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Anthropology
Chair: Erica Bornstein SAB 390 229-4175 elbornst@uwm.edu

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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ANTHRO-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Comparative study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through popular culture with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native-American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
51075 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Liebeseller, Laya BOL B40  

ANTHRO-721: Administration and Organization of Museums (3 units; G )

Administration and organizational problems in modern museums; finances and budgets; legal-administrative problems; relations with support groups and volunteers, record keeping, management of museum projects.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; cons instr; grade of B or better in Anthro 620(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 101
48893 1:30 PM-4:10 PM T 01/21-05/07   SAB 394  
Audit never allowed.


Art and Design
Department Office: Art 203, 414-229-4947
Chair: Raymond Fleming, MIT 371B

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Note: Any student enrolled in a studio course who does not attend the first class without having previously notified the instructor may, at the discretion of the instructor, be dropped.

Attention Design and Visual Communication Majors: The Design and Visual Communication sub-major has undergone Program changes in the last few years. New students intending to major in Design and Visual Communication should check the online Undergraduate Bulletin (http://www.uwm.edu/ugbulletin/SC/S_SOA.html) for the most recent requirements. Current majors in the program should speak to a Peck School of the Arts advisor (THR Bldg 120) or ask a Design and Visual Communication faculty member if they have questions or are unsure of which set of programmatic policies and prerequisites apply to them.

ART COURSES ARE CLOSED TO AUDITORS.

ART MAJORS FOLLOWED BY ART MINORS WILL HAVE PRIORITY REGISTRATION FOR COURSES REQUIRED IN THE MAJOR.

Click on section number/link for any special information/fees/requirements for that class.

All Inter-Arts traditional track majors (excluding Interdisciplinary Arts & Technology and Musical Theatre) must meet with their academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office prior to registration. A registration hold will be placed on the students record until an academic advising session is held. Upon completion of the advising session, the registration hold will be removed. Call 414-229-4763 to make an appointment to see your Peck School of the Arts academic advisor.

It is strongly recommended that all students have health insurance that includes emergency room and hospitalization coverage. The UWM Student Association offers a Student Health Insurance Plan http://www4.uwm.edu/studentorg/sa/executive/student_health_insurance.cfmwhich covers most major medical illnesses or injuries. The University does not provide blanket medical coverage to students. Students are strongly encouraged to secure their own health insurance, either through their parents, the Student Health Insurance Plan or some other program.

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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ART-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of media arts practices (e.g. film, photography, new media) with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic- and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Film 150. Prereq: none.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LAB 801
40132 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Garon, Kari MIT 363  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LAB 802
40247 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Lampert, Nicolas MIT 363  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.

ART-306: Introduction to Community Art (3 units; U ; FEE)

Study of community arts as a tool for enriching community life, affirming cultural identity, and pursuing political and social justice goals.

Notes:
Prereq: admis to Art & Design, Multicultural America 150(P) (in any area).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 001
40271 12:30 PM-3:00 PM F 01/21-05/07 Deal, Raoul ROOM TBA  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.

ART-406: Community Arts II (3 units; U/G ; FEE)

Intermediate study of community arts as a tool for enriching community life, affirming cultural identity, and pursuing political and social justice goals.

Notes:
Prereq: Art 306(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

Intermediate study of community arts as a tool for enriching community life, affirming cultural identity, and pursuing political and social justice goals.

Notes:
Prereq: Art 306(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LAB 801
40167 12:30 PM-3:00 PM F 01/21-05/07 Deal, Raoul ROOM TBA  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.
  (FEE) 3 LAB 801
Graduate
53251 12:30 PM-3:00 PM F 01/21-05/07 Deal, Raoul ROOM TBA  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.

ART-406G: Community Arts II (3 units; U/G ; FEE)

Intermediate study of community arts as a tool for enriching community life, affirming cultural identity, and pursuing political and social justice goals.

Notes:
Prereq: Art 306(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

Intermediate study of community arts as a tool for enriching community life, affirming cultural identity, and pursuing political and social justice goals.

Notes:
Prereq: Art 306(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LAB 801
40167 12:30 PM-3:00 PM F 01/21-05/07 Deal, Raoul ROOM TBA  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.
  (FEE) 3 LAB 801
Graduate
53251 12:30 PM-3:00 PM F 01/21-05/07 Deal, Raoul ROOM TBA  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.


Art Education
Department Office: Art 201, 414-229-4947
Chair: Christine Woywood Veettill, Mit 371

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

ART EDUCATION COURSES ARE CLOSED TO AUDITORS.

ART MAJORS FOLLOWED BY ART MINORS WILL HAVE PRIORITY REGISTRATION FOR COURSES REQUIRED IN THE MAJOR.

It is strongly recommended that all students have health insurance that includes emergency room and hospitalization coverage. The UWM Student Association offers a Student Health Insurance Plan http://www4.uwm.edu/studentorg/sa/executive/student_health_insurance.cfmwhich covers most major medical illnesses or injuries. The University does not provide blanket medical coverage to students. Students are strongly encouraged to secure their own health insurance, either through their parents, the Student Health Insurance Plan or some other program.

All Inter-Arts traditional track majors (excluding Interdisciplinary Arts & Technology and Musical Theatre) must meet with their academic advisor in the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office prior to registration. A registration hold will be placed on the students record until an academic advising session is held. Upon completion of the advising session, the registration hold will be removed.. Call 229-4763 to make an appointment to see your Peck School of the Arts academic advisor.

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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ART ED-227: Introduction to Art Education (3 units; U ; FEE)

Early introduction to the field of art education, afford students opportunity to observe in schools, and provide Art Ed faculty opportunity to connect with students earlier in program.

Notes:
Prereq: soph st; admis to Art and Design prog.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 FLD 801
40282 5:00 PM-7:30 PM M 01/27-05/04 Woywod Veettil, Christine ART 179  
SERVICE LEARNING REQUIRED.
Open to art majors, sophomore standing and above.
Add'l Special Course Fee: $30.00.
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
Audit never allowed.


Biomedical Sciences
Dept. Chair: Jennifer Doll, PhD, END 429, (414) 229-4840, dollj@uwm.edu
Program Coordinator: Cindy Brown, END 467, (414) 229-5299, cbrown@uwm.edu
Graduate Program Coordinator: Dean Nardelli, END 493, (414) 229-2645, nardelld@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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS/ComSDis/HCA/Kin/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50073 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
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 2019-2020 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 2020 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-100: Introduction to Business (3 units; U ; SS)

Introduction to the nature and functions of business, the culture of the business world and business education, and the skills to be successful in both.

Notes:
Prereq: not open for cr or regis to Business jr, pre-Business sr, or Business sr.
Enroll in LEC 401 and any DIS 601-605.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
SS   3 LEC 401
47703 2:00 PM-2:50 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Freimark, Michael LUB S151  
Consent required to audit.
SS     DIS 601
47704 9:00 AM-9:50 AM F 01/21-05/07 Freimark, Michael LUB N110  
Consent required to audit.
SS     DIS 602
47705 10:00 AM-10:50 AM F 01/21-05/07 Freimark, Michael LUB N110  
Consent required to audit.
SS     DIS 603
47706 11:00 AM-11:50 AM F 01/21-05/07 Freimark, Michael LUB N110  
Consent required to audit.
SS     DIS 604
47707 12:00 PM-12:50 PM F 01/21-05/07 Gonzalez Nunez, Brilleli LUB N110  
Consent required to audit.
SS     DIS 605
47778 1:00 PM-1:50 PM F 01/21-05/07 Gonzalez Nunez, Brilleli LUB N110  
Consent required to audit.


Conservation and Environmental Sciences
Contact: Mai Phillips, phillipm@uwm.edu

Please visit: https://uwm.edu/conservation-environmental-science/ 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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CES-210: Introduction to Conservation and Environmental Science (3 units; U ; NS)

Relations between human populations and resource depletion, pollution and ecosystem disturbance; search for solutions. Discussion section includes some community activities with environmental organization. 2 hrs lec, 1 hr dis

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 401
49096 10:00 AM-10:50 AM TR 01/21-05/07 Phillips, Mai LAP 162  
Enroll in LEC 401 and any DIS 601-612.
NS     DIS 601
49097 1:00 PM-1:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 602
49098 2:00 PM-2:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 603
49099 2:00 PM-2:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   CHM 169  
NS     DIS 604
49100 3:00 PM-3:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   CHM 169  
NS     DIS 605
49101 3:00 PM-3:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 606
49102 9:00 AM-9:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   LAP 257  
NS     DIS 607
49207 10:00 AM-10:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   LAP 257  
NS     DIS 608
49407 12:00 PM-12:50 PM W 01/21-05/07   CHM 170  
NS     DIS 609
49468 1:00 PM-1:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB S241  
NS     DIS 610
50208 1:00 PM-1:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 611
50209 2:00 PM-2:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB S241  
NS     DIS 612
50210 2:00 PM-2:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  


Communication Sciences and Disorders
Chair: Carol H. Seery, END 853, 229-4291
Undergraduate Program Coordinator: Shelley Lund, END 871, 229-4945
Graduate Program Coordinator: Marylou Gelfer END 855, 229-6465
Student Advising: NWQ Building B 6th Floor, (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 720 without the consent of the Coordinator of Clinical Services.

3. Changes in 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50072 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.


Criminal Justice
Chair: Tina Freiburger PhD, END 1119
Department Office: END 1113, 229-2392 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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CRM JST-520: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  

CRM JST-520G: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  


Cultures and Communities
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ANTHRO-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Comparative study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through popular culture with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native-American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
51075 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Liebeseller, Laya BOL B40  

ART-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of media arts practices (e.g. film, photography, new media) with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic- and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Film 150. Prereq: none.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LAB 801
40132 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Garon, Kari MIT 363  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LAB 802
40247 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Lampert, Nicolas MIT 363  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.

BMS-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS/ComSDis/HCA/Kin/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50073 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

CES-210: Introduction to Conservation and Environmental Science (3 units; U ; NS)

Relations between human populations and resource depletion, pollution and ecosystem disturbance; search for solutions. Discussion section includes some community activities with environmental organization. 2 hrs lec, 1 hr dis

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS   3 LEC 401
49096 10:00 AM-10:50 AM TR 01/21-05/07 Phillips, Mai LAP 162  
Enroll in LEC 401 and any DIS 601-612.
NS     DIS 601
49097 1:00 PM-1:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 602
49098 2:00 PM-2:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 603
49099 2:00 PM-2:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   CHM 169  
NS     DIS 604
49100 3:00 PM-3:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   CHM 169  
NS     DIS 605
49101 3:00 PM-3:50 PM T 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 606
49102 9:00 AM-9:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   LAP 257  
NS     DIS 607
49207 10:00 AM-10:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   LAP 257  
NS     DIS 608
49407 12:00 PM-12:50 PM W 01/21-05/07   CHM 170  
NS     DIS 609
49468 1:00 PM-1:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB S241  
NS     DIS 610
50208 1:00 PM-1:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  
NS     DIS 611
50209 2:00 PM-2:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB S241  
NS     DIS 612
50210 2:00 PM-2:50 PM R 01/21-05/07   LUB N110  

COMSDIS-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50072 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

ENGLISH-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; CD,HU)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials from literature, history, and the media, with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,HU   3 LEC 003
49185 11:00 AM-12:15 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Blewett, Peter MER 213  
CD,HU   3 LEC 004
52695 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Blewett, Peter MER 213  
CD,HU (FEE) 3 LEC 205
54692 - 01/21-05/07 Odrcic, Liana ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.

FILM-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of media arts practices (e.g. film, photography, new media) with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic- and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Art 150. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 001
40474 11:00 AM-1:50 PM T 01/21-05/07 Umali, Renato MIT B68  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 002
40462 4:00 PM-6:50 PM W 01/21-05/07 Cobb, Portia MIT B65  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 003
40477 3:00 PM-5:50 PM M 01/21-05/07 Trujillo, Michelle MIT B18  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.

GEOG-125: Introduction to Environmental Geography (3 units; U ; NS)

Introduction to environmental geography and related environmental problems aimed at understanding of the earth's systems in our daily encounter with them.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 201
49064 - 01/21-05/07   ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
NS   3 LEC 402
48740 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MW 01/21-05/07 Donnelly, Alison BOL B46  
NS     DIS 601
48741 10:00 AM-10:50 AM M 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 602
48742 11:00 AM-11:50 AM M 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 603
48743 9:00 AM-9:50 AM T 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 604
48744 11:00 AM-11:50 AM T 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 605
49011 10:00 AM-10:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  

HCA-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50076 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

KIN-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS/ComSDis/HCA/Kin/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50075 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

OCCTHPY-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50070 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

THEATRE-150: Multicultural America: (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross cultural study of US ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of theatrical arts practices.

Notes:
May be retaken w/chg in topic to 6 cr max. Prereq: none
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 001
54395 11:00 AM-12:15 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Pannell, Sheri MIT 375  
Consent required to audit.

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:
May be retaken w/chg 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
Myth Making
A (FEE) 3 LAB 202
41732 - 01/21-05/07 Mello, Robin ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Consent required to audit.
TimeSlips Storytelling
A (FEE) 3 LAB 801
54418 2:00 PM-4:45 PM R 01/21-05/07 Basting, Anne MIT 375  
Consent required to audit.

THERREC-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS (FEE) 3 LEC 292
50071 - 01/21-05/07 Eells, Janis ONLINE WEB  
Consent required to audit.


Curriculum and Instruction
Department Chair: Dr. William Keith, wmkeith@uwm.edu.


Advising (Office of Student Services): Phone (414) 229-4721, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail soeoss@uwm.edu

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

1. Some 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 or need instructor consent and you would still like to enroll, you must contact your advisor or the instructor for permission.

2. Students who do not meet course prerequisites may be administratively dropped.

3. 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.

4. 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.

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

6. 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.

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

8. Students who fail their criminal background check will be ineligible for a clinical experience placement which is a requirement for some courses. Clearance can take up to 6 weeks, so plan accordingly. Please note Registrar's Office add and drop dates for the semester as registration impacts tuition, financial aid, etc. matters. See your academic advisor if you have any concerns.

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-140: Field Experience with Families & Communities (1 units; U )

Field experience in local agencies providing services to families.

Notes:
Prereq: CURRINS 312(C) or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 SEM 001
52822 7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 01/22 Robinson, Latrice ROOM TBA  
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 01/29   HLT 180  
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 02/12      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 02/26      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 03/11      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 04/08      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 04/22      
Meets: 1/22, 1/29, 2/12, 2/26, 3/11, 4/8, 4/22. Students must complete 25 hours of field work throughout the semester at a designated community agency. Service learning start date, time, and location will be discussed during the first CURRINS 140 seminar. A combined meeting for ALL CURRINS 140 sections will be held Wednesday, January 22, 2020, location TBA, from 7:30 pm to 8:40 pm.
Audit never allowed.
    1 SEM 002
49899 7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 01/22 Robinson, Latrice ROOM TBA  
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 02/05   HLT 180  
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 02/19      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 03/04      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 04/01      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 04/15      
          7:30 PM-8:40 PM W 04/29      
Meets: 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 4/1, 4/15, 4/29. Students must complete 25 hours of field work throughout the semester at a designated community agency. Service learning start date, time, and location will be discussed during the first CURRINS 140 seminar. A combined meeting for ALL CURRINS 140 sections will be held Wednesday, January 22, 2020, location TBA, from 7:30 pm to 8:40 pm.
Audit never allowed.

CURRINS-300: Introduction to Teaching: Colloquium and Fieldwork (3 units; U )

Introduction to the teaching profession and teaching in urban schools. Provides an overview of educational, multicultural, social, economic, and political issues that influence urban schools.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of CurrIns 100. Prereq: soph st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 SEM 001
48104 9:30 AM-12:10 PM M 01/27-05/07   END 127  
Special course fee, $12.00.
MPS Field Experience (30 hours) required: to be arranged.
Audit never allowed.
  (FEE) 3 SEM 002
51278 9:30 AM-12:10 PM M 01/27-05/07   END 346  
Special course fee, $12.00.
MPS Field Experience (30 hours) required: to be arranged.
Audit never allowed.
  (FEE) 3 SEM 003
48103 9:30 AM-12:10 PM T 01/21-05/07   END 127  
Special course fee, $12.00.
MPS Field Experience (30 hours) required: to be arranged.
Audit never allowed.

CURRINS-547: Curricular Applications of the Internet (3 units; U/G )

Analysis and construction of internet based instruction focusing on the use of interactive media in grades 1-12.

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

Analysis and construction of internet based instruction focusing on the use of interactive media in grades 1-12.

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
48147 5:00 PM-7:40 PM W 01/21-05/07   END 740  
Meets in END 740 (Remstad Computer Lab A).
Consent required to audit.
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53334 5:00 PM-7:40 PM W 01/21-05/07   END 740  
Consent required to audit.

CURRINS-547G: Curricular Applications of the Internet (3 units; U/G )

Analysis and construction of internet based instruction focusing on the use of interactive media in grades 1-12.

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

Analysis and construction of internet based instruction focusing on the use of interactive media in grades 1-12.

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
48147 5:00 PM-7:40 PM W 01/21-05/07   END 740  
Meets in END 740 (Remstad Computer Lab A).
Consent required to audit.
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53334 5:00 PM-7:40 PM W 01/21-05/07   END 740  
Consent required to audit.


Dance
Department Office: Art 203, 414-229-4947
Simone Ferro, Chair: Mitchell Hall, Room 345D

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

1. Prerequisites will be strictly enforced. Students who do not meet prerequisites will be administratively dropped from the course, without notice.

2. Any student enrolled in a dance course, who does not attend the first class without first notifying the Department of Dance Office (414.229.2571) may, at the discretion of the instructor, be administratively dropped. 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.
2a. For MW or TR course only: Students enrolling after the third class meeting must consult with the instructor to determine whether he/she should continue in the course.
2b. For once/week course only: Students enrolling after the second class meeting must consult with the instructor to determine whether he/she should continue in the course.

3. Dance and Musical Theatre majors will have priority registration for courses required in the major.

4. All Dance majors must complete the audition process before enrolling in Dance majors sections. Contact the Department of Dance Office at (414.229.2571) for more information and upcoming audition dates.

5. Non-Dance majors: To satisfy GER requirements, the following courses are offered in the Dance Department: 103, 110, 111, 113, 115, 117, 122, 220, 313, 315, and 370. Please register for any section labeled 'Non-Dance majors only.'

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

7. Students in Dance Department courses must maintain a level of personal fitness necessary to participate fully in the course.

8. DANCE 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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DANCE-319: Dance Service-Learning (1 - 3 units; U/G ; FEE)

Service-Learning as field work in a community partnership setting under supervision of Dance faculty member.

Notes:
Conc reg in dance course which allows Dance 319 component by cons instr. May be retaken to max of 4 sem or 9 cr. Prereq: jr st; Dance 219(P), & cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 1 - 3 FLD 001
52670 - 01/21-05/07 Mahon, Caitlin ROOM TBA  
Audit never allowed.


English
Chair: Gregory Jay CRT 427 229-4511

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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ENGLISH-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; CD,HU)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials from literature, history, and the media, with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,HU   3 LEC 003
49185 11:00 AM-12:15 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Blewett, Peter MER 213  
CD,HU   3 LEC 004
52695 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Blewett, Peter MER 213  
CD,HU (FEE) 3 LEC 205
54692 - 01/21-05/07 Odrcic, Liana ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.

ENGLISH-443: Grant Writing (3 units; U/G )

Theory, methods, and practice in writing clear, concise grant proposals and related documents; audience analysis, rhetorical approaches, research methods, and online grantseeking.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of English 431 w/same topic. Req'd service learning component. Prereq: jr st; satisfaction of GER English Composition competency req.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 201
55748 - 01/21-05/07 Stanton, Sally ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Consent required to audit.

ENGLISH-798: Graduate-Level Service Learning (1 units; G )

Faculty-supervised placement of students as community service volunteers.

Notes:
Retakable to 3 cr max. Prereq: grad st or cons instr; conc reg in English 700-level or above service learning course.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    1 FLD 001
48924 - 01/21-05/07   ROOM TBA  
    1 FLD 002
48925 - 01/21-05/07   ROOM TBA  
    1 FLD 003
48926 - 01/21-05/07   ROOM TBA  
    1 FLD 004
48927 - 01/21-05/07   ROOM TBA  
    1 FLD 005
48928 - 01/21-05/07   ROOM TBA  


Exceptional Education
Chair: Dr. William Keith, wmkeith@uwm.edu.

The first day of American Sign Language class is mandatory.

Advising (Office of Student Services): Phone (414) 229-4721, Fax (414) 229-4705, E-mail soeoss@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-304: American Sign Language IV (3 units; U )

Focus on the continuing development of intermediate level skills in American Sign Language, its structure and the study of deaf culture.

Notes:
Prereq: C or better in EXCEDUC 303(P) or Level 2 ASLPI score.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
48073 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Cain, Ashley END 680  
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 303 (ASL-3), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.
    3 LEC 002
50467 9:30 AM-10:45 AM TR 01/21-05/07 Giuntoli-dubois, Catherine END 680  
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 303 (ASL-3), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.

EXCEDUC-305: American Sign Language V (3 units; U )

Advanced American Sign Language focusing on classifiers, fingerspelling, numeric techniques and grammar.

Notes:
Prereq: C or better in EXCEDUC 304 (P) or Level 2+ ASLPI score.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 001
48132 12:30 PM-1:45 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Giuntoli-dubois, Catherine END 674  
A special course fee of $50 will be assessed for this lecture.
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 304 (ASL-4), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.
Consent required to audit.

EXCEDUC-306: American Sign Language VI (3 units; U )

Advanced American Sign Language focusing on register, colloquialisms, storytelling and poetry.

Notes:
Prereq: C or better in EXCEDUC 305(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
  (FEE) 3 LEC 001
48128 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Kovacs-houlihan, Marika END 674  
A special course fee of $50 will be assessed for this lecture.
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 305 (ASL-5), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.


Film, Video, Animation and New Genres
Chair: Rob Yeo, MIT B59
Dept Office: Art Building Room 203 414-229-4947

IMPORTANT NOTES:

1) PREREQUISITES for Film Department courses will be enforced. Students who register for courses without completing the prerequisites may be administratively dropped from the class.

2) Students who do not attend classes in which they are registered may be administratively dropped. Students who do not attend the first class meetings are subject to this policy.

3) FILM COURSES MAY NOT BE TAKEN ON A CREDIT/NO CREDIT BASIS.

4) FILM/VIDEO PRODUCTION 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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FILM-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross-cultural study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of media arts practices (e.g. film, photography, new media) with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic- and Native American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Art 150. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 001
40474 11:00 AM-1:50 PM T 01/21-05/07 Umali, Renato MIT B68  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 002
40462 4:00 PM-6:50 PM W 01/21-05/07 Cobb, Portia MIT B65  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 003
40477 3:00 PM-5:50 PM M 01/21-05/07 Trujillo, Michelle MIT B18  
Additional Tuition $21.80/cr.


Food Studies Certificate Program
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ANTHRO-150: Multicultural America (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Comparative study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through popular culture with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native-American experiences.

Notes:
Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
51075 12:30 PM-1:45 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Liebeseller, Laya BOL B40  


Geography
Chair: Distinguished Professor Mark D. Schwartz Bolton 490 229-3740

Please note: The College of Letters and 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 a fee specialist at (414) 229-3796.

Click on section number/link for any special information/fees/requirements for that class. 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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GEOG-125: Introduction to Environmental Geography (3 units; U ; NS)

Introduction to environmental geography and related environmental problems aimed at understanding of the earth's systems in our daily encounter with them.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
NS (FEE) 3 LEC 201
49064 - 01/21-05/07   ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
NS   3 LEC 402
48740 9:00 AM-9:50 AM MW 01/21-05/07 Donnelly, Alison BOL B46  
NS     DIS 601
48741 10:00 AM-10:50 AM M 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 602
48742 11:00 AM-11:50 AM M 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 603
48743 9:00 AM-9:50 AM T 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 604
48744 11:00 AM-11:50 AM T 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  
NS     DIS 605
49011 10:00 AM-10:50 AM W 01/21-05/07   BOL 262  


Geographic Information Systems
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CRM JST-520: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  

CRM JST-520G: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  


Health Care Administration
Health Informatics and Administration Co-Chairs: Hanh Trinh, NWQB Room 6428, hanht@uwm.edu, (414) 229-6051; Min Wu, NWQB 6438, (414) 229-4778, wu@uwm.edu
Undergraduate Program Director: Kathleen Olewinski, NWQB Room 6432, (414) 229-7110, kmo@uwm.edu
MHA Program Co-Directors: Jennifer Fink, NWQB Room 6455, (414) 229-7533, jtfink@uwm.edu; Barbara Zabawa, NWQB 6473, (414) 229- 7220
Healthcare Informatics Program Director: Jake Luo, NWQB 6469, (414) 229-7333, jakeluo@uwm.edu

Student Advising: NWQB , 6th Floor (414) 229-2758 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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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HCA-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50076 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.

HCA-340: Healthcare Process Measurement (3 units; U )

Compilation and presentation of healthcare statistics; use of statistical analysis and graphic presentation of data to examine healthcare processes and support decision-making.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st in HlthSci; HMS 270(P) or MthStat 215(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
49692 12:30 PM-1:45 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Olewinski, Kathleen ENG B38  
  (FEE) 3 LEC 202
50589 - 01/21-05/07 Best, Thomas ONLINE WEB  


Health Sciences
Health Informatics and Administration Chair: Priya Nambisan, NWQ Building B Room 6410, nambisap@uwm.edu
Undergraduate Program Director: Kathleen Olewinski, NWQ Building B Room 6432, (414) 229-7110
MHA Program Director: Jennifer Fink, NWQ Building B Room 6455, (414) 229-7533
Healthcare Informatics Program Director: Rohit Kate, NWQ Building B Room 6473, katerj@uwm.edu

Student Advising: NWQ Building B , 6th Floor (414) 229-2758 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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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HS-250: Allied Health Information Methods (2 units; U )

Techniques and processes used by allied health personnel to translate thought and behavior into an acceptable style and format for documentation of activities.

Notes:
Prereq: soph st; 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
    2 LEC 291
50304 - 01/21-05/07   ONLINE WEB  


International Studies
Contact: Christine Wolf, cawolf@uwm.edu

Please visit: https://uwm.edu/letters-science/programs/?discipline=International+Studies 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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INTLST-260: Introduction to International Careers (2 units; U )

Introduction to a wide variety of career options in area of international studies, partly through lectures with academics and professionals from relevant fields.

Notes:
No degree cr for students with cr in IntlSt 350 'Careers in the World's Regions'(ER). Cr/no cr only; audit not permitted. Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    2 LEC 001
54990 1:00 PM-2:40 PM T 01/21-05/07 Wolf, Christine MER 311  
Consent required to audit.


Kinesiology
Chair - KIN (ESHP) Ann Swartz, END 453, (414) 229-4242, aswartz@uwm.edu
Undergraduate Director: Christy Greenleaf, END 419, (414) 229-5341, cgreenl@uwm.edu
CHAIR - KIN (IHCP) Kyle Ebersole: PAV 364, (414) 229-6717, ebersole@uwm.edu
Student Advising: NWQ Building B, 6th floor (414) 229-2758

NOTE: Students pursuing the Kinesiology major will be given priority in the undergraduate KIN courses.

KIN 180 Topics in Health/Wellness - Enroll in Lec from SPT&REC 298
KIN 260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Enroll in BMS 260

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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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.
Courses - Expand Subject


KIN-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS/ComSDis/HCA/Kin/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50075 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.


Languages
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EXCEDUC-304: American Sign Language IV (3 units; U )

Focus on the continuing development of intermediate level skills in American Sign Language, its structure and the study of deaf culture.

Notes:
Prereq: C or better in EXCEDUC 303(P) or Level 2 ASLPI score.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
48073 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Cain, Ashley END 680  
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 303 (ASL-3), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.
    3 LEC 002
50467 9:30 AM-10:45 AM TR 01/21-05/07 Giuntoli-dubois, Catherine END 680  
Prerequisite of C or better in EXCEDUC 303 (ASL-3), or the appropriate leveling of an ASLPI score, required. If grade pre-req is not met, you will be administratively dropped from this course.


Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations
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POL SCI-769: Analyzing and Evaluating Public Policies and Programs (3 units; G )

Examination of methods, including cost-benefit analysis and decision analysis, that aid policy makers and administrators in understanding and assessing public and nonprofit sector policies and programs.

Notes:
Pol Sci 769 & Pub Adm 769 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50935 4:00 PM-6:40 PM M 01/27-05/07   BOL B40  


Museum Studies Certificate Program
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ANTHRO-721: Administration and Organization of Museums (3 units; G )

Administration and organizational problems in modern museums; finances and budgets; legal-administrative problems; relations with support groups and volunteers, record keeping, management of museum projects.

Notes:
Prereq: grad st; cons instr; grade of B or better in Anthro 620(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 101
48893 1:30 PM-4:10 PM T 01/21-05/07   SAB 394  
Audit never allowed.


Nutritional Sciences
The Nutritional Sciences program is an Interdisciplinary offering from the Departments of Biomedical Sciences and Kinesiology (ESHP).
Program Director: Lori Klos, lklos@uwm.edu, END 455, (414) 229-6080
Student Advising: NWQ Building B, Room 6425, (414) 229-2758 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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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NUTR-240: Nutrition for Exercise and Wellness (3 units; U )

The role of nutrition in supporting health, wellness, and exercise on a national, state, community, and individual level.

Notes:
Counts as repeat of Kin 290 w/same topic. Prereq: grade of C or better in Nutr 235(P) or BMS 232(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 201
50119 - 01/27-05/07 Kundrat, Susan ONLINE WEB  
Consent required to audit.


Occupational Therapy
Occupational Science & Technology Chair :Jay Kapellusch, END 961, (414) 229-5292
Occupational Therapy Program Director: Bhagwant Sindhu, END 929, (414) 229-1180
Occupational Studies (Undergraduate) Program Director: Patricia Thomas, END 935, (414) 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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.
Courses - Expand Subject


OCCTHPY-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS   3 LEC 001
50070 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Heilmann, John CUN 151  
Consent required to audit.


Political Science
Chair: Sara Pashak, BOL 614C, sbenesh@uwm.edu, 414-229-6468

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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POL SCI-769: Analyzing and Evaluating Public Policies and Programs (3 units; G )

Examination of methods, including cost-benefit analysis and decision analysis, that aid policy makers and administrators in understanding and assessing public and nonprofit sector policies and programs.

Notes:
Pol Sci 769 & Pub Adm 769 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50935 4:00 PM-6:40 PM M 01/27-05/07   BOL B40  


Public Administration
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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PUB ADM-769: Analyzing and Evaluating Public Policies and Programs (3 units; G )

Examination of methods, including cost-benefit analysis and decision analysis, that aid policy makers and administrators in understanding and assessing public and nonprofit sector policies and programs.

Notes:
Pol Sci 769 & Pub Adm 769 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: grad st.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
49889 4:00 PM-6:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Schnupp, Shelly LUB S165  


Quantitative Social Data Analysis Certificate
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CRM JST-520: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  

CRM JST-520G: Analysis Oriented Technology: Spatial Data Analysis; Crime Mapping; ArcGIS (3 units; U/G )

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

Examines theories and applications to analyze data. Approaches include crime mapping and spatial analysis; strategic, administrative, and tactical crime analysis. Other methods are also covered.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Crm Jst 110(P).

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
50056 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  
    3 LEC 001
Graduate
53330 5:00 PM-7:40 PM M 01/27-05/07 Konkel, Rebecca END 1024  


Social Work
Chair: Dr. David J. Pate, pated@uwm.edu, END 1077
Department Office: (414) 229-6526, END 1075 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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SOC WRK-100: Introduction to Social Work (3 units; U ; SS)

A survey course focussed on the development of human service institutions and occupations.

Notes:
Prereq: none.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
49993 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW 01/21-05/07 Maillet, Margaret END 107  
    3 LEC 002
49810 6:00 PM-8:40 PM R 01/21-05/07 Maillet, Margaret END 103  

SOC WRK-310: Social Work Methods I (3 units; U )

Introduction to generic Social Work practice methods. Course also provides experiential exercises designed to provide students with basic interviewing skills.

Notes:
Prereq: jr st; Soc Wrk 100(P), 250(P), & SW 206(C); satisfaction of OWC-A GER.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
    3 LEC 001
49791 9:30 AM-10:45 AM TR 01/21-05/07 Maillet, Margaret END 109  
    3 LEC 002
54621 6:00 PM-8:40 PM W 01/21-05/07 Malle, Livy BOL 281  


Theatre
Department Office: Art 203, 414-229-4947
Chair: Robin Mello, Theatre 220, 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-150: Multicultural America: (3 units; U ; A,CD; FEE)

Cross cultural study of US ethnic and racial identities through materials drawn from a variety of theatrical arts practices.

Notes:
May be retaken w/chg in topic to 6 cr max. Prereq: none
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
A,CD (FEE) 3 LEC 001
54395 11:00 AM-12:15 PM TR 01/21-05/07 Pannell, Sheri MIT 375  
Consent required to audit.

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:
May be retaken w/chg 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
Myth Making
A (FEE) 3 LAB 202
41732 - 01/21-05/07 Mello, Robin ONLINE WEB  
A course fee of $275.00, in addition to applicable fees and/or tuition, will be charged for this section. Conducted completely online; computer/internet access req'd.
Consent required to audit.
TimeSlips Storytelling
A (FEE) 3 LAB 801
54418 2:00 PM-4:45 PM R 01/21-05/07 Basting, Anne MIT 375  
Consent required to audit.

THEATRE-360: Theatre Practices: (1 - 6 units; U ; FEE)

Applied theatre practices and/or performance projects, that are developed through research, service-learning or in community settings.

Notes:
May be retaken w/ chg in topic to max of 6 cr. Prereq: Theatre 260(460)(P) or cons instr.
Not open to University Special Students

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
Theatre for Young Audiences
  (FEE) 1 - 6 LEC 001
52360 6:00 PM-10:00 PM W 01/21-05/07 Janes, Ralph THR 28  
Class occasionally meets off-campus in Milwaukee Theatres
Consent required to audit.
Student Artist in Residence
  (FEE) 1 - 6 LEC 102
41730 - 01/21-05/07 Loughmiller, Katharine OFF CAMPUS  
Consent required to audit.


Therapeutic Recreation
Occupational Science & Technology Chair: Jay Kapellusch, END 961, (414) 229-5292
Program Director: Patricia Thomas, END 935, (414) 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 Integrative Health Approaches; 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 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals; KIN 200 Introduction to Kinesiology; KIN 230(NS) Health Aspects of Exercise and Nutrition; OccThpy 201 Introduction to Occupational Science and Technology; 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.
Courses - Expand Subject


THERREC-245: Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (3 units; U ; CD,SS)

Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.

Notes:
BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.

GER   Units Section Class# Hours Days Dates Instructor Room Syllabus
CD,SS (FEE) 3 LEC 292
50071 - 01/21-05/07 Eells, Janis ONLINE WEB  
Consent required to audit.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
P.O. Box 413, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
(414) 229-1122