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 termsort ascending Subject Area Catalog Number Section Course Title Location Start Date End Date Instructor(s)
Open RTNL 4186/5186 Studies in Leisure Education Media Literacy and Celebrity Influence Online: GIS Web
Rodney Dieser
Open MUS HIST 3800/5800 Music History Survey for Graduates Online: GIS Web
Melinda Boyd
Open CRIM 2112 White Collar Crime Online: GIS Web
Gayle Rhineberger-Dunn
Open RTNL 4186/5186 Studies in Electronic Communication, Youth Development and Generation X, Y and Z Online: GIS Web
Christopher Kowalski
Open CAP 3121 Creativity and the Evolution of Culture Online: GIS Web
Deanne Gute
Open CRIM 2025 Criminology Online: GIS Web
Gayle Rhineberger-Dunn
Open MATH 1100 Mathematics in Decision Making Online: GIS Web
Michael Prophet
Open THEATRE 1002 The Theatrical Arts and Society Online: GIS Web
Kimberly Groninga
Open CS 1520 Data Structures Online: GIS Web
Mark Fienup
Open MUS THEO 1100 Introduction to Music Theory UNI: GIS Web
Heather Peyton
Open INDIVSTU 4159/5159 Foundations of Career and Technical Education Online: GIS Web
Jennifer Anderson
Summer 2015 SCI ED 6299
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Research Off Campus-Other: Arranged Jun 8, 2015 Jul 31, 2015

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