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Web-Based Courses - These courses are self-paced, online independent study in format. The Online Independent Study office will e-mail you as to the course URL, your user ID, and a password. Once you log into the course, you find information designed to help you complete the course. Most of your interaction with the instructor is electronic messaging, though a few courses require some items to be sent to the instructor via the U.S. Postal Service.

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BIOLOGY  

KIN/BIO 2243 Nutrition *Jason Halverson, M.A. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Nutritional requirements of mankind with emphasis on the roles of nutrients in the body throughout the life cycle. Kinesiology students register using KIN-2243. All other students register using the title BIO-2243. Note: This course does not meet SBU general education requirements. Course may not be included in the 36-hour curriculum for biology. Web-based option only. Web-based option requires Internet access and valid e-mail account. Minimum of Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


ECONOMICS

ECO 2003 Literacy In Free Enterprise (LIFE) Economics *Ronda Credille, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

This general education course will help the student develop an understanding of economic systems based on freedom. It will emphasize the importance of individual initiative and involvement in day-to-day community and business matters. Developing literacy about individual responsibility in personal and community decision-making is a primary concern. Web-based option only. Web-based option requires Internet access and valid e-mail account. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


FINE ARTS

FAR 1003 Introduction to Fine Arts *William Hooper, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A course designed to help the general education student to develop a basic understanding of music and art of various cultures and historical periods. Critical thinking and writing course. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

"If you like the freedom to write, express, and think, this thorough course is for you!" - OLIS

FAR 1023 Introduction to Music *Robert Carney, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

An introduction to music from Western and non-Western cultures to help the non-music major develop new ways of listening to music for the purpose of understanding it. This course fulfills the general education Fine Arts requirement. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


GEOGRAPHY

GEO 1103 Geography *Kwasi Ofori-Yeboah, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - NEW

Basic survey introducing the various elements of geographical study. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

"Dr. Wooderson's courses are clear, simple in format with quick lesson turnaround!' - OLIS

KIN 1043 Personal and Community Health *Linda Wooderson, Ed.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A study of major health problems and factors determining health. Special considerations given to principles and practices of good health for individual and community concerns. Meets MO state health education certification. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-Based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

KIN 1162 Foundations of Physical Fitness and Wellness *Linda Wooderson, Ed.D. 2HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Study and participation in programs recommended for development of adult physical fitness.  Emphasis is on determining level of fitness, importance of fitness in total well being, nutrition and diet selection, monitoring effect of fitness activities, selection of fitness/wellness programs, stress management, and program implementation. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-Based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

KIN 2022 Perceptual Motor Development *Linda Wooderson, Ed.D. 2HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Methods of teaching children through movement experiences. An emphasis will be placed on perceptual motor development as it relates to movement. Meets K-12 MO state health certification.Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-Based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

KIN 2063 School Health Education *Linda Wooderson, Ed.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - HOLD

Curriculum for and methods of teaching health education in elementary and secondary schools. NOTE: Not Open to SBU Students. Meets MO state health education certification. Print examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

KIN 3133 Teaching Physical Education in the Elementary School *L. Wooderson, Ed.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - HOLD

Teaching methods; selection of activities; program planning; emphasis on development of a progressive curriculum. NOTE: Not Open to SBU Students. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-Based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


HISTORY

HIS 2213 History of the United States, 1492-1865 *Tim Wood, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Political and social survey of United States history from colonization to the end of Reconstruction. Web-based option only. Web-based option requires Internet access and valid e-mail account. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

HIS 2223 History of the United States, 1865- Present *Tim Wood, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Political and social survey of United States history from the Gilded Age to the present. Web-based option only. Web-based option requires Internet access and valid e-mail account. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL 1111 Missouri Constitution, Dr. Coyle Neal, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Organization and policy of Missouri State government as established by the Missouri State Constitution. Course promotes familiarity and understanding of Missouri government and its influence on the citizens of the state. SBU students only. No text required. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. The total cost of this course is only $50.00.Syllabus Brief (PDF)

POL 1113 American Government and Politics, Dr. Kwasi Ofori-Yeboah, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN - NEW EDITION

Origin, organization, and policy of United States government at the national, state, and local levels. Encourages citizen participation and leadership in democratic processes beginning at the community level. Fulfills the Missouri statutory requirement. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 1013 General Psychology *Richard Brewer, Psy.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A "life-oriented" course including physiological backgrounds of behavior, development, motivation, emotion, intelligence, personality, adjustment, and social psychology. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 2063 Systems of Psychology *Chris Dinwiddie, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Major concepts of various systems of psychological thought in current and historical perspective. Prerequisite: PSY 1013. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 3033 Abnormal Psychology *Richard Brewer, Psy.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Major psychoses, psychoneuroses, sexual adjustment and an analysis of childhood background which leads to mental breakdown, phobias, compulsions and hysteria. Prerequisite: PSY 1013 Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 3053 Child Development *Bill Walkup, M.S. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A study of the operation of normal psychological and developmental processes in the lives of children from birth to adolescence. Prerequisite: PSY 1013 or EDU 2113. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 3063 Human Growth and Development *Richard Brewer, Psy.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A "Life-Span"study of human growth and developmental processes including physiological and sociological influences and effects. Students receiving credit for this course cannot receive credit for both PSY 3053 and PSY 4033. Prerequisite: PSY 1013 or EDU 2113. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Study aid options will require Macromedia Shockwave (version 7.0 or higher), Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer and video player such as Windows Media Player to view. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 3093 Psychology of Learning *Kevin Schriver, Psy.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Survey of the field of learning in terms of historical backgounds, acquisition, retention, forgetting, transfer and motivation. A brief introduction to the various theories and systems of learning is included. Prerequisites: PSY 1013 and 2063. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

PSY 4033 Adolescent Development *Shelley Kilpatrick, Ph.D. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - HOLD

A study of the development process of the adolescent, beginning at puberty and continuing through late adolescence into emerging adulthood. The study of adolescence includes physiological; psychological; social, and spiritual development, including multicultural influences and effects. Prerequisite: PSY 1013 or EDU 2113. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Study aid options will require Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)


SOCIOLOGY

SOC 1003 Introductory Sociology *Evelyn Mercer, M.S.W. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Survey of major subject areas and principles of sociology. Topics of the nature and development of culture; social aspects of personality; population trends, social classes, institutions and social change. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

SOC 2003 Social Problems *Debbie Gamble, M.S. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

Study of current social problems of American society and world societies. Focus is on the description, causation, and solution of these problems. Prerequisite: SOC 1003 Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

SOC 3003 The Family *Evelyn Mercer, M.S.W. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A study of family life, dating, and marriage, and the family life course. Attention is given to present day problems and trends. Prerequisite: SOC 1003 Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Study aid will require Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer to view. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

SOC 4033 Criminology *Evelyn Mercer, M.S.W. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A study of sociological theories of crime and delinquency, of crime control including punishment and treatment, and of practices and organizations of police, courts, probation, and parole departments and prisons. Prerequisite: SOC 1003, Jr. or Sr. standing, or consent of instructor. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Study aid will require Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer to view. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

SOC 4083 Gerontology *D. Gamble, M.S. 3HRS.....WEB-BASED - OPEN

A course designed to acquaint the student with the theories of aging, the way the aging individual relates to the social systems, adjustment patterns of the aging and societal issues confronting older Americans. Prerequisite: PSY 1013 or SOC 1003. Web-based option only. Internet access and valid e-mail account required. Study aid will require Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer to view. Web-based non-proctored examinations. Syllabus Brief (PDF)

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