Saturday and Evening Classes

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Saturday Courses

Summer & Fall 2020

Communication Studies

COS 418, Section Y19 Summer A

Course Title: Organizational Communication
Days/Times: Saturday, as listed in Canelink
Professor: Diane Millette

COS 333, Section Y19 Summer B

Course Title: Organizational Communication
Days/Times: Saturday, as listed in Canelink
Professor: Valerie Giroux

Business Law - International Business Law

BSL 412, Section 91 Fall 2020

Day/Times: Saturday, as listed in Canelink
Professor: Diana Zamora
Course Overview: International law and organizations, international sales, credits and commercial transactions, U.S. trade law, and the regulation of the international market place are discussed 

Kinesiology

KIN 572, Section Y19 (Class #1740)  Summer C

Course Title: Creative Problem Solving and Conflict Management
Times: Saturday, as listed in Canelink
Professor: Susan Mullane

History Requirements

Europe from Antiquity to 1600: An Expanding World

HIS 131, Section Y19 Summer A

Days/Times: Saturday, As listed in Canelink
Professor: Dr. Jeremy Gates
Course OverviewA survey of European history from antiquity to the early modern period, focusing on key political, social, economic, and cultural developments, as well as European interactions with the wider world.

The Birth of Modernity: Europe 1648 to the Present

HIS 132, Section Y19 Summer B

Days/Times: Saturday, As listed in Canelink
Professor: Dr. Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the formation of modern European nation-states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the present, emphasizing the rivalry of European powers, the impact of European expansion, the effect of industrialism and revolution upon Western Society, and the role of the New World.


Evening Courses 

Summer & Fall 2020 

Foreign Language Requirements (Spanish for Heritage Learners)

Basic Spanish for Heritage Learners
SPA 107 Summer A & Fall 

Course Overview: Designed for students with little or no prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand some casual spoken Spanish and have a passive knowledge of the language, but do not speak the language themselves. Focus on developing basic speaking, reading, and writing abilities.

Intermediate Spanish for Heritage Learners
SPA 207, Section V1 Summer B 

Course Overview: Designed for students with some prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand casual spoken Spanish and have some functional communication abilities in the language. Focus on developing basic speaking, reading, and writing abilities.

Advanced Spanish for Heritage Learners
SPA 208, Section Y19 (Class # 3531) Summer A 

Course Overview: Designed for students with some prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand casual spoken Spanish and have some functional communication abilities in the language. Focus on formal speaking, reading, and writing abilities.

 

Foreign Language Requirements (French Beginner and Intermediate)

FRE 105, Section Y19 (Class #3539) Summer A

Course Overview: For students with previous study of French desiring to review material covered in FRE 101 and 102 in preparation for continued study of French at the intermediate level. The focus of FRE 105 is the continued development of communicative abilities in speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension of French and an introduction to the cultural practices of the Francophone world. Themes on: family, leisure activities,home, and community, childhood and adolescence, food and lifestyle, university life and professions. Includes both oral and written assessments of grammatical structures and vocabulary introduced, informal and formal writing. Conducted entirely in French

FRE 201, (Intermediate) Section Y19 Summer B

Course Overview: For students with previous study of elementary-level French. The continued development of communicative abilities in speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension of French and an introduction to the cultural practices of the Francophone world. Themes on: travel, technological innovations, the evolution of family values, and social and environmental issues. Includes both oral and written assessments of grammatical structures and vocabulary introduced, informal and formal writing. Conducted entirely in French

Foreign Language Requirements (American Sign Language I & II)

TAL 107, Section 80Y1 Spring Intersession

Days/Times: Distance Learning and follow up sessions
Professor: Kristen Schwarz
Course Overview: This course is designed to allow participants to learn about Deaf Culture and be able to sign with sufficient fluency to discuss work, social, and family topics using two to four sentence responses.

TAL 207, (Intermediate) Section 80Y1 Summer Intersession 

Days/Times: Distance Learning and follow up sessions
Professor: Kristen Schwarz
Course Overview: This course is designed to allow participants to learn about Deaf Culture and be able to sign with sufficient fluency to discuss work, social, and family topics using two to four sentence responses.

Mathematics Requirements

Intermediate Algebra
MTH 099, Section JT1

Days/Times: As Listed in Canelink 
Course Overview: Real number operations, polynomials, factoring, rational numbers and rational expressions. Cannot be used to fulfill the 120 credits required for graduation

Algebra for College Students
MTH 101, Section J1 

Term: Fall and Spring 
Days/Times: As Listed in Canelink 
Course Overview: Algebraic operations and properties of the real numbers; linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; polynomials and factoring; rational expressions; radical expressions; graphs of lines; systems of linear equations.

Finite Mathematics
MTH 113, Section K1

Term: Fall and Spring 
Days/Times: As Listed in Canelink 
Course Overview: Algebraic operations and properties of the real numbers; linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; polynomials and factoring; rational expressions; radical expressions; graphs of lines; systems of linear equations.


Interdisciplinary Courses 

Writing the Research Paper
ENG 333, Section (Online)

Days/Times: Distance Learning
Professor: Adina Sanchez-Garcia
Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, online searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings.

 

Presidential Debates
COS 474, Section 1K Fall

Days/Times: Monday
Professor: David Steinberg
Course Overview: History, impacts, content, and strategies of televised presidential campaign debates.