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2021 Wintersession Undergraduate Course Schedule (January 4-22)

Posted Tue 01/05/2021 06:39 AM

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


2021 Wintersession Open Registration Period opens at 8:30 am Monday, November 16 for current students to register via "Colleague Self-Service"

**New students (includes "visiting" students from other institutions):
If interested in enrolling in a wintersession 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, will be assigned an advisor from the appropriate College/School. The advisor will assist with the registration process.



** 11-week Winter'21 Graduate Term Priority Registration Period opens 8:30 am Monday, October 26 **


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Course Load: Students are limited to a maximum of two courses during Wintersession.

Online Courses:

Per catalogue: Online Course Load


Use of the Internet and Kodiak log-in instructions.
As noted in selected course descriptions, wintersession courses will be taught entirely online. Students may be expected or required to use the Internet and the College's Internet-based, Kodiak, course delivery program. 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 physically attend classes on campus. The course instruction is delivered 100% via the Internet.
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Undergraduate Courses

Art

Art: 2-D Art

3 credits
ART 240-50          By Arrangement        Books   Ray, Joseph W C            01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
Laboratory Fee $50

Business

Business: Internship in Business

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.
BUS 480-50          By Arrangement        Books   Greeley, Jack P            CLOSED 

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

3 credits
CJ 291-50           By Arrangement        Books   Hansen, Laura L            01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous -  ST: Street Gangs -  In the search for social justice, one question that continues to go unanswered, how do you correct the inner city problems that contributes to social inequality?  One answer for inner city youth and young adults is to join street gangs.  This course examines the social problems that contribute to gang recruitment, including in schools. Some of the variables examined are age, gender, race, and above all, social inequality and poverty.

Cultures

Cultures: Cuban Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
CUL 253-50          By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Christopher L       01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
CUL 297-50          By Arrangement        Books   Drnec-Kerr, Lisa           01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - ST: The Czech Republic -   The Czech Republic is a country inextricably woven into the history and cultures of Europe and the West, but it is also a country defined by the struggle for a national identity and politics. This course will explore how Czech legends, literature, and art speak to and catalyze Czech political history and give rise to the modern day Ceska Republika.  This course meets Elements of Culture requirement "CA."

Economics

Economics: The Economics of Crime

3 credits
EC 105-50           By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

English

English: Twentieth Cent American Lit

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 357-50         By Arrangement        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Finance

Finance: Special Topics in Finance

1 credit
FIN 290-50          By Arrangement        Books   Durr, Wayne A              01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - ST: Financial Modeling -  This one credit course is for College of Business students who are interested in Financial Modeling.

Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering: Industrial Safety & Hygiene

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 212 or IE 212
IE 422-50           By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - cross-listed w/IE 591-50

Management

Management: Business & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course can be taken to fulfill the PH 211 requirement. Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240/HONB 240 for credit. This course does not fulfill the ethics requirement for A & S or ENGR students.
MAN 240-50          By Arrangement        Books   Forray, Jeanie M           01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Management: Internship in 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.
MAN 480-50          By Arrangement        Books   Knott, Melissa J           CLOSED 

Marketing

Marketing: Internship in Marketing

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.
MK 481-50           By Arrangement        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 

Philosophy

Philosophy: Intro to Philosophy

3 credits
PH 103-50           By Arrangement        Books   Luzecky, Robert W          01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Psychology

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-50          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Psychology: Organizational Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101. Junior standing, or permission of the chair.
PSY 302-50          By Arrangement        Books   Outhouse, Jessica C        01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Psychology: Forensic Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and junior standing, or permission of the chair.
PSY 319-50          By Arrangement        Books   Castellano, Alison N       01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Psychology: Abnormal Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
PSY 326-50          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Graduate Courses

Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering: Special Topics Industrial Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 or equivalent, MS standing or 5yr BS/MS student
IE 591-50           By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          01/04-01/22
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - cross-listed w/IE 422-50 -  ST: Industrial Safety and Hygiene - Prerequisite: IE 212 or equivalent, MS standing or 5yr BS/MS student - This is a study of issues related to human interaction(s) within a workplace. The focus is on industrial safety and hygiene in workplace design. Other topics include: the principles of industrial hazard avoidance and the roles of NIOSH and its relationship with OSHA.


2021 Wintersession Undergraduate Course Schedule (January 4-22) posted Tue 01/05/2021 06:39 AM by Linda Chojnicki,
Western New England University's Academic Schedule Controller.