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SMU-in-Taos

SMU-in-Taos

Summer Courses 2017

Summer Courses 2017

SMU-in-Taos Courses: Summer 2017


May Term
May 17 – June 3, 2017
Up to 5 credit hours

May Application
June Term
June 6 – July 1, 2017
Up to 8 credit hours

June Application
August Term
August 2 – 19, 2017
Up to 5 credit hours

August Application

 

May Term, May 17 - June 3, 2017
Up to 5 credit hours 

May 17, Wed: Travel/Arrival of students, 2-6 pm.
May 18, Thurs: First day of classes.
June 2, Fri: Last day of classes, including exams.
June 3, Sat: Departure of students, by 10 am

All 3 credit hour courses run Monday-Friday, 4 hours per day
Click course abbreviation to see sample syllabus.

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 5 credits during May Term.

Course

Name

UC Credit

Instructor

1-Credit Courses
These optional 1-credit courses can only be taken in addition to one of the 3-credit courses below.

KNW 2199

The Taos Experience: Everyday Life & Ritual

KNW

Branch & Robinson-Doyle

 PRW 2135   PRW 2: Mountain Sports  PRW 2 Weil & Rudich
 3-Credit Courses
Students must enroll in one of the 3-credit courses listed below.

Cox School of Business

BL 3335

Business Law
Business majors only. Cannot be taken with KNW 2199.

PRIE 2/HFA (depth)

Kincaid

ITOM 2308

Information Technology for Management
Business majors only.

IL

Gwinn

KNW 3375

Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership 

PRIE 2/HFA (depth), W, OC

Rasberry

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

ANTH 3374

Cultures and Environments of the Southwest

HC 2, IIC 2/HSBS (depth), CE

Wetherington

BIOL 1305

Our Natural Environment

PAS 1/SE (breadth)

Ubelaker

DISC 1313

Crossing Borders into Cultures Unknown:
Writers and Artists of the Southwest

DD

Newton

HIST 3379

The Cultural History of New Mexico

HC 2/HSBS (depth), HD, OC, IL

Foley

PSYC 2301

Research Methods in Psychology 

QR, IL, W

Rowe

SOCI 2377

Introduction to Markets and Culture

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Branch

 SPAN 1402 Beginning Spanish II  --  Larkin

Meadows School of the Arts

ASPT 1300

Introduction to Painting

CA 1/CA (breadth)

Corris

 FILM 3351 International Film History CA 1/CA (breadth, HC 1/HC (breadth)  Worland

THEA 3351

Textiles in Taos

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Stephens

 THEA 4381  Studies in Theatre, Drama & Performance  CA 2/HFA (depth), HD  Stephens

Simmons School of Education

APSM 3351

Nutrition

TM (breadth), CE

Robinson-Doyle

June Term, June 6 - July 1, 2017
Up to 8 credit hours 

June 6, Tues: Travel/Arrival of students, 2-6 pm.
June 7, Wed: First day of classes.
June 30, Fri: Last day of classes, including exams.
July 1, Sat: Departure of students, by 10 am

All 3 credit hour courses run Monday-Friday, 2 hours per day
Click course abbreviation to see sample syllabus.

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 8 credits during June Term.  Occasionally, seniors may be granted special permission to enroll in 9 hours.

Course

Name

UC Credit

Instructor

1-Credit Courses
These optional 1-credit courses can only be taken in addition to one of the 3-credit courses below.

KNW 2199

The Taos Experience: Everyday Life & Ritual

KNW

Branch

 PRW 2135  PRW 2: Mountain Sports  PRW 2  Weil
  3-Credit Courses
Students must enroll in one of the 3-credit courses listed below.

Cox School of Business

MNO 3310

Management Concepts
For non-business majors.

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Vandewalle

MNO 3370

Management for Organizations
Business majors only.

IIC 2/HCBS (depth)

Vandewalle

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

BIOL 1310

Aquatic Biology

PAS1/SE (breadth)

Phillips

BIOL 3354

Parasitology

--

Ubelaker

BIOL 3343 &
BIOL 3347

Field Botany & Systematic Botany

--

Ubelaker

BIOL 5358 &
BIOL 5359

Ecology of Parasitism & Host Parasite Relationships

--

Ubelaker

HIST 3309

North American Environmental History

HC 2/HC (breadth), W

Graybill

 PSYC 3360 Health Psychology IL, HD Gunther

RELI 1301

Religious Literacy: Difference, Identity, and Representation in Taos 

PRIE 1/PRIE (breadth), CE, HD, 
more pending

DeTemple & Perkins

SOCI 3372

Contemporary Issues in the American Southwest

IIC 2/HSBS (depth), HD, CE

Branch

 SPAN 2401 Intermediate Spanish I  LL (breadth), GE Molina

SPAN 2302

Intermediate Spanish II

IIC 1, GE

Molina

Lyle School of Engineering

 CEE 2302 Authentic Leadership  W, more pending Minsker
 CEE 2322 Field Methods for Soil and Water Analysis  --  Quicksall 

CSE 5394/7394 or
EE 5394/7394

Measurement Study Design with Phones and Drones --  Camp 

Meadows School of the Arts

ASAG 3325

Art/Land: An open studio workshop & Directed Studies

CA 2/HFA (depth)

Sullivan &
Van Keuren

 ASAG 5325  Art/Land: An open studio workshop & Directed Studies  --

 Sullivan &
Van Keuren

ASDR 1300

Introduction to Drawing

CA 1/CA (breadth)

Van Keuren

FILM 1304

Production 1

CA 1/CA (breadth), TM

Perkins

Simmons School of Education

EPL 3301

The American University

IIC 2/HSBS (depth), OC, W

Harris

August Term, August 2-19, 2017
Up to 5 credit hours 

Aug 2, Wed: Travel/Arrival of students, 2-6 pm.
Aug 3, Thurs: First day of classes.
Aug 18, Fri: Last day of classes, including exams.
Aug 19, Sat: Departure of students, by 10 am


All 3 credit hour courses run Monday-Friday, 4 hours per day
Click course abbreviation to see sample syllabus.

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 5 credits during August Term.

Course

Name

UC Credit

Instructor

1-Credit Courses
These optional 1-credit courses can only be taken in addition to one of the 3-credit courses below.

KNW 2199

The Taos Experience: Everyday Life & Ritual

KNW

Robinson-Doyle

 PRW 2135 PRW II: Mountain Sports PRW 2 Weil & Rudich
  3-Credit Courses
Students must enroll in one of the 3-credit courses listed below.

Cox School of Business

BL 3335

Business Law
Business majors only. Cannot be taken with KNW 2199.

PRIE 2/HFA (depth)

Kincaid

BLI 3302

Business Communication and Leader Development
Business majors only.

OC

Strasser

MKTG 3310

Marketing Concepts

For non-business majors.

--

Besio

MKTG 3340

Fundamentals of Marketing

Business majors only.

--

Besio

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

ANTH 3348/
HRTS 3348

Health as a Human Right

IIC 2/HSBS (depth),
HD, IL, GE, CE

Mehmood

BIOL 1308

Plant Biology

PAS 1/SE (breadth)

Ubelaker

ENGL 1365

Literatures of Minorities

CA 1, LL (breadth), HD

Levy

HIST 3397

New Mexico: The History of Religion, Spirituality, and the Counterculture in the "Land of Enchantment"

HC 2/HC (breadth), PRIE 1/PRIE (breadth)

Seman

 MATH 2343 Introduction to Differential Equations QR Norris

PHYS 1311

Elements of Astronomy
(Cannot be taken with KNW 2199)

PAS 1/SE (breadth), QR

Cooley &

Sekula

PSYC 4377

Environmental Psychology

IIC 2/HSBS (breadth), CA 2/HFA (depth),
OC, CE

Logan

STAT 2301

Statistics for Modern Business Decisions

QF

Robertson

Lyle School of Engineering

EE 2350

Circuit Analysis I

--

Lee

Meadows School of the Arts

           ADV 1341    

                                Marketing Principles of Advertising

 --             Besio

ARHS 1351

Visual Cultures: Art and Architecture of Native American and Hispanic New Mexico

CA1/CA (breadth),
HC 1/HC (breadth)

Windrow

 ASPH 3306  Photography in Taos  CA 2/HFA (depth),
HC 2/HSBS (depth),
IL, OC
 Hunter