Breadcrumbs

Spring 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

COM 341 – A  Communication Technologies – 10200

COM 462 – A  Writing For Public Relations – 11939
Prerequisite: COM 210 or COM 362, or instructor permission.

COM 458 – B Media from a Liberal Arts Perspective – 13044
This courses will be taught the last 8 weeks of the semester. It is a full 4-hour course so the workload will be more intensive due to the shortened timeframe.

CSC 317 – A Software Packages – 10370

CSC 318 – A Computer Literacy – 10371
Also: CSC 318 – A  10371

CSC 319 – A  Computer Programming – 10375
Also CSC 319 – B  10383
Prerequisite: CSC 318, or equivalent computer experience with Windows applications.

CSC 320 – A  Introduction to HTML/Web Development – 10385
Also: CSC 320 – C 11788

CRJ 474 – A  Law of Evidence – 10302
Also: LES 474 – A  10771

ECO 408 – A  History Of Economic Thought – 11650
Prerequisites: ECO 201 and ECO 202, or equivalent (ECO 315).

ENS 403 – A Transportation: Problems and Planning Procedures – 11976
(Undergradutes earn 3 hours for this course.)

LES 416 – A American Constitution and Civil Liberties – 10758
Also: POS 416 – A  10584

WGS 411 – A  Feminist Theories – 13019
Also:  POS 433 – A 10592 ; PHI 411 – A 10553 ; SOA 408 – A 10714

PHI 434 – A  Aesthetics – 12261
Background in Philosophy or Art recommended but not required

PHI 471 – A  Philosophy of Science – 11907

PHI 473 – A  Philosophy of the Mind – 12898

PHI 482 – A  Metaphysics of Things – 12828
Prerequisite: At least one upper level philosophy course outside of value theory. Logic strongly recommended.

SWK 425 – A  Social Work and Substance Abuse – 11962

SOA 428 – B Culture, Health, and Power – 12973
There is an LIS only section, please look for Course Reference Number in Group 3

SOA 480 – B  Sociology/Work & Organizations – 12276

SOA 480 – D  Cultural Sociology – 12753

UNI 401 – A   Library Research Methods – 10709

Group 2 – Requires Permission to Enroll

ACC 311 – A   Administrative Uses of Accounting – 10029
CONTACT:  Ruth Mullenix, rmull1@uis.edu

BIO 445 – A  Biology Of Water Pollution – 10099
Also:  ENS 445 – A  10341
CONTACT:  Jo Patterson , jpatt2@uis.edu

CSC 321 – A   Intermediate HTML Design and Usability – 10389
Prerequisite: CSC 320.
CONTACT:  Bobbie Fults, bfult1@uis.edu

ENG 466 – A Multicultural American Women’s Literature – 10270
Also: WGS 466 – A 13020
CONTACT:  Andy Egizi, aegiz1@uis.edu

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 323 – B  Adolescence – 11954

PSY 324 – A   Exceptional Child – 11801

PSY 326 – A   Family Psychology – 12936

MGT 461 – B Organization Theory – 12337
10 seats available. You must complete this form and it to Barbara Cass, bcass1@uis.edu

MPH 449 – A  Environmental Toxicology – 12986
Prerequisites: Organic chemistry or cell biology
CONTACT:  Nancy Rachelle, nrach1@uis.edu

TEP 201 – B   Introduction to Education – 11963
CONTACT:  Tyler Tanaka, ttana1@uis.edu

Group 3 – Restricted to Specific Programs

Liberal Studies

CSC 320 – B  Introduction to HTML/Web Development – 10387

CHE 311 – B  Chemistry Of Everyday Life – 11969
This course fulfills a general education requirement at UIS in the areas of Physical Science with a Lab (4 hours) and without a Lab (3 hours).

CSC 318 – B  Computer Literacy – 10373

LIS 342 – A   Conducting Liberal Studies Research – 10236
Course Information: Credit/No Credit grading only. Prerequisite: LIS majors who have completed LIS 301.

LIS 360 – A   Stress and You – 12779

LIS 360 – B Lit & Contemp World Culture – 13027

LIS 460 – BAmerican Gothic – 12809

SOA 428 – A   Culture, Health, and Power – 12972

SWK 368 – A  Photography and Social Movements – 12478

LIS 451 – A Senior Seminar – 10247
Also
LIS 451 – B  10249 ;  LIS 451 – C  13017
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 Mary Addison-Lamb, Annette Van Dyke, and Bill Kline.  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.

English – All ENG courses are now available without permission.

ENG 315 – A The British Victorian Novel – 12892

ENG 375 – A - Expository Writing – 13074

ENG 380 – A Lit Genres:British Stage/Film – 12778

ENG 460 – D Lit & Contemp World Culture – 12745

ENG 470 – B - Fiction IV – 11836

ENG 480 – AModern Contemporary Poetry – 10306

ENG 480 – BAmerican Indian Literature – 10311

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 472 – A   Imperial Russia – 11877

HIS 480 – A   Greek Religion – 11946

HIS 480 – D   Islamic History – 12180

ECCE classes

UNI 301 – F    ECCE: Speakers Series – 12787
Also: UNI 301 – G 13021 ; UNI 301 – H 13022 ; UNI 301 – I 13023

Engagement Experience

You should contact the AST office to discuss enrollment in AST 300, AST 301, and AST 305
AST 300 – F   ECCE: General Applied Study Term – 10079
Course Information: Credit/No credit grading only.

AST 301 – F   ECCE: Project AST – 12935
Course Information: Credit/No credit grading only.

AST 305 – A  Undergraduate Prior Learning Portfolio Development – 12458
Course Information: Credit/No credit grading only.

AST 360 – A   ECCE: Social Change and Leadership – 12704
Also: AST 360 – B 13046

U.S. Communities

CSC 442 – A ECCE: Internet in American Life – 13063
Also:

CSC 442 B- 13064

ENG 361 – A   ECCE: From China to Chinese America – 12893

MPH 478 – A ECCE: Crisis in Environmental Health – 12731
Also: MPH 478 – B 12734

Global Awareness

ENS 461 – A   ECCE: Geopolitics: Geographical Aspects of International Affairs – 12125

MPH 450 – A   ECCE: Chemicals and the Citizen – 12727
Also: MPH 450 – B  12728

POS 270 – A   ECCE: Global Issues – 11977

WGS 301 – A   ECCE: Women, Gender, and Society – 13040
Also:  SWK 382 – A  11911 ;  SOA 301 – A  13039

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

MPH 408 – B   ECCE: Addiction – 12863

PHI 313 – A   ECCE: Animals and Human Civilization – 13024
Also: PHI 313 – B 13025

General Education and lower-level courses

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 60 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. There are some requirements, like math, which will require a freshman-level course, but please realize this exception, 100-level requirements cannot be counted as part of the 60 upper-level hours you need to gradaute.

Physical Science without a lab

ENS 463 – A  Our Changing Climate – 10347
CONTACT:  Nancy Rachelle, nrach1@uis.edu

Physical Science with or without a lab

CHE 311 – B  Chemistry Of Everyday Life – 11969

Mathematics

MAT 121 – B Applied Statistics – 10463

Humanities

ENG 237 – A  Introduction to Literature – 11800

Fine Arts Humanity

ART 101 – A Art Appreciation – 12334

Social and Behavioral Sciences

LES 201 – B Introduction to the American Political System – 12525
Also: POS 201 – B 12524

PHI 436 – A Contemporary American Political Philosophy – 10555
Also: PHI 436 – B 12586