Professional Learning Courses
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Browse Summer Classes
Posted: (52 years ago) Browse all our summer classes. Browse course offerings by college. Columns are sortable and searchable. For course details, copy the subject and course number and enter it into the Course Search Engine . College of Applied Studies Barton School of Business College of Engineering College of Fine Arts College of Health Professions College of ...
Schedule of Courses - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) We have two tools to view course offerings. NEW! Use the Banner Schedule Search to find links for browsing, searching and viewing class information. Banner Schedule Search The WSU Custom Schedule Search allows you to narrow your course search with any combination of 12 checkable filters.
Course Search - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) This course search can be used to query the offerings of Wichita State University for the selected term. This search is not connected to the registration system. The user should record the CRN of courses in which they are interested in so they can be entered in the registration system.
Signed Language Courses
Posted: (52 years ago) Please follow the steps outlined below to enroll in Signed Language courses. General enrollment information applies to all students taking ASL courses - from those enrolling in the foundational courses to prepare for interpreting certification, to majors in other areas (whether on a degree path or not), to the public person seeking to take as personal development. Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) students must first contact the LAS Advising Center for further requirements and to obtain approval for the foreign lan…
General Education Courses - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) 169 rows · Course Number Course Title; WSUA 102D: Cross Cultural Communication: WSUA 102E: World Cultures in Popular Media: WSUA 102F: Cooking Communities: Food and Culture in the Hispanic World: WSUA 102G: Latinos in the US and the Midwest: WSUA 102J: Fundamentals of Diversity: WSUA 102M: History of Rock and Roll: WSUA 102O: Career, Life and the ...
General Education Program - Wichita State …
Posted: (52 years ago) General Education Course Requirements. The 36-hour General Education Program at WSU consists of Foundation, Divisional, and Additional Courses. Foundation Courses. Complete these four courses within the first 48 hours of enrollment with a grade of C- or better.
Course List – Service-Learning Online
Posted: (52 years ago) Self-paced course for faculty with Certificate of Completion. See more... Free Student Course. Self-paced course for students in service-learning courses. See more... Coming Soon! S-L Advanced Course. See more... Log In. 1845 Fairmount St. Wichita, Kansas 67260. USA (316) 978-3456 ...
CSET - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) This course covers the essential topics pertaining to composites engineering and the certification process. Its contents provide students with an awareness of the composites engineering process framework through course materials and practical applications through online discussions. Topics include engineering, manufacturing, maintenance, and certification of composite materials associated with civil aircraft structures. The course content is in accordance with FAA AC 20-107B (Composite Aircraft Stru…
Courses - wichita.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Course Distributions. These are typical course distributions. Exceptions will be allowed at the discretion of the Certificate Coordinators. 1. CHINESE. Language Courses (minimum: 10 hours) CHIN 111 Elementary Chinese I (5) CHIN 112 Elementary Chinese II (5) CHIN 210 Intermediate Chinese (5)
Biomedical Engineering Courses
Posted: (52 years ago) A course designed to introduce new, transfer, and interested engineering students to the program and discipline of Biomedical Engineering. The seminar includes activities such as research presentations from faculty and students, lab tours and activities, presentations from alumni and industry representatives, and learning about career options ...
Courses A - Z < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) CAS - Applied Studies. CESP - Counseling, Educational and School Psychology. CHEM - Chemistry. CI - Curriculum and Instruction. CJ - Criminal Justice. CLES - Counseling, Educational Leadership, Educational and School Psychology. COMM - Communication. CS - Computer Science. CSD - Communication Sciences and Disorders.
CI - Curriculum and Instruction < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) CI 764. Interdisciplinary STEM Education: Entry Course (3). Helps students learn methods of instruction in integrated STEM, using the lens of STEM content knowledge and modeling, inquiry and design practices. A set of methodologies that students can effectively adapt to a variety of situations beyond their specific disciplines are introduced.
Undergraduate Catalog 2021–2022 < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Undergraduate Catalog 2021–2022. Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, Kansas 67260. This catalog is a guide for information only and is not a contract. This catalog becomes effective fall semester 2021 and extends through the summer session 2022. The general university telephone number is 316-978-3456. For admission information ...
Public Short Courses for Engineers - Wichita
Posted: (52 years ago) The course is taught online, includes all teaching materials and features real-world discussions facilitated by subject matter experts and FAA representatives. Depending on prior knowledge and experience, students will spend up to ten hours per week reviewing materials, participating in online discussions and testing their knowledge.
WSU Online Programs
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to WSU Online! We bring the classrooms of Wichita State University to you. Online learning allows you to balance your coursework alongside your personal and professional life. Gain relevant knowledge, advance your career opportunities, and enhance your skill set through our online course options. General Information.
PHIL - Philosophy < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) PHIL 100. Meaning of Philosophy (3). General education humanities course.Exploration of the meaning of philosophic activity through an examination of several basic interpretations of the distinguishing intentions, characteristic procedures and essential functions of the philosophic endeavor.
ACCT - Accounting < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Umbrella course created to explore a variety of subtopics differentiated by letter (e.g., 690A, 690B, etc.). Students should enroll in the lettered courses with specific topics in the title rather than in this root course. Repeatable for credit with School of Accountancy consent. Prerequisite(s): junior standing, advanced standing.
CAD/CAM Course Descriptions - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) This course is for those interested in model based definition, where the 3D model is the master instead of the draft sheet. This course covers all of the necessary options to properly apply tolerancing and annotations on the 3D part or product. Objectives
PHYS - Physics < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) This course is a continuation of PHYS 714, Theoretical Physics. It is a study of mathematical techniques applicable to physics and other sciences. Topics covered in this course include group theory, differential geometry, statistical methods, functional methods, path integrals, renormalization grouping, chaos theory, and string theory.
CS - Computer Science < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Course introduces the fundamental principles and methods of manipulation, navigation and perception for intelligent robotics. Topics covered include geometry transformations, kinematics, dynamics, localization, navigation, mapping, motion planning, intelligent processing, smart sensing, decision making, and robotic intelligence.
Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Posted: (52 years ago) Beyond any concern for product, this course will prioritize each student's deepening relationship to the creative process—beginning with freeing students from inhibitions, self-censorship, and fears of vulnerability, and guiding each writer to touch the world up close with the imaginative power of language.
CS - Computer Science < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Course covers a wide variety of topics in deep learning architectures, feature learning and neural computation, including restricted Bolzman machines, autoencoders, convolutional neural networks etc. Covers mathematical methods and theoretical aspects as well as algorithmic and practical issues.
Using "Old" Blackboard Content in and Ultra Course
Posted: (52 years ago) If the new course page is already open, do not forget to refresh page to see updates after the copying contents. You will receive an email when the copy process is complete. Login to the new course and go through the steps to convert this course to Ultra. If your new …
MATH - Mathematics < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) This capstone course serves to reinforce mathematics skills learned in prerequisite courses and assists students in recognizing the unifying principles within their mathematical experiences. Prerequisite (s): MATH 111, 121, 123, 144, 501, and STAT 370 or equivalent with a grade point of 2.000 or better in each.
POLS - Political Science < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) POLS 150D. Presidential Leadership (0.5). This course is a continuation of our discussion on presidents of the modern era. During this course we will focus on Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, George H.W. Bush, and William J. Clinton.
CHEM - Chemistry < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) General education math and natural sciences course. Introduces general concepts of chemistry. Includes chemical stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, gas laws, states of matter and chemical periodicity. CHEM 211 -212 meets the needs of students who …
BIOL - Biology < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) BIOL 106. The Human Organism (3). General education math and natural sciences course.Introduces the nonscience major to certain biological principles as they relate to the human organism, provides biological information and understanding of subjects which are relevant to the student's own well-being and role as a world citizen, and increases awareness of the human place in the biosphere.
Courses Offered in Biological Sciences
Posted: (52 years ago) Course complements and enhances the student's academic program by providing an opportunity to apply knowledge gained through course work to job-related situations. For information contact the Biological Sciences chair or contact the Cooperative Education program office.
SOC - Sociology < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Course unpacks the intersecting contexts in which race relations are socially constructed and regulated at the micro and macro levels. Controversial topics, such as affirmative action, as well as theories of discrimination, and resistance strategies are discussed and analyzed. Course includes diversity content. Prerequisite(s): SOC 111.
PSY - Psychology < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Introduces the general principles and areas of psychology. Includes learning, perceiving, thinking, behavioral development, intelligence, personality and abnormalities of behavior. Course is a prerequisite for advanced and specialized courses in psychology. PSY 150. Workshop in Psychology (1-4).
SCWK - Social Work - CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) This course explores the modalities in which both untrained volunteers and professional practitioners utilize various animals to assist in working with a variety of client services. The focus of this course is on AAT in social work services, but much of the material presented is applicable to other human service disciplines as well.
High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) and Lightning ...
Posted: (52 years ago) In that event, WSU will refund any pre-paid course fees but will not be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages. Contact Us. WORKSHOP QUESTIONS Contact: Ernie Condon [email protected]wichita.edu (316) 640-8951 PAYMENT QUESTIONS Contact: Matt Jones [email protected]wichita.edu (316) 978-6469 ...
Intensive English Online - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) Our new Intensive English Online program offers levels five and six out of the seven levels we offer in our on-campus program. If you do not meet the score requirements for IE Online, check out our Intensive English program on campus! Intensive English on campus.
Composition Course Descriptions - Wichita
Posted: (52 years ago) Composition Course Descriptions. English 011. Syntax, Logic, and Organization (3) Reviews the basic elements of written English. Students write paragraphs and short essays. Combines lecture, small group discussion, and individual tutoring. For students whose ACT-English scores or placement test scores do not qualify them for English 101.
BS in Computer Science < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Program Requirements. A minimum total of 120 credit hours is required for the computer science program and includes the 65 credit hours of major courses that must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 2.000. All courses that are prerequisites to other courses have to be completed with a grade of C- or better.
PSY-311 Course Syllabus – PSY 311
Posted: (52 years ago) Jul 22, 2021 · PSY 311 “Research Methods in Psychology” is a 4-credit course. Because PSY 311 is a 4-credit course, you’re expected to spend a total of 180 hours on the course (4 course credits × 3 hours/week × 15 weeks = 180 total work hours for the entire course). You are expected to work on this course 2 hours per day, six days a week.
WOMS - Women's Studies < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Course includes diversity content. WOMS 587. Theories of Feminism (3). Because feminism is not a single ideological stance or perspective, course examines a variety of ideas underlying feminist cultural critiques and visions for social change. Discusses the contribution of women's studies to various academic disciplines.
SPAN - Spanish < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) SPAN 210. Intermediate Spanish (5). General education humanities course.Students develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the target language, and gain awareness of both the structure of the Spanish language and of how language is used to create meaning within a range of social contexts.
AE - Aerospace Engineering < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) Zero credit hour course specifically for freshmen aerospace engineering students. Includes faculty and industry engineer seminars and activities that promote academic success, hands-on aerospace relevant experiences, and career achievement. Prerequisite (s): freshman standing. AE …
IME - Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering < …
Posted: (52 years ago) The course outlines the basic principles of design, modeling, and analysis of cyber-physical systems with the use of mathematical abstractions, control theories, data communication, and distributed algorithms. The course also explains some of the Industry-4.0 technologies, such as cognitive robotics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT ...
Course Description - Wichita State University
Posted: (52 years ago) SPAN 210. Intermediate Spanish (5). General education humanities course. Students develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the target language, and gain awareness of both the structure of the Spanish language and of how language is used to create meaning within a range of social contexts.
BS in Aerospace Engineering < CourseLeaf
Posted: (52 years ago) 129. 1. May count as a general education course. 2. Must be chosen with advisor’s approval or from a departmentally approved list. 3. Aerospace engineering will allow students to substitute two ENGR 250 courses (one of which must be ENGR 250PP ) to satisfy …