Courses

VIEW SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

The following 2018 Summer Session Undergraduate and Graduate courses are guaranteed and will be offered:

 

Course

TITLE

ACCT 211 01

Principles of Accounting I

ACCT 212 01

Principles of Accounting II

ART 270 01

Art Education/Elementary

ART 270 88

Art Education/Elementary

ART 370 01

Art Education/Secondary

BLAW 305 01

Legal Environment and Contract Law

CHEM 110 01

Our Chemical World

CHEM 110L 01

Our Chemical World Lab

COMM 110 01

Essentials of Speaking and Listening

ECON 201 01

Principles of Microeconomics

ECSE 432 01

Infants, Toddlers, & Families in ECSE & Lab

ECSE 442 01

Programming for ECSE

ED 101 01

Introduction to Education and Lab

ED 102 01

Technology: Classroom Applications & Portfolio

ED 220 01

ELA (English Language Arts) Methods & Assessment

ED 220 02

ELA (English Language Arts) Methods & Assessment

ED 220 71

ELA (English Language Arts) Methods & Assessment

ED 220 81

ELA (English Language Arts) Methods & Assessment

ED 312 01

Human Relations for Teachers

ED 312 81

Human Relations for Teachers

ED 346 01

Children's Literature

ED 346 81

Children's Literature

ED 444 81

Action Research II

ED 446 01

Advanced Developmental Reading Methods & Research

ED 447 01

Teaching of Literacy

ED 455 01

Leadership Issues in Early Childhood

ED 546 01

Advanced Developmental Reading Methods & Research

ED 547 01

Teaching of Literacy

ED 624 01

Research Project Design

ENG 151 01

Academic Writing

ENG 251 01

Writing in Professions

ENG 251 02

Writing in Professions

ENG 251 03

Writing in Professions

ENG 360 01

Scientific & Technical Writing

ENG 670 01

Digital Writing Seminar

ENG 675 01

Rhetoric, Literacy, and the Teaching of Writing

EXSC 225 01

Nutrition

EXSC 325 01

Nutrition & Exercise

FIN 330 01

Financial Management for Small Business

FIN 350 01

Managerial Finance

HIST 222 01

Modern America: History of the U.S. from 1865 to the Present

HLTH 100 01

Personal Health & Wellness

HLTH 340 01

School Health and Human Sexuality

HLTH 370 01

Community Health and Health Promotion

LEP 400 01

CIS: Culture of Consumption

LEP 400 02

CIS: Memory in Mind & Culture

LEP 400 03

CIS: Self as Citizen: Action and Reflection on "Making a Difference"

LEP 400 88

CIS: What Does it Mean to be an Educated American?

LIT 170 01

Literature: People & Environment

MATH 110 01

College Algebra

MATH 115 01

Finite Mathematics

MATH 115 02

Finite Mathematics

MATH 200 01

Introduction to Statistics

MATH 200 02

Introduction to Statistics

MATH 545 01

Advanced Geometry

MATH 550 01

Real Analysis

MATH 586 01

Selected Topics in Mathematics: Problems in Mathematical Analysis

MBA 511 01

Integrated Marketing Communications

MBA 610 01

Interpersonal and Managerial Skills in Organizations

MBA 651 01

Leadership & Team Management

MBA 651 02

Leadership & Team Management

MBA 660 01

Legal and Ethical Environment of Management

MBA 660 40

Legal and Ethical Environment of Management

MBA 660 41

Legal and Ethical Environment of Management

MBA 670 01

Financial Analysis

MBA 685 40

Strategic Management and Policy

MBA 685 41

Strategic Management and Policy

MGMT 221 01

Computer Concepts and Applications

MGMT 300 01

Management Principles

MGMT 350 01

Human Resources

MGMT 451 01

Training & Development

MGMT 460 01

Leadership and Team Management

MKTG 301 01

Principles of Marketing

MKTG 331 01

Professional Selling

MKTG 411 01

Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC)

MUS 100 01

Introduction to Music

MUS 101 01

Survey of World Music

MUS 149 01

Applied Guitar, Non-Major

MUS 348 01

Applied String Methods

MUS 375 01

Applied Composition

NURS 320 01

Chronic Illness in Rural Settings

NURS 330 01

Healthcare Policy and Informatics

NURS 375 01

Pathophysiology

NURS 436 01

Comprehensive Health Assessment

PE 496 01

Workshop in Physical Ed

PE 496 02

Workshop in Physical Ed

PE 605 01

Physical Preparation and Conditioning

PE 607 01

Advanced Practicum in Coaching I

PE 609 01

Psychology of Athletic Performance

PE 612 01

Advanced Practicum in Coaching II

PHIL 101 01

Critical Thinking

PHIL 103 01

Ethics

POL 117 01

Introduction to Government & Politics

PSYC 101 01

General Psychology I

PSYC 200 01

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

PSYC 200L 01

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Lab

PSYC 286 01

Special Topics: Health Psychology

PSYC 341 01

Child & Adolescent Psychology

PSYC 486 01

Advanced Special Topics: Health Psychology

SOCI 101 01

Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 211 01

Marriage and the Family

SOCI 212 01

Human Relations

SPED 470 01

Collaboration in Educational Settings

SPED 485 01

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues & Needs

SPED 485 81

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues & Needs

SPED 570 01

Collaboration in Educational Settings

SPED 585 01

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues & Needs

SPED 610 01

ASD Professional Planning and Assessment

SPED 611 01

DD Professional Planning and Assessment

SPED 614 01

LD Professional Planning and Assessment

SPED 620 01

Characteristics of Students with Learning & Behavior Disorders

SPED 621 01

Access and Support for Ind. with Moderate to Severe Dev. Disabilities

SPED 624 01

Characteristics of Students with Moderate to Severe Learning Disabilities

SPED 626 01

Research: Project Design

SPED 641 01

Life Span Learning & Outcomes for Individuals w/ Mod to Severe Dev Disabil

SPED 644 01

Teaching & Achievement Strategies for Learning Disabilities

TESL 431 01

Foundations of Teaching ESL & Lab

TESL 432 01

Understanding Second Language Acquisition

TESL 434 01

Second Language Literacy & Linguistics

TESL 531 01

Foundations of Teaching ESL & Lab

TESL 532 01

Understanding Second Language Acquisition

TESL 534 01

Second Language Literacy & Linguistics 

THTR 301 01

Theatre Activity-Production

THTR 302 01

Theatre Activity-Performance

THTR 303 01

Theatre Activity-Run Crew

THTR 325 01

Master Class

THTR 430 01

Senior Project


All Independent Studies, Practicums, Internships, and Directed Studies are guaranteed.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are a Summer Session Financial Aid Recipient, you must contact the Student Financial Aid Office at 507-537-6281 to determine how a reduction in Summer Session credits will impact your summer financial aid award. If you need assistance in choosing a replacement course, please contact your advisor or Jill Schlemmer in the Advising Center at jill.schlemmer@smsu.edu or 537-7100.

Last Modified: 5/17/18 4:27 PM