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College of General Studies
The following courses are Associates-affiliated courses offered at Waukesha, Washington County, and/or Online. College of General Studies courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.

CGS American Indian Studies
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS AIS-101: Introduction to American Indian Studies (3 units; A ; CD,IS,SS)

Introduction to the history, culture, and sovereignty of American Indians through the disciplines of Anthropology, Business, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology; American Indian perspectives of historical events and policies. Explores how historical events affect sovereignty, political relationships, and current American Indian issues. This course focuses on Wisconsin Indians, meeting the requirements of Wisconsin DPI Act 31.

Notes:
Prerequisite: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,IS,SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24713 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS AIS-260: American Indian Art (3 units; A ; A,CD)

A survey of North American Indian art and its relationship to Native American cultures, past and present. Looks at pre-Columbian art, changes in art with European contact, and the most recent trends in Native American art. Philosophies of aesthetics and the relationship of art to material culture and worldview will be analyzed from the cross-cultural perspective of the anthropology of art.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD   3 LEC 3001
24900 1:00 PM-3:45 PM W 09/03-12/12 Booth, Timothy WAUK S115 Word


CGS Anthropology
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS ANT-100: Introduction to Anthropology (3 units; A ; SS)

A survey of the subfields of anthropology, especially archaeology and physical and cultural anthropology. The course explores human biological evolution and variation, cultural evolution, language, and culture change.

Notes:
Prereq: none

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 3001
24901 6:00 PM-8:45 PM T 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  
SS   3 LEC 5001
25243 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Hays, Christopher WASH 221  
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24715 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ANT-104: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3 units; A ; SS)

Survey of cultural anthropology with emphasis on ethnographic description, methodology and contemporary theory. Cross-cultural comparisons of societies and institutions. Course includes both humanistic and social scientific approaches to human sociocultural diversity.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 3001
24903 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  

CGS ANT-105: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3 - 5 units; A ; NS)

A study of evolutionary theory, the place of humans in the primate order, the fossil evidence for human evolution and interpretation of that evidence, the biological and genetic basis of human variation, and possible other topics of human biology. NS if 3 cr.; if 4 cr. or 5 cr., also LS.

Notes:
Prereq: none

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 3001
24904 9:10 AM-10:25 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  
NS+   4 LEC 3401
24905 9:10 AM-10:25 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  
Students enrolling in this section should also enroll in one lab--section 801K or 802K.
NS     LAB 3801
24906 10:35 AM-11:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  
NS     LAB 3802
24907 2:25 PM-3:40 PM W 09/03-12/12 Jamison, Gregg WAUK N052  
NS   3 LEC 5001
25244 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Hays, Christopher WASH 209  

CGS ANT-150: Food, Culture, and Identity (3 units; A ; CD,SS)

The role of food in human history, and the biocultural construction of what is classified as food; examines the meaning of food across cultures with particular attention to how cultural and ethnic identities are associated with particular types of food. Rituals, religions and family celebrations, and secular holidays all include the deliberate preparation, serving and sharing of food or abstinence from food.

Notes:
Prereq: none

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 3001
24908 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Quick, Joseph WAUK N052 PDF


CGS Art
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS ART-101: Introduction to Drawing (3 units; A ; AP)

Principles of creative and structural drawing; a foundation course that explores a variety of ideas, techniques, and materials with a perceptual focus; drawing as a fine art and a basis for structure. An investigation of methods and materials.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24909 9:10 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael WAUK S105  
AP   3 LEC 3002
24910 1:00 PM-3:40 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael WAUK S105  
AP   3 LEC 5001
25246 9:25 AM-11:55 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lesniak, Joshua WASH FA205  

CGS ART-102: Intermediate Drawing (3 units; A ; AP)

Principles of creative and structural drawing; a second semester foundation course that explores a variety of ideas, techniques, and materials with a perceptual focus; drawing as a fine art and a basis for structure. Studio work in drawing with a variety of materials, techniques, and ideas. An investigation of methods, materials, and mixed media possibilities. An introduction to figure drawing. The class is conceptually based with an involvement and emphasis on structure, ideas and process.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS ART 101.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25247 9:25 AM-11:55 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lesniak, Joshua WASH FA205  

CGS ART-112: Three-Dimensional Design (3 units; A ; AP)

Investigation of the basic elements and principles of three-dimensional design in the use of volume and spatial arrangement.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
25830 9:10 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Ware, Michael WAUK S023  

CGS ART-121: Introduction to Painting (3 units; A ; AP)

Basic experience in various media - may include oil, watercolor, acrylic media, a survey of studio methods.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24911 1:00 PM-3:40 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael WAUK S105  
The Nature and Cause of Abstraction in Painting
My painting courses for Fall 2019 will focus primarily on the exciting, experimental, and controversial history, processes, and conceptual nature of abstraction and abstract painting. We will investigate and execute expressive works of art inspired from various avant-garde movements of Modern Art and their leading practitioners in a variety of media (oil, acrylic, watercolor, collage, mixed-media). Some examples of these Modern Art movements are as follows: Post Impressionism (van Gogh and Seurat), Cubism (Pablo Picasso), Expressionism (Wassily Kandinsky, Henri Matisse, Gabrielle Munter), DADA (Hans Arp, Marcel Duchamp, Hannah Hoch), Surrealism (Salvador Dali, Andre Masson, Rene Magritte, Georgia O?Keeffe), Abstract Expressionism (Bradley Walker-Tomlin, Joan Mitchell, Jackson Pollock), etc.

CGS ART-125: Oil Painting (3 units; A ; AP)

Exploration of oil media; aspects of traditional and contemporary procedures. Lecture-lab.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS ART 121 or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24912 1:00 PM-3:40 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael WAUK S105  
The Nature and Cause of Abstraction in Painting
My painting courses for Fall 2019 will focus primarily on the exciting, experimental, and controversial history, processes, and conceptual nature of abstraction and abstract painting. We will investigate and execute expressive works of art inspired from various avant-garde movements of Modern Art and their leading practitioners in a variety of media (oil, acrylic, watercolor, collage, mixed-media). Some examples of these Modern Art movements are as follows: Post Impressionism (van Gogh and Seurat), Cubism (Pablo Picasso), Expressionism (Wassily Kandinsky, Henri Matisse, Gabrielle Munter), DADA (Hans Arp, Marcel Duchamp, Hannah Hoch), Surrealism (Salvador Dali, Andre Masson, Rene Magritte, Georgia O?Keeffe), Abstract Expressionism (Bradley Walker-Tomlin, Joan Mitchell, Jackson Pollock), etc.

CGS ART-131: Introduction to Sculpture (3 units; A ; AP)

Basic experience in three-dimensional media. A survey of materials and procedures used in sculptural processes.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
25831 9:10 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Ware, Michael WAUK S023  

CGS ART-154: Introduction to Ceramics (3 units; A ; AP)

Exploration of materials and processes; hand and wheel forming; glazing, firing, and kiln management.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25249 6:00 PM-8:30 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Lesniak, Joshua WASH FA206  

CGS ART-161: Introduction to Photography (3 units; A ; AP)

Introduction to photography, which includes building technical abilities, vocabulary and an understanding of the principles and history of traditional/contemporary B&W photography as an expressive art form. May include working in the darkroom and/or working with digital imaging programs and alternative photo processes.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25250 1:00 PM-3:30 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Moisiadis-Duran, Anna WASH 213  

CGS ART-175: Worlds of Art--Images/Objects/Ideas (3 units; A ; A,CD)

An introduction to the visual arts, intended for the non-art major, which emphasizes cross-cultural perspectives - specifically the impact race and ethnicity have on artistic production, art criticism, art philosophies and aesthetics among the four major ethnic groups in the United States - African American, Native American, Asian American, and Hispanic/Latino American. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD   3 LEC 3001
24913 6:00 PM-8:45 PM T 09/03-12/12 Booth, Timothy WAUK S115 Word
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24717 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ART-181: Survey: Ancient and Medieval Art (3 units; A ; A)

Art and architecture from the Old Stone Age to the Gothic era. Field trip.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24719 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ART-187: Survey: Modern Art (3 units; A ; A)

Painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing of the modern era. Field trip.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
24914 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Booth, Timothy WAUK S115 Word
A   3 LEC 5001
25251 1:00 PM-1:50 PM MWF 09/03-12/12 Lesniak, Joshua WASH 276  

CGS ART-188: Survey: Modern Architecture and Design (3 units; A ; A)

Architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, interior and industrial design of the modern era. Field trip.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
24915 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Booth, Timothy WAUK S115 Word

CGS ART-216: Digital Imaging and Design (3 units; A ; AP)

Basic skills and vocabulary of digital technology; exploration of popular graphics software and hardware. Integration of digital imagery with more traditional media. Development of a portfolio for transfer.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25252 4:00 PM-6:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Moisiadis-Duran, Anna WASH FA205  

CGS ART-225: Intermediate Oil Painting (3 units; A ; AP)

Continuation of CGS Art 125 with emphasis upon individual development.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS ART 125.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24916 1:00 PM-3:40 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael WAUK S105  
The Nature and Cause of Abstraction in Painting
My painting courses for Fall 2019 will focus primarily on the exciting, experimental, and controversial history, processes, and conceptual nature of abstraction and abstract painting. We will investigate and execute expressive works of art inspired from various avant-garde movements of Modern Art and their leading practitioners in a variety of media (oil, acrylic, watercolor, collage, mixed-media). Some examples of these Modern Art movements are as follows: Post Impressionism (van Gogh and Seurat), Cubism (Pablo Picasso), Expressionism (Wassily Kandinsky, Henri Matisse, Gabrielle Munter), DADA (Hans Arp, Marcel Duchamp, Hannah Hoch), Surrealism (Salvador Dali, Andre Masson, Rene Magritte, Georgia O?Keeffe), Abstract Expressionism (Bradley Walker-Tomlin, Joan Mitchell, Jackson Pollock), etc.

CGS ART-231: Intermediate Sculpture (3 units; A ; AP)

Second year level course with emphasis upon technical problems related to individual projects.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS ART 131.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
25832 9:10 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Ware, Michael WAUK S023  
AP   3 LEC 5001
25253 6:00 PM-8:30 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Lesniak, Joshua WASH FA206  

CGS ART-260: American Indian Art (3 units; A ; A,CD)

A survey of North American Indian art and its relationship to Native American cultures, past and present. Looks at pre-Columbian art, changes in art with European contact, and the most recent trends in Native American art. Philosophies of aesthetics and the relationship of art to material culture and worldview will be analyzed from the cross-cultural perspective of the anthropology of art.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD   3 LEC 3001
24917 1:00 PM-3:45 PM W 09/03-12/12 Booth, Timothy WAUK S115 Word

CGS ART-261: Intermediate Photography (3 units; A ; AP)

A continuation of CGS Art 161 with emphasis on working with color and expanding photographic skills. Study geared toward specific student interests and the development of a portfolio for transfer.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS ART 161.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25254 1:00 PM-3:30 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Moisiadis-Duran, Anna WASH 213  

CGS ART-299: Independent Study (1 - 3 units; A )

Independent study.

Notes:
Prereq: consent of instructor and department chair.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 IND 3001
27875 - 09/03-12/12 Julian, Michael TBA  
    1 - 3 IND 5001
25255 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  
    1 - 3 IND 5002
25256 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  
    1 - 3 IND 5003
25257 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  


CGS Astronomy
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS AST-100: Survey of Astronomy (3 - 4 units; A ; NS)

Descriptive survey of astronomy for students with minimal background in mathematics and science. Topics include the solar system, stars, nebulae, galaxies, cosmology, and astronomical methods.

Notes:
May be offered for 3 credits without laboratory work, or for 4 credits with laboratory work consisting of telescopic observation, laboratory demonstration,and astronomy exercises. Students may not earn credit for both AST 100 and 105. Prereq: High school algebra and geometry or cons. instr. NS; if 4 cr, also LS.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24720 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS AST-105: The Solar System (3 - 4 units; A ; NS)

Contemporary understanding of the Solar System; the sky and celestial motions; ancient astronomy; the Copernican revolution; light, gravity, orbits, and astronomical instruments; formation of the solar system; sun, planets and moons; asteroids, comets, meteors and meteorites; and the origin of life.

Notes:
May be offered for three credits without laboratory work or for four credits with laboratory work consisting of telescopic observation, laboratory demonstration and/or astronomy exercises. Students may not receive credit for both CGS AST 100 and 105. Prereq: High school algebra and geometry or cons. instr. NS; if 4 cr., also LS

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 5002
25260 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Holley, Thomas WASH 305 PDF


CGS Biology
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS BIO-101: Concepts of Biology (5 units; A ; NS+)

An introduction to the fundamental principles of living organisms. Includes cell and tissue structure, growth, basic physiological processes, reproduction and inheritance, classification, evolution and ecology. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously BIO 109. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
24918 8:35 AM-9:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Lee, Kevin WAUK S123  
Students must enroll in lecture and one lab.
NS+     LAB 3801
24920 10:00 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Lee, Kevin WAUK N040  
NS+     LAB 3802
24921 1:00 PM-2:50 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Lee, Kevin WAUK N040  
NS+   5 LEC 5401
25261 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Ekunsanmi, Toye WASH 245  
NS+     DIS 5601
26641 11:00 AM-11:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Ekunsanmi, Toye WASH 245  
NS+     LAB 5801
25262 1:00 PM-3:50 PM F 09/03-12/12 Ekunsanmi, Toye WASH 245  
NS+ (FEE) 5 LEC 7201
24722 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BIO-105: Greek and Latin Origins of Medical and Scientific Terminology (2 - 3 units; A )

The course is designed to acquaint students pursuing science and other majors with the origins of technical terms they are likely to encounter.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24725 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BIO-121: Foundations of Biological Sciences I (5 units; A ; NS+)

First semester of a two semester course designed for majors in biological sciences. Cell structure/function, cellular metabolism enzymes, respiration, photosynthesis, information flow DNA, RNA, protein, principles of genetics, and speciation and evolutionary theory.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
27036 8:35 AM-9:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Joneson, Suzanne WAUK N043  
NS+   5 LEC 3402
27037 8:35 AM-9:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Pauers, Michael WAUK N043  
NS+     LAB 3801
27039 10:00 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Joneson, Suzanne WAUK N043  
NS+     LAB 3802
27040 10:00 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Pauers, Michael WAUK N043  
NS+   5 LEC 5401
27038 9:00 AM-10:15 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Smith, Ashley WASH 201  
Students must enroll in the Lecture and one Lab.
NS+     LAB 5801
27041 9:00 AM-11:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Smith, Ashley WASH 243  
NS+     LAB 5802
27042 1:00 PM-3:50 PM W 09/03-12/12 Smith, Ashley WASH 243  

CGS BIO-141: Heredity (3 units; A ; NS)

Principles of heredity with applications to plant, animal and human inheritance; current advances in genetics and their bearing on the life sciences. Lecture and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously CGS BIO 160. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24726 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BIO-161: Survey of Botany (3 units; A ; NS+)

Structure, functions, life histories, taxonomy and evolution of representative plants throughout the plant kingdom. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously BOT 100. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   3 LEC 5401
25263 5:00 PM-6:50 PM T 09/03-12/12 Ekunsanmi, Toye WASH 245  
NS+     LAB 5801
27034 5:00 PM-6:50 PM R 09/03-12/12 Ekunsanmi, Toye WASH 245  

CGS BIO-180: Introduction to Human Biology (3 units; A ; NS)

Introduction to the development, nature, and processes of human adaptability. Lecture and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously ZOO 105. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 3001
26319 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Pauers, Michael WAUK N133  

CGS BIO-182: Human Anatomy and Physiology (3 units; A ; NS+)

Introduces the non-Biology majors to the study of how the human body is organized. Major organ systems of the human body and how its structure relates to function. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstration, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously PHS 170. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   3 LEC 3401
24927 9:10 AM-10:00 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lee, Kevin WAUK N030  
NS+     LAB 3801
24928 10:10 AM-11:00 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lee, Kevin WAUK N030  

CGS BIO-191: Environmental Science (3 - 4 units; A ; NS+)

Contemporary study of the natural world through the human perspective, including humans as a modifying force in the biophysical environment. Selected topics: ecological principles, pollution, population biology, and environmental management. This course meets the statutory requirement for Conservation of Natural Resources required for State certification for teachers of science and social sciences. Lecture, lab, and may include demonstrations, discussions, and field trips.

Notes:
Previously CGS BIO 108. A student may not earn credit for both CGS BIO 190 and CGS BIO 191. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+ (FEE) 3 - 4 LEC 7201
24728 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BIO-201: Principles of Ecology (4 units; A ; NS+)

Interrelationships between living organisms and their environment, ecosystems concepts, population dynamics, community organization and distribution, and application of ecological principles to humans and their environment. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously CGS BIO 250. Prereq: introductory CGS BIO course.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   4 LEC 3401
26318 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Schueller, Teresa WAUK N043  
NS+     LAB 3801
26322 2:30 PM-4:20 PM T 09/03-12/12 Schueller, Teresa WAUK N043  

CGS BIO-251: General Survey of Microbiology (4 - 5 units; A ; NS+)

Survey of micro-organisms and their activities; emphasis on structure, taxonomy, function, ecology, nutrition, physiology, pathology and genetics. Survey of applied microbiology: agricultural, medical, industrial, environmental and food. The laboratory is an introduction to standard techniques and procedures in general microbiology. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

Notes:
Previously BAC 201. CGS CHE 125 recommended. Prereq: CGS BIO 101, CGS BIO 121, CGS BIO 162, or CGS BIO 171 required, or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
24929 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Joneson, Suzanne WAUK N043  
NS+     LAB 3801
24930 2:30 PM-4:20 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Joneson, Suzanne WAUK N043  

CGS BIO-285: Anatomy and Physiology 1 (4 units; A ; NS+)

An examination of the structure and function of the human body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, and system levels of organization. The integration of these levels of organization within the human organism is emphasized.

Notes:
Previously PHS 202. Students with credit in CGS BIO 285 and CGS BIO 286 old courses: PHS 202 and PHS 203 may not receive Associate degree credit for CGS BIO 281 and CGS BIO 280 old courses: PHS 235 and ZOO 234. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. Prereq: CGS BIO 101, CGS BIO 109, CGS BIO 121, CGS BIO 162, CGS BIO 171, CGS BOT 130, CGS ZOO 101, or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   4 LEC 3401
24931 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  
NS+   4 LEC 3402
24932 6:00 PM-7:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  
NS+     LAB 3801
24933 10:50 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  
NS+     LAB 3802
24934 7:30 PM-8:30 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  
NS+   4 LEC 5401
25265 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Pech, Louis WASH 243  
NS+     LAB 5801
26642 1:00 PM-3:50 PM F 09/03-12/12 Smith, Ashley WASH 243  

CGS BIO-286: Anatomy and Physiology 2 (4 units; A ; NS+)

Examination of the structure/function of the human body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, and system levels. Integration of these levels of organization within the human organism. Second semester of a two-semester class.

Notes:
Previously PHS 203. Students with credit in CGS BIO 285 and CGS BIO 286 old courses: PHS 202 and PHS 203 may not receive Associate degree credit for CGS BIO 281 and CGS BIO 280 old courses: PHS 235 and ZOO 234. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. Prereq: CGS BIO 285 or CGS PHS 202.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   4 LEC 3401
24943 8:00 AM-8:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  
NS+     LAB 3801
24944 8:51 AM-9:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Becker, Jonathan WAUK N030  

CGS BIO-299: Reading and Research in Biology (1 units; A )

Supervised undergraduate reading and research in biological sciences. This course is designed to acquaint the undergraduate with the literature and research techniques used in biological investigation and to give practical experience in scientific problem-solving.

Notes:
Previously CGS BAC 299, CGS BOT 299, and CGS ZOO 299. Prereq: consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 IND 3001
24945 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  
    1 IND 5001
25266 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  


CGS Business
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS BUS-101: Introduction to Business (3 units; A )

Introduction to the role of business in the modern political, social and economic environments; describes career opportunities.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 3001
24947 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Barrett, William WAUK N055  
    3 LEC 3002
24948 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Barrett, William WAUK N140  
    3 LEC 5001
25267 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Gahala, Carl WASH 302  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24730 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-110: Personal Finance (3 units; A ; AP)

A study of personal financial management. Examines the financial problems and consequent financial decisions required of individuals in our economy. Subjects covered are applications in family budgeting, consumer buying decisions, borrowing, insurance, personal real estate, income taxation, investments, and estate planning.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24949 4:00 PM-5:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Barrett, William WAUK N140  
AP   3 LEC 5001
25268 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Gahala, Carl WASH 215  
AP   3 LEC 5002
25269 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Gahala, Carl WASH 209  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24732 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-194: Career & Life Planning (2 units; A ; AP)

This course will enable students to develop career goals and lay out a path for achieving these goals. Students will examine their personal interests, aptitudes, values, decision-making skills, academic plans, and career awareness. This personal, educational, and occupational information will then be organized and translated into an individualized course of action. Integration of career goals with current and future college course work will be stressed.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP (FEE) 2 LEC 7201
24735 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-201: Introductory Accounting (4 units; A ; AP)

Fundamental principles, terminology, techniques, and applications; books, accounts and financial statements for retailing and wholesaling concerns; treatment and presentation of proprietorship, partnership and corporate accounts.

Notes:
Prereq: Open to second semester freshmen or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   4 LEC 3001
24950 10:00 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Duffey, Ada WAUK F004  
AP   4 LEC 3002
24951 10:00 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Duffey, Ada WAUK F004  
AP   4 LEC 5001
25271 2:30 PM-4:10 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Gahala, Carl WASH 302  
AP (FEE) 4 LEC 7201
24736 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-202: Intermediate Accounting (4 units; A ; AP)

Accounting theory principles, concepts, and procedures and their applications as applied to balance sheet and income statement accounts, presentation and interpretation of financial statements; problems of terminology, valuation, and analysis are included.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS BUS 201.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   4 LEC 3001
24952 3:50 PM-5:40 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Duffey, Ada WAUK N127  

CGS BUS-204: Managerial Accounting (3 units; A ; AP)

Interpretation and application of accounting reports by management in planning, coordinating, and controlling business activities; presentation, analysis and interpretation of financial data; internal control and reports to management; cost-volume-profit relationships, budgets, costs, and managerial decision making.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS BUS 201.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24953 6:00 PM-7:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Duffey, Ada WAUK N127  

CGS BUS-210: Business Communication (3 units; A )

Study and practice of the techniques of achieving clarity, brevity and effectiveness in business communication. Planning, preparation, critiquing of business letters, memoranda, short and long reports, resumes, manuals of procedure, and oral reports.

Notes:
CGS BUS 210 and CGS ENG 210 are the same course; they count as repeats of each other. Prereq: CGS ENG 102 or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 3001
24954 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Phillips, Cassandra WAUK C164  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24739 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-230: Introduction to Management Information Systems (3 units; A ; AP)

An introductory course designed to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of management information systems and their concepts including the use of information systems for management decision-making and the impact of information systems on management. Topics may vary as technology changes but the students will learn the tools of productivity i.e. Excel such as electronic spreadsheet, data base, and graphics.

Notes:
Prereq: Second-semester freshman or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24955 6:00 PM-8:45 PM W 09/03-12/12 Belville, L WAUK N233  
AP   3 LEC 5001
25272 6:00 PM-8:30 PM M 09/03-12/12 Belville, L WASH 257  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24741 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-243: Economic and Business Statistics (3 units; A ; MS)

Elementary theory and business application of statistical techniques, probability and normal distribution, hypothesis testing, analysis and interpretation of economic and business data, index numbers, regression and time series analysis and Chi squares.

Notes:
CGS BUS 243 and CGS ECO 243 are the same course. Prereq: A grade of C or better in CGS MAT 105 or CGS MAT 108 or equivalent.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
MS   3 LEC 3001
24956 6:00 PM-8:45 PM T 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WAUK N056  
MS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24742 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS BUS-299: Independent Studies (1 - 3 units; A )

Notes:
Prereq: consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 IND 5001
27868 - 09/03-12/12 Gahala, Carl ROOM TBA  


CGS Chemistry
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS CHE-112: Foundations of Chemistry (2 units; A )

Designed to prepare students with limited science backgrounds for success in CGS CHE 125, the CGS CHE 145/ CGS CHE 155 sequence, or CGS CHE 165. Through lectures and discussions, this course emphasizes fundamental chemical concepts, chemical nomenclature and problem-solving skills.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 3001
26501 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Erickson, Jeremiah WAUK N055 PDF
    2 LEC 5001
26594 9:00 AM-9:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 O'Connell, Erin WASH 301  

CGS CHE-125: Introductory Chemistry (5 units; A ; NS)

General chemistry with an emphasis on organic chemistry. Designed for students in nursing and related fields.

Notes:
Students may not count both CGS CHE 125 and CGS CHE 145 toward the natural science or laboratory science requirement for the associate degree. Does not serve as a prerequisite for CGS CHE 155. Prereq: One year of high school chemistry, or CGS CHE 112(P), or another preparatory chemistry course and demonstrated competency at the CGS MAT 105 level.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
24957 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N133  
NS     DIS 3601
24960 9:35 AM-10:25 AM T 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N133  
NS     LAB 3801
24958 1:00 PM-3:50 PM R 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N232  
NS+   5 LEC 5401
25276 10:00 AM-11:40 AM MF 09/03-12/12 O'Connell, Erin WASH 228  
NS     LAB 5801
26596 1:00 PM-3:50 PM W 09/03-12/12 O'Connell, Erin WASH 232  

CGS CHE-145: General Chemistry I (5 units; A ; NS)

For students whose programs require a year of college chemistry or who plan to take advanced courses in chemistry.

Notes:
Students may not count both CHE 125 and CHE 145 toward the Natural Sciences or Laboratory Science degree designation requirement for the Associate of Arts and Science degree. Prereq: Demonstrated competency at MAT 105 level or concurrent MAT 105 enrollment or cons. instr. One year of recent high school chemistry, CHE 112, or another preparatory chemistry course is recommended, but not required.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
24962 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Owens, Phillip WAUK S123  
Students enrolling in this lecture must enroll in LAB 802K or 803K and Discussion 601K or 602K.
NS+   5 LEC 3402
24963 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWR 09/03-12/12 Owens, Phillip WAUK S123  
Students enrolling in this lecture will also be enrolled in LAB 801K and Discussion 603K.
NS     DIS 3601
24968 2:00 PM-2:50 PM F 09/03-12/12 Owens, Phillip WAUK S123  
NS     DIS 3602
24969 1:00 PM-1:50 PM F 09/03-12/12 Owens, Phillip WAUK S123  
NS     DIS 3603
24970 11:00 AM-11:50 AM R 09/03-12/12 Owens, Phillip WAUK S123  
NS     LAB 3801
24964 2:00 PM-4:50 PM M 09/03-12/12 Erickson, Jeremiah WAUK N232  
NS     LAB 3802
24965 9:00 AM-11:50 AM T 09/03-12/12 Erickson, Jeremiah WAUK N232  
NS     LAB 3803
24966 2:00 PM-4:50 PM T 09/03-12/12 Erickson, Jeremiah WAUK N232  
NS+   5 LEC 5401
25277 1:00 PM-2:40 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 228  
Students should enroll in lecture and one lab (801H or 802H).
NS     LAB 5801
26600 2:50 PM-5:40 PM M 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 230  
NS     LAB 5802
26601 2:50 PM-5:40 PM W 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 230  

CGS CHE-155: General Chemistry II (5 units; A ; NS)

The second semester of a one-year course in college chemistry. Consists of lectures, discussions, and laboratories.

Notes:
For students whose programs require a year of college chemistry or who plan to take further courses in chemistry. Prereq: A grade of C- or better in CGS CHE 145 and demonstrated competency at the CGS MAT 110 level or concurrent CGS MAT 110 enrollment or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
24972 6:00 PM-8:15 PM M 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N050  
NS     DIS 3601
24974 6:00 PM-7:15 PM W 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N050  
NS     LAB 3801
24973 7:20 PM-10:10 PM W 09/03-12/12 Olszewski, David WAUK N232  
NS (FEE) 5 LEC 7201
24800 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  
This class has an additional course fee of $82/credit.
NS     LAB 7801
24744 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  
This class has a face-to-face lab requirement, meeting two full weekends at UW-Whitewater at Rock County, Oct. 5-6, 2019 and Nov. 9-10, 2019. In case either of these weekends are cancelled due to weather, labs will be rescheduled for Dec. 7-8, 2019.

CGS CHE-203: Survey of Biochemistry (3 units; A ; NS)

A foundational course in the chemical makeup and metabolic processes of living organisms. Consists of lectures and may also include discussions and demonstrations.

Notes:
Together CGS CHE 125 and CGS CHE 203 constitute a year course with emphasis on organic and biological chemistry. A student may not earn more than four credits by taking CGS CHE 203/211 and CGS CHE 204, or CGS CHE 204 and CGS CHE 250. A student may not earn more than three credits by taking CGS CHE 203 and CGS CHE 250. Prereq: A grade of C- or better in CGS CHE 125 or C- or better in CGS CHE 145 with cons. instr. or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24745 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS CHE-299: Independent Study in Chemistry (1 - 3 units; A ; NS)

Independent study in Chemistry.

Notes:
Prereq: consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   1 - 3 IND 5001
25278 - 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 230  
NS   1 - 3 IND 5002
25279 - 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 230  
NS   1 - 3 IND 5003
25280 - 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 230  

CGS CHE-343: Organic Chemistry I (3 units; A ; NS)

The first semester of a year course in organic chemistry. Consists of lectures and may also include discussions and demonstrations.

Notes:
Prereq: a grade of C- or better in CGS CHE 155 or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 3075
24978 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WAUK C103  
SPECIAL DISTANCE EDUCATION FEE: $15 PER CREDIT.
Note: this is a point-to-point class generating from UWM @ Washington Co.
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 5001
25283 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Ayoub, Mohamed WASH 276  
Special Course Fee: $15.00
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24747 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS CHE-351: Organic Chemistry Laboratory Part I (1 units; A ; NS)

Three to four hours of laboratory per week. The first semester of a year course in organic chemistry laboratory.

Notes:
A student may not earn more than 2 credits by taking CGS CHE 351, CGS CHE 352 and CGS CHE 361. Prereq: CGS CHE 343 or concurrent enrollment.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   1 LAB 3801
24979 1:00 PM-4:50 PM W 09/03-12/12 Erickson, Jeremiah WAUK N240 PDF


CGS Computer Science
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS CPS-105: Computer Applications (1 - 3 units; A ; AP)

Principles and use of computer applications including word processors, spreadsheets, and data bases. May also cover other applications such as telecommunications, graphics, statistics, simulations, or CAI. Does not include teaching of programming.

Notes:
Students may not receive credit for both CPS 105 and any of CPS 106, CPS 107, CPS 108. Course may not be taken more than once for degree credit. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24980 7:45 AM-9:00 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Thorson, Jeffrey WAUK C162  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24748 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS CPS-130: Introduction to Programming BASIC (1 - 2 units; A )

The basics of programming in BASIC for beginners. Introductory information on editing, program structure, data types, input, output, calculating, looping and selection. Short programs will be written and tested on a computer.

Notes:
Students may not receive credit for both CGS CPS 130 and CGS CPS 110. Prereq: CGS MAT 105 or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 3001
24981 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 10/07-12/12 Thorson, Jeffrey WAUK C162  
10-week class. Class meets Oct. 7 - Dec. 12.

CGS CPS-139: Web Page Development (2 units; A ; AP)

Development of web pages using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. Introduction to XML documents and XHTML standards. This course involves extensive hands-on experience.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   2 LEC 3001
24982 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 10/07-12/12 Thorson, Jeffrey WAUK C162  
10-week class. Class meets Oct. 7 - Dec. 12.
AP   2 LEC 5001
27289 1:00 PM-3:30 PM W 09/03-12/12 Kurek, Kevin WASH 257  

CGS CPS-245: Computer Science I: Object-Oriented Programming (4 units; A ; MS)

Introduces the fundamental concepts of programming from an object-oriented perspective. Topics include simple data types, control structures, an introduction to array and string data structures and algorithms, text and binary files, as well as the social implications of computing. The course emphasizes developing fundamental programming skills in the context of a language that supports the object-oriented paradigm.

Notes:
Prereq: MAT 110 or concurrent enrollment or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
MS   4 LAB 3401
24983 1:00 PM-2:40 PM F 09/03-12/12 Thorson, Jeffrey WAUK C162  
MS         1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW        


CGS Communication Arts & Theatre
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS CTA-101: Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 units; A ; AP)

Introduction to communication theory. Topics studied include perception, listening, nonverbal communication, language, and conflict management.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24987 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Mitchell Moore, Ann WAUK S110 Word
AP   3 LEC 3002
24988 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Mitchell Moore, Ann WAUK S110 Word
AP   3 LEC 3003
24989 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Bergquist, Cami WAUK S110  

CGS CTA-103: Introduction to Public Speaking (3 units; A ; AP)

Study of the principles and techniques of effective speaking and listening in a variety of selected communication experiences.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
24990 10:35 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Liss, Barry WAUK S112  
AP   3 LEC 3002
24991 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Liss, Barry WAUK S112  
AP   3 LEC 3003
24992 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Bergquist, Cami WAUK S112  
AP   3 LEC 3004
24993 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Bergquist, Cami WAUK S112  
AP   3 LEC 3005
24994 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Mitchell Moore, Ann WAUK S112 Word
AP   3 LEC 3006
24995 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Mitchell Moore, Ann WAUK S112 Word
AP   3 LEC 5001
25285 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Sheaffer, Adam WASH 246  
AP   3 LEC 5002
25286 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Sheaffer, Adam WASH 246  
AP   3 LEC 5003
25287 10:30 AM-11:45 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Yogerst, Christopher WASH 311  
AP   3 LEC 5004
25288 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Yogerst, Christopher WASH 323  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24749 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7202
24750 - 10/07-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS CTA-130: Introduction to Theatre (3 units; A ; A)

A study of the development of theatre as an art form. Emphasis is on the role of the audience and the understanding and appreciation of the nature of theatre, important plays, dramatic styles, and elements of a theatrical production.

Notes:
Prereq: none

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
25853 9:10 AM-10:25 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Decker, Steven WAUK S051 PDF

CGS CTA-131: Theatre Laboratory (1 units; A ; AP)

Participation in theatrical production activities including directing, stage management, technical production, lighting, stage design, costuming, make-up, acting, and theatre management.

Notes:
It is possible to register in more than one section with cons. instr. Section 1: Acting; Section 2: Technical Production; Section 3: Theatre Management.|Prereq: none

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 3001
24996 6:30 PM-9:30 PM MTR 09/03-11/09 Decker, Steven WAUK S051  
The Moors is Victorian era gothic romance with some absurdist modern twists. Roles for 5W, 1M. Interested actors must audition and be cast prior to enrolling in section 1. Technical Production crew or Management sections (2 and 3) are open enrollment. Auditions: on September 3 or 4 with available roles for 6 students. Actors will read from the script. Performances: November 7, 8 and 9. Please contact director Steve Decker (deckersj@uwm.edu) to arrange an audition, read a script or with other questions.
AP   1 LEC 3002
24997 6:00 PM-9:00 PM W 09/03-11/09 Decker, Steven WAUK S051  
The Moors is Victorian era gothic romance with some absurdist modern twists. Roles for 5W, 1M. Interested actors must audition and be cast prior to enrolling in section 1. Technical Production crew or Management sections (2 and 3) are open enrollment. Auditions: on September 3 or 4 with available roles for 6 students. Actors will read from the script. Performances: November 7, 8 and 9. Please contact director Steve Decker (deckersj@uwm.edu) to arrange an audition, read a script or with other questions.
AP   1 LEC 3003
24998 - 09/03-11/09 Decker, Steven WAUK S051  
The Moors is Victorian era gothic romance with some absurdist modern twists. Roles for 5W, 1M. Interested actors must audition and be cast prior to enrolling in section 1. Technical Production crew or Management sections (2 and 3) are open enrollment. Auditions: on September 3 or 4 with available roles for 6 students. Actors will read from the script. Performances: November 7, 8 and 9. Please contact director Steve Decker (deckersj@uwm.edu) to arrange an audition, read a script or with other questions.

CGS CTA-150: Introduction to Film (3 units; A ; A)

Study of the history and development of film as a distinctive medium of communication, an art form and an industry. Students will be introduced to a wide range of theoretical perspectives that have been applied to film in academic settings: these will include but are not limited to such concepts as narrative, genre, 'mise en scene', and star image.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
24999 5:00 PM-7:30 PM T 09/03-12/12 Liss, Barry WAUK N055  

CGS CTA-201: Introduction to Mass Communication (3 units; A ; SS)

A survey course examining print, electronic and persuasive media from a historical and theoretical perspective. Media discussed include newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, public relations, advertising and the Internet.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 5001
25289 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Yogerst, Christopher WASH 305  

CGS CTA-210: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3 units; A ; CD,SS)

An overview of how people communicate with people from other cultures. Communication behavior both verbal and nonverbal will be examined to determine their role in other cultures. Students will learn to communicate more competently with people from other cultures and ethnic groups.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 3001
25000 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Liss, Barry WAUK S110  

CGS CTA-218: Popular Culture in the Media (3 units; A ; HU)

An introduction to the analysis and interpretation of Popular Culture as an academic discipline. The class will examine forms of advertisement and entertainment including print and TV ads, films, television, music, and music videos.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
HU   3 LEC 3001
25001 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Bergquist, Cami WAUK S110  
HU,IS   3 LEC 5001
27031 4:00 PM-6:30 PM R 09/03-12/12 Peterson, Mark WASH 305  
HU,IS           R   Yogerst, Christopher    
PHI 253 and CTA 218 are the same course and are cross-listed.
HU (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24755 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS CTA-294: Internship in Communication and Theatre Arts (1 - 3 units; A ; AP)

The Internship Programs course will provide students with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills learned in Communication and Theatre Arts courses to professional and/or community-based situations at off-campus institutions. Students will prepare for the field work opportunity with appropriate texts provided by the faculty supervisor and schedule regular meetings with the faculty supervisor to evaluate progress. A detailed work journal and final paper reflecting on the academic relevance of the fieldwork are required. At the end of the semester, the professor will evaluate the student's experience based on the work journal and final paper and assign a letter grade in consultation with the organization supervisor.

Notes:
Prereq: A minimum of 12 completed course credits and at least 2.5 GPA at date of enrollment.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 - 3 IND 3001
25004 - 09/03-12/12   ROOM TBA  

CGS CTA-298: Topics in Speech and Dramatic Arts (1 - 3 units; A )

The nature and subject of this course will be announced in the course schedule.

Notes:
Prereq: May be determined by instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 3101
27675 6:00 PM-10:00 PM W 09/03-12/12 Decker, Steven OFF CAMPUS PDF
A special course fee of $135 will be charged in addition to tuition to cover theater admission.
Students must transport themselves to approx. 10 professional live performances on Wed. evenings in/around the Milw. area. Students may choose to attend the face-to-face class meetings at the UWM campus (Mitchell Hall 195), or will need a reliable internet connection in order to participate in face-to-face class meetings via Zoom technology.


CGS Economics
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS ECO-101: Intro to Economics (3 units; A ; SS)

A study of economic systems and their interdependence in the global economy, with emphasis on problems and policies. Among the subjects included are competitive and non-competitive markets, gross domestic product determination and policy, the U.S. financial system, and global trade.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 3001
25005 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Wang, Yongqing WAUK N127  
SS   3 LEC 5001
25291 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Gomes, Lawrence WASH 271  

CGS ECO-203: Economics - Macro (3 units; A ; SS)

Macro analysis, including national income, commercial banking, business fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth. Designed for students who desire a basic one-year course with CGS ECO 204 in economics.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS MAT 105 and CGS ENG 101 or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 3001
25007 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WAUK N056  
SS   3 LEC 3002
27288 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Wang, Yongqing WAUK N056  
SS   3 LEC 5001
25292 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Gomes, Lawrence WASH 271  
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24757 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ECO-204: Economics - Micro (3 units; A ; SS)

Emphasizes the micro economic approach concerning households, firms, and market structures with a focus on price determination and distribution of income. Foreign trade and international financial institutions are included.

Notes:
Prereq: none. CGS MAT 105 and CGS ENG 101 or cons. instr. recommended.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 3002
25009 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WAUK N056  
SS   3 LEC 3003
25010 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WAUK N056  
SS   3 LEC 5001
25293 5:30 PM-8:15 PM R 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WASH 271  
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24759 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ECO-243: Economic and Business Statistics (3 units; A ; MS)

Elementary theory and business application of statistical techniques, probability and normal distribution, hypothesis testing, analysis and interpretation of economic and business data, index numbers, regression and time series analysis and Chi squares.

Notes:
CGS BUS 243 and CGS ECO 243 are the same course. Prereq: A grade of C or better in CGS MAT 105 or CGS MAT 108 or equivalent.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
MS   3 LEC 3001
25011 6:00 PM-8:45 PM T 09/03-12/12 Essuman, Joe WAUK N056  
MS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24760 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS Education
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS EDU-201: Concepts, Issues, and Field Experience in Education (3 units; A ; AP)

Classroom discussion two hours per week of educational principles, concepts, and issues related to student-teacher-school-community interactions, including developmental aspects, sociocultural influences, and human relations. Off-campus experience involving active participation in the program at an educational institution four hours per week of off-campus experience will usually be required, but number may vary with current DPI and 4-year campus requirements.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS PSY 201 or CGS PSY 202 with a grade of C- or better, or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 5001
25294 3:00 PM-4:40 PM T 09/03-12/12 Wessel-Blaski, Tricia WASH 215  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24761 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS EDU-230: Educational Psychology (3 - 4 units; A ; SS)

Developmental process in children in the context of psychological principles of teaching and learning. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of children and adolescents.

Notes:
Prereq: a grade of C- or better in one of the following: CGS PSY 201(P), CGS PSY 202(P), or CGS EDU 201(P); or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 3001
25714 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Wessel-Blaski, Tricia WAUK C103  
SS   3 LEC 5001
27451 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Wessel-Blaski, Tricia WASH 285  
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24762 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS EDU-300: The Exceptional Individual (3 units; A ; SS)

The Exceptional Individual: The purpose of this course is to educate and prepare students to understand and work with individuals with disabilities within schools by providing accurate information about disabilities and current best practices in education. Emphasis will be placed on understanding historical, legal, and philosophical frameworks; defining categories of disability; describing legal and ethical perspectives; how issues of accessibility in educational and social arenas affect people with disabilities; learning the role disability plays in the lives of families; becoming familiar with label criteria for disabilities; and the examination of how the referral/placement processes can either discriminate against marginalized populations or facilitate inclusion.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS PSY 201 or CGS PSY 202 with a grade of C- or better or cons. instr.; CGS EDU 201 and either CGS PSY 250 or CGS PSY 360 recommended.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24763 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS Engineering
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS EGR-105: Engineering Fundamentals (3 units; A ; AP,IS)

This course is designed to equip engineering students with the necessary tools and background information to prepare them to be successful engineering students as well as a successful practicing engineer. Topics covered in this course include project management, team work, technical writing, working with data and using spreadsheets, creating presentations, engineering design, and a thorough understanding of the engineering profession. A student may not receive credit for CGS EGR 100 or CGS EGR 102 or CGS EGR 103 and CGS EGR 105.

Notes:
Prereq: CGS MAT 105 or concurrent enrollment.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP,IS   3 LEC 3001
25012 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Rodriguez, Luis WAUK N233  
AP,IS           MWF   Thorson, Jeffrey    
AP,IS   3 LEC 3002
25013 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Rodriguez, Luis WAUK N233  
AP,IS           MWF   Thorson, Jeffrey    
AP,IS   3 LEC 5001
25295 4:30 PM-5:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Keifenheim, Jeremy WASH 215  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24764 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS EGR-110: Engineering Graphics with Computer Aided Drafting (3 units; A ; AP)

Graphical communication, descriptive geometry elements, visualization, engineering drawing techniques, orthographic projection, pictorial representation, auxiliary views, section views, and basic dimensioning. The course incorporates computer aided drafting CAD with engineering applications using 2-D drawing and 3-D modeling techniques.

Notes:
Previously CGS GRA 110. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
25014 1:00 PM-3:00 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Rodriguez, Luis WAUK N233  
AP   3 LEC 5001
27049 1:00 PM-3:00 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Campbell, Guy WASH 257  

CGS EGR-111: Solid Modeling and Design (1 units; A ; AP)

This project-based course introduces students to reverse engineering and three-dimensional design using industry standard solid modeling software SolidWorks. The course assumes some previous knowledge of solid modeling, such as would typically be gained in an introductory engineering graphics and computer aided drafting course. This course will include one or more reverse engineering projects that will require the students application of engineering problem skills.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP (FEE) 1 LEC 7201
24766 - 11/11-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS EGR-201: Statics (3 units; A ; NS)

Principles of mechanics, force systems, equilibrium, structures, distributed forces, moments of inertia of areas, and friction. The course will serve the requirements of the several engineering curricula.

Notes:
Previously MEC 201. Prereq: C or better in CGS MAT 221 or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 3001
25015 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Rodriguez, Luis WAUK N233  
NS   3 LEC 5001
25296 9:30 AM-10:45 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Cease, Julie WASH 257  

CGS EGR-202: Dynamics (3 units; A ; NS)

Kinematics, force-mass-acceleration relations, work and energy, impulse and momentum, and moments of inertia of mass. This course will serve the requirements of the several engineering curricula.

Notes:
Previously MEC 202. Prereq: C- or better in CGS EGR 201 and C or better in CGS MAT 222; or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24768 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS English
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS ENG-98: Introduction to College Writing (0 units; A )

A composition course focusing on the conventions of academic writing, the composing process, critical thinking, and critical reading. Emphasis will be on reading and writing activities designed to prepare students for successful transition to college-level writing.

Notes:
Fee for 3 cr assessed; credits count toward credit load for Financial Aid and enrollment verification only. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    0 LEC 3002
25018 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N220  
    0 LEC 3003
25019 7:45 AM-9:00 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Jack WAUK N025  
    0 LEC 3004
25020 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Jack WAUK N025  
    0 LEC 3005
25021 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Phillips, Cassandra WAUK N025  
    0 LEC 5001
25300 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH 323  
    0 LEC 5002
25301 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH 323  
  (FEE) 0 LEC 7201
24770 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-99: Writing Studio (0 units; A )

A small group and individualized instruction course that helps students develop college-level writing and critical reading skills. Emphasizes writing process strategies. Taken concurrently with a composition course or another writing-intensive class.

Notes:
Fee for 1 cr assessed; credits count toward credit load for Financial Aid and enrollment verification only. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    0 LEC 3001
25022 8:00 AM-8:50 AM M 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3002
25023 9:00 AM-9:50 AM M 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3003
25024 10:00 AM-10:50 AM M 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3004
25025 11:00 AM-11:50 AM M 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3005
25026 8:00 AM-8:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3006
25027 9:00 AM-9:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3007
25028 10:00 AM-10:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3008
25029 11:00 AM-11:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3009
25030 8:00 AM-8:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3010
25031 9:00 AM-9:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3011
25032 10:00 AM-10:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3012
25033 11:00 AM-11:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3013
25034 1:00 PM-1:50 PM T 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3014
25035 9:00 AM-9:50 AM T 09/03-12/12 Hansen, Kerry WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3015
25036 10:00 AM-10:50 AM T 09/03-12/12 Hansen, Kerry WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3016
25037 11:00 AM-11:50 AM T 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3017
25038 1:00 PM-1:50 PM R 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3018
25039 9:00 AM-9:50 AM R 09/03-12/12 Hansen, Kerry WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3019
25040 10:00 AM-10:50 AM R 09/03-12/12 Hansen, Kerry WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3020
25041 11:00 AM-11:50 AM R 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3021
25042 2:30 PM-3:20 PM M 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3022
25043 2:30 PM-3:20 PM T 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Jack WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3023
25044 2:30 PM-3:20 PM W 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Gillian WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 3024
25045 2:30 PM-3:20 PM R 09/03-12/12 Van Treese, Jack WAUK N069  
    0 LEC 5001
25302 11:00 AM-11:50 AM M 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5002
25303 1:00 PM-1:50 PM M 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5003
25304 11:00 AM-11:50 AM W 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5004
25305 1:00 PM-1:50 PM W 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5005
25306 11:00 AM-11:50 AM F 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5006
25307 1:00 PM-1:50 PM F 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5007
25308 9:00 AM-9:50 AM T 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5008
25309 9:00 AM-9:50 AM R 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan WASH L285  
    0 LEC 5009
27804 10:00 AM-10:50 AM M 09/09-12/12 Barger, Rachel WASH L285  

CGS ENG-101: College Writing and Critical Reading (3 units; A )

A composition course focusing on academic writing, the writing process, and critical reading. Emphasis will be on essays that incorporate readings.

Notes:
Prereq: A grade of C or better in a basic writing course CGS ENG 97, CGS ENG 98, or CGS LEA 106 when taken as a three-credit course or exemption through a sufficiently high placement assessment.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 3001
25049 8:00 AM-8:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3002
25050 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Lochen, Andrea WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3003
25051 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Lochen, Andrea WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3004
25052 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3005
25053 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3006
25054 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Chopra, Bindiya WAUK C164  
    3 LEC 3007
25055 7:45 AM-9:00 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Blemberg, Derek WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3008
25056 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Heinert, Jennifer WAUK C164  
    3 LEC 3009
25057 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Blemberg, Derek WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3011
25901 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Blemberg, Derek WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3012
25902 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3014
25904 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 5001
25314 9:00 AM-10:15 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Barger, Rachel WASH 323  
    3 LEC 5002
25315 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Barger, Rachel WASH 323  
    3 LEC 5003
25316 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David WASH 323  
    3 LEC 5004
25317 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David WASH 323  
    3 LEC 5005
25318 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David WASH 322  
    3 LEC 5006
25319 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Barger, Rachel WASH 301  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24772 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-102: Critical Writing, Reading, and Research (3 units; A )

A composition course focusing on researched academic writing that presents information, ideas, and arguments. Emphasis will be on the writing process, critical thinking, and critical reading.

Notes:
Prereq: A grade of C or better in CGS ENG 101 or exemption from CGS ENG 101 through a sufficiently high placement assessment; and a grade of C or better in CGS LEA 101 or exemption from CGS LEA 101 through a sufficiently high placement assessment.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 3002
25905 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3003
25065 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK C164  
    3 LEC 3004
25066 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Freese, Genevieve WAUK N220  
    3 LEC 3005
25067 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Moore, Kelli WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3007
25069 9:10 AM-10:25 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lem, Ellyn WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3008
25070 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Heinert, Jennifer WAUK N029  
    3 LEC 3009
25071 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Lem, Ellyn WAUK C164  
    3 LEC 3010
25072 2:30 PM-3:45 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Blemberg, Derek WAUK N025  
    3 LEC 5001
25320 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David WASH 302  
    3 LEC 5002
25321 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Malcuit, William WASH 302  
    3 LEC 5003
25322 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Malcuit, William WASH 311  
    3 LEC 5004
25323 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David WASH 322  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24778 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-201: Intermediate Composition (3 units; A ; AP)

A composition course that builds on learning from first-year college writing to help students develop more advanced reading, writing, and research strategies and skills. Introduces students to key concepts in the field of writing studies and their application to the writing process. Emphasizes independent inquiry, critical reading, and rhetorical adaptability.

Notes:
Prereq: Completion of ENG 102 with a grade of C or higher, completion of the first-year writing requirement at a UW System institution, or successful completion of the ENG 102 exemption process.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24786 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-203: Creative Writing I (3 units; A ; A)

Chiefly devoted to writing and studying one or more of the following: fiction, poetry and drama.

Notes:
Prereq: Exemption from ENG 101 through a sufficiently high placement assessment, or completion of ENG 101, or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
25074 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N027  
Poetry Writing
A   3 LEC 3002
25075 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Lochen, Andrea WAUK N029  
Fiction Writing
A (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24787 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-204: Creative Writing II (3 units; A ; A)

Chiefly devoted to writing and studying one or more of the following: fiction, poetry and drama. A continuation of ENG 203.

Notes:
Prereq: ENG 102 and ENG 203, or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A   3 LEC 3001
25076 2:30 PM-3:45 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N027  
A   3 LEC 3002
25077 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Lochen, Andrea WAUK N029  

CGS ENG-205: Literary Magazines (1 - 3 units; A ; AP)

A study of contemporary literary magazines, including national and student publications produced in print and online, resulting in students collaborating to produce their own literary publications.

Notes:
May be taken for credit more than once. Prereq: CGS ENG 101 or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 3001
25078 12:00 PM-12:50 PM M 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew WAUK N129  

CGS ENG-210: Business Communication (3 units; A )

Study and practice of the techniques of achieving clarity, brevity and effectiveness in business communication. Planning, preparation, critiquing of business letters, memoranda, short and long reports, resumes, manuals of procedure, and oral reports.

Notes:
CGS BUS 210 and CGS ENG 210 are the same course; they count as repeats of each other. Prereq: CGS ENG 102 or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 3001
25079 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Phillips, Cassandra WAUK C164  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24788 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-250: Introduction to Literary Studies (3 units; A ; HU)

An introduction to the discipline of literary studies through its fundamental approaches to reading, interpreting, and writing about a variety of texts, ranging from the classic to the contemporary with the goal of understanding, appreciating, and enjoying literature.

Notes:
Prereq: Exemption from CGS ENG 098 based on placement test score or completion of CGS ENG 098 or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
HU   3 LEC 3001
25950 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Lem, Ellyn WAUK N050  

CGS ENG-278: Multicultural Literature in America (ES) (3 units; A ; CD,HU)

A study of ethnic literatures in America, chiefly African American, Asian American, Native American, and/or Latino, though not necessarily limited to these groups. May be taken for credit more than once if content changes.

Notes:
Prereq: Exemption from CGS ENG 101 based on placement test score or CGS ENG 101 or cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,HU   3 LEC 5001
25325 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Malcuit, William WASH 311  
CD,HU (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24791 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS ENG-290: Special Topics (1 - 3 units; A )

Designed to cover topics which cannot be accommodated in usual course format or by other courses. Topics, which will be specified in the campus schedule, could include the study of a literary subgenre, the literature surrounding a specific historical event, or the construction of a campus newspaper or literary magazine. May be taken for credit more than once if content changes.

Notes:
Prereq: Exemption from CGS ENG 101 through a sufficiently high placement assessment, or completion of CGS ENG 101, or cons. instr.*

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 - 3 LEC 5001
25327 - 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David ROOM TBA  
    1 - 3 LEC 5002
25328 - 09/03-12/12 Ostrenga, David ROOM TBA  

CGS ENG-291: Writing Tutor Seminar (1 - 3 units; A ; AP)

An introduction to composition theory and practice with an emphasis on writing center studies and peer tutoring. Taken prior to or concurrently with college peer tutoring work, an experience tutoring writers in other settings, or a related writing studies internship.

Notes:
Prereq: Completion of CGS ENG 102 with a grade of B or higher; or successful completion of the core writing requirement exemption process; or completion of CGS ENG 102 with a grade of C or higher and cons. instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 3001
25083 12:00 PM-12:50 PM T 09/03-12/12 Pagliaroni, Sara WAUK W124  
Peer Tutoring - Students will meet in the Academic Success Center in Westview.
AP   1 LEC 5001
25330 - 09/03-12/12 Muthupandiyan, Megan ROOM TBA  

CGS ENG-299: Independent Study (1 - 3 units; A )

Individual student program must be approved by the English Department chair. May be taken for credit more than once if content changes.

Notes:
Prereq: consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 - 3 IND 3001
25084 - 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew ROOM TBA  
    1 - 3 IND 3002
25085 - 09/03-12/12 Blanchard, Drew ROOM TBA  


CGS Geography
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
Courses - Expand Subject


CGS GEO-101: Introduction to Cultural Geography (3 units; A ; SS)

A survey of world patterns of culture, such as population, language, religion, urban and rural settlement, and their causal relationships, emphasizing the global diversity of world cultures, contrasting world views and the issues thus raised.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24794 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS GEO-102: Roots and Diversity (ES) (3 units; A ; CD,SS)

The geography of American ethnic minority groups. An introduction to ethnic geography that examines the experience of people of African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native heritage in the United States and Canada. These ethnic minorities are studied using the major themes of cultural geography such as spatial distribution, migration patterns and locational patterns.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 5001
25333 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Rankin, Seth WASH 246  

CGS GEO-123: Physical Geography: Weather and Climate (4 - 5 units; A ; NS)

Study of earth's atmospheric elements in both the short term weather events and long term climate and climate change. Two or four hours of lab per week depending on the credit. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
May not be taken for credit by students who have completed CGS GEO 120 or CGS GEO 125. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   5 LEC 3401
25089 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Sanborn, Robert WAUK N140  
NS     LAB 3801
25090 10:00 AM-11:50 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Sanborn, Robert WAUK N140  
NS+   5 LEC 5401
25334 8:00 AM-9:15 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Sanborn, Robert WASH 201  
NS     LAB 5801
26770 9:30 AM-11:20 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Sanborn, Robert WASH 247  

CGS GEO-170: Disasters-Living on the Edge (3 - 4 units; A ; NS)

Study of various environmental hazards, their causes, impacts on humans, and mitigations.

Notes:
CGS GEO 170 and CGS GLG 170 are jointly offered and count as repeats of one another. NS if 3 credits; NS & LS if 4 credits. LS will include lab work. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 5001
27046 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Price, Alan WASH 201  
  (FEE) 4 LEC 7201
24795 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS Geology
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS GLG-100: Introduction to Geology (3 units; A ; NS)

A brief study of minerals, rocks, fossils, geologic maps, and the processes creating and modifying the surface and subsurface features of earth. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
May not be taken for credit by students who have had CGS GLG 101. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 3001
25093 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  

CGS GLG-101: Physical Geology (4 - 5 units; A ; NS)

Study of the physical nature of Earth: the processes in operation above, on and beneath the surface that continue to shape its physical evolution e.g. volcanism, plate tectonics, faulting and earthquakes, glaciation, rivers; the origin and nature of common minerals and rocks and their distribution in the world; landscapes and their origins e.g. mountain ranges, glacial forms, river valleys, etc.. Lab work includes the study of rocks and minerals, the interpretation of geological and topographic maps and aerial photographs, along with data, map and chart analysis. Two or four hours of lab per week depending on the credit. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
May not be taken for credit by students who have had CGS GLG 100. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   4 LEC 3401
25094 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  
NS+   4 LEC 3402
25095 2:25 PM-3:40 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  
NS     LAB 3801
25096 1:00 PM-2:50 PM W 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  
NS     LAB 3802
25097 4:00 PM-5:50 PM R 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  

CGS GLG-102: Historical Geology (4 - 5 units; A ; NS)

Study of the history of the Earth, beginning with its place in the solar system. An introduction to common rocks and minerals, to geological principles and reasoning, and to concepts of geologic time. Study of how the physical geography of Earth has changed through time and how the changes in the rock record tell of seas, mountain ranges, deserts, and ice ages through geologic time. Study of the fossil record and how life on Earth has changed to cope with the varying physical environments of Earth. Two or four hours of lab per week depending on the credit. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS+   4 LEC 3401
25098 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  
NS     LAB 3801
25099 1:00 PM-2:50 PM M 09/03-12/12 Bendixen, Quintin WAUK N130  

CGS GLG-135: Introduction to Environmental Geology (3 units; A ; NS)

The physical environment and our interaction with it. Emphasis on Earth processes affecting humans, such as flooding, erosion, groundwater, landslides, and earthquakes. The impact of humans upon the environment along with the application of the science of geology to these impacts. Field trips may be required.

Notes:
May not be taken for credit by students who have had GLG 169. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 3001
25100 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Sanborn, Robert WAUK N140  
NS   3 LEC 5001
26772 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Price, Alan WASH 201  

CGS GLG-170: Disasters-Living on the Edge (3 - 4 units; A ; NS)

Study of various environmental hazards, their causes, impacts on humans, and mitigations.

Notes:
CGS GEO 170 and CGS GLG 170 are jointly offered and count as repeats of one another. NS if 3 credits; NS & LS if 4 credits. LS will include lab work. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 5001
27047 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Price, Alan WASH 201  
NS,NS+ (FEE) 4 LEC 7201
24801 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS GSW-101: Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (IS) (3 units; A ; IS,SS)

An introduction to the major issues addressed by women's and gender studies with an emphasis on interdisciplinary social science theories and methodologies involved in gaining accurate knowledge about women's lives and contributions to society, both within the United States and around the world. Perspectives, texts, and methodologies from across the social science disciplines ranging from history, economics, sociology, political science, public health, criminal justice, psychology, and others will be used to understand the experience of women and the cultural construction of gender.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
IS,SS   3 LEC 3001
27052 1:00 PM-2:15 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Zanichkowsky, Elizabeth WAUK N129  
IS,SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24806 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS GSW-202: Feminist Philosophy (3 units; A ; HU)

An introduction to feminist philosophies through a study and critique of traditional and feminist views about women, their lives, society, and knowledge, with particular attention to theories of women's oppression.

Notes:
CGS PHI 202 and CGS GSW 202 are the same course. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
HU (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24808 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS GSW-203: Women in Popular Culture (3 units; A ; CD,HU)

In this course, we will examine ways gender has been portrayed and are currently portrayed in the media, in television and movies, popular music, internet, print sources like magazines, popular fiction, and newspapers, and other cultural artifacts. With readings ranging from critical theory to popular fiction, we will speculate on the impact of and source for popular portrayals of women in particular and the social construction of gender, race, and other social categories. The course will also encourage students to question agency in the creation and consumption of mass culture. Issues of race, class, sexual orientation, age, and physical ability will be important as we explore and critically examine the forms and functions of popular culture.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,HU   3 LEC 3001
27053 1:00 PM-2:15 PM TR 09/03-12/12 Zanichkowsky, Elizabeth WAUK N129  

CGS GSW-204: Introduction to Masculinities (3 units; A ; CD,HU)

Central concepts of masculinity work within history, politics, literature, technology, art, music, philosophy, education, and psychology. Students will work towards a deep understanding of the intersectional dynamics of race, gender, class, and other aspects of identity as they relate to the construction of various masculinities.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,HU   3 LEC 3001
27100 9:00 AM-10:15 AM MW 09/03-12/12 Malcuit, William WASH 302  

CGS GSW-210: Women's Health & Sexuality in Society (3 units; A ; CD,SS)

This course will offer basic facts about the structure and functioning of the female body; issues in women's health and sexuality will be approached interdisciplinarily and will include physical, mental, emotional, and social health and wellness topics and will be framed by discussions of race, class, and other cultural identities. Cultural, social, economic and political contexts will be explored.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24809 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  


CGS Health and Exercise Science
Please note: CGS courses are restricted to Associate student enrollment.
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CGS HES-15: Lifetime Activity: Tai Chi (1 units; A ; AP)

Lifetime activity courses are designed to provide a foundation for a healthy, physically active lifestyle. This course will teach and develop the basic fundamentals and movements of tai chi.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 5001
25339 2:00 PM-2:50 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Peterson, Mark WASH 141  

CGS HES-19: Lifetime Activity: Weight Training (1 units; A ; AP)

Lifetime activity courses are designed to provide a foundation for a healthy, physically active lifestyle. This course will teach basic concepts of weight training, focusing on muscular strength, endurance, or general fitness.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 3371
27211 1:00 PM-1:50 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Hervert, John WAUK F008  

CGS HES-37: Lifetime Activity: Martial Arts (1 units; A ; AP)

Lifetime activity courses are designed to provide a foundation for a healthy, physically active lifestyle. This course will teach and develop the basic movements and techniques involved in self-defense.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 5001
25340 6:00 PM-7:40 PM M 09/03-12/12 Sanfilippo, Jon WASH 141  

CGS HES-62: Intermediate Tai Chi (1 units; A ; AP)

Notes:
Prereq: Successful completion of CGS PED 015 Introduction to Tai Chi, or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 5001
27048 2:00 PM-2:50 PM MW 09/03-12/12 Peterson, Mark WASH 141  

CGS HES-127: Fitness for Life (3 units; A ; AP)

A contemporary examination of the effects of lifestyle, wellness, and health promotion on the individual. Instruction in procedures for self-evaluation as well as individualization of exercise prescription for the development of fitness.

Notes:
Participation in a planned program of aerobic activity and resistance training is required. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   3 LEC 3001
25105 11:00 AM-11:50 AM MWF 09/03-12/12 Hervert, John WAUK F008  
AP   3 LEC 3002
26349 10:35 AM-11:50 AM TR 09/03-12/12 Hervert, John WAUK F008  
AP (FEE) 3 LEC 7201
24811 - 09/03-12/12   ONLINE WEB  

CGS HES-190: Intercollegiate Athletics - Golf (1 units; A ; AP)

Designed for students who participate in intercollegiate athletics, to develop skills and behaviors related to game strategies, sportsmanship, leadership, and team-building. Active membership on the intercollegiate team through the end of the season/semester is required.

Notes:
Note: A student may take only one intercollegiate activity course per semester. Repeatable to 2 credits max. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
AP   1 LEC 3001
25106 - 09/03-10/19 Pech, Louis ROOM TBA  
AP