MENU

Class Schedules

Summer 2017 Class Schedule

College of Arts & Sciences

Print page


  • Note these abbreviations for the days of the week: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday
  • Building names are abbreviated and can be determined by looking at the Campus Map.
  • Sections that have not been assigned an instructor are listed with "staff."
  • 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."


Sociology

Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
101 Sociology: An Introductn 3.0 31961 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Wood,Ann M No 0 CLOSED
Note: Instructor permission required; Contact Dr. Ann Wood (woodam@umkc.edu) Note: If you are a BLA-Online student, please contact Liz Barton to get enrolled in the course. bartonliz@umkc.edu. 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.Four Week - First
101 Sociology: An Introductn 3.0 32100 LEC 0002 ARR ARR INTERNET Wood,Ann M No 1 OPEN
Note: Instructor permission required; Contact Dr. Ann Wood (woodam@umkc.edu). Note: If you are a BLA-Online student, please contact Liz Barton to get enrolled in the course. bartonliz@umkc.edu. 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.Four Week - Second
263 Intro/Stats/Soc/CJC 3.0 32981 LEC 0001 ARR ARR INTERNET Owens,Jennifer Lynn No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
300 Special Topics in Sociol 3.0 32567 LEC 0001 MTWR 09:00A - 11:30A RH 00211 Huberman,Jennifer M No 15 OPEN
Note: This course investigates the variety of ways human beings construe and configure relationships between the living and the dead. It asks: how do the dead come to animate the lives of the living in different social contexts? What role have new technologies played in reconfiguring the boundaries between life and death? Why have anthropologists been so interested in studying relationships between the living and the dead and how are their approaches reflective of different theoretical perspectives and concerns within the discipline of cultural anthropology? Four Week - Second
Topics: The Living Dead
390R Directed Field Exper I 1.0-6.0 32931 FLD 0001 ARR ARR ARR Smith,Deborah No 0 CLOSED
Note: Must be available Monday June 19 11am through Tuesday June 20 9pm and Wednesday and Thursday June 21 and 22 4-9pm. Note: Students are required to complete 150 hours at internship site; Instructor permission required. Five Week - First
5899 Required Grad Enrollment 1.0 32049 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Smith,Deborah No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic