In Person Classes for Summer 2020
BIOE 420 Field Ornithology. 3 Credits (2 Lec, 1 Lab)
Junior standing, and either BIOB 100IN or BIOB 170IN. Field identification, habitat affinities and life histories of birds of the northern Rockies. Includes early morning field trips.
BIOH 466 Clin Microbiology I. 3 Credits (2 Lec, 1 Lab)
Acceptance in professional training program. Topics include a review of medical microbiology, virology. mycology, parasitology, and clinical laboratory testing procedures.
BIOH 468 Clinical Immunohematology I. 3 Credits (2 Lec, 1 Lab)
Acceptance in professional training program. Basic techniques in blood banking. Topics to be included are: ABO/Rh typing, antibody identification, transfusion therapy and reactions, donor collection and component preparation.
BIOH 469 Essentials of Clinical Lab Practice. 1 Credit (1 Lab)
Acceptance in professional training program. Provides an orientation to the program, safety information, phlebotomy training, and an overview of management practices. Also includes instruction in hemostasis, molecular diagnostics and urinalysis.
CHMY 141 College Chemistry I. 4 Credits (3 Lec, 1 Lab)
C- or above in M 121Q or placement in a Math Level 4 (ACT 25 or SAT 580). The first of a two-semester course sequence about the general principles of modern chemistry with emphasis on atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, equilibria, chemical reactivity, and kinetics. It is recommended that students registering for this course have taken high school chemistry. Common Hour Exams.
M 274 Introduction to Differential Equations. 4 Credits (4 Lec)
M 172Q. An introduction to qualitative, quantitative, and numerical methods for ordinary differential equations. Topics include modeling via differential equations, linear and nonlinear first order differential equations and systems, elementary phase plane analysis, forced oscillations, and Laplace transform techniques. COMMON FINAL ONLY.
PSYX 100IS Intro to Psychology. 4 Credits (3 Lec, 1 Lab)
Introduction to methods and approaches to psychology including exploration of problems in physiological psychology, learning, memory and information processing, abnormal behavior, and social psychology, with selected individual study of other areas related to the student's interests.
PSYX 222 Psychological Statistics. 4 Credits (3 Lec, 1 Lab)
PSYX 100IS and either M 105Q (formerly M 145Q), M121Q, or STAT 216Q. For Psychology majors and minors only. Prerequisites are strictly enforced. Introduction to the design and analysis of psychological research. Topics include logic and philosophy of psychological research, conceptualizing research questions, hypothesis testing, data collection and analysis strategies used by researchers in psychology, and introduction to using statistical software for data analysis.
PHSX 494 Physics of Medieval Weaponry. 1 Credit (1 Sem; 4 cr max)
Junior or senior standing and as determined for each offering. Max 4 cr. Topics offered at the upper division level which are not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material. Co-convened with PHSX 594.
SOCI 101IS Introduction to Sociology. 3 Credits (3 Lec)
Theoretical and methodological underpinnings of sociology. How theory guides investigation of social life and results in creation of factual knowledge. How sociological questions are studied and results are interpreted.