Liberal Studies On-Site Course Schedule

Academic Year 2011-2012

Spring 2012

  • ANTH 311: Peoples of the World -N. America (CD, NWC)  
  • ART 366: History of Art 
  • COMM 326: Intercultural Communication, Dr. Natalie Dollar 
  • COMM 312: Advanced Public Speaking, Instructor Mike Artus 
  • ENG 319: The American Novel - Post WWII, Dr. Neil Browne (LA, WC, HUM) 
  • ENG 360: Native American Lit (NWC, CD) 
  • ENG 416: Power and Representation, Ellen Santasiero (CGI)  
  • ENG 470: Studies in Poetry: Whitman & His Heirs, Dr Neil Browne  (WIC, HUM) 
  • HST 366: History of the American Indian 
  • HST 474: Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy 
  • LS 499: Professional Development, Natalie Dollar and Marla Hacker 
  • PS 370: Science, Religion and Politics, Dr. James Foster (STS) 
  • PS 429: Topics in Judicial Politics, Dr. James Foster (WIC) 
  • PS 475: Environmental Politics 
  • SOC 312: Sociology of the Family, Dr. Dennis Lynn (DPD) 
  • SOC 399: Special Topics – Issues and Movement 
  • SOC 422: Sociology of Organizations 
  • SPAN 313: Third Year Spanish  

Summer 2012 

  • ANTH 477: Ecological Anthropology, Marino, E   
  • ART 415: Art for Teachers, Dr. Sandy Brooke (FA) 
  • COMM 324: Communication in Organization, Mike Artus 
  • ENG 362: American Women Writers, Ellen Santasiero (LA, HUM) 
  • PSY 499: Mental Health - Special Topic  
  • SOC 312: Sociology of the Family, Dr. Denis Lynn (DPD) 

 

Academic Year 2012-2013

Fall 2012 forecast courses.  ***Subject to change.

  • AMS 311: Topics in American Studies, Neil Browne
  • ANTH 350: Language Culture and Society (SOC)
  • ART 386: A Cultural History of American Art and Lit (crosslisted with ENG 386) Henry Sayre
  • ART 367: History of Design (STS) Henry Sayre
  • COMM 318: Adv Interpersonal Communication, Mike Artus (SOC)
  • COMM 321: Intro to Communication Theory, Natalie Dollar (SOC)
  • ENG 386: A Cultural History of American Art and Lit (crosslisted with ART 386), Neil Browne
  • LS 499: Professional Development, Mike Artus
  • PS 323: American Constitutional Law, James Foster
  • PS 326: Judicial Process and Politics, James Foster
  • SOC 439: Welfare and Social Services
  • SPAN 311: Advanced Spanish Grammar, Leslie Veenstra 

Winter 2013 ***Subject to change.

  • ANTH 479: Anthropology of Migration
  • ART 387: A Cultural History of American Art & Literature, Civil War to Harlem Renaissance, Henry Sayre 
  • ART 462: , Direction and Issues in Contemporary Art, Henry Sayre  * subject to change
  • COMM 322: Small Group Communication, Mike Artus
  • COMM 323: Community Dialogue, Natalie Dollar 
  • ENG 387: A Cultural History of American Art & Literature, Civil War to Harlem Renaissance, Neil Browne 
  • ENG 482: Studies in American Literature, Culture, & Environment, Neil Browne
  • ENG 416: Power and Representation (CGI)
  • PS 317: Gender and Politics, James Foster
  • PS 363: Gender and Race in American Politic Thought  (DPD),  James Foster
  • SOC 412: Sociology of Work and Family
  • SPAN 312: Third Year Spanish,  Leslie Veenstra

Spring 2013 ***Subject to change.

  • ANTH 486: Anthropology of Food
  • ART 388: A Cultural History of American Art & Literature, Great Depression to Postmodernity, Henry Sayre
  • ART 411: Contemporary Issues in Art (WIC), Sandy Brooke
  • COMM 326: Intercultural Communication, Natalie Dollar
  • COMM 300 level, TBA, Mike Artus
  • ENG 362: American Women Writers (LA, HUM)
  • ENG 388: A Cultural History of American Art & Literature, Great Depression to Postmodernity, Neil Browne
  • ENG 360: Native American Literature (NWC, CD)
  • LS 499: Professional Development
  • PS 475: Environmental Politics
  • PS 365: American Political Thought, Dr. James Foster
  • PS 370: Science Religion and Politics (STS), James Foster
  • SOC 312: Sociology of the Family (DPD), Dennis Lynn
  • SOC 475: Rural Sociology
  • SPAN 313: Third Year Spanish,  Leslie Veenstra

*** ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

() – Indicates Bacc Core or CLA Core Courses - see your advising guide for info.


Previous Courses:

Fall 2011

  • #AMS 311: Special Topic – The 60’s, Dr. James Foster
  • ANTH 399: Special Topics: Anthropology of the Museum
  • ART 364: History of Art
  • COMM 322: Small Group Comm Theory, TBA
  • COMM 425: Comm and Youth Outreach, Dr. Natalie Dollar
  • ENG 317: Begin to Chopin, Dr. Neil Browne (LA, WC, HUM)
  • #ENG 485: Studies in American Literature – Focus on Lit of the Vietnam War, Dr. Neil Browne (WIC, HUM)
  • HST 310: The Historian Craft
  • PS 323: American Constitutional Law, Dr. James Foster
  • SOC 399: Special Topic – American Society 
  • SOC 460: The Sociology of Globalization 
  • SPAN 311: 3rd Year Spanish, Instructor Leslie Veenstra
  • #WS 490: Self-Esteem and Personal Power – Civil Rights

# = indicates a common theme of the 1960’s and events that encompass that era.  Students who take all 3 theme courses will benefit from a linked course environment.

Winter 2012

  • ANTH 370: Field Method in Cultural Anthropology, Instructor Marino (WIC)
  • ANTH 473: Anthropology of Gender, Ethnicity, Culture, Instructor Amy Harper  [Students must register for ANTH 407 (1)]
  • ART 365: History of Art, Instructor Karen Ellis [Students should register for ART 407 (1) to receive 4 credits]
  • COMM 399: Leadership (4 credits) Dr. Natalie Dollar      
  • COMM 328: Nonverbal Communication, Instructor Mike Artus
  • ENG 318: American Novel- Modernist, Instructor Ellen Santasiero (LA, WC, HUM)
  • ENG 445: Studies in Non-Fiction, Dr Neil Browne (WIC, HUM)
  • HST 399: Age of Discovery, Instructor Patricia O’Neil
  • PS 363: Gender and Race in Political Thought , Dr. James Foster (DPD)
  • PS 415: Politics and the Media, Dr. James Foster
  • SOC 399: Special Topics: Work and Occupation, Instructor Charles Drake 
  • SPAN 312: 3rd Year Spanish, Instructor Leslie Veenstra