 and CMAT 102. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Egan, Christine N.
cnegan@salisbury.edu
CMAT 390-701 1256 Sp Top Human Comm Studies (Online) - Egan, Christine N.
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Study in interpersonal, organizational or public communication process and messages. May be taken twice under different subtitles. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.

SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN COMMUNICATION STUDIES: TECHNOLOGY AND RELATIONSHIPS: Robot companions for the elderly? Computer programs replacing counseling? Texting your roommate in the next room? Communication technologies alter our relationships with automation, with other people, and with our own minds. High-tech humans are now more connected and yet more alone. Explore the complex impact of interactive technology on human relationships. CMAT 390 Special Topics are a study in interpersonal, organizational or public communication process and messages. May be taken twice under different subtitles.

Egan, Christine N.
cnegan@salisbury.edu
DANC 202-701 1328 Dance Appreciation (Online) - Hutchinson, Victoria V.
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Study of traditions of dance in communities around the world; provide perspective for understanding and appreciating the function of dance in human societies. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008:IB).

Hutchinson, Victoria V.
vvhutchinson@salisbury.edu
ECON 150-701 1055 Principles Of Economics (Online) - Chambers, Silvana S
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A general introduction to economic ideas and analysis with emphasis on economic institutions and processes in the context of a market economy. Includes basic discussion of micro-economic and macroeconomic topics including economic decision making in the context of scarce resources, price theory, monetary and fiscal policy, etc. This course is intended for nonbusiness majors. This course cannot be taken concurrently with or after having completed ECON 211 or 212. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

A general introduction to economic ideas and analysis with emphasis on economic institutions and processes in the context of a market economy. Includes basic discussion of micro-economic and macroeconomic topics including economic decision making in the context of scarce resources, price theory, monetary and fiscal policy, etc. This course is intended for nonbusiness majors. This course cannot be taken concurrently with or after having completed ECON 211 or 212. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 211-701 1056 Micro-economic Principles (Online) - Chambers, Dustin L.
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Introduction to the ideas and tools economists use to understand human behavior constrained by scarce resources. Analytical tools introduced include supply and demand analysis, elasticities, models of perfect and imperfect competition. These tools will be used to study topics such as consumer and producer decision making, taxation, environmental quality and health care. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Introduction to the ideas and tools economists use to understand human behavior constrained by scarce resources. Analytical tools introduced include supply and demand analysis, elasticities, models of perfect and imperfect competition. These tools will be used to study topics such as consumer and producer decision making, taxation, environmental quality and health care. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 212-701 1057 Macro-economic Principles (Online) - Chambers, Dustin L.
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Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 490-701 1284 Economics Internship (Online) - Yao, Hong
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Intern experience in economics. Prerequisites: Business economics major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE Office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Yao, Hong
hxyao@salisbury.edu
EDCI 722-610 1082 Perspectives In Theory (Hybrid) - Imbrenda, Jon-Philip
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Advances study of theoretical, cultural and social perspectives on education. Examines teaching as situated within particular social contexts and as affected by cultural structures. School-based observation proceeds in concert with theoretical study to provide empirical grounding, scrutiny and synthesis of perspectives. Prerequisite: Admission to Ed.D. program. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with face-to-face meetings scheduled on: June 7, 14, 21 and July 7th.

Imbrenda, Jon-Philip
jimbrenda@salisbury.edu
EDCI 746-610 1090 Diversity, Lit & New Media (Hybrid) - Bond, Ernest L.
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Examines theoretical and practical understandings of culturally responsive literacy practices, with an emphasis on expanding knowledge of children’s and young adult literature and informational texts. Examines the potential use of both traditional and new media formats across the curriculum. Develops and applies understanding and appreciation of multicultural, multilingual and diverse literature. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, EDCI 700. Three hours per week.

Face-to-face meeting dates TBD.

Bond, Ernest L.
elbond@salisbury.edu
EDCI 748-701 1081 Lang, Literacy & Represent (Online) - Kim, Koomi J
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Investigates speaking, listening, reading, writing, viewing and visually representing as tools to demonstrate thinking and learning across the curriculum. Provides strategies for teachers to encourage higher order thinking in content learning in P-12 classrooms through student-as-researcher models of inquiry-based learning. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, EDCI 700. Three hours per week.

Kim, Koomi J
kjkim@salisbury.edu
EDCI 750-610 1083 Literacy Pol & Prac Analysis (Hybrid) - Andes, Laurie A.
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Examines the history of literacy paradigm shifts that influence global, national, state and local policies. Critically evaluates policy impact on literacy practices in schools and classrooms. Develops recommendations that empower educators to make instructional decisions that meet the literacy needs of diverse students in contemporary contexts. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, EDCI 700. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with face-to-face meeting dates on: June 6, 8, 12, 20, and 27, 2016.

Andes, Laurie A.
laandes@salisbury.edu
EDCI 800-610 1145 Research Seminar I: Lit Review (Hybrid) - Franzak, Judith K
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Guided research seminar for completion of a comprehensive literature review that will lead to a pilot project and dissertation proposal. Established as a Literacy Scholar Community (LSC) in which students are mentored in authentic research and academic writing discourses as they explore a significant literacy issue from their community of practice. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, permission of Ed.D. director.

Dates/Times TBD.

Franzak, Judith K
jkfranzak@salisbury.edu
EDLD 514-701 1360 Align Curr, Instr & Assessmnt (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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equips candidates with skills to become educational leaders who have the knowledge and ability to promote the success of all students by providing an effective instructional program, monitoring the alignment of curriculum, instruction and assessment and applying best practices to student learning. Three hours per week.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 550-701 1085 Leadership & Change (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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Focuses on the need for educational leaders to develop the knowledge and ability to promote the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a school vision. Emphasis is placed upon the use of collaboration to develop a culture of learning focusing upon the change process and continuous improvement. Prerequisite: EDLD 516. Three hours per week.

This section for SU main campus students.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 550-702 1086 Leadership & Change (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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Focuses on the need for educational leaders to develop the knowledge and ability to promote the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a school vision. Emphasis is placed upon the use of collaboration to develop a culture of learning focusing upon the change process and continuous improvement. Prerequisite: EDLD 516. Three hours per week.

This section for students taking classes at the ESHEC location.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 552-701 1106 Dvrsity/grp Dynamcs In Sch Adm (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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Study of diversity and group development within educational settings. Emphasis is placed on diverse communities, collaboration, decision making and communication theory and the development of programs that address student diversity, community relations and the media. Prerequisites: EDLD 516, EDLD 517. Three hours per week.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 552-702 1107 Dvrsity/grp Dynamcs In Sch Adm (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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Study of diversity and group development within educational settings. Emphasis is placed on diverse communities, collaboration, decision making and communication theory and the development of programs that address student diversity, community relations and the media. Prerequisites: EDLD 516, EDLD 517. Three hours per week.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDUC 210-701 1319 School In A Diverse Society (Online) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
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Sociological, historical and philosophical approach to the role of the school in an increasingly diverse society. Emphasis on development of knowledge, values and skills needed to live, learn, interact and work in a global society. Field experience required. Credit cannot be received for both EDUC 210 and 305. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
EDUC 491-601 1383 Independent Study (Hybrid) - Pope IV, Alexander
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Permits self-study of problems not considered in other courses. May be taken twice under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Approval of course instructor and department chair.

Pope IV, Alexander
axpope@salisbury.edu
EDUC 504-610 1179 Diversity In A Democracy (Hybrid) - Andes, Jon M
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Examination of contemporary cultural diversity within the United States educational environments. Special attention given to cultural problems and issues that influence opportunities and performance in educational institutions. Human relations skills considered for improving success within culturally diverse populations. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with face-to-face classes scheduled: June 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 and July 6, 2016.

Andes, Jon M
jmandes@salisbury.edu
EDUC 510-610 1078 Sem: Recent Issues In Educ (Hybrid) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
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Analysis of selected issues in education. Students required to survey and critically evaluate pertinent research on at least one issue. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
EDUC 531-610 1087 Creativity & Arts In Educ (Hybrid) - Terrill, Brandy J.
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The arts are a vital element in education. Numerous studies from the past decade suggest that the arts increase student achievement. Explore those studies and the understanding of the brain research behind creativity and arts integration in education through readings, discussion and analyses of multiple texts. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study. Three hours per week.

Terrill, Brandy J.
bjterrill@salisbury.edu
EDUC 545-701 1219 Lrn, Instr & Asmt In The Sch (Online) - Beegle, Gwen P.
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Identification of classroom problems and issues related to and involving instruction, learning and student assessment; the development and application of strategies to aid in resolving issues and solving problems; the coordination of student characteristics and environmental factors to improve the quality of learning experiences in the schools; and the exploration of the relationship between assessment and instruction. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate studies. Three hours per week.

Beegle, Gwen P.
gpbeegle@salisbury.edu
EDUC 571-701 1252 Web-based Teach & Learn (Online) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
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Examines the use of emerging Web-based technologies that enhance learning environments. Develops pedagogy to use Web-based tools that promote collaborative projects, global correspondence with teachers and students, gathering and analyzing data, and conducting research in K-16 learning environments. Prerequisites: Admission to graduate study, EDUC 570 and basic computer skills (file management, word processing, Web-based coummincation and research skills). Three hours per week.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
EDUC 590-610 1251 Seminar In Education (Hybrid) - Cheng, Christopher W
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Topics vary semester to semester. May be taken twice under different course subtitles. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

This is a hybrid course. Meets in classroom July 11-14, July 18-21 and then the remaining weeks will be online.

Cheng, Christopher W
cwcheng@salisbury.edu
EDUC 592-701 1088 Spec Topics In Technology (Online) - Royer, Regina D.
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Focuses on specific content areas and investigates strategies for integrating technology into performance-based teaching and learning to enhance student achievement. Students design performance-based teaching and assessment tasks that integrate technology into curriculum. Topics and issues will change to focus on different subject areas. May be repeated once under different topic. Prerequisites: Enrollment in the master’s track or the Certificate for Advanced Study: Teaching and Learning with Technology track, EDUC 571, 589. Three hours per week.

This course will examine formative assessment that truly informs and technology tools and strategies that can support it. This course is designed for K-12 certified teachers.

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
EDUC 665-701 1077 Internship In Post-sec Educ (Online) - Wagner, Diana Mae
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Supervised, on-site field experiences and a series of seminars with other interns. Experimental learning enhanced by guided readings, interaction with professional practitioners, participation in activities of the host agency, completion of a major project and seminar discussions. Prerequisite: Consent of M.Ed. coordinator.

Wagner, Diana Mae
dmwagner@salisbury.edu
EDUC 691-610 1370 Direct Independent Study (Hybrid) - Pope IV, Alexander
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Permits self-study of problems not considered in other courses. May be taken twice under different course subtitles. Prerequisites: Approval of course instructor and M.Ed. coordinator, EDUC 502 and 6 additional graduate credits.

Pope IV, Alexander
axpope@salisbury.edu
ELED 318-701 1264 Computers In Education (Online) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
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Overview of the role of computers in education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning operations and educational functions in the pre-K-12 classroom. ELED 318 is crosslisted with SCED 318. May not receive credit for EDUC 318, ELED 318 and SCED 318. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
ELED 390-610 1365 Studies In Elementary Educ (Hybrid) - Cheng, Christopher W
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Focused study of a particular topic, trend and/or issue relevant to elementary education. May be taken twice under different course titles. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course. Meets in classroom July 11-14, July 18-21 and then the remaining weeks will be online.

Cheng, Christopher W
cwcheng@salisbury.edu
ENGL 302-701 1372 Internship In English I (Online) - Wood, Adam H.
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Provides students practical experience in using English course skills through work in a business, public service agency or professional office. A maximum of four credits may be applied to English major. May be taken for a maximum of four hours credit. May not receive credit for both ENGL 339 and ENGL 302. Prerequisites: ENGL 102 or 103; junior standing; English major or minor with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA; written permission of department chair.

Wood, Adam H.
ahwood@salisbury.edu
ENGL 383-610 1122 African-american Lit Ii (Hybrid) - Logan, April C
[+]
Study of major African-American literature from the Harlem Renaissance to present. May include such writers as Hughes, Hurston, Wright, Ellison, Petry, Madhubuti, Sanchez, Morrison, Walker, Wilson, Jones and Trethewey. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 102 or 103. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IB.

As an online hybrid course, some of the classes will be replaced and supported by online assignments on MyClasses/Canvas.

Logan, April C
aclogan@salisbury.edu
ENGL 433-701 1117 Language & Culture (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
Linguistics approach to the peculiar relationship between a language and the cultural total of which the language is a part. Examines language variations within a community according to gender, age, geography, ethnicity, socioeconomic class and level of education. Considers the educational, political and economic implications. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 103. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 535-702 1118 Language & Culture (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
Emphasizes a linguistic approach to the peculiar relationship between a language and the cultural total of which the language is a part. It examines language variations within a community according to gender, age, geography, ethnicity, socioeconomic class and education, while considering the educational, political and economic implications. Specifically, this course should be considered an exploration of the study of language in its social setting. This course is for graduate credit only. Three hours per week.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
EXSC 480-701 1229 Exercise Science Seminar (Online) - Mazzetti, Scott A.
[+]
Review of the American College of Sports Medicine’s knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) for a Health-Fitness Specialist (HFS). Exercise science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. Prepares students for the American College of Sports Medicine’s HFS examination. Prerequisites: EXSC 333, 344 and must have at least 100 credits. Two hours per week.

Mazzetti, Scott A.
samazzetti@salisbury.edu
EXSC 480-702 1234 Exercise Science Seminar (Online) - Mazzetti, Scott A.
[+]
Review of the American College of Sports Medicine’s knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) for a Health-Fitness Specialist (HFS). Exercise science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. Prepares students for the American College of Sports Medicine’s HFS examination. Prerequisites: EXSC 333, 344 and must have at least 100 credits. Two hours per week.

Mazzetti, Scott A.
samazzetti@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-701 1052 Financial Management (Online) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-702 1271 Financial Management (Online) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 447-701 1053 International Financ Manag (Online) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Analysis of the foreign exchange markets, exchange rate behavior and risk management, international trade financing, country risk analysis, international banking and the role of direct foreign investment. Prerequisite: B or better in FINA 311. Three hours per week.

Analysis of the foreign exchange markets, exchange rate behavior and risk management, international trade financing, country risk analysis, international banking and the role of direct foreign investment. Prerequisite: B or better in FINA 311. Three hours per week.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 490-701 1049 Finance Internship (Online) - Manakyan, Herman
[+]
Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Manakyan, Herman
hxmanakyan@salisbury.edu
FINA 490-702 1050 Finance Internship (Online) - Manakyan, Herman
[+]
Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Manakyan, Herman
hxmanakyan@salisbury.edu
FREN 101-701 1092 Elementary French I (Online) - Kew, Claire F.
[+]
Beginning spoken and written French with emphasis on the sound system and the basic structures of the language. Any student with two or more years of high school French or equivalent experience is ineligible for this course without expressed permission of the instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Kew, Claire F.
cfkew@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-610 1130 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-613 1131 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Requires the use of the Polar Beat app and Bluetooth-enabled Smartphone to record activity. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-620 1132 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - Armstrong, Grady
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

Armstrong, Grady
gxarmstrong@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-623 1133 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - Armstrong, Grady
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION on July 11th from 6pm til 7:30pm in Maggs 205 to receive heart rate monitor. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Armstrong, Grady
gxarmstrong@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-710 1353 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

****SU/UMUC Europe Only**** Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-713 1354 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. Four per week. Meets General Education V.

****SU/UMUC Europe Only**** Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Satellite Students ONLY. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
GEOG 141-701 1024 Current Issues In Earth Sci (Online) - Zaprowski, Brent J.
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Teaches non-science majors how to critically evaluate contemporary Earth Science topics of public interest as reported in the media. Learn about the science behind issues such as terminology, processes, data analysis and underlying assumptions. Differing viewpoints and ethical considerations are discussed. Two hours lecture, two hours discussion per week. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).

ONLINE class only

Zaprowski, Brent J.
bjzaprowski@salisbury.edu
GEOG 515-701 1127 Selected Problems (Online) - Scott, Michael S.
[+]
Independent study permitting research or in-depth work on a selected topic to be indicated on student’s transcript. May be taken twice for credit under different subtitles. Intended for seniors with 18 or more hours in geography. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: Consent of department review committee.

Scott, Michael S.
msscott@salisbury.edu
GEOG 519-701 1128 Advanced Gis (Online) - Scott, Michael S.
[+]
Study of current theories and development trends in GIS technology. Emphasis on hands-on working knowledge utilizing ARC/INFO software. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Register for lab section 711 for automatic enrollment in lecture section 701.

Scott, Michael S.
msscott@salisbury.edu
GEOG 519-711 1129 Advanced Gis (Online) - Scott, Michael S.
[+]
Study of current theories and development trends in GIS technology. Emphasis on hands-on working knowledge utilizing ARC/INFO software. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Register for lab section 711 for automatic enrollment in lecture section 701.

Scott, Michael S.
msscott@salisbury.edu
GEOG 650-701 1126 Capstone Gis Seminar (Online) - Lembo, Arthur J.
[+]
Summarizes and synthesizes the skills, knowledge, and experience gained in the program. Students review a peer GIS implementation project, organizing and completing an assessment of the likelihood that the project achieved its goals. In addition, students support their analyses using the most current literature regarding GIS and Public Administration, emphasizing their particular area of interest. Prerequisite: GEOG 640. Three hours per week

Lembo, Arthur J.
ajlembo@salisbury.edu
HLTH 230-601 1168 Chronic & Communic Disease (Hybrid) - Nobiling, Brandye D.
[+]
Overview of chronic and communicable diseases. Examination of the processes used in modern society to assist in the identification, prevention and control of disease. Emphasis placed on information and concepts required as foundation knowledge for school health educators. Three hours per week.

Nobiling, Brandye D.
bdnobiling@salisbury.edu
HLTH 401-701 1169 Community Health (Online) - Gibbs, Lincoln A
[+]
Study of the community dynamics as it affects the health status of community residents. Examine the role that various agencies, policies and practices have in maintaining optimal health and well-being of community members. Emphasis placed on information and concepts required as foundation knowledge for school and community health educators. Prerequisite: HLTH 120. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Gibbs, Lincoln A
lagibbs@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-601 1208 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Burke Jr, William P.
[+]
Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-701 1209 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
[+]
Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
INFO 490-601 1212 Information Syst Internship (Hybrid) - Chandrashekar, Sumathy
[+]
Professional work experience in information systems. Prerequisites: Junior status, Information Systems major, placement approval and permissions of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to the Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Professional work experience in information systems. Prerequisites: Junior status, Information Systems major, placement approval and permissions of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to the Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Chandrashekar, Sumathy
sxchandrashekar@salisbury.edu
INFO 494-701 1280 Directed Study In Info Syst (Online) - Anderson, Laura E.
[+]
Intensive research or study of a selected topic in management information systems. May be used as an information systems elective if approved by the department chair. May be repeated once for credit under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Junior standing and consent of instructor prior to registration.

Anderson, Laura E.
leanderson@salisbury.edu
INFO 494-702 1281 Directed Study In Info Syst (Online) - Cha, Hoon S.
[+]
Intensive research or study of a selected topic in management information systems. May be used as an information systems elective if approved by the department chair. May be repeated once for credit under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Junior standing and consent of instructor prior to registration.

Cha, Hoon S.
hscha@salisbury.edu
INFO 615-701 1213 Project Management (Online) - Anderson, Laura E.
[+]
Essential concepts in project management taking a socio-technical perspective, incorporating both technical (e.g., scheduling, budgeting, tracking) and interpersonal (e.g., teams, motivation, communication) aspects of project management. Addresses all phases of project management from planning to closing. Includes project management simulation, hnads-on use of project management software and planning for a real-world project. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Three hours per week.

Essential concepts in project management taking a socio-technical perspective, incorporating both technical (e.g., scheduling, budgeting, tracking) and interpersonal (e.g., teams, motivation, communication) aspects of project management. Addresses all phases of project management from planning to closing. Includes project management simulation, hnads-on use of project management software and planning for a real-world project. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Three hours per week.

Anderson, Laura E.
leanderson@salisbury.edu
INFO 686-701 1214 Database Process & Mgmt (Online) - Cha, Hoon S.
[+]
Essential concepts in database management, including database processing, data modeling, relational database design, and implementation. Includes project management methods, hands-on use of database tools, SQL, and a team project requiring on-line collaboration. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, computer literacy and MS Office tools. Three hours per week.

Essential concepts in database management, including database processing, data modeling, relational database design, and implementation. Includes project management methods, hands-on use of database tools, SQL, and a team project requiring on-line collaboration. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, computer literacy and MS Office tools. Three hours per week.

Cha, Hoon S.
hscha@salisbury.edu
MGMT 320-701 1146 Manag & Organiz Behavior (Online) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
[+]
Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
MGMT 320-702 1147 Manag & Organiz Behavior (Online) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
[+]
Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
MGMT 320-703 1148 Manag & Organiz Behavior (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
[+]
Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Study of the general nature, behavior and functions of organization and management in business. Emphasis on planning, organizing, leading, motivating and controlling. Major Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in ECON 150 or 211 or 212. Corequisite: BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
MGMT 325-701 1151 Business & Society (Online) - Brown Jr, Marvin O.
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Addresses social and ethical problems facing business today. Ethical principles and problem solving models are applied to issues of profit maximization, workplace diversity, consumerism, risk management, product liability, government-business interface, environmental economics, global business, financial management and other key business areas. Focus is on analyzing these problems and developing alternative ethical solutions through case studies, formal debates and class discussions. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. Prerequisites: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Addresses social and ethical problems facing business today. Ethical principles and problem solving models are applied to issues of profit maximization, workplace diversity, consumerism, risk management, product liability, government-business interface, environmental economics, global business, financial management and other key business areas. Focus is on analyzing these problems and developing alternative ethical solutions through case studies, formal debates and class discussions. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. Prerequisites: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Brown Jr, Marvin O.
mobrown@salisbury.edu
MGMT 325-702 1152 Business & Society (Online) - Cottingham, Carl L
[+]
Addresses social and ethical problems facing business today. Ethical principles and problem solving models are applied to issues of profit maximization, workplace diversity, consumerism, risk management, product liability, government-business interface, environmental economics, global business, financial management and other key business areas. Focus is on analyzing these problems and developing alternative ethical solutions through case studies, formal debates and class discussions. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. Prerequisites: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Addresses social and ethical problems facing business today. Ethical principles and problem solving models are applied to issues of profit maximization, workplace diversity, consumerism, risk management, product liability, government-business interface, environmental economics, global business, financial management and other key business areas. Focus is on analyzing these problems and developing alternative ethical solutions through case studies, formal debates and class discussions. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. Prerequisites: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Cottingham, Carl L
clcottingham@salisbury.edu
MGMT 490-601 1153 Management Internship (Hybrid) - Hickman, John N.
[+]
Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Hickman, John N.
jnhickman@salisbury.edu
MGMT 490-602 1154 Management Internship (Hybrid) - Darnell, Lynnette
[+]
Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Darnell, Lynnette
lxdarnell@salisbury.edu
MGMT 490-603 1166 Management Internship (Hybrid) - Donaway, Tammy Lynn
[+]
Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Donaway, Tammy Lynn
tldonaway@salisbury.edu
MKTG 330-701 1173 Princ Of Marketing Mgmt (Online) - Poddar, Amit
[+]
Survey of basic marketing concepts and principles from a managerial perspective. Topics include the marketing concept, environment and demand analysis, marketing mix (product, price distribution and promotion) and an introduction to marketing strategy and international marketing. Major Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: Completion of 56 credit hours of college courses and ECON 150 or 211 or 212 with C or better. Three hours per week.

Survey of basic marketing concepts and principles from a managerial perspective. Topics include the marketing concept, environment and demand analysis, marketing mix (product, price distribution and promotion) and an introduction to marketing strategy and international marketing. Major Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: Completion of 56 credit hours of college courses and ECON 150 or 211 or 212 with C or better. Three hours per week.

Poddar, Amit
axpoddar@salisbury.edu
MKTG 330-702 1174 Princ Of Marketing Mgmt (Online) - Poddar, Amit
[+]
Survey of basic marketing concepts and principles from a managerial perspective. Topics include the marketing concept, environment and demand analysis, marketing mix (product, price distribution and promotion) and an introduction to marketing strategy and international marketing. Major Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: Completion of 56 credit hours of college courses and ECON 150 or 211 or 212 with C or better. Three hours per week.

Survey of basic marketing concepts and principles from a managerial perspective. Topics include the marketing concept, environment and demand analysis, marketing mix (product, price distribution and promotion) and an introduction to marketing strategy and international marketing. Major Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: Completion of 56 credit hours of college courses and ECON 150 or 211 or 212 with C or better. Three hours per week.

Poddar, Amit
axpoddar@salisbury.edu
MKTG 490-601 1155 Marketing Internship (Hybrid) - Hentschel, Sandy E
[+]
Intern experience in marketing. May substitute for a marketing major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status, Marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in marketing. May substitute for a marketing major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status, Marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Hentschel, Sandy E
sehentschel@salisbury.edu
MKTG 490-602 1156 Marketing Internship (Hybrid) - Hentschel, Sandy E
[+]
Intern experience in marketing. May substitute for a marketing major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status, Marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in marketing. May substitute for a marketing major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status, Marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Hentschel, Sandy E
sehentschel@salisbury.edu
MUSC 114-701 1172 Music Appreciation (Online) - Nichols, Edward Yancey
[+]
A general historical survey of musical styles and genres from around the world. Topics may include Western classical music, non-Western cultures, folk music and jazz. May not be repeated for credit under different topics. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Nichols, Edward Yancey
eynichols@salisbury.edu
MUSC 221-701 1171 Blues: Roots Of Rock & Roll (Online) - English, Christopher W
[+]
The study of the development of blues as a song style and the effect it has on modern American music. Traces the historical origins and traditions that developed into a style of its own and the influence the Blues had on rock and roll, Gospel, Country, R&B, and Soul. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

English, Christopher W
cwenglish@salisbury.edu
NURS 405-610 1059 Nursing Extern Seminar (Hybrid) - DiBartolo, Mary C.
[+]
Discussions of timely topics in nursing and health care. Explores concerns in nursing career development including role conflict, role transition, and reality shock. Students refine skills in assertiveness, clinical decision making, time management, and conflict resolution. Prerequisite: NURS 350 and 351 with a C or better, or permission of instructor.

DiBartolo, Mary C.
mcdibartolo@salisbury.edu
NURS 511-601 1060 Adv Hlth: Clinical Practicum (Hybrid) - Alessandrini, Erica A.
[+]
Provides an opportunity for students to practice advanced health assessment skills on clients under the direction of a preceptor. Competencies in history-taking and physical examination skills essential for a problem-focused or comprehensive examination are demonstrated as an advanced practice nurse. Differential diagnoses are considered to determine the extent of the history and physical examination. Integrates evidence-based standards of care into practice. May not receive credit for NURS 511 and NURS 512. Prerequisite: Admission to the master’s program or consent of instructor, NURS 552. Prerequisite/Corequisite: NURS 552. FNP Corequisite: NURS 510. Eleven hours per week.

Alessandrini, Erica A.
eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu
PHEC 471-701 1259 Sport For Dev, Peace & Soc (Online) - Ravizza, Dean M.
[+]
Explore the contextual factors that facilitate the use of sport as a psychosocial and development intervention, apply related sociological and psychological theory, and examine current international programs that utilize sport for development and psychosocial programming. Provide the skills to identify steps involved in planning a sport program for addressing development, peace and social change issues. Prerequisite: ENGL 103; SOCI 101 or CADR 200. Three hours per week.

Explore the contextual factors that facilitate the use of sport as a psychosocial and development intervention, apply related sociological and psychological theory, and examine current international programs that utilize sport for development and psychosocial programming. Provide the skills to identify steps involved in planning a sport program for addressing development, peace and social change issues. Prerequisite: ENGL 103; SOCI 101 or CADR 200. Three hours per week.

Ravizza, Dean M.
dmravizza@salisbury.edu
POSC 540-701 1295 Public Administration (Online) - Surak, Sarah M
[+]
Study of the basic characteristics of modern American governmental bureaucracies, as well as the important issues public administrators face. Exploration of administrative and organizational theories. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: POSC 101 or 110. Three hours per week.

Surak, Sarah M
smsurak@salisbury.edu
PSYC 300-701 1002 Developmental Psychology (Online) - Patterson, Meredith M.
[+]
Survey of the characteristics of and theories explaining the physical, intellectual, social and emotional development of individuals throughout the life span. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Patterson, Meredith M.
mmpatterson@salisbury.edu
PSYC 301-701 1003 Biological Basis Behavior (Online) - Leaver, Echo E
[+]
Introduction to the biological basis of behavior with emphasis on the anatomy and physiology of nerve cells and the nervous system, the effects of drugs on the nervous system, and other introductory topics. Prerequisites: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Leaver, Echo E
eeleaver@salisbury.edu
PSYC 302-701 1004 Abnormal Psychology (Online) - Jung, Kyoung Rae
[+]
Survey of the etiology, diagnosis and prognosis of neuroses, psychoses, psychosomatic disorders, transient situational maladjustments and personality disorders, with discussions of various treatment approaches. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Jung, Kyoung Rae
kxjung@salisbury.edu
PSYC 306-701 1005 Social Psychology (Online) - Walter, Mark I.
[+]
Scientific study of the behavior and thought of individuals as a function of social stimuli. Topics include persuasion, social cognition, prejudice, attraction, aggression, pro-social behavior, and group processes. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Walter, Mark I.
miwalter@salisbury.edu
PSYC 306-702 1010 Social Psychology (Online) - Schlehofer Copper, Michele M
[+]
Scientific study of the behavior and thought of individuals as a function of social stimuli. Topics include persuasion, social cognition, prejudice, attraction, aggression, pro-social behavior, and group processes. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Schlehofer Copper, Michele M
mmschlehofer@salisbury.edu
PSYC 313-701 1006 Drugs & Behavior (Online) - Acocella, Cecilia M.
[+]
Examination of the use and misuse of drugs, both legal and illegal, from biological, historical, psychological, and social perspectives. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week.

Acocella, Cecilia M.
cmacocella@salisbury.edu
PSYC 320-702 1008 Psych Of Infan & Chldhd (Online) - Garmon, Lance C.
[+]
In-depth study of the implications of and issues surrounding the physical, intellectual, social and emotional development of children from conception to adolescence. Prerequisites: PSYC 101 or 30 credit hours. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Garmon, Lance C.
lcgarmon@salisbury.edu
PSYC 321-701 1007 Psych Of Adolescence (Online) - Garmon, Lance C.
[+]
Study of physical, emotional and social development of the adolescent. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Garmon, Lance C.
lcgarmon@salisbury.edu
PSYC 360-701 1108 Clinical/coun Psyc (Online) - Tomcho, Thomas J.
[+]
Introduction to methods, techniques and theories in the practice of clinical/counseling psychology in a variety of settings. Current problems and issues confronting clinical and counseling psychologists are investigated. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Tomcho, Thomas J.
tjtomcho@salisbury.edu
PSYC 407-702 1011 Psyc Of Personality (Online) - Chappell, Charisse D.
[+]
Survey of major theoretical approaches to the origin and development of human personality. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Chappell, Charisse D.
cdchappell@salisbury.edu
PSYC 446-702 1012 Fund Human Neuropsyc (Online) - Leaver, Echo E
[+]
Introduction to brain/behavior relationships with emphasis on patients with known brain damage. Examines types of brain damage, related loss of function, neuropsychological assessment and course of recovery. Prerequisites: PSYC 301, junior status. Three hours per week with enhancement

Leaver, Echo E
eeleaver@salisbury.edu
REED 500-701 1084 Research In Reading Educ (Online) - Wiencek, Barbara J
[+]
Introduction to elements of major research methodologies used in the study of education. Application of various methodologies in study of selected topics in reading field; evaluation of selected studies in reading education. Three hours per week.

Wiencek, Barbara J
bjwiencek@salisbury.edu
REED 520-610 1104 Lit For Children & Adolesc (Hybrid) - Clark, Shanetia P
[+]
Studies the works, topics and issues in literature written specifically for children and adolescents, with an emphasis on best practices in selecting and using authentic literature in a balanced instructional program. Especially pertinent to reading specialists in its K-12 perspective. For the purposes of this course, literature is defined broadly to encompass print, non-print and media sources of reading materials. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course which will meet face-to-face on the following dates: July 12, 13, 18, 25, 27 and August 1, 8 and 10, 2016.

Clark, Shanetia P
spclark@salisbury.edu
RUSS 101-601 1093 Elementary Russian I (Hybrid) - Paskova-Anderson, Lyubov A
[+]
Beginning spoken and written Russian with emphasis on the alphabet, sound system, basic structures of the language and contemporary culture. Any student with two or more years of high school Russian or equivalent experience is ineligible for this course without express permission of the instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Paskova-Anderson, Lyubov A
lapaskova@salisbury.edu
SOWK 200-791 1193 Intro Social Work & Welfar (Online) - Fleischer, Priscilla R
[+]
Introduction to social work as a profession. Examination of the social welfare system as society’s response to human need and structure for delivery of social services. Overview of fields of social welfare service and social work roles in each field. Twenty-five hours of volunteer service in a social agency required. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings .

Fleischer, Priscilla R
prfleischer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-691 1194 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Harper, Janine M
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is the main component. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Harper, Janine M
jmharper@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-791 1195 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Online) - Marvin, Jennifer Donoway
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is the main component. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

NLINE SECTIONS FOR EUROPE ***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Marvin, Jennifer Donoway
jlmarvin@salisbury.edu
SOWK 305-791 1200 Social Welfare Policy (Online) - Owens, Allessia P
[+]
Historical and analytical overview of social welfare policy in the United States. Selective examination of contemporary programs and services; analysis of policies; issues and problems; evaluation of programs and services for effectiveness. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 305-792 1321 Social Welfare Policy (Online) - Maddalozzo, Michelle A
[+]
Historical and analytical overview of social welfare policy in the United States. Selective examination of contemporary programs and services; analysis of policies; issues and problems; evaluation of programs and services for effectiveness. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Maddalozzo, Michelle A
mamaddalozzo@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-701 1364 Social Research Ii (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
Second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evalutate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 420, and 421. Three hours per week.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-791 1202 Social Research Ii (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
Second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evalutate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 420, and 421. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 483-701 1181 Sowk Prctce In Rural Envr (Online) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
[+]
Explore the unique problems and social needs of non-urban areas, particularly small towns and rural communities. Comprehend the social structure of such communities as well as the challenges of living in such areas, such as lack of, or remoteness of, resources, poverty and the need to seek alternative interventions to work with the client populations. Prerequisite: Junior or senior status or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

SOWK 483.701 RURAL SOCIAL WORK *NEW COURSE

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 483-702 1182 Sowk Prctce In Rural Envr (Online) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
[+]
Explore the unique problems and social needs of non-urban areas, particularly small towns and rural communities. Comprehend the social structure of such communities as well as the challenges of living in such areas, such as lack of, or remoteness of, resources, poverty and the need to seek alternative interventions to work with the client populations. Prerequisite: Junior or senior status or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

SOWK 481.702 RURAL SOCIAL WORK *NEW COURSE

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 484-701 1191 Social Work And The Law (Online) - Jewell, Jennifer R
[+]
Study of social welfare, family, consumer law and the legal authority of social agencies to make regulations. Guidelines for court testimony and rules of evidence presented. Three hours per week.

SOWK 484.701 SOCIAL WORK & THE LAW *NEW COURSE

Jewell, Jennifer R
jrjewell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 484-702 1192 Social Work And The Law (Online) - Jewell, Jennifer R
[+]
Study of social welfare, family, consumer law and the legal authority of social agencies to make regulations. Guidelines for court testimony and rules of evidence presented. Three hours per week.

SOWK 484.702 SOCIAL WORK & THE LAW *NEW COURSE

Jewell, Jennifer R
jrjewell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-610 1180 Special Topics (Hybrid) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

499.610 CHILDREN'S GRIEF AND BEREAVEMENT: CAMP SAFE HARBOR

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-701 1183 Special Topics (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

SOWK 499.701 Childrens Grief and Bereavement *NEW COURSE

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 599-610 1215 Special Topics (Hybrid) - Habeger, Amy Diane
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Three hours per week.

Course Title: Social Work in a Host Setting *Summer Session I - Hybrid course- Meetings will be required on June 14 and 28 from 6pm-9pm*

Habeger, Amy Diane
adhabeger@salisbury.edu
SOWK 599-611 1357 Special Topics (Hybrid) - Habeger, Amy Diane
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Three hours per week.

Habeger, Amy Diane
adhabeger@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-701 1189 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Venable, Victoria M
[+]
Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

SOWK 602.701 ETHICS *NEW COURSE

Venable, Victoria M
vmvenable@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-702 1190 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - McCabe, Karen L
[+]
Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

SOWK 602.702 ETHICS *NEW COURSE

McCabe, Karen L
klmccabe@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-791 1205 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Hill, Amanda Gail
[+]
Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Hill, Amanda Gail
aghill@salisbury.edu
SOWK 605-701 1362 Social Welf Pol: Fndt&struc (Online) - Owens, Allessia P
[+]
Emphasis on social welfare as an institution, social work as a profession, and both history and philosophy of social welfare as they have evolved and introduces the student to policy analysis. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 605-791 1201 Social Welf Pol: Fndt&struc (Online) - Owens, Allessia P
[+]
Emphasis on social welfare as an institution, social work as a profession, and both history and philosophy of social welfare as they have evolved and introduces the student to policy analysis. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 605-792 1322 Social Welf Pol: Fndt&struc (Online) - Maddalozzo, Michelle A
[+]
Emphasis on social welfare as an institution, social work as a profession, and both history and philosophy of social welfare as they have evolved and introduces the student to policy analysis. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Maddalozzo, Michelle A
mamaddalozzo@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-701 1363 Social Work Research Ii (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-791 1204 Social Work Research Ii (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-691 1196 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Harper, Janine M
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Harper, Janine M
jmharper@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-791 1197 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Online) - Marvin, Jennifer Donoway
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Marvin, Jennifer Donoway
jlmarvin@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-610 1184 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Hybrid) - Root, Vicki B.
[+]
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the recognition, assessment and intervention with persons who abuse substances. Attention is directed to the interactive effects of substance abuse on abusers, on other persons in the abusers' lives, and on society. Other topics explored in the course will include: models of chemical dependency, the dually-diagnosed client; and the comparison and contrast of selected models of intervention. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This class will meet one time on June 28, 2016 at 5pm. *Hybrid Section

Root, Vicki B.
vbroot@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-611 1185 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Hybrid) - Root, Vicki B.
[+]
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the recognition, assessment and intervention with persons who abuse substances. Attention is directed to the interactive effects of substance abuse on abusers, on other persons in the abusers' lives, and on society. Other topics explored in the course will include: models of chemical dependency, the dually-diagnosed client; and the comparison and contrast of selected models of intervention. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This class will meet one time on June 28, 2016 at 5pm. *Hybrid Section

Root, Vicki B.
vbroot@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-730 1203 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Online) - McCabe, Karen L
[+]
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the recognition, assessment and intervention with persons who abuse substances. Attention is directed to the interactive effects of substance abuse on abusers, on other persons in the abusers' lives, and on society. Other topics explored in the course will include: models of chemical dependency, the dually-diagnosed client; and the comparison and contrast of selected models of intervention. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

MSW Online Only. Seven Week Course.

McCabe, Karen L
klmccabe@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-701 1186 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Forte, James A.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

SOWK 663.701 SUPERVISION *NEW COURSE

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-702 1187 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Tossey, Marvin G.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

SOWK 663.702 SUPERVISION *NEW COURSE

Tossey, Marvin G.
mgtossey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-703 1188 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Mathews, Deborah A.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

SOWK 663.703 SUPERVISION *NEW COURSE

Mathews, Deborah A.
damathews@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-791 1207 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Forte, James A.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-792 1206 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Forte, James A.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 690-701 1371 Individual Directed Study (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
Enables students to pursue topics of their own choosing with the guidance and supervision of the faculty. Should not duplicate any course already offered by the department. Prerequisite: Graduate status. One to three hours per week.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
THEA 300-701 1329 History Of Theatre (Online) - Pfeiffer, Thomas P
[+]
Surveys the evolution of formal social theatre from ritual origins through the Renaissance. A social history of dramatic theory, plays and playwrights, production practices and performance styles, emphasizing their role as both product of and mirror to changing values, tastes, attitudes and customs. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC.

Pfeiffer, Thomas P
tppfeiffer@salisbury.edu
THEA 301-701 1140 History Of Theatre Ii (Online) - Pfeiffer, Thomas P
[+]
Surveys Western theatre from the Elizabethan period to the present. Examines the influence of non-Western forms and developing aesthetics of Early Modern drama. Connects the diverse social, political and philosophical forces that shape the theatre as an expression of the modern world. Prerequisite: THEA 300. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Pfeiffer, Thomas P
tppfeiffer@salisbury.edu

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