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ACCT 248-701 1029 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.

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
BIOL 101-601 1045 Fundamentals Of Biology (Hybrid) - Munasinghe, Kumudini A
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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 011 for automatic enrollment in lecture section 510. Intended for non-majors.

Munasinghe, Kumudini A
kamunasinghe@salisbury.edu
BIOL 105-701 1047 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).

ON LINE

Price, Dana Leigh
dlprice@salisbury.edu
BIOL 210-601 1048 Biology: Concept & Method (Hybrid) - Emmert, Elizabeth A. 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.

Emmert, Elizabeth A. B.
eaemmert@salisbury.edu
BIOL 217-701 1055 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).

This is an ON-LINE course. Prereq: Biol 101, 121, 122, 210 or 215.

Perkins, Wanda S.
wsperkins@salisbury.edu
BUAD 103-701 1037 Introduction To Business (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
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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.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
CADR 400-701 1174 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 400-702 1181 Practicum & Internship (Online) - Ozoke, Vitus A.
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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.

Ozoke, Vitus A.
vaozoke@salisbury.edu
CADR 405-701 1122 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 explores gender as a concept that shapes social and interactional perceptions. In this sense, gender functions as a prism through which people see others and are in turn seen by them. It proceeds on the theory that gender is socially constructed, and that social constructions of gender have served as justification for cultural, economic, political, psychological, and social violence. These constructions have also been used to delineate accepted rules of responsibility for violence and abuse, and to support and justify claims to unequal power and privilege. Several gender-based assumptions have served to create gender dichotomies when it comes to such subjects as war and peace, heroism, patriotism, innocence and vulnerability. Gendered images of war and violence have not only privileged men and boys as warriors, but they have also painted women and girls, not just as needing protection, but as natural objects of wartime violence, including forced rape, torture, mutilation, sexual slavery, forced impregnation, and murder. These gendered distinctions have also resulted in discriminatory policies. When equal treatment and opportunities in the military are not undercut by official policies on sexuality, such as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, they are hampered by gender-based policies that deny combat roles and associated career advancement opportunities to women. The course explores themes of gender equality, human rights, feminist activism, power and privilege, and their implications for conflict and conflict resolution. It covers diverse topics, such as gender-based violence in wartime, the experience of gay men and lesbians in militaries around the world, discriminatory and exclusionary policies that limit career advancement opportunities for women in diverse organizational settings, including the military. Prerequisite: None

Ozoke, Vitus A.
vaozoke@salisbury.edu
CADR 405-702 1123 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 explores the dynamic interaction between social media and conflict. It looks at both the good and the bad of social media relative to conflict and conflict resolution. It exposes social media both as a weapon of conflict and a tool for conflict resolution. For the most part, students will explore the different ways that social media can be utilized as a tool for fostering peace, promoting good governance, preventing, managing, and resolving conflict. Arguably, the original idea of the social media was to offer cyber platform for social networking. Myspace, Facebook, Tweeter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, WhatsApp, and countless others, were all designed for one thing and one thing only: social network. In other words, social media was intended as a peaceful and positive tool for social interaction. However, abundant evidence exists that indicate that social media has gone beyond its original intention. It has become a powerful force for both good and bad. Cyber bullying, some resulting in fatal casualties, has received major boost in the age of social media. Defamatory materials are continually trafficked on social media highway. Unfortunately, cyberspace, both by its nature and the ambiguous tension between national security and freedom of speech and information, has remained a difficult space for sovereign supervision and governance. Thus, social media has come to represent a contradiction that the field of conflict resolution is yet to gain an effective handle on. Perhaps, the most popular recognition of the social media as a tool and factor in conflict came in the uprisings that swept across some Arab nations (the so-called Arab Spring), beginning with Tunisia in 2010, and spreading through Oman, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Syria, and Morocco in 2011. So, while much of the attention in Washington and other power centers around the world has been focused on debating and understanding the role of social media in the Arab Spring and subsequent conflicts, the world has paid little to no attention to the quieter revolution going on around the globe in the use of the same social media at community levels as a conflict prevention, management, resolution, and violence mitigation tool. Some of the major trends in this direction include, fostering inter-ethnic dialogue, monitoring and managing elections, preventing gang violence, preventing resource disputes, constitution building, protesting violence, etc. this course is designed to shed light on these trends. Prerequisite: None

Ozoke, Vitus A.
vaozoke@salisbury.edu
CADR 640-701 1170 Field Practicum I (Online) - Polkinghorn, Brian D.
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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.

Polkinghorn, Brian D.
bdpolkinghorn@salisbury.edu
CMAT 100-701 1089 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 1086 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 1081 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 from 12pm - 3pm in TE 151 on the following dates: Tuesday, January 3; Friday, January 6; Friday, January 13; and Friday, January 20

Burton, James A
jaburton@salisbury.edu
CMAT 131-701 1082 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 205-701 1088 Interpersonal Comm (Online) - Trenary, Melany C.
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Study of the factors that motivate and determine communication or non-communication among individuals, of the psychological barriers and inducements to open communication and of the effects of these factors upon the people involved. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Trenary, Melany C.
mctrenary@salisbury.edu
CMAT 240-701 1085 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 390-701 1139 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.

Egan, Christine N.
cnegan@salisbury.edu
DANC 202-701 1108 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
DANC 360-701 1107 Teaching Dance (Online) - Hutchinson, Victoria V.
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Study applies dance pedagogy to practicum experience and develops a theoretical framework for the art and craft of teaching dance. Prerequisites: DANC 162, 167, 168 and dance minor status.Three hours per week with enhancement.

Practicum experience not required in fully online course

Hutchinson, Victoria V.
vvhutchinson@salisbury.edu
ECON 150-701 1094 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).

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 211-610 1140 Micro-economic Principles (Hybrid) - Munemo, Jonathan
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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).

Munemo, Jonathan
jxmunemo@salisbury.edu
ECON 212-701 1096 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).

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 212-702 1173 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).

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
EDUC 210-701 1125 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 500-701 1124 Hist, Phil & Soc Foundations (Online) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
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Selected topics in intellectual and educational history from the time of ancient Greece to the present. The relation of education to historic traditions and social trends. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
EDUC 570-701 1013 Currnt Issues In Educ Tech (Online) - Royer, Regina D.
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Examines selected current issues in educational technology. Focuses on on the impact of technology on schools and a global society, safety issues, the digital divide and the impact of distance learning. Introduces a framework for teacher knowledge for technology integration. Research topics and prepare multimedia presentations. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisites: Admission to graduate study and basic computer skills (file management, word processing, Web-based communication and researching skills). Three hours per week.

This is an ONLINE course that runs from January 3rd until January 30, 2017 and extends one week past the end of the Winter semester.

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
ELED 202-701 1127 Technology In Education (Online) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
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Emphasizes the role of technology for teaching and learning in pre-K-6 classrooms. Provides experiences with computer-based and mobile applications. Explores traditional and emerging technologies that enhance the learning experience for students, including digital images, video, Internet and interactive technologies as a means of developing meaningful learning experiences. Addresses Maryland state technology standards for teachers as well as national technology standards for teachers and students. Includes clinical experiences. Prerequisites: Declared elementary education, early childhood or double major. Must be taken during semester prior to applying to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Early Childhood and Double Major Corequisite: ECED 251. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
EMAT 501-610 1012 Devel & Learn Appl To Teach (Hybrid) - Genareo, Vincent R
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Examines theory and research in human development and learning psychology with application to teaching in contemporary middle and secondary schools. Emphasis on translating theory into practice by integrating field experiences, class work, student projects, assignments and exams. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A.T. program or consent of department chair. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with face-to-face meeting dates scheduled for January 3, 4, 5, 9, 16, 18, and 23, 2017.

Genareo, Vincent R
vrgenareo@salisbury.edu
ENGL 428-701 1103 Esol Tests & Measurements (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
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Focuses on present-day language theory and practice. Objectives are not only to increase students' skills in writing classroom language tests and assessing standardized instruments intended for second language learners, but also to improve their ability to evaluate language research in which testing plays a part. Prerequisites: ENGL 432 or 434 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 528-702 1104 Esol Tests & Measurements (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
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Introduces students to present-day language theory and practice. Objectives are not only to increase students’ skills in writing classroom language tests and assessing standardized instruments, but also to improve their ability to evaluate language research in which testing plays a part. Prerequisite: ENGL 532 or ENGL 534 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
EXSC 480-701 1073 Exercise Science Seminar (Online) - Mazzetti, Scott A.
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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.

Prerequisite: EXSC 333 and EXSC 344 and must have at least 100 credits. Exercise Science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. (P/F).

Mazzetti, Scott A.
samazzetti@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-701 1106 Financial Management (Online) - Khazeh, Khashayar
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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 1097 International Financ Manag (Online) - Khazeh, Khashayar
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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
FREN 101-701 1075 Elementary French I (Online) - Kew, Claire F.
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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 106-710 1059 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
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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. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor. 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 1060 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
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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. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours 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.

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-720 1061 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Armstrong, Grady
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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. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor. 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

Armstrong, Grady
gxarmstrong@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-723 1062 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Armstrong, Grady
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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. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours 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.

Armstrong, Grady
gxarmstrong@salisbury.edu
HLTH 230-701 1043 Chronic & Communic Disease (Online) - Nobiling, Brandye D.
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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
INFO 111-701 1167 Busi Microcomputer Use (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
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Laboratory course that familiarizes students with current end-user software such as word processors, spreadsheets and databases. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Two hours per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-601 1014 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Burke Jr, William P.
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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 1015 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
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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 494-701 1166 Directed Study In Info Syst (Online) - Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
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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.

Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
jekottemann@salisbury.edu
MGMT 320-701 1031 Manag & Organiz Behavior (Online) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
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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 1038 Manag & Organiz Behavior (Online) - Cottingham, Carl L
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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.

Cottingham, Carl L
clcottingham@salisbury.edu
MGMT 325-701 1032 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.

Brown Jr, Marvin O.
mobrown@salisbury.edu
MGMT 325-702 1033 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.

Brown Jr, Marvin O.
mobrown@salisbury.edu
MGMT 350-701 1039 Human Resources Manag (Online) - Martin, Linda Sines
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Study of management of human resources in organizations. Topics include recruiting, selecting, developing and compensating personnel; labor union relations; and development of personnel policy. Not open to students with credit for BUAD 427. May not receive credit for both MGMT 350 and 450. Prerequisite: MGMT 320. Three hours per week.

Martin, Linda Sines
lsmartin@salisbury.edu
MKTG 330-701 1034 Princ Of Marketing Mgmt (Online) - Poddar, Amit
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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 1035 Princ Of Marketing Mgmt (Online) - Poddar, Amit
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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 401-701 1036 Business Marketing (Online) - Cottingham, Carl L
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Study of concepts, techniques and problems in organizational marketing. Topics include organizational buying process, buyer-seller relationships, business market segmentation, market planning, sales forecasting and design of marketing mix strategies. Considers a variety of business marketing situations. Prerequisite. MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Cottingham, Carl L
clcottingham@salisbury.edu
MUSC 220-701 1129 Intro To World Music (Online) - Nichols, Edward Yancey
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Introduction to world musical traditions and practices, such as Africa, China, India, Japan, and the Americas. Ability to read music is not necessary. Open to non-music majors, music majors and minors. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education requirement IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

Nichols, Edward Yancey
eynichols@salisbury.edu
MUSC 221-701 1128 Blues: Roots Of Rock & Roll (Online) - English, Christopher W
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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
PHED 351-701 1057 Psychosocial Aspects Of Pe (Online) - Ravizza, Dean M.
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Interaction of physical education (sports) with the psychology and sociological development of the individual. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. May not receive credit for both PHED 351 and PHED 451. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.

May not receive credit for both PHEC 451 and PHED 451.

Ravizza, Dean M.
dmravizza@salisbury.edu
PHYS 108-711 1019 Introduction To Astronomy (Online) - Vazquez, Gerardo A
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Survey of modern astronomy for non-science majors. Basic physics concepts utilized to study the night sky, light, optics and telescopes, planets, the moon and sun, stars nebulae, galaxies and the universe. Some night observations required. May not be taken for credit if student already has credit for PHYS 109. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week. Meets General Education IVA or IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIA or IIIB).

Registering in this Section 711 will automatically enroll you in lecture section 210. The lecture is on campus and the LAB ONLY is online. First day of lab is on campus on January 3rd in HS 360, all other days are online. May not be taken for credit if student already has credit for PHYS 109.

Vazquez, Gerardo A
gavazquez@salisbury.edu
POSC 110-701 1138 American National Govt (Online) - Hoffman, Adam H.
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Comprehensive examination of the American political process which analyzes the role of the Constitution, the organization and function of the presidency, Congress, Supreme Court, political parties and interest groups and the distribution of power within American society. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Hoffman, Adam H.
ahhoffman@salisbury.edu
PSYC 300-701 1002 Developmental Psychology (Online) - Patterson, Meredith M.
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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 306-701 1008 Social Psychology (Online) - Walter, Mark I.
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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 313-701 1004 Drugs & Behavior (Online) - Acocella, Cecilia M.
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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 320-701 1007 Psych Of Infan & Chldhd (Online) - McCartney, Jason S.
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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).

McCartney, Jason S.
jsmccartney@salisbury.edu
PSYC 321-701 1011 Psych Of Adolescence (Online) - Garmon, Lance C.
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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 325-701 1009 Psyc Of Sexuality (Online) - Osman, Suzanne L.
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Scientific study of human sexuality. Topics include sexual physiology, behaviors and attitudes, love and sexual relationships, sexual health, sexual dysfunction, gender, and sexual coercion. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Osman, Suzanne L.
slosman@salisbury.edu
SCED 300-701 1126 Develop, Learning & Assess (Online) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
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Physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children (ages 3-18) with emphasis on adolescent development. Attention is given to student learning and assessment. Required field observation. Credit may not be received for both SCED 300 and ELED 304 or EDUC 300. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 481-701 1080 Teen Angst: Undrst Mtl Hlth (Online) - Hill, Amanda Gail
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Examines trends in adolescent mental health and risk-taking behavior, from both social work and public health perspectives. Explores risk and protective factors, as well as prevention and intervention techniques. Prerequisite: Junior or senior status or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Hill, Amanda Gail
aghill@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-701 1079 Special Topics (Online) - Jewell, Jennifer R
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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.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Jewell, Jennifer R
jrjewell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-701 1076 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Venable, Victoria M
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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.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Venable, Victoria M
vmvenable@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-702 1077 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
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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.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 677-703 1078 Child Welfare (Online) - Wright, Jennifer Owens
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Designed to prepare advanced-level students to be child welfare practitioners able to move beyond the protective focus to practice applications of prevention and change. The curriculum includes knowledge about human services for children, the values and philosophy of family preservation, trends in social welfare policy impacting children and their families, and the effects of gender, race and ethnicity on social work practice with children. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Wright, Jennifer Owens
jowright@salisbury.edu
THEA 300-701 1130 History Of Theatre (Online) - Pfeiffer, Thomas P
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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

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