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Summer 2020

196 SUMMER 2020 courses found.

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Course Number & CRNTitleInstructorDates
ABUS F101  (51175)Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Accounting concepts and procedures for service businesses and for merchandising businesses owned by a single proprietor. A preparer's approach emphasizes the use of debits and credits to account for the details of business transactions. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F141  (51176)Payroll AccountingEvelyn Heusinkveld2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Payroll records and laws. Methods to compile and calculate payroll information, earnings, deductions and net wages. City, state and federal tax report forms. For payroll personnel. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F154  (51177)Human RelationsSandra McGill2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Attitudes, self-concepts, personal communication styles, motivation, interactions, positive reinforcements, team building and leadership development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F155  (51178)Business MathEvelyn Heusinkveld2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Review of basic math computation skills applied to various business areas. Emphasis on applications. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F161  (51179)Personal Business and FinanceAndreas Anger2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Explores the management of personal and family finances, including financial planning, budgeting, time value of money, consumer buying, personal credit, savings and investment, home ownership and mortgages, insurance, estate planning, retirement, consumer fraud, and laws. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F175  (51180)Customer ServiceMary Anderson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Presents customer service as integral to business success. Preparation for effective interaction with customers. Includes trends, interpretation of trends and development of fundamental skills necessary to achieve excellence. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F179  (51181)Fundamentals of SupervisionSandra McGill2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Effective supervisory concepts including planning, organizing and staffing functions. Communicating and delegating effectively, morale, productivity, decision making, positive position discipline and performance goals development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F203  (51182)Accounting CapstoneJennifer Schumacher2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Accounting procedures in retail, service and trade businesses. The complete accounting cycle, including record keeping, posting and preparation of financial statements, bank reconciliation, payroll computations and closing books. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchasing, credit and other accounting requirements. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F220  (52790)Microcomputer Acct:QuickbooksJennifer Schumacher2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Basic microcomputer principles. Includes entering transactions, analyzing results, correcting errors and organizing business finances. QuickBooks is a widely used accounting software application. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F232  (52830)Contemporary Management IssuesCarrie Santoro2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Management functions, including planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling, human aspects of management, and decision making. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F271  (52833)Business CommunicationsScott McCrea2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Composition and evaluation of various kinds of common communications between a business person and associates, customers and dealers. Included are interoffice memos, letters, reports and oral communications. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F261X  (51183)Princ of Financial AccountingSatya Moehlin2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
During this course we will study accounting from two different methodical approaches: the preparer approach (i.e. a look at how an accounting system is created to record, process and report accounting information) and the user approach (i.e. a look at how various people use the information generated by accountants). Furthermore, this course will study accounting theories to include: historical foundations, the verification of accounting practices and the framework development that governs the field currently. Finally, this course will study the role of accounting in society, how collected accounting data and information can be managed and the related ethical considerations. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F262  (51184)Princ of Managerial AccountingSatya Moehlin2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Study of the generation and analysis of accounting information and its uses by managers as they engage in planning, control and decision-making activities in business and non-business organizations. Topics include product costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, relevant costs for decision-making and capital budget decisions. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F342  (51186)Managerial Cost AccountingAlba Prato2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Cost accounting with managerial emphasis on planning, control and decision making. Topics include cost-volume-profit analysis, costing systems, profit planning, flexible budgets, standard costs, responsibility accounting, inventory costing alternatives and relevant costs for decision making. For accounting majors. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F601  (51187)Resrch Mthds & Sourcs in NorthBrandon Boylan2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Development of students' research skills so they can engage in their own research on northern issues. Includes techniques of interviewing, conducting surveys, and sampling; qualitative and quantitative methods of research design; and familiarity with library sources and archival records. Each student will develop a research project. Course is also available online. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F101  (51188)Effective Pers Computer UseUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F324  (51189)Advanced MS ExcelFrancine Davis2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Advanced features of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program. Includes spreadsheet design and layout, customized graphics, customized reports using database features, optimization/statistical techniques and programming with the Excel macro language. Student is assumed to have basic proficiency with Microsoft Excel. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F202X  (52757)Aesthetic Appr AK Native PerfoUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Understanding and application of the cultural principles of Alaska Native oral narrative performances. Topics are arranged by the five broad Alaska Native regions and include lectures on culture, principles of visual arts analysis of oral narratives, musical expression and hands-on involvement in Alaska Native theatrical arts. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F242X  (52758)Indigenous Cultures of AlaskaUA Staff2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
The term Alaska Natives is used to refer to a broad spectrum of Alaska's Indigenous population, living in diverse geographic regions and each culturally distinct. Each cultural region has its own unique history, language, culture(s), political landscapes, and experiences. This course is intended to provide a broad overview of Alaska's first peoples. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F100X  (51190)Individual, Society, & CultureDavid Fazzino II2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An examination of the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F225  (52373)Anthropology and RaceKara Hoover2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
This course introduces students to important scholarly and practical concepts in the study of "race" and racism historically across cultures. It builds upon the important contributions of four-field anthropological practice to our understanding of the ways societies have constructed racial categories and meanings and deployed racialized hierarchies. Students will read a variety of basic materials in linguistics, biological anthropology, ethnology, and archaeology. This course is part of the anthropology B.S. and B.A. degree and provides foundational concepts for further study in the field of anthropology. COURSE DETAILS
ART F200X  (51192)Explorations in ArtLisa Kljaich2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Understanding and appreciation of art through exploration of its diverse styles, influences and developments. Topics include the creative process, artistic forms of expression, historical and cultural contexts, the role of the artist in society and popular movements and trends. COURSE DETAILS
ART F284  (51193)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of basic digital photography via digital SLR cameras and editing through digital photo suites such as Adobe Photoshop. Students are expected to have intermediate computer knowledge. Topics include controlling digital SLRs on manual settings, photographing creatively, basic and advanced editing techniques, negative scanning and digital printing. COURSE DETAILS
ART F371  (51194)Digital ImagingJennifer Moss2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills in knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
ART F476  (52557)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F676  (52558)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (51196)Introduction to BusinessChristina Tachick2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Business organization, business theory and the nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration are the main components of this course. This course will also focus on the methods and data required to research and analyze good business practices and decisions while developing these major business functions. Additionally, this course will review opportunities and requirements for professional business careers. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (52272)Introduction to BusinessAlba Prato2020-05-04 to 2020-05-15
Business organization, business theory and the nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration are the main components of this course. This course will also focus on the methods and data required to research and analyze good business practices and decisions while developing these major business functions. Additionally, this course will review opportunities and requirements for professional business careers. COURSE DETAILS
BA F254X  (51197)Personal FinanceTimothy Stickel2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: This course will give you the ability to use your knowledge and skills to manage your financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. You will learn personal finance concepts and information as well as practical application that will empower you to save, budget, avoid debt and spend wisely. You will take what you learn and start practicing sound financial habits throughout the semester that will serve you well for the rest of your life. COURSE DETAILS
BA F281X  (51198)Intro to Sport ManagementJon Nachtigal2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Provides a basic understanding of the methods employed to manage amateur and professional sports organizations and the legal issues involved. Topics such as stadium financing, risk management contracts and human resource management, data collection, public versus private sector labor laws, collective bargaining and drug testing will be examined. Basic management techniques, theory and problems associated with the field sport management are discussed along with history and current trends in sport management. COURSE DETAILS
BA F307  (51199)Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtKristina Racina2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to management principles and personnel practice in industry, analysis of labor-management problems, methods and administration of recruiting, selecting, training and compensating employees, and labor laws and their applications. COURSE DETAILS
BA F308  (51200)PD: How to Prepare for a JobAmanda White2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
The course involves the development and use of skills in critical analysis and composition of business and personal communications. This includes evaluating the mechanics and content of resumes, letters and emails. The course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of planning and implementation of career advancement strategies, interviews, career action plans and other job seeking skills used in business etiquette, dress, personal brand and culture. COURSE DETAILS
BA F309  (52691)PD: Finding a CareerAmanda White2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
The course involves the development and use of skills in critical analysis and composition of business and personal communications. This includes evaluating the mechanics and content of resumes, letters, reports and memoranda. The course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of planning and implementation of career advancement strategies, crafting an effective social media presence, interviews, second round interrogations and site visits. COURSE DETAILS
BA F310  (51201)PD: Being SuccessfulAmanda White2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The course involves the development and use of skills in critical analysis and composition of business and personal communications. This includes evaluating the content of resumes and cover letters. The course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of planning and implementation of career advancement strategies, such as interviews, negotiations, networking skills, how to run meetings and facilitate presentations, conflict management, ethics, using social media and networking career advancement, and the interpersonal skills necessary to be effective in a business. COURSE DETAILS
BA F323X  (51202)Business EthicsTimothy Stickel2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
A grounding in ethical theories and basic issues of moral thought, with examples which highlight the pitfalls in practical ethics which future managers are likely to face, and the need to design organizations so as to promote ethical behavior. COURSE DETAILS
BA F325  (51204)Financial ManagementWilliam Staley2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, risk-return trade-offs and option pricing. COURSE DETAILS
BA F330  (51205)Legal Environment of BusinessFrederick Arkell2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The judicial system, legal processes, administrative procedures, law of torts, contract and agency government regulation of business, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and the uniform commercial code. COURSE DETAILS
BA F343  (51206)Principles of MarketingTammy Tragis-McCook2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Management of a firm's marketing effort focusing on products, distribution, pricing and promotion to targeted consumers. Practices appropriate to domestic or international, small or large, goods or services, and for-profit or nonprofit organizations included. COURSE DETAILS
BA F360  (51207)Operations ManagementBetty Ross2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Operations management with an emphasis on systematic planning, design and operation of the processes that produce goods and deliver services that customers recognize to be of superior quality. Topics include operations strategy, process design, quality control, statistical process control, project scheduling, material requirements planning and just-in-time systems. COURSE DETAILS
BA F390  (51209)Organizational Theory/BehaviorKimberly McGinnis2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Understanding how and why organizations behave as they do, assessing whether the behavior is functional or dysfunctional, and learning to understand and change motivation, leadership, communications, group dynamics, conflict management, layout, technology, structure and policies to create high-functioning organizations. COURSE DETAILS
BA F391  (52692)Alaska Native CorporationsBetty Ross2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Explore management within Alaska Native Corporations to understand the cultural origins and behavioral adaptions unique to these organizations. Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, indigenous leadership, cultural anthropology, contrasting cultural values and managing and maintaining organizational culture will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
BA F453  (51210)Internship in Business AdminKristina Racina2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
A supervised practical work experience to enable students to apply their course work in a business environment. Admission dependent upon approved sponsorship arrangements. COURSE DETAILS
BA F457  (51211)Training & Management DevelpmtJean Richey2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Theory and practice of employee training programs, needs assessments, learning theories, instructional design, training techniques and evaluation, management development and career development techniques and practices. COURSE DETAILS
BA F491  (52699)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Examines current marketing trends with regard to production, distribution, promotion, pricing and target markets. Focus on trends in Alaska, the U.S. and worldwide. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F320  (52693)ManagementAmanda White2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course introduces and explores the concepts, theories, and principles of management. We will study the basic managerial functions of planning, organization, staffing, directing, and controlling resources to accomplish organizational goals. Special consideration given to the different roles managers provide and the unique skills required to carry out those roles. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F111L  (52740)BIOL F111X LaboratoryDonald Larson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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BIOL F111X  (52739)Human Anatomy & Physiology IDonald Larson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Integrated view of human structure and function. Provides a foundation in relevant chemistry, cell biology, histology and unifying concepts. Covers integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F195  (52841)Intro to Alaska's FloraStefanie Ickert2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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CHEM F100X  (51215)Chemistry in Complex SystemsChris Whittle2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Fundamentals of chemistry with an emphasis on the role of chemistry in environmental and life systems. The role of feedback systems on chemical behavior is illustrated in atmospheric, aquatic, nuclear and nutritional systems. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F101X  (51217)Media and CultureRobert Prince2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
History and principles of mass communications and the role of information media in American society. Introduction to professional aspects of mass communications, including print and broadcast. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F105X  (51218)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (51219)Intro to Interpersonal CommVictoria McDermott2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course features the fundamental principles of effective oral communication, emphasizing interpersonal communication as well as public speaking. Through role playing, speeches and evaluations of other speakers, students explore the complexities of communication in today's society. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (51220)Intro to Interpersonal CommKeely Pliska2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course features the fundamental principles of effective oral communication, emphasizing interpersonal communication as well as public speaking. Through role playing, speeches and evaluations of other speakers, students explore the complexities of communication in today's society. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F131X  (51221)Fund Oral Comm-Group ContextNike Bahr2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Presentational speaking skills: individual and group. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis and speaking presentation. Group skills include task and relational interaction, required interdependence, working across cultural differences, group decision-making and shared logistics of presentation. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F204  (51222)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of basic digital photography via digital SLR cameras and editing through digital photo suites such as Adobe Photoshop. Students are expected to have intermediate computer knowledge. Topics include controlling digital SLRs on manual settings, photographing creatively, basic and advanced editing techniques, negative scanning and digital printing. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F300X  (51223)Communicating EthicsAmy May2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: An examination of ethical choices which are communicated in everyday encounters. Examines human moral development from a variety of perspectives, including feminist interpretations. Creation and communication of human values explored through the discussion of a series of contemporary dilemmas. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F332  (52561)Intro to Public RelationsPeter DeCaro2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Introduction to the theories, practices, principles and history of public relations. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F371  (51224)Digital ImagingJennifer Moss2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills and knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F601  (51225)Resrch in Coun and Ed SettingsValerie Gifford2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Provides an in-depth understanding of research occurring in educational and behavioral healthcare settings. Provides basic knowledge in utilizing a needs assessment and program evaluation to guide program planning and evaluate effectiveness. Addresses basic qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods and indigenous research designs. Addresses knowledge and skills for becoming critical consumers of research in education and behavioral healthcare settings. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F628  (51227)Child & Adolescent DevelopmentRebekah Burket2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Focus on developmental processes and sequences of change that children experience within each developmental domain from birth through adolescence. Contact counseling department for semesters offered. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F632  (51229)Career DevelopmentJamie Buckalew Hedin2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to the theories of career development, career choices and how to translate theory into practice. Emphasis will be on career education development and the utilization of information resources for facilitating the career choice decision-making process. COURSE DETAILS
CS F101  (51232)Computers and SocietyValda McMahan2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Computer literacy for everyone. Overview of computing machines and automatic data processing. Interaction between social institutions and automated decision-making. Introduction to business applications software and electronic mail. Some programming for understanding, not for skill development. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (52843)Math Study SkillsCassandra Kendall2020-05-18 to 2020-06-05
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F101  (52675)Intro Early Childhood ProfessnUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Includes historical foundation, current issues and trends, exposure to a variety of developmentally appropriate programs, contemporary needs of children and families, the importance of being an advocate, professional standards and career opportunities, introduction to NAEYC and the code of ethical conduct. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (51237)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Rich2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Foundation in child development prenatal to age 3. Includes anticipating the emerging development during the rapid growth of these critical years. Focuses on domains, theories, cultural perspectives and multiple influences on development, with an emphasis on prenatal development, healthy childbirth, the importance of relationships, and meaningful environments. Includes observation, reflection, early intervention and labs. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (52676)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Foundation in child development prenatal to age 3. Includes anticipating the emerging development during the rapid growth of these critical years. Focuses on domains, theories, cultural perspectives and multiple influences on development, with an emphasis on prenatal development, healthy childbirth, the importance of relationships, and meaningful environments. Includes observation, reflection, early intervention and labs. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F107  (52677)Dvlpmnt II: Prschl and PrmryUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Foundation in development for the study of children ages 3-8, including developmental domains, theories, milestones and cultural influences, including indigenous and traditional practices. The emphasis is on helping students use their knowledge of child development to predict and promote optimal growth in children. Practical experiences, such as observations and laboratory participation, will be included. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F119  (52679)Curriculum I: Princ & PracticeUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Methods of creating and facilitating individually and culturally appropriate curriculum for young children. Establishing integrated, meaningful and relevant experiences applied to the area of language and literacy. Includes a balance of individual and small group experiences, child-centered curriculum and teacher-directed times, as well as transitions. Focus on emergent curriculum, active learning and play. The use of local materials and resources is incorporated. Labs required. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F210  (52681)Child GuidancePatricia Meritt2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Guidance and discipline approaches for young children, based on an understanding of child development and of developmentally appropriate education practices. Such an understanding assists teachers and parents in addressing the cause of a behavior problem rather than the symptoms. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F213  (52832)Curr: Thnkg, Reas & DiscUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Emphasizes culturally and developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities to advance the cognitive development of young children, with particular focus on science, math and creativity. Includes a variety of approaches to curriculum development, assessment and necessary skills for early childhood teachers. Lab required. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F242  (52682)Child and Family EcologyUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Examines the influences the family has on the child, family dynamics and issues impacting families. Focus on the importance of understanding relationship building, support for families and interpersonal skill development that is culturally conducive with individual communities. Examines the ECE program's policies and procedures on families and parental involvement. Includes practical applications of course reading and content. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F100X  (51241)Intro to Economic AnalysisTaylor Young2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of economic analysis and reasoning and provide you the tools to analyze the behavior of individuals, firms, communities and government under conditions of unlimited wants and scarce resources. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F201X  (51242)Prin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsNoelle Iles2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F202X  (51243)Prin of Econ II:MacroeconomicsChristopher Wright2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Analysis and theory of national income, money and banking, stabilization policy, and international trade and finance. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F227  (51244)Intro Stats for Econ & BusnJungho Baek2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Development of statistical techniques and their application to economic and business problems. Simple and multiple regression and correlation, analysis of variance, forecasting techniques, quality control, nonparametric methods and decision theory. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F350  (51245)Money and BankingChristopher Wright2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The liquid wealth system in the United States, including the commercial banking system, the Federal Reserve System and nonbank financial institutions; the regulation of money and credit and its impact on macroeconomic policy objectives. COURSE DETAILS
ED F329  (51247)Teaching with TechnologyUA Staff2020-06-02 to 2020-08-07
Participants will examine multiple technology-based strategies that promote learning in P-12 classrooms. The class will examine mobile as well as desktop/laptop technologies, exploring a variety of topics including: collaboration, communication, content and classroom management apps, the role of social media in school, and the ISTE Standards for Educators. COURSE DETAILS
ED F486  (51248)Media LiteracyDiane Kardash2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Promotes critical thinking skills that empower people to make independent judgments and informed decisions in response to information conveyed through the channels of mass communications. Emphasis on developing students and others into critical viewers, listeners and readers of media. COURSE DETAILS
ED F654  (51249)Digitl Citiznshp, Internet LglUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An examination of critical elements of digital citizenship, a survey of contemporary legal issues, and an exploration of copyright, fair use, and intellectual property relevant to educators and instructional designers. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
ED F687  (52687)Alaska:Rsorcs/People/PerspectvCharles Topkok2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Introduces a broad range of essential Alaska information for educators including information on history, geography, literature, economics and politics. COURSE DETAILS
EDSC F407  (51250)Develop Literacy/Content AreasDouglas Cost2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Preparation for secondary teachers (middle school, junior, and senior high school) to integrate listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing strategies into a content area of the classroom. Candidates examine and evaluate learning theories related to literacy development and varied methods of instruction and assessment to help design and develop an appropriate pedagogical model for teaching. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F422  (51252)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidJoanne Healy2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Provides in-depth understanding of best practice strategies for supporting students with high incidence disabilities. A theoretical basis for selecting approaches is presented along with practical strategies of methods of instruction and classroom management for addressing the needs of students. Development, implementation, support and evaluation of Individual Education Program (IEP) plan for students with high incidence disabilities as well as classroom management techniques and plans developed for inclusion of high incidence disabilities in culturally responsive ways. Field experience and research are required. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F448  (51254)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F622  (51255)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidJoanne Healy2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides in-depth understanding of best practice strategies supporting students with high incidence disabilities. A theoretical basis for selecting approaches is presented along with practical strategies of methods of instruction and classroom management for addressing the needs of students. Development, implementation, support and evaluation of Individual Education Program (IEP) plan for students with high incidence disabilities as well as classroom management techniques and plans developed for inclusion of high incidence disabilities in culturally responsive ways. Field and research experience required. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F632  (51257)Spcl Ed Law: Prncples & PrctcsBrenda Williamson2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Examines three federal laws that form the foundation of disability law: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Focuses on substantive principles that underlie procedural requirements including due process issues, case law analysis, policy changes and the creation of a legally defensible Individual Educational Program (IEP). COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F642  (51258)Autism Spectrum DisordersJoanne Healy2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Review functional behavioral assessments, development of behavior plans, evaluation of sensory issues, use of social stories, social skills and life skills instruction to assist inclusive practices of students with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. Field experience required. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F648  (51259)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. Research projects required. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (51260)World LiteratureMaureen Sullivan2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to critical reading and appreciation of a wide variety of literary texts from different cultures. Includes exposure to a variety of approaches to myth, poetry, story telling and drama. Students will gain an understanding of cultural differences and universals in texts from American, American minority, Western European and non-Western sources. Specific content to be announced at time of registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (51261)World LiteratureGayle Hammons2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to critical reading and appreciation of a wide variety of literary texts from different cultures. Includes exposure to a variety of approaches to myth, poetry, story telling and drama. Students will gain an understanding of cultural differences and universals in texts from American, American minority, Western European and non-Western sources. Specific content to be announced at time of registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (51262)Intro to Creative WritingJaclyn Bergamino2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Forms and techniques of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (51263)Intro to Creative WritingCarolyn Stice2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Forms and techniques of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F314  (51264)Technical WritingVictoria Avery2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Writing business letters (letters of inquiry, complaint, evaluation, and job application with resume), preparing tables, graphs, process descriptions, technical instructions, abstracts, grant proposals, and technical reports (progress, laboratory, survey, incident, inspection, feasibility and research). Course does not fulfill the second half of the requirement in written communication. COURSE DETAILS
ES F331  (51265)Mechanics of MaterialsCheng-fu Chen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Analysis of internal forces in members subjected to axial, torsional and flexural loads, singly and in combination. Stress-strain relationships and material property definitions; shear and moment diagrams, Mohr's Circle. Applications include beams, columns, connections and indeterminate cases. COURSE DETAILS
ES F346  (51266)Introduction to ThermodynamicsRorik Peterson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Fundamental principles and elementary applications of thermodynamics, including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and thermodynamic systems, properties, processes and cycles. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F105X  (51267)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F371  (51268)Digital ImagingJennifer Moss2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills and knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F101X  (51269)Expdtn Earth:Intro to GeogrphyRoger Pearson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to essential concepts and approaches of geographic study. Explores physical, political, economic and cultural geography of major world culture regions. Examines each region in relation to others, and in context of global economic, political and environmental change. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F302  (51270)Geography of AlaskaRoger Pearson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Regional, physical and economic geography of Alaska. Special consideration of the state's renewable and nonrenewable resources and of plans for their wise use. Frequent class study of representative maps and visual materials. COURSE DETAILS
GER F103  (51271)Conversational German IHelga Wagenleiter2020-05-04 to 2020-08-31
Oral skills improvement. Includes group work, presentations, skits, discussions and vocabulary to improve speaking on specific topics. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F100X  (51272)Modern World HistoryJohn Heaton2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Significant aspects of modern world history, using either a chronological or an issues approach to be announced when offered. The chronological approach will examine major global developments in the twentieth century, while the issues approach will deal with such aspects of the modern world as revolutionary change, the interaction of peoples, ideology and the historical background of significant contemporary events. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F102X  (52834)Western Cvlization Since 1500Susan Larrabee2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course examines the origins and development of key social, political, economic and cultural trends in Western civilization from 1500 to the present. Topics to be examined include the Reformation, the scientific revolution, the Enlightenment, the French and Industrial revolutions, nationalism, imperialism, communism, fascism, World Wars I and II, and the Cold War. Students will learn how to read and interpret historical documents, how the interplay of historical factors conditions subsequent events and different approaches and perspectives for understanding the past. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F115  (51273)Alaska, Land and Its PeopleJohn Heaton2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
A survey of Alaska from earliest days to present, its peoples, problems and prospects. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F131  (51274)History of the U.S.John Heaton2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The discovery of America to 1865. Colonial period, revolution, formation of the constitution, western expansion, Civil War. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F132X  (51275)History of the U.S.John Heaton2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Surveys U.S. history from post-Civil War Reconstruction to the present. It examines challenges faced by the nation as it grappled with transformations and international crises that resulted from industrialization, urbanization, immigration, expanded globalization, economic crisis and two world wars. The U.S. emerged from World War II as a super power, but found itself locked in a Cold War struggle against communism that provided the backdrop to the second half of the 20th century. It influenced cultural, social, political and economic changes that continue to shape American life and foreign policy today. This course develops critical thinking and writing skills: introduces the methods, theories and approaches that inform historical interpretations of this era; and provides opportunities to use qualitative and quantitative data-- the primary source materials-- that historians use to defend their interpretations and arguements. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F325  (52563)The History of SexualitySine Anahita2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The history of sexuality from a worldwide comparative perspective. Theories and debates about the history of sexuality in selected times and places, with an emphasis on the modern period. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F429  (51276)History of Modern Middle EastWalter Skya2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An advanced survery of the modern Middle East from the 19th century to the present. It will focus on the birth of the modern Middle Eastern states out of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the Oajar Dynasty, and the impact of the Western colonial powers on Middle Eastern societies and culture. Special attention will be given to the birth of modern secular Turkey, Egypt under military governments for the past half-century and the Iranian Revolution of 1979, the partition of Palestine. The origins of the Jewish state and the impact of the on-going Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the political dynamics of the entire Islamic world will also be carefully examined. The contestation between secular nationalisms and the religious nationalisms as well as trans-national Islamic movements will also be given special attention. The impact of radical Islam on the other non-Western countries will be discussed. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F434  (51277)Hist of LGBTQ CommunitiesSine Anahita2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An in-depth seminar on various topics in History. Approach will vary depending on the subject of the study, but will emphasize reading, critical analysis and writing on a major issue in history. Content will vary to take advantage of different directions in history, such as cultural, intellectual or economic history. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (51278)Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Study of medical terminology, including analysis and origin of word roots, prefixes and suffixes. Understanding the word components, students will be able to build, spell and define medical words. Content will be presented by body systems focusing on terms for anatomy, diagnostic, laboratory and medical specialties. Includes use of medical dictionary, word pronunciation and abbreviations. Designed for health care professionals. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (51279)Science of NutritionShawn Russell2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to the principles of nutrition and its relationship to the life cycle. Focus on the importance nutrition plays in personal health and how to objectively evaluate nutritional intake using scientifically sound resources. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F208  (51280)Human DiseasesBetty Aldrich2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
25% OFF: Introduction to the study of human diseases. Pathogenesis, etiology and predisposing factors will be examined. The most common diseases and disorders of each body system are presented along with a review of the pertinent anatomy and physiology. Includes the effects of aging on the system and the relationship of aging to disease. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F223  (52694)Terrorism: A Global ThreatJames Wall2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course will investigate the historical origins of global terrorism, the major contemporary terrorist organizations (foreign and domestic), their ideological motivations and their methodologies for employing terror. It will also explore the threats posed to the United States and the West in terms of national security and the economy. An in-depth examination and evaluation of several case studies of terrorist acts will be made. The primary focus of this course will be on terrorist organizations and their acts of terror. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F227  (52695)Transportation & Border SecurSean McGee2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course provides an overview of modern border and transportation security challenges, as well as different methods employed to address these challenges. The time period from post 9-11 to the present is covered. Topics explored include those associated with border and transportation infrastructure security; seaports, ships, aircraft, airports, trains, train stations, trucks, highways, bridges, rail lines, pipelines and buses. The course will include an exploration of technological solutions employed to enhance security of borders and transportation systems. Discussions will include such topics as the legal, economic, political and cultural concerns and impacts associated with transportation and border security. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F271  (51282)Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course is about accounting for public organizations such as fire, police and similar functions of local governments. Accounting is an essential function in all organizations. This course is from a user's perspective-- understanding accounting reports rather than preparing them. The major topics covered include: understanding financial reports, budgeting preparation, governmental accounting basics, grant writing and management and ethics. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F301  (51283)Princ Emerg Mgmt & Home SecSean McGee2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The course provides a foundational perspective as to how our present federal emergency management and homeland security structure emerged with emphasis placed on the characteristics, functions, and resources of its integrated systems. This course additionally focuses on the principles and practices of homeland security and emergency management at the local, state and federal levels. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F403  (51284)Public Health in EmergenciesJohn Broderick2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on the role public health plays in the disaster lifecycle and emergency management. Public Health is a relatively new concept in emergency management. Topics including public health's role in fostering community resilience, medical intelligence and disease monitoring, behavioral health recovery, ethical considerations and planning for vulnerable and special needs populations are examined. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F416  (52696)Cybersecurity ManagementAlec Bennett2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Develop an understanding of the concepts, trends and strategies associated with cybersecurity and managing risk. This course will enable managers to understand risks associated with information technology, develop compensating controls or mitigations and implement them. Planning process, mitigation strategies, detection and recovery associated with cybersecurity and risk management are covered. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F417  (52792)Cybersecurity ResiliencyThomas Langdon2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on the challenges faced by organizational leadership resisting, responding and recovering from cyber-attacks impacting business critical data. This course will further the understanding of a new and demanding career field emerging within the emergency management and homeland security fields. Without the knowledge of how to build a cyber security resilient organization, the future emergency manager will lack critical skills. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F418  (51285)Cybercrime, Fraud and LawSean McGee2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course provides an introduction to cybercrime, including the history of cybercrime in the U.S. and the resulting law and regulatory environment in which it has resulted. Techniques and resources for investigating cyber incidents will be presented, as well as the methods used to commit malicious or criminal acts. Active elements of the cyber underworld, including organized crime, terrorism and state sponsored activity, will be discussed. Students will become familiar with legal processes of which they may find themselves a part of, including litigation, depositions and expert reporting. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F445  (51286)Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtAmber Lammers2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The course serves as an introduction to crisis management and organizational continuity from a private sector business crisis and continuity management partnership perspective. The topics include comprehensive emergency management, public and private roles and partnerships for emergency and crisis management, the risk management process, strategic crisis management, contingency planning, training and exercises, emergency response, business continuity and recovery, the role of the crisis management team, and crisis communication. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F456  (51287)Leadrshp in Dangerous ContxtsCameron Carlson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course focuses on the challenges faced by those who serve as leaders during crisis and emergency circumstances. During emergency circumstances, leading others, being able to influence and motivate them during crisis is critical. Topics including leadership and followership, crisis decision making, fear and emotion and the unique circumstances of an emergency manager/homeland security professional are examined. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F601  (51288)Legal Aspects of HSEMRichard DiGiacomo2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Homeland security and emergency management (HSEM) are heavily regulated by US Code, executive agency guidelines and various federal and state laws and regulations. Participants in emergency planning and execution, are, themselves, subject to myriad laws and regulations while executing their response functions but also in the way they coordinate and interact with other responders whose authorities may differ from their own. This course examines the applicable statutory, regulatory and policy aspects regulating HSEM. It begins with an overview of the Constitution, separation of powers and federalism- the foundation that defines the legal basis for federal, state, tribal and local action before, during and after emergency and contingency management. With this background, the course focuses on relevant statutes such as the Stafford Act, the Economy Act Insurrection Act, Posse Comitatus Act, and those relating to governmental and individual liability/defenses while performing emergency and contingency management. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F603  (52697)Disaster Management PolicyTroy Bouffard2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course will provide context for and contemporary coverage of the fields of disaster management and homeland security. Emphasis will be placed on the role of persons at all levels; federal, state and local. This can include scientists, engineers, civil and military, elected/appointed officials and first responders. The course will explore how social science research can be usefully applied to policy development and everyday practice. Students will discuss and review public policy, organizational management and leadership issues they will face as future practitioners and leaders in the field. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F656  (52791)Strategic LeadershipCameron Carlson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Focus on the understanding and application of strategic leadership. We will discuss the process by which leaders make decisions at the strategic level. We will use historical examples of strategic leaders and assess the success-- and failure-- of strategic leadership under the challenging and catastrophic scenarios. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F665  (51289)Strategic CollaborationCharles Fedullo2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
This course is designed to explore the techniques of collaboration and communication and their strategic use in managing contemporary organizations. Students will identify their own communication style and how to deploy it in various managerial situations. Topics will include exploring individual personality type and the effect of type on collaboration style, identifying the purposes for types of communication, conflict and collaboration, the presentation of data and results. Emergency communication will also be explored. Students will work on improving practical skills such as listening, writing, and creating and delivering presentations. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F690  (52698)Security and Disaster MangmntUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This course serves as the capstone course for the security and disaster management degree. This course should be taken near the end of the students' graduate program. This course will focus on the integration of both security and disaster management in a complex globalized environment. The course will explore touch points for public and private partnerships, organizing for effective security and disaster management solutions and the development of effective policies for both the public and private sectors. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F695  (52738)Homeland Security IntelligenceJohn Comiskey2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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JPN F195  (52793)Bridging to Intermediate JPNChisato Murakami2020-06-01 to 2020-07-10
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JUST F125X  (51293)Intro to Addictive ProcessesMichael Daku2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: Focus on gaining knowledge of the psycho-social aspects of addiction. Historic and behavioral approaches, disease concept and current trends relating to addiction presented. Twelve step and self-help approaches explored. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F222  (51294)Research MethodsGary Copus2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: Application of social science research methods to solving scientific and nonscientific questions arising in justice or political science. Basic methods include statistical analysis, survey research, and Internet applications. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (51296)Ethics and JusticeGary Copus2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: An examination of ethical and moral concepts, and their relationship to criminal justice issues. Applies ethics theories to the criminal justice institutions of police, courts and corrections. Examines ethical and moral dilemmas which confront crime control policy makers. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F310  (51297)Principles of CorrectionsMichael Daku2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to adult institutions, community- based programs, and theories of incarceration. Correctional programs are examined. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F335  (51298)Gender and CrimeJon Duke2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An exploration of gender and crime including the extent of female crime, victimization, masculinity and violence, and women professionals in the justice system. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F340  (52878)Rural Justice in AlaskaJeffrey May2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Application of the western justice system to remote northern Native villages including issues arising from cultural conflicts, difficulties associated with a centralized justice system serving distant roadless communities, the federal/Indian relationship, and a description of crime occurring in the villages. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F345  (51299)Police ProblemsJon Duke2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Analysis of the nature of coercive power and the special problems faced by people who assume the responsibility of coercing others; how coercive power affects personality and how personality affects the way different types of people respond to the challenge and responsibilities of using coercive means; conditions that discourage excessive use of coercive means and encourage police officers to develop in morally and politically mature ways. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F395  (52875)Gender & Human TraffickingTara Lampert2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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JUST F490  (51301)Capstone: Semr Crtcl Iss CrmlJon Duke2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This seminar is one of three ways to satisfy the major capstone experience. The seminar will last for one week and the student will be required to attend sessions 8 hours a day. Topics of current interest. Candidates in standing for BA degree in Justice will make presentations. Attendance is required on the UAF campus. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F690  (51304)Sem Crit Issue & Crim Just PolJon Duke2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This seminar will be the only course actually requiring a student to attend on the UAF Campus. The Seminar will last for one week and the student will be required to attend sessions 8 hours a day. Topics of current interest. Candidates in standing for the M.A. degree in Justice will make presentations. Attendance is required on the UAF campus. COURSE DETAILS
LING F699  (51306)ThesisSabine Siekmann2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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LS F101X  (51307)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (51308)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (51309)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F055  (52270)Elementary AlgebraJudith Atkinson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Topics include evaluation and simplifying algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations and graphs of lines. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F105  (52271)Intermediate AlgebraJudith Atkinson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of linear and quadratic functions; functions and their inverses; introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions; and systems of linear equations. To matriculate to MATH F151X from MATH F105 a grade of B or higher is required. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F113X  (51310)Numbers and SocietyHillary VanSpronsen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Numbers and data help us understand our society. In this course, we develop mathematical concepts and tools to understand what numbers and data can tell us. Topics may include the mathematics of elections and voting, modeling population growth, financial mathematics, polls and surveying, and introductory probability and descriptive statistics. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F114X  (52575)Patterns and SocietyHillary VanSpronsen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Patterns are present in every aspect of daily life. In this course, we develop mathematical concepts and tools to understand what patterns can tell us. Topics may include dividing things fairly; determining efficient routes and schedules; analyzing networks and their properties; the mathematics of symmetry, fractal geometry, and patterns in nature. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F122X  (52867)Essntl Precalc w/ApplicationsLatrice Bowman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
A study of various classes of functions, exploring their numeric, algebraic and graphical aspects. Function classes include linear, quadratic, rational, exponential and logarithmic. This course is appropriate for students in programs relating to business and economics or life sciences or students intending to take MATH F230X. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F156X  (51317)PrecalculusHillary VanSpronsen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Various classes of functions and their graphs are explored numerically, algebraically and graphically. Function classes include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric. Skills and concepts needed for calculus are emphasized. This class is intended for students intending to take MATH F251X. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251L  (51320)Calculus I RecitationHillary VanSpronsen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Recitation section for Calculus I. Activities may include worksheets, quizzes and problem sessions associated with corresponding lecture material from MATH F251X. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251X  (51322)Calculus IHillary VanSpronsen2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
A first course in single-variable calculus. Topics include limits; continuity and differentiation of functions; applications of the derivative to graphing, optimization, and rates of change; definite and indefinite integration; and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F252L  (52871)MATH F252X RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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MATH F252X  (51323)Calculus IICaleb Jurkowski2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Further topics in single-variable calculus, including techniques of integration; applications of integration; convergence of sequences and series; parameterized curves; and polar coordinates. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F253X  (51324)Calculus IIICaleb Jurkowski2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Multivariable calculus. Topics include vectors in 2- and 3-dimensions; differential calculus of functions of several variables; multiple integration; vector calculus, including Green's and Stokes' Theorem; and applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F302  (51325)Differential EquationsCaleb Jurkowski2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Nature and origin of differential equations, first order equations and solutions, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, systems of equations, power series solutions, operational methods, and applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F314  (51326)Linear AlgebraLatrice Bowman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Linear equations, finite dimensional vector spaces, matrices, determinants, linear transformations and characteristic values. Inner product spaces. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F643  (51327)Marketing ManagementMargaret Keiper2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Provides managerial approach to examining processes for identifying prospective opportunities, as well as review of marketing mix elements relating to planning, developing and implementing marketing plans. Topics include market segmentation, buyer behavior, product policy and strategy, pricing, promotion and sales force management, distribution channel policy, competitive behavior, market research and marketing ethics. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F665  (51328)Strategic CollaborationCharles Fedullo2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
This course is designed to explore the techniques of collaboration and communication and their strategic use in managing contemporary organizations. Students will identify their own communication style and how to deploy it in various managerial situations. Topics will include exploring individual personality type and the effect of type on collaboration style, identifying the purposes for types of communication, conflict and collaboration, the presentation of data and results. Emergency communication will also be explored. Students will work on improving practical skills such as listening, writing, and creating and delivering presentations. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F691  (51329)Advanced Topics in BusinessJean Richey2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Developing managers' ability to excel in specialized areas of business such as entrepreneurship and risk management. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F111L  (52868)MSL F111X LaboratoryJennifer Reynolds2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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MSL F111X  (51330)The OceansJennifer Reynolds2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Study of the oceans from the broad perspective offered by combining insights from biology, physics, chemistry and geology. Topics include the evolution of the oceans and marine life, forces acting on water and the resulting currents and waves, and relationships between the physics and chemistry of water bodies and their biological productivity. Societal questions related to fisheries management, global climate change and pollution will be discussed. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F125X  (51331)Enjoying JazzLorna Eder2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to jazz music, including its history, performance and various styles. This is a listening intensive course that offers a deeper appreciation and greater awareness of the many artists, collaborations and trends contributing to the development of this musical art. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F200X  (51332)Explorations in MusicLisa Kljaich2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Quality Matters Certified Course: Understanding and appreciation of music through explorations of its diverse styles, influences and developments. Topics include the creative process, musical forms and expression, historical and cultural contexts and popular movements and trends. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F102X  (51333)Introduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Survey of philosophers and problems in the Western tradition beginning with the ancient Greeks (Plato, Aristotle) and continuing with medieval (Anselm, Augustine, Aquinas) and modern European thinkers (Descartes, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche). Themes and topics may vary. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F322X  (51334)EthicsEduardo Wilner2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
"Ethic,"--from the Greek "ethos" meaning character, custom, usage--is the study of value distinctions. Examination of the nature of value judgments--their historical origins and philosophical assumptions--and exploration of the application of value distinctions to contemporary social, religious and scientific/technical. COURSE DETAILS
PS F101X  (52565)Intro to Amer Govt & PoliticsChanda Meek2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
This is a broad survey course that exposes students to the key theories, methods and data used to describe and explain the U.S. political system. We examine the principles of governance, institutions and practices of American national government; the Constitution, federalism, interest groups, parties, public opinion and elections. COURSE DETAILS
PS F201X  (52566)Comparative PoliticsUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to the systematic study of government and politics in countries other than the U.S. Students will explore such questions as why some countries are democracies and other countries dictatorships; why some remain stable and peaceful, while others seem in constant turmoil. This is a prerequisite for other courses in comparative politics. COURSE DETAILS
PS F221X  (52567)International PoliticsBrandon Boylan2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Introduction to the problems, literature, theory and terminology of international relations. Provides a basis for understanding current international events and introduces the three subfields of international relations: international security, international political economy and international organization. Examines relations between nations, regions and groups, as well as ideas of conflict, security, trade, technology, negotiation, cooperation, revolution, modernization and community. COURSE DETAILS
PS F300X  (51335)Ethics and SocietyJeremy Speight2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
What is the right thing to do? A presentation of important theories of values, morality and ethics. Application of theories to dilemmas of choice in the public world, such as euthanasia, abortion, animal rights, sexual morality and environmental ethics. COURSE DETAILS
PS F475  (51336)Internship in Public AffairsChanda Meek2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Study of public agencies or organizations through actual experience. May be repeated for credit for a maximum of 12 credits. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F101X  (51337)Introduction to PsychologyJennifer Peterson2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Quality Matters Certified Course: Principles of general psychology emphasizing natural science and social science orientation. Cultural, environment, heredity and psychological basis for integrated behavior; visual, audition and the other senses; motivation and emotion; basic processes in learning, problem solving, and thinking; personality; psychological disorders -- their prevention and treatment, and therapeutic strategies. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F275  (51338)Intro to Soc Sci Research MethJennifer Peterson2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to research methods in psychology. Includes the scientific process, developing research ideas, experimental and non-experimental designs, sampling, surveys and data analysis. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F333  (51340)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F395  (52712)Forensic PsychologyAndrea Greenberg2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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PSY F395  (52726)Psychology of StressJennifer Peterson2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
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PSY F448  (51342)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F648  (51343)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. Research project required. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F101X  (51344)Introduction to SociologyMary Sunwood2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F333  (51346)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F492  (52835)Intro to Transgender StudiesSine Anahita2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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SPAN F311  (51348)Advanced Spanish CompositionMarina Cuzovic-Severn2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Practice of formal and informal writing styles in Spanish. Focus on vocabulary and stylistic issues. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F281X  (51349)Intro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides a basic understanding of the methods employed to manage amateur and professional sports organizations and the legal issues involved. Topics such as stadium financing, risk management contracts and human resource management, data collection, public versus private sector labor laws, collective bargaining and drug testing will be examined. Basic management techniques, theory and problems associated with the field sport management are discussed along with history and current trends in sport management. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F491  (52700)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2020-06-29 to 2020-08-07
This course is an introduction to the application of analytical tools and techniques used within the sports industry. It will discuss theory, development, and application of analytics in the sports industry. COURSE DETAILS
STAT F200X  (51350)Elementary StatisticsJulie McIntyre2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Introduction to concepts and applications of elementary statistical methods. Topics include sampling and data analysis, descriptive statistics, elementary probability, probability and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation, and simple linear regression. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F325  (52564)The History of SexualitySine Anahita2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
The history of sexuality from a worldwide comparative perspective. Theories and debates about the history of sexuality in selected times and places, with an emphasis on the modern period. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F332  (51351)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F395  (52876)Gender & Human TraffickingTara Lampert2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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WGS F492  (52836)Intro to Transgender StudiesSine Anahita2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
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WRTG F110  (52902)Intro. to College WritingJennifer Ferderer-Foley2020-05-18 to 2020-06-26
Intensive preparatory work in the college writing skills needed for WRTG F111X, including research, writing, revising and critical reading skills. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (51354)Writing Across ContextsUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (51355)Writing Across ContextsUA Staff2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F211X  (51356)Writing and the HumanitiesHans Burger2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the humanities, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F211X  (52899)Writing and the HumanitiesCarolyn Stice2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the humanities, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (51357)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the professions, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (51358)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the professions, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (51359)Writing and the SciencesCasie Cameron2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the social and natural sciences, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (51360)Writing and the SciencesCasie Cameron2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the social and natural sciences, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F214X  (51361)Arguing Across ContextsMaureen Sullivan2020-05-18 to 2020-08-07
Instruction and practice in written research-supported arguments for a variety of audiences, with an emphasis on rhetorical strategies across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS