CMU Launches New Online Courses
Ten online classes from Central Methodist University, most of them not offered previously in the online format, are now accepting enrollment.
Two of the classes are offered for eight weeks beginning Monday, Jan. 14, and the rest will be held over a 16-week period beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22, according to Stephanie Brink, assistant dean for online programs.
For information about registration procedures, cost, or application processes, contact Ms. Brink at (660) 248-6639 weekdays, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Eight Week Classes
Orientation to Online (CMU190, 1 credit hour) - An introduction to the online learning program at CMU. It includes an introduction to myCMU, CMU's learning management system (LMS), which is the basis for the delivery of online courses at CMU; an exploration of the requirements for success in online learning (which may be different from the things that make for success in on ground classes); and a review of the academic resources available to online students at myCMU.
Personal and Community Health (PE210, 2 credit hours) - Education majors study the personal health problems and the safety education of students. Areas of study include growth and development, nutrition, sex and drug education, personal hygiene and how these areas relate to the students and the community.
Sixteen Week Classes
Art History II (AR188, 3 credit hours) - A focus on the pivotal role of art in the expression of human consciousness and culture from the early Renaissance in the 14thand 15thcenturies to the high Renaissance and Mannerism of the 16th century, the Baroque and Rococo of the 17th and 18th centuries, and on through the many styles of the modern world.
Introduction to Athletic Training (AT103, 3 credit hours) - Introduction to the profession of athletic training; training and conditioning techniques; and nutritional and environmental considerations. Open only to pre-Athletic Training majors.
Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers (ED290, 3 credit hours) - A focus on identifying, recording, evaluating, and changing social and academic behaviors of special and diverse populations. Theories of behavior management will be explored and various approaches to management including technological advances will be addressed. Developing classroom and individual behavior management plans will be emphasized.
British Literature: 1620-1790 (EN340, 3 credit hours) - A study of the poetry, prose, and drama of this period.
The American Way of War (HI320, 3 credit hours) - A survey of the American military during peace and war from the Colonial times to the present. Major American and world political leaders and their top military commanders are examined in their social and historical contexts.
The Vietnam War: An Introduction (HI354, 3 credit hours) - Vietnam was America's longest war. The class examines that war and all its ramifications. Covering the early history of Vietnam, to the years after the Vietnam War, the class places America's Southeast Asian conflict within a larger global framework.
Calculus and Analytic Geometry (MA118, 5 credit hours) - The differentiation and integration of algebraic functions and transcendental functions of a single variable, and an introduction to analytic geometry.
Methods and Teaching for Tests and Measurements in Physical Education (PE339, 3 credit hours) - Designed to study methods and techniques for testing and measuring the basic factors on which the performance of a wide variety of physical education activities are based.Major emphasis is on the measurement of skills, knowledge, and attitudes pertaining to physical education.
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