Courses & Workshops

Courses listed below include include semester-based courses and Guided Independent Study (GIS) courses. Enroll in a GIS course at any time and take up to nine months to complete your coursework. Click on the course titles below for more details, including how to enroll.
Academic term Subject Area Catalog Number Section Course Title Location Start Datesort ascending End Date Instructor(s)
Open EDPSYCH 4186/5186 Studies in Forgiveness Online: GIS Web
Dr. Suzanne Freedman
Open STAT 1772 Intro to Statistical Methods Online: GIS Web
Michael Prophet
Open ELEMECML 4186/5186 Studies in Graduate-Level Writing Online: GIS Web
Deanne Gute
Open SOC 1060 Social Problems Online: GIS Web
Marybeth Stalp
Open ELEMECML 4123 Methods of Teaching Visual and Performing Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom Online: GIS Web
Denise Tallakson
Open SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology Online: GIS Web
Marybeth Stalp
Open ENGLISH 3186 Studies in Technical Writing Online: GIS Web
Kimberly Groninga
Open HUM 3137 Native Central and South America Online: GIS Web
Anne Woodrick
Open MUS HIST 3800/5800 Music History Survey for Graduates Online: GIS Web
Melinda Boyd
Open PH 1410 Basic Nutrition Online: GIS Web
Tammie Collum
Open INDIVSTU 4196 Interdisciplinary Readings: Critical Thinking in a Democratic Society Online: GIS Web
Rodney Dieser
Open CAP 3121 Creativity and the Evolution of Culture Online: GIS Web
Deanne Gute
Open PH 3250 Community and Public Health for School Educators Online: GIS Web
Susan Roberts-Dobie

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