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Asynchronous – online course materials can be accessed and completed at any time within the parameters set by your professor. There’s no real-time interaction; students complete the work when their schedule allows keeping in mind due dates set by faculty.

Synchronous - online live class meeting on a specific day/time with the faculty (specific day/time are noted on the course).

Business

Accounting and Finance

  • ACC3304C-A Intermediate Accounting II
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Susan Kennard
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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The second course in the Intermediate Accounting sequence. The central theme of the course is financial accounting and the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) by which it is governed. The objective of the course is to allow students to develop a sophisticated comprehension of GAAP, its underlying theories, and corresponding practices, procedures, and techniques employed in their application. Intermediate Accounting II concentrates on student application to sources of economic resources (liabilities and equity).Prerequisite(s): ACC 3303.

Management

  • MGT3110C-A Operations Management
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Thomas Collins
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: BUS2220. The course is designed to provide students majoring in business administration with an overview of the concepts, methodologies, and applications of operations management (OM). The focus of operations in the process of converting or transforming resources into products and services. The principal responsibilities of operations managers lie in making sound, cost-effective decisions that increase the productivity and competitiveness of both manufacturing and service organizations. The process of planning, implementing and monitoring the production allows operations managers to continuously improve in providing high quality goods and services at low costs thereby adding more value for the customer. Prerequisite(s): ACC 2203 and MGT 2120.
  • MGT4100WC-B Strategic Analysis & Decision Making
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: James Kimball
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: BUS4402. Strategic Analysis and Decision Making is a capstone course that exposes students to issues that concern the firm as a whole. Through the use of “real-world” case studies and sophisticated practitioner journal articles, students will be called upon to grapple with such strategic issues as sizing up an organization’s standing in the marketplace, differentiating between winning and mediocre strategies, and spotting ways to improve a company’s strategy execution. In this course student teams will meet with the teaching team one hour per week to discuss their analysis of the assigned readings and cases. Prerequisite(s): MGT2110, MKT2500, FIN2500, MGT3110 and SR Standing. Fulfills: X and W in LS Core.
  • MGT4100WC-A Strategic Analysis & Decision Making
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Martin Chatterton
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: BUS4402. Strategic Analysis and Decision Making is a capstone course that exposes students to issues that concern the firm as a whole. Through the use of “real-world” case studies and sophisticated practitioner journal articles, students will be called upon to grapple with such strategic issues as sizing up an organization’s standing in the marketplace, differentiating between winning and mediocre strategies, and spotting ways to improve a company’s strategy execution. In this course student teams will meet with the teaching team one hour per week to discuss their analysis of the assigned readings and cases. Prerequisite(s): MGT2110, MKT2500, FIN2500, MGT3110 and SR Standing. Fulfills: X and W in LS Core.

Marketing

  • MKT3303C-A Advertising and Promotions
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Patricia Clarke
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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The basic principles of advertising, direct marketing, sales promotion, public relations, publicity, and personal selling, as well as other forms of promotion are studied. The course will examine the factors affecting promotional decisions as well as the development of effective marketing communication strategies. Topics include establishment of objectives, identifying target audiences, budgeting, formulation, design and testing of message, media selection, and analysis of effectiveness in the context of an integrated marketing plan and ethical considerations. Students will have an opportunity to apply their analytical and creative skills by developing actual TV, radio, and print ads as well as write press releases using real world, practical, and contemporary communication case studies. Prerequisite(s): MKT 2205.

Sports Management

  • SPM3005C-A Sport Marketing
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
Building on foundational concepts in marketing, students will explore unique aspects of the sport industry and marketing to sport consumers. Numerous sectors of the industry will be explored, including both professional and intercollegiate spectator sport, apparel, fitness, etc. With regard to spectator sport, students will consider the unique challenges facing sport marketers, most notably a lack of control over the core product. Topics include promotion, public relations, event sponsorship, strategic marketing, consumer behavior, and brand management. Prerequisite(s): MKT 2205.

Education and Social Policy

Criminology

  • CRM1100C-A The CJ System
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Raymond Mooney
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course provides an overview of the US Criminal justice system, with a focus on this case processing of adults. Students will gain a thorough understanding of the historical development of the criminal justice system, how police, courts, and the correctional system operate, and how these branches work together to form a single justice system. Current policy issues and reforms will be assessed, with a focus on evidence based policies to produced desired outcomes (e.g., crime control, proportional punishment, equitable treatment). Overarching themes investigated throughout the course include discretion among criminal justice actors, disparities in justice processing, balancing the various objectives of criminal punishment (e.g., crime control, just deserts, rehabilitation), decentralization of decision-making, and “best practices” for a criminal justice system in a democratic society. Required for majors. Fulfills: SOSC in LS Core

Human Development

  • HDE1000C-A Introduction to Human Development
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Ada Greenberg
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course focuses on physical, cognitive, and social-emotional continuity and changes that occur throughout the lifespan. An introduction to research and theories in human development is included.

Health Sciences

Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

  • EXS3311C-A Exercise Physiology
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: On-Campus
  • Days/Week: T/W/TH, 1:00pm-4:00pm - OReilly room 312
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Alvin Morton
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: SME3311. A detailed examination of cardiovascular, respiratory and metabolic physiology, responses to acute exercise, and exercise training adaptations. Laboratory will emphasize exercise testing procedures and techniques as well as research principles.Prerequisite(s): HSC 1122, HSC 1123.
  • EXS1104C-B Introduction to Physical Activity, Fitness, and Wellness
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Leah Poloskey
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: SME1104This course is a survey of the discipline of health and fitness, including knowledge derived from performing physical activity, studying about physical activity, and professional practice centered in physical activity. It includes an analysis of the importance of health and wellness in daily life, the relationship between physical activity and the discipline of kinesiology, and the general effects of physical activity experiences. The course surveys the general knowledge base of the Health Science discipline as reflected in the major sub disciplines and reviews selected concepts in each, showing how they contribute to our understanding of the nature and importance of physical activity. The students will learn about the fitness components of wellness; flexibility, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, body composition, nutrition, weight management, and cancer. Fitness and other positive life style habits that lead to better health, improved quality of life, and total well-being will be discussed. Students will be responsible for developing a self-paced fitness program that will be followed for the duration of the semester. In addition, the course introduces students to the general and specific characteristics of the health and wellness professions. Fulfills: STEM requirement in LS Core.

Health Science

  • HSC1123C-A Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: On-Campus
  • Days/Week: T/W/TH - 9:00am-12:00pm
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Desiree Jubinville
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course continues the human anatomy and physiology topics and includes the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. The laboratory is a required component that will provide an opportunity for the student to further develop and apply the practical skills necessary to comprehend the structure and function of the human body. Prerequisite(s): HSC 1122.
  • HSC3103C-A Global Public Health
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Matthew Lovett
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Global public health is a study of the biological, socioeconomic and environmental contributors to health and disease in populations around the world. Students will investigate the determinants of health, how health status is measured, and will review the burden of disease, risk factors and approaches to global cooperation to address health problems within and between nations for successful interventions. Specific issues underlying strategies and organization for health care delivery and health services will be discussed and linked to community service projects that aim to develop social responsibility through civic engagement and humanitarian activities. Fulfills: STEM in LS Core.
  • HSC2300C-B Introduction to Nutritional Sciences
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Deanna Pomfret
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Introduction to Nutritional Sciences will introduce the student to the science of nutrition. The fundamentals of protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamin, and mineral requirements and metabolism will be explained as a basis for the study of the relationship between diet and health in both a personal and global perspective. The impact that human nutrition and industrial agriculture have on environmental quality, food resources and energy consumption will be explored. Nutrition, Diet and Health has a mandatory civic engagement component related to important public and environmental issues in human nutrition, health, and fitness that are considered in the course. Fulfills: STEM in LS Core.
  • HSC1500C-B Introduction to Public Health
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Paul Fierimonte
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: HSC3302. Public health aims to understand the occurrence and causes of disease within populations with the goal of prevention and health promotion, through changes in individual behavior, control of infectious disease and environmental health factors, and social and political organization for health improvement. The aim will be to describe the patterns of selected diseases in populations, to explain the causation of disease at the cell/physiological to social levels, to predict disease occurrence and to control disease through prevention strategies aimed at individuals, communities and governments. Fulfills: Mathematics/Science distribution requirement. STEM requirement and X in LS Core.

Liberal Arts

Communications

  • COM3350WC-A Media Industries and Org
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Melissa Zimdars
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course offers an in-depth exploration of media industries and organizations (and the individuals and social systems that comprise such industries and organizations) specifically focusing on multinational media conglomerates with consideration of mid-sized and independent producers of media. We will examine everything from organizational structures and functions to why decisions are made and the implications of those decisions on the kinds of media texts that are produced and consumed by individuals. We will also consider the ways in which media industries are intertwined with different social systems and structures. By using a critical media industry studies perspective, this course will also consider issues of industry lore and history, national contexts, globalization, political economy, socio/cultural influences and issues, and tensions between corporate/public systems and individual agents. The first ten weeks of the semester will be devoted to these broad topics, while the last five weeks of the semester focus on two important trends with media industries: the shift toward on-demand culture and media users themselves becoming both implicit marketers and explicit self-promoters.This course fulfills the Writing Intensive core requirement and a Social Sciences core requirement.
  • COM2010WC-A Research Inquiry
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Brian Zager
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course is offered to help students examine both quantitative and qualitative methodologies utilized by researchers in Communication. Students will be introduced to the concepts of research design, sampling, measurement, data collection, behavioral observation, statistical analysis and ethics. The difference between implications of humanistic/interpretive research and positivistic/objective research will be emphasized.Prerequisite(s): Communication majors only. Fulfills: W in LS Core

English

  • ENG1050C-B Introduction to College Writing
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Lauren Rocha
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Formerly: FYW1050. Introduction to the rhetorical practices of college-level writing. Emphasizes the foundations of academic discourse, with attention to language, purpose, and context. Students will read and analyze texts to prepare them to write for different audiences. Will include library instruction, research, and documentation. Does not count toward English major or minor. Fulfills: First Year Writing in LS Core.
  • ENG2150C-A Introduction to Creative Writing
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Emma Duffy-Comparone
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Introduction to Creative Writing introduces the main genres of creative writing, including poetry, memoir, and fiction. In addition to producing their own creative forms such as poems, song lyrics, literary memoir, and short stories, students will study the works of contemporary and canonical authors in each genre. Classwork includes the workshopping of both short and longer projects and will culminate in a portfolio of revised work. Fulfills: AL in LS Core
  • ENG1550H-C-A Major American Authors
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Ellen McWhorter
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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One-semester course designed to introduce students to American literature through the study of writers representing a range of cultures and literary traditions.Fulfills: AL in LS Core. Faculty permission required - contact faculty at mcwhortere@merrimack.edu

History

  • HIS1106C-B U.S. History: From Pre-Contact through the Civil War and Reconstruction
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Walker Robbins
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
This course offers an introduction to American history from the beginning of European expansion through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Drawing upon the methods and insights of social, political, and cultural history, the class lectures and discussions will explore a range of topics, including: the colonial encounter, labor systems, racial formation, the movement for independence and the formation of the American Republic, religion and reform movements, the democratic and market Revolutions, the transformation of gender roles, and the causes and consequences of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Fulfills: H in LS Core

Philosophy

  • PHL1000C-B Introduction to Philosophy
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Paul D’Ambrosio
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This is a first course in philosophy focusing on classic questions that have stirred the perennial human quest for wisdom. We will explore such questions as: Are humans free or determined? How do the mind and body interact? Is ethics just relative to each person or society? Should there be any limits to the political freedom of citizens? Does God exist? The course will introduce students to the methods and culture of philosophy: sympathetic understanding, critical analysis, fair argumentation, and a persistent desire to know the truth whatever it is. The focus and questions covered will be determined by each instructor. Fulfills: PHL in LS Core

Political Science

  • POL1100C-B Politics of the United States
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Mary McHugh
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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An introduction to the American political system, this course examines (1) the Constitutional basis of American politics, (2) the national institutions that are involved in decision-making and public debate (for example, the Presidency and the bureaucracy, the Federal Courts, the Congress, political parties, the media), (3) issues that Americans argue about (rights and liberties, economic benefits, foreign policy), and the processes by which those arguments are conducted and resolved (campaigns and elections, administrative action, legislation, lobbying, publicity). Required course for all Political Science Majors and Minors. Fulfills: SOSC and X in LS Core.

Psychology

  • PSY1000C-B Introduction to Psychology
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Lauri Kurdziel
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Provides a general overview of the wide-ranging field of psychology. Students will explore major concepts and issues in the study of human thinking, feeling, and acting. These include biological foundations of behavior and experience, how people learn and develop, how individuals perceive the world, individual differences in behavior, social influence and social relations, the difference between normative and non-normative behavior, and approaches to therapy. Prerequisite(s): This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in psychology. Fulfills: SOSC requirement in LS core.
  • PSY2310C-B Lifespan Development Psychology
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Aleksandra Plocha
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Explores the development of a typical human being from conception to death. Investigates patterns of change in biology, cognition, personality, social interaction, and relationships that take place throughout the lifespan. Considers several conceptual issues including progression and regression, health and illness, normality and abnormality. Note that students who have already received credit for PSY 2300 cannot receive credit for PSY 2310. Fulfills: SOSC requirement in LS Core.
  • PSY2280C-A Organizational Psychology
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Joanna DePena
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Application of psychological principles to the world of work. Emphasizes the organization as a complex social system. Applied topics include the selection, training, and evaluation of personnel. Theoretical issues include motivation, leadership, group dynamics, and organizational structure. Prerequisite(s): PSY 1000. Fulfills: SOSC requirement in LS Core.
  • PSY2470C-A The Psychology of Trauma
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Aleksandra Plocha
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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Explores the psychology of trauma and human resilience. This course explores the range of posttraumatic reactions to a variety of situations as they affect cognitive, emotional, somatic and interpersonal aspects of functioning. Students will be exposed to an overview of the etiology of and prevailing theories about PTSD. Factors contributing to the resilience to trauma as well as societal, cultural, and historical influences on views of trauma will also be discussed. Prerequisite(s): PSY 1000.

Religious and Theological Studies

  • RTS3030C-A Humans, Earth, & the Sacred: Religion & the Environment
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Peter Ellard
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course surveys different religious traditions and their understandings of nature and human relations to other humans, animals, environment, and cosmos. In each case we will be looking at how those belief systems, or worldviews, result in particular attitudes that affect the environment and other humans by influencing human actions in relation to nature, and in turn how those actions (and thus the worldviews) affect humans, animals, plants, earth, and space, often in unintended ways, such as the way that those on the bottom of the socio-economic ladder suffer greater hardship and health issues such as exposure to pollution or toxins, environmental illnesses, and poorer food sources. Attention will be paid to power structures inherent in religious ways of understanding the roles of humans in relation to nature. Course requires site visits outside of class.Fulfills: D and X in LS Core.
  • RTS1010C-A World Religion
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Nick DiSalvatore
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course is an introduction to a variety of the world’s religious traditions, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Indigenous Traditions, Christianity, Islam, and Taoism. We examine origins, beliefs, practices, sacred texts, and historical and cultural aspects. Special attention will be given to Christianity and Catholicism. We will also examine St. Augustine’s life and ideas using various sources. Fulfills: RTS in LS Core.

Sociology

  • SOC1400C-A Stress; A Social Psych Perspect
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
This course will analyze the causes, effects, and untapped possibilities of getting better at stress, individually and collectively. As we draw on and fuse together insights from sociology, psychology, and health science, we will explore several key questions: What in our society - in our cultural beliefs/values, social norms, social practices, and social structures - has made the U.S. the most anxious, depressed, and distressed industrialized nation in the world? How does immense wealth inequality generate a toxic social environment that affects and infects our hearts, minds, and relationships? What can we do to hone our ability, as individuals and as a society, to more resourcefully, resiliently, and joyfully meet life’s challenges?How can we connect these timely issues to your questions and beliefs, your challenges and dreams?

Visual and Performing Arts

  • MUS1320C-B History of Rock & Roll
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Andrew Cote
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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This course covers the history of rock music in Western culture, focusing mainly on British and American contributions to the style. It begins with an overview of the musics that were predecessors of rock, including early blues, jazz and rhythm and blues, continues through the birth of rock ‘n’ roll in the 1950, and traces developments throughout the second half of the 20th century and beyond, culminating in a review of current trends. Fulfills: AL and X in LS Core.

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • WGS2010C-A Introduction to Race and Ethnic Studies
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Marybeth Salerno
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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The main objective of this course is to introduce students to the academic field of Race and Ethnic Studies, and the interdisciplinary questions it poses about the way that race, ethnicity, and racism structure our world. The course analyzes a range of themes and topics including the intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality; issues of power and privilege; immigration; popular culture and representation. The experiences of various communities of color will be explored including: African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinx, Native Americans and others. This course will also introduce major debates and issues facing Race and Ethnic Studies in the 21st century such as immigration rights, Diaspora and globalization. A variety of mediums will be used in the course including historical and theoretical texts, newspaper articles, online postings, film and cultural analysis. Fulfills: SOSC and D in LS Core.

Science and Engineering

Biology

  • BIO1106C-A Human Biology
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: David MacLaren
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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An introduction to the structure and function of human body at the level of cells, tissues organs and organ systems. A special emphasis is placed on the functions of the nervous and endocrine systems and their role in homeostasis and the integration and regulation of the functions of the other tissues and organs. The course will also consider molecular, Mendelian and population genetics. This course is designed primarily for students who intend to major or are majoring in Psychology or Human Development. Not open to Biology or Health Science majors or minors. Fulfills: STEM in LS Core. Note: Reserved for students majoring in Psychology or Human Development.

Mathematics

  • MTH1000C-A Concepts in Algebra
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Sujatha Thiruvengadathan
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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A one semester course designed to develop fundamental algebraic and problem-solving concepts and skills. Topics include linear, quadratic, square root, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and equations. This course utilizes individual investigation, problem-solving, and writing in order to enhance students’ understanding of algebraic models and the problem-solving process. Students are expected to work independently, with the assistance of the professor and math fellow(s), through an online experience that is personalized and continuously adaptive based on individual performance. A laptop/iPad and a scientific calculator are required. This course is open only to students whose Placement Exam results indicate that they need further preparation for subsequent mathematics courses. Fulfills: Q in LS Core Note: Though the class is online-asynchronous, assessments must be completed synchronously during the professor’s office hours. Office hour times will be planned with students’ schedules in mind.
  • MTH1505C-A Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers
  • 4 Credit(s)
  • Format: Online - Asynchronous
  • Summer Session 2
  • Instructor: Paula Bordogna
  • 07/11/2022-08/19/2022
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An introduction to applied statistical and probability methods in engineering dealing with discrete and continuous variables, estimation, tests of hypotheses, regression, and control charts. Statistical computer packages will be used in connection with some of the material studied. Graphing calculator is required. We recommend TI-84+. Prerequisite(s): MTH1217. MTH1218 is a co-requisite. Fulfills: Q in LS Core.