Spring 2015 SNL BA COURSE SCHEDULE

Spring 2015
SNL BA COURSE SCHEDULE
Updated: March 30, 2015
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Course Descriptions………………………………………………..
Degree Completion Major Courses ……………………….
Loop Campus courses…………………………………………….
Naperville Campus courses……………………………………
O’Hare Campus courses………………………………………..
Oak Forest Campus courses…………………………………..
SNL Online courses……………………………………………….
Faculty Designed Independent Studies…………………
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: See updated Schedules at http://snl.depaul.edu/academics/registration/Pages/UndergraduateRegistration-Information.aspx
HOW TO REGISTER: Login to https://campusconnect.depaul.edu/ – go to Add/drop a class in the Student Center. Enter the
five digit number for each competence you wish to register. You can register for two competencies in most SNL courses. By
University policy, all registrations incur the DePaul Athletic Fee. You must use a paper registration form to register for a Guided
Independent Study, Advanced Project and Externship when taken as a project with your mentor. Submitting a paper
registration form can only be confirmed using Campus Connect and not by telephone. See registration form at
http://snl.depaul.edu/academics/registration/Pages/Undergraduate-Registration-Information.aspx
Ready for Advanced Project? There are 2 options to satisfy F11 and F12: FA 303 Independent Advanced Project and FA 304
Advanced Project Course. If you intend to take FA 304, you should have the majority of your focus area competencies
completed, or Academic Committee approval that verifies such completion is forthcoming. If you prefer to take Advanced
Project as an independent study with your mentor, register for FAL 303 and contact your mentor.
ArtShares ILP Project: Interested in presenting creative work for an Independent Learning Pursuit in a supportive and
constructive group assessment session? See http://snl.depaul.edu/student-resources/undergraduate-resources/Pages/artshare.aspx
Continuing Activity Status: Register for this status if you are not planning to take any courses this quarter to remain an active
student. No fee. Use registration number: 32184
Course Descriptions: See http://snl.depaul.edu/academics/courses-and-syllabi/Pages/default.aspx
Courses in Other DePaul Colleges: If you plan to register for a course in another DePaul college, check with that college office
for registration information and pre-requisites, then register, noting the right quarter and using the 5 digit code for the course
and the SNL registration form at http://snl.depaul.edu/academics/registration/Pages/Undergraduate-RegistrationInformation.aspx
Focus Area Competencies: Completing F1 is a pre-requisite to registering for any other FX competencies. Please contact your
faculty mentor or academic committee if you have not yet completed F1.
Incomplete Grades are not automatic and must be negotiated with an instructor before the end of the quarter. See
Incomplete Contract at http://snl.depaul.edu/student-resources/undergraduate-resources/Pages/forms.aspx. Incomplete
grades not resolved within two quarters are converted to an "F" and may not be re-opened.
SNL Scholarships. See http://snl.depaul.edu/admission-and-aid/Pages/aid-and-scholarships.aspx
Summit Seminar: Summit Seminar is a final requirement that you are advised to take during your last term, just prior to
graduating. Your registration confirms that you have successfully completed all Lifelong Learning area competencies, including
current enrollment or successful completion of the Externship and the Focus Area Advanced project. . Your current registration
reflects the last competencies you need in order to graduate. If you are unsure of your eligibility discuss your readiness with
your academic committee. If you are cleared by your academic committee, register by Campus Connect. After Campus
Connect registration closes, use a registration form at http://snl.depaul.edu/academics/registration/Pages/UndergraduateRegistration-Information.aspx. Registration numbers: On-campus section, note this is a hybrid class that begins online at
https://d2l.depaul.edu on April 15. Seminar held on-campus May 17, from 9-4pm: 31786, 37965, 37966, 37967, 37968, 37969,
37970, 37971, 27972. Online sections (course runs May 11 – June 13): 32185, 32186, 32187, 32188 See also
http://snl.depaul.edu/student-resources/undergraduate-resources/Pages/graduation.aspx
Tuition: See http://www.depaul.edu/admission-and-aid/tuition/Pages/default.aspx
Withdrawals: SNL students who need to withdraw from courses should consult DePaul's Academic Calendar
http://www.depaul.edu/university-catalog/academic-handbooks/graduate/university-information/Pages/academiccalendar.aspx. Additionally, students who withdraw from 10-week late-starting classes within the first two weeks after class
has started should contact [email protected] for a tuition adjustment and students who withdraw from 5-week
classes within the first week after class has started should contact [email protected] for a tuition adjustment.
IMPORTANT DATES See http://offices.depaul.edu/oaa/Pages/default.aspx and http://snl.depaul.edu/studentresources/undergraduate-resources/Pages/graduation.aspx
Descriptions of New Courses for Spring Quarter
Loop
HC 221 – Public Speaking: How to Change Your Life – (Tues). LATE START. Begins 4/7
Public speaking is the #1 fear in humans. Mastery of this skill is critical to one’s professional and personal advancement. Being
able to confidently, effectively and enthusiastically deliver your thoughts and ideas to a group of individuals is a skill that
separates leaders from followers. We will explore creative ways to significantly enhance our comfort level speaking effectively
in front of groups. In an open, friendly, fun, enthusiastic and supportive environment, participants will be introduced to a
variety of methods to become much more confident with public speaking.
Since fear of speaking is the most significant roadblock to giving effective presentations, this will be a focus of the class. We
learned to feel this fear from our conditioning, which gave us disempowering values, beliefs and thoughts about this activity.
These values, beliefs and thoughts, which we subconsciously inherited and adopted as our own, are likewise responsible for
everything else that is or is not working in our lives. Understanding this power of our minds and our ability to implement new,
more empowering values, beliefs and thoughts, is critical to creating the life we desire.
This public speaking course will use Personal Development as the instrument to improve our ability to speak in front of a group
as well as identify shortcomings in our personal and/or professional lives and develop a plan for empowerment to make
significant changes in these areas. Students will have an opportunity to speak at each class as there will be 3 short prepared
speeches and impromptu speaking during other sessions. Competencies: H3C, H3E, FX. Faculty: Jack McLaughlin
AI 260 – Sharpening the Saw: A Writer’s Toolbox – (Tues)
Stephen Covey, author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People coined the phrase, Sharpening the Saw, which means
preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have--you. It means having a balanced program for self-renewal.
https://www.stephencovey.com/7habits/7habits-habit7.php . For writers, no matter how new or experienced they may be,
there’s always a need to ?self-renew.? Every blank page is an invitation to enhance one’s writing asset, for with each blank
page or new assignment the writing process begins again. What, then, are the tools successful writers use to enhance their
writing abilities, sustain their momentum, refresh their creativity and renew their resolve? What writing tools are better suited
for creative writing, business writing, journaling, or memoir? What tools do we already have that may only need repurposing or
remembering? Competencies: A2A, A5, FX. Faculty: Deborah Holton
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HC 217 - Hip Hop and the Politics of Difference – (Sat)
This course is a study of gender and contemporary popular culture. Few can deny the influence hip hop exerts; however, what
began as party music in the late 1970s has matured into a global cultural enterprise. Embedded in this enterprise is evidence
of an emerging political discourse that upends the compulsory scripts ascribed to black masculinity. Hip hop puts forward a set
of sophisticated counter-narratives that repurpose the anger borne out of the systematic alienation of black men from
attaining the full promise of American masculinity. The course will investigate the ways commercial hip hop facilitates the
(re)production and dissemination of black American masculinity post-1965. Students will examine the sociohistorical and
socioeconomic conditions from which rap emerges and continues to derive inspiration. Students will be guided through a
careful reading of Judith Butler’s Performative Acts and will use the work to wrestle with the ways commercial hip hop’s
consensual relationship with global capital complicates the project of black humanity fomenting a politics of difference.
Competencies: L7, H4, A1A. Faculty: Joy Boggs
O’Hare
IN 307 – Advanced Elective Seminar - Topic: Prophecy and Leadership - (Sat.)
Some prophets promise a future of prosperity and happiness. Other prophets speak out about institutional failures
and unjust practices. This course will consider how prophets in different cultures have viewed their callings and have
communicated their messages. We will identify some of the concerns that have engaged prophets in both traditional
and in modern societies. Specific issues that we will address include how prophets establish their legitimacy and how
various cultures have assessed the validity of prophets’ messages.
We will explore whether it is realistic to expect a leader to be prophetic and whether prophets can be effective
leaders. Our analysis of the interaction of prophecy and leadership will make use of several academic disciplines,
including history, psychology and ethics.
As an advanced elective seminar, the course will address how different types of knowledge can contribute to the study
of cultural phenomena. This investigation will focus on the validity of social science research, traditional and modern
belief systems, and reflection on personal experience. We will then apply these sources of insight to the relationship
of leadership and prophecy in such cultural domains as the economy, politics, the family, and systems of meaning and
values. Competencies: E1, E2, FX. Faculty: Kevin Buckley
Offcampus
LL 302 - Externship: Mindfulness Meditation Retreat at Starved Rock State Park (Spring, 2015)
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This unique hybrid course involves a four-day retreat (Thursday, April 16 through Sunday, April 19 , 2015) at the beautiful
Starved Rock Lodge and Conference Center in Utica, IL (1.5 hour drive from Chicago). Starved Rock Lodge sits high atop a
wooded bluff overlooking the Illinois River in the magnificent Starved Rock State Park. Every student will have a private guest
room in the lodge. There is a fee of $615 for the retreat, in addition to the 4 credit hours of tuition for the L-10 and L-11
competencies. All the other pre- and post-retreat learning activities will take place online during the Spring, 2015 quarter. See
the syllabus for more details. The pre-requisites for the course are completion of Foundations of Adult Learning and the L-4 and
L-5 competencies. The course will fill early. You must pre-register for the course by contacting the instructor, Michael Skelley,
directly at [email protected]
Mindfulness meditation practices are simple, relaxing, yet powerful ways of developing your mind so that you can to be more
fully and freely engaged in your daily experiences. The approaches to mindfulness meditation that you will learn in this course
are related to Buddhist traditions, but also draw from contemporary insights in neuroscience, psychology and philosophy. No
prior experience with meditation is necessary for this course.
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Degree Completion Major Courses
Courses for the Degree Completion Majors (DCM) are designed to complete requirements for two specific degrees: the BA in
Leadership Studies and the BA in Applied Behavioral Sciences. SNL DCM students are SNL students but they are not
competence-based, individualized focus area students. They are SNL DCM students. SNL Individualized Focus Area students
are, however, welcome to take selected DCM classes only if they offer competencies students can use. There are no
negotiated competencies in DCM courses.
DCM students should register using the Class Nbr for DCM. All other SNL students should register using the Class Nbr assigned
to a competence.
All online DCM courses are held in Desire2Learn, the university’s learning management system. To access them, use your
Campus Connect userID and Password to log in at: https://d2l.depaul.edu
Subj
DCM
Course #
301
Course
Effective Leadership in a
Changing Professional
Environment
Campus
Instructor
StandberryWallace,
Miranda
LOOP
Wegierek,
Anna Maria
DCM
323
The Psychology of Aging
and the Aged
330
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
301
Effective Leadership in a
Changing Professional
Environment
LOOP
Prusik, Amelie
DCM
DCM
DCM
DCM
330
304
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
Evolving Professional
Ethics
LOOP
Kosiarek,
Renee
DCM
H3D
FX
36574
36575
36576
4 – DCM
2 – H3X
2 – S2X
DCM
H3X
S2X
DCM
H3X
FX
H2X
31800
31801
31802
31803
31806
31804
31805
36577
36578
36579
31807
31810
31808
31809
31795
31796
31797
4 – DCM
2 – H3X
2 – FX
2 – H2X
4 – DCM
2 – H3X
2 – FX
2 – H2X
Simpson,
David
4 – DCM
2 – A4
2 – FX
2 – DCM
DCM 31815
3 – DCM
DCM
DCM
H3X
FX
H2X
NAPERVILLE
ONLINE
321
Capstone Planning
ONLINE
DCM
322
Capstone
Project/Portfolio Review
ONLINE
Stevens,
Cynthia
330
4 – DCM
2 – H3D
2 – FX
Mirza, Zoaib
NAPERVILLE
DCM
DCM
Class Nbr
DCM
H3D
FX
DCM
H3X
FX
H2X
DCM
A4
FX
Stevens,
Cynthia
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
Credit
hours
Wozniak,
Kathryn
ONLINE
4
4 – DCM
2 – H3D
2 – FX
4 – DCM
2 – H3X
2 – FX
2 – H2X
31799
31811
31814
31812
31813
NOTES
Meets at the Loop
Campus, Tuesdays, 5:459:00pm, 3/31/15 –
6/9/15
Meets at the Loop
Campus, Tuesdays, 5:459:00pm, 3/31/15 –
6/9/15
Meets at the Loop
Campus, Tuesdays, 5:459:00pm, 3/31/15 –
6/9/15
Meets at the Naperville
Campus, Tuesdays, 6:159:30pm, 3/31/15 –
6/9/15
Meets at the Naperville
Campus, Tuesdays, 6:159:30pm, 3/31/15 –
6/9/15
Meets Online.
Meets Online. DCM
admission required.
Meets Online. DCM
admission required.
Meets Online.
Spring Quarter at the Loop Campus
14 East Jackson Blvd, Chicago 312/362-8001
Classes meet from 5:45-9pm, unless otherwise stated
FX competencies must be appropriate to a student’s focus area
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
LL 250
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Robinson, Mark
L2F1 31701
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Cummings, Kamilah
L1
31990
LATE START. Meets
4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5,
5/12.
LL 250
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Yeo, Benjamin
L2F1
31702
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Strohschen, Gabriele
L1
31991
LATE START. Meets
4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6,
5/13
LL 250
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Davis, Nancy
L2F1 31703
LATE START. Begins 4/8
LL 260
Writing to Competence
Morris, David
L4
32015
LL 268
Writing to
Competence/Crime,
Punishment and the
City
Hayes, Nicholas
L4*
37472
A4
37473
A1A
37474
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Stanford, Ann
L1
31992
LATE START. Meets
4/16, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7,
5/14.
LL 250
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Gannon Cook, Ruth
L2F1 36833
Meets Alternating
Saturdays from 9-4pm.
Begins 3/28. Meets
3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 5/9,
5/23.
LL 140
Writing Workshop
Cummings, Kamilah
H3J
32055
HYBRID. Meets in-class
every week, with
additional D2L
assignments online.
Students must register
for L4, and may
register for one
additional
competence.
LL 270
Critical Thinking
Thomson, Rita
L5
31966
LATE START. Begins 4/7
LL 205
Quantitative Reasoning
Thor, Eric
L6
31981
LL 270
Critical Thinking
Scott, Leodis
L5
31967
LL 300
Research Seminar
Comeau, Ludovic
L8, 9
31977
(LRS)
OPEN TOPIC
LL 300
Research Seminar
Spellers Sims, Regina
L8,9
31978
(LRS)
Topic:
Communication
5
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
Sundays
3/29/15 – 6/7/15
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
LL 302
Externship
Nass, Karl
L10, 11
31658
(LEX)
Topic: Spirituality and
Homelessness HYBRID.
Meets in class 3/30, 4/6,
4/20, 5/4, 5/18, 6/1 in
addition to a required
online component.
FA 214
Entrepreneurial
Accounting: What the
numbers tell us and how
to use them for better
management decisions
Mahan, Bridgette
FX
32068
H2X
32066
H5
32067
L7
32065
LATE START. Begins 4/6
HC 178
Gender at Work
Lindsay-Ryan, Elisabeth
FX
36705
H3B
36706
H4
36707
L7
36708
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
FA 304
Advanced Project
Course
Buckley, Veronica
F11, 12 36723
(FAP)
DCM 301
Effective Leadership in
a Changing
Professional
Environment
Standberry-Wallace,
Miranda
DCM
36574
H3D
36575
FX
36576
SW 366
Expressive Arts
Therapy
Cantwell, Joan
A2A
32084
A5
32085
H3X
32086
S3B
32087
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
Downey, Shannon
E1
32005
E2
32006
HYBRID. Meets in class
all sessions except
4/29 and 6/3 which
will be online. Topic:
Leisure, Recreation
and Health
FA 304
Advanced Project
Course
Stanford, Ann
F11, 12 36733
(FAP)
SW 275
Body, Mind, Spirit:
Yoga and Meditation
Dolan, Maureen
A3B
32322
H3F
32323
S2C
32324
S3B
32325
HC 141
Coaching for Personal
Development and
Professional
Effectiveness
Weggeman, Jennifer
L7
32102
FX
32103
LATE START. Meets
5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27,
6/3. Can only be taken
for one competence.
6
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
Sundays
3/29/15 – 6/7/15
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
Chen, Joseph
E1
32007
E2
32008
Topic: Oops I Did it
Again: A
Biopsychosocial
Approach to the
Change Process
FA 304
Advanced Project
Course
Paulson, Ed
F11, 12 36834
(FAP)
AI 185
The Beatles and the
Creative Process
Kimsey, John
A5
32117
H2G
32118
A1X
32119
A3X
32120
S3F
32121
SW 275
Body, Mind, Spirit:
Yoga and Meditation
Dolan, Maureen
A3B
31783
H3F
31781
S2C
31782
S3B
31784
AI 121
Art and Memory:
Scrapbooking
LoSardo, Betta &
Sandy, Pamela
A1X
32141
A2X
32139
A5
32140
HYBRID. Meets for 2
Saturdays, 4/11 &
4/18, from 9-4p, with
an online discussion.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
AI 168
Art and Memory II: Art
Journal
LoSardo, Betta &
Sandy, Pamela
A1X
36824
A2X
32142
A5
32143
HYBRID. Meets 2
Saturdays, 5/16 &
5/30, from 9-4p, with
one field trip and one
online discussion. Can
only be taken for one
competence.
AI 342
Learning Art History
Through the Art
Institute of Chicago
Cunniff, Joseph
A1X
32151
A3D
32152
H2B
32153
Meets from 1-4:15pm
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
SW 361
Introduction to Computer
Productivity
Khananu, Zaya
FX
32069
S5
32070
Meets 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20,
4/27. Can only be taken for
one competence.
AI 313
Race and Identity in
American Theater
Wellisch, Fred
A1X
36701
A5
36702
H4
36703
A2X
37563
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
FA 236
Marketing You:
Communicating Your
Professional Identity On
and Offline
Spellers Sims, Regina
FX
36718
H2D
36720
H3X
36719
S1X
36717
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
HC 293
Court Structure &
Common Law – Exploring
the Rights of Employers
and Employees
Hartigan, Russell
FX
32104
H1X
32105
H2C
32106
H4
32107
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
HC 213
Global Business,
Technology and the United
Nations
Szczerba, Patricia & Kamal,
Ambassador Ahmad
FX
31758
H1C
31759
H2A
31761
H5
31760
S3A
31763
HC 232
Leadership Across the
Globe
Gilmore, Greg
FX
36800
H1X
36801
H5
36799
SW 206
Nutrition and Biological
Development
Stifter, Patricia
S2A
32127
S2C
32128
S2D
32129
S3B
32130
S4
32131
AI 257
Engage for Change: Get
Informed, Involved and
Connected
Lindsay-Ryan, Elisabeth
A4
32062
FX
32064
H2B
32063
L3
32061
DCM 330
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
Prusik, Amelie
DCM
31803
H3X
31806
FX
31804
H2X
31805
FA 270
Starting Up and Running
Your Own Business
Nowak, Thomas
FX
36727
H1X
36728
Meets 4/1, 4/8, 4/15,
4/22, 4/29. Can only be
taken for one
competence.
AI 265
Morality of Money
Gesiakowska, Joann
A3C
32205
FX
32208
H5
32206
S3X
32207
DCM 323
The Psychology of Aging
and the Aged
Wegierek, Anna Maria
DCM
31800
H3X
31801
S2X
31802
SW 231
Urban Dirt
Martin, Akilah
H2X
32112
S1X
32113
S2X
32114
S4
32115
HC 362
Poverty, Policy and the
Economy: Poor in the USA
Enenbach, Mark
FX
32134
H1X
32132
H4
32133
L3
32135
HYBRID. Meets in-class on
4/2, 4/9, 4/30, 5/21 and
6/4. Flexible online
sessions are scheduled for
the weeks of 4/16, 4/23,
5/7, 5/14 ,5/28 and 6/11.
AI 254
Resistance during the
Holocaust and World War II
Kimble, Sara
A1X
36754
A3X
36755
H2X
36756
H5
36753
LATE START. Begins 4/6
AI 255
Self Exploration: Inside
Ourselves, Outside with
Others
Skorupa, Kenn
A3X
32010
H3X
32011
L7
32009
S3X
32012
HYBRID. LATE START. Meet
in class or login to live video
4/6, 5/4, 6/1, 5:45pm to
9pm, CDT, Loop Campus.
Students from all campuses
can participate via live video
option
AI 296
Stage Playing
Starrs, John
A1X
32071
A2X
32072
A5
32073
H3E
32074
HC 221
Public Speaking: How to
Change Your Life
McLaughlin, Jack
FX
36726
H3C
36725
H3E
36724
LATE START. Begins 4/7
NEW COURSE
7
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
HC 217
Hip Hop and the Politics of
Difference
Boggs, Joy
A1A
36831
H4
36830
L7
36829
Meets from 9-12:15 pm.
NEW COURSE
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
AI 260
Sharpening the Saw: A
Writer’s Toolbox
Holton, Deborah
A5
36714
FX
36715
A2A
36716
NEW COURSE
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
8
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
Spring Quarter at the Naperville Campus
150 W. Warrenville, Naperville 630/548-9378
Classes meet from 6:15-9:30pm, unless otherwise stated.
FX competencies must be appropriate to a student’s focus area
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Komornick, Janine
L1 31987
LATE START. Meets
4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4,
5/11
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
DCM 301
Effective Leadership
in a Changing
Professional
Environment
Kosiarek, Renee
DCM
36577
H3D
36578
FX
36579
LL 260
Writing to
Competence
Wozniak, Kathryn
L4 36839
HYBRID. Meets oncampus 3/30, 4/6,
4/20, 5/4, 5/18, 6/1.
Meets online 4/13,
4/27, 5/11, 5/26.
DCM 330
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
Mirza, Zoaib
DCM
31807
H3X
31810
FX
31808
H2X
31809
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
Matamonasa, Arieahn
E1
36845
E2
36846
FX
36849
A4
36847
S4
36848
Topic: The History,
Science and Psychology
of Human Animal
relationships. Students
may register for any two
competencies.
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
LL 250
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Matamonasa, Arieahn
L2F1
31654
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
LL 302
Externship
Sims, Cynthia
L10, L11
31657
(LEX)
LATE START. Meets
Alternating Saturdays,
4/11, 5/9, 5/30, 6/6 from 94pm with a D2L session on
4/25.
LL 205
Quantitative Reasoning
Prusko, John
L6
31979
AI 366
Expressing Yourself
Through Paint
Kozlowski, Phyllis
A1D
32001
A2A
32002
A5
32003
A1X
32004
Meets from 9-12:15pm
FA 248
History of American
Business
Lockerby, Mary Lou
A3D
36835
A4
36836
FX
36837
H1X
36838
9
Spring Quarter at the O’Hare Campus
8770 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, 312/476-3600
Classes meet from 6:15-9:30pm, unless otherwise stated.
FX competencies must be appropriate to a student’s focus area
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
SW 269
Energy and Health
Orlando, Gina
H2F
32031
S2X
32030
S3D
32028
S4
32029
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
LL 140
Writing Workshop
Gaddam, Amanda
H3J
36877
HYBRID. Meets in-class
4/7, 4/21, 5/5, 5/19, 6/2.
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Bono, Shirley
L1
31989
LATE START. Meets 4/15,
4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
LL205
Quantitative Reasoning
Khananu, Zaya
L6
31980
LATE START. Begins 4/9
FA 224
Homeland Security in the
21st Century
Luma, Tania
LL 260
Writing to Competence
Gaddam, Amanda
L4
32014
HYBRID. Meets in-class
3/31, 4/14, 4/28, 5/12,
5/26, 6/9.
FA 318
Understanding Financial
Statements
Paulson, Ed
A4
32052
FX
32054
H2X
32053
FA 304
Advanced Project Course
Udoh, Isidore
F11, 12
36891
(FAP)
FX
36874
H4
36875
L7
36876
LATE START. Meets 5/4,
5/11, 5/18, 6/1, 6/8. Can
only be taken for one
competence.
LL 300
Research Seminar
Downing, Kevin
L8,9 (LRS)
31976
SW 371
Dinosaurs
Downing, Kevin
S1B
36904
S2A
36905
S4
36906
Meets 4/2, 4/9, 4/16,
4/23, 4/30. Can only be
taken for one
competence.
FA 386
Exploring the Nonprofit
Workplace
Ugarte-Ramos, Maria
A3C
36897
FX
36900
H1H
36898
H2A
36899
LATE START. Begins 4/9
Topic: Innovation
SW 230
Understanding &
Applying Project
Management
Ratza, Cliff
FX
36896
H2X
36893
L7
36892
S3X
36894
S5
36895
10
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
Buckley, Kevin
E1
36912
E2
36913
FX*
36914
NEW COURSE
Topic: Prophecy and
Leadership
*Students can register
for any two
competencies. Meets
from 9-12:15pm
Spring Quarter at the Oak Forest Campus
16333 S. Kilbourn, Oak Forest 708/633-9091
Classes meet from 6:15-9:30pm, unless otherwise stated.
FX competencies must be appropriate to a student’s focus area
Mondays
3/30/15 – 6/8/15
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
Grooms, Kenya
E1
36924
E2
36925
H4
37489
Topic: Parenting &
Family Support in
Socio-Cultural
Context. Students
may register for any
two competencies.
HC 201
Negotiating
Contracts: Strategic,
Legal, Ethical, and
Modern Technology
Considerations
Rocco, Pat
A3X
36919
FX
36922
H1D
36920
H3D
36921
S3X
36923
LATE START. Begins
4/6
Tuesdays
3/31/15 – 6/9/15
FA 319
The Value of Statistics
Hemmerling, John
FX
36928
H3G
36926
S2X
36929
S3X
36927
Wednesdays
4/1/15 – 6/10/15
LL 260
Writing to
Competence
Cummings, Kamilah
L4 32013
HYBRID. Meets inclass 4/1, 4/15, 4/29,
5/13, 5/27, 6/10.
LL 270
Critical Thinking
Rocco, Pat
L5 36930
LATE START. Begins
4/8.
11
Thursdays
4/2/15 – 6/11/15
Saturdays
3/28/15 – 6/6/15
FA 310
Women in Business
and Leadership
Mahan, Bridgette
A3X
37550
H3X
37551
H4
37552
FX
37553
Meets from 912:15pm
LATE START. Begins
4/11
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SNL Online Courses
FX competencies must be appropriate to a student’s focus area
Subject Area &
Course Number
FA 363
Course
HC 302
Active Citizenship
FX
H4
L3
L7
32193
32192
32190
32191
Reed, Susan
HC 302
Active Citizenship
FX
H4
L3
L7
36592
36591
36589
36590
Richine, Jean
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
E1
E2
31819
31820
McGury, Susan
Topic: Art Collecting
IN 307
Advanced Elective
Seminar
E1
E2
31821
31822
Stifter, Patricia
Topic: Pills, Potions,
Possibilities
FA 304
Advanced Project
Course
Advanced Project
Course
Advanced Project
Course
Advanced Project
Course
African-American
Studies in Critical
Perspective
FA 304
FA 304
FA 304
FA 387
Achieving Your Work
and Life Goals
Competence and Class
Nbr
FX
31818
H3X
31816
L7
31817
F11, 12
(FAP)
F11, 12
(FAP)
F11, 12
(FAP)
F11, 12
(FAP)
A3X
FX
H1X
H2G
H4
Instructor
Trondsen, Norene
36598
Grooms, Kenya
36599
Davis, Nancy
36597
Sims, Cynthia
38096
Ridd, Barbara
31829
31827
31830
31831
31828
Young, Atara
Hayes, Nicholas
AI 211
Analyzing Austen’s
Pride and Prejudice
A1D
A1E
A1X
A5
31833
31834
31835
31836
AI 211
Analyzing Austen’s
Pride and Prejudice
A1D
A1E
A1X
A5
31833
31834
31835
31836
AI 153
The Art of
Speechmaking
A2B
FX
37487
37488
Acerra, Patrizia
HC 299
Assessing and
Managing Conflict
FX
H3D
L7
31838
31839
31840
Delgado, Mary
AI 185
The Beatles and the
Creative Process
A1X
A3X
A5
S3F
32329
32330
32328
32331
Kimsey, James
AI 185
The Beatles and the
Creative Process
A1X
A3X
A5
S3F
31777
31778
31776
31779
DiCola, Chuck
AI 185
The Beatles and the
Creative Process
A1X
A3X
A5
S3F
32195
32196
32194
32197
Kimsey, John
13
Notes
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7. Can only
be taken for one
competence.
Subject Area &
Course Number
HC 239
Course
HC 239
Business, Technology
and our Global Future
FX
H5
S3F
37844
37842
37843
Szczerba, Patricia
HC 165
China: Money, Power
and the 21st Century
A3F
H1C
H1H
H5
31842
31843
31844
31841
Enenbach, Mark
FA 325
Connecting Thought
and Behavior in the
Workplace, the
Community and your
Personal Life
Consumer Behavior
Insights
FX
H1I
H3A
S3X
31848
31845
31846
31847
Skorupa, Kenneth
A2X
FX
H1A
H2G
31852
31851
31849
31850
Cowin, Halina
FA 209
Business, Technology
and our Global Future
Competence and Class
Nbr
FX
36615
H5
36614
S3F
36616
Instructor
Szczerba, Patricia
AI 315
Creativity and
Imagination
A3X
A5
H3X
S3X
31853
31854
31855
31856
Simpson, David
AI 315
Creativity and
Imagination
A3X
A5
H3X
S3X
36626
36627
36628
36629
Forster, Peter
LL 270
Critical Thinking
L5
36630
Robinson, Mark
LL 270
Critical Thinking
L5
31857
Murphy, Doug
SW 329
Database
Development for
Managing Information
FX
H2B
S1D
S3X
31862
31861
31859
31860
Hover, Todd
FA 211
Development of
Products and Services
FX
H2C
S1E
31863
31864
31865
Bascaran, Eduardo
AI 167
Digital Photography
A1X
A2D
A2X
A5
31770
31771
31772
31769
Stein, Hartwig
AI 167
Digital Photography
A1X
A2D
A2X
A5
32334
32335
32336
32333
Gitelson, Jonathan
AI 201
Dying and Death:
Facing Mortality,
Celebrating Life
A3C
A4
H3F
S3B
31706
31705
31707
31708
Nash, Kyle
HC 157
Economics for
Decision-Making
FX
H1C
H2E
H5
31871
31872
31873
31870
Verma, Shailendra
FA 105
Essentials of
Compensation
Management
FX
H3B
31875
31874
Kahdeman, Tyler
14
Notes
Course runs 3/30-5/3.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Subject Area &
Course Number
FA 105
Course
FA 110
Essentials of Training
and Development
FA 110
Essentials of Training
and Development
FX
H2X
36661
36662
Snyder, Deborah
SW 334
Everyday Chemistry
S1A
S1E
S3A
S4
31881
31882
31883
31884
Radlowski, Cecelia
DCM 304
Evolving Professional
Ethics
DCM
A4
FX
SW 292
Exploring Earth’s
Physical Features
S1A
S2B
S2C
S4
36663
36664
36665
36666
AI 152
Exploring the Art
Museum
Externship
31885
31887
31888
31886
31655
Kozlowski, Phyllis
LL 302
LL 302
Externship
A1A
A5
H2B
S3F
L10, 11
(LEX)
L10, 11
(LEX)
31656
Olison, Shannon
HC 253
Family Life: The Past,
Present, and Future of
Families
A3A
FX
H2F
H4
31890
31891
31892
31889
Sims, Cynthia
LL 250
L2F1
31652
Chen, Joseph
L2F1
31653
Kimble, Sara
HC 212
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Foundations of Adult
Learning: Developing
Personal, Professional
and Educational Goals
Global Leadership
A3F
FX
H1A
H5
31893
31896
31894
31895
Blockinger, Charlene
HC 212
Global Leadership
A3F
FX
H1A
H5
36671
36674
36672
36673
Blockinger, Charlene
LL 103
Independent Learning
Seminar
Independent Learning
Seminar
Independent Learning
Seminar
L1
31901
Davis, Nancy
L1
31900
Spellers, Regina
L1
32379
Cummings, Kamilah
LL 250
LL 103
LL 103
Essentials of
Compensation
Management
Competence and Class
Nbr
FX
36652
H3B
36651
FX
H2X
31876
31877
31795
31796
31797
15
Instructor
Notes
Snyder, Deborah
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7. Can only
be taken for one
competence.
Ramos-Torrescano,
Elizabeth
Course runs 3/30-5/3.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7. Can only
be taken for one
competence.
Simpson, David
Downing, Kevin
Hayda, Christine
Topic: Balancing One’s
Own Demanding Life
Topic: The Role of
Fitness in the Examined
Life
LATE START. Course
runs 4/12-5/16.
LATE START. Course
runs 4/12-5/16.
LATE START. Course
runs 4/12-5/16.
Subject Area &
Course Number
SW 361
SW 361
Course
Introduction to
Computer
Productivity
Introduction to
Computer
Productivity
Competence and Class
Nbr
FX
31906
S5
31905
FX
S5
31908
31907
Instructor
Notes
Murphy, Douglas
Course runs 3/30-5/3.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Course runs 3/30-5/3.
Johnson, Jeffrey
AI 282
Leisure for Well-Being
H3F
31909
Paden, LoriKay
AI 282
Leisure for Well-Being
H3F
31910
Leavy, Elizabeth
SW 367
Leisure, Recreation
and Health
A3D
H3F
H4
S1X
36675
36676
36677
36678
Downey, Shannon
SW 367
Leisure, Recreation
and Health
A3D
H3F
H4
S1X
31911
31912
31913
31914
Paden, LoriKay
AI 172
Making Poems: An
Introduction to Verse
A1C
A2A
A5
31915
31916
31917
Sullivan, Tom
HC 118
Making Social Change:
The Legacy of the
1906’s
H4
L3
37845
37846
Kasprzak, Erin
FA 113
Managing Change for
Organizational
Leadership
Managing Change for
Organizational
Leadership
FX
H2C
32201
32200
Joachim, Jill
FX
H2C
36682
36681
Joachim, Jill
FA 288
Marketing for the
Social Good
A1I
A3C
FX
H5
31921
31919
31918
31920
Hinton, Christa
AI 322
Problems and Issues
in Contemporary
Ethics
A3C
A3E
A4
FX
36684
36685
36683
36686
Alderson, Sue
AI 322
Problems and Issues
in Contemporary
Ethics
A3C
A3E
A4
FX
31923
31924
31922
31925
Alderson, Sue
DCM 330
Professional
Communication in the
Workplace
DCM
FX
H2X
H3X
HC 152
Project Management:
Tools and Techniques
FX
H3B
H3D
LL 205
LL 300
Quantitative
Reasoning
Research Seminar
LL 300
Research Seminar
FA 113
L6
L8, 9
(LRS)
L8, 9
(LRS)
31811
31812
31813
31814
31929
31928
31927
31930
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Course runs 3/30-5/3.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Wozniak, Kathryn
Lash, David
Vaynberg, Yelena
31931
Mosha, Ray
Open Topic
31932
Udoh, Isidore
Open Topic
16
Subject Area &
Course Number
SW 153
Course
SW 240
The Science of
Traditional Chinese
Medicine
SW 244
Statistical Reasoning:
Understanding and
Using Statistics
FX
H3X
S2X
S3X
31947
31944
31945
31946
Vaynberg, Yelena
FA 254
Strategic
Management
FX
H1I
H5
36690
36689
36688
Whitmore, Roy
LL 390
Summit Seminar
L12
32185
Murphy, Doug
Course runs 5/11-6/13
LL 390
Summit Seminar
32186
DeAngelis, Michael
Course runs 5/11-6/13
LL 390
Summit Seminar
L12
32187
Komornick, Janine
Course runs 5/11-6/13
LL 390
Summit Seminar
L12
32188
DeAngelis, Michael
Course runs 5/11-6/13
SW 352
Technology, Training
and Human
Performance
FX
H2X
S1D
S3X
36694
36691
36692
36693
Gannon Cook, Ruth
SW 217
Understanding and
Measuring
Intelligence
A3C
FX
H3A
S3D
36697
36698
36695
36696
Snyder, Deborah
AI 197
What was God
thinking when He
invented the
Universe
Widgets, Clicks and
Tweets
A3G
A4
H5
31948
31949
31950
Nash, Kyle
FX
S1D
31952
31951
Golas, Joann
Workplace Law:
Harassment,
Discrimination and
Civil Rights
Writing to
Competence
Writing to
Competence
Writing to
Competence
Writing Workshop
FX
H1D
H4
31955
31957
31956
Berger, Jana
L4
31960
Kutty, Nina
L4
31959
Gilbert-Levin, Renee
L4
31958
Schmidt, Kathleen
SW 250
HC 267
LL 260
LL 260
LL 260
LL 140
Science for Citizens
Competence and Class
Nbr
S1A
31938
S2D
31939
A3X
S1B
S3B
S4
L12
H3J
31940
31941
31942
31943
36700
17
Instructor
Notes
Mogerman, Jo-Elle
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Khalsa, Japa
Muller, William
LATE START. Course
runs 5/4-6/7.
Can only be taken for
one competence.
Faculty Designed Independent Studies
Prerequisite: You must be registered for or have completed LL 250 Foundations of Adult Learning. An FDIS satisfies 1 competence &
carries 2 hours of tuition credit unless otherwise stated.
Subjec Area &
Course Number
IN 363
Course
IN 233
The Ethnic Museums of Chicago: Cultural
Histories
A1B
H2B
37494
37495
Cunniff, Joseph
IN 231
Exploring Chicago Politics
37491
37492
37493
37490
Sautter, R. C.
IN 345
Externship: Animals in Contemporary
Life
A3X
H1C
H4
L3
LEX
(L10,
11)
H1B
H1F
L3
37502
37503
37504
Sautter, R.C.
Chicago Art and Literature
Competence and Class
Nbr
A1A
37505
A1C
37506
Instructor
Notes
Hill, Timothy
LoSardo, Betta
37501
IN 352
Eyes on the Prize: A Television History of
the American Civil Rights Movement
(Video-based course)
IN 238
The Juvenile Court System
H1X
H2X
31713
31714
Donnelly, Barbara
IN 368
Learning History at the Museum
H2B
H4
37509
37510
Davis, Nancy
IN 249
New York: An Historical Overview
A3G
FX
H1B
H1F
H1H
31559
31560
31558
31556
31557
Davis, Nancy
IN 261
The Parent Role
E1
E2
31715
31716
Heath, Harriet
IN 364
Planning, Design and Development
A2C
H1I
37507
37508
Hill, Timothy
IN 243
Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and Its
Effects
H4
H1B
H1I
A3A
A2C
FX
31561
31562
31563
31564
31565
31566
Davis, Nancy
IN 264
Voices and Visions: A Television Course
in Modern Poetry (Video-based course)
A1A
A1C
A1D
37496
37497
37498
Sautter, R. Craig
IN 266
Women’s Issues
E1
E2
37499
37500
Marienau, Catherine
18
Can register for both
competencies.
Can register for both
competencies.