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J-Term 2017-18

J-Term (Winter Session) 2017-18 December 20, 2017 - February 9, 2018 *
J-Term courses are reflected on transcripts as Spring 2018 courses --- Students can register for J-Term courses when they register for their Spring 2018 course selections 
J-Term courses are provided in 5 formats
(1) ONLINE
(2) HYBRID (online and face-to-face)
(3) FACE-TO-FACE (limited by department)
(4) WYOMING BASED FIELD:

Wyoming Based Field Courses include traveling to a specific location in Wyoming (i.e. Jackson Hole, WY) to participate in classroom and field based activities - check the details of each individual class for specifics.

(5) INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC TRAVEL:

Travel courses may include preparation work, additional travel / lodging expenses and deadlines for meeting these expenses, and other logistics and deadlines associated with traveling during the winter break period.  Students are encouraged to make contact with J-Term 2017-18 travel course instructors ASAP as a number of travel details will need to be confirmed prior to departure.  Students may register for International Travel courses after contacting the instructor and being admitted into the course.

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ONLINE - Chemical Engineering (CHE) 1005 Intro to Chemical Engineering

CHE 1005-40 Intro to Chemical Engineering 3cr. CRN# 26479 Introduction to Chemical Engineering. Provides an overview of chemical engineering and its role in the current technological importance: energy, biotechnology, production of chemicals, and materials processing. Introduces strategies for solving engineering problems, including ethical considerations and teamwork, discusses process variables, units, mass balance, and data analysis, and incorporates active learning exercises using spreadsheet to solve chemical engineering problems. Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in MATH 2200.


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ONLINE - Communication and Journalism (COJO) 2010 Public Speaking

COJO 2010-41,42,43,44,45 & 46 Public Speaking 3cr. CRN#'s 26643, 26644, 26645, 26646, 26647 & 26648 Public Speaking [COM2] Beginning public speaking course. Students will develop foundational oral, digital and writing communication skills. Emphasizes message construction, performance and critique in public communication settings. Includes speech preparation, listening, audience analysis, writing strategies, digital communication, critical thinking, language/nonverbal behavior and various speaking formats. Prerequisite: successful completion of a COM1 course.


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ONLINE - Honors Program (HP) 3152 Modes of Understanding: Mass Media and Collective Consciousness

HP 3152-40 Modes: Mass Media 3cr. CRN# 26690 Modes of Understanding: Mass Media. Introduces study of nature and grounds of knowledge, its limits and validity. Examines epistemological basis of selected areas of academic thought. Topics vary from year to year. Required of UW Honors Program students. Prerequisites: junior standing and participation in UW Honors Program.


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ONLINE - Honors Program (HP) 3153 Modes of Understanding: Art & Culture of Hip Hop

HP 3153-41 Modes: Art & Culture of Hip Hop 3cr. CRN# 26691 Modes of Understanding: Art & Culture of Hip Hop. Introduces study of nature and grounds of knowledge, its limits and validity. Examines epistemological basis of selected areas of academic thought. Topics vary from year to year. Required of UW Honors Program students. Prerequisites: junior standing and participation in UW Honors Program.


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ONLINE - Latina/o Studies (LTST) 1300 - Introduction to Latina/o Studies

LTST 1300-40 Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3cr. CRN# 26524 Intro to Latina/o Studies [H] The U.S. Latina/o immigrant experience is a particular focus of this course, including its role in the incorporation of Latinos into U.S. society. Through readings, presentations, class discussion, videos, and other activities, students examine historical and contemporary issues affecting Latinos including but not limited to immigration, language, identity, national origin, education, politics, employment, and economic mobility.


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ONLINE - Latina/o Studies (LTST) 4990 - Topics: US Film & the Social Construct of Race

LTST 4990-40 Topics: US Film & the Social Construct of Race 3cr. CRN# 26867 Topics in Latino/a Studies: US Film & Race. A special topics course through which regular and visiting faculty can explore regarding specialized or new research topics regarding Chicano studies. Prerequisite: junior standing.


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ONLINE - Management (MGT) 3410 Human Resource Management

MGT 3410-41 Human Resource Management 3cr. CRN# 26496 A study of the formal systems used to manage people at work. Emphasis is on concepts and procedures of EEO, diversity, job analysis, job evaluation, wage and salary administration, performance evaluation, safety, employee services and fringe benefits. Prerequisite: MGT 3210 and advanced business standing.


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WYOMING FIELD BASED COURSE - Environmental & Natural Resources (ENR) 4010, 4011 & 4012 - Jackson Hole, WY

ENR 4010-80 Skills of the Winter Naturalist 1cr. CRN#26586 ENR 4011-80 Snowpack Dynamics and Snow Science 1cr. CRN# 26588 ENR 4012-80 Wildlife and Plant Adaptations 1cr. CRN#26590


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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (Uzbekistan) - Secondary Education (EDSE) 4070 - Understanding Uzbekistan: Historic and Modern Silk Road Connections

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Lydia Dambekalns, lydart@uwyo.edu, (307)760-7359 approx. dates of travel January 2-20, 2018


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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (Costa Rica) - Chemical Engineering (CHEM) 4990 - Sustainability and Systems Thinking

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Patrick Johnson, pjohns27@uwyo.edu, (307)766-6524 approx. dates of travel January 3-16, 2018


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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (Hong Kong) - Religious Studies (RELI) 4960 - Chinese Religious Centers: Hong Kong, Xian, Macau

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Kristine Utterback, utterbeck@uwyo.edu, (307) 766-6259 approx. dates of travel January 1-17, 2018


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DOMESTIC TRAVEL (NYC) - Economics (ECON) 2910 - Topics in Economic: Sports Economics

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Amber Brown, abrown@uwyo.edu, (307)766-2154 approx. dates of travel January 8-20, 2018


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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (Germany & Italy) - Art (ART) 4950 - Medieval and Renaissance Women as Artists, Patrons, and Makers

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Naomi Pitamber, npitambe@uwyo.edu, (617)970-7166 Postponed till J-Term 2018-19


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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL (Argentina) - Environment & Natural Resources (ENR) 4890/5890 - Recreation and Conservation in Patagonia

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact Dan McCoy, dmccoy@uwyo.edu, (307)766-6488 OR Melanie Matthews, melanie.matthews@uwyo.edu, (307)766-2701 Scheduled for J-Term 2018-19!



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