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About WVSU

Founded in 1891, West Virginia State University is a public, land-grant, historically black university, which has evolved into a fully accessible, racially integrated, and multi-generational institution.

The University, “a living laboratory of human relations,” is a community of students, staff, and faculty committed to academic growth, service, and preservation of the racial and cultural diversity of the institution.

With the goal of improving the quality of our students’ lives, as well as the quality of life for West Virginia’s citizens, the University forges mutually beneficial relationships with other educational institutions, businesses, cultural organizations,
governmental agencies, and agricultural and extension partners.

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201901_ART_100_03_1003 – Art Appreciation

(3 Credit Hours)  This is a lecture/discussion/creating course
that surveys objects of art in the student’s environment and proceeds from the
comfortable and familiar to the international. The course uses lecture,
discussion, and student participation to introduce the basic concepts of Art
and Art History.

  • Instructor: MOLLY ERLANDSON

201901_BA_115_01_1041 – Business Information Skills

This 3 Credit Hours course provides an introduction into the functional disciplines of Business Administration: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing and Information Systems. The course provides a survey of the disciplines and will assist a student in choosing an area of concentration studies leading to a degree in Business Administration. The course will begin to build the skills necessary for a successful career in Business.
  • Facilitator : SHELLY CARROLL

201901_BA_209_02_1049 – Math Analysis for Business Decisions

The course covers mathematical concepts relevant to the application of quantitative techniques in business. The basic concepts of finite mathematics, linear programming, and mathematics of finance are the focal points. Many of the topics discussed will involve computer applications.
Prerequisite: Math 120 – College Algebra (Formerly Math 101)

  • Instructor: MICHAEL LEWIS

201901_BA_215_03_1056 – Principles of Accounting I

(3 Credit Hours) An introduction to the financial accounting cycle from analyzing economic events to financial statement preparation and use. The course also includes a basic study of the accounting for corporate assets, liabilities, and equities, as well as financial statement analyses. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101 and MATH 120.

201901_BA_216_02_1058 – Principles of Accounting II

This 3-credit hour course is a survey of managerial accounting and decision making. The economic ideas underlying managerial planning and decisions, accounting for the various manufacturing environments, basic budgeting, short-term decision making, and capital allocation represent the topics of coverage.
  • Instructor: SHERRI FOX

201901_BA_301_01_1059 – Organization and Management

To introduce students to the basic concepts in the organization and management of institutions. Emphasis is placed on managing in a contemporary context including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling while adjusting to change and maintaining effective performance.
  • Instructor: ALAN TILLQUIST

201901_BA_314_02_1073 – Cost Accounting

(3 Credit Hours) A study of cost and managerial accounting procedures and concepts as applied to service and manufacturing enterprises. Prerequisite(s): BA 216.

  • Instructor: MATTHEW CARROLL

201901_BA_420_03_2230 – Senior Business Seminar

(3 credit hours) An integrative capstone course focusing on presenting and understanding of the nature, formulation and implementation of strategy as it applies to firms and the environment in which they operate. The emphasis is on integrated organizational activities, encompassing top divisional, functional and operational levels, and including perspectives from marketing, accounting, human resources, leadership, policy, ethics and other functional areas of management. Computer simulations, case analysis, and participation in class will develop students’ skills in critical decision-making, collaborative efforts, and formal oral and written reports.

Prerequisites: Completion of 90 credit hours and all other core courses. Department chair or faculty advisor permission required.

  • Instructor: ALAN TILLQUIST

201901_BA_465_01_2231 – International Management

(3 credit hours) This course recognizes the importance of understanding the dynamics of diversity in modern organizations around the world in terms of clientele, human resource and ownership. To equip managers for the challenges of global demands emphasis is on strategic, socio-cultural, behavioral, legal-political, ethical issues as well as on the functional aspects of international management.
Prerequisite: BA 310.

  • Instructor: ABAINESH MITIKU

201901_BA_475_01_1093 – Change Management

The course introduces change management as a framework
that has evolved from a focus on process improvement using statistical tools to
a comprehensive framework for managing a sustainable business. The course also
surveys the analytic tools and techniques which are useful in the design and
operation of sustainable systems from supply networks to distribution channels.
The material is taught from a managerial perspective, with an emphasis on where
and how specific tools can be used to improve the overall performance, reduce
the total cost, while increasing the sustainability of the firm’s value chain.

Prerequisite: BA 301 and ENGL 20

  • Instructor: ALAN TILLQUIST

201901_BIOL_108_03_2217 – Environmental Biology

(Credit hours: 4) A comprehensive, issues based examination of the Earth’s environment, and humanity’s impact on it. Students will complete group discussions on various topics in environmental biology, and a laboratory experience consisting of a series of independent problems in environmental biology, in addition to mastering the standard lecture material. Does not count toward a major in Biology.

  • Instructor: Vasilios Dianellos

201901_CHEM_100_02_1207 – Consumer Chemistry

This course is a study of the basic rules of elements and their compounds. This allows you to develop an appreciation of the beauty of consumer chemistry. The course will involve a close look at the food we eat, the fuel we burn, and the products we use as health and beauty aids.
  • Instructor: Thomas Guetzloff

201901_CJ_101_02_2171 – Intro to Criminal Justice

This course is a survey of the history, organization, and function of the various components of the criminal justice system, which includes law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. The course includes an analysis of the decisions made in the justice process whereby citizens become suspects, suspects become defendants, and some defendants are convicted in turn becoming probationers, inmates, and parolees.
  • Instructor: Mark Addesa

201901_CJ_204_01_1159 – Juvenile Justice & Delinquency

(3 Credit Hours) A study of the law of juvenile delinquency and the administration of the juvenile justice system. Examines the historical development of the concept of delinquency, and the special status of juveniles before the law. Surveys the major theories of delinquency. Considers the legal processing of abuse, neglect and dependency cases.
  • Facilitator : KRISTINA RAYNES

201901_CJ_224_03_2176 – Punishment and Corrections

This course presents a comprehensive overview of Corrections as a “system” and is a review of the philosophical and historical roots of punishment as well as contemporary developments. Particular attention will be paid to Twentieth Century developments and evolving trends in the Twenty-First Century. Prerequisite: CJ 101.
  • Instructor: William Whyte

201901_CJ_330_04_2194 – Communication for CJ Professionals II

3 Credit Hours – This course is a continuation of CJ 320 and is designed to cover the issues related to the creation of written documentation in the three major components of the criminal justice system: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Students will be introduced to the various formats, styles, and organizational patterns commonly utilized in criminal justice reports and research. Students will become aware of the writing recommendations, guidelines, and accrediting requirements of criminal justice organizations. Emphasis is also placed upon professional writing skills; including report structure and construction, mechanics, grammar, and specific criminal justice vocabulary and usage.

  • Instructor: William Whyte

201901_CJ_425_03_2196 – Senior Seminar

(3 credit hours) This course is designed as a capstone experience for all seniors in the criminal justice major. The course content will vary slightly with each offering. The course will basically cover in-depth analyses of problems and issues in the criminal justice system. The course also will provide students with information about opportunities for employment in the criminal justice field and graduate school. The course will use up-to-date texts and articles from professional journals. Students will be required to complete a major research paper on a topic chosen by the student and approved by the instructor. Successful completion of the course with a grade of “C” or better is required for graduation.

  • Instructor: LEIGHANN DAVIDSON

201901_ECON_109_01_1303 – Introduction to World Economy

This course combines economic theory with geography to address critical problems of growth, distribution, and development, along with their impact on international business. It introduces the student to the global economy in an era of shifting borders, restructuring economies, and regional realignments. Recent geopolitical changes are vividly portrayed in a series of superb full-color maps and striking photographs.

  • Instructor: FREHOT HAILOU

201901_ECON_202_01_1308 – Micro Economics

Principles of Microeconomics (3 credit hours) is an introductory course concerned primarily with the functioning of specific parts of the economy. This course covers the theory of consumer behavior and firm behavior under varying degrees of competition; the determination of price in both product and resource markets; and application of the theory to current microeconomic problems.
  • Instructor: MARK WILSON

201901_EDUC_600_01_1355 – Principles of Educational Leadership

This course will serve as an overview of leadership theories and their application in the interest of school improvement. This is an introductory course in educational leadership. Focus will be on school and district level leaders and their roles in the learning process within the greater learning community.

  • Instructor: Mickey Blackwell

201901_EDUC_605_01_1356 – Addressing Diversity through Educational Leadership

This course prepares prospective educational leaders to administer various school programs for diverse student populations. Emphasis will be given to basic concepts, issues, regulations, problems and procedures in the management of special and compensatory education. Also included will be state and federal legislation and court decisions pertaining to special pupil populations and career and technology education.

  • Facilitator : KELLI EPLING

201901_EDUC_650_01_2040 – Internship

This field-based practicum will allow candidates to apply knowledge of educational leadership, educational law and policy, change, innovation, professional development, financial and human resource management, and data-based decision making for school and district improvement.

  • Instructor: Paige Carney

201901_ENGL_101E_06_1366 – English Composition I Enhanced

(3.00 credit hours) This course emphasizes writing and reading as elements of active learning and critical thinking. ENGL 101E is intended for students who are almost eligible for regular ENGL 101 sections as well as those who are eligible.

Additional Requirement of a Minimum of 10 Contact Hours of supplemental instruction for any student enrolled in the course with an ACT score below 18. Must be completed within the first 60 hours of college credit.

  • Facilitator : WHITNEY KOONTZ

201901_ENGL_102_05_1407 – English Composition II

(3 credit hours) This course primarily focuses on the research writing process for a broad academic community. It covers basic research inquiry, use of the library with electronic and nonelectronic sources and techniques of formal writing. Attention is given to argumentation and critical thinking skills.
  • Instructor: ANNE MCCONNELL

201901_ENGL_102_09_1411 – English Composition II

(3 credit hours) This course primarily focuses on the research writing process for a broad academic community. It covers basic research inquiry, use of the library with electronic and nonelectronic sources and techniques of formal writing. Attention is given to argumentation and critical thinking skills.
  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_160_01_1424 – Practical English Grammar and Usage

(3 Credit Hours) This course helps students improve their writing by reviewing the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Systematic attention is given to sentence construction, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary development, and self-help through effective use of the dictionary. Emphasis will be placed on the use of such skills in practical, everyday communication. (English 160 cannot be substituted for English 101 or 102.)

  • Instructor: Thomas Kiddie
  • Web Instructor: BARBARA LADNER

201901_GED_101_14_1971 – First Year Experience

First Year Experience is designed to help students develop the skills needed to be successful at WVSU and beyond. Course content includes developing college-level reading and study skills, career and major exploration, managing time and money wisely, building connections with faculty and students, awareness of campus and community resources, and increasing sensitivity to other cultures so students can effectively interact in an increasingly diverse and global community.

  • Facilitator : MARK PARSONS

201901_HHP_157_07_2152 – Healthy Living

Designed to inform, interest and motivate students toward good health as it relates to effective, productive and satisfying living. We will look at health as a dynamic, ever-changing process of trying to achieve individual potential in the physical, mental, social, emotional, spiritual and environmental dimensions. 2 Credit Hours

  • Instructor: MATTHEW BRADLEY

201901_HHP_350_01_2153 – Research in Physical Activity

(3 credit hours) This course is designed to be an introductory experience for the research consumer as well as the research producer in the health sciences. This course emphasizes developing conceptual understanding of using the scientific method as a means of problem solving, both as a critical consumer and as an entry-level researcher.

  • Instructor: AARON SETTLE

201901_HHP_354_01_1504 – Contemporary Issues in Health

3 Credit Hour Course – This course will examine the current thinking on a variety of health issues. Timely articles that provide students with a variety of points of view regarding health and the complexity of the issues involved will be used. Emphasis will be placed on the development of skills in critical thinking, reasoning, and effective argument.

  • Instructor: LINDSEY GOOD

201901_HHP_454_01_1511 – Theory in Health

This course is an introductory study of the various theories used in health education & health promotion and their applicability to health programming.

  • Instructor: LINDSEY GOOD

201901_MATH_111E_01_1944 – Mathematics for Liberal Arts – Enhanced

(3 Credit Hours) Problem solving, number systems, logic, consumer math, basic algebra and geometry, basic probability and statistics.

  • Instructor: XI ZHAO

201901_MATH_118E_02_2185 – College Algebra with Business Applications – Enhanced

(3 credit hours) Linear and quadratic equations; radical expressions; polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming; input / output models; applications to business and economics.

  • Instructor: XI ZHAO

201901_UNIV_300_02_1953 – RBA Portfolio Development

A detailed approach to portfolio development for the Regents Bachelor of Arts degree through the assessment of work and life experience. Students will learn to select, categorize and document various forms of personal and professional achievement and experiences. The course is required for anyone interested in pursuing the portfolio option in a specified academic content area.

  • Facilitator : MARK PARSONS
  • Web Instructor: MICHAEL HARRIS

201901_UNIV_305_02_1930 – RBA Transitions

(1 Credit Hour) A course designed to prepare adult learners for the transition back into academic study. In addition to strengthening career and life goal development, students will acquire management skills, appreciate support systems, and develop a plan of study. This course addresses specific issues and theories related to adult learners.

  • Facilitator : MARK PARSONS
  • Web Instructor: MICHAEL HARRIS

201803_EDUC_645_01_1204 – Action Research for Educational Leadership I

(3 credit hours) An introduction to research methods in educational settings. This course will allow students to determine how data can be used to make instructional decisions at the classroom, building, and district level.

  • Instructor: BRENDA WILSON

CJ 101 1808 Test

  • Instructor: Mark Addesa

ID Test Course

  • Instructor: Kristina Deonaldo
  • Instructor: James Rieber
  • Facilitator : Test Instructor

ADA Testing Course

This course is a study of the basic rules of elements and their compounds. This allows you to develop an appreciation of the beauty of consumer chemistry. The course will involve a close look into the food we eat, the fuel we burn, and the products we use as health and beauty aids.
  • Instructor: Test Instructor

Test Shell

  • Instructor: Sarah Howard
  • Instructor: Course Instructor
  • Instructor: Test Instructor

ART 101- Art Appreciation DEMO

This course is an introduction to the development of an appreciation of art. Special emphasis is placed on methods, techniques, and terminology that relate to art as well as artists, cultures, and art movements throughout history.

  • Instructor: Test Instructor
  • Instructor: Brett Maxwell
  • Instructor: test user
  • Facilitator : Admin User

Title IX Training

  • Instructor: Justin Cherry

SHORETEL TRAINING COURSE

Thomas Kiddie
  • Instructor: Thomas Kiddie

COMM 140 8-WEEK MASTER

An introduction to the basic technical and aesthetic elements
of the art of film. The class will examine the nature of
cinema and its relation to our culture and our lives through
analysis of its many components

  • Facilitator : DAVE BROCK
  • Facilitator : STEVEN GILLILAND
  • Facilitator : Marc Porter

FAKE COURSE–PRACTICE

Try new things in this course. There’s no way to mess it up. 
  • Instructor: TORRI HALSTEAD
  • Instructor: AMANDA MYERS
  • Instructor: DANFORD SMITH
  • Instructor: ARMENTA WILLIAMS

201901_ENGL_345_01_2406 – POPULAR LITERATURES:

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_334_01_2398 – PRINCIPLES OF LIT CRITICISM

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_HON_201_01_2278 – SELECTED READINGS

  • Instructor: BARBARA LADNER

201901_ENGL_102_COMB – ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

This course primarily focuses on the research writing
process for a broad academic community. It covers basic
research inquiry, use of the library with electronic and nonelectronic
sources and techniques of formal writing.
Attention is given to argumentation and critical thinking
skills. Prerequisite(s): ENGL101. Must be completed within
the first 60 hours of college credit.
  • Instructor: CAROL TAYLOR-JOHNSON

201901_SOC_101_200_2405 – INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

  • Facilitator : April Angell

201901_ENGL_230_01_2408 – INTRO TO GENERAL LINGUISTICS

201901_ART_100_COMB – ART APPRECIATION

  • Instructor: MOLLY ERLANDSON

201901_ART_101_01_1006 – STUDIO I – INTRO TO ART

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_ART_101_06_1008 – STUDIO I – INTRO TO ART

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_ART_101_09_2334 – STUDIO I – INTRO TO ART

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_ART_101_10_2363 – STUDIO I – INTRO TO ART

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_ART_308_01_1023 – ART EDUCATION

  • Facilitator : Brandy Conrad

201901_ART_414_01_1035 – TEACHING ART

  • Facilitator : Brandy Conrad

201901_ART_416_01_1036 – VISUAL ARTS & ELEM CURRICULUM

  • Facilitator : Brandy Conrad

201901_ART_499_01_1039 – SP TOP: HISTORY OF ART MEDIA

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_ART_499_06_2261 – SP TOP: PHILOSOPHY OF ART

  • Instructor: REIDUN OVREBO

201901_BA_115_02_1042 – BUSINESS INFORMATION SKILLS

  • Instructor: ABAINESH MITIKU

201901_BA_115_03_1043 – BUSINESS INFORMATION SKILLS

  • Instructor: ABAINESH MITIKU

201901_BA_115_04_1044 – BUSINESS INFORMATION SKILLS

  • Instructor: Nathan Gainer

201901_BA_203_01_1045 – BUSINESS STATISTICS

  • Facilitator : MICHAEL HUTCHINSON

201901_BA_209_01_1048 – MATH ANLYSIS FOR BUS DECISIONS

  • Facilitator : MICHAEL HUTCHINSON

201901_BA_209_03_1050 – Math Analysis for Business Decisions

The course covers mathematical concepts relevant to the application of quantitative techniques in business. The basic concepts of finite mathematics, linear programming, and mathematics of finance are the focal points. Many of the topics discussed will involve computer applications.
Prerequisite: Math 120 – College Algebra (Formerly Math 101)

  • Instructor: MICHAEL LEWIS

201901_BA_215_01_1054 – FIRST YEAR ACCOUNTING I

  • Instructor: JOHN HODGES

201901_BA_215_02_1055 – FIRST YEAR ACCOUNTING I

  • Instructor: MATTHEW CARROLL

201901_BA_216_01_1057 – FIRST YEAR ACCOUNTING II

  • Instructor: Deborah Williams

201901_BA_301_02_1060 – ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT

  • Instructor: ABAINESH MITIKU

201901_BA_305_01_1062 – PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

  • Instructor: Cheryl King

201901_BA_306_01_2216 – BRANDING

  • Instructor: Cheryl King

201901_BA_310_01_1065 – HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  • Facilitator : CLINTON ARNOLD

201901_BA_312_01_1068 – PERSONAL FINANCE

  • Instructor: MICHAEL LEWIS

201901_BA_313_01_1070 – BUSINESS FINANCE

  • Instructor: CYRUS ALESEYED

201901_BA_313_02_1071 – BUSINESS FINANCE

  • Instructor: CYRUS ALESEYED

201901_BA_314_01_1072 – COST ACCOUNTING

  • Instructor: JOHN HODGES

201901_BA_316_01_1074 – FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Instructor: CYRUS ALESEYED

201901_BA_319_01_1075 – RISK MANAGEMENT & INSURANCE

  • Instructor: Edward Goldberg

201901_BA_325_01_1077 – BUSINESS TAX TOPICS

  • Facilitator : GREGORY ELAM

201901_BA_330_01_1078 – ACCOUNTING INFO SYSTEMS

  • Instructor: JOHN HODGES

201901_BA_335_01_1079 – CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

  • Instructor: Cheryl King

201901_BA_347_01_1082 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • Instructor: Nathan Gainer

201901_BA_363_01_1083 – INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I

  • Instructor: JOHN HODGES

201901_BA_365_01_1084 – INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III

  • Instructor: MATTHEW CARROLL

201901_BA_405_01_1087 – INTEGRATED MRKTNG COMMUNICATNS

  • Instructor: ALI ZIYATI

201901_BA_416_01_1088 – INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

  • Instructor: CYRUS ALESEYED

201901_BA_418_01_1089 – ADVANCED ACCOUNTING I

  • Instructor: Deborah Williams

201901_BA_420_01_1090 – SENIOR BUSINESS SEMINAR

  • Instructor: ALAN TILLQUIST

201901_BA_420_02_1091 – SENIOR BUSINESS SEMINAR

  • Instructor: ALAN TILLQUIST

201901_BA_442_01_1092 – GLOBAL MARKETING

  • Instructor: Cheryl King

201901_BA_466_01_1955 – BUSINESS INTERNSHIP – ADVANCED

  • Instructor: Deborah Williams

201901_BA_466_02_2232 – BUSINESS INTERNSHIP – ADVANCED

  • Instructor: Deborah Williams

201901_BIOL_101_01_1094 – PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY

  • Instructor: JONATHON CHATFIELD

201901_BIOL_101_02_1095 – PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY

  • Instructor: JONATHON CHATFIELD

201901_BIOL_120_COMB – FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY & LAB

  • Instructor: TIMOTHY RUHNKE
  • Web Instructor: Olushola Debor Awoyemi

201901_CHEM_105_02_1213 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

  • Instructor: ERNEST SEKABUNGA

201901_CHEM_105_03_1214 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

  • Instructor: ERNEST SEKABUNGA

201901_CHEM_106_01_1215 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

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  • Instructor: SUNDAR NAGA

201901_CHEM_107_01_1216 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB I

  • Instructor: ERNEST SEKABUNGA

201901_CHEM_108_01_1219 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB II

  • Instructor: SUNDAR NAGA

201901_CHEM_108_02_1220 – GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB II

  • Instructor: SUNDAR NAGA

201901_CHEM_211_01_1227 – INTRO TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

  • Instructor: Thomas Guetzloff

201901_CHEM_301_01_1228 – PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I

  • Instructor: SUNDAR NAGA

201901_CHEM_303_01_1229 – PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB I

  • Instructor: SUNDAR NAGA

201901_CJ_224_01_1166 – PUNISHMENT & CORRECTIONS

  • Instructor: CASSANDRA WHYTE

201901_CJ_225_01_1168 – VICTIMOLOGY

  • Instructor: Mark Addesa

201901_CJ_307_02_1176 – CRIMINAL LAW

  • Instructor: LEIGHANN DAVIDSON

201901_CJ_330_02_1184 – COMM FOR CJ PROFESSNLS II

  • Instructor: William Whyte

201901_CJ_620_01_2169 – LEADERSHIP PSYCHOLOGY

  • Web Instructor: WALTER STROUPE
  • Web Instructor: CASSANDRA WHYTE

201901_CJ_630_01_2166 – PLAN ORGANIZATNL STAFF DVLPMNT

  • Instructor: WALTER STROUPE

201901_COMM_100_12_1250 – SPEECH COMMUNICATION

  • Instructor: ALI ZIYATI

201901_COMM_100_210_2342 – SPEECH COMMUNICATION

  • Facilitator : WENDY TAYLOR

201901_COMM_140_05_1263 – FILM APPRECIATION

  • Instructor: STEVEN GILLILAND

201901_COMM_285_01_1278 – WEB DESIGN & DIGITAL MEDIA

  • Instructor: STEVEN GILLILAND

201901_COMM_343_01_1281 – ANIMATION PRODUCTION

  • Instructor: STEVEN GILLILAND

201901_COMM_461_01_1288 – MEDIA LAW & REGULATIONS

  • Instructor: ROBIN BROUGHTON

201901_ECON_201_02_1306 – PRINCIPLES OF MACRO ECONOMICS

  • Instructor: MARK WILSON

201901_ECON_202_02_1309 – PRINCIPLES OF MICRO ECONOMICS

  • Instructor: FREHOT HAILOU

201901_ECON_301_01_1310 – INTERMEDIATE MACRO ECONOMICS

  • Instructor: MARK WILSON

201901_ECON_308_01_1311 – MONEY/BANKING/MONETARY THEORY

  • Instructor: MARK WILSON

201901_ECON_416_01_1312 – INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

  • Instructor: CYRUS ALESEYED

201901_EDUC_200_01_1314 – FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

  • Instructor: GARY HENSLEY

201901_EDUC_200_02_1315 – FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

  • Instructor: GARY HENSLEY

201901_EDUC_200_03_1316 – FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

  • Instructor: GARY HENSLEY

201901_EDUC_227_01_1324 – EXCEPTIONALITIES/HUM DIVERSITY

Course Description from the University Catalog:  Course emphasis will be placed on recognition and special needs of students labeled exceptional according to state and federal regulations. Effective instructional strategies for teaching populations such as gifted, and students at risk for school failure, visually impaired, physically challenged,  speech / language  handicaps and  behavior  disorders will be studied. Prerequisite(s): EDUC 202 with a “C” or better or concurrent with EDUC 202. 

  • Instructor: BRENDA WILSON

201901_EDUC_227_02_1325 – EXCEPTIONALITIES/HUM DIVERSITY

  • Facilitator : SHERILL MORRIS

201901_EDUC_290_01_1326 – ADV FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

  • Instructor: Daton-Nacha Dean-Leonard

201901_EDUC_299_01_1327 – SP TOP: COMMON CORE MATH

  • Facilitator : ROBERT WINTER

201901_EDUC_299_02_1328 – SP TOP: COMMON CORE READING

  • Instructor: BARBARA KORN

201901_EDUC_299_03_1329 – SP TOP: COMMON CORE WRITING

  • Instructor: PATRICIA WILSON

201901_EDUC_300_01_1332 – EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

  • Instructor: LIONEL CHINNERY

201901_EDUC_300_02_1333 – EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

  • Instructor: KATHY MCDILDA

201901_EDUC_318_01_1337 – TEACH SCIENCE IN ELEM/MID SCHL

  • Instructor: KATHY MCDILDA

201901_EDUC_324_01_1341 – TEACH MATH IN ELEM SCHOOLS

  • Instructor: KATHY MCDILDA

201901_EDUC_331_01_1344 – CURRICULUM FOR SPECIAL ED

  • Facilitator : SHERILL MORRIS

201901_EDUC_399_01_2283 – SP TOP: TEACHING BUSINESS

  • Facilitator : ROSS HARRISON

201901_EDUC_411_01_1346 – TEACH SCIENCE IN SECNDRY SCHLS

  • Instructor: KATHY MCDILDA

201901_EDUC_426_01_1348 – CREATING LEARNING COMMUNITIES

  • Instructor: Dr. Emily Waugh

201901_EDUC_426_02_1349 – CREATING LEARNING COMMUNITIES

  • Instructor: Dr. Emily Waugh

201901_EDUC_436_01_1350 – CAPSTONE EXPRNCE – ELEM TCHRS

  • Instructor: Dr. Emily Waugh

201901_EDUC_460_01_2210 – INDIVDUALS W/MILD DISABILITIES

  • Instructor: Amanda Myers
  • Facilitator : NANCY CLINE

201901_EDUC_600_02_2037 – PRINCIPLES OF EDU LEADERSHIP

This course will serve as an overview of leadership theories and their application in the interest of school improvement. This is an introductory course in educational leadership. Focus will be on school and district level leaders and their roles in the learning process within the greater learning community.

  • Instructor: Mickey Blackwell

201901_EDUC_605_02_1357 – ADDRSNG DIVRSTY / EDU LEADRSHP

This course prepares prospective educational leaders to administer various school programs for diverse student populations. Emphasis will be given to basic concepts, issues, regulations, problems and procedures in the management of special and compensatory education. Also included will be state and federal legislation and court decisions pertaining to special pupil populations and career and technology education.

  • Facilitator : KELLI EPLING

201901_EDUC_610_02_2038 – EDUCATION POLICY & LAW

  • Instructor: Dr. Emily Waugh

201901_EDUC_630_02_2369 – FINANCE & HR MGMT FOR SCHOOLS

  • Instructor: Mickey Blackwell

201901_EDUC_650_02_2273 – INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION

This field-based practicum will allow candidates to apply knowledge of educational leadership, educational law and policy, change, innovation, professional development, financial and human resource management, and data-based decision making for school and district improvement.

  • Instructor: Paige Carney

201901_ENGL_101_01_1361 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Facilitator : KATRINA MINNEY

201901_ENGL_101_02_1362 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Facilitator : AARON MORRIS

201901_ENGL_101_03_1363 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Instructor: KAREN ANDERSON

201901_ENGL_101_04_1364 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Instructor: KAREN ANDERSON

201901_ENGL_101_07_1367 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Instructor: KAREN ANDERSON

201901_ENGL_101_11_1371 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

  • Instructor: KAREN ANDERSON

201901_ENGL_101E_01_1400 – ENGL COMPOSITION I – ENHANCED

  • Instructor: RENAE BONNETT

201901_ENGL_101E_02_1396 – ENGL COMPOSITION I – ENHANCED

  • Instructor: JEFFREY PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_101E_08_1402 – ENGL COMPOSITION I – ENHANCED

  • Instructor: RENAE BONNETT

201901_ENGL_102_04_1406 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_102_06_1408 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_150_03_1418 – INTRO TO LITERATURE

  • Instructor: RENAE BONNETT

201901_ENGL_150_04_1419 – INTRO TO LITERATURE

  • Instructor: JEFFREY PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_154_01_2234 – MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE

  • Instructor: ANNE MCCONNELL

201901_ENGL_204_01_1425 – WRITING – BUS & OTHER PROFS

  • Instructor: KAREN ANDERSON

201901_ENGL_204_COMB – WRITING FOR BUSINESS AND OTHER PROFESSIONS

3 Credit Hours. The study and applications of formats, style and organizational patterns essential in various professions, with particular emphasis on correspondence, reports, research and audience analysis. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 102.

  • Facilitator : CATHRYN CARENA

201901_ENGL_255_01_1428 – THE POWER OF LANGUAGE

  • Instructor: BARBARA LADNER

201901_ENGL_303_01_1429 – EXPOSITORY WRITING

  • Instructor: RENAE BONNETT

201901_ENGL_304_01_1430 – INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING

  • Instructor: Robert Wallace

201901_ENGL_310_01_2204 – TECHNICAL & REPORT WRITING

  • Instructor: Thomas Kiddie

201901_ENGL_315_01_1432 – SHAKESPEARE

  • Instructor: JEFFREY PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_317_01_2205 – AMERICAN LITERATURE 1860-1940

  • Instructor: BARBARA LADNER

201901_ENGL_324_01_1434 – LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN

  • Instructor: CAROL TAYLOR-JOHNSON

201901_ENGL_343_01_2206 – APPALACHIAN LITERATURE/CULTURE

  • Instructor: BARBARA LADNER

201901_ENGL_351_01_2207 – WORLD LITERATURE: MODERN ERA

  • Instructor: ANNE MCCONNELL

201901_ENGL_360_01_2208 – STUDIES OF MAJOR AUTHORS

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_399_01_2235 – ST: LIFE & SOUL – AFRICANA LIT

  • Instructor: CAROL TAYLOR-JOHNSON

201901_ENGL_406_01_2209 – ENGLISH ROMANTICISM

  • Instructor: JESSICA BARNES-PIETRUSZYNSKI

201901_ENGL_430_01_2211 – POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP

  • Instructor: Robert Wallace

201901_ENGL_477_01_1442 – SENIOR ENGLISH SEMINAR

  • Instructor: ANNE MCCONNELL

201901_FREN_101_03_1451 – BEGINNING FRENCH

  • Instructor: CAROL SUSMAN

201901_GED_101_06_2335 – FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE (NSM)

  • Instructor: NAVEED ZAMAN

201901_HHP_126_01_1483 – FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL ED

  • Instructor: BRYAN POORE

201901_HHP_150_01_1487 – INTRO TO HLTH & HUMAN PRFRMNCE

  • Instructor: DEBRA ANDERSON-CONLIFFE

201901_HHP_157_01_1488 – HEALTHY LIVING

  • Instructor: Jay Canterbury

201901_HHP_157_05_1492 – HEALTHY LIVING

  • Instructor: Jay Canterbury

201901_HHP_225_01_1495 – BIOMECHANICS

  • Instructor: MATTHEW BRADLEY

201901_HHP_238_01_1496 – METHODS OF GYMNASTICS/AEROBICS

  • Instructor: Patricia King

201901_HHP_242_01_1497 – TEAM SPORTS

  • Instructor: Patricia King

201901_HHP_242_02_2160 – TEAM SPORTS

  • Instructor: Patricia King

201901_HHP_251_01_1498 – CONSUMER HEALTH

A study of science-based health facts and guidelines to
enable consumers to intelligently select health products and
services. The course will emphasize the economic aspects of
health and the social and psychological factors that influence
consumer choices

  • Instructor: LINDSEY GOOD

201901_HHP_341_01_1502 – INDIVIDUAL & DUAL SPORTS

  • Instructor: Patricia King

201901_HHP_430_01_1508 – DVLP/IMPLMNT STRNGTH/COND PRGM

  • Instructor: MATTHEW BRADLEY

201901_HHP_499_02_1518 – SP TOP: CSCS EXAMINATION PREP

  • Instructor: MATTHEW BRADLEY

201901_HHP_537_01_2371 – ADVANCED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

  • Instructor: AARON SETTLE

201901_HHP_560_01_2370 – WV SPORTS HISTORY

  • Instructor: AARON SETTLE

201901_HIST_201_01_1519 – WORLD HISTORY

  • Facilitator : NICK PATLER

201901_HIST_208_03_1531 – AMERICAN HISTORY – FROM 1865

  • Facilitator : NICK PATLER

201901_INTS_250_01_1542 – DIVERSITY IN AFRICANA STUDIES

  • Instructor: CAROL TAYLOR-JOHNSON

201901_MATH_111E_02_1945 – MATH FOR LIBERAL ARTS – ENHNCD

  • Instructor: UPALI KARUNATHILAKE

201901_MPA_640_01_2156 – ECONOMIC ANALYSIS – PUB ADMIN

  • Instructor: FREHOT HAILOU

201901_MS_502_01_1586 – GRADUATE RESEARCH & WRITING

  • Instructor: ALI ZIYATI
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