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NAU Winter Semester 2017

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3 Credits in 4 Weeks

If you’re prepared to work hard, you can earn 3 credits in 4 weeks over winter break. Fast-paced, intense winter courses can help you:

  • graduate earlier—or on time
  • enroll in a class that fills up quickly in fall and spring
  • lighten your spring course load
  • get your degree back on track

In-person, online, and blended courses offer you flexible options to get ahead for 2017. Check out the course list below or search for a class in LOUIE.


2017 Undergraduate Winter Courses To activate the 2017 Undergraduate Winter Courses tab, press your spacebar.

  • ADV  207 – Introduction to Advertising
  • AIS  101 – Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • ANT  101 – Humankind Emerging
  • ANT  102 – Exploring Cultures
  • ANT  103 – Culture in Communication
  • ANT  104 – Lost Tribes and Buried Cities
  • ANT  106 – The Art of Ancient Technology
  • ANT  306 – Peoples of the Southwest
  • ANT  351 – Southwestern Archaeology
  • ARH  143 – Introduction to the Arts of Asia
  • ARH  145 – Introduction to Native North American Art
  • ARH  351 – Art of the United States
  • BME  210 – Foundations of Multicultural Education
  • CCJ  210 – Courts and Justice
  • CCJ  215 – Crime, Justice, and the Media
  • CCJ  220 – Law Enforcement Systems
  • CCJ  250 – Criminology
  • CCJ  325 – Drug Issues and the Law
  • CINE  101 – Introduction to Cinema Studies
  • CMF  328W – Media Development Writing
  • CMF  382 – The Art of Cinema
  • COM  100 – Survey of Communication
  • COM  101 – Communication Analysis
  • COM  150 – Environmental Communication
  • COM  200 – Basic Communication Theory
  • COM  212 – Mass Media and Society
  • COM  301 – Race, Gender, and Media
  • COM  400 – Mass Communication Regulation and Responsibility
  • CST  315 – Business and Professional Speaking
  • CST  424 – Gender and Communication
  • CST  477 – Mediation and Conflict Management
  • ECI  302 – Children’s Literature
  • ECI  305 – Early Childhood Development
  • ECI  312 – Curriculum and Assessment in Early Childhood
  • ECI  316 – Play Education
  • ECI  361 – Classroom Guidance/Management
  • ECO  201 – Introduction to Business Statistics
  • ECO  280 – Introduction to Economics
  • ENG  245 – U.S. Multi-Ethnic Literature Survey
  • ENG  270 – Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction
  • ES  100 – Introduction to Ethnic Studies
  • ES  150 – Introduction to African American Studies
  • ES  160 – Introduction to Latino(a)/Chicano(a) Studies
  • ES  200 – Race, Identity and Film
  • ES  215 – Race and Ethnic Relations
  • ESE  280 – Introduction to Children with Exceptional Needs
  • ESE  434 – Foundations of Moderate to Severe Disabilities and Language Development
  • FIN  303 – Concepts in Finance
  • FIN  311 – Principles of Finance Fin
  • FOR  360 – Natural Resources Policy
  • GSP  148 – Foods of the US

 

  • GSP  240 – World Geography West
  • HA  208 – Fieldwork Experience – Internship
  • HA  210 – Hotel Operations and Management
  • HA  240 – Restaurant Operations and Management
  • HA  243 – Foundations in Kitchen Operations
  • HA  250 – Facilities and Sustainability Management for Hotels
  • HA  270 – Hospitality Information Technology II
  • HA  280 – Beverage Production and Service
  • HA  315w – Hospitality Leadership and Ethics
  • HA  345 – Hospitality Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
  • HA  351 – Corporate Finance for Hospitality Managers
  • HA  355 – Revenue Management and Cost Control for Restaurants
  • HA  400 – Hotel Group Sales Management
  • HIS  392 – The Civil War: Union in Crisis
  • HS  300 – Human Diseases
  • HUM  101 – Introduction to Humanities
  • HUM  373 – Nature and Values
  • ISM  360 – Management Information Systems
  • JLS  104 – Grammar & Style
  • JLS  131 – Basic Reporting
  • JUS  411 – Criminal Justice Ethics
  • MGT  300 – Managing, Organizing and Leading
  • MGT  303 – Concepts in Management
  • MKT  303 – Concepts in Marketing
  • MKT  333 – Introduction to Marketing
  • MKT  334 – Consumer Behavior and Satisfaction
  • NTS  135 – Introduction to Nutrition and Foods
  • PADM  327 – Public Budgeting and Finance
  • PADM  411 – Ethics, Policy and Administration
  • PHI  332 – Health Care Ethics
  • POS  100 – Introduction to Politics
  • POS  120 – World Politics
  • POS  220 – Federal and Arizona Constitution
  • POS  356 – Race, Power and Politics
  • POS  359 – Environmental Policy
  • PR  272 – Introduction to Public Relations
  • PRM  205 – Happiness
  • PRM  300 – Ecotourism
  • PSY  215 – Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY  240 – Developmental Psychology
  • PSY  250 – Social Psychology
  • PSY  378 – Positive Psychology: Understanding Human Strengths
  • PSY  497 – Independent Study
  • REL  150 – Religions of the World
  • SOC  204 – Sociology of Gender
  • SOC  215 – Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC  316 – Sociology of Sexuality
  • SOC  318 – Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SOC  356 – The Sociology of Popular Culture
  • SPA  301 – Advanced Spanish Grammar
  • WGS  191 – Women, Gender Identity and Ethnicity
  • WGS  299 – Special Topics: Women, Health, and Sexuality

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2017 Graduate Winter Courses To activate the 2017 Graduate Winter Courses tab, press your spacebar.

  • BME  697 – Independent Study
  • CTE  550 – Grant Writing
  • ECI  531 – Foundations of Reading Instruction
  • ECI  652 – Gender Issues in Education
  • ECI  671 – Reading in the Content Area
  • EDF  677 – Educational Sociology
  • EDR  610 – Introduction to Research

 

  • ENG  573 – Writer’s Creative Process
  • ENG  582 – Approaches to Teaching Grammar
  • EPS  606 – Applied Behavior Management
  • EPS  610 – Child Psychology
  • ESE  548 – Survey of Special Education
  • ETC  545 – Internet for Educators
  • POS  501 – Research Methods and Analysis

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