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17FA  ON  ARTH  212  D1  N.Am. Art History II  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Bear Robe
ARTH 212       Native American Art History II

Amber-Dawn Bear Robe Primary
20 
Detail
Course Detail ARTH 212
Native American Art History II
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course is a general survey of Native American art from the mid-19th century to the present day. The course, focusing on major art forms, styles, and artists of selected Native American cultures, discusses art within the social, political, economic and religious environments in which it is created. (Prerequisite: ENGL101) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  ARTH  300  D1  Cont.Native Am. Art  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Hanawalt
ARTH 300       Contemporary Native American Art History

Tammi Hanawalt Primary
20 
Detail
Course Detail ARTH 300
Contemporary Native American Art History
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course will focus on contemporary Native American artists and the variety of artistic practices that make contemporary Native American art so diverse. (Prerequisite: Any ARTH 200-level course) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  ARTH  311  D1  Modern Art 1870-1950  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Morimoto
ARTH 311       Modern Art 1870-1950

Stephanie Morimoto Primary
20  11 
Detail
Course Detail ARTH 311
Modern Art 1870-1950
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course analyzes the social, political, and cultural context of movements in Modern Art between 1870-1950, including specific art movements as well as new technologies and the changing roles of artists, critics, patrons, and institutions. (Prerequisite: Any ARTH 200-level course) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 11 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  101  D1  Money, Wealth & Pers  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Maglisceau
BUSN 101       Money, Wealth, and Personal Finance

Ed Maglisceau Primary
15 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 101
Money, Wealth, and Personal Finance
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes What is money? What is wealth? What is a business or a corporation? This course is an introduction to business and personal finance where students explore such topics as the nature of money, poverty, wealth, financial freedom, and investments. Students learn to apply the basics of personal finance through budgeting their income and expenses, and understand issues related to debt, credit, insurance, taxes, and retirement planning. (Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability to perform college level Math and English) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  120  D1  Bus. Communications  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Eichelberg
BUSN 120       Business Communications

Stanley A Eichelberger Primary
15  14 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 120
Business Communications
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course teaches how to write in a variety of work environments. The emphasis of the course is on audience analysis and the writing of concise, accessible communications based on reader needs. Students learn how to write clear procedures, a polished professional resume, and a well-documented research report or business plan. Computer-based research and the efficient compostion of long documents is also covered. (Pre-req: ENGL101 or demonstrated competence in college-level English or department chair approval) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available 14 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  140  D1  Intro to Bus & Entre  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Shapiro
BUSN 140       Introduction to Business & Entrepreneurship

Ellen Shapiro Primary
15 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 140
Introduction to Business & Entrepreneurship
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course introduces students to entrepreneurship - the process of designing, evaluating and creating new business. We explore how an why people create new businesses and how to utilize planning to increase the chance of success. Students develop a broad understanding of the legal rights and responsibilities of business owners and are introduced to the forms, licenses and permits necessary to start a business. Students complete a feasibility study as the first step in writing a business plan. Topics covered include: Legal Structures, Taxation, Intellectual Property, Copyright, Trademark, Contracts and Creating Employment. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability to perform college level Math and English. 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  210  D1  Intro Financial Acct  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Maglisceau
BUSN 210       Introduction to Financial Accounting

Ed Maglisceau Primary
15  11 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 210
Introduction to Financial Accounting
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course is an introduction to the conceptual framework and functions of accounting that apply to all businesses. Students gain an understanding of assets, liabilities, and financial statements. Topics include journalizing, T-accounts, accrual and cash accounting, LIFO/FIFO, and basic ratio analysis. Students/business owners develop an understanding of debt, equity, inventory, shipping, and fraud, while increasing their financial literacy. (Prerequisite: BUSN101) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available 11 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  220  D1  Marketing  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
McKittrick
BUSN 220       Marketing

Michael McKittrick Primary
15  14 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 220
Marketing
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes From grocery stores to art galleries to stocks on Wall Street, all business is conducted in a dynamic marketplace. With a focus on small business, this course covers market research, segmentation, target audience, positioning, branding, marketing methods, buyer behavior, and cultural conflicts in marketing. In this applied course, students create the marketing plan section of a business plan. (Prerequisite: BUSN101) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available 14 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  225  D1  eMarketing & eCommer  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Eichelberg
BUSN 225       Fundamentals of eMarketing & eCommerce

Stanley A Eichelberger Primary
15  13 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 225
Fundamentals of eMarketing & eCommerce
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes E-Marketing is doing marketing in the online environment. E-Marketing embraces a wide range of strategies, but what underpins successful e-Marketing is a customer-focused, cohesive marketing strategy. This course teaches best practices and effective means of e-Marketing to facilitate e-Commerce and grow a business. Students will learn and apply foundational concepts in e-Marketing, and experience the process start to finish and learn how to apply these strategies to their own business. (Pre-requisites: BUSN220, TECH101) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available 13 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  BUSN  240  D1  Adv Entrepreneurship  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Shapiro
BUSN 240       Advanced Entrepreneurship

Ellen Shapiro Primary
15  14 
Detail
Course Detail BUSN 240
Advanced Entrepreneurship
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes In this course, students write a business plan about the business concept of their choice. To write the plan, students will apply marketing, accounting, and budgeting skills learned in other business courses, and build on knowledge from the course pre-requisite, Entrepreneurship I. Students apply appropriate writing techniques and styles and use spreadsheets to create financial documents. Prerequisites: BUSN210-Accounting, BUSN140-Entrepreneurship I and Pre or Co-requisite: BUSN220-Marketing. 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 15 
Seats Offered 15 
Seats Available 14 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  501  D1  Mntrshp I: Cr Nonfic  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Mailhot
CRWR 501       Mentorship I: Creative Nonfiction

Terese M Mailhot Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 501
Mentorship I: Creative Nonfiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of the writing of creative nonmiction, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, exposition, descriptive detail, and narrative voice. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative nonfiction and two pages of craft analysis during the mentorship. Students will also read at least eight books in the creative nonfiction genre. These books will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from the writer's point of view, with issues of craft address foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  511  D1  Mntrshp I: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Bitsui
CRWR 511       Mentorship I: Poetry

Sherwin Bitsui Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 511
Mentorship I: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of poetry and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of poetry. These books will be selected by the mentor in collaboration with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  511  D2  Mntrshp I: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Frazier
CRWR 511       Mentorship I: Poetry

Santee G. Frazier Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 511
Mentorship I: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of poetry and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of poetry. These books will be selected by the mentor in collaboration with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  511  D3  Mntrshp I: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Kane
CRWR 511       Mentorship I: Poetry

Joan Kane Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 511
Mentorship I: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of poetry and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of poetry. These books will be selected by the mentor in collaboration with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  511  D4  Mntrshp I: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Levin
CRWR 511       Mentorship I: Poetry

Dana Levin Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 511
Mentorship I: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of poetry and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of poetry. These books will be selected by the mentor in collaboration with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  531  D1  Mntrshp I: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Houston
CRWR 531       Mentorship I: Fiction

Pam Houston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 531
Mentorship I: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of fiction writing, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scenic development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of fiction and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of fiction. These books will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  531  D2  Mntrshp I: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Livingston
CRWR 531       Mentorship I: Fiction

Charles Livingston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 531
Mentorship I: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of fiction writing, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scenic development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of fiction and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of fiction. These books will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  531  D3  Mntrshp I: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Orange
CRWR 531       Mentorship I: Fiction

Thomas F Orange Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 531
Mentorship I: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of fiction writing, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scenic development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of fiction and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of fiction. These books will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR561) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
17FA  ON  CRWR  532  D1  Mntrshp II: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Prcic, I
CRWR 532       Mentorship II: Fiction

Ismet Prcic Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 532
Mentorship II: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR 531: Continued intensive study of fiction writing, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scenic development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of fiction and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight books of fiction. These books will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one-page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 562) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  541  D1  Mntrshp I: Scrnwrtng  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
White
CRWR 541       Mentorship I: Screenwriting

Ken White Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 541
Mentorship I: Screenwriting
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of screenwriting focusing on advanced techniques of dramatic structure, dialogue, characterization, and other elements of screenwriting. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work and two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight screenplays and watch at least eight films produced from those screenplays. These screenplays / films will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write fifteen one page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR561)
 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  542  D1  Mntrshp II: Scrnwrtg  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Harris, G
CRWR 542       Mentorship II: Screenwriting

Geoff Harris Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 542
Mentorship II: Screenwriting
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR 541: Continued intensive study of screenwriting focusing on advanced techniques of dramatic structure, dialogue, characterization, and other elements of screenwriting. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of fifteen pages of creative work plus two pages of craft analysis during the course. Students will also read at least eight screenplays and watch the films produced from those screenplays. These screenplays/films will be selected by the mentor in consultation with the individual student. Students will write at least eight one page papers addressing the work from a writer's point of view, with issues of craft addressed foremost. (Corequisite: CRWR 562) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  601  D1  Mntrshp III:Cr Nonfi  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Houston
CRWR 601       Mentorship III: Creative Nonfiction

Pam Houston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 601
Mentorship III: Creative Nonfiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of the writing of creative nonfiction, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, exposition, descriptive detail, and narrative voice. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative nonfiction and two pages of craft analysis during the mentorship. Students will also read at least eight books in the creative nonfiction genre. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  601  D2  Mntrshp III:Cr Nonfi  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Jensen
CRWR 601       Mentorship III: Creative Nonfiction

Toni Jensen Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 601
Mentorship III: Creative Nonfiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes An intensive study of the writing of creative nonfiction, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, exposition, descriptive detail, and narrative voice. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative nonfiction and two pages of craft analysis during the mentorship. Students will also read at least eight books in the creative nonfiction genre. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  611  D1  Mntrshp III: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Bitsui
CRWR 611       Mentorship III: Poetry

Sherwin Bitsui Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 611
Mentorship III: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR512 - intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of poetry and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published poets. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  611  D2  Mntrshp III: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Frazier
CRWR 611       Mentorship III: Poetry

Santee G. Frazier Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 611
Mentorship III: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR512 - intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of poetry and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published poets. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  611  D3  Mntrshp III: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Kane
CRWR 611       Mentorship III: Poetry

Joan Kane Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 611
Mentorship III: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR512 - intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of poetry and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published poets. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  611  D4  Mntrshp III: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
White
CRWR 611       Mentorship III: Poetry

Ken White Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 611
Mentorship III: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR512 - intensive study of poetry writing focusing on advanced techniques of imagery, rhythm, and poetic structure. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of poetry and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published poets. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  612  D1  MFA Thesis: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Livingston
CRWR 612       MFA Thesis: Poetry

Charles Livingston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 612
MFA Thesis: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR611 - continued intensive study of poetry writing, focusing on advanced techniques and the completion of a graduate thesis. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. Additional requirements of the course:
Creative work to complete manuscript requirement of the final thesis project
An annotated bibliography of at least eight works of poetry
Preparation of presentation to be given during the final residency
Preparation for workshop to be given during the final residency
Preparation of a 20 minute reading of original work to be given during the final residency
Submission of complete thesis to faculty and program archive
(Coequisite: CRWR662) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  612  D2  MFA Thesis: Poetry  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Kane
CRWR 612       MFA Thesis: Poetry

Joan Kane Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 612
MFA Thesis: Poetry
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR611 - continued intensive study of poetry writing, focusing on advanced techniques and the completion of a graduate thesis. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least five pages of creative work during the course. Additional requirements of the course:
Creative work to complete manuscript requirement of the final thesis project
An annotated bibliography of at least eight works of poetry
Preparation of presentation to be given during the final residency
Preparation for workshop to be given during the final residency
Preparation of a 20 minute reading of original work to be given during the final residency
Submission of complete thesis to faculty and program archive
(Coequisite: CRWR662) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D1  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Ausubel
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Ramona Ausubel Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D2  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Bertino
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Marie-Helene Bertino Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D3  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Houston
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Pam Houston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D4  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Jensen
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Toni Jensen Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D5  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Jones
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Stephen Graham Jones Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D6  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Livingston
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Charles Livingston Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  631  D7  Mntrshp III: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Prcic, I
CRWR 631       Mentorship III: Fiction

Ismet Prcic Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 631
Mentorship III: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR532 - intensive study of fiction writing, focused on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve works of fiction and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published fiction authors. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  632  D1  MFA Thesis: Fiction  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Ausubel
CRWR 632       MFA Thesis: Fiction

Ramona Ausubel Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 632
MFA Thesis: Fiction
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR631 - continued intensive study of fiction writing, focusing on advanced techniques of prosody, narration, exposition, scene development, point of view, and other elements of fiction. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. Additional requirements of the course:
Creative work to complete manuscript requirement of the final thesis project
An annotated bibliography of at least eight works of fiction
Preparation of presentation to be given during the final residency
Preparation for workshop to be given during the final residency
Preparation of a 20 minute reading of original work to be given during the final residency
Submission of complete thesis to faculty and program archive
(Corequisite: CRWR662) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  CRWR  641  D1  Mntrshp III: Scrnwrt  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Pensoneau
CRWR 641       Mentorship III: Screenwriting

Migizi Pensoneau Primary
Detail
Course Detail CRWR 641
Mentorship III: Screenwriting
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes A continuation of CRWR542-intensive study of screenwriting focusing on advanced techniques of dramatic structure, dialogue, characterization, and other elements of screenwriting. All instruction and discussion is revision-based. Students must submit four packets of at least fifteen pages of creative work during the course. In addition, students complete an annotated bibliography of at least twelve screenplays/films and a 25 page critical/craft analysis essay on work by published/produced screenwriters. (Corequisite: CRWR661) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum
Seats Offered
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  IDST  202  D1  Indigenous Perspecti  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Sanchez
IDST 202       On-line course: Indigenous Perspectives on Knowledge

Richard Sanchez Primary
20  10 
Detail
Course Detail IDST 202
On-line course: Indigenous Perspectives on Knowledge
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes In this on-line course students learn how ways of knowing relate to cultural values and social power, while they compare indigenous knowledge systems to those of the dominant (European) culture. Students examine the value of indigenous knowledge, particularly its potential contribution to sustainable development, to the alleviation of poverty, and to cultural survival and renewal. 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 10 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  110  D1  Intro Rep.  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Deleary
MUSM 110       Introduction to Repatriation: Reclaiming our Cultures

Mary Deleary Primary
20 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 110
Introduction to Repatriation: Reclaiming our Cultures
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course examines the basic concerns of cultural repatriation and its ramifications concerning museum collections policy, practice and tribal collaboration. Various laws that have affected Native Americans leading up to the 1990 federal legislation on repatriation, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), will be reviewed. 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  130  D1  Intro to Collections  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Colon
MUSM 130       Introduction to Collections Care:Caring for our Cultural Property

Felipe Colon Primary
20  11 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 130
Introduction to Collections Care:Caring for our Cultural Property
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course examines issues in the care and management of indigenous cultural objects including handling, examination, registration, identification, research, cataloging, storage, environmental controls, traditional care, and culturally-specific concerns. Topics include current collections policies, ethics and native concerns. 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 11 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  230  D1  Indig Coll Care Prot  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Ryker Craw
MUSM 230       Indigenous Collections Care Protocol

Jessie Ryker-Crawford Primary
20 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 230
Indigenous Collections Care Protocol
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course will examine issues of collections management and preservation from an indigenous perspective. Students will explore and discuss the appropriateness of western concerns for pristine preservation in relation to indigenous cultural concerns; collections care protocol drafted by indigenous groups from the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Africa, and Australia will be reviewed and discussed. (Prerequisites: MUSM130) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  320  D1  Research Methods  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Sanchez
MUSM 320       Research Methods

Richard Sanchez Primary
20  13 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 320
Research Methods
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This class seeks to understand how knowledge is acquired and interpreted. Students will be required to carry out a special research project of their choosing in order to fully understand the uses of primary and secondary research materials. Western scholarly approaches to the disciplines of art history, ethnography, autobiography and oral history will be examined and discussed in relationship to indigenous scholarly traditions. (Prerequisite: MUSM240; for non-Museum Studies majors the prerequisites are: ENGL102 and students with second-year standing or above) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 13 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  425  D1  Being Exhibited:His  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Colon
MUSM 425       Being Exhibited: History & Theory of Museum Displays

Felipe Colon Primary
20  18 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 425
Being Exhibited: History & Theory of Museum Displays
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course examines the theory and history of museum displays from medieval reliquaries and early curiosity cabinet of the 16th and 17th centuries to 21st-century exhibits by indigenous curators. Special attention will be paid to the way specific movements within the museum field have presented indigenous peoples, cultures, and artifacts and the ways that museum theory has been altered as a result of indigenous peoples asserting their opinions regarding museum collections and exhibitions. (Prerequisites: ENGL102 and students in any degree program with second-year standing or above) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 18 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN   
   
  17FA  ON  MUSM  465  D1  Grant Writing/Profes  ONLINE  ONLIN  08/14/2017   
Deleary
MUSM 465       Grant Writing for the Professional

Mary Deleary Primary
20  13 
Detail
Course Detail MUSM 465
Grant Writing for the Professional
End Date 12/08/2017 
Other Info Advisor Approval Required 
Course Notes This course is designed to provide students with information on researching and writing grants for both institutional and individual projects. (Prerequisite: ENGL102 and students with third-year standing or above) 
Location On-Line 
Seats minimum 20 
Seats Offered 20 
Seats Available 13 
Course Credit
Schedule
ONLINE/ONLIN