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Fall 2009 Online Courses

The courses listed on this page are hyperlinked to the actual UIS schedule.  You can follow this link to see useful information like the number of available spaces, course descriptions, and whether or not a waitlist exists.

Group 1 – open to all students

CHE 465 – A Environmental Toxicology – 12430
Prerequisite: Organic chemistry or cell biology.

COM 458 – A Media from a Liberal Arts Perspective – 10422
NOTE: This is a full 4-hour course that meets for only 8 weeks, Oct 19, 2009 – Dec 19, 2009. The weekly workload will be greater than a traditional full semester 4 hour course.

COM 472 – A Political Communication in the United States – 10429

Computer Literacy
CSC 318 – A – 10425
CSC 318 – B – 10428
CSC 318 C – 10435 – is reserved of LIS majors please attempt to register in this section first.

CSC 319 – A Computer Programming – 10441
CSC 319 C – 11875 – is reserved of LIS majors please attempt to register in this section first.

CSC 320 – A Introduction to HTML/Web Development – 11876

CSC 321 – A Intermediate HTML Design and Usability – 11879
Prerequisite: CSC 320

ECO 301 – B Managerial Economics – 12564
Prerequisite: MAT 113, ECO 201 and ECO 202, of equivalent.

ENG 235 – A Introduction to American Literature – 10614

ENG 330 – A ECCE: Third World Literature – 13053

ENG 335 – B Early American Literature – 12628

ENG 339 – B European Cinema – 13389

ENG 380 – A Children’s Literature – 12570

ENG 415 – A The British Novel from Dickens to Hardy – 12174

ENG 442 – A Contemporary American Novel – 10691

ENG 470 – A Creative Writing:Fiction I – 10695

ENG 478 – B The Theory and Practice of Composition and Rhetoric in the American University – 13352

ENS 201 – A Literature and the Environment – 12706

GBL 439 – A Transition/Cent & East Europe – 13358

LES 451 – A Law, Film and Popular Culture – 13130

MIS 352 – C Principles of Management Information Systems – 13103

MIS 423 – B Decision Support Systems – 13104
Prerequisite: MIS 352

PAD 434 – A The Changing American Family and Public Policy – 13355

PHI 301 – A Critical Thinking – 10744

PHI 401 – A Logic – 12572

PHI 448 – A Moral Values in Political Philosophy – 12374
This course is intended primarily for philosophy majors, but others may enroll.

PHI 472 – A Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology – 12191

PHI 481 – A Philosophy of Language – 12678
Prerequisite: PHI 453, PHI 495, or any of PHI 470 through PHI 489 (or instructor’s permission).

PHI 485 – A Social Philosophy – 13139
Prerequisites: PHI 436, or PHI 447, PHI 448, PHI 495, PHI 537, PSC 325, PSC 431, PSC 432, PSC 435, PSC 514, PSC 537, PSC 580, BUS 595.

SOA 480 – B - 12735 Work & Occupations

SWK 425 – A Social Work and Substance Abuse – 10241

UNI 401 – A Library Research Methods – 10763

Group 2 – Requires Permission to Enroll

ACC 311 – B Administrative Uses of Accounting – 10007

BIO 345 – A General Microbiology – 10567
Prerequisite: Organic Chemistry recommended
Requires Instructor Approval Contact: Josephine Patterson, jpatt2@uis.edu

Non-Discrimination Laws in Employment
Contact Kathryn Eisenhart, keise1@uis.edu   LES 449 – A – 11063   PAD 452 – A – 11064

All PSY courses require an introductory PSY class.  You must email request to psy@uis.edu.  Include your first and last name, UIN, Course Number and Name.  If you are interested in more than one PSY course, you may include them all in a single email.

PSY 322 – A Child Development – 11923

PSY 324 – A Exceptional Child – 11927

Group 3 – Restricted to Specific Programs

Liberal Studies

CHE 137 – A Chemistry Cooks – 12911
If the class is full, contact Andy Egizi, aegiz1@uis.edu

CSC 318 – C Computer Literacy – 10435

CSC 319 – B Computer Programming – 11875

CSC 320 – B Introduction to HTML/Web Development – 11877

ENG 370 – A Verbal Arts in the Community – 13283
(This course has recently been approved to count as as ECCE Engagement Experience.)

LIS 451 Senior Seminar
You must be planning to complete your degree this spring to enroll in LIS 451. If you wish to take the class, contact Andy Egizi, aegiz1@uis.edu. It is being taught by Rosina Neginsky and Annette Van Dyke.  If you have a preference, please let him know.  It is impossible to guarantee that we can honor your preference but we will if at all possible.

LIS 460 – A Serving Up Art – 12813

LIS 460 – D Philosophy of Business – 13240

PHI 453 – A Person, Identity, and Dignity – 10746

SOA 426 – B Teen Talk: Culture/Adolesence – 13258

English – ENG courses are currently limited to online ENG majors but may be open to LIS majors in the future. We will send an email to let you know. If you are interested in an ENG course, please contact Andy Egizi.

ENG courses are now available to all online majors without permission to enroll. Please look for these courses in Group 1

History – HIS courses are available. Contact Amanda Winters for permission awint01s@uis.edu. You do not need to wait until December to request permission.

HIS 375 – B ECCE: Conflict in the Middle East – 13136 (Global Awareness)

HIS 442 – A American Urban History – 10672

HIS 473 – A History of the Soviet Union – 12366

HIS 481 – A Women in Chinese and Japanese History – 11235

ECCE classes

ECCE: Speakers Series
UNI 301 – G – 12998
UNI 301 – H - 12999
UNI 301 – I - 13002
UNI 301 – J – 13089

Engagement Experience

The Applied Studies (AST) has been retitled Experiential Learning (EXL).

EXL 200 – A ECCE: Learning and Serving in the Community – 13185

You should contact the EXL office to discuss enrollment in EXL 300, EXL 301, and EXL 305
EXL 300 - ECCE: General Applied Study Term

EXL 301 – ECCE: Project AST

EXL 305 – Undergraduate Prior Learning Portfolio Development

EXL 360 – A ECCE: Social Change and Leadership – 13210

U.S. Communities

ECCE: Crisis in Environmental Health
MPH 478 – A - 12826
MPH 478 – B - 12828

Global Awareness

ENS 446 – A ECCE: Population and Public Policy – 13024

MPH 222 – A ECCE: Global Public Health: Population, Poverty and Pollution – 13169

ECCE: Chemicals and the Citizen
MPH 450 – A- 12832
MPH 450 – B - 12833

ECCE Elective only (cannot be used for ECCE category requirements.)

MPH 408 – A ECCE: Addiction – 12758

SOA 441 – A ECCE: Social Stratification – 12736

General Education

The following groups of courses are approved General Education courses and can be taken to fulfill requirements you might have.  Remember that your LIS degree must include 48 junior/senior level hours so, if at all possible, you should look for upper-level General Education courses.  If you are considering a 100-200 level course, I would encourage you to enroll in it so that you get a seat, but you should consult with your academic advisor to confirm that you can use it in your degree before the semester begins.

Communication

ENG 102 – B College Writing and Civic Engagement – 12885

Physical Science without a lab

ENS 463 – A Our Changing Climate – 10298

Physical Science with lab

CHE 137 – A Chemistry Cooks – 12911

Humanities

ENG 201 – B Exploring Literature – 13142
Requires Instructor Approval Contact Denise Long, dhowa031@uis.edu

PHI 315 – A Comparative Philosophy of Religion – 12675

PHI 440 – A Ethics – 12188
2 hour class meets Aug. 24 to Oct 17 2009

PHI 453 – A Person, Identity, and Dignity – 10746

Fine Arts Humanity

ART 101 – A Art Appreciation – 12519

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