SMU-in-Taos

Summer Course Offering 2014

May Term
May 14 – 31
Up to 4 credit hours
Mini-June Term
June 4 – 21
Up to 4 credit hours
June Term
June 4 – July 3
Up to 7 credit hours
August Term
August 5 – 22
Up to 4 credit hours

*Course meets Human Diversity requirement for GEC and/or UC 


May Term, May 14 - 31
Up to 4 credit hours

Course  Name Instructor
ARHS 1351 Visual Cultures: Modern Art in Taos Janis Bergman-Carton
ASPH 1300 Basics of Photography Debora Hunter
BIOL 1308 Plant Biology John Ubelaker
BL 3335 Business Law Barbara Kincaid
*CF 3338 Defining the Southwest Ruben Arellano
 CF 3377/ THEA 4381
Textiles in Taos Claudia Stephens 
*CFA 3372 Imagining Southwest Indians Steven Weisenburger
*CFB 3310/
ANTH 3310
Gender & Sex Roles: A Global Perspective Jose Santos
CFB 3351/
ANTH 3351

Forensic Anthropology: Stories Told by Bones
Ron Wetherington
CFB 3375/
MNO 3375

Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership
Bob Rasberry
*CFB 3383/
HIST 3342
Utopian Perspectives on the American Southwest Jim Hopkins
MKTG 3343 Consumer Behavior Dan Howard
*PHIL 3383 American Philosophy: Encounter with the Native Perspective Stephen Hiltz
PRW-2 2135/ WELL 2131
Physical Fitness: Mountain Sports Anne Weil

Mini-June Term, June 4 - 21
Up to 4 credit hours

Course  Name Instructor
 ADV 3362
Marketing Principles of Advertising  Chip Besio
 
BL 3335 Business Law Barbara Kincaid
MKTG 3310 Marketing Concepts (Non-BBA) 
Chip Besio
PRW-2 2135/ WELL 2131
Physical Fitness: Mountain Sports Anne Weil

June Term, June 4 - July 3
Up to 7 credit hours

Course  Name Instructor
ANTH 5681/5981 Archaeology Field School
(JUNE 4 – JULY 16)
Kit Nelson
ASAG 3325/5325 Building and Imagining the Landscape Jay Sullivan & Phillip Van Keuren
 ASAG 5100/5200/5300 Studio Arts Internship Chip Besio
 ARHS 4111/4211/4311 Art Museum Internship Chip Besio
ASPH 3360/
JOUR 5301
Special Topics: Human Rights and Documentary Photography Kael Alford
 BA 4111/4112/4113 Cox Business Internship  Chip Besio
BIOL 1310 Aquatic Biology Peter Phillips
BIOL 3343/ BIOL 3347 Field Botany and Systematic Botany John Ubelaker
BIOL 5358/ BIOL 5359 Ecology of Parasitism and Host-Parasite Relationships John Ubelaker
*CF 3376  Southwest Ethnic Diversity  Neil Foley 
CFA 3346  Taos Experience (Richter Scholarship)  David Doyle/Sally Spaniolo 
CFB 3381/
MNO 4371
Leadership and Culture in the Southwest Don Vandewalle
CFB 3309/
HIST 3309
North American Environmental History Andrew Graybill
*CFB 3353/
RELI 3353
Borderlands: Latino/Latina Religions Jill De Temple
 COMM 4396 Civil Society Advocacy and Campaigns  Nina Flournoy
 COMM 4325 Non-profit Internship  Nina Flournoy 
MKTG 5150 Cox Marketing Internship Chip Besio
PRW-1 1101 Concepts of Wellness Anne Weil
PRW-2 2135/ WELL 2131
Physical Fitness: Mountain Sports

Anne Weil

 *SOCI 2300 Social Problems  Deb Branch
SOCI 2377  Introduction to Markets and Culture  Deb Branch
SPAN 1402 Beginning Spanish II Maria Del Pilar Melgarejo


August Term, August 5 - 22
Up to 4 credit hours

Course  Name Instructor
 ADV 3362 Marketing Principles of Advertising  Chip Besio
ASIM 3370/5302 BioArt: Nature as Material Seminar Brittany Ransom
ASPT 1300 Introduction to Painting Anna Membrino
BIOL 1305 Our Natural Environment John Ubelaker
BL 3335 Business Law Barbara Kincaid
*CF 3338 Defining the Southwest Jennifer Seman
*CFA 3325/ HIST 3379 A Cultural History of New Mexico Peter and Susan Bakewell
*CFA 3350/
ANTH 3350
Good Eats and Forbidden Flesh Carolyn Smith-Morris
CFB 3375/ MNO 3375 Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership Bob Rasberry 
MKTG 3340 Fundamentals of Marketing Chip Besio
*PERB 2313 Hand Drumming and Ethnic Percussion Jamal Mohamed
PRW-2 2135/ WELL 2131
Physical Fitness: Mountain Sports Anne Weil
PSYC 3360 Health Psychology Max Gunther
SS 2320 Engineering Environmental Field Methods Andrew Quicksall
STAT 4340/
EMIS 3340/
CSE 4340
Probability and Statistics for Engineers Ian Harris

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