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Spring 2016 Class Schedule

College of Arts & Sciences

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  • Note these abbreviations for the days of the week: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday
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  • Classes that have not been assigned a classroom are listed with "TBA."
  • Classes that do not have a standard meeting pattern are listed with "ARR."


Arts & Sciences

Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
210 Cross-Cul Inter:Exp&Unde 3.0 16254 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P HH 00315 Holland,Stephen P No 25 OPEN
Regular Academic
215 Career Explorations 1.0 17783 LEC 0001 MW 10:00A - 10:50A Carr,Andrea Lynn No 24 OPEN
Eight Week - First
350A Special Topics 4.0 17855 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Jacobus,Laurie No -1 CLOSED
Prerequisite: Soc-Sci 465P. Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - Second
Topics: Readings in Human Resources
350B Special Topics 1.0 16605 LEC 0001 SU 08:30A - 4:30P ARR SEE NOTES Skidmore Jr,Max Jose No 2 OPEN
Note: Class meets at the Greater Kansas City Indian Center 600 W 39th Street KCMO 64111. March 19-20. Eight Week - Second
Topics: The Presidential Debates
350C Special Topics 1.0 16112 LEC 0001 SU 08:30A - 4:30P ARR SEE NOTES Quearry,Jayson Willi No 12 OPEN
Note: Class meets Feb. 13-14 at the Kansas City Academy, 7933 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. 64114. Note: In the broadest sense, this class intends to study the different methods of storytelling in two distinct mediums (Comics and Film). The class will be structured around close readings of graphic novels prior to class meetings and comparative viewings of the film versions of these texts during class. As well, group discussions of each text and film will aid the study of how each medium imparts its narrative information and how the students have understood the information. Eight Week - First
Topics: Comic Book to Film
350H Special Topics 3.0 15530 LEC 0002 T 5:30P - 8:15P ARR SEE NOTES Skidmore Jr,Max Jose No 6 OPEN
Note: Class meets at The Kansas City Indian Center, 600 West 39th St., Kansas City, Mo. 64111 Note: Web-assisted class Please contact Professor Skidmore at skidnv@hotmail.com for additional details about this class. If you have questions about enrolling in this class please contact the A&S Continuing Education office at 816-235-2736. Course Description: This class examines the best (and worst) horror movies from the silent era of Nosferatu to the modern era’s films such as 28 Days Later and Drag Me to Hell. With a festive Halloween theme, this class will not only look at how the filmmaking process has developed and changed over the last century, but will also examine how the reoccurring themes often match society’s trends of the time. In the ‘50s, did the monsters attacking bikini-be Eight Week - First
Topics: Classic Horror Films
350R Special Topics 3.0 15470 LEC 0001 R 5:30P - 8:15P ARR SEE NOTES Skidmore Jr,Max Jose No 1 OPEN
Note: Class meets at The Kansas City Indian Center, 600 W. 39th St., Kansas City, Mo. 64111 on Thursdays. Note: Web Assisted Class Eight Week - Second
Topics: Survey of Rock and Roll Films
400 Special Rdngs/Topics 1.0 16621 LEC 0001 SU 08:30A - 4:30P ARR SEE NOTES Skidmore Jr,Max Jose No 12 OPEN
Note: Class meets April 9 and 10 at KKFI 90.1 FM Radio, 3901 Main St., Suite 203, Kansas City, Mo. 64111 (on the southeast corner of 39th and Main Street in Kansas City, Mo. Students can park behind and enter from the Great American Bank lobby doors at the back of the building. Ring the buzzer for KKFI and someone will unlock the door). Eight Week - Second
Topics: Talk Radio
400G Special Readings/Topics 3.0 17743 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Hensley-Ward,Rebecca No 0 CLOSED
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - Second
Topics: Pathological Gambling
400RR Special Readings/Topics 3.0 13042 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Butcher,Nick T No -1 CLOSED
Note: Class meets 1st 8 weeks (Jan 20-Mar 15). Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - First
Topics: Violence/Substance Abuse Res
400SA Special Readings/Topics 2.0 16391 LEC 0002 ARR ARR INTERNET Butcher,Nick T No 1 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - Second
Topics: Drugs of Abuse: Clinical Conce
400SS Special Readings/Topics 3.0 13040 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Butcher,Nick T No -3 CLOSED
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - Second
Topics: Women/Substance Abuse
490 Special Topics 1.0-3.0 11954 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR No 10 OPEN
Note: Instructor's consent required Regular Academic
490 Special Topics 1.0-3.0 11955 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR No 10 OPEN
Note: Instructor's consent required Regular Academic
490B Special Topics 3.0 13866 IND 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Thurlow,Christine Br No 10 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Regular Academic
Topics: Experience of Health in Aging
490S Special Topics 1.0 15478 LEC 0001 S 08:30A - 4:30P ARR SEE NOTES Quearry,Jayson Willi No 0 CLOSED
Note: Class meets April 23-24 at The Kansas City Academy, 7933 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.April 23-24. Topic: Superhero Cinema and the Post-9/11 American Myth Course Description: Through an examination of modern and classic superhero film adaptations, students will be introduced to the process of reading filmic texts. Specifically, students will be introduced to the components of cinema that define it as a medium and how they aid in the conveyance of thematic content. The superhero genre’s current global box office dominance will serve as a textual case study for reading a body of films for thematic value. Studying the repetition of the superhero origin narrative, the liminal ritual, 9/11 imagery, and costume symbolism within the genre, a discussion about the genre’s importance as an Eight Week - Second
Topics: Superhero Cinema & Post-9/11
490W Special Topics 3.0 18540 LEC 0002 ARR ARR INTERNET Bellovich,Tena Jean No 1 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Eight Week - Second
Topics: Web Multimedia/Animation
491 International Internship 1.0-9.0 13008 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR No 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
492 Field Practicum In Aging 3.0 13009 FLD 0001 ARR ARR ARR Breytspraak,Linda M Yes 8 OPEN
Note: Instructors consent required Prerequisite: Completion of three Gerontology core courses are required Regular Academic
5501B St:Crit Thnkng Social St 1.0-3.0 13865 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Thurlow,Christine Br No 18 OPEN
Class is taught via the Internet. Go to http://blackboard.umkc.edu/ and log-in with your SSO for complete class information. For help using this resource, contact the Call Center at 816-235-2000.Regular Academic
Topics: Experience of Health & Aging
5501E Special Rdngs/Topics 1.0-3.0 11956 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR No 15 OPEN
Regular Academic
5520 Crit C:Rsrch Cpstn Semnr 3.0 11957 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Austin,April Louise Yes 4 OPEN
Note: Permission of instructor and consent number required Regular Academic
5520 Crit C:Rsrch Cpstn Semnr 3.0 16390 LEC 0002 ARR ARR ARR Rydberg-Cox,Jeffrey No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
5535 Directd Studies Lib Art 1.0-3.0 11958 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Yes 10 OPEN
Note: Permission of instructor and permission number required Regular Academic
5540 Liberal Arts Thesis 1.0-3.0 11959 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Yes 18 OPEN
Note: Permission of instructor and consent number required Regular Academic
5592 Field Practicum In Aging 3.0 13010 FLD 0001 ARR ARR ARR Breytspraak,Linda M Yes 8 OPEN
Note: Instructor's consent required Prerequisite: Completion of A&S 5500 and three Gerontology core courses are required Regular Academic