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 INDIVSTU 4196 Interdisciplinary Readings: Critical Thinking in a Democratic Society Online: GIS Web
Rodney Dieser
Open SW 1041 Social Welfare: A World View Online: GIS Web
Katherine Van Wormer
Open INDIVSTU 4159/5159 Implementation of Work-Based Learning Programs Online: GIS Web
Ray Morley
Open CAP 3140 Environment, Technology, and Society Online: GIS Web
Ali Kashef
Open ELEMECML 4186/5186 Studies in Teaching African American Students: Empowerment Strategies and Approaches Online: GIS Web
Gloria Kirkland Holmes
Open LITED 1044 Children's Literature Online: GIS Web
Timothy Weih
Open STAT 3771/5771 Applied Statistical Methods for Research Online: GIS Web
Mark Ecker
Spring 2019 CRIM 4371 Topics in Criminal Justice: Comparative Criminal Justice Online: GIS Web
Qingli Meng
Summer 2015 SCI ED 6299
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Research Off Campus-Other: Arranged Jun 8, 2015 Jul 31, 2015

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