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Blended/Hybrid Courses
Blended/hybrid courses are courses where 20% or more of the traditional face-to-face classroom time is replaced by online assignments and activities. Students spend less time in the classroom and more time working and interacting online, providing greater flexibility regarding when and where coursework can be completed.

Administrative Leadership
Chair: Larry Martin END 621 229-4740
Dept. Program Spec.: Roger Kocher END 615 229-4740

Please note: The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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AD LDSP-790: Internship in Instructional Leadership (3 units; G )

Relevant field experience for candidates seeking the WI DPI Director of Instruction administrative license.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; completion of common core

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 FLD 101 22038 - 05/27-08/16 Wallace, Leigh OFF CAMPUS  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM off campus tuition assessed.
Hybrid course
Class meets face-to-face on 5/28 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. Contact Dr. Leigh Wallace at lwallace@uwm.edu for a permission number to register for this practicum.
Audit never allowed.


Biological Sciences
Chair: Daad Saffarini, LAP S181 229-4214
http://www.biology.uwm.edu

In addition to courses offered by Biological Sciences, students are also encouraged to select cross-listed courses in other departments (Clinical Laboratory Sciences; Conservation and Environmental Sciences; Psychology; and Urban Planning). A detailed listing of all Multidisciplinary Courses can be found on the web at:

http://www4.uwm.edu/schedule/

IMPORTANT: Registered students not attending Biological Sciences Lab and/or Discussion courses during the first week may be dropped. See 'Administrative Drop for Non-Attendance' policy under The Department of Enrollment Services 'Registration Policy' on the web at:
https://www4.uwm.edu/current_students/register_course_info/registration_policies.cfm

Registration in laboratory courses is typically restricted by the availability of openings in laboratory sections. You must register for both the lecture and laboratory sections to complete the course.

Please note: The College of Letters & Science charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections. These sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2-- (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the Schedule of Classes, please contact Andy Cuneo, L&S Student Academic Services, via e-mail, acuneo@uwm.edu, or phone (414) 229-2787.
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BIO SCI-562: Topics in Field Biology: (1 - 2 units; U/G ; FEE)

Intensive mini-course on topics in applied and basic field biology such as vegetation sampling, natural area management, wetland delineation.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic to 6 cr max. Prereq: jr st; Bio Sci 310(P) or equivalent; add'l prereqs may be required depending on topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Field Herpetology:ID of Wisc Amphibians & Reptiles
  (FEE) 1 LEC 101 27454 9:00 AM-6:00 PM F 05/30 Meyer, Gretchen OFF CAMPUS PDF
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-3:00 PM S 05/31      
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-12:00 PM U 06/01      
Required in-class session 5/30-6/1 at the UWM Field Station, 3095 Blue Goose Road, Saukville, WI. Website: www.fieldstation.uwm.edu.
Course taught partially online---May 19 - June 20. Internet access required. $60 special course fee will be assessed.



Contact the Field Station for more information. UWM Cedarburg Bog Field Station, 3095 Blue Goose Road, Saukville, WI. Website: www.fieldstation.uwm.edu.
Vegetation of Wisconsin
  (FEE) 2 LEC 103 27458 - 05/19-07/05 Reinartz, James OFF CAMPUS  
Course taught partially online. Internet access required---May 26 - July 1. Required in-class session June 16 - 21 (Monday - Saturday)for a week-long field trip that will travel throughout Wisconsin.
A special course fee of $320 will be assessed in addition to regular UWM tuition. This will cover transportation and lodging
Methods for Description of Vegetation
  (FEE) 2 LEC 104 27459 8:00 AM-5:00 PM MTWRF 07/14-07/19 Reinartz, James OFF CAMPUS  
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-12:00 PM S 06/23-08/09      
Course taught partially online. Internet access required---June 23 - Aug. 5. Required in-class session July 14 - 19 (Monday - Saturday); at the UWM Field Station.

A special course fee of $120 will be assessed in addition to regular UWM tuition. Contact the Field Station for more information. UWM Cedarburg Bog Field Station, 3095 Blue Goose Road, Saukville, WI. Website:
www.fieldstation.uwm.edu.
Plant-Insect Interactions: Ecology and Evolution
  (FEE) 1 LEC 105 27461 9:00 AM-6:00 PM F 07/28-08/23 Meyer, Gretchen OFF CAMPUS PDF
  (FEE)       8:00 AM-3:00 PM S        
Course taught partially online. Internet access required---July 28 - Aug. 20. Required in-class session Aug. 8 - 9 (Friday - Saturday); at the UWM Field Station.



A special course fee of $60 will be assessed in addition to regular UWM tuition. Contact the Field Station for more information. UWM Cedarburg Bog Field Station, 3095 Blue Goose Road, Saukville, WI. Website: www.fieldstation.uwm.edu.


Biomedical Sciences
Dept. Chair: Jeri-Anne Lyons, Ph.D., End. 417, (414)229-3812, jlyons@uwm.edu
Program Coordinator: Cindy Brown, END 463, (414)229-5299, cbrown@uwm.edu
Student Advising: NWQ Building B, 6th floor (414)229-2758

Please note: NOTE: Students who are absent during first week of classes without instructor's permission may forfeit a place in class. Students will still be held responsible for dropping the class. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTORY/TOPICS COURSES: BMS 101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences; BMS 205(NS) Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine; BMS 232 Introduction to Nutrition; BMS 260(SS) Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine; BMS 281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science; COMSDIS 210(SS) Survey of Communication Disorders; HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease; HS 105 (SS) Survey of the Health Professions; HCA 203(SS) Human Life Cycle; HS 222 Language of Medicine; HS 224 Introduction to Microcomputers for Allied Health Professions; KIN(HMS) 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; THERREC 203 Recreation as a Therapeutic Intervention, THERREC 103(HU) Introduction to Leisure
FORENSIC SCIENCES
Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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BMS-536: Applied Clinical Microbiology (3 units; U )

Lectures and laboratory dealing with the systematic study of bacteria of medical importance to humans.

Notes:
Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) or cons prog dir.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 401 26406 12:00 PM-1:20 PM MTWRF 05/27-06/14 Nardelli, Dean END 107  
Lecture also meets the week of June 9-13 from 8:30-9:50 AM. Students are required to have access to internet/computer.
Consent required to audit.
      LAB 801 26407 1:30 PM-3:00 PM MTWRF 05/27-06/14 Brown, Cynthia END B90  
Lab meets 5/27 - 6/13 M-F 1:30-3 PM and the week of 6/19 - 6/13 M-F 10-11:30 AM.
Consent required to audit.


Business Administration
Additional tuition will be applied, regardless of the credit plateau, for all students enrolled in the UW-Milwaukee Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business' 200-600 level classes. The differential tuition rate is $21.22 per credit during the 2013-2014 academic year. Additional tuition will enhance the quality of education in the Lubar School of Business.

DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE FEES are assessed, regardless of the credit plateau, for all students enrolled in undergraduate program courses through UW-Milwaukee. The Distance Education Course fee for the Spring 2014 semester is $300 per 3-credit course. This fee is in addition to standard tuition and additional program costs.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING PRIORITY ENROLLMENT PLAN FOR UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES.

1. Pre-Business Administration Seniors and UWM special students who do not hold an undergraduate degree are not eligible to register for any 400, 500, or 600-level business courses. Please see the Business School academic advising staff in LUB N297 for more information.

2. Non-business degree students can register in 400, 500, or 600-level courses if they have completed course prerequisites and can provide evidence of GPA of 2.50 or above.

3. UWM special students who do not hold an undergraduate degree can register for 100, 200, and 300-level business courses if they meet course prerequisites, including class standing criteria.

4. Guest matriculates from other universities who are continuing degree students at their home universities are eligible to register in any Bus Adm courses if they meet course prerequisites, including class standing criteria.

5. Business Administration courses are not available to students on a credit/no credit grading basis. Exceptions: 394, 396, 397, 398, 400, 439, 449, 459, 469, 479, 489, 490, 494.

6. STRICT ENFORCEMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR ADVANCING TO A MAJOR IN THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Consistent with our grade point average policy for advancement to the business major, students who have a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or above (including transfer work, if any) are guaranteed admission.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR GRADUATE BUSINESS STUDENTS

1. The Business School has two curricular areas - Business Administration (BUS ADM) and Business Management (BUSMGMT), Please check both areas for courses as well as seminars in management (Bus Adm 795).

2. Masters level foundation courses are Bus Adm 700-703. Contact the Business School Graduate Program Services Office if you have questions.

3. Enrollment in 900-level doctoral seminars is restricted to Ph.D. students.

STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND CLASSES IN WHICH THEY ARE REGISTERED MAY BE DROPPED FROM THE COURSE. (See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department).

IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO MEET ALL PUBLISHED PREREQUISITES OF A COURSE; THE STUDENT MAY BE ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED AT ANY TIME DURING THE SEMESTER IF THE PREREQUISITES ARE NOT MET.
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BUS ADM-436: Systems Analysis and Design (3 units; U ; FEE)

Systems development methodologies; systems modeling, requirements specification, structured design, and systems implementation; use of automated development tools.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st & admis to Bus Adm major; grade of 'C' or better in Bus Adm 335(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 001 27470 5:30 PM-8:50 PM MW 07/07-08/16 Sinha, Atish LUB N110  
Hybrid course taught 40% online. First class meets on campus 7/07/14, with additional on-campus dates TBA. Internet/computer access required.
Additional Tuition $63.66.
Consent required to audit.


Communication
Chair: Mike Allen - JOH 210, 229-4261

STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS MAY BE ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED FROM THEIR COURSES. See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by the department.

Please note: The College of Letters & Science charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections. These sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2-- (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the Schedule of Classes, please contact Andy Cuneo, L&S Student Academic Services, via e-mail, acuneo@uwm.edu, or phone (414) 229-2787.
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COMMUN-105: Business and Professional Communication (3 units; U ; SS)

Analysis and application of communication principles and practices (interpersonal communication, teamwork issues, public speaking, technological communication) fundamental to successful participation in organizational and professional activities.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 301 27712 10:00 AM-1:30 PM M 06/09 Timmerman, Charles NWQ G571  
SS         10:00 AM-1:30 PM M 06/16      
SS         10:00 AM-1:30 PM W 05/28      
SS         10:00 AM-1:30 PM M 06/02      
This course is completed partially online, internet access req'd. Prior to enrolling, please note that attendance will be required (UWM, Kenwood Campus) on each of the following four dates: 5/28, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 from 10am until 1:30pm and the scheduled final exam period.


Communication Sciences and Disorders
Chair: Carol Hubbard Seery, END 875, 229-4291
Undergraduate Program Coordinator: Shelley Lund, END 871, 229-4945
Graduate Program Coordinator: Marylou Gelfer, END 853, 229-6465
Student Advising:NWQ Building B (414)229-2758

1. Students intending to apply for an undergraduate major in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders may not repeat the following courses: ComSDis 220; ComSDis 230: ComSDis 240. This also applies to Second and non Degree students.

2. No student will be allowed to drop clinical practicum ComSDis 500, ComSDis 501 or ComSDis 720 without the consent of the Coordinator of Clinical Services.

3. Changes in undergraduate and graduate clinic registration may be necessitated by availability of supervisors and student priority.

4. Students who are absent during first week of class without instructor's permission may forfeit their place in class.

5. All students should contact their advisors prior to registration.

Please note: NOTE: Students who are absent during first week of classes without instructor's permission may forfeit a place in class. Students will still be held responsible for dropping the class. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTORY/TOPICS COURSES: BMS 101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences; BMS 205(NS) Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine; BMS 232 Introduction to Nutrition; BMS 260(SS) Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine; BMS 281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science; COMSDIS 210(SS) Survey of Communication Disorders; HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease; HS 105 (SS) Survey of the Health Professions; HCA 203(SS) Human Life Cycle; HS 222 Language of Medicine; HS 224 Introduction to Microcomputers for Allied Health Professions; KIN(HMS) 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; THERREC 203 Recreation as a Therapeutic Intervention, THERREC 103(HU) Introduction to Leisure
FORENSIC SCIENCES
Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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COMSDIS-661: The Role of the Speech-language Pathologist in Literacy (2 units; U/G )

Language theory related to reading and writing disorders. Speech-language pathologist's role in assessment and intervention.

Notes:
Prereq: sr st; cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 001 26608 4:00 PM-5:45 PM T 06/02-07/26 Sieff, Sherri END 115  
Course taught partially on-line. Computer/Internet access required.
Consent required to audit.

COMSDIS-710: Motor Speech Disorders (3 units; G )

Basic neurological substrates of the dysarthrias and apraxia, differential diagnosis and treatment of acquired and developmental communication disorders associated with apraxia and dysarthria.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; ComSDis 703(P) & 712(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 26606 9:00 AM-12:15 PM M 06/02-07/26 Gelfer, Marylou END 115  
Course taught partially on-line. Computer/Internet access required.
Consent required to audit.

COMSDIS 726(903): Speech-Language Pathology Externship in Medical Environments (4 units; G )

Supervised clinical experience in medical and rehabilitation settings.

Notes:
Counts as a repeat of ComSDis 903. May be repeated to 8 cr max. Prereq: grad st; ComSDis 709(P); ComSDis 725(P); cons instr & grad advisor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    4 DIS 601 26612 5:00 PM-6:30 PM M 05/27-08/16 Wangerin, Kathleen END 816  
Meets online 6/9, 6/23, 7/7, 7/21 (all online), and 7/28- (in class).
Consent required to audit.


Counseling
General Information: 229-4767 EDPSYDept@uwm.edu
Chair: Nadya Fouad, END 773 229-6830 nadya@uwm.edu

Please Note: The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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COUNS-600: Introduction to Community Counseling (3 units; U/G )

Survey of history of counseling; systems of counseling; credentialing in community counseling, counseling techniques; behavior modification and behavioral counseling; group processes in counseling.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 22164 4:30 PM-7:30 PM W 06/23-08/02 Korell, Shannon BOL B92  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.

COUNS-775: Trauma Counseling II: Diagnosis and Treatment (3 units; G )

Seminar on diagnosis and assessment instruments as well as intervention and therapeutic techniques used to address trauma issues in counseling acute and chronic traumatized clients.

Notes:
Couns 775, Nurs 775, OccThpy 775, and Soc Wrk 775 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st; Couns 774, Nurs 774 , OccThpy 774 or Soc Wrk 774(P), or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 101 27977 10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 05/31 Arndt, Leah OFF CAMPUS  
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 06/14      
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 06/28      
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 07/26      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM off campus tuition assessed.
This hybrid class will meet F2F on Saturdays; 5/31, 6/14, 6/28, & 7/26 from 10am-3pm at the SCE downtown campus, 7th floor, Plankinton Bldg, 161 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Consent required to audit.

COUNS-820: Counseling Appraisal and Clinical Decision-Making (3 units; G )

Course will integrate science of psychology with counseling practice in order to promote development of advanced interviewing skills and intake reporting.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; Couns 710(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 22046 - WF 06/09-06/21   TBA  
Class meets face to face for the first two weeks of the session: 6/11, 6/13, 6/18, & 6/20.
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Cultures and Communities
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THEATRE 260(460): Storytelling: (3 units; U ; A; FEE)

Development of skills to locate, analyze, and tell stories from multicultural sources and ranging from personal experience to myths and legends.

Notes:
Retakeable with change in topic to max of 3 sem. Prereq: none, except as required for specific topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Elder Tales
A (FEE) 3 LAB 001 20324 10:00 AM-3:00 PM W 05/28 Mello, Robin TBA  
A (FEE)       10:00 AM-3:00 PM R 05/29      
A (FEE)       1:00 PM-4:00 PM T 06/10      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM M 06/23      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM T 06/24      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM W 06/25      
This class is connected to the Create Change Conference. Students will create projects and attend the Conference. This class meets in person at the dates and times listed and also on-line in D2L.
Meets: 5/28, 5/29, 6/10, 6/23, 6/24, & 6/25. Class meets at the Milwaukee Public Museum on 6/10 and the Create Change conference on 6/23, 6/24, & 6/25.
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $65.40.
Consent required to audit.


Curriculum and Instruction
Department Chair: Dr. Barbara Bales, bbales@uwm.edu, END 310, 229-4884/4814
Advising (Office of Academic Services): Phone (414) 229-4904, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail oas@uwm.edu

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

1. Undergraduate advising E-mail inquiries should be sent to the Office of Academic Services at: oas@uwm.edu.

2. Some Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction (CURRINS) courses are not open to University Special Students (including Summer Guest Students) or students who want to audit a course (written consent required to audit). Enrollment restrictions such as these (including any other course prerequisites) can be viewed in the notes area located directly above each course number's course section listings, with additional information sometimes provided as needed within an individual section number's section note text. If you receive a PAWS self-enrollment error message stating you do not meet course requisites and you would still like to enroll, you may send an email request for a PAWS enrollment permission number (see "Important Registration Information" note # 8 below).

3. Students who do not meet course prerequisites may be administratively dropped. See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department.

4. Students who do not attend classes in which they are registered may be administratively dropped. Students who do not attend the first class meeting are subject to this policy. See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department.

5. Students accepted into Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction programs may be given priority registration for department courses for which Junior Standing is a prerequisite.

6. Students enrolled in ("introduction to teaching" courses) CURRINS 300, CURRINS 328 or CURRINS 333: Field experience hours must be completed during the semester of enrollment. No extensions will be granted.

7. Early Childhood Education students enrolled in CURRINS 312: Field experience hours must be completed during the semester of enrollment. No extensions will be granted.

8. Permission Numbers: All requests for CURRINS course (enrollment) permission numbers should be submitted via email to the Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction email address: cni@uwm.edu. Each request should include: 1.) your full legal name, 2.) your UWM campus ID number, 3.) a daytime phone number, and 4.) the CURRINS course number and section number as published in the online Schedule of Classes. Requests for non-CURRINS course permission numbers should be directed to the specific department (School, College, or program) offering the desired course.

9. Classes are subject to cancellation for low enrollment. We regret having to do so, as we acknowledge the great inconvenience this causes students. Please be aware of this when planning your semester schedule and purchasing your books. We recommend that you understand the return policy of your book seller. The School of Education will make every possible effort to make course cancellation decisions prior to two weeks before the start of individual classes.

10. Official e-mail communication between the Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction and UWM students will be sent to assigned student UWM pantherLINK e-mail addresses. It is a student's responsibility to check her or his pantherLINK e-mail account regularly for important university and/or course related information (https://pantherlink.uwm.edu). If you do not check your pantherLINK e-mail on a regular basis, then we suggest that you enter a pantherLINK e-mail account forward mail command routing e-mail to your preferred non-UWM e-mail address.

Please note: The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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CURRINS-510: Cooperative Strategies for Pre and Early Adolescents (1 - 3 units; U/G )

Teaching and management strategies consistent with fostering productive learning environments for pre and early adolescents.

Notes:
May be retaken to max of 3 cr. Prereq: admis to School of Educ, or grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 001 22139 5:30 PM-8:20 PM MW 05/27-06/28 Westrich, Kathleen END 346  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
For MACSTEP (science & math) students only.
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Meets 5 Weeks: 50% in-person (on-campus) / 50% online (group/synchronous meetings)
Meets in-person (on-campus): weekly, on Wednesdays for the indicated start/end time.
Meets online: weekly, on Mondays, for the indicated start/end time. No meeting on 5/26 (holiday).
For additional required online course work expectations and course information, contact the listed instructor directly via email: Kathleen Westrich, kmwest@uwm.edu.

CURRINS-580: Mathematics Education: (1 - 3 units; U/G )

Analysis of school and classroom practices in mathematics. Specific topics and any additional prereqs will be announced in the Schedule of Classes each time the course is offered.

Notes:
May be retaken for cr w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st or grad st.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Topics in Secondary Technology Use
    3 LEC 001 27542 7:00 PM-9:00 PM T 05/20 Steele, Michael TBA  
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM R 05/22      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM T 05/27      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM R 05/29      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM T 06/03      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM R 06/05      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM T 06/10      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM R 06/12      
          9:00 AM-4:00 PM S 06/21      
          9:00 AM-1:00 PM U 06/22      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM T 07/08      
          7:00 PM-9:00 PM R 07/10      
Hybrid course.
Meets On-Campus Dates (END 384): 9:00am-4:00pm, (SA) 6/21 & 9:00am-1:00pm (SU) 6/22.
Meets Online Dates: 7:00pm--9:00pm, (T) 5/20, (R) 5/22, (T) 5/27, (R) 5/29; (T) 6/3, (R) 6/5, (T) 6/10, (R) 6/12, (T) 7/8. (R) 4/10.

Also requires online individual student/instructor meetings 1 hour per week, to be arranged with the instructor.

For additional course information, including online course work expectations, contact the listed instructor directly via email: Dr. Michael Steele (steelem@uwm.edu).

This course will explore a variety of iPad apps - web based, general, and mathematics-specific - and the ways in which the iPad can support mathematical problem solving practices consistent with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
Consent required to audit.

CURRINS-721: Advanced Problems in the Teaching of Social Studies (3 units; G )

For teachers with experience who wish to improve their understanding and skill; equal emphasis on theory and practice.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st & cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 27314 11:30 AM-4:15 PM TF 07/21-08/16 Hawkins, Jeffrey END 346  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Meets 4 weeks, 25% online / 75% in-person.
Meets in-person (on-campus): T 7/22, F 7/25, T 7/29, T 8/5, F 8/8, and T 8/12.
Meets online: F 8/1 and F 8/15.
For additional required online course work expectations and course information, contact the listed instructor directly via email: Prof. Jeffrey Hawkins, hawkinj@uwm.edu.

CURRINS-839: Practicum in Writing from Qualitative Research for Educational Settings (3 units; G )

Practice in writing from qualitative research data and analysis of qualitative text.

Notes:
Not open to students who have cr in Ad Ldsp 839 which is identical to CurrIns 839. Prereq: grad st; Ad Ldsp or CurrIns 729(P) & 829(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 FLD 001 27440 5:00 PM-8:10 PM W 06/09-07/19 Bales, Barbara END 538  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Exceptional Education
Chair: Elizabeth Drame, END 695

For additional information regarding Exceptional Education enrollment contact Cindy Pharm, (414) 229-5251, cpharm@uwm.edu. The School of Education charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections, these sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2 (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the online Schedule of Classes, please contact the department.
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EXCEDUC-560: Foundations of Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 units; U/G ; OWCB)

Examination of characteristics of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Focus on causes, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis, and impact on personal lives.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score at level 4 on EPT.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
OWCB   3 LEC 001 27437 5:00 PM-7:40 PM MW 06/23-07/19 Drame, Elizabeth TBA  
This course includes a service learning component.
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.

EXCEDUC-568: Curriculum and Methods for Special Education: Birth to Three (3 units; U/G )

Designed for teachers serving infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; admis to ExcEduc prog; ExcEduc 647(C).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 22218 4:30 PM-7:50 PM T 06/23-08/02 Mickelson, Anne CRT 209  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.

EXCEDUC-630: Survey of EC Intervention: Young Children with Special Needs, Families (3 units; U/G )

Introduction to etiology, historic background, current service provisions, and issues and trends as related to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities and their families.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st & admis to School of Educ; or grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 21851 5:00 PM-7:40 PM W 07/07-08/16 Runge, Lesley BOL B91  
Class meets F2F: 7/9, 7/16 & 8/6.
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM off campus tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.

EXCEDUC-715: Issues and Trends in Exceptional Education (3 units; G )

Designed for students with entry level experience in exceptional education, the course reviews the exceptional education populations, methodology and current issues and trends.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; ExcEduc 300 or equiv or cons dept.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 22220 4:30 PM-7:50 PM MW 06/23-08/02 Ford, Alison TBA  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Class meets online: 7/2, 7/7, 7/9. Class is combined with ExEd 815.

EXCEDUC-760: Foundations of Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 units; G )

Examination of characteristics of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Focus on causes, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis, and impact on personal lives.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 27438 5:00 PM-7:40 PM MW 06/23-07/19 Drame, Elizabeth TBA  
The class is combined with ExEd 560-001.
Consent required to audit.

EXCEDUC-815: Capstone Course In Special Education (3 units; G )

Culmination of course work during the graduate program leading to the development of the thesis or graduate project.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; ExcEduc 715(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 22081 4:30 PM-7:50 PM MW 06/23-08/02 Ford, Alison TBA  
Class meets online: 7/2, 7/7, 7/9. Class will be combined with ExEd 715.
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


French
Chair: Caroline Seymour-Jorn CRT 772 229-4382
Coordinator: Anita Alkhas CRT 796 229-5966 The College of Letters & Science charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections. These sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2-- (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the Schedule of Classes, please contact Andy Cuneo, L&S Student Academic Services, via e-mail, acuneo@uwm.edu, or phone (414) 229-2787.
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FRENCH-145: Views of France: (3 units; U ; HU)

In-depth study of selected aspects of French civilization as reflected in literature.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Learning French Culture through Cuisine
HU   3 LEC 301 25254 10:00 AM-12:30 PM MW 07/21-08/16 Anderson, Eric CRT 209  
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


French and Francophone Studies
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FRENCH-145: Views of France: (3 units; U ; HU)

In-depth study of selected aspects of French civilization as reflected in literature.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Learning French Culture through Cuisine
HU   3 LEC 301 25254 10:00 AM-12:30 PM MW 07/21-08/16 Anderson, Eric CRT 209  
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Freshwater Sciences
Program Representative: Michael Carvan, GLRF 111G, (414) 382-1706, carvanmj@uwm.edu
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FRSHWTR-980: Graduate Internship (1 - 3 units; G )

Students earn credits for serving in an internship that involves work related to freshwater sciences disciplines. They must prepare a report based on the internship.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic to 6 cr max. Prereq: grad st; cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 - 3 FLD 201 27120 - 05/27-08/16 Carvan, Michael TBA  
This section for SFS Professional Science track MS students only. Taught mainly online; internet access and ongoing D2L postings and discussion required. Students required to give in-person oral presentation.

Internship requires 480 hours: 3 months full time or equivalent.
Audit never allowed.


History
Chair: Merry Wiesner-Hanks, HLT 342B 229-4361, merrywh@uwm.edu

STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND CLASS (INCLUDING DISCUSSIONS) OR CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES MAY BE DROPPED ADMINISTRATIVELY.

Please note: The College of Letters & Science charges an additional special course fee for Distance Education (online) sections. These sections can be distinguished by a section number beginning with 2-- (e.g., 201, 202). If the special course fee is not listed in the Schedule of Classes, please contact Andy Cuneo, L&S Student Academic Services, via e-mail, acuneo@uwm.edu, or phone (414) 229-2787.
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HIST-151: American History: 1607 to 1877 (3 units; U ; SS)

Survey of American social, political and economic development to 1877.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 301 25269 10:00 AM-12:40 PM TR 05/27-06/21 Buff, Rachel BOL B91 Word
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.

HIST-200: Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues: (3 units; U ; SS)

This course examines the historical dimensions and demonstrates the importance of historical thinking for the understanding of contemporary problems and crises.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
(SS&)The Civil Rights Movement in America
SS   3 LEC 301 25593 9:00 AM-11:40 AM TR 07/21-08/16 Carter, Gregory BOL B91  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.

HIST-293: Seminar on Historical Method: Theory and Approach (3 units; U ; HU)

Systematic exploration of the varieties of historical thought and of common problems in writing history, including causation, generalization, objectivity, purpose and value of history.

Notes:
Not open for cr to students w/cr in, and does not count as repeat of, Hist 291. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
HU   3 SEM 301 25239 9:00 AM-11:40 AM MW 05/27-06/21 Austin, Joe MER G47  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.

HIST-600: Seminar in History: (3 units; U ; OWCB)

In-depth investigation of a period or theme in history. Emphasis on designing and writing a research paper based on primary and secondary sources.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic with petition to department chair to 6 cr max. Prereq: sr st; satisfaction of GER English Composition & Math Skills competency reqs; Hist 288(P), 291(P), 293(P), 294(P), 594(P), 595(P), or 596(P); declared Hist major or Educ/Soc Studies-Broad Field Hist major.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Race Relations in America
OWCB   3 SEM 001 25591 9:00 AM-11:40 AM TR 06/23-07/19 Carter, Gregory MER G47  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.
Consent required to audit.


Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Chair: N. Campbell-Kyureghyan (414) 229-3403, campbeln@uwm.edu Please note: Additional tuition, applied regardless of the credit plateau, is charged for all undergraduate and graduate courses offered through the UWM College of Engineering and Applied Science. The differential tuition rate will be set at $21.63 per credit during this academic year. The additional tuition will enhance the quality of education in engineering and computer science.

STUDENTS WHO ARE ABSENT DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF A CEAS CLASS WITHOUT PERMISSION MAY BE DROPPED FROM THE CLASS. (See Registration portion of this Schedule for information about fees for students dropped by department).

Due to space limitations, some courses may be restricted to students admitted to the College of Engineering & Applied Science. The program may impose major status as a prerequisite for courses numbered 300 and above.
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IND ENG-467: Introductory Statistics for Physical Sciences and Engineering Students (3 units; U/G ; FEE)

Concepts of probability and statistics; probability distributions of engineering applications; sampling distributions; hypothesis testing; parameter estimation; regression analysis.

Notes:
Not open for cr for Math majors or students with cr in MthStat 362 or 465. IndEng 467 & MthStat 467 are jointly offered & count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Math 233(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 001 21491 5:00 PM-6:15 PM MR 06/09-07/19 Jang, Jaejin EMS E150  
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access required. The course will meet on June 9, 23, 30 (midterm exam), July 14, 17 (final exam).
Additional Tuition $62.40.


Literature in Translation
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FRENCH-145: Views of France: (3 units; U ; HU)

In-depth study of selected aspects of French civilization as reflected in literature.

Notes:
Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Learning French Culture through Cuisine
HU   3 LEC 301 25254 10:00 AM-12:30 PM MW 07/21-08/16 Anderson, Eric CRT 209  
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM tuition assessed.


Nursing
Student Advising: 229-5482 CUN 129

All undergraduate students enrolled in Junior level classes (NURS 205, 211, 315, 320, 321, 326, 327, 328, 331 & 334) and Senior level classes (NURS 403, 404, 415, 440, 442, 443) in the clinical major will be assessed a Differential Tuition of $ TBA per credit, regardless of the credit plateau. This additional tuition enhances the quality of education in the College of Nursing.
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NURS-775: Trauma Counseling II: Diagnosis and Treatment (3 units; G )

Seminar on diagnosis and assessment instruments as well as intervention and therapeutic techniques used to address trauma issues in counseling acute and chronic traumatized clients.

Notes:
Couns 775, Nurs 775, OccThpy 775, and Soc Wrk 775 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st; Couns 774, Nurs 774, OccThpy 774 or Soc Wrk 774(P), or cons instr

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 SEM 211 26212 - 05/27-08/16   OFF CAMPUS  
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM off campus tuition assessed.
This hybrid class will meet F2F on Saturdays; 5/31, 6/14, 6/28, & 7/26 from 10am-3pm at the SCE downtown campus, 7th floor, Plankinton Bldg, 161 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Audit never allowed.

NURS-881: Measurement for Health Research (2 units; G )

Study of theories of measurement and scaling, properties of research instruments, design and testing of instruments for health research.

Notes:
Prereq: admis to doctoral prog in nursing or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 001 26181 1:00 PM-3:50 PM W 05/27-08/16 Tao, Hong CUN 505  
Hybrid course


Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Chair :Mark Johnston, END 963, (414)229-3616
Occupational Therapy Program Director: Joyce Engel, END 977, (414)229-5534
Student Advising: NWQ Building B 6th floor, (414)229-2758

Please note: NOTE: Students who are absent during first week of classes without instructor's permission may forfeit a place in class. Students will still be held responsible for dropping the class. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTORY/TOPICS COURSES: BMS 101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences; BMS 205(NS) Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine; BMS 232 Introduction to Nutrition; BMS 260(SS) Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine; BMS 281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science; COMSDIS 210(SS) Survey of Communication Disorders; HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease; HS 105 (SS) Survey of the Health Professions; HCA 203(SS) Human Life Cycle; HS 222 Language of Medicine; HS 224 Introduction to Microcomputers for Allied Health Professions; KIN(HMS) 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; THERREC 203 Recreation as a Therapeutic Intervention, THERREC 103(HU) Introduction to Leisure
FORENSIC SCIENCES
Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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OCCTHPY-740: Advanced Topics in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice (3 units; G )

Examines current practices and future trends for evaluation and treatment of occupational performance between birth and 21 years of age within family and community contexts.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 SEM 001 26559 11:00 AM-1:20 PM MW 06/02-07/26 Barnekow, Kris END 995  
            MW   Clough, Cynthia    
A portion of this course will be conducted on-line. Students are required to have access to internet/computer.

OCCTHPY-775: Trauma Counseling II: Diagnosis and Treatment (3 units; G )

Seminar on diagnosis and assessment instruments as well as intervention and therapeutic techniques used to address trauma issues in counseling acute and chronic traumatized clients.

Notes:
Couns 775, Nurs 775, OccThpy 775, and Soc Wrk 775 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st; Couns 774, Nurs 774 , OccThpy 774 or Soc Wrk 774(P), or cons instr

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 SEM 101 26633 10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 05/31 Arndt, Leah OFF CAMPUS  
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 06/14      
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 06/28      
          10:00 AM-3:00 PM S 07/26      
Course taught partially online. Internet access req'd. Regular UWM off campus tuition assessed.
This hybrid class will meet F2F on Saturdays; 5/31, 6/14, 6/28, & 7/26 from 10am-3pm at the SCE downtown campus, 7th floor, Plankinton Bldg, 161 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Consent required to audit.


Theatre
Department Office: Art 203, 414-229-4947
Chair: LeRoy Stoner, ART 234, 414-229-3913

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

1. Prerequisites will be strictly enforced. Students who do not meet prerequisites will be administratively dropped from the course.

2. Any student enrolled in a Theatre course, who does not attend the first class without having previously notified the Theatre Department Office (229-4947) may, at the discretion of the instructor, be administratively dropped. After the Friday of the first week of classes students will not be allowed to drop without the written permission of the instructor. It is the student's responsibility to check the office hours of the instructor if a drop is requested. See administrative or departmental drop section in the registration portion of the schedule of classes for information about fees for students dropped from the course. Note: students must file signed drop forms personally, at the registrar's office; instructors take students off their own list, but they do not contact the registrar's office.

3. Theatre majors will generally have priority registration for courses REQUIRED in the major.

4. All official email communication between the Department of Theatre and admitted UWM students will be sent to assigned student PantherMail email addresses (http://panthermail.uwm.edu). It is a student's responsibility to check her or his PantherMail email account regularly for important university and/or course related information (or to input a PantherMail forward mail command routing email to any other preferred non-UWM email address).

5. THEATRE COURSES ARE CLOSED TO AUDITORS.

Please Note: DIFFERENTIAL TUITION, applied regardless of the credit plateau, for all students enrolled in most undergraduate courses offered through the degree programs within the UW-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts beginning in the Fall 2004 semester. Eight 100-level General Education Requirement (GER) courses do not carry the differential: Music 100, Music 101, Music 102, Art 100, Art 105, Art 106, Art 124, and Theatre 100.The differential tuition rate will be set at $21.80 per credit during this academic year. Additional tuition enhances the quality of education in the Peck School of the Arts.
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THEATRE 260(460): Storytelling: (3 units; U ; A; FEE)

Development of skills to locate, analyze, and tell stories from multicultural sources and ranging from personal experience to myths and legends.

Notes:
Retakeable with change in topic to max of 3 sem. Prereq: none, except as required for specific topic.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Elder Tales
A (FEE) 3 LAB 001 20324 10:00 AM-3:00 PM W 05/28 Mello, Robin TBA  
A (FEE)       10:00 AM-3:00 PM R 05/29      
A (FEE)       1:00 PM-4:00 PM T 06/10      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM M 06/23      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM T 06/24      
A (FEE)       8:00 AM-5:00 PM W 06/25      
This class is connected to the Create Change Conference. Students will create projects and attend the Conference. This class meets in person at the dates and times listed and also on-line in D2L.
Meets: 5/28, 5/29, 6/10, 6/23, 6/24, & 6/25. Class meets at the Milwaukee Public Museum on 6/10 and the Create Change conference on 6/23, 6/24, & 6/25.
Course taught partially on-line. Internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $65.40.
Consent required to audit.


Therapeutic Recreation
Occupational Therapy Chair: Mark Johnston, END 963, (414) 229-3616
Program Director: Patricia Thomas, END 935, 229-2507
Student Advising:NWQ Building B, 6th Floor, (414)229-2758

Please note: NOTE: Students who are absent during first week of classes without instructor's permission may forfeit a place in class. Students will still be held responsible for dropping the class. COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTORY/TOPICS COURSES: BMS 101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences; BMS 205(NS) Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine; BMS 232 Introduction to Nutrition; BMS 260(SS) Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine; BMS 281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science; COMSDIS 210(SS) Survey of Communication Disorders; HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease; HS 105 (SS) Survey of the Health Professions; HCA 203(SS) Human Life Cycle; HS 222 Language of Medicine; HS 224 Introduction to Microcomputers for Allied Health Professions; KIN(HMS) 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; THERREC 203 Recreation as a Therapeutic Intervention, THERREC 103(HU) Introduction to Leisure
FORENSIC SCIENCES
Interdisciplinary certificate programs in forensic sciences are offered by the College of Health Sciences in cooperation with the College of Letters & Sciences and Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. For a listing of courses offered in the programs this semester, see the Forensic Sciences listing toward the end of this Schedule.
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THERREC-203: Therapeutic Recreation Process (3 units; U )

Study of Therapeutic Recreation (TR) process including the values and underpinning of practice, and the inter-relationships between TR, health care and human service professionals.

Notes:
Counts as a repeat of TherRec 390 with same topic. Course taught completely online. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 26575 - 05/27-08/16 Thomas, Patricia TBA  
Course taught primarily on-line. Course meeting times are TBA upon discussion with the Instructor. Internet/computer access required.
Consent required to audit.

THERREC-400: Issues and Trends in Therapeutic Recreation (TR) (3 units; U )

Examination of the most current issues and trends in the field and advancement of the profession.

Notes:
Prereq: TherRec 308(P) or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001 26603 - 05/27-08/16 Thomas, Patricia TBA  
Course taught primarily on-line. Course meeting times are TBA upon discussion with the Instructor. Internet/computer access required. Consent required to audit.
Consent required to audit.