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Summer 2010 Courses

Course details and syllabi will be posted as they become available.         
Schedule subject to change.  Check back for updates.
  Last updated 8/10/2010  7:50PM
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GROUP 1      Sat. 8:00-10:00, 12:40-2:40 & 4:30-630

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BUS/POL 5 Business Law I (D. Leese)

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BUS 176 Small Business Management (P. Milsap)

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ENG 1C  Freshman English (J. Johnson)

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ENG 195  Seminar: Faulkner   (M. Kidd) 

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MUS 142  American Musical Theatre (T. Douglas) syllabus
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HIS115A/POL 117A History of Political Theory (A. Leighton)

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RST 45/145 Contemporary Ethics of Justice   (L. Wright-Garry)

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SPE 10 Intro to Communication (M. Devine)  syllabus

 

GROUP 2         Sat 10:10-12:00; Sun 10:10-12:00 & 3:20 - 5:20

 

BUS 130  Principles of Finance (J. Robinson & C. Turner)

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CIS 1 Computer Processes & Applications (C. Chavez )

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ENG 143 English Lit: Beowulf to 1500 (J. Smith)

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HIS 1B  Western Civilization (J. Crawford) **

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MTH 10 Mathematical Ideas (J. Helston)

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PHI 176   Philosophy of Literature (B. Tregenza)

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PSY 167 Gender, Sex & Films  (G. Travis)

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RST 15/155A  Portraying Jesus (R. Rodman)

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Group 3      Sat 2:50-4:10;   Sun 8:00-10:00 & 12:40-3:10

 

BUS 131  Managerial Accounting (D. Burkitt)  syllabus

BUS 195 International Marketing (H. Hotzy)

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ENG 1A  Freshman English  (A. Drane)  

ENG 135 Classic Films as Visual Literature (L. Fossum)

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MTH 38  (W1) Elements of Probability & Statistics (J. Helston)

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MTH 38  (W2) Elements of Probability & Statistics (P. McDonnell)

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PHI 5     Intro to Logic   (B. Tregenza)

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RST 172  The Buddha & the Christ   (R. Cummings)

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SOC 106  Introduction to Psychotherapy (J. Gordon)

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SPA 33B Civilization & Cultures of Hispanic America (P.Otis)

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ON-LINE COURSES

 

BUS 177 Management Information Systems (K. Gosselin)

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SOC 13 Anatomy for the Social Sciences (A. Romero)

 

SOC 104 The Family (S. Harte)

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SOC/FLM 135  Mass Media (C. Bunce

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SOC 161 Dynamics of Majority-Minority Relations (P. Haldeman) syllabus

TRAVEL/STUDY COURSES

 

BUS/ECO 123 Andean Adventure: Peru & Bolivia (P. Antoniou & K. Whitman)  
HIS 193A  History in Shakespeare's Plays: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival  (F. Simonelli)

INT 95/195 Music and the Arts in Italy (P. Zaferes

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ONE UNIT COURSES

 

May 22-23

 

     BUS 193 W1  Personal Selling (Keith Gosselin)

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     RST 190E Religion & Sex (R. Cummings)   syllabus

     SOC/FLM 199: Working in Hollywood: There Really is  

     No Business Like Show Business  (L. Dauber)

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June 12-13  

     MUS 190 Enjoying Live Music in L.A: The Playboy Jazz  

     Festival*  (P. Zaferes)

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June 26-27

 

     BUS 193 W2 Revolutionary Ideas about Leadership (D. Burkitt) 
 
     FLM/SOC Intro to Video Game Design (K. Thwaits)  
     POL 193AA  Culture of Fear: A Sociological & Political Examination of Fear in the United States (C. Yun syllabus
August 14-15  
     BUS 193 (W3)   Advanced Presentation Skills (P. Milsap)  syllabus
     ENG 192 Screenwriting (A. Drane)  syllabus

     FLM /SOC 199  "War of the Worlds" Yesterday, Today

     & Tomorrow (C. Bunce)

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     PSY 167 (W2) Intro to Hypnotism: Theory & Workshop (B. Pomerantz)
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