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1 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 to Spring 2015 Boyd Jones, WeMet Coordinator UCM, Humphreys Building Room 404 Warrensburg, MO Revised February 2013 Page 1

2 Attached is the course schedule for the school year. Please note that there are three sections: dual credit, online, and high school credit only. Beneath the class name is a line indicating the originating site, the semester and the time the class is to be offered. Days of the classes are abbreviated with ED standing for every day and EOD meaning every other day, days of the week are abbreviated as MWF for Monday, Wednesday and Friday, etc... The following information may be helpful as you work in enrolling students in classes: Enrollments: To enroll a student in a dual credit class you must go through the dual credit office. Enrollment forms and instructions can be found at If you have any questions, please contact telephone or telephone To enroll a student in a high school credit only class contact the host school. The WeMET office also needs to be notified Resource Material: If consumable supplies are required for the class it will be the responsibility of the student and/or home school district to provide these materials. If a student is enrolled in a high school only credit class it will be the school districts responsibility to provide all necessary books and materials. Attendance: Students enrolled in classes are expected to follow the calendar/schedule of the site broadcasting the class. Even though the home school district may not be in session on a particular day if the broadcast site is in session students will be expected to attend. Make up sessions will not be scheduled unless inclement weather forces the closing of schools. Connecting for Classes: Districts are expected to designate a person to connect equipment for classes. It is expected that the connection will occur fifteen minutes prior to the start of class so if any problems occur they can be solved before the beginning of class. Calendar: The session dates for UCM are: Summer 2014: May 19 August 7 (classes are within this time frame, not throughout) Fall 2014: August 19 December 12 Spring 2015: January 12 May 08 Revised February 2013 Page 2

3 I-TV DUAL CREDIT CLASSES AG 1310 Agronomy I-TV 3 credits Lafayette Co C-I Fall :30 am -1:00 pm EOD Principles and practices in cereal crop production. BIOL 1004 Advanced Biology I-TV 3 credits/ 1 credit lab Crest Ridge Fall :20-3:10 pm ED The area of study will be ecology with an emphasis on the local area. It includes laboratory and field studies, which may be conducted on weekends. Students will be required to make evaluations of ecology field studies and make collection of the designated materials. Prerequisites: Biology I with a grade of B Partially fulfills Division II, Area A General Education requirement. COMM 1000 Public Speaking I-TV 3 credits UCM June 02 July 10 Summer :00-10:00 am M-Th UCM August 19 December 12 Fall :00-8:50 am MWF UCM January 12 May 08 Spring :00-9:50 am MWF A study and practice of the basic principles involved in discovering, arranging, delivering, and evaluating ideas in speech situations. Prerequisites: None. Fulfills Division I, Area B General Education requirement. HIST 1350 History of the US to 1877 I-TV 3 credits Leeton Fall :08-2:34 pm EOD This course provides students with an overview of the peoples, ideas, values, institutions and historical events that shaped the American nation from the settlement by Native Americans through the era of the civil war and reconstruction. The second half will explore reconstruction through the present day. Prerequisites: None. Partially fulfills Division II, Area B General Education requirement Revised February 2013 Page 3

4 HIST 1351 History of the US from 1877 I-TV 3 credits Leeton Spring :08-2:34 pm EOD This course provides students with an overview of the peoples, ideas, values, institutions and historical events that shaped the American nation from the settlement by Native Americans through the era of the civil war and reconstruction. The second half will explore reconstruction through the present day. Prerequisites: None. Partially fulfills Division II, Area B General Education requirement MATH 1111 College Algebra I-TV 3 credits UCM August 19 December 12 Fall :00-9:50 am MWF Crest Ridge Fall :58-10:48 am ED UCM January 12 May 08 Spring :00-8:50 am MWF This course is a continuation of basic algebra including topics such as linear and quadratic equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, second degree relations and functions and exponential and logarithmic functions. Prerequisites: ACT score 20 on math. Fulfills Division I, Area C General Education requirements. MATH 1112 College Trigonometry I-TV 2 credits Crest Ridge Spring :58 10:48 am ED This math course covers elementary trigonometric functions, identities, trigonometric equations, multiple angle formulas, and general triangle solutions. Prerequisites: high school program including advanced algebra and one unit of geometry or MATH 1111 or concurrently, ACT score 20 on math. MATH 1151 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I I-TV 5 credits Crest Ridge ALL YEAR 10:52-11:48 am ED A combined course in calculus and analytic geometry. Prerequisites: a high school program including advanced algebra, one unit of geometry and one-half unit of trigonometry or MATH 1111 or MATH Act SCORE 24 on math. Revised February 2013 Page 4

5 MUS 1210 Experiencing Music I-TV 3 credits Leeton Fall :08-2:34 pm EOD Leeton Spring :08-2:34 pm EOD An introduction to important musical masterpieces with emphasis on the knowledge and skills involved in perceptive listening. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. PSY 1100 Psychology Hybrid* 3 credits * THIS CLASS IS HYBRID (Meaning students will participate via I-TV and online) Concordia May 20 - June17 Summer 2014* 10:15-12:15 am T Concordia January 12 May 08 Spring 2015* 5:30-7:30 pm W This beginning psychology course is a general introduction to the science of behavior, surveying the broad field of psychology and the methods of investigation. Prerequisites: None. Partially fulfills Division II, Area B General Education requirement. THEA 2400 Theater in Western Civilization I-TV 3 credits UCM August 19 December 12 Fall :00 9:15 am T-Th This course is an introductory examination of the various contemporary theater arts with a survey of the drama and the developments of major theatrical periods in western civilization. Prerequisites: None. Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. Revised February 2013 Page 5

6 ONLINE Courses CHEM 1103 Intro to the Sciences: Chemistry ONLINE 3 credits Introduction to the basic concepts of chemistry and scientific methodology, emphasizing the connections between chemistry, technology, and all things in a modern world. Prerequisites: None. Partially fulfills Division II, Area A General Education requirement. CJ 1000 Intro to Criminal Justice ONLINE 3 credits The course covers the history, nature, and function of the criminal justice system in America. Special attention is given to the philosophical basis underlying this system in and to the problems associated with crime control in a democratic society. At each stage of the process, major issues confronting the system are examined. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area B General Education requirement. ENGL 1020 College English ONLINE 3 credits Composition I is the logic and rhetoric of expository writing. Prerequisites: ACT score of 18 Partially fulfills Division I, Area A General Education requirement. FIN 1820 Personal Finance ONLINE 3 credits For the student who desires information on managing his/her personal income. Prerequisites: None. The following passage represents pages of the 2012 undergraduate catalog. It can be used to help cross reference WeMet classes. Revised February 2013 Page 6

7 GER 1301 Elementary German I ONLINE 3 credits Fundamental principles of German pronunciation, building of basic vocabulary of German words and idiomatic expressions, oral work and reading simple selections. Not open to native speakers or students who have had three years of high school German without the permission of the department chair. Prerequisites: None *Students need access to webcam one and microphone Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. GER 1302 Elementary German II ONLINE 3 credits A continuation of German I, Increased attention to grammar. Not open to native speakers or students who have had four years of high school German without the permission of the department chair. Prerequisites: GER 1301 *Students need access to webcam one and microphone Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. LIS 1600 Information Resources ONLINE (late start class) 2 credits UCM Spring 2015 February 9 May 8 (approx) This is a 2 credit hour freshman-level course that introduces students to traditional and computer based resources and services available in academic libraries and strategies for locating evaluating and using information. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area A, Part II General Education requirement. MUS 1210 Experiencing Music ONLINE 3 credits An introduction to important musical masterpieces with emphasis on the knowledge and skills involved in perceptive listening. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. Revised February 2013 Page 7

8 NUR 2000 e-health and Cyber Wellness ONLINE 2 credits This course provides an opportunity for students to apply e-health and cyber wellness skills to a self selected wellness project. Prerequisites: None PHYS 1103 Intro to the Sciences: Physics ONLINE 3 credits An introduction to physics. Topics include mechanics, energy, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, light, atomic and nuclear physics, relativity, and astrophysics. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area A General Education requirement. PSY 1100 Psychology ONLINE 3 credits This course is a general introduction to the science of behavior, surveying the broad field of psychology and the methods of investigation. Prerequisites: None Partially fulfills Division II, Area B General Education requirement. SPAN 1601 Elementary Spanish I ONLINE 3 credits Fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation, the building of basic vocabulary and patterns, oral work, studies in structure, and reading selections. Not open to native speakers or students who have had three years of high school Spanish without the permission of the department chair. Prerequisites: None *Students need access to webcam one and microphone Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. SPAN 1602 Elementary Spanish II ONLINE 3 credits A continuation of Spanish I, with increased attention to grammar. Not open to native speakers or students who have had four years of high school Spanish without the permission of the department chair. Prerequisites: SPAN 1601 *Students need access to webcam one and microphone Partially fulfills Division II, Area C, Part II General Education requirement. Revised February 2013 Page 8

9 The General Education Program Some General Education selections listed on these pages may be limited by major/minor choice. Check the major/minor listing in the catalog for specific General Education requirements within the major/minor. NOTE: The following two requirements must be completed to fulfill university requirements for graduation. These can be met by making careful selections in the General Education sections listed below. 1. Each student must take a course in fine arts (ART 1800, MUS 1210 or THEA 2400) in Div. II Area C, Part 2*. 2. Each student must take a history course in Div. II Area B or D (HIST 1350, HIST 1351, HIST 2402 or HIST 2410). Division I I ntellectual Skills Division I Intellectual Skills 12 Area A: Written Communication - 6 credit hours Students exceptionally prepared in written communication, as defined by Planned Placement guidelines, may take ENGL 1080 in place of ENGL 1020 and ENGL Completion of ENGL 1080 with a grade of C or above will result in 6 hours ENGL 1080 (3) and ENGL 1020 (3). ENGL 1020 Composition I... 3 ENGL 1030 Composition II OR ENGL 1080 Advanced Composition... 6 Area B: Oral Communication - 3 credit hours Choose one course from the following: COMM 1000 Public Speaking... 3 THEA 1100 Oral Interpretation... 3 Area C: Mathematical Reasoning - 3 credit hours Choose one course from the following MATH 1111 College Algebra... 3 MATH 1150 Pre-Calculus Mathematics... 4 MATH 1300 Basic Statistics... 3 MATH 1620 Contemporary Mathematics... 3 Division II C ore Division II Core. 30 Area A: Part I - Life and Physical Sciences - 7 credit hours Choose any two courses with different prefixes from the following, one of which must have a laboratory component: BIOL 1003 Introduction to the Sciences: Ecology (Lab not included)... 3 BIOL 1004 Introduction to the Sciences: Ecology (Lab included)... 4 BIOL 1005 Introduction to Environmental Sciences (Lab not included)... 3 BIOL 1210 Human Biology (Lab not included)..3 CHEM 1103 Introduction to the Sciences: Chemistry (Lab not included)... 3 CHEM 1104 Introduction to the Sciences: Chemistry (Lab included)... 4 EASC 1004 Introduction to the Sciences: Geology (Lab included)... 4 PHYS 1103 Introduction to the Sciences: Physics (Lab not included)... 3 PHYS 1104 Introduction to the Sciences: Physics (Lab included)... 4 Area A: Part II - Technology credit hours Choose one technology course from the following: BTE 1210 Essentials of Managing Information... 2 CIS 1600 Business Information Management..3 CTE 2000 Technology and Society... 3 LIS 1600 University Library & Research Skills... 2 ENGT 1012 Global Production Technology... 2 Revised February 2013 Page 9

10 Area B: Social and Behavioral Sciences - 9 credit hours Each student must take a history course in Div. II Area B or D(HIST 1350, HIST 1351 or POLS 1510)#. Choose three courses with different prefixes from the following: ANTH 1810 Human Prehistory... 3 CJ 1000 Introduction to Criminal Justice... 3 ECON 1010 Principles of Macroeconomics... 3 GEOG 2212 World Geography... 3 #HIST 1350 History of the U.S. to #HIST 1351 History of the U.S. from POLS 1500 Introduction to Politics... 3 #POLS 1510 American Government... 3 PSY 1100 General Psychology... 3 SOC 1800 General Sociology... 3 Area C: Humanities and Fine Arts - 9 credit hours Part I. Choose one literature course from the following: ENGL 2200 American Literature to ENGL 2205 American Literature 1865 to Present... 3 ENGL 2210 British Literature to ENGL 2215 British Literature from 1798 to Present... 3 ENGL 2220 World Masterpieces... 3 Area C: Part II Humanities and Fine Arts Part II. Choose two courses from the following, one course of which must be Art (ART), Music (MUS) or Theatre (THEA)*. *ART 1800 Ideas and the Visual Arts... 3 COMM 3000 Film Appreciation... 3 *MUS 1210 Experiencing Music... 3 PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy... 3 REL 1510 Exploring Religion... 3 *THEA 2400 Discovering Theatre... 3 Any Modern (Foreign) Language: CHIN, FREN, GER, ML, SPAN, or CD Area D: Cultural Interaction - 3 credit hours Each student must take a history course in Div. II Area B or D (HIST 1350, HIST 1351, HIST 2402 or HIST 2410)#. Choose one course from the following: AGRI 2130 Global Agriculture... 3 ANTH 1820 Cultural Anthropology... 3 ECEL 2110 World Diversity and America... 3 GEOG 3201 The Cultural Landscape... 3 #HIST 2402 History of the Modern World... 3 #HIST 2410 Introduction to Africana Studies... 3 MUS 1225 Music of World s Cultures... 3 POLS 3522 Modern East Asia... 3 WS 2000 Race, Class, and Gender... 3 Revised February 2013 Page 10

11 The following chart lists WeMet classes that do not fulfill General Education requirements. They are however needed to meet the following major requirements in the 2012 undergraduate catalog. Course Class Name CH Required Majors: AG 1420 Animal Husbandry 3 Agriculture-Business, Agriculture MATH 1112 College Trigonometry 2 Geology, Construction Management, Electronics Technology, Design and Drafting Technology, Engineering Technology, Technology FIN 1820 Personal Finance 3 Business Teacher Education, Child and Family Development, Agriculture, Administrative support MATH 1151 NURS 2000 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5 Mathematics, Actuarial Science and Statistics, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Cooperative Engineering e-health and cyber wellness 2 Nursing Revised February 2013 Page 11

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