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ACCT-301 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (3)

The first course of the three-semester sequence of intermediate financial accounting. This course focuses on a comprehensive review of issues related to the reporting and analysis of financial accounting information. Topics include financial accounting standard setting, the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, balance sheet and income statement presentations, revenue and expense recognition, and accounting for current assets and current liabilities. Data analytics is used to analyze data and present findings. Prerequisite: ACCT 202 with a minimum grade of C.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Jan Williams

Cross Listed with ACCT 510


ACCT-302 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (3)

This class is the second course of the three-semester sequence of intermediate financial accounting. This course focuses on issues related to the reporting and analysis of financial accounting information. The objective in this course is to examine in detail (with an emphasis on both the "what" and the "why") the following financial topics: 1) Operational Assets 2) Time value of money 3) Bonds and long term notes 4) Leases 5) Employee benefits and pensions. Prerequisite: ACCT301 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Alice Gardner

Cross Listed with ACCT 511


ACCT-310 INTERMED ACCOUNTING III (3)

The third course in a three-course sequence for accounting majors. A comprehensive view of financial accounting concepts and principles, an intensive look at the nature and determination of the major financial statements, and an examination of current accounting practice, theory, and literature. Topics include shareholders' equity, investments, income taxes, earnings per share, accounting changes, error analysis, and statement of cash flows. Prerequisite: ACCT 302 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C. [CAP]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Mary Demarest

Cross Listed with ACCT 513


ACCT-310 INTERMED ACCOUNTING III (3)

The third course in a three-course sequence for accounting majors. A comprehensive view of financial accounting concepts and principles, an intensive look at the nature and determination of the major financial statements, and an examination of current accounting practice, theory, and literature. Topics include shareholders' equity, investments, income taxes, earnings per share, accounting changes, error analysis, and statement of cash flows. Prerequisite: ACCT 302 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C. [CAP]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 WEB WEB Mary Demarest

Cross Listed with ACCT 513


ACCT-317 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3)

A study of fundamental accounting system concepts, the utilization of accounting system technology to establish security and controls, accounting system development, documentation and data base implementation and the internal controls of accounting information. SQL and Python languages will be used to perform accounting information systems (AIS) tasks on the revenue, expense, production and payroll cycles. Prerequisite ACCT 202.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Hoang Nguyen

Cross Listed with ACCT 752


ACCT-401 AUDITING (3)

A study of generally accepted auditing standards with emphasis on professional standards, planning, internal control, audit evidence, audit sampling and standard reports for the various attestation functions. Prerequisites: ACCT 302 with a minimum grade of C or permission of instructor.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Johnny Ramsey

Cross Listed with ACCT 512


ACCT-403 ADVANCED FINANCIAL REPORTING (3)

A study of accounting concepts and financial reporting for state and local governments, not-for-profit entities, and partnerships; translation of foreign currency financial statements, and preparation of consolidated financial statements for consolidated enterprises. Data analytics is used to analyze data and present findings. Prerequisite: ACCT 302 with a minimum grade of C.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Jan Williams

Cross Listed with ACCT 755


ACCT-405 INCOME TAXATION (3)

Denit Honors Enhanced Course

Students develop skills to examine and evaluate data and problems in the context of income tax law. Primarily related to the taxation of individuals, students will use judgment to draw conclusions, and demonstrate and apply tax concepts. Students will use income tax law to compute and minimize tax liability, analyze the interrelationships of separate areas of taxation to identify causes and find evidence to support inferences. The course includes the use of tax research databases to find evidence to support conclusions on tax issues and prepare an individual income tax return using tax return preparation software. Prerequisite ACCT 202

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
EZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
Room TBD Phillip Korb

Cross Listed with ACCT 514


ACCT-414 FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING (3)

The course covers the basics of federal, state and local (municipal) accounting with particular focus on fund accounting and issues specific to the accounting by the US Federal Government. The course coverage will roughly approximate the curriculum of Part II and III of Exam II of Certified Government Financial Manager examination. Prerequisite: ACCT 202 with a minimum grade of C.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 313B Johnny Ramsey

Cross Listed with ACCT 702


ACCT-510 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (3)

The first course of the three-semester sequence of intermediate financial accounting. This course focuses on a comprehensive review of issues related to the reporting and analysis of financial accounting information. Topics include financial accounting standard setting, the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, balance sheet and income statement presentations, revenue and expense recognition, and accounting for current assets and current liabilities. Data analytics is used to analyze data and present findings. Prerequisites: ACCT 504 or ACCT 505.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Jan Williams

Cross Listed with ACCT 301


ACCT-511 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (3)

This course focuses on issues related to the reporting and analysis of financial accounting information. The objective in this course is to examine in detail (with an emphasis on both the "what" and the "why") the following financial topics: 1) Operational Assets 2) Time value of money 3) Bonds and long term notes 4) Leases 5) Employee benefits and pensions. Prerequisite: ACCT 510 or equivalent

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Alice Gardner

Cross Listed with ACCT 302


ACCT-512 AUDITING (3)

A study of generally accepted auditing standards with emphasis on professional standards, planning, internal control, audit evidence, audit sampling and standard reports for the various attestation functions. Prerequisite: ACCT 505 or equivalent

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Johnny Ramsey

Cross Listed with ACCT 401


ACCT-513 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III (3)

A comprehensive view of financial accounting concepts and principles, an intensive look at the nature and determination of the major financial statements, and an examination of current accounting practice, theory, and literature. Topics include shareholders' equity, investments, income taxes, earnings per share, accounting changes, error analysis, and statement of cash flows. Prerequisite: Completed or concurrent enrollment in ACCT 511.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 WEB WEB Mary Demarest

Cross Listed with ACCT 310


ACCT-513 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III (3)

A comprehensive view of financial accounting concepts and principles, an intensive look at the nature and determination of the major financial statements, and an examination of current accounting practice, theory, and literature. Topics include shareholders' equity, investments, income taxes, earnings per share, accounting changes, error analysis, and statement of cash flows. Prerequisite: Completed or concurrent enrollment in ACCT 511.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 227 Mary Demarest

Cross Listed with ACCT 310


ACCT-514 FUNDAMENTALS OF INCOME TAXATION (3)

Students develop skills to examine and evaluate data and problems in the context of the tax law and using judgment draw conclusions, demonstrate and apply tax concepts and the tax law to compute and minimize tax liability, analyze the interrelationships of separate areas of taxation to identify causes and find evidence to support inferences, use tax research databases to find evidence to support conclusions on tax issues, and prepare an individual income tax return using tax return preparation software. Prerequisite ACCT 505.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
Room TBD Phillip Korb

Cross Listed with ACCT 405


ACCT-702 FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING (3)

This course covers the basic of federal, state and local (municipal) accounting with particular focus on fund accounting and issues specific to the accounting by the US Federal Government. The course coverage will roughly approximate the curriculum of Parts II and III of Exam II of Certified Government Financial Manager examination. Prerequisites: ACCT 505 or permission of department.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 313B Johnny Ramsey

Cross Listed with ACCT 414


ACCT-752 ADVANCED TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3)

An advanced study of accounting information system development, documentation and database implementation and the internal controls over the accounting information, including cybersecurity controls. Includes an exploration of advanced accounting information system topics, such as ERP systems, E-business applications, AI implementation, and the use of blockchains. Prerequisite ACCT 505.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Hoang Nguyen

Cross Listed with ACCT 317


ACCT-755 ADVANCED FINANCIAL REPORTING ISSUES (3)

A study of business combinations and the preparation of consolidated financial statements for consolidated enterprises, fund-type accounting for governmental units and not-for-profit entities, accounting for partnerships and accounting for multinational enterprises. Graduate equivalent of ACCT 403. prerequisite: ACCT 511 or equivalent.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Jan Williams

Cross Listed with ACCT 403


ACCT-797 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING (3)

Specialized topics in accounting, allowing flexibility for both the changing developments in accounting and the educational needs of students. Exact topics and prerequisite structure appear in the schedule of classes. prerequisite: ACCT 505 or permission of instructor.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
WEB Mikhail Pevzner

Cross Listed with FIN 780, TAXA 780, LAWT 780


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
085 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LC 418 Courtney Gasser

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
086 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LC LTC Sepideh Soheilian

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
087 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
BC 313A Erin Richardson

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 313A Erin Richardson

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
186 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BL 027 Sepideh Soheilian

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
187 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LC LTC William Whitten

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Leonardo Caraballo

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-703 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (3)

Experience in the application of: behavioral change methods and skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in a clinical or counseling setting. The student 1) functions as a professional under the supervision and guidance of an on-site counselor, and 2) attends scheduled group supervision meetings on campus several times during the course of the semester. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward the degree. Eligible for continuing studies grade. Prerequisites: permission of instructor prior to registration and APPL 602, 605, 606 and 610; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Jordy Yarnell

Cross Listed with APPL 708


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
085 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LC 418 Courtney Gasser

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
086 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LC LTC Sepideh Soheilian

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
087 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
BC 313A Erin Richardson

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 313A Erin Richardson

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
186 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BL 027 Sepideh Soheilian

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
187 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LC LTC William Whitten

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Leonardo Caraballo

Cross Listed with APPL 703


APPL-708 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1 - 3)

Builds upon APPL 703 Practicum in Counseling, allowing students to practice and further integrate counseling skills, ethical and legal requirements, and multicultural competence and social justice advocacy in clinical or counseling settings. Students accrue at least 100 hours of supervised clinical experience for each credits taken. Students must complete arrangements for the experience with the practicum coordinator in the semester preceding enrollment. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: APPL 703 and permission of program director; only open to the following majors: M.S. in Counseling Psychology, M.S. in Applied Psychology, or Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies; other majors may take this course with departmental permission only.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Jordy Yarnell

Cross Listed with APPL 703


ARTS-201 THE ARTS IN SOCIETY (3)

Denit Honors Enhanced Course

An overview of the role that individual artistic expression and group artistic movements have played throughout history, with a focus on the individual and the arts, economics and the arts, and politics and the arts. [ART] [AH] [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 304 Rachael Zeleny

Cross Listed with ENGL 400


BIOL-121 FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY WITH LAB (4)

Introduction to the diversity of life on Earth. Cell structure, reproduction and chemistry are discussed. Provides an overview of the evolution, physiology and ecology of animals, plants and microbial life, including the impact of human behavior on ecosystems. The laboratory component of the course focuses on the design, practice and reporting of science. Laboratory exercises and experiments include an introduction to light microscopy; cell division; genetics; cellular respiration; photosynthesis; environmental science; and the examination of bacterial, botanical and zoological specimens. Laboratory fee required. [GSCI] [QQT] [BPSL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 409 No Instructor Assigned

Cross Listed with BIOL 121


BIOL-121 FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY WITH LAB (4)

Introduction to the diversity of life on Earth. Cell structure, reproduction and chemistry are discussed. Provides an overview of the evolution, physiology and ecology of animals, plants and microbial life, including the impact of human behavior on ecosystems. The laboratory component of the course focuses on the design, practice and reporting of science. Laboratory exercises and experiments include an introduction to light microscopy; cell division; genetics; cellular respiration; photosynthesis; environmental science; and the examination of bacterial, botanical and zoological specimens. Laboratory fee required. [GSCI] [QQT] [BPSL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
102 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 409 No Instructor Assigned

Cross Listed with BIOL 121


CMAT-333 MEDIA GENRES (3)

PRESTIGE TV

Analysis of the patterns and conventions of a specific type of media program (e.g., Western, science fiction, situation comedy), media artist (e.g., Hitchcock, Allen, Capra) or style (e.g., film noir). Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Laboratory fee may be required. [AH]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 304 Kyle Meikle

Cross Listed with ENGL 333


CMAT-353 RESEARCH METHODS IN DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (3)

Introduction to strategies, techniques, and tools useful in communication research. Students will gain experience finding and evaluating sources, identifying theoretical frameworks, and understanding the strengths, weaknesses, and applications of various research methodologies. Pre or co-requisite: WRIT 300. [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 323 Jennifer Keohane

Cross Listed with CMAT 353


CMAT-353 RESEARCH METHODS IN DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (3)

Introduction to strategies, techniques, and tools useful in communication research. Students will gain experience finding and evaluating sources, identifying theoretical frameworks, and understanding the strengths, weaknesses, and applications of various research methodologies. Pre or co-requisite: WRIT 300. [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Jennifer Keohane

Cross Listed with CMAT 353


CMAT-357 PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN (3)

An introduction to the principles of design. The course will focus on the organization of visual space, typography, paper and color choices, visual strategies, and appropriate visual design choices for a variety of audiences. Prerequisite: Digital Communication computer graphic competency requirement. Laboratory Fee Required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 309 Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with CMAT 357, DESN 502, DESN 502


CMAT-357 PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN (3)

An introduction to the principles of design. The course will focus on the organization of visual space, typography, paper and color choices, visual strategies, and appropriate visual design choices for a variety of audiences. Prerequisite: Digital Communication computer graphic competency requirement. Laboratory Fee Required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with CMAT 357, DESN 502, DESN 502


CMAT-364 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (3)

Explores creation and manipulation of both still and video images in the digital environment. Through lectures, critiques, demonstrations, picture taking and digital manipulation exercises, students learn to shoot, edit and use a variety of digital techniques to produce material for print and Web distribution. Emphasis is placed on the development of portfolio-quality pieces. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisite: CMAT 212 or equivalent.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Julie Simon Grabill

Cross Listed with DESN 638


CMAT-456 MOTION GRAPHICS (3)

The conceptualization and production of time-based graphic design. After studying the fundamentals of interactivity, students learn to integrate graphic design, sound, and animation, develop prototypes and examine various interactive software tools. Application of problem-solving techniques to the corporate environment and media presentations. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisites: CMAT 211, 212 or Computer Graphics Equivalency.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 205 Julie Simon Grabill

Cross Listed with DESN 671


CMAT-497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNICATIONS (3)

WRITING BALTIMORE

Intensive exploration of communication-related topics that are of mutual interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to the concurrent interests of faculty and students. The topic for study appears in the class schedule. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Laboratory fee required. prerequisite: determined by topic

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Jane Delury

Cross Listed with DESN 750, ENGL 388, CWPA 752


CNCM-790 INTERNSHIP (3)

Gives students a clinical, hands-on experience to support both their classroom learning and their career goals. Provides the opportunity to use and further develop applied conflict management skills, apply theory and research skills to the practice environment and network with conflict management professionals. Eligible for continuing studies (CS) grade; otherwise grading is pass/fail. prerequisite: completion of a minimum of 30 credits required for degree program

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
8:15 PM-10:45 PM
Room TBD Kevin DeBell

Cross Listed with GAHS 760


CNCM-798 CAPSTONE SEMINAR (3)

A highly interactive seminar that guides students in completing their capstone research projects and in showcasing their research to the program community and beyond. Students will prepare an analytical research paper that integrates learning from the program courses, internship experiences, and other activities pertinent to their chosen research focus and unique interests in the program. Eligible for continuing studies (CS) grade; otherwise, grading is pass/fail.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 001 Nusta Carranza Ko

Cross Listed with GAHS 740


CRJU-300 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS (3)

Examines ethical and moral values and professional responsibilities and decision-making as they pertain to the criminal justice system. Recognize characteristics of an ethical system and ethical frameworks for various criminal justice organizations. Explores ethical implications of discretionary power and various policy issues. Analyzes ethical dilemmas and ethical conduct versus misconduct. Course is not considered a substitute for IDIS 302.[IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Patrick Hughes

Cross Listed with CRJU 600


CRJU-396 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME (3)

Analysis of crime and social reaction from the point of view of those who are offended, the crime victims. The course focuses on the relatively recent emphasis on how crime creates problems for those victimized by criminals and analysis of whole populations victimized by persons known to them. Analysis of contemporary issues relating to crime victimization as they have evolved based on legal, political, and social changes. prerequisite: none [GD]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Cherie Peay

Cross Listed with CRJU 702


CRJU-600 ETHICAL ISSUE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (3)

Examines ethical and moral values and professional responsibilities and decision-making as they pertain to the criminal justice system. Recognize characteristics of an ethical system and ethical frameworks for various criminal justice organizations. Explores ethical implications of discretionary power and various policy issues. Analyzes ethical dilemmas and ethical conduct versus misconduct.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Patrick Hughes

Cross Listed with CRJU 300


CRJU-702 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME (3)

Analysis of crime and social reaction from the point of view of the offended. Focuses on the relatively recent emphasis on how crime creates problems for those victimized by criminals and analysis of whole populations victimized by persons known to them. Includes an analysis of the idea of restitution.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Cherie Peay

Cross Listed with CRJU 396


CWPA-752 CREATIVE WRITING: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

BALTIMORE JOURNALISM

Intensive exploration of topics in creative writing of special interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to specific interests and trends in creative writing. Possible topics include narrative poetry, gothic or romance novels and stories, detective and mystery fiction and marketing small press books. Specific topic is listed in the schedule of classes. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 207 Dwight Watkins

Cross Listed with ENGL 323


CWPA-752 CREATIVE WRITING: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

WRITING BALTIMORE

Intensive exploration of topics in creative writing of special interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to specific interests and trends in creative writing. Possible topics include narrative poetry, gothic or romance novels and stories, detective and mystery fiction and marketing small press books. Specific topic is listed in the schedule of classes. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H186 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Jane Delury

Cross Listed with CMAT 497, DESN 750, ENGL 388


CWPA-781 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING (3)

Exploration of ways for creative writers to write and publish on the Web. Students analyze electronic literary publications, write and produce their own literary Web publications and gain an understanding of the opportunities available to them in electronic publishing. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 209 Stephanie Zinger

Cross Listed with DESN 750


CYFI-330 MOBILE FORENSICS (3)

Provides a framework for learning the latest developments in wireless and mobile communications; the characteristics and operations of wireless network technologies. Examines wireless network principles, protocols, and applications and provides basic knowledge necessary to complete a logical acquisition of digital evidence from mobile devices. Demonstrates the use of wireless networks and mobile forensics investigative techniques and tools. Explains mobile forensics procedures and principles, related legal issues, mobile platform internals, bypassing passcode, rooting, logical and physical acquisition, data recovery and analysis. Some of the topics covered will include hand-on extraction using iOS, Blackberry and Android platforms. Lab Fees: $65.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 405 Melvin de la Cruz

Cross Listed with CYFI 700


CYFI-490 FORENSIC INCIDENT RESPONSE - CAPSTONE (3)

Examines the methods, procedures, and policies necessary for a collaborative incident response team. Allows opportunity to review, analyze, and integrate what has been learned in each of the prerequisites courses. Students will learn how incident response teams organize, identify, and gather evidence using a number of real-world scenario cases related to various aspects of cyber forensics to complete a capstone project that demonstrate mastery of the culmination of the cyber forensics degree program. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisites: FSCS 305, 310, 315, 330, 345, 360, 375, and 390.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 405 Fang Yuan

Cross Listed with CYFI 750


CYFI-600 LEGAL ISSUES IN HIGH TECHNOLOGY CRIME (3)

Examines the general regulatory and statutory computer-related law, ethics, and policies associated with high technology crimes. Areas of major focus include legal issues facing the private, corporate, and governmental sectors, relative to the application of traditional search and seizure, chain of custody, and ethical considerations. Problem oriented course that focuses on criminal and civil issues in the law, including the interpretation and application of the holdings in various landmark cases, and the analyses of statutes to different criminal/civil fact patterns. Prerequisites - None

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 323 Patricia Hall

Cross Listed with CYFI 600


CYFI-600 LEGAL ISSUES IN HIGH TECHNOLOGY CRIME (3)

Examines the general regulatory and statutory computer-related law, ethics, and policies associated with high technology crimes. Areas of major focus include legal issues facing the private, corporate, and governmental sectors, relative to the application of traditional search and seizure, chain of custody, and ethical considerations. Problem oriented course that focuses on criminal and civil issues in the law, including the interpretation and application of the holdings in various landmark cases, and the analyses of statutes to different criminal/civil fact patterns. Prerequisites - None

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZSG1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 323 Patricia Hall

Cross Listed with CYFI 600


CYFI-605 INFORMATION RETRIEVAL : PAPER AND ELECTRONIC (3)

Explore the fundamentals of data, information, computing technology, and information retrieval. Focuses on the understanding of computer hardware components, operating systems, and networks, as well as how raw data is associated with software and hardware. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TZ1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-9:15 PM
Room TBD Fang Yuan

Cross Listed with CYFI 605


CYFI-605 INFORMATION RETRIEVAL : PAPER AND ELECTRONIC (3)

Explore the fundamentals of data, information, computing technology, and information retrieval. Focuses on the understanding of computer hardware components, operating systems, and networks, as well as how raw data is associated with software and hardware. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZSG1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-9:15 PM
Room TBD Fang Yuan

Cross Listed with CYFI 605


CYFI-700 MOBILE FORENSICS (3)

Addresses both scientific methodologies and practical skills to extract digital evidence in a legal context. Examines mobile forensics investigation techniques on various phases of the mobile forensics process for both Android and iOS-based devices. Provides a hands-on approach to mobile forensics using industry and government-recognized guidelines and software, i.e., Encase and FTK. Lab fee required. Prerequisite: CYFI 620

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 405 Melvin de la Cruz

Cross Listed with CYFI 330


CYFI-750 CAPSTONE COURSE (3)

Integrates and applies knowledge, theories, principles, skills and practical applications learned in Master of Science in Forensic Science - Cyber Investigations courses to actual cybercrime case scenarios. Lab fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all core courses in the program and permission of program director.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
AC 405 Fang Yuan

Cross Listed with CYFI 490


DESN-502 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES (3)

Hands-on course for students with a limited background in graphic design. Emphasis on basic strategies for visual problem-solving and techniques for preparing comprehensive layouts. Pass/fail grading. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 019 Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with CMAT 357, CMAT 357, DESN 502


DESN-502 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES (3)

Hands-on course for students with a limited background in graphic design. Emphasis on basic strategies for visual problem-solving and techniques for preparing comprehensive layouts. Pass/fail grading. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with CMAT 357, CMAT 357, DESN 502


DESN-617 CREATIVE CONCEPTS (3)

Exploration of creative processes and strategies for generating effective visual and verbal ideas. Analysis of creative solutions in various publications supplements practice in applying problem-solving techniques. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 309 Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with DESN 617


DESN-617 CREATIVE CONCEPTS (3)

Exploration of creative processes and strategies for generating effective visual and verbal ideas. Analysis of creative solutions in various publications supplements practice in applying problem-solving techniques. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with DESN 617


DESN-638 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (3)

Explores the endless possibilities of digital imaging. Beginning with acquisition, students learn about composition, lighting, depth of field and the substantive differences between digital and more traditional methods of photography. Students follow their images through the digital darkroom stage, exploring a variety of digital manipulation techniques to produce material for print and Web distribution. Emphasis on the development of portfolio-quality pieces. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
085 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Julie Simon Grabill

Cross Listed with CMAT 364


DESN-671 MOTION GRAPHICS I (3)

After examining ways that motion graphics—logos, titles, etc.—differ from static graphics, and after learning various tools and animation techniques, students conceptualize, storyboard and produce motion graphics for video and other screen-based delivery systems. Lab fee required. prerequisites: DESN 612 and DESN 615

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 205 Julie Simon Grabill

Cross Listed with CMAT 456


DESN-750 WRITING: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

E-PUBLISHING

Intensive exploration of topics in writing of mutual interest to students and faculty. Content varies according to the concurrent interests of faculty and students. Specific topic is listed in the schedule of classes. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 209 Stephanie Zinger

Cross Listed with CWPA 781


DESN-750 WRITING: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

WRITING BALTIMORE

Intensive exploration of topics in writing of mutual interest to students and faculty. Content varies according to the concurrent interests of faculty and students. Specific topic is listed in the schedule of classes. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Lab fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H085 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Jane Delury

Cross Listed with CMAT 497, ENGL 388, CWPA 752


ENGL-323 WRITING, EDITING AND PUBLISHING (3)

BALTIMORE JOURNALISM

An introduction to professional writing, editorial concepts and the publication process. Writing and editing for brochures, newsletters and magazines, with special emphasis on audience and purpose. Laboratory fee may be required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 207 Dwight Watkins

Cross Listed with CWPA 752


ENGL-333 MEDIA GENRES (3)

PRESTIGE TV

Analysis of the patterns and conventions of a specific type of media program (e.g., Western, science fiction, situation comedy), media artist (e.g., Hitchcock, Allen, Capra) or style (e.g., film noir). May be repeated for credit when the topic changes. Laboratory fee may be required. [HAT] [AH]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 304 Kyle Meikle

Cross Listed with CMAT 333


ENGL-388 CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

WRITING BALTIMORE

In a workshop setting, students are introduced to a wide range of texts within a specific genre that serve as models for their own writing. This intensive reading, writing and feedback experience helps students deepen their imaginations and develop their craft as writers. Prerequisites: none

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 207 Jane Delury

Cross Listed with CMAT 497, DESN 750, CWPA 752


ENGL-400 LITERATURE IN SOCIETY (3)

An investigation of how literature emerges from and is shaped by the cultural and historical circumstances of specific times and places. May be repeated for credit when the topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
LAP 304 Rachael Zeleny

Cross Listed with ARTS 201


ENTR-497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3)

The entrepreneurship faculty, from time to time, offer an opportunity to integrate new material into the undergraduate program reflecting changes in the field and in the educational needs of students. Prerequisite: ENTR 305.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB David Lingelbach

Cross Listed with ENTR 750


ENTR-750 LEADING AND MANAGING INNOVATION (3)

Focuses on leading and managing innovation in various organizational settings, including the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors. Enables students to improve habitats for organizational innovation. Includes a final team-based consulting project with organization seeking to boost its innovative capacity. Prerequisite: ENTR 605

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB David Lingelbach

Cross Listed with ENTR 497


ENVS-221 SCIENCE OF THE ENVIRONMENT (4)

A survey of a number of scientific disciplines related to the earth’s changing environment, including geology, ecology, zoology, hydrology, climatology and chemistry. These disciplines are integrated to provide a clearer understanding of complex environmental issues, using both local and global case studies. The laboratory portion of the course investigates environmental hypotheses and theories and introduces students to the techniques of environmental data collection and analysis. Lab fee required. [GSCI] [QQT] [BPSL] [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Stanley Kemp

Cross Listed with ENVS 221


ENVS-221 SCIENCE OF THE ENVIRONMENT (4)

A survey of a number of scientific disciplines related to the earth’s changing environment, including geology, ecology, zoology, hydrology, climatology and chemistry. These disciplines are integrated to provide a clearer understanding of complex environmental issues, using both local and global case studies. The laboratory portion of the course investigates environmental hypotheses and theories and introduces students to the techniques of environmental data collection and analysis. Lab fee required. [GSCI] [QQT] [BPSL] [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
Room TBD Stanley Kemp

Cross Listed with ENVS 221


FIN-780 BUSINESS VALUATION (3)

Business valuation arises in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, estate taxation, lost profits litigation, buy-out agreements, commercial lending, venture capital, IPOs, and other exit strategies. This course addresses valuation modeling, using asset pricing theory and practice and employing advanced applications such as data analytics applications and tools, and corporate databases. The course material is of interest to students who envision careers as CPAs, business valuation experts, corporate finance analysts and investment bankers. Prerequisite: FIN 605.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
WEB Mikhail Pevzner

Cross Listed with ACCT 797, TAXA 780, LAWT 780


FSCS-487 FIELD INTERNSHIP IN FORENSIC SCIENCE (3)

FORENSIC SCIENCE

Provides field experience to students through laboratory assignments with various criminal justice entities. This requirement is completed at the end of the program. Eligible for continuing studies grade.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 TBA Room TBD Ioan Marginean

Cross Listed with FSCS 496


FSCS-496 FIELD INTERNSHIP IN POLICE SCIENCE (3)

POLICE SCIENCE

Broadens the educational experience of students through appropriate observational and work assignments with criminal investigation units. This requirement is completed at the end of the program. Eligible for continuing studies grade.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 TBA Room TBD Ioan Marginean

Cross Listed with FSCS 487


GAHS-600 MANAGING NGOS (3)

Provides an overview of the nongovernmental sector, nongovernmental organization creation and management of NGOs. The course covers how to create and manage an NGO, the legal requirements for creating an NGO, the roles and responsibilities of members of the board of directors in governing an NGO, managing staff and volunteers, fundraising, income generation possibilities and required reporting.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BL 024 Jennica Larrison

Cross Listed with GAHS 600


GAHS-600 MANAGING NGOS (3)

Provides an overview of the nongovernmental sector, nongovernmental organization creation and management of NGOs. The course covers how to create and manage an NGO, the legal requirements for creating an NGO, the roles and responsibilities of members of the board of directors in governing an NGO, managing staff and volunteers, fundraising, income generation possibilities and required reporting.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BL 024 Jennica Larrison

Cross Listed with GAHS 600


GAHS-605 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT (3)

The state of the global political economy dramatically affects economic and social development. This class examines the foundations of international political economy and how we got to where we are today, before examining how international political economy affects the way in which we think about development.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Jennica Larrison

Cross Listed with PPIA 484


GAHS-740 GLOBAL AFFAIRS AND HUMAN SECURITY CAPSTONE (3)

A highly interactive seminar that guides students in completing their capstone research projects and presenting their research to the broader university community. Students will prepare an analytical research paper that integrates learning from the program courses, internship experiences, and other activities pertinent to their chosen research focus and unique interests in the program.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 001 Nusta Carranza Ko

Cross Listed with CNCM 798


GAHS-760 INTERNSHIP/FIELD PLACEMENT SEMINAR (3)

Graduate-level seminar intended to provide an opportunity to students to integrate learning from their internship/ field placement with course themes and concepts studied in the Global Affairs and Human Security program. prerequisite: permission of the program director

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
8:15 PM-10:45 PM
Room TBD Kevin DeBell

Cross Listed with CNCM 790


GAME-418 DESIGN OF MULTIPLAYER GAMES (3)

Examines the design principles and challenges underlying games and interactive simulations designed to be used collaboratively or in situations of simultaneous use, from multiplayer console games to massively multiplayer Internet games and their associated virtual communities. Assignments include development of modules or levels for popular multiplayer games and systematic study of Internet game communities. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisite: GAME 250

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
WEB Aaron Oldenburg

Cross Listed with GAME 418


GAME-418 DESIGN OF MULTIPLAYER GAMES (3)

Examines the design principles and challenges underlying games and interactive simulations designed to be used collaboratively or in situations of simultaneous use, from multiplayer console games to massively multiplayer Internet games and their associated virtual communities. Assignments include development of modules or levels for popular multiplayer games and systematic study of Internet game communities. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisite: GAME 250

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
WEB Aaron Oldenburg

Cross Listed with GAME 418


GAME-445 PRACTICAL GAME PROGRAMMING (3)

Builds upon existing knowledge students have acquired to introduce production environment programming concepts and habits. Examines common programming techniques used in a business environment, which may include program modeling, unit testing, and/or advanced programming patterns. The course will take an application-based approach to understanding the fundamental problems of working in a complex programming environment which requires teamwork and integration of code across multiple levels. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisite: GAME 315

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Aaron Oldenburg

Cross Listed with GAME 445


GAME-445 PRACTICAL GAME PROGRAMMING (3)

Builds upon existing knowledge students have acquired to introduce production environment programming concepts and habits. Examines common programming techniques used in a business environment, which may include program modeling, unit testing, and/or advanced programming patterns. The course will take an application-based approach to understanding the fundamental problems of working in a complex programming environment which requires teamwork and integration of code across multiple levels. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisite: GAME 315

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Aaron Oldenburg

Cross Listed with GAME 445


GAME-477 COMMUNITY -FOCUSED GAME DESIGN (3)

Students collaborate with the community to build a game focused on solving a problem or addressing a community need. Possible projects can incorporate a range of digital and communication skill sets and might include physical games (card,board), alternate or augmented reality, browser-based games, simulations or other forms as appropriate to the project. Lab fee required. prerequisite: COSC 150

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
SG1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
III-3215 No Instructor Assigned

Cross Listed with GAME 477


GAME-477 COMMUNITY -FOCUSED GAME DESIGN (3)

Students collaborate with the community to build a game focused on solving a problem or addressing a community need. Possible projects can incorporate a range of digital and communication skill sets and might include physical games (card,board), alternate or augmented reality, browser-based games, simulations or other forms as appropriate to the project. Lab fee required. prerequisite: COSC 150

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
WEB No Instructor Assigned

Cross Listed with GAME 477


HIST-328 MODERN KOREA (3)

Denit Honors Enhanced Course

Introduces the making of modern Korea over the last two centuries, the tumultuous times that eventually created the two Koreas of today. Examines how Korea changed from an agricultural kingdom to two distinctive Koreas: urban, industrialized and democratic South Korea and communist North Korea. Examples of topics include: changes in Korea Confucianism; Korea's reaction to the 19th century imperialism; impacts of the Japanese colonial rule (1910-1945); establishment of two Koreas, and the two Koreas' place in the 21st century world. [GD] [AH]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-3:20 PM
LAP 205 BoRam Yi

Cross Listed with IDIS 301


HIST-345 POLITICS IN U.S. HISTORY (3)

Denit Honors Enchanced Course

Examines lawmakers, political parties and protest movements from the United States' founding to today with a focus on such legislative developments as the Constitutional Convention, laws to both protect and limit slavery before the Civil War, the Reconstruction amendments, Progressive-era and New Deal legislation to regulate business and the social safety net, civil rights legislation of the 1960s and '70s and competing efforts to limit and expand civil rights legislation and corporate regulations from the 1980s to the 21st century [GD]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
BC 001 Joshua Davis

Cross Listed with PPIA 381


HIST-497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY (3)

RACE, SEX, AND THE LAW

Intensive exploration of topics in history of mutual interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to the interests of the faculty and students. The topic studied appears under that name in the class schedule.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400, LEST 610


HIST-497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY (3)

RACE, SEX, AND THE LAW

Intensive exploration of topics in history of mutual interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to the interests of the faculty and students. The topic studied appears under that name in the class schedule.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400, LEST 610


HSMG-300 HEALTH INDICATORS (3)

A basic introduction to classical approaches typically used to describe population health. Emphasizes appropriate summaries and methods of health utilization data display in tables and in graphs. Use of rates, ratios and proportions are addressed. Introduces basic data management, exploratory data analysis and report generation. Students gain hands-on experience in use of computer applications such as spreadsheets, statistical packages and data base management while becoming acquainted with useful health data sources. (Recommended EXCEL workshop) (Required for Cohort 12). [IL] [TF]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TZ1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Saturday
8:00 AM-11:45 AM
Room TBD Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 300


HSMG-300 HEALTH INDICATORS (3)

A basic introduction to classical approaches typically used to describe population health. Emphasizes appropriate summaries and methods of health utilization data display in tables and in graphs. Use of rates, ratios and proportions are addressed. Introduces basic data management, exploratory data analysis and report generation. Students gain hands-on experience in use of computer applications such as spreadsheets, statistical packages and data base management while becoming acquainted with useful health data sources. (Recommended EXCEL workshop) (Required for Cohort 12). [IL] [TF]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZSG1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 Saturday
8:00 AM-11:45 AM
Room TBD Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 300


HSMG-301 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH ECONOMICS (3)

This is a survey course of the major topics in health economics. The student should develop an appreciation of the contribution economics makes to the study of health and health policy. Topics to be covered include the demand for health and healthcare, workforce issues, and the organization and financing of the US healthcare system.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB CPA STAFF

Cross Listed with HSMG 301


HSMG-301 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH ECONOMICS (3)

This is a survey course of the major topics in health economics. The student should develop an appreciation of the contribution economics makes to the study of health and health policy. Topics to be covered include the demand for health and healthcare, workforce issues, and the organization and financing of the US healthcare system.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB CPA STAFF

Cross Listed with HSMG 301


HSMG-370 OVERVIEW OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM (3)

Provides a systematic overview of the U.S. health services system in order to familiarize the student with various mechanisms through which health services are ­delivered. Systems approach assists ­students in studying details of the ­various topics while maintaining a broad perspective of health care delivery.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB John Kaelin

Cross Listed with HSMG 370


HSMG-370 OVERVIEW OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM (3)

Provides a systematic overview of the U.S. health services system in order to familiarize the student with various mechanisms through which health services are ­delivered. Systems approach assists ­students in studying details of the ­various topics while maintaining a broad perspective of health care delivery.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB John Kaelin

Cross Listed with HSMG 370


HSMG-371 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT I (3)

Provides an understanding of the conceptual foundations and practices of management within health services organizations. Presents an overview of the structure, operation and management of health services organizations is presented. Perspectives from organizational theory and general management provide a conceptual basis for understanding and analyzing the practice of management in health service organizations. Uses the case study approach to develop management skills through the analysis of health care industry examples.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Tracey Lloyd

Cross Listed with HSMG 371


HSMG-371 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT I (3)

Provides an understanding of the conceptual foundations and practices of management within health services organizations. Presents an overview of the structure, operation and management of health services organizations is presented. Perspectives from organizational theory and general management provide a conceptual basis for understanding and analyzing the practice of management in health service organizations. Uses the case study approach to develop management skills through the analysis of health care industry examples.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Tracey Lloyd

Cross Listed with HSMG 371


HSMG-373 HEALTH POLICY AND POLITICS (3)

An in-depth study of a number of ­current policy issues in the American health care system. Particular attention is paid to the roles and powers of non-medical participants, including consumers, planners, administrators, and policy makers. (Prerequisite HSMG 370 & recommended 371 & 372)

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 373


HSMG-373 HEALTH POLICY AND POLITICS (3)

An in-depth study of a number of ­current policy issues in the American health care system. Particular attention is paid to the roles and powers of non-medical participants, including consumers, planners, administrators, and policy makers. (Prerequisite HSMG 370 & recommended 371 & 372)

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 373


HSMG-378 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL HEALTH (3)

This course provides an introduction to important global health issues, including health determinants and key areas of disease burden, and the role that new health technologies can play in solving these problems. Students will examine case studies of successful global health interventions to understand features of successful programs. Working in small groups, students will use their knowledge to design a solution to a real world health challenge facing a developing country. Prerequisites: None [GD]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 378


HSMG-378 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL HEALTH (3)

This course provides an introduction to important global health issues, including health determinants and key areas of disease burden, and the role that new health technologies can play in solving these problems. Students will examine case studies of successful global health interventions to understand features of successful programs. Working in small groups, students will use their knowledge to design a solution to a real world health challenge facing a developing country. Prerequisites: None [GD]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Margaret Gillingham

Cross Listed with HSMG 378


HSMG-472 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY PERFORMANCE AND IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE (3)

This course offers an introduction to quality improvement and patient safety theories, models, methods and tools and their application to management in health care settings. This course focuses on the application of change processes that are critical to improving health quality by integrating theory and implementation. Specific content areas include the role of systems assessment and measurement as being fundamental to quality improvement. The student will explore the current forces driving the push toward quality outcomes and accountability at all levels and settings of healthcare, while focusing on the philosophy of continuous improvement through team work and collaboration.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Tina DiFranco

Cross Listed with HSMG 472


HSMG-472 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY PERFORMANCE AND IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE (3)

This course offers an introduction to quality improvement and patient safety theories, models, methods and tools and their application to management in health care settings. This course focuses on the application of change processes that are critical to improving health quality by integrating theory and implementation. Specific content areas include the role of systems assessment and measurement as being fundamental to quality improvement. The student will explore the current forces driving the push toward quality outcomes and accountability at all levels and settings of healthcare, while focusing on the philosophy of continuous improvement through team work and collaboration.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Tina DiFranco

Cross Listed with HSMG 472


HSMG-492 INTERNSHIP (3)

The internship serves as a bridge between theory and practice. Students apply their knowledge and acquire insights into the management of health service organizations. This practicum offers-opportunities for observation, participation, and applying administrative skills in the institutional setting. prerequisites: WRIT 300, HSMG 303, 376, 472, and 477.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 6/3/2024 - 8/13/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 492


HSMG-492 INTERNSHIP (3)

The internship serves as a bridge between theory and practice. Students apply their knowledge and acquire insights into the management of health service organizations. This practicum offers-opportunities for observation, participation, and applying administrative skills in the institutional setting. prerequisites: WRIT 300, HSMG 303, 376, 472, and 477.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 6/3/2024 - 8/13/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 492


HSMG-691 HEALTH PLANNING & PROGRAM EVALUATION (3)

Explains the theoretical and historical foundations of health planning, the relationship between health planning and regulation and the application of planning methods.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Jeffrey Rhoades

Cross Listed with HSMG 691


HSMG-691 HEALTH PLANNING & PROGRAM EVALUATION (3)

Explains the theoretical and historical foundations of health planning, the relationship between health planning and regulation and the application of planning methods.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Jeffrey Rhoades

Cross Listed with HSMG 691


HSMG-697 PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE, PUBLIC PROGRAMS, AND THE UNINSURED (3)

Provides an operational understanding of insurance and alternate payment methods in health care. Includes topics relating to private health insurance, public programs (including Medicare, Medicaid and military healthcare), disparities in health insurance and access to healthcare. This includes the roles of government, employers and individuals in the selection and use of insurance products for health care.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Charles Lyles

Cross Listed with HSMG 697


HSMG-697 PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE, PUBLIC PROGRAMS, AND THE UNINSURED (3)

Provides an operational understanding of insurance and alternate payment methods in health care. Includes topics relating to private health insurance, public programs (including Medicare, Medicaid and military healthcare), disparities in health insurance and access to healthcare. This includes the roles of government, employers and individuals in the selection and use of insurance products for health care.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Charles Lyles

Cross Listed with HSMG 697


HSMG-750 HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS (3)

This course broadly surveys the organization, financing, and delivery of health services in the U.S. An examination of policy and regulations in terms of their impact on the delivery of health services are also examined. Comparisons to other national systems will be discussed to better understand the complexity of the American health system.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 750


HSMG-750 HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS (3)

This course broadly surveys the organization, financing, and delivery of health services in the U.S. An examination of policy and regulations in terms of their impact on the delivery of health services are also examined. Comparisons to other national systems will be discussed to better understand the complexity of the American health system.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 750


HSMG-752 INTERNSHIP (3)

Serves to build a bridge between theory and practice. Students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and acquire insights into the management of health service organizations. prerequisite: completion of 27 graduate credits prior to beginning course or permission of program director, and successful completion of HSMG 630, 632, 650, 699, 750, 755 and 766.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 6/3/2024 - 8/13/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 752


HSMG-752 INTERNSHIP (3)

Serves to build a bridge between theory and practice. Students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and acquire insights into the management of health service organizations. prerequisite: completion of 27 graduate credits prior to beginning course or permission of program director, and successful completion of HSMG 630, 632, 650, 699, 750, 755 and 766.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 6/3/2024 - 8/13/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 752


HSMG-753 POLICY ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE (3)

Study of a few current policy issues in the American health-care system. Particular attention to the roles and powers of nonmedical participants, including consumers, planners, administrators and policymakers.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Charles Lyles

Cross Listed with HSMG 753


HSMG-753 POLICY ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE (3)

Study of a few current policy issues in the American health-care system. Particular attention to the roles and powers of nonmedical participants, including consumers, planners, administrators and policymakers.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Charles Lyles

Cross Listed with HSMG 753


HSMG-766 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR FOR HEALTH ADMINISTRATORS (3)

This course provides an in-depth examination of evidenced-based practices related to managing human resources that include: personal and interpersonal communication, group process and leadership, organizational behavior and change. Pre-Requisites: HSMG 750.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW1 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 766


HSMG-766 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR FOR HEALTH ADMINISTRATORS (3)

This course provides an in-depth examination of evidenced-based practices related to managing human resources that include: personal and interpersonal communication, group process and leadership, organizational behavior and change. Pre-Requisites: HSMG 750.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
TW2 9/7/2024 - 11/15/2024 WEB WEB Alan Weisman

Cross Listed with HSMG 766


IDIA-602 GRAPHIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES (3)

Emphasizes strategies for visual problem-solving and techniques for creating comprehensive layouts using principles of design and typography. Hands-on course for students with a limited background in graphic design. Pass/fail grading. Lab fee required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB Megan Rhee

Cross Listed with CMAT 357, CMAT 357, DESN 502


IDIS-301 WORLD CULTURES: (3)

MODERN KOREA

An interdisciplinary study of different cultures including economic, political, social and cultural systems and structures and their interrelationships. Provides an opportunity for students to compare their own culture with others through study and research. [GIK] [ELECGE]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
2:00 PM-3:20 PM
LAP 205 BoRam Yi

Cross Listed with HIST 328


LAW-739 ELDER LAW (3)

An important subset of estate planning involves an area of law that has been dubbed "elder law." Families confront a myriad of financial challenges when a loved one needs long term care. Students will be taken through case studies and a group project to expose them to the planning options that exist when advising families on protecting their life's savings from the costs of care. This course covers select laws and pertinent cases dealing with Medicaid, Medicare, guardianship, Social Security programs, investments, trusts, insurances, and taxation of income, gifts and estates. Legal documents typically indicated for elder law matters are also reviewed. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
550 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday/Thursday
4:45 PM-6:00 PM
AL 402 Elena Sallitto

Cross Listed with LAWT 739


LAW-758 TRUSTS AND ESTATES (3)

Intestate succession; wills, including formalities of execution, revocation and revival; incorporation by reference and related doctrines; problems of construction and interpretation, including class gifts, rule against perpetuities; non-probate transfer, including inter vivos and causa mortis gifts; probate and administration of estates; trusts; their nature, creation, modification termination; express, resulting and constructive trusts; honorary trusts. Prerequisite: Property [ Open Enrollment ]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
550 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday/Thursday
5:00 PM-6:15 PM
AL 802 LAW STAFF

Cross Listed with LAWT 758


LAW-809 MEDIATING FAMILY DISPUTES: THEORY AND PRACTICE SEMINAR (3)

Using a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration, and simulation, this course offers students an opportunity to gain knowledge of the theory and practice of mediation. While the course primarily uses mediation of family disputes as a vehicle for teaching mediation, it also provides skills and theoretical grounding for mediating and representing clients in many areas of law. More specifically, the course enables students to explore how mediation is actually conducted in family law and other contexts, critical judgement as to when mediation may or may not be appropriate in individual cases, familiarity with legislation involving mediation, special issues facing mediators in mediation involving family dynamics, the role lawyers can or should play when representing clients before, during, and after mediation, and ethical considerations in the practice of family and other types of mediation. [Limited Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
511 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
4:00 PM-6:45 PM
AL 102 Robert Rubinson
Jose Knight

Cross Listed with LAW 809A


LAW-809 MEDIATING FAMILY DISPUTES: THEORY AND PRACTICE SEMINAR (3)

Using a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration, and simulation, this course offers students an opportunity to gain knowledge of the theory and practice of mediation. While the course primarily uses mediation of family disputes as a vehicle for teaching mediation, it also provides skills and theoretical grounding for mediating and representing clients in many areas of law. More specifically, the course enables students to explore how mediation is actually conducted in family law and other contexts, critical judgement as to when mediation may or may not be appropriate in individual cases, familiarity with legislation involving mediation, special issues facing mediators in mediation involving family dynamics, the role lawyers can or should play when representing clients before, during, and after mediation, and ethical considerations in the practice of family and other types of mediation. [Limited Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
511 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
4:00 PM-6:45 PM
AL 102 Robert Rubinson
Jose Knight

Cross Listed with LAW 809A


LAW-809A MEDIATING FAMILY DISPUTES: THEORY AND PRACTICE (3)

Using a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration, and simulation, this course offers students an opportunity to gain knowledge of the theory and practice of mediation. While the course primarily uses mediation of family disputes as a vehicle for teaching mediation, it also provides skills and theoretical grounding for mediating and representing clients in many areas of the law. More specifically, the course enables students to explore how mediation is actually conducted in family law and other contexts, critical judgment as to when mediation may or may not be appropriate in individual cases, familiarity with legislation involving mediation , special issues facing mediators in mediation involving family dynamics, the role lawyers can or should play when representing clients before, during, and after mediation, and ethical considerations in the practice of family and other types of mediation. [Limited Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
511 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
4:00 PM-6:45 PM
AL 102 Robert Rubinson
Jose Knight

Cross Listed with LAW 809


LAW-809A MEDIATING FAMILY DISPUTES: THEORY AND PRACTICE (3)

Using a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration, and simulation, this course offers students an opportunity to gain knowledge of the theory and practice of mediation. While the course primarily uses mediation of family disputes as a vehicle for teaching mediation, it also provides skills and theoretical grounding for mediating and representing clients in many areas of the law. More specifically, the course enables students to explore how mediation is actually conducted in family law and other contexts, critical judgment as to when mediation may or may not be appropriate in individual cases, familiarity with legislation involving mediation , special issues facing mediators in mediation involving family dynamics, the role lawyers can or should play when representing clients before, during, and after mediation, and ethical considerations in the practice of family and other types of mediation. [Limited Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
511 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
4:00 PM-6:45 PM
AL 102 Robert Rubinson
Jose Knight

Cross Listed with LAW 809


LAW-831 TAX POLICY SEMINAR (3)

Intensive study of selected issues with emphasis on the federal income tax. Students will consider problem areas from the standpoint of tax policy and will examine these issues from a legal, economic, social and administrability viewpoint. Prerequisites: Any federal tax course or permission of the instructor. [Limited Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Monday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB Rostyslav Shiller

Cross Listed with LAWT 954, TAXA 655


LAW-952 PARTNERSHIP TAXATION (3)

Problems encountered in the formation, operation, and liquidation of a partnership including the acquisition of partnership interests, compensation of the service partner, the treatment of partnership distributions, and problems associated with the disposition of partnership interests or property by sale. Prerequisite: Federal Income Tax. This course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 403 Walter Schwidetzky

Cross Listed with LAWT 952, TAXA 653


LAW-953 FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX I (3)

Basic concepts in federal income taxation, including gross income, exclusions, adjusted gross income, deductions, exemptions, credits, assignment of income, identification of the taxpayer, tax rates, depreciation, and the alternative minimum tax. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB Maurice LaBrie

Cross Listed with TAXA 651, LAWT 953


LAW-955 TAX PRACTICE & PROCEDURE (3)

Aspects of practice before the Internal Revenue Service, including ruling requests, handling of audits, assessment of deficiencies and penalties, closing agreements, tax liens, statutes of limitations, claims for refunds, appeals, conferences and practice before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. district courts, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and appellate courts. Also includes analysis of the problems encountered in parallel civil and criminal proceedings, problems involving government investigatory powers and taxpayer rights and privileges. Prerequisite: Federal Income Tax. This course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Thursday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB LAW STAFF

Cross Listed with LAWT 955, TAXA 654


LAW-966 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 016 Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAWT 966, TAXA 656


LAW-966 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 016 Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAWT 966, TAXA 656


LAW-968 CONSOLIDATED CORPORATIONS (2)

Analysis of the techniques used by multiple, related corporations to report income and losses. Detailed examination of the consolidated income tax regulations and consideration of other problems encountered by affiliated groups of corporations. Prerequisites: Federal Income Tax and Corporate Taxation. This course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491W 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Wednesday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
WEB Richard Heinecke

Cross Listed with LAWT 968, TAXA 674


LAW-971 ESTATE AND GIFT TAX (3)

Basic principles of federal estate and gift taxation, including valuation, inter vivos transfers, disclaimers, determination of the taxable estate, transfers with retained interests or powers, joint interests, life insurance proceeds, property subject to powers of appointment, the marital deduction, credits, and the generation-skipping transfer tax. Prerequisites: Property and Federal Income Tax; Co-rerequisite: Trusts and Estates. The day section of this course is a J.D. offering. The evening section of this course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 403 Sean Elavia

Cross Listed with LAWT 971, TAXA 660


LAW-974 FOREIGN TAXATION (3)

Analysis of the federal income tax provisions applying to U.S. inbound and outbound transactions and investments. Course covers U.S. resident status, source-of-income rules, graduated tax on effectively connected income, withholding tax on FDAP income, branch profits tax, FIRPTA, tax treaties, foreign tax credit, foreign earned income exclusion, Subpart F, and transfer pricing. Prerequisite: Federal Income Tax. This course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
512 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Monday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 016 Fred Brown

Cross Listed with LAWT 974, TAXA 662


LAW-983 TAX EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS (2)

Analysis of provisions relating to the qualification for exemption from federal income tax, with emphasis on section 501 (c)(3) organizations, private foundations, and the treatment of unrelated business income. Prerequisite: Federal Income Tax. This course is a combined J.D. and Graduate Tax Program offering. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491H 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Thursday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
AL 403 Casey Lothamer

Cross Listed with TAXA 665, LAWT 983


LAWT-739 ELDER LAW (3)

An important subset of estate planning involves an area of law that has been dubbed "elder law." Families confront a myriad of financial challenges when a loved one needs long term care. Students will be taken through case studies and a group project to expose them to the planning options that exist when advising families on protecting their life's savings from the costs of care. This course covers select laws and pertinent cases dealing with Medicaid, Medicare, guardianship, Social Security programs, investments, trusts, insurances, and taxation of income, gifts and estates. Legal documents typically indicated for elder law matters are also reviewed. [Open Enrollment]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
550 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday/Thursday
4:45 PM-6:00 PM
AL 402 Elena Sallitto

Cross Listed with LAW 739


LAWT-758 TRUSTS AND ESTATES (3)

Intestate succession; wills, including formalities of execution, revocation and revival; incorporation by reference and related doctrines; problems of construction and interpretation, including class gifts, rule against perpetuities; non-probate transfer, including inter vivos and causa mortis gifts; probate and administration of estates; trusts; their nature, creation, modification termination; express, resulting and constructive trusts; honorary trusts. Prerequisite: Property [ Open Enrollment ]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
550 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday/Thursday
5:00 PM-6:15 PM
AL 802 LAW STAFF

Cross Listed with LAW 758


LAWT-780 BUSINESS VALUATION (3)

Business valuation arises in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, estate taxation, lost profits litigation, buy-out agreements, commercial lending, venture capital, IPOs, and other exit strategies. This course addresses valuation modeling, using asset pricing theory and practice and employing advanced applications such as data analytics applications and tools, and corporate databases. The course material is of interest to students who envision careers as CPAs, business valuation experts, corporate finance analysts and investment bankers. Prerequisite: FIN 605.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
WEB Mikhail Pevzner

Cross Listed with ACCT 797, FIN 780, TAXA 780


LAWT-952 PARTNERSHIP TAXATION (3)

Problems encountered in the formation, operation, and liquidation of a partnership including the acquisition of partnership interests, compensation of the service partner, the treatment of partnership distributions, and problems associated with the disposition of partnership interests or property by sale.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
LTBD Walter Schwidetzky

Cross Listed with LAW 952, TAXA 653


LAWT-953 FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX I (3)

Basic concepts in federal income taxation, including gross income, exclusions, adjusted gross income, deductions, exemptions, credits, assignment of income, identification of the taxpayer, tax rates, depreciation, and the alternative minimum tax.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB Maurice LaBrie

Cross Listed with TAXA 651, LAW 953


LAWT-954 TAX POLICY (3)

Study of the evolution and structure of the federal income tax system from a public policy perspective. Focus is placed on legal, economic, social and practical considerations. Alternatives, including current legislative proposals, are considered. Students will be required to prepare a paper on a tax policy question of their choice.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Monday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB Rostyslav Shiller

Cross Listed with LAW 831, TAXA 655


LAWT-955 TAX PRACTICE & PROCEDURE (3)

Aspects of practice before the Internal Revenue Service including ruling requests, handling of audits, assessment of deficiencies and penalties, closing agreements, tax liens, statutes of limitations, claims for refunds, appeals conferences and practice before the United States Tax Court, the United States District Court, the United States Claims Court, and appellate courts. Course also includes analysis of the problems encountered in parallel civil and criminal proceedings, problems involving government investigatory powers and taxpayer rights and privileges.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Thursday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB LAW STAFF

Cross Listed with LAW 955, TAXA 654


LAWT-966 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
LTBD Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAW 966, TAXA 656


LAWT-966 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
LTBD Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAW 966, TAXA 656


LAWT-968 CONSOLIDATED CORPORATIONS (2)

Analysis of the techniques used by multiple, related corporations to report income and losses. Detailed examination of the consolidated income tax regulations and consideration of other problems encountered by affiliated groups of corporations. Prerequisite: Corporation Taxation

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491W 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Wednesday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
WEB Richard Heinecke

Cross Listed with LAW 968, TAXA 674


LAWT-971 ESTATE AND GIFT TAX (3)

Basic principles of federal estate and gift taxation including computation of the taxable estate, inter vivos transfers, transfers in contemplation of death, transfers with retained interest or powers, joint interest, life insurance proceeds, property subject to powers of appointment, the martial deduction and the unified credit.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
LTBD Sean Elavia

Cross Listed with LAW 971, TAXA 660


LAWT-974 FOREIGN TAXATION (3)

Analysis of the federal income tax provisions applying to US inbound and outbound transactions and investments. Course covers US resident status, source-of-income rules, graduated tax on effectively connected income, withholding tax on FDAP income, branch profits tax, FIRPTA, tax treaties, foreign tax credit, foreign earned income exclusion, subpart F, and transfer pricing.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Monday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
AL 016 Fred Brown

Cross Listed with LAW 974, TAXA 662


LAWT-983 TAX EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS (2)

Analysis of provisions relating to the qualification for exemption from Federal income tax, with emphasis on Section 501(c)(3) organizations, private foundations, and the treatment of unrelated business income.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
491H 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Thursday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
LTBD Casey Lothamer

Cross Listed with TAXA 665, LAW 983


LEST-400 TOPICS (3)

CRIMINAL LAW

An exploration of varying legal studies topics or a cross-listed graduate course of interest to legal studies majors. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 309 Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 610


LEST-400 TOPICS (3)

RACE, SEX, AND THE LAW

An exploration of varying legal studies topics or a cross-listed graduate course of interest to legal studies majors. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
102 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 610, HIST 497


LEST-400 TOPICS (3)

RACE, SEX, AND THE LAW

An exploration of varying legal studies topics or a cross-listed graduate course of interest to legal studies majors. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
102 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 610, HIST 497


LEST-400 TOPICS (3)

LSAT AND BEYOND

An exploration of varying legal studies topics or a cross-listed graduate course of interest to legal studies majors. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
103 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
SC 301 Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 610


LEST-401 LEGAL FOUNDATIONS (3)

In-depth exploration of the organization of the American legal system. Examines how law is organized as a field of knowledge and practice and how it functions as an instrument of government and arena of dispute resolution. Also considers the context of law and law's effectiveness in promoting justice and social policies.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
101 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 307 Michael Moran

Cross Listed with LEST 501


LEST-402 LEGAL RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS (3)

Intensive course on the ways law and regulations are made and interpreted, the sources of legal research and proper styles of legal citation. Students are required to learn how to read and analyze court decisions and to write effectively about legal issues. [IL]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB CAS STAFF

Cross Listed with LEST 500


LEST-496 INTERNSHIPS (3)

Provides students with an opportunity to work at an organization, government entity or business that offers an experience relevant to legal studies. Students may choose from established internship options or propose an independently-arranged internship option for approval. May be repeated up to four times for credit.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 TBA Room TBD Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 696


LEST-496 INTERNSHIPS (3)

Provides students with an opportunity to work at an organization, government entity or business that offers an experience relevant to legal studies. Students may choose from established internship options or propose an independently-arranged internship option for approval. May be repeated up to four times for credit.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 TBA Room TBD Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 696


LEST-500 LEGAL RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS (3)

Intensive course on the ways law and regulations are made and interpreted, the sources of legal research and proper styles of legal citation. Students are required to learn how to read and analyze court decisions and to write effectively about legal issues. Required of all students in the first semester upon entering the program.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
WEB CAS STAFF

Cross Listed with LEST 402


LEST-501 LEGAL FOUNDATIONS (3)

In-depth exploration of the organization of the American legal system. Examines how law is organized as a field of knowledge and practice and how it functions as an instrument of government and arena of dispute resolution. Also considers the context of law and law's effectiveness in promoting justice and social policies.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Thursday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 307 Michael Moran

Cross Listed with LEST 401


LEST-610 LEGAL TOPICS (3)

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Varying course offering that explores a particular issue, context or method of the law. Course may be repeated for credit where topic differs.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 309 Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400


LEST-610 LEGAL TOPICS (3)

Varying course offering that explores a particular issue, context or method of the law. Course may be repeated for credit where topic differs.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
186 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400, HIST 497


LEST-610 LEGAL TOPICS (3)

Varying course offering that explores a particular issue, context or method of the law. Course may be repeated for credit where topic differs.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
186 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 233 BoRam Yi
Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400, HIST 497


LEST-610 LEGAL TOPICS (3)

LSAT AND BEYOND

Varying course offering that explores a particular issue, context or method of the law. Course may be repeated for credit where topic differs.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
187 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
SC 301 Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 400


LEST-696 INTERNSHIPS (3)

Application of legal knowledge and skills at a designated nonprofit organization, government entity, or business. Students will learn about the role that law plays in the activities or services of the site, and how law is used to address issues and solve problems. This course may be taken more than once, with the approval of the program director.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
085 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 TBA Room TBD Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 496


LEST-696 INTERNSHIPS (3)

Application of legal knowledge and skills at a designated nonprofit organization, government entity, or business. Students will learn about the role that law plays in the activities or services of the site, and how law is used to address issues and solve problems. This course may be taken more than once, with the approval of the program director.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
085 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 TBA Room TBD Justin Hollimon

Cross Listed with LEST 496


MGMT-498 GLOBAL FIELD STUDY (3)

To better understand and succeed in global business today, there is no better way than direct experience through immersing oneself in a foreign environment. This course will provide an opportunity for lectures and discussion with local experts and students regarding key themes of economic, political and cultural importance to business. The course will engage students in field visits to companies, government agencies and other organizations located abroad. Prerequisite: department consent required.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
MOR 6/3/2024 - 7/5/2024 TBA Room TBD Jan Williams

Cross Listed with MGMT 798


MGMT-798 GLOBAL FIELD STUDY (3)

There is no better way to understand and succeed in global business today than through direct experience, or immersing oneself in a foreign environment. This course will provide an opportunity for lectures and discussion with local experts and students regarding key themes of economic, political and cultural importance to business. The course will also engage students in field visits to companies, government agencies and other organizations located abroad. prerequisite: department consent

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
MOR 6/3/2024 - 7/5/2024 TBA Room TBD Jan Williams

Cross Listed with MGMT 498


MKTG-415 MARKETING COMMUNICATION (3)

The course examines integrated marketing communications in the context of changes in media that have occurred since 2000. Communication theory will be the foundation of planning, implementing, evaluating and coordinating an integrated marketing communication program. There will be special emphasis on social media. Students will advance their professional competencies in written and oral communication, teamwork and critical thinking. Prerequisite: MKTG 301/ Merrick School of Business student or by permission of the instructor.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Dennis Pitta

Cross Listed with MKTG 755


MKTG-440 PRODUCT MANAGEMENT (3)

Examines methods of creating new ideas, developing product prototypes, modifying existing products, evaluating market response, and commercializing and launching new products and services. Competitive and global changes, and technological, social, legal, economic and related issues are considered in the assessment of market potential, corporate resource needs and eventual success. Prerequisite: MKTG 301 / Merrick School of Business student or by permission of the instructor.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 233 Dennis Pitta

Cross Listed with MKTG 770


MKTG-755 MARKETING COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA (3)

Introduces students to integrated marketing communications (IMC) management and the role it plays in organizations' marketing plans. The goal of the course is to apply strategic planning and use the promotion mix to help the firm achieve its promotion objectives. The promotion mix elements include advertising, direct marketing, online marketing, sales promotion, personal selling, public relations, and a variety of social media vehicles. The course will pay special attention to the appropriate use of social media in an IMC context. Prerequisite: MKTG 635 or 645.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Dennis Pitta

Cross Listed with MKTG 415


MKTG-770 PRODUCT AND BRAND DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT (3)

Focuses on the firm’s product and brand development and management strategies with a special emphasis on innovative offerings. The influence of the social, legal and technological environment, as well as relationships with users and channel members, on the implementation of product and brand strategies are analyzed and discussed in depth. Encourages the application of the learned concepts to tangible and intangible products such as goods, services and ideas. prerequisite: MKTG 635 or 645.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HY1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
BC 233 Dennis Pitta

Cross Listed with MKTG 440


PHIL-150 CRITICAL THINKING AND ARGUMENTS (3)

Explores the process of thinking critically and philosophically and guides students in thinking more clearly, insightfully and effectively. In addition, this course focuses on helping students identify, understand and critically assess philosophical arguments. Students use classic philosophic texts and real-world examples to develop both their critical-thinking skills and their ability (in written and oral forms) to formulate, express and critique arguments. [HIPL] [CTE] [HAT] [AH]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
11:30 AM-12:50 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 497, PHIL 499


PHIL-250 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (3)

Examines the values and principles that establish and justify societies and that determine the rights and responsibilities of a society to its own members; of the members in relation to each other and to the society as a whole; and of a society in relation to other societies. The course considers the application of these principles to such issues as justice, human rights, political and social institutions, and international relations. [AH]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 470, PHIL 499


PHIL-301 ETHICS (3)

A critical examination of fundamental questions in ethics: What is good and evil? Why be moral? What is right and wrong moral conduct? What does it take to be a good person, and what does it mean to live a good life? Students read a balanced selection of classical and contemporary works and explore a variety of moral issues in personal and professional life. [ETH}

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
LAP 304 Steven Scalet

Cross Listed with PHIL 492


PHIL-470 PHILOSOPHY AND AMERICAN SOCIETY (3)

Develops the notion of public philosophy in American society, integrating civics education, democratic theory, and social and political philosophy. Ranging from Supreme Court decisions to political debate to the distinctive nature of American philosophy, the course explores fundamental philosophical arguments that have shaped and influenced American life.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 250, PHIL 499


PHIL-492 INDEPENDENT STUDY (1 - 6)

Provides for individual work in research. prerequisites: presentation of a research proposal to the divisional chair, and permission of the chair and instructor. prerequisites: 3.5 GPA and permission of the Denit Honors Program director

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
11:00 AM-1:30 PM
LAP 304 Steven Scalet

Cross Listed with PHIL 301


PHIL-497 SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY (3)

Intensive exploration of topics in philosophy of mutual interest to faculty and students. Content varies according to the concurrent interests of faculty and students. The subject studied appears under the Topics heading in the class schedule. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
11:30 AM-12:50 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 150, PHIL 499


PHIL-499 CAPSTONE IN PHILOSOPHY, LAW AND ETHICS (3)

A culmination of the student's program of study in the Philosophy, Law and Ethics program. Required for all PLE majors. Students complete a capstone paper as part of an approved cross-listed 400-level course, integrating course content across the major as part of the capstone project. prerequisite: permission of program director, normally all other required courses in the major must be completed or concurrent [CAP]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Monday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 250, PHIL 470


PHIL-499 CAPSTONE IN PHILOSOPHY, LAW AND ETHICS (3)

A culmination of the student's program of study in the Philosophy, Law and Ethics program. Required for all PLE majors. Students complete a capstone paper as part of an approved cross-listed 400-level course, integrating course content across the major as part of the capstone project. prerequisite: permission of program director, normally all other required courses in the major must be completed or concurrent [CAP]

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
H002 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
11:30 AM-12:50 PM
LAP 304 Joshua Kassner

Cross Listed with PHIL 150, PHIL 497


PPIA-321 LEADERSHIP (3)

Leadership is critical in the delivery of government services and in maintaining our democracy. This course will actively engage students in theories, traits, concepts and behaviors of leadership. Students will learn tasks, skills, and profession competencies to become effective leaders in government and non-profit organizations.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Lorenda Naylor
Lorenda Naylor

Cross Listed with PUAD 732


PPIA-326 URBAN POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY (3)

An examination of the ­organization and main functions of urban government, the major participants and key issues in the urban political process, and the political relationship between cities and other levels of government. The distinctive characteristics of the political process in the urban setting with special emphasis on Baltimore.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Kelechi Ekpagu

Cross Listed with PUAD 720


PPIA-381 AMERICAN POL ITICAL THOUGHT (3)

A study of the political thought in the United States that has provided the foundations of American democracy from colonial times to the present, ­focusing on political concepts, principles, ideas, and issues.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
001 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Tuesday
2:00 PM-4:30 PM
BC 001 Joshua Davis

Cross Listed with HIST 345


PPIA-484 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY (3)

Examination of the rapid changes in the postwar system of trade, production and finance. Students are exposed to discussions concerning the impact that these changes have presented to national identities and the public ­policy responses undertaken by states to maintain and enhance their position in the global trading system

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Jennica Larrison

Cross Listed with GAHS 605


PUAD-621 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (3)

A study in public and nonprofit human resource management policies, practices, laws and regulations. Topics include recruitment and selection, training and development, motivation, compensation, performance appraisal, discipline, and labor relations.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 001 Joseph Adler

Cross Listed with PUAD 621


PUAD-621 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (3)

A study in public and nonprofit human resource management policies, practices, laws and regulations. Topics include recruitment and selection, training and development, motivation, compensation, performance appraisal, discipline, and labor relations.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 001 Joseph Adler

Cross Listed with PUAD 621


PUAD-629 PUBLIC PROGRAM EVALUATION (3)

Systematic application of quantitative and qualitative research methods to the assessment of public policy interventions. Covers topics within formative and summative evaluation contexts, including needs assessments, impact evaluation and process evaluation. prerequisite: PUAD 628

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
HYB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 219 Heather Wyatt-Nichol

Cross Listed with PUAD 629


PUAD-629 PUBLIC PROGRAM EVALUATION (3)

Systematic application of quantitative and qualitative research methods to the assessment of public policy interventions. Covers topics within formative and summative evaluation contexts, including needs assessments, impact evaluation and process evaluation. prerequisite: PUAD 628

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 Wednesday
5:30 PM-8:00 PM
BC 219 Heather Wyatt-Nichol

Cross Listed with PUAD 629


PUAD-720 URBAN POLITICS AND POLICY PLANNNING (3)

Study of political institutions in urban areas and the policy responses, processes and problems with reference to such issues as land use, community growth and development, environment, local and state services and regional and national urban policies, with particular focus on the Baltimore Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Kelechi Ekpagu

Cross Listed with PPIA 326


PUAD-732 LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE (3)

Nature of technological and environmental change as it affects the management decisions of the agency. Techniques for organizational change, including diversified but integrative decision-making structures and techniques, implementation techniques, enforcement techniques and evaluation tools. The impact of a changing environment on the leadership skills needed in a modern environment.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
WB1 8/26/2024 - 12/15/2024 WEB WEB Lorenda Naylor
Lorenda Naylor

Cross Listed with PPIA 321


TAXA-651 FUNDAMENTALS OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX I (3)

Covers basic concepts in federal income taxation, including gross income, exclusions, adjusted gross income, deductions, exemptions, credits, assignment of income, identification of the taxpayer, tax rates, depreciation and the alternative minimum tax.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024   WEB Maurice LaBrie

Cross Listed with LAW 953, LAWT 953


TAXA-653 PARTNERSHIP TAXATION (3)

Explores problems encountered in the formation, operation and liquidation of a partnership, including the acquisition of partnership interests, compensation of the service partner, the treatment of partnership distributions and problems associated with the disposition of partnership interests or property by sale. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
LTBD Walter Schwidetzky

Cross Listed with LAW 952, LAWT 952


TAXA-654 TAX PRACTICE & PROCEDURE (3)

Covers aspects of practice before the Internal Revenue Service, including ruling requests, handling of audits, assessment of deficiencies and penalties, closing agreements, tax liens, statutes of limitations, claims for refunds, appeals conferences and practice before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. District Courts, Claims Court and appellate courts. Also includes analysis of the problems encountered in parallel civil and criminal proceedings, problems involving government investigatory powers and taxpayer rights and privileges. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Thursday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB LAW STAFF

Cross Listed with LAW 955, LAWT 955


TAXA-655 TAX POLICY (3)

A study of the evolution and structure of the federal income tax system from a public-policy perspective with a focus on legal, economic, social and practical considerations. Alternatives, including current legislative proposals, are considered. Students prepare a paper on a tax policy issue approved by the professor. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185W 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Monday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
WEB Rostyslav Shiller

Cross Listed with LAW 831, LAWT 954


TAXA-656 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
Room TBD Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAW 966, LAWT 966


TAXA-656 MARYLAND TAXES (3)

This course will begin with a brief overview of the U.S. and State constitutional constrains on state taxation, including a review of the significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting those limitations. The course will then explore Maryland's various taxes, with a particular focus on its personal income tax, corporate and pass-through-entity taxes, sales/use tax, and real and personal property taxes. Other Maryland taxes will be discussed briefly. In addition, this course will cover Maryland tax procedure, including how liabilities are calculated, types and methods of assessment, and the dispute and appeal process.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Wednesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
Room TBD Steven Gevarter
Karen Syrylo

Cross Listed with LAW 966, LAWT 966


TAXA-660 ESTATE AND GIFT TAXATION (3)

Covers the basic principles of federal estate and gift taxation, including computation of the taxable estate, inter vivos transfers, transfers in contemplation of death, transfers with retained interests or powers, joint interests, life insurance proceeds, property subject to powers of appointment, the marital deduction and the unified credit. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024 Tuesday
6:15 PM-9:00 PM
Room TBD Sean Elavia

Cross Listed with LAW 971, LAWT 971


TAXA-662 FOREIGN TAXATION (3)

Analysis of the federal income tax provisions applying to U.S. inbound and outbound transactions and investments. Course covers U.S. resident status, source-of-income rules, graduated tax on effectively connected income, withholding tax on FDAP income, branch profits tax, FIRPTA, tax treaties, foreign tax credit, foreign earned income exclusion, Subpart F and transfer pricing. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185F 8/19/2024 - 11/25/2024   AL 016 Fred Brown

Cross Listed with LAW 974, LAWT 974


TAXA-665 TAX EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS (2)

An analysis of provisions relating to the qualification for exemption from federal income tax, with emphasis on section 501(c)(3) organizations, private foundations and the treatment of unrelated business income. Prerequisite: TAXA 651

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185H 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Thursday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
LTBD Casey Lothamer

Cross Listed with LAWT 983, LAW 983


TAXA-674 CONSOLIDATED CORPORATIONS (2)

An analysis of the techniques used by multiple, related corporations to report income and losses. Detailed examination of the consolidated income tax regulations and consideration of other problems encountered by affiliated groups of corporations. additional prerequisite: TAXA 652

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
185W 5/29/2024 - 7/18/2024 Wednesday
6:00 PM-9:10 PM
WEB Richard Heinecke

Cross Listed with LAWT 968, LAW 968


TAXA-780 BUSINESS VALUATION (3)

Business valuation arises in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, estate taxation, lost profits litigation, buy-out agreements, commercial lending, venture capital, IPOs, and other exit strategies. This course addresses valuation modeling, using asset pricing theory and practice and employing advanced applications such as data analytics applications and tools, and corporate databases. The course material is of interest to students who envision careers as CPAs, business valuation experts, corporate finance analysts and investment bankers. Prerequisite: FIN 605.

Section Dates Days/Times Location Instructor
ZM2 6/3/2024 - 7/28/2024 Monday
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
WEB Mikhail Pevzner

Cross Listed with ACCT 797, FIN 780, LAWT 780