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I 47525 UMM ACC201 Financial Accounting 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 47526 ACC201 Financial Accounting 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
I 47527 UMM ACC212 Principles of Financial Accounting II 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 47528 ACC212 Principles of Financial Accounting II 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 49260 ANT101 Cultural Anthropology 1/22/14 5/10/14 Rhodes 3
W 49264 ART214 Graphic Design 1/22/14 5/10/14 Bowman 3
C 49481 UMM ASL102 Intermediate Sign Language 1/22/14 5/10/14 Koch 3
W 53408/53409 BIO 117 General Biology 1/22/14 5/10/14 Heck 3
I 47533 UMM BUS111 Intro to Business & Entrepreneurship 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lenke 3
W 47534 BUS111 Intro to Business & Entrepreneurship 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lenke 3
W 47536 BUS212 Business Communications 1/22/14 5/10/14 French 3
I 47537 UMM BUS222 Business Law II 1/22/14 5/10/14 Mosley 3
W 47538 BUS222 Business Law II 1/22/14 5/10/14 Mosley 3
W 49266 CMY101 Intro to Community Studies 1/22/14 5/10/14 Day 3
W 49270 CMY310 Online Communities & Culture 1/22/14 5/10/14 L. Athern 3
W 47551 CSE115 Business Spreadsheet Applications 1/22/14 5/10/14 K. Athearn 3
I 49486 UMM DAN106 Beginning Belly Dance 1/22/14 5/10/14 Smith-Marengo 1
W 53311 DAN106 Beginning Belly Dance 1/22/14 5/10/14 Smith-Marengo 1
I 47557 UMM ECO202 Microeconomics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Reisman 3
W 47558 ECO202 Microeconomics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Reisman 3
W 47577 EDU217 Working with Culturally Diverse Students 1/22/14 5/10/14 Ball 3
W 49245 ELA101 Recreation & Wellness Seminar 1/22/14 5/10/14 Garstecki 3
W 53309 ELA342 Humans & Nature 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 3
W 48870 ENG101 Composition 1/22/14 5/10/14 Hepler 3
H 49620 GIS230 GIS Applications I 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 4
H 49646 GIS312 Municipal Applications of GIS 1/22/14 5/10/14 Rowan 3
H 49641 GIS330 Geographic Info Systems Applications II 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 4
W 53157 GIS428 Web-Based Maps, Applications & Services 1/22/14 5/10/14 Bistrais 3
W 50058 GIS431 Introduction to Geostatistics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 4
W 49271 HTY116 World History 1500 to Present 1/22/14 5/10/14 Cole 3
I 47561 UMM HTY307 American Economic History 1/22/14 5/10/14 Reisman 3
W 47562 HTY307 American Economic History 1/22/14 5/10/14 Reisman 3
W 47585 MAN301 Management 1/22/14 5/10/14 Tropea 3
W 47586 MAN325 Finance 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 47587 MAN332 Human Resource Management 1/22/14 5/10/14 Tropea 3
W 47588 MAN406 Entrepreneurship 1/22/14 5/10/14 Tropea 3
I 47572 UMM MAR101 Marketing & Entrepreneurship 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lenke 3
W 47573 MAR101 Marketing & Entrepreneurship 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lenke 3
I 47591 UMM MAR315 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 47592 MAR315 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations 1/22/14 5/10/14 Meader 3
W 47593 MAR323 Personal Selling 1/22/14 5/10/14 Tropea 3
W 47595 MAR406 Marketing Research 1/22/14 5/10/14 K. Athearn 3
I 49755 UMM MAT102 Intermediate Algebra 1/22/14 5/10/14 Loud 3
W 52550 MAT102 Intermediate Algebra 1/22/14 5/10/14 Loud 3
W 49759 MAT113 Intro to Statistics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Roberts 3
W TBA MAT200 Topics in Advanced Math: Geometry for Teachers 1/22/14 5/10/14 Loud 3
W 53360 MAT200 Topics in Advanced Math: Number Theory for Teachers 1/22/14 5/10/14 Loud 3
W 49680 MTR101 Meteorology 1/22/14 5/10/14 McNally 4
I 49489 UMM PHI201 Ethics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Halkett 3
W 53310 PHI201 Ethics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Halkett 3
W 52561 PSY104 Fundamentals of Animal-Assisted Therapy 1/22/14 5/10/14 Hecht 3
W 49274 PSY110 Intro to Psychology 1/22/14 5/10/14 Anderson 3
W 49276 PSY211 Intro to Behavior & Community Mental Health Systems 1/22/14 5/10/14 Schnieders 3
W 49278 PSY222 Psychology Professions & Ethics 1/22/14 5/10/14 Crittenden 3
W 49279 PSY317 Environmental Psychology 1/22/14 5/10/14 Anderson 3
W 49449 PSY320 Learning & Memory 1/22/14 5/10/14 Anderson 3
W 49454 PSY322 Physiological Psychology 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lois-Ann Kuntz 3
W 49457 PSY325 Motivation 1/22/14 5/10/14 Litman 3
W 49463 PSY327 Chemical Dependency 1/22/14 5/10/14 Lane 3
W 49464 PSY328 Case Management 1/22/14 5/10/14 Schnieders 3
W 49253 REM212 Wilderness First Responder 1/22/14 5/10/14 TBA 3
W 47596 REM/WRI414 Grant & Proposal Writing 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 3
C 47600 UMM SED335 Program Planning for Students with Disabilities 1/22/14 5/10/14 Ball 3
W 47601 SED335 Program Planning for Students with Disabilities 1/22/14 5/10/14 Ball 3
W 47602 SED340 Communication & Collaboration in Special Education 1/22/14 5/10/14 Bourgoin 3
C 47604 UMM SED345 Behavioral Strategies & Social Skill Development for Students with Disabilities 1/22/14 5/10/14 Schnieders 3
W 48951 SED345 Behavioral Strategies & Social Skill Development for Students with Disabilities 1/22/14 5/10/14 Schnieders 3
W 47605 SED370 Reading & Writing for Exceptional the Student 1/22/14 5/10/14 McCurry 3
W 53327 SPE105 Professional Online Communication 1/22/14 5/10/14 L. Athearn 3
W 49468 SSC210 Human Sexuality 1/22/14 5/10/14 Feeney 3
W 49469 SSC320 Research Methods & Design 1/22/14 5/10/14 Anderson 4
W 47597 WRI/REM414 Grant & Proposal Writing 1/22/14 5/10/14 Johnson 3

 

MODE KEY

C Compressed Video (Delivered in real time to University College sites and centers throughout Maine)
H H - Hybrid web-based course with some onsite class meetings at UMM OR an onsite course with a web component                            
I Interactive Television (Delivered in real time to University College sites and centers throughout Maine)
O Onsite class meetings only at designated University College sites and centers throughout Maine
W Web-based course (may contain video lectures from live-class meetings)

Course Descriptions - Spring 2014

ACC 201 - Financial Accounting - Interactive Television - M/Th 1:00-2:15PM or ONLINE

The fundamental principles of accounting as they relate to sole proprietorships. Emphasis is given to developing the technical procedures of journalizing, posting, adjusting entries, closing the books and preparing the financial statements. In addition, students are introduced to notes, inventory, depreciation, controls and payroll. Competency and/or concurrent enrollment in basic reading, writing, and mathematics courses are a prerequisite for all business studies offerings with a prefix of ACC, BUS, MAN, and MAR. Stanley Meader. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ACC 212 - Principles of Financial Accounting II - Interactive Television - M/Th 2:30-3:45PM or ONLINE

In this course, students encounter and are exposed to various topics in accounting for fixed and intangible assets; corporate organization, capital stock transactions and dividends; corporate income and taxes, stockholders' equity and investments in stocks; bonds payable and investments in bonds; cash flows; depreciation; financial statement analysis; alternative methods of recording deferrals, and lastly, partnerships. Prerequisite: ACC 201. Stanley Meader. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology - ONLINE

A comparative study of contemporary cultures and institutions with particular attention to primitive and peasant societies. Emphasized are such topics as human evolution and race; pre-scientific writings and ethnology; the concept of culture; language and perception; economics and technology; marriage, the family and kinship; associations, castes and classes; political organization and warfare; religion and magic; folklore and the arts; culture and personality; American culture; cross-cultural contact; and cultural change. Kharyssa Rhodes. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ART 214 – Graphic Design - ONLINE

The study of design elements as employed in a 2-dimensional system, be it print or electronic. Students will explore how information is read through the arrangement of various elements, including shapes, color, symbols and typography. They will create and present their own designs using available software and contribute to online discussions. Students will learn to use Inkscape, which is free software. Download at inkscape.org/ Prerequisite: ART 101, ART 102, or permission of instructor. Leslie Bowman. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ASL 102 - Intermediate Sign Language - Compressed Video - Th 4:00-6:45PM

Following the Introduction to Sign Language, this course serves as the second half of the sign language sequence. The intermediate-level course utilizes the immersion-style teaching method. A silent classroom where signed ASL will be the only form of communication will be maintained for the duration of the course. Prerequisite: ASL 101 or permission of the instructor. Barbara Koch. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

BIO 117 - General Biology - ONLINE (online-degree-program students given priority)

This introductory course in general biology for both majors and non-majors is organized around the characteristics of life. Topics covered include cell structure, transport across membranes, growth, reproduction, genetics, the response to stimuli, homeostasis, evolution and ecology. The inquiry-based laboratory provides opportunities for students to participate in hands-on investigations into these topics. Heather Heck. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

BUS 111 - Intro to Business & Entrepreneurship - Interactive Television - M/Th 10:30-11:45AM or ONLINE

An introductory course providing knowledge of what business and entrepreneurship are all about. It is a basic course in business, economic and entrepreneurial literacy as well as organizational structures and functions, and provides an overview of the traditional business disciplines including marketing, finance, accounting, management, information systems, etc., and additionally forms the basis for subsequent studies. Competency and/or concurrent enrollment in basic reading, writing, and mathematics courses are a prerequisite for all business studies offerings with a prefix of ACC, BUS, MAN, or MAR. Jim Lenke. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

BUS 212 - Business Communications - ONLINE

A course designed to develop effective communication skills in the areas of writing, speaking, and listening. Emphasis is placed on appropriate formats for business communications including grammatical style, clarity, and conciseness of messages. Prerequisite: ENG 101. Rhonda French. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

BUS 222 - Business Law II - Interactive Television - W 2:30-3:45PM or ONLINE

A course designed for continued emphasis on the legal principles governing business transactions. Special emphasis is given to commercial paper, real and personal property, bailments, agency and employment. Prerequisite: BUS 221. Ronald Mosley. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

CMY 101 - Intro to Community Studies - ONLINE

Community is both a fundamental concept and a unit of study in the social sciences. Through an examination of communities past and present the course surveys developments that have shaped the nature and workings of community and it reviews the theories and methodologies that social scientists have developed for community research. The course will be concerned primarily with communities of place with emphasis on the northeastern United Stated, although the concepts and methods discussed could be applied to other forms of community (communities of interest, virtual communities and others). In addition to lectures, media presentations and other in-class activities, students will participate in an applied community-based project. Course assignments may include reading and writing tasks and a hands-on project that will focus on the construction of a local community profile. Matthew Day. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

CMY 310 - Online Communities & Culture - ONLINE

This course provides an investigation into the development of online communities. Some of the questions explored include: What is an online community? What is the membership cycle for online community members? What makes online communities succeed or fail? What are the economic, social, professional and cultural needs being fulfilled by online communities? What effects to online communities have on face-to-face community development? What are the ontological impacts from the proliferation of online communities? Prerequisites: CMY 101 or ANT 101 or SOC 114, or permission of instructor. Lisa Athearn. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. This course uses Google+

CSE 115 - Business Spreadsheet Applications - ONLINE

This course provides an introduction to basic, intermediate and advanced spreadsheet functions. Topics covered include creating, presenting and analyzing worksheets, charts and graphs, templates, filter lists, macros and hyperlinks. Students will complete and present a practical business spreadsheet as a final project. Uses Microsoft Excel 2010 and/or open-source software. Kevin Athearn. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Students will be using Google+ and Blackboard. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

DAN 106 - Beginning Belly Dance - Interactive Television - Th 8:30-9:45PM or ONLINE

This course offers an introduction to the ancient art of belly dance, still popular in the modern world. Belly dancers today enjoy it for fun, fitness and friendship. The course will cover basic dance movements, as well as basic finger cymbal patterns and veil work. Students will wear costumes and learn dance routines to sultry Middle Eastern rhythms. Offered pass/fail. Kessie Smith-Marengo. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ECO 202 - Microeconomics - Interactive Television – T/Th 7:30-8:45AM or ONLINE

An analysis of the behavior and interaction of fundamental economic entities: households and firms. Topics include demand and supply, competition, monopoly, labor markets, international trade, and environmental policy. Prerequisite: sophomore standing and MAT 12 or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Jon Reisman. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

EDU 217 - Working with Culturally Diverse Students - ONLINE

This course explores the historical, philosophical and cultural foundations of education for a culturally diverse society. Students will use multiple frames of reference to examine the impact of race/ethnicity, class, gender and sexual orientation on the lives of students in America; the relationship of society and schools; and the responsibilities of schools and school personnel for promoting inclusivity. This course will focus on the social construction of privilege, examine the concept of "public" education and explore how schools can recognize and respond to issues of diversity. Prerequisite: EDU 112 and SOC 114, or permission of instructor. Heather Ball. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ELA 101 - Recreation & Wellness Seminar - ONLINE

This course is designed to help new students learn about the recreation opportunities in Downeast Maine and to further develop their appreciation for the connection between personal wellness and outdoor exploration. Students will gain outdoor skills while reading, discussing and reflecting on the role of outdooor recreation experiences on personal health, as well as in fostering environmental stewardship. The course will also discuss wellness concepts in the field as important components of a canoeing expedition and then review the concepts in greater detail in the classroom and through lab activities. Leigh Garstecki. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

ELA 342 - Humans & Nature - ONLINE

Based on a wide selection of exemplary writings from diverse times, cultures, and academic disciplines, the course examines the relationship between humans and nature. By reading, discussing, analyzing, and critiquing the readings, students will learn how different disciplines and cultures approach such issues. They will develop critical reading and writing skills while exploring how assumptions, questions, and methods shape disciplinary approaches, cultural understanding, and human behavior. Instructors from various disciplines will teach the multiple sections and may participate in each others' classes as appropriate, thus introducing students to a range of UMM's programs and professors. This survey of a variety of approaches to the single topic of human interactions with nature will establish a shared foundation on which students can build their learning in other discipline-specific core courses and in their majors. Prerequisites: ENG 101 Composition, ELA 101 Recreation & Wellness, ELA 112 Community & Place and Scientific Inquiry core requirement, or junior standing and permission of instructor. Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. This course uses Moodle.

ENG 101 - Composition - ONLINE

A course to help students improve their skill in expository, analytical, and persuasive writing. Students will gain introductory research skills as they learn to write in relationship to other texts. Reading and grammatical skills are emphasized, so that students will learn to build solid prose that will be the foundation of their academic career. This course is required of all students. Prerequisite: appropriate English placement examination scores or equivalent. Online computer use required. Computers are available at centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at http://www.courses.maine.edu CR3. Lynne Hepler Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

GIS 230 - GIS Applications I – Web Hybrid - On-site lab meetings on the UMM campus Saturday January 25th, March 8th and May 3rd

Understanding the fundamentals of a GIS through lecture, readings and computer activities. Students will learn to use a specific GIS software system and to define and complete a simple GIS project using existing data. This computer-intensive course includes a detailed discussion of what a GIS is, why GIS is being increasingly used today, sample applications, basic map concepts, how geographic and descriptive data are stored in the computer, and the steps in a typical GIS project. Project discussions will focus on defining project objectives, building and managing the digital database, identifying the needed data, locating and acquiring the data in digital form, performing the analysis, and presenting results. Prerequisite: knowledge of Windows recommended. There are three onsite meetings on 1/25, 3/8 & 5/3 at UMM 9am to 5pm. Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Students must have access to a computer capable of running ArcGIS 10.2 software. Students will receive a free one-year student license of the software from ArcGIS This course uses Moodle.

GIS 312 - Municipal Applications of GIS – Web Hybrid - On-site lab meetings on the UMM campus Saturday February 1st, March 15th and May 10th

This hands-on course provides the basic skills needed to use geographic information systems software, data and analysis to manage municipal land records, support decision-making in local government and create zoning maps. Students will primarily use ArcGIS software, the industry standard; the class will also explore low- and no-cost GIS software appropriate for municipal applications. Students complete a service project for a real-world client, applying course skills and content. The class will include streaming lectures, hands-on lab exercises and real-world assignments and projects. Students must have a computer that meets or exceeds the system requirements for ArcGIS software and has a broadband internet connection, or they must do required exercises and assignments in the laboratory. A one-year student software license is provided. Prerequisite: GIS 230, or permission of instructor. There are three onsite meetings on 2/1, 3/15 & 5/10 at UMM 9am to 5pm. Hope Rowan. Online computer use required. Students must have access to a computer capable of running ArcGIS 10.2 software. Students will receive a free one-year student license of the software from ArcGIS This course uses Moodle.

GIS 330 - Geographic Info Systems Applications II – Web Hybrid - On-site lab meetings on the UMM campus Saturday February 8th, March 22nd and April 26th

This is an intermediate course for students who have had some introduction to GIS. The course focuses on grid-based data models for visualization, modeling and analysis. Assessment will be based on problem sets, lab work and a final project. Readings, assignments, activities and discussions will cover: the raster data model, generating and working with grid data, georeferencing images and grids, basic remote sensing technologies, visualizing raster data sets, interpolation methods for generating continuous surface data, mathematical operations with grid data for spatial analysis, map algebra and grid-based modeling, basic modeling, evaluating and documenting error and uncertainty, ethics and accountability in spatial analysis, modeling and visualization. Prerequisite: GIS 230 GIS Applications I or permission of instructor. There are three onsite meetings on 2/8, 3/22 & 4/26 at UMM 9am to 5pm. Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Students must have access to a computer capable of running ArcGIS 10.2 software. Students will receive a free one-year student license of the software from ArcGIS This course uses Moodle

GIS 428 - Web-Based Maps, Applications & Services - ONLINE

This is a practical and applied course covering design and delivery of web and mobile maps and applications, fundamentals of online databases, hosting and serving data and map services and basics of server management. The course will cover a variety of software and server providers, including Esri, Google and open source, focusing mainly on those with the greatest market share and practical value in the workplace. Students will work with services and cloud services in the course, which culminates in a real-world service project. Prerequisite: GIS 230 and GIS 330, or permission of instructor. Robert Bistrais. Online computer use required. Students must have access to a computer capable of running ArcGIS 10.2 software. Students will receive a free one-year student license of the software from ArcGIS This course uses Moodle.

GIS 431 - Introduction to Geostatistics - ONLINE

This course introduces the basic principles of geostatistics, including descriptive statistics such as variance and covariance, spatial autocorrelation, distribution and dispersion and spatial trends. Students will also learn advanced methods of estimation with spatial interpolation, as well as methods for analyzing error and uncertainty. The course combines lectures, discussion and laboratory exercises. Students are assessed on problem sets and a simple final project. Prerequisites: GIS 230, GIS 330 and MAT 215, or permission of instructor. Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Students must have access to a computer capable of running ArcGIS 10.2 software. Students will receive a free one-year student license of the software from ArcGIS This course uses Moodle.

HTY 116 - World History 1500 to Present - ONLINE

The second semester of the sequence examines world history from the 16th century to the present. This much shorter period saw enormous increases in trade, cultural, political and military interaction among all regions of the world. A major theme of this era is colonialism, the rise of European state, economic, and cultural power, and the reactions of the non-Western world to that power. Lori Cole. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

HTY 307 - American Economic History - Interactive Television – W 1:00-2:15PM or ONLINE

An examination of the development and growth of the United States economy from Native American settlements to the present. Topics include sectoral history (finance, transport, maritime, etc.), the economics of war and slavery, the depression, post-war policies and prospects for the future. Jon Reisman. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAN 301 - Management - ONLINE

Designed to present management as a science, an art, and a profession. The course emphasizes both the theoretical and the practical, presenting management as a process of utilizing organizational resources to achieve specific objectives through the functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Robert Tropea. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAN 325 - Finance - ONLINE

A course designed to acquaint students with financial operations, management and investment planning, and technique analysis. Subject areas include debt vs. equity financing; short, intermediate, and long term capital structuring; and qualitative and quantitative decision making. Prerequisite: ACC 201, or permission of instructor. Stanley Meader. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAN 332 - Human Resource Management - ONLINE

A study of basic principles and procedures relating to the personnel department: job analysis and evaluation, incentives, employment, placement and training, employee services, labor relations and government regulations. Prerequisite: MAN 301. Robert Tropea. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAN 406 - Entrepreneurship - ONLINE

A course designed to build upon the small business management skills acquired through the Small Business Management course. Emphasis is upon the application of these skills in the process of discovery, evaluation and entry into entrepreneurial opportunities. Prerequisite: MAN 221, senior standing, or permission of instructor. Robert Tropea. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAR 101 - Marketing & Entrepreneurship - Interactive Television – M 9:00-10:15AM or ONLINE

An overview of marketing as an organizational and societal function stressing the application of marketing concepts and principles in entrepreneurship and realistic business situations. Students learn to analyze, plan, implement and control marketing strategies. Topics include product development and management, distribution, promotion, pricing, marketing research, consumer behavior, and external environments. James Lenke. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAR 315 - Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations - Interactive Television – Th 5:30-6:45PM or ONLINE

Marketing as a subject of growing interest to managers of public and private nonprofit organizations. The concepts, tools and models that have worked effectively to manage products and services in the profit sector that are becoming increasingly relevant to the management of products and services in the nonprofit sector are covered. The course is concerned with a host of problems nonprofit organizations face that would be analyzed as straightforward marketing problems if found in the profit sector. Prerequisite: MAR 101. Stanley Meader. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAR 323 - Personal Selling - ONLINE

Insights into the theories, principles, methods and techniques of creative personal selling. Emphasis is placed on interpersonal skills, ethics, and viewing sales in their natural setting as an event where both buyer and seller benefit. Students learn those aspects of sales management that make it distinct from generic management. Prerequisite: MAR 101 or permission of instructor. Robert Tropea. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAR 406 - Marketing Research - ONLINE

A study of the marketing research process that gives the student a tool to enhance his or her ability to make marketing management decisions. Topics include research project formulation, research designs, secondary data, sampling techniques, data collection, editing, coding, tabulation, data analysis, report writing, and communication. Prerequisite: 9 cr in marketing and MAT 113. Kevin Athearn. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAT 102 - Intermediate Algebra - Interactive Television – T/Th 7:00-8:15PM or ONLINE

A course in the language and skills used for quantitative problem solving in all fields of inquiry and for subsequent work in mathematics. Topics include quadratic, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications and solutions to equations and inequalities. Prerequisite: demonstrated proficiency in MAT 012. Proctored, onsite exams. Philip Loud. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAT 113 - Intro to Statistics - Interactive Television - ONLINE

Designed for students who need a reading knowledge of introductory statistical concepts, this course focuses on basic concepts and methods of statistics: data analysis, data production, and statistical inference. Data analysis concerns the methods for exploring, organizing, and describing data. Data production looks at methods for producing data to answer specific questions. Statistical inference moves beyond the data to draw conclusions about a wider universe, taking into account that conclusions are uncertain. To describe and understand statistical inference, a limited introduction to probability is presented. The class is taught in a computer classroom using statistical software extensively for classroom demonstration, homework assignments, and student tutorials. Prerequisite: MAT 012 or equivalent. Cynthia Roberts. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAT 200 - Topics in Advanced Math: Geometry for Teachers - ONLINE

This course will examine concepts in Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries. Course topics include: area and volume, 2 and 3 dimensional perspectives, congruence and similarity, properties of and relationships among geometric shapes and structures. Students will investigate graphing, vectors, motion and symmetry. Students will engage in course concepts through proofs, problem solving, dynamic geometric software, and through activities used in secondary and middle school mathematics. Throughout the course students will be given opportunities to relate the mathematical concepts studied to the mathematical concepts they will be teaching. Topics of study include advanced approach to fundamental properties of Euclidean and other Euclidean geometers. Study to include properties of plane and space figures; tessellations; symmetry; Geogebra exploration; nonstandard, English, and metric units of measure; area and perimeter; volume and surface area; estimations and approximations of measurements; constructions; congruence and similarity mappings; problem solving using geometric and algebraic skills, and applications requiring calculators and computers. Manipulatives and models are used to illustrate concepts and properties of geometry. This content course is geared for preservice (counts towards 3 of the required 24 credits) and inservice mathematics educators (30 hours of professional development). Prerequisite: Instructor permission required to register. Proctored, onsite final exam. Philip Loud. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MAT 200 - Topics in Advanced Math: Number Theory for Teachers - ONLINE

This course examines the structures and properties of mathematics while focusing on the development of mental mathematics strategies and problem solving skills. Includes sets, functions, applications of rational numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, and number theory. Utilizes appropriate grade level techniques to investigate algorithms, probability and statistics, counting techniques, scientific notation, complex numbers, exponents, geometry, and measurement. Course includes investigation of ratio, proportion, data analysis, patterns, and the connections to algebra and geometry topics in the context of the 5-12 grades mathematics curriculum. This study will include unique factorization, arithmetic functions, linear and quadratic congruence's, quadratic reciprocity law, quadratic forms, introduction to algebraic numbers. This content course is geared for preservice (counts towards 3 of the required 24 credits) and inservice mathematics educators (30 hours of professional development). CR3 Prerequisite: Instructor permission required to register. Philip Loud. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

MTR 101 - Meteorology - ONLINE

An introduction to the study of weather and weather-related phenomena including solar radiation, temperature, moisture, winds, air pressure, air masses, weather patterns, weather analysis, weather forecasting, climate, weather instruments, and computers. Upon completion of this course, a student should have a qualitative understanding of how many of the basic principles of physics, chemistry and mathematics are applied in meteorology; an ability to relate personal weather observations to data received from weather instruments and analyzed on standard weather charts; and a new set of general data analysis skills. The course is delivered asynchronously and the Web is used extensively. Louis McNally. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PHI 201 - Ethics - Interactive Television – W 7:00-9:45PM or ONLINE

An examination of the task of ethics to elucidate the concept of the good life; to investigate ideas of obligation, duty, and responsibility; and to decide what ought to be done. The student explores traditional themes of right conduct. Through readings and discussions, these themes are applied to relevant contemporary issues such as war and terrorism, the connections between business and environmental ethics, sexuality, suicide and euthanasia and drug use. Prerequisite: ENG 101. Thomas Halkett. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 104 - Fundamentals of Animal-Assisted Therapy - ONLINE

Introduction to animal-assisted therapy, including history and evidence-based research. The course will cover physical (i.e. fine and gross motor skills, balance and other mobility issues) and psychological benefits from animal-assisted activities, education (i.e. Reading with Rover) and intervention. Guidance on using animal-assisted therapy with children, families and the elderly, in counseling and psychotherapy settings and for treating a variety of specific disorders will be provided. Students will learn how to design and implement animal-assisted interventions and about the efficacy of animal-assisted therapy with different disorders and patient populations. The importance of species selection for therapeutic modalities, animal care and zoonotic concerns are addressed. Katherine Hecht. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 110 - Intro to Psychology - ONLINE

An introduction to the scientific study of behavior including a survey of all the major areas of inquiry pursued by psychologists-history, methods, physiological aspects, perception, learning, memory, cognition, emotion, motivation, consciousness, personality, abnormal behavior and therapies, and social processes. Unless otherwise noted, this course is a prerequisite to all other psychology courses. Uriah Anderson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 211 - Intro to Behavior & Community Mental Health Systems - ONLINE

This course will review systems of care provided by the state, as well as those provided by for-profit and not-for-profit entities, to serve the needs of behavioral health consumers. Essential components of this course include addressing contemporary public and social policy – and social services provision within those policies – including fundamentals of behavioral health care, child protection, and welfare systems. In addition, the course examines the history and impact of laws and regulatory standards that dictate these policies – and ultimately service provision in behavioral care for children, adults and the elderly. Both current practices and historical precedent are woven into a model represented in both its completeness and contradictions. Required for Provisional & Full MHRT Certification. Prerequisite: PSY 110 or permission of instructor. Lori Schnieders. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 222 - Psychology Professions & Ethics - ONLINE

This course provides an overview of the professions and ethics associated with psychology. Students will be introduced to psychology professions in healthcare, public policy, the legal system, education, research and industry. The American Psychological Association's Ethics code will be introduced, critically examined and used to discuss ethical tensions that arise in various psychology professions. The role of informed consent and internal review boards will be addressed. Prerequisites: PSY 110 or permission of instructor. Charles Crittenden. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 317 - Environmental Psychology - ONLINE

This course will acquaint the student with the reciprocal nature of the interplay between people and built and natural environments. Students will develop an appreciation for how factors such as geography, climate, temperature, noise, natural disasters, pollution, personal space, population density, crowding, urban living, rural living, structural design (institutional and residential) and work, learning and leisure environments influence human behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 110, or permission of instructor. Uriah Anderson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 320 - Learning & Memory - ONLINE

A study of experimental analyses of animal and human learning from various perspectives within psychology. Topics include conditioning; different types of learning; encoding, storage, and retrieval of memory; and neural mechanisms of learning and memory. Prerequisite: PSY 110, MAT 113, or permission of instructor. Uriah Anderson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 322 - Physiological Psychology - ONLINE

Introduction to the anatomical and physiological bases of behavior. Topics include learning, sensation, motivation, emotion, and psychopathology as revealed by a physiological perspective. Prerequisite: BIO 111, MAT 113, PSY 110, and junior standing; or permission of instructor. Lois-Ann Kuntz. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 325 - Motivation - ONLINE

This course is designed to survey theory and empirical research on motivation, defined as the factors that initiate, energize, direct and sustain behavior. This course covers the history and systems in the study of motivation, physiological and psychological needs, cognition, individual differences in personality and motivation, and emotion. Prerequisites: PSY 110 and ENG 101. Jordan Litman. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 327 - Chemical Dependency - ONLINE

This course introduces the student to basic information concerning chemical dependency. A survey of historical and present-day perspectives on alcohol and drug abuse and addiction in society and the workplace will be covered. The mechanism of drug action and the nature of addiction including the psychological, physiological, behavioral and social effects of alcohol and other drugs will be covered in depth. The role of the counselor in substance abuse prevention, substance abuse addiction identification and treatment will be addressed. Alcoholics Anonymous and other self-help groups, programs and treatment modalities are addressed. While the major focus of the course is on alcohol and drug abuse, substance abuse in special populations is addressed. Prerequisite: PSY 110 and PSY 211, or permission of instructor. Frank Lane. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

PSY 328 - Case Management - ONLINE

This course introduces students to case management as it is utilized in the health and human services fields. Case management is a process of assessing a client's needs, and planning and facilitating their connections with health and human services and other resources. Case management includes education, advocacy and networking with providers and services across many disciplines. This course will introduce students to the skills and responsibilities central to case management, as well as professional, legal, and ethical issues that impact this service. This course is required for full MHRT certification. Prerequisite: PSY 211 or permission of instructor. Lori Schnieders. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

REM 212 - Wilderness First Responder - ONLINE

This course will provide outdoor leaders and enthusiasts with the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with medical and traumatic emergencies in remote settings. Applicable to expedition work, camping, backpacking, guiding, rangers and recreational travelers. Successful completion of this 72-hour course carries a three-year certification through the Wilderness Medical Associates and exceeds the Maine Guide’s requirements for medical training. Prerequisite: Students must have CPR certification or be concurrently enrolled in a course that will be completed by the time the WFR course is finished. Instructor TBA. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

REM/WRI 414 - Grant & Proposal Writing - ONLINE

An introduction to the art and science of preparing grant proposals for nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on writing and research skills. By examining the nature and interests of granting agencies and applicant organizations, students learn the importance of relationship-building and how to match funding needs with appropriate grant opportunities. The preparation of mock grant proposals takes students through the entire grant application cycle of need definition, grant research, program and budget planning, proposal writing, submission/review/funding, and post-award administration. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. This course uses Moodle

SED 335 - Program Planning for Students with Disabilities - Compressed Video - Th 1:00-3:45PM or ONLINE

Students will develop an understanding of the process by which students are found eligible for special education services, and how to plan appropriate individualized education programs (IEPs) for students who are eligible for special education services. Legal and procedural requirements of program planning are reviewed, and an emphasis is placed upon applying evaluation results to the development of a professional IEP. Communication and collaboration in collaborative group work is emphasized. Prerequisite: SED 310 or permission of instructor. Heather Ball. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

SED 340 - Communication & Collaboration in Special Education - ONLINE

This course provides the special educator with techniques and skills for effective communication, consultation and collaboration with families, general educators, and other professionals. The main emphasis of the course is on understanding collaborative consultation as a process that enables people with diverse expertise to work together to generate solutions for educating students with special needs. The course will increase awareness of the framework and rationale for collaboration, the facilitating factors involved, and strategies for implementation. Prerequisite: SED 310 or permission of instructor. Kenny Bourgoin. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

SED 345 - Behavioral Strategies & Social Skill Development for Students with Disabilities - Compressed Video - M 4:00-6:45PM or ONLINE

This course provides instruction in a variety of behavior strategies, including the development of social skills. Emphasis is placed on students with disabilities in a broad range of educational environments. Proactive systems of behavior intervention, management and modification are examined to target specific behaviors while providing an environment that encourages inclusion, self-advocacy and increased independence. Methods of data collection and analysis are explored throughout this course. Prerequisite: SED 310 or permission of instructor. Lori Schnieders. Viewing video lectures is required for web-only class. Synchronous attendance of some classes is required using Skype. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

SED 370 - Reading & Writing for Exceptional the Student - ONLINE

This course will facilitate the development of competencies related to the identification of diverse reading and writing skills and the development of appropriate individualized instructional goals and methods for individuals with exceptionalities in reading and writing. A practicum experience is a requirement of the course. Prerequisite: SED 310 or permission of instructor. Christi McCurry. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

SPE 105 - Professional Online Communication - ONLINE

Students will investigate and put into practice the various styles and methods of communicating publicly utilizing online technologies. Students will learn the skills relevant to good speech communication: conceptualization, organization, techniques of generating interest, the use of audio-visual aids, audience inclusion and involvement and overcoming performance apprehension. Lisa Athearn. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. This course uses Google+

SSC 210 - Human Sexuality - ONLINE

An interdisciplinary inquiry into the historical, cultural and developmental issues in human sexuality. Current literature and research are reviewed. As this course includes an examination of sexuality, it includes materials that may be deemed explicit or provocative for many. Individual discretion is advised. Prerequisite: ENG 101, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Pamela Feeney. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

SSC 320 - Research Methods & Design - ONLINE

A course designed to nurture an appreciation and understanding for the manner in which any question of interest can be methodically approached and possibly answered by applying a set of sequential methods. Students learn how to find information, read journal articles, pose research questions, select appropriate methods, select participants, select appropriate designs and statistical analyses, report research findings, and do the above in the most ethical manner. The primary goals in this course are for each student to gain experience with conducting research and writing research reports for a community partner. This course includes a service learning aspect for majors in the Behavioral Science & Community Studies program. During the semester, students are expected to make periodic progress reports on their projects, culminating in formal (convention-style) presentations to the class and community partners. Prerequisite: MAT 113, junior standing, or permission of instructor. Uriah Anderson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. Access BlackBoard at www.courses.maine.edu

WRI/REM 414 - Grant & Proposal Writing - ONLINE

An introduction to the art and science of preparing grant proposals for nonprofit organizations. Emphasis is placed on writing and research skills. By examining the nature and interests of granting agencies and applicant organizations, students learn the importance of relationship-building and how to match funding needs with appropriate grant opportunities. The preparation of mock grant proposals takes students through the entire grant application cycle of need definition, grant research, program and budget planning, proposal writing, submission/review/funding, and post-award administration. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. Tora Johnson. Online computer use required. Computers are available at University College centers statewide and at sites by appointment. This course uses Moodle.

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