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498 Independent Study IN Supply Chain Management

Independent Study In Supply Chain Management (29:799:498:QH:05925)
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Credits: By Arrangement
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

By permission only. Requires application approval.

Writing intensive.

314 TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY: DRUGS AND SOCIETY

Topics in Anthropology: Drugs and Society (21:070:314:H5:DU:05890)
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Instructor: Siebert
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Section H5 Cross-Listed With: 21:920:394:H5 (03225)

230 Comics & Graphic Novels

Comics & Graphic Novels (21:350:230:H5:05744) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Instructor: Akhimie
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

In Comics and Graphic Novels we will read and discuss recent contributions to the genre, developing a critical framework and vocabulary for defining, describing and discussing this popular but amorphous medium.

This course satisfies the core requirement.

698 Independent Study

Independent Study (26:977:698:T1:00813)
Class Dates: 5/28 - 8/14
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Format: By Arrangement
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

413 FEDERAL TAX I

Federal Tax I: Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation (29:010:413:H6:05802)
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Class Times: MW, 6:00pm - 9:40pm
Instructor: Carpentier
Location: 1 Washington Park - Room 503
Format: On Campus
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

400 Topics in Black Studies: Caribbean POLITICS

Topics in Black Studies: Caribbean Politics (21:014:400:BQ:05722)
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Instructor: Miller
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Independent reading or research under the direction of a faculty member.

Writing Intensive.

Cross Listed with Topics in Black Studies: Caribbean Politics (21:790:465:BQ:04756)

491 Research Methods

Research Methods (21:790:491:H5:02919) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Instructor: Sidney
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Research Methods in Political Science

A hands-on exploration of the building blocks of theory: concepts; definitions; truth claims; causes and effects; necessary, sufficient, and facilitating conditions; agency/structural approaches; case studies; comparative theorizing. An introduction to methodological approaches, which could include quantitative and qualitative methods, survey construction and analysis, and content analysis.

CoReq/PreReq: 21:355:102 or 21:355:104

465 TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS: Caribbean Politics

Topics in Comparative Politics: Caribbean Politics (21:790:465:HQ:04756) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 7/8 - 8/14
Instructor: Miller
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Caribbean, a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-racial region is politically diverse as a response to its colonial and post-colonial histories. The Caribbean has autonomous, independent, intentionally dependent and socialist nations and the region is one of the most democratic in the world. 

In this course, we review the colonial history of the Caribbean, through a comparative politics lens, to help explain much of the region's current political circumstances. We examine the different forms of government and governance for a select group of Caribbean countries and assess the utility of Caribbean regional organizations. In addition, we analyze the purpose for China's, Taiwan's and the Russian Federation's presence in the region and the continued visibility of the US, U.K., Kingdom of the Netherlands and France in the Caribbean. Lastly, we evaluate the current and future political challenges to and opportunities for Caribbean nations.

Writing Intensive.

205 Current Morals & Social Issues

Current Moral & Social Issues (21:730:205:B5:05772) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 5/28 - 7/3
Instructor: McCrossin
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Examines such issues as sexual morality and abortion, capital punishment, sexism, racism and affirmative action, censorship, privacy, drug abuse and drug laws, economic distribution and justice, and consumption and scarcity of natural resources.

356 Introduction to Computer Networks

Introduction to Computer Networks (21:198:356:B3:05771) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 5/28 - 7/3
Class Times: MTWTh, 1:00pm - 3:10pm
Instructor: Cross
Location: Hill Hall - Room 104
Format: On Campus
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides an introduction to computer networks, with a special focus on the internet architecture and protocols. Topics include layered network architectures, addressing, naming, forwarding, routing, communication reliability, the client-server model, web, and email protocols. Besides the theoretical foundations, students acquire practical experience by programming reduced versions of real internet protocols.

Computer science students should take 28:198:288 before this course.

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