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Summer 2016 Courses

Below you'll find a wide range of both online and on-campus courses offered for Summer 2016 through the College of Liberal Arts, listed by department. Check class availability, view schedules and register online through SalukiNet today!


Online Courses - Summer 2016

Africana Studies

AFR 310A: Peoples & Cultures of Africa

Anthropology

ANTH 104: Human Experience-Anthropology
ANTH 202: America's Diverse Cultures
ANTH 231: Intro Forensic Anthropology
ANTH 240A: Human Biology: Intro Biological Anthropology
ANTH 310A: People & Cultures Africa
ANTH 410N (952): Anthropology of Popular Culture
ANTH 415: Sociolinguistics
ANTH 470A (952): People & Cultures of Africa

Criminology & Criminal Justice

CCJ 201: Intro Criminal Justice System
CCJ 203: Crime/Justice/Social Diversity
CCJ 317: Intro to CJ Statistics

Economics

ECON 334: Health Economics

English

ENGL 101: English Composition I
ENGL 101 (953): English Composition I
ENGL 121: Western Literary Tradition
ENGL 204: Lit Perspectives-Modern World
ENGL 212: American Studies
ENGL 290: Intermediate Analytical Writing
ENGL 290 (953): Intermediate Analytical Writing

Geography

GEOG 100: Environmental Conservation
GEOG 103: World Geography
GEOG 104: Weather Climate Society

History

HIST 110: 20th Century America
HIST 112: 20th Century World
HIST 202: America's Religious Diversity
HIST 212: American Studies
HIST 366: American Indian History
HIST 367: History of Illinois
HIST 387A: History of Africa to 1800

Languages, Cultures & International Trade

FL 100A: Variable Elementary Languages
FL 200B: Masterpieces World Lit-Germany Switzerland and Austria
SPAN 140A: Elementary Spanish
SPAN 140B: Elementary Spanish

Linguistics

LING 320I: Language, Gender, Power
LING 415 (952): Sociolinguistics

Music

MUS 103: Music Understanding
MUS 106: The History of Rock and Roll

Philosophy

PHIL 102: Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 103A: World Humanities I
PHIL 104: Ethics
PHIL 105: Elementary Logic
PHIL 303I: Philosophy and the Arts
PHIL 304: Ancient Philosophy

Political Science

POLS 114: Intro American Politics
POLS 114 (953): Intro to American Politics
POLS 205: Political Thought
POLS 250: Intro to Comparative Politics
POLS 314I: Politics and Media
POLS 317 (980): Polling & Public Opinion
POLS 332I: Civil Liberties & Civil Rights
POLS 334: Const & Defendant Rights
POLS 352I: Ethnicity & Nationalism
POLS 416 (980): Senior Seminar
POLS 502 (951): Research Methods Topics
POLS 537 (951): Foundations of Public Admin
POLS 541 (981): Sem Applied Probs Public Admin

Psychology

PSYC 237: Psychology of Crime
PSYC 389: Seminar: Selected Topics
PSYC 402: Psychology and Medicine
PSYC 425: Psychology of Parenting
PSYC 431 (952): Advanced Psychopathology
PSYC 440 (952): Advanced Personality

Sociology

SOC 108: Intro to Sociology
SOC 108 (953): Intro to Sociology
SOC 215: Race & Ethnic Relations in US
SOC 223: Women/Men in Contemp Society
SOC 306I: Popular Culture in Society

Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies

WGSS 201: Multicultural WGSS
WGSS 201 (953): Multicultural WGSS
WGSS 223: Women & Men Contemp Society
WGSS 301I: Women in Sci Eng & Tech
WGSS 491: Special Topics
WGSS 491 (953): Special Topics
WGSS 496: Adv Special Topics in SDS


On Campus Courses - Summer 2016

Art & Design

AD 219: Beginning Digital Art & Design
AD 227: History African American Art
AD 317I: Contemporary Native American Art
AD 332: Computer Graphics
AD 403D: Advanced Sculpture I
AD 404D: Advanced Ceramics I
AD 472: Graphic Design III
AD 497D: Problems: Selected Topics
AD 499: Individual Problems

Africana Studies

AFR 227: History African American Art
AFR 215: Black Am Experience-Pluralistic Society
AFR 310A: Peoples & Cultures of Africa

Anthropology

ANTH 104: Human Experience-Anthropology

Criminology & Criminal Justice

CCJ 306: Policing in America
CCJ 460: Women, Crime and Justice
CCJ 492: Contemporary Issues in CCJ

Communication Studies

CMST 101: Intro: Oral Communication
CMST 301I: Communication Across Cultures
CMST 435: Topics in Performance Studies
CMST 493: Special Topics in Communication

Economics

ECON 113: Econ of Comtemporary Social Issues
ECON 240: Intro To Microeconomics
ECON 241: Intro To Macroeconomics
ECON 302I: History & Phil-World's Econ Syst

English

ENGL 101: English Composition I
ENGL 102: English Composition II
ENGL 119: Intro to Creative Writing
ENGL 290: Intermediate Analytical Writing
ENGL 291: Intermediate Technical Writing
ENGL 307I: Film as Literary Art
ENGL 436: Major American Writers
ENGL 481: Young Adult Literature

Geography

GEOG 104: Weather Climate Society

History

HIST 101A: History of World Civilization I
HIST 101B: History of World Civilization II HIST 315: Medieval Europe

Languages, Cultures & International Trade

LAC 288: Study Abroad Orientation
FR 488: French for Research
FR 123A: Elementary French
FR 123B: Elementary French
SPAN 141A: Intensive, 1st-Year Spanish
SPAN 141B: Intensive, 1st Year Spanish
FL 120A: Beginning Sign Language
FL 120B: Beginning Sign Language

Linguistics

LING 200: Language, Society & the Mind
LING 341: Intro to Intercultural Communication
LING 440: Topics in Linguistics
LING 586: English for Specific Purposes
LING 588: Intercultural Communication

Music

MUS 103: Music Understanding
MUS 104B: Aural Skills II
MUS 105B: Basic Harmony II

Paralegal Studies

PARL 325: Contracts
PARL 405: Advanced Internship

Philosophy

PHIL 102: Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 104: Ethics

Psychology

PSYC 102: Intro to Psychology
PSYC 211: Research Methods & Stats
PSYC 301: Child Psychology
PSYC 305: Psychology of Personality
PSYC 309: Psychology of Learning
PSYC 323: Organizational Psychology
PSYC 331: Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 569: Applied Research Consultants

Sociology

SOC 108: Intro to Sociology
SOC 223: Women/Men in Contemporary Society
SOC 215: Race & Ethnic Relations in US
SOC 461: Women, Crime and Justice

Theater

THEA 101: Theater Insight
THEA 300: Theater Practicum
THEA 322: SIUC Summer Theater

Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies

WGSS 223: Women & Men Contemporary Society
WGSS 476: Women, Crime, and Justice
WGSS 575: Women in Higher Education