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2020 Summer Session Undergraduate Course Schedule - all courses will be online.

Posted Thu 06/04/2020 07:07 AM

The schedule is subject to change if enrollments make additions or cancellations of sections necessary.

"IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING ONLINE DELIVERY OF SUMMER COURSES"


2020 Summer Undergraduate Registration Period opens Monday, March 2 at 8:30 am

** 11-week Summer'20 Graduate Term Priority Registration period opens Monday, May 4 at 8:30 am **

Colleague Self-Service

Course Levels

Additional information on graduate courses offered in the four 11-week terms is posted on Graduate Studies site.

Sections numbered:
Six-week evening session I     Section Numbers 41-42
Six-week morning session I     Section Numbers 01-02
*Six-week online course       Section Number  51 & 53 

2nd Six-week evening session II    Section Numbers 43-44
2nd Six-week morning session II    Section Numbers 05-06
*2nd Six-week online course       Section Number  52 & 54

Eight-week morning session     Section Numbers 03-04
Eight-week evening session     Section Numbers 45-46
*Eight-week online course     Section Number  51 & 53

Twelve-week evening session     Section Numbers 47-48
*Twelve-week online course     Section Number  51 & 53

Costs, Payment Policies, Withdrawals and Refunds

See Semester & Summer Session calendars for:


Catalogue

See Semester & Summer Session calendars for:
  • summer session start and end dates
  • the last day to add a summer course dates
  • last day to withdraw from a summer course dates

Current students can also access degree audits, grades, course schedules @ "Colleague Self-Service"

Bookstore's textbook and course materials


Summer Session Registration Procedures:

No Summer Session registrations will be processed prior to March 2.

Course Load:

Students are limited to a maximum of:
two courses per summer session
or
two courses in different summer sessions that overlap by more than two weeks, or three class meetings
.

Student OnLine Registration for Summer:

  • Starting March 2, current traditional seniors, juniors, sophomores & freshmen can register themselves online for summer session courses @ "Colleague Self-Service"

  • Starting March 2, current non-traditional students can register themselves online @ "Colleague Self-Service"

In-Person Registration for Summer:

  • Current traditional seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen after meeting with, and obtaining the approval of their advisor, also have the option of having their summer registration processed in the Deans Office of their major, or Enrollment Services Office, starting March 2.

  • Current non-traditional students also have the option, after meeting with, and obtaining the approval of their advisor, of having their summer registration processed in the Deans Office of their major, or Enrollment Services Office, starting March 2.

  • **New students (includes "visiting" students from other colleges):
    If interested in taking a summer course(s) as a non-degree student, please contact the Office of Admissions for an application - 413.782.1517, or study@wne.edu. Upon receiving permission to register, you will be assigned an advisor from the appropriate School. The advisor will assist you with the registration process.

Use of the Internet and Kodiak log-in instructions
As noted in selected course descriptions, some courses will be taught entirely online with Kodiak, and students may be expected or required to use Internet. Registered students may access the Internet from computers located on the main campus in Springfield or from their own personal computers.
The comment, "Online w/Kodiak", means a student does not have to physically attend classes on campus. The course instruction is delivered 100% via the Internet.

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Undergraduate Courses

Accounting

Accounting: Introduction to Accounting I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 123 or MATH 133. Formerly "Financial Reporting"
AC 201-51           By Arrangement        Books   Santos, Anthony J.         05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Accounting: Introduction to Accounting II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 101/201 or HONB 203 Formerly "Managerial Accounting"
AC 202-52           By Arrangement        Books   Santos, Anthony J.         06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Art

Art: Special Topics in Art

3 credits
ART 193-51          By Arrangement        Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M       05/18-07/09
	ST:Design Principles through Photography - Using basic photography (no special camera/equipment required), this studio art course introduces the concepts of two-dimensional art and design: visual elements, formal principles of design, and the creative process. Students will strengthen creativity, problem-solving skills, and communication skills through creative exercises, visual analysis, and discussion.

Biology

Biology: Basic Biology: Organisms

3 credits
BIO 101-51          By Arrangement        Books   Rosenman, Burt A           05/18-06/25
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Online w/Kodiak - Lab fees to cover cost of virtual labs
Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: Microbes & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 101 or BIO 103, or BIO 107/BIO 117
BIO 158-52          By Arrangement        Books   Lail-Trecker, Melissa      06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems: Statistics for Business Analytics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102, and QR 112 or MATH 120. Formerly "Statistics for Business Analytics" Formerly "Statistics for Business Analysis"
BIS 221-52          By Arrangement        Books   DiSabito, David M          06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Business

Business: Business Etiquette & Professionalism

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
BUS 350-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kapinos, Kara L            05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak
Laboratory Fee $25

Business: Business Strategy

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 312/HONB 312 or BUS 326, & BIS 310 or BIS 312
BUS 450-52          By Arrangement        Books   Bateh, Justin              06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice: Intro to Criminal Justice

3 credits
CJ 101-51           By Arrangement        Books   Dunton, Creaig A           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak
CJ 101-52 By Arrangement Books Okeem, Chidike I 06/29-08/06 Online w/Kodiak

Criminal Justice: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

3 credits
CJ 190-52           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R             06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - ST: Serial Killers & Their Victims -  This course is intended for students interested in understanding multicide, the nature of serial homicide, the offenders, and their victims. The main focus will be on separating fact from fiction. Students will be exposed to concepts and information that will help prepare them to understand society's most dangerous criminals.

Criminal Justice: Criminology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 - Satisfies Writing Intensive course (WIC) requirement. - Cross listed as SO 210.
CJ 210-51           By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak - cross-listed SO 210-51

Criminal Justice: Child Abuse and Neglect

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly CJ 250 - Formerly "Children, Family & the State"
CJ 304-51           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R             05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Criminal Justice: Research Methods in Criminal Justice

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 210
CJ 315-52           By Arrangement        Books   Okeem, Chidike I           06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Criminal Justice: Weapons of Mass Destruction

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 360
CJ 363-52           By Arrangement        Books   Dunton, Creaig A           06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Criminal Justice: Internship in Criminal Justice

1 credit, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
CJ 480-45           By Arrangement        Books   Brown, Josie A             CLOSED 

Computer Science

Computer Science: Intro to Programming

4 credits
CS 102-52           By Arrangement        Books   Walz, Robert E             06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak
Laboratory Fee $50

Cultures

Cultures: Cuban Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
CUL 253-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Christopher L       05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak
CUL 253-52 By Arrangement Books Navarro, Sandra V CLOSED Online w/Kodiak

Cultures: Afr American & Caribbean Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
CUL 255-51          By Arrangement        Books   Brown, Josie A             05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
CUL 295-52          By Arrangement        Books   Vercellotti, Tim T         06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - ST: English Villages in Fact and Fiction -  Thoughts of England conjure images of a village green, a cricket pitch, the spire of a church, the village hall, and, of course, the local pub. These are the settings for an annual cycle of cultural traditions: village fêtes, cricket matches, flower and produce shows, bonfire nights, Remembrance Day services, and the Christmas pantomime. This course will explore those traditions and their enduring significance in daily life in England, both in fact and fiction. The fictional aspect comes courtesy of The Archers, a 15-minute daily BBC radio drama that has depicted English village life in nearly 19,000 episodes since the program's premiere in 1950. The course will explore the cultural phenomenon that is The Archers, with its daily audience of five million listeners in the UK and millions more online around the world, as well as the current renaissance of "audio drama" through podcasts.   This course meets Elements of Culture requirement "CA."

Economics

Economics: Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken EC 117 or EC 206.
EC 111-51           By Arrangement        Books   Murthy, Ranganath S        05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Economics: Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 201. Not open to students who have completed EC 117 or EC 205
EC 112-52           By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Economics: Eco of Soc Pol: Deciding How $ is Spent

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
EC 251-52           By Arrangement        Books   Casimir, Schiller S        06/29-08/06
                                                  Schrenzel, Jeff            
	Online w/Kodiak

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of C. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 236 and PHYS 134.
EE 205-51           By Arrangement        Books   Adamshick, Stephen J       05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering II

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 205 or HONE 205 and Pre- or Corequisite MATH 236
EE 206-51           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              05/18-08/06
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Online w/Kodiak -  lectures + labs online

Electrical Engineering: Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 236 or permission
EE 390-51           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              05/18-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak -  ST: Mathematical Techniques in Electrical Engineering -  This course presents the underlying analysis techniques necessary for advanced study in electrical engineering.  Topics include Fourier series, Fourier transforms, partial differential equations, and complex variables.

English

English: English Composition I

3 credits, prerequisite: A grade of "C-" or better in ENGL 130, or successful performance on WNEU English placement exam
ENGL 132-52         By Arrangement        Books   Wasserboehr, Jeffrey P     06/29-08/06
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Online w/Kodiak
Laboratory Fee $50

English: English Composition II

3 credits, prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in ENGL 131, ENGL 132, or ENGL 140-level, or the equivalent.
ENGL 133-51         By Arrangement        Books   Abraham, Pearl             05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak
Laboratory Fee $50

English: Women in Literature

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English Chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 358-51         By Arrangement        Books   Abraham, Pearl             05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

English: Internship in English

1 credit, prerequisite: At least junior standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
ENGL 480-45         By Arrangement        Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        CLOSED 

Engineering-General

Engineering-General: Computer Programming for Engineers

2 credits, prerequisite: College of Engineering student Cross listed as HONE 105
ENGR 105-52         By Arrangement        Books   Musiak, Matthew            06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur: Special Topics in Entreprenuership

1 credit
ENTR 190-52         By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak -  cross-listed with MK 190-52 -  ST: Create an Online Game using Lean Launchpad - In this course, you will act as a designers of an online game, addressing customer pains with a solution that creates value for the user. Using the Lean Launchpad methodology, you will learn the hottest technique for developing innovations.

Finance

Finance: Special Topics in Finance

1 credit
FIN 190-52          By Arrangement        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P           06/29-08/06
	ST: Psychology of Investing - Online w/Kodiak -  Psychology of Investing: How our Minds Sabotage Financial Decision Making:  This course has three main objectives.  First, we aim to introduce students to the professional career paths and personal finance tools that require us to make complex investment decisions. Second, we explore methods to improve investment performance by recognizing the various cognitive biases that influence financial decision making and mitigating their negative impact. Finally, we integrate a course long trading simulation to explore these topics in real time, culminating with an opportunity to set the University's real money student managed portfolio at the end of the course.

Finance: Intro to Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133 and Complete or concurrent AC-101 or HONB-203 or AC-201;
FIN 214-51          By Arrangement        Books   Durr, Wayne A              05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

History

History: Special Topics in History

3 credits
HIST 190-52         By Arrangement        Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - ST:American Pop Culture: From Breakfast Club to Club Penguin - This course will examine the history and role of pop culture in shaping the experiences, identities, and even lives of Americans today. From film to video games to the Internet, from paperbacks and music and sports, this course will consider how popular culture might be the last common ground left in a nation that is otherwise increasingly divided.

History: WW II & The Holocaust in Europe

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
HIST 345-51         By Arrangement        Books   Plum, Catherine J          05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Honors Program

Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

1 credit, prerequisite: Acceptance into Arts and Sciences, Business, or Engineering Honors Program
HON 191-52          By Arrangement        Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       CLOSED 
                                                  Rust, Michael J            
	Online w/Kodiak -  For New Incoming Honors Program students -  Pass/Fail Graded -  ST: Five Innovations That Made the Modern World -  We will use the organizing principle of historical innovations (Google searches, video games, department stores, insurance, clocks, etc.) to see how the modern world has been shaped, often in surprising ways.

Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering: Probability & Statistics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134, or concurrently
IE 212-51           By Arrangement        Books   Niknam, Seyed A            05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Industrial Engineering: Engineering Economic Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
IE 312-52           By Arrangement        Books   Namdari Khalilabad, Alireza  06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

International Business

International Business: Internship in International Business

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
INTB 480-43         By Arrangement        Books   Gerard, Joseph G           CLOSED 

Information Technology

Information Technology: Internship in Information Technology

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
IT 480-45           By Arrangement        Books   Jackson, Stoney Lee        CLOSED 

Journalism

Journalism: Journalism: Practices and Principles

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 132 or equivalent with grade of "C-" or better. No prerequisite for Summer'20 Session.
JRNL 100-52         By Arrangement        Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - No prerequisite for Summer'20 session -  For Summer'20 -  This course examines the role of journalism, with a focus on coverage of COVID -19. Students will analyze the role of the media in covering the global pandemic. From reporters broadcasting in lounge wear from their living rooms to elected leaders sending tweets, where and how we get news is changing. Students will examine news coverage with emphasis on their own writing and story-telling to produce stories on different platforms in this introduction to journalism course.

Mathematics

Mathematics: Pre-Calculus Mathematics

3 credits, prerequisite: Two years of algebra and one year of geometry, or placement recommendation or MATH 100.
MATH 109-52         By Arrangement        Books   Fetteroll, Carl            06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak

Mathematics: Intro Statistics for the A&S

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam. Credit for both this course and MATH 120 or QR 112, is not permissible.
MATH 120-51         By Arrangement        Books   Huo, Ming                  05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Mathematics: Calculus II

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 133 Credit for both this course and MATH 124 is not permissible.
MATH 134-51         By Arrangement        Books   Carcea, Marcel D           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak
MATH 134-53 By Arrangement Books Carcea, Marcel D 05/18-06/25 Online w/Kodiak

Mathematics: Calculus III

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 or MATH 124
MATH 235-51         By Arrangement        Books   Willemain, John            05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Mathematics: Differential Equations

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134
MATH 236-51         By Arrangement        Books   Oh, Seungly                05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering: Statics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of "C", and PHYS 132 or PHYS 133
ME 202-51           By Arrangement        Books   Shojaeiarani, Jamileh      05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Mechanical Engineering: Measurement Computing

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 105/HONE 105, and PHYS 134
ME 205-51           By Arrangement        Books   Candido, Brian L           05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Marketing

Marketing: Special Topics in Marketing

1 credit
MK 190-52           By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak -  cross-listed with ENTR 190-52 -  ST: Create an Online Game using Lean Launchpad - In this course, you will act as a designers of an online game, addressing customer pains with a solution that creates value for the user. Using the Lean Launchpad methodology, you will learn the hottest technique for developing innovations.

Marketing: Principles of Marketing

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore Standing
MK 200-51           By Arrangement        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Marketing: Internship in Mkt Comm/Advertising

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
MK 485-43           By Arrangement        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 

Neuroscience

Neuroscience: Introduc to Behavioral Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101
NSCI 212-51         By Arrangement        Books   Jarvinen, Michael K        05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Philosophy

Philosophy: Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
PH 208-51           By Arrangement        Books   Anderson, Wes              05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Philosophy: Business Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240 for credit.
PH 211-51           By Arrangement        Books   Anderson, Wes              05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Physics

Physics: Energy & Mankind

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 105, PHYS 123, PHYS 132; PHYS 133, METR 101, CHEM 101, CHEM 105, or GEOL 101; or BIO 101 or BIO 103; or BIO 107 and BIO 117;
PHYS 152-51         By Arrangement        Books   Hatten, Daniel             05/18-07/09
	Online w/Kodiak

Psychology

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Psychology: Organizational Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101. Junior standing, or permission of the chair.
PSY 302-51          By Arrangement        Books   Outhouse, Jessica C        05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Psychology: Psychology of Women

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
PSY 305-51          By Arrangement        Books   Outhouse, Jessica C        05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Psychology: Abnormal Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
PSY 326-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak

Sociology

Sociology: Criminology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 - Satisfies Writing Intensive course (WIC) requirement. - Cross listed as CJ 210
SO 210-51           By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N           05/18-06/25
	Online w/Kodiak - cross-listed CJ 210-51

Sport Management

Sport Management: Special Topics in Sport Management

1 credit
SPMN 190-52         By Arrangement        Books   Covell, Daniel             06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - ST:Sport on Film: Lessons in Leadership -  Sport-themed dramas, comedies and documentaries to identify and explain how sport organizations addressed important and influential management challenges to improve performance, and to understand how these lessons will impact their own development as a sport management professional.  Titles to include: A League of their own, Hoosiers, Invictus, Miracle, Moneyball, Race, and other selected titles.

Sport Management: Special Topics in Sport Management

1 credit
SPMN 191-52         By Arrangement        Books   Walker, Sharianne          06/29-08/06
	Online w/Kodiak - ST: COVID19 and the Sport Industry:  Where we are now and what's next? -  From postponement of the Olympics and cancellation of the Final Four to the first ever virtual NFL draft, the sport world has been forever changed by COVID19.  This course examines the effect of the pandemic on the sport business, how sport organizations have responded, and what the future holds for the U.S. sport industry.

Sport Management: Internship in Sport Management

1 credit, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
SPMN 480-43         By Arrangement        Books   Masteralexis, James T      CLOSED 


2020 Summer Session Undergraduate Course Schedule - all courses will be online. posted Thu 06/04/2020 07:07 AM by Linda Chojnicki,
Western New England University's Academic Schedule Controller.