May and Summer 2013 Course Schedule (Interactive)

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As of 7/24/2013 10:00 am.  Changes to information will appear in red.

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Summer II Evening Session 2013 (July 08 - August 16)

NOTE:  STUDENTS MAY TAKE NO MORE THAN TWO COURSE UNITS IN SUMMER II (day and evening combined).

Summer II Evening Courses
Dept. Course #   Course Title Special Dates Rooms Days Times Gen Ed Notes Instructor Cost Register
ART
ART 180 E Painting I ART 9
M W
6:00 PM-10:00 PM
II.B, M6, 6d Johnston
$1344.00
q, a
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Emphasis on investigation as related to historical, individual and creative problems of space, composition, structure, and image. Com6d – Western or contemporary.(II.B, M6, 6d) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: ART 142 (Visual Foundations: Composition, Color and Design)
ART 280 E Painting II ART 9
M W
6:00 PM-10:00 PM
6d * Johnston
$1344.00
q, a
register
Continuation of the investigations and problems explored in ART 180. Com6d – Western or contemporary.(6d) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: Art 180 (Painting I).
ENGLISH/LITERATURE
CCEN 190 E Special Topic: Israeli Literature in Translation PPHAC 116
M W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
6d Gal
$1344.00
a
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Israel is a relatively young country: 64 years old, but it has ancient history in a renewed land. Modern Hebrew is a young language that for thousands of years served only for prayer. The amount of literature written in this tiny part of the world is huge and could be called PTDS literature since it is mainly war literature. Even when war is not on central stage, you can still hear the sound of roaring canons. Roaring canons have been, and still are, a rich source of inspiration for artists in general, and for writers in particular. Every generation in Israel has its writers voicing different opinions on the war with the Arab world, with the Palestinians, and dealing with an array of internal conflicts within the Israeli mixed society. Terror and suicide bombs are part of the Israeli existence. Many new voices express fear, rage, pain and black humor in numerous works. We will discuss the influence of war on different writers and filmmakers and will examine the special circumstances of writing in a revived language and country. (Com6d - contemporary or non-Western).(6d) 1 unit/4cr.
ENGL 212 E Introduction to Creative Writing PPHAC 116
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
M6, 6d * Gal
$1344.00
a
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Guided practice in poetry and fiction. Com6d – Western or contemporary.(M6, 6d) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: WRIT 100, CCEN 100 (Professional Communication), or equivalent, and permission of instructor.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
SPAN 105 E Introductory Spanish II PPHAC 233
M W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
F3, 3 * Yozell
$1344.00
a
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Continuation of Spanish 100. Designed to develop novice-mid to novice-high proficiency in reading, writing, listening, speaking. *SPAN 100 and 105 together fulfill the F3, I.B, or Com3 requirement.(F3, 3) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: Passing grade in SPAN 100 (Introductory Spanish I), or placement by the Foreign Language Department.
HISTORY/HISTORICAL STUDIES
HIST 113 E The United States to 1877 PPHAC 103
W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
III.A, M1, 6a # Fry
$1344.00
a
register
American society, politics, and culture from the first settlements through Reconstruction, including the colonial experience, the Revolutionary War, the new political order, transformation of economic and social systems in the Jacksonian age, and the crisis of the republic in the Civil War. Designed to give overall perspective and an introduction that can be followed by more specialized coursework.(III.A, M1, 6a) 1 unit/4cr.
History/Historical Studies - Online Courses
CCHI 123 OL History of Vietnam ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


M5, 6a Zimmerman
$1344.00
a
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This course will survey the culture and history of Vietnam from its ancient beginning to the modern era. Included is the colonial history by the French resulting in the First Vietnam War, American involvement in the Second Vietnam War, and the post-war communistic takeover to the present. Students will learn the methods of historians through work with primary sources. Com6a – non-Western or historical.(M5, 6a) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: Corequisite: WRIT 100, CCEN 100 (Professional Communication), or an equivalent writing course, or permission of instructor.
Interdisciplinary Studies - Online Course
IDIS 373 OL Contemporary Work Life Challenges ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


II.C.2, U2 * Brill
$1344.00
a
register
(Also Interdisciplinary 373) An exploration of the emerging theories and controversial issues regarding the relationship between work, family, and other life roles. Both the employee and employer perspective will be discussed within an organizational context, and from various moral perspectives. Students will also consider and react to the psychological adjustment and decision-making issues posed by the impact of work on one's family and life roles, and vice versa.(II.C.2, U2) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: junior or senior standing
MANAGEMENT
MGMT 226 E Legal Environment of Business PPHAC 233
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
Ravelle
$1344.00
a
register
(Also MGMT 226) Legal principles related to conduct of business and industry. Topics include contracts, sales, agency, business organizations, partnerships, corporations, pass-through entities, unfair competition, and cyberlaw. 1 unit/4cr.
Management - Online Courses
CCBU 216 OL Information Systems for Managing ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


Best
$1344.00
a
register
Structure and applications of information technology and systems in organizations. Topics: impact of information technology on organizations, ethical issues, technical foundations of hardware/software, management of data, and telecommunications. 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: Prerequisite: CCBU 161 (Principles of Management), or permission of instructor. 1 unit/4 cr.
MATHEMATICS
CCMA 107 E Statistics PPHAC 117
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
F2, 2 Ahmadizadeh
$1344.00
a
register
Introduction to statistical concepts and methods without the use of calculus. Topics include descriptive statistics, elementary probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, correlation and regression, estimation, and hypothesis testing.(F2, 2) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: CCMA 107 may not be taken for credit by students who have earned credit for ECON 156 (Economic and Business Statistics).
MATH 107 E Statistics PPHAC 117
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
F2, 2 Ahmadizadeh
$1344.00
a
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Introduction to statistical concepts and methods without the use of calculus. Topics include descriptive statistics, elementary probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, correlation and regression, estimation, and hypothesis testing.(F2, 2) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: CCMA 107 may not be taken for credit by students who have earned credit for ECON 156 (Economic and Business Statistics).
MATH 171 E Analytic Geometry & Calculus II PPHAC 232
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
I.C, F2, 2 * Bergstrom
$1344.00
a
register
Applications of the definite integral. Logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. Techniques of integration of both algebraic and transcendental functions. Parametric equations and curves given in polar coordinates. Indeterminate forms and improper integrals. Separable differential equations. Introduction to infinite sequences and series.(I.C, F2, 2) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: MATH 170 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I) or equivalent sequence such as MATH 106 - MATH 166 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I with Review, Parts 1 and 2).
MATH 221 E Differential Equations PPHAC 232
M W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
* Schultheis
$1344.00
a
register
Various methods of solution of ordinary differential equations, including first-order techniques and higher-order techniques for linear equations. Additional topics include applications, existence theory, and the Laplace transformation. 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: MATH 211 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III).
MUSIC
MUS 272.2 Chromatic Harmony

Baer
$672.00
c
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Extension of diatonic harmony: secondary functions, modulations, modal mixture, augmented sixth chords, Neapolitan chords, other harmonic enrichments, and jazz theory. 1/2 unit/2cr.
Prerequisite: Prerequisite: Music 171.2.
NURSING
NURS 360 RN Ethical Dilemmas in Health Care PPHAC 101
Tu Th
5:00 PM-8:00 PM
* Scholtz
$1394.00
u, a
register
This course provides the foundation of ethical theories and bioethics relative to health care.The relevance of ethics to decision-making within the health care system is explored. Ethical issues that affect health care professionals and individuals across the lifespan are analyzed. 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: RN licensure in PA, admission to the nursing major, CCEN 100 (Professional Communication).
Philosophy - Online Course
PHIL 120 OL Introduction to Philosophy ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


M3 Cantens
$1344.00
a
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Tasks and subject matters of philosophy, including major theories of reality, knowledge, religion, morality, and social justice. Attention to several classic philosophical texts as primary source readings.(M3) 1 unit/4cr.
PHIL 295 OL Special Topic: Ethics of Abortion ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


U2 Cantens
$1344.00
a
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Abortion in the first and second trimester of pregnancy was made legal in the U.S. through the landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in Roe vs. Wade in 1973. Over 45 million legal abortions have taken place from 1973-2005. For almost forty years, abortion has been one of the most socially provocative and controversial issues in the U.S. In this course we examine the moral arguments of the U.S. Supreme Court, the moral arguments based on women's rights, and the moral arguments based on the conception of personhood.(U2) 1 unit/4cr.
Psychology - Online Course
PSYC 373 OL Contemporary Work Life Challenges ONLINE COURSE ONLINE


II.C.2, U2 * Brill
$1344.00
a
register
(Also Interdisciplinary 373) An exploration of the emerging theories and controversial issues regarding the relationship between work, family, and other life roles. Both the employee and employer perspective will be discussed within an organizational context, and from various moral perspectives. Students will also consider and react to the psychological adjustment and decision-making issues posed by the impact of work on one's family and life roles, and vice versa.(II.C.2, U2) 1 unit/4cr.
Prerequisite: junior or senior standing
RELIGION
REL 114 E Jesus and the Gospels COM 213
M W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
II.C.1, M3, 6c Radine
$1344.00
a
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Background of the New Testament, formation of the gospels, non-canonical traditions, and the ministry of Jesus with particular attention to his teachings. Com 6c - Western or historical.(II.C.1, M3, 6c) 1 unit/4cr.
SOCIOLOGY
SOC 226 E Legal Environment of Business PPHAC 233
Tu Th
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
Ravelle
$1344.00
a
register
(Also MGMT 226) Legal principles related to conduct of business and industry. Topics include contracts, sales, agency, business organizations, partnerships, corporations, pass-through entities, unfair competition, and cyberlaw. 1 unit/4cr.
SOC 357 E Racial and Ethnic Inequality PPHAC 335
M W
6:00 PM-9:30 PM
* Rosen
$1344.00
a
register
Current and historical theories of race and ethnicity paradigms. Concepts of minority-dominant relations, assimilation, pluralism, strains of anti-racism, immigration, segregation. 1 unit/4cr.

Graduate Business Summer II 2013 (July 01 - August 16)

Note:  Classes will not meet Thursday, July 4, due to Independence Day Holiday. 

Graduate Business Courses
Dept. Course #   Course Title Special Dates Rooms Days Times Gen Ed Notes Instructor Cost Register
CCBU 532 GA Managing Health Care Organizations PPHAC 338
W
6:30 PM-9:30 PM
# Ramson
$2247.00
f
register
This course examines the unique environment of health care and the challenges confronting managers in that environment. Topics examined include marketing health care services, recruiting and retaining staff necessary for meeting mission, the strategy of health care services delivery, health care informatics, and decision making in the health care market place. 3 graduate credits.
Prerequisite: CCBU 218 (Financial Management for Business) or equivalent; CCBU 221 (Principles of Marketing) or equivalent; or permission of instructor.
CCBU 547 GA Integrated Logistics Systems PPHAC 233
Sa
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
# Kar
$2247.00
f
register
This course looks at supply chain management as a logistical system. Topics include inventory management and warehousing, including inventory turnover, process management, customer satisfaction, and investment recovery. Delivery issues, including sourcing vs. in-house systems, are examined. Measuring the performance of the entire supply chain is emphasized. 3 graduate credits.
Prerequisite: CCBU 216 (Information Systems for Managing) or equivalent; or permission of instructor.

Graduate Education Summer Intersession 2013 (June 17 - July 12)

See individual intersession classes for specific dates.

Note:  No classes held Thursday, July 4.

Graduate Education Courses
Dept. Course #   Course Title Special Dates Rooms Days Times Gen Ed Notes Instructor Cost Register
MEDU 614 MO English Education in London, Oxford & Stratford-on-Avon
For more MEDU 614 information, contact Dr. Joseph Shosh at jshosh@moravian.edu or phone 610-625-7964. Additional travel and accommodation fees apply.
7/1/2013 - 7/14/2013

* Shosh
$1326.00
g
register
Explore strategies for the effective teaching of English language and literature within the largest European capital, England’s oldest university city, and Shakespeare’s hometown in rural Warwickshire. Participants will examine the British public and private school system and visit key sites of interest to English teachers, including the reconstructed Globe Theatre on the South Bank of the Thames, Westminster Abbey, The National Gallery, the National Theatre of Great Britain, The British Museum, Oxford University, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Shakespeare’s birthplace, grammar school, and parish church. Written projects include a journal, theatre critique, and English language and literature unit plan. 3 graduate credits.
MEDU 674 MO ESL Program Specialist 6/17/2013 - 7/12/2013 PPHAC 302
M Tu W Th F
9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Sillivan
$1326.00
g
register
This capstone course in the ESL program specialist certification sequence explores the professional role of the second language teacher and includes a 60-hour practicum under the mentorship of a certified ESL classroom teacher and a college supervisor. Registrants will articulate a personal philosophy of second language teaching and learning, conduct action research in the ESL classroom, create a professional development plan and collaborate with general and special education school staff as they design and implement instruction commensurate to the ELLs’ proficiency levels. Taking on the role of the ESL program specialist, registrants will also demonstrate their ability to advocate for English language learners, their families, and communities; develop classroom activities that involve families; and model the use of culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogies. 3 graduate credits.

Graduate Education Summer II 2013 (June 24 - July 24)

Graduate Education Courses
Dept. Course #   Course Title Special Dates Rooms Days Times Gen Ed Notes Instructor Cost Register
EDUC 672 MO ESL Learner, Family & Community PPHAC 335
M Tu W
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Modjadidi
$1326.00
g
register
This course will examine behaviors, belief systems, and attitudes of multicultural and multilingual learners, their families, and school personnel in promoting a culturally sensitive learning environment and community. Research-based best practices will be explored, and emphasis will be placed on classroom/school implementation of strategies and techniques through action research methods. Comparison of other cultures and how they relate to the American culture in the areas of education, language, support systems, and the community will also be explored. 3 graduate credits.
EDUC 713 MO Facilitating School Improvement PPHAC 117
M Tu W
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
* Grove
$1326.00
g
register
Students enrolled in this course will develop a School Improvement Case Study, including a stakeholder analysis and invitation to participate. In addition, registrants will engage in an analysis of school context and student performance data; construct a consensual vision with stakeholder participants; apply school improvement research appropriate to the specific school improvement initiative; explore the alignment of challenges, vision, program and school improvement strategy; and prepare an implementation and critique of an action plan for the capstone project. (Three credits; Summer; Grove.) 3 graduate credits.
Prerequisite: Admission to Supervisory Certification Program with no grade in certification program of less than a B. Please note: A signed statement of approval from the Administrative Certifications Officer indicating your portfolio of work satisfactorily addresses the PDE supervisory guidelines is a requirement prior to registration for MEDU 713. Any standards not addressed in the portfolio must have action plans developed for implementation in the practicum.
EDUC 723 MO Organizational Leadership PPHAC 117
M Tu W
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Grove
$1326.00
g
register
Students enrolled in this course will develop a School Improvement Case Study, including a stakeholder analysis and invitation to participate; school context and student performance data analysis; construction of a consensual vision with stakeholder participants; school improvement research appropriate to the specific school improvement initiative; alignment of challenges, vision, program and school improvement strategy; and the implementation and critique of an action plan for the project. Please note: A signed statement of approval from the Administrative Certifications Officer indicating your portfolio of work satisfactorily addresses the PiL standards is a requirement needed prior to registration for EDUC 723. Any standards not addressed in the portfolio must have action plans developed for implementation in the practicum. 3 graduate credits.
Prerequisite: Admission to Principal Certification Program with no grade in certification program of less than a B.
MEDU 676 MO Literacy Assessment and Evaluation PPHAC 330
M Tu W
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Conard
$1326.00
g
register
This course is designed to prepare teachers to select, administer, and interpret literacy assessment instruments in an informed and responsible way. Participants will explore a variety of formative and summative tools, including norm and criterion referenced tests, formal and informal inventories, portfolio based assessments, and anecdotal records. They will also learn to align instruction with PSSA testing data and examine how to develop interventions and instructional strategies for students with literacy-related learning difficulties, including students with disabilities and English language learners. Additionally, registrants will learn about the multi-disciplinary team process and the reading specialist’s role in the early identification of students with learning difficulties that may be related to specific learning disabilities or to the unique needs of English language learners. Finally, participants will explore strategies for communicating assessment data effectively to students, parents, and other school personnel. Students will gain clinical experience and practice through one-on-one and small group work with participants in the summer reading clinic. 3 graduate credits.
Notes                    
See course description for prerequisites, corequisites, and other restrictions.  
# Blended course. This course will meet in classroom format on the day and time shown on the schedule. Each week there will be an additional, flexibly scheduled, online class session.   
% Important Information for ALL Education Department Field Experience Students - Please see document posted to website under Forms & Publications Download Center, Important Information - Education Field Experience Clearances.  
Tuition and Fees                 
a 4-credit course: tuition $1,273              
b 3 credit course: tuition $954.75              
c 2-credit course: tuition $636.50              
d 1-credit course: tuition $318.25              
e Non-credit course: tuition $385              
f MBA, MS-HRM, and Nursing graduate course: tuition $2,145              
g MEDU graduate course: tuition $1299              
       Applies only to students enrolled as graduate education students.            
h MEDU-1 credit graduate course: tuition $433              
       Applies only to students enrolled as graduate education students.            
i Add lab fee of $70              
j Add clinical lab fee of $300              
k Add studio art fee of $75 for supplies.              
l Add studio art fee of $100 for supplies.              
m Add studio art fee of $150 for supplies.              
n Add education program fee of $50.              
o Add education program fee of $100.              
p Add art trip fee of $50.              
q Art kit: fee TBA                
r Nursing-2 credit graduate course: tuition $1,430              
s Add clinical lab fee of $120              
t Add graduate nursing program fee of $100              
u Add RN to BS nursing program fee of $50              
  A student registered for any courses will also pay a $40 technology fee for the term.        
                     
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