Online Learning

Summer 2019 Online Courses
Subject Course CRN Description Credit Seats Remaining
May 20, 2019–June 07, 2019
JAZZ 2773 42606 History of Jazz (H) 3 45
MC 1143 41030 Media in a Diverse Society (DS) 3 65
PHIL 3623 43320 Philosophy of Race (DH) 3 45
PHIL 3920 43322 Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy (H) 3 45
PSYC 2583 41081 Developmental Psychology (S) 3 45
SC 3443 41091 Social Media 3 45
June 10, 2019–July 05, 2019
ART 3683 42795 History of 20th Century Art (HI) 3 32
ENGL 5140 43334 Intro to Corpus Linguistics 3 11
HIST 1103 43250 Survey of American History 3 45
POLS 1113 41378 American Government 3 56
POLS 3493 43293 Public Policy 3 45
PSYC 3033 41083 Psychology of Humor (S) 3 51
PSYC 4493 41086 History of Psychology: GR Credit 3 45
PSYC 4493 41511 History of Psychology 3 25
SOC 4213 43374 Sociology of Sexualities (S) 3 45
STAT 5013 41771 Statistics for Experimenters I 3 29
June 10, 2019–August 02, 2019
AFAM 3950 43380 Black Popular Culture 3 45
AMST 2103 40825 Introduction to American Studies (DH) 3 80
CDIS 2223 42631 Speech and Language Development 3 45
CDIS 4313 40874 Speech Science 3 45
CDIS 4423 40875 Neural Bases of Speech and Language 3 45
CHEM 1014 42548 Chemistry In Civilization (LN) 4 60
CHEM 1014 42548 Chemistry In Civilization (LN) 4 60
CHEM 1014 42548 Chemistry In Civilization (LN) 4 60
CS 1003 40893 Computer Proficiency 3 50
CS 2433 43352 C/C++ Programming 3 25
CS 3363 40897 Organization of Programming Languages 3 45
CS 3443 41967 Computer Systems 3 30
CS 4570 41871 Agile Development and Project Management 3 25
CS 4883 42611 Social Issues in Computing 3 16
CS 5070 41872 Agile Development and Project Management 3 25
ENGL 1113 40927 Composition I 3 19
ENGL 1213 40928 Composition II 3 19
ENGL 1213 40929 Composition II 3 19
ENGL 1213 40930 Composition II 3 19
ENGL 1213 42783 Composition II 3 19
ENGL 1213 42899 Composition II 3 19
ENGL 2413 40931 Conversations in Literature (DH) 3 30
ENGL 3203 42437 Advanced Composition 3 18
ENGL 3323 41365 Technical Writing 3 19
ENGL 3323 42066 Technical Writing 3 19
ENGL 3323 42666 Technical Writing 3 19
ENGL 3323 42774 Technical Writing 3 19
FLL 1000 40958 Special Studies in Foreign Languages and Literatures: Mvskoke I 3 45
FLL 1000 40959 Special Studies in Foreign Languages and Literatures: Mvskoke II 3 45
GEOG 3033 42428 Meteorology (N) 3 45
GEOG 3153 43373 Conservation of Natural Resources (S) 3 45
GEOG 4003 40969 Natural Hazards and Society 3 45
GEOL 3513 42680 Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Disasters (N) 3 45
GRMN 1713 42714 Elementary German I 3 25
GRMN 1813 42715 Elementary German II 3 25
GWST 2123 40970 Introduction to Gender Studies (DH) 3 70
HIST 1103 41007 Survey of American History 3 45
HIST 1103 43246 Survey of American History 3 45
HIST 1613 43247 Western Civilization to 1500 (H) 3 45
HIST 1623 43278 Western Civilization after 1500 (H) 3 45
HIST 3333 43248 History of the Second World War (HI) 3 65
HIST 3663 41010 Robber Barons and Reformers: U.S. History, 1877-1919 (H) 3 45
HIST 3683 41011 United States History Since 1945 (DH) 3 65
JAZZ 2773 42374 History of Jazz (H) 3 45
MATH 4023 41021 Introduction to Analysis: GR Credit 3 10
MATH 4023 41022 Introduction to Analysis 3 25
MC 4143 41034 Ethics and Issues in Mass Communications 3 45
MUSI 2573 41074 Introduction to Music (H) 3 45
MUSI 2763 41075 History of Rock and Roll (H) 3 65
MUSI 3573 41076 America’s Ethnic Music (DH) 3 45
MUSI 3583 41077 Traditional World Music (HI) 3 90
PBIO 3273 43018 Medical Botany (N) 3 45
PHIL 1213 41078 Philosophies of Life (H) 3 75
PHIL 1313 41079 Logic and Critical Thinking (A) 3 45
PHIL 3433 43319 Happiness and Well-being (H) 3 45
PHIL 3773 43321 Social Media Today (H) 3 45
POLS 1113 41080 American Government 3 45
PSYC 1113 42660 Introductory Psychology (S) 3 45
PSYC 2593 41082 Psychology of Human Sexuality 3 35
PSYC 3214 41783 Statistical Methods in Psychology 4 40
PSYC 3214 41783 Statistical Methods in Psychology 4 40
PSYC 4293 41084 Forensic Psychology 3 45
PSYC 4333 41085 Personality 3 45
PSYC 4483 42555 Psychology of Parent Behavior (S) 3 45
REL 1103 41781 Introduction to World Religions (HI) 3 95
SOC 1113 41095 Introductory Sociology (S) 3 48
SOC 3223 41096 Social Psychology (S) 3 45
SOC 3523 41097 Juvenile Delinquency (DS) 3 45
SOC 3993 41098 Sociology of Aging (DS) 3 45
SOC 4023 41099 Juvenile Corrections and Treatment Strategies 3 45
SOC 4573 41100 Victimology 3 45
SOC 4643 41101 Sociology of Gender (S) 3 45
SOC 4850 41103 Internship in Sociology 4 25
SOC 4923 41104 Sociology of Punishment (S) 3 45
SPAN 1713 43386 Elementary Spanish I 3 45
SPAN 1813 43387 Elementary Spanish II 3 45
SPCH 4753 41784 Intercultural Communication (I) 3 45
STAT 2013 41785 Elementary Statistics (A) 3 60
STAT 2023 41681 Elementary Statistics for Business and Economics (A) 3 29
STAT 2023 42122 Elementary Statistics for Business and Economics (A) 3 29
STAT 5013 42630 Statistics for Experimenters I 3 45
STAT 5043 41786 Sample Survey Designs 3 45
TH 2413 43213 Introduction to Staged Entertainment (H) 3 45
July 08, 2019–August 02, 2019
GEOG 3713 43331 Exploring North America and Diversity (DS) 3 45
HIST 1103 43251 Survey of American History 3 45
MC 4163 41036 Mass Communication Law 3 45
POLS 1113 41379 American Government 3 46
POLS 3523 42395 Money, Media And Politics 3 50
PSYC 1111 41782 Succeeding in Psychology 1 60
STAT 2013 42074 Elementary Statistics (A) 3 60
STAT 2023 42721 Elementary Statistics for Business and Economics (A) 3 29

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