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Summer Courses

Applications for Summer 2018 terms open Wednesday, January 31, 2018!

Summer 2018 Course Offerings

 

Online Applications Open Wednesday, January 31, 2018

May Term
May 16 – June 2, 2018
3-5 credit hours
June Term
June 5 – June 22, 2018*
3-5 credit hours*
August Term
August 3 – 18, 2018
3-5 credit hours

*Field school students may be allowed to enroll in up to 9 hours and may be required to stay past June 22.  Please check syllabi for details.

May Term
May 16 - June 2, 2018
3-5 credit hours 

May 2, Wed: Pre-Departure Orientation in Dallas, 5 pm

May 16
Wed: Travel/Arrival of students, 4-6 pm.
May 17, Thurs: First day of classes. 
June 1, Fri: Last day of classes, including exams.
June 2, Sat: Departure of students, by 10 am.

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 5 credits during May Term.  All 3 credit hour courses run Monday-Friday, 4 hours per day. 

Course

Name

UC Credit
*Please verify credits on UC website.

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

KNW

Deb Branch & Laura Robinson-Doyle

 PRW 2135   PRW 2: Mountain Sports  PRW 2 Anne Levine & Mark 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)

Barbara Kincaid

 BLI 3302 Business Communication and Leader Development  OC Paula Strasser

ITOM 2308

Information Technology for Managers
Business majors only.

IL

Allen Gwinn

KNW 3375

Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership 

PRIE 2/HFA (depth), W, OC

Robert Rasberry

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

ANTH 3373

Living with Fire: Past, Present, and Future

HC 1, OC

Christopher Roos

BIOL 1305

The Natural Environment

PAS 1/SE (breadth)

John Ubelaker

 GEOL 5384

Applied Hydrogeology

--

Matthew Hornbach

HIST 3379

The Cultural History of New Mexico

HC 2/HSBS (depth), OC, IL

Neil Foley

 PHIL 3383 American Philosophy: Encounter with the Native Perspective  HFA (depth), HSBS (depth), HD, IL

 Stephen Hiltz

PSYC 3301

Research Methods in Psychology 

QR, IL, W

Lorelei Rowe

SOCI 2377

Introduction to Markets and Culture

--

Deb Branch

Meadows School of the Arts

AMAE 3387 Attracting Capital OC

Jim Hart

 THEA 2311 The Art of Acting CA 1, OC Kara-Lynn Vaeni

Simmons School of Education

APSM 3351

Nutrition

TM (breadth), CE

Laura Robinson-Doyle

June Term
June 5 - June 22, 2018 **Pay close attention to departure dates.  Students enrolled in Field School courses may be required to stay past June 22.  Check syllabus for exact dates.**
3-5 credit hours **Field School students may have the option to enroll in up to 9 credit hours.** 

May 3, Thurs: Pre-Departure Orientation in Dallas, 5 pm

June 5,
Tues: Travel/Arrival of students, 2-6 pm.
June 6, Wed: First day of classes.
June 21, Thurs: Last day of classes, including exams.
June 22, Fri: Departure of students, by 10 am

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 8 credits during June Term.  Some field school students may be allowed to enroll in up to 9 credit hours.  
All 3 credit hour courses run Monday-Friday, 4 hours per day.  

Course

Name

UC Credit
*Please verify credits on UC website.

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

Deb Branch

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

Cox School of Business

MKTG 3343

Consumber Behavior
For non-business majors.

--

Daniel Howard

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

ANTH 3312

Mesoamerican Archeology

HC 2, IIC 2, IL, HD

Alejandro Figueroa

 ANTH 5381  Field Methods in Archeology
**FIELD SCHOOL COURSE: CHECK SYLLABUS FOR DATES**
 --  Michael Adler

BIOL 3354

Parasitology

--

John Ubelaker

BIOL 3343 &
BIOL 3347

Field Botany & Systematic Botany
**FIELD SCHOOL COURSE: CHECK SYLLABUS FOR DATES**

--

John Ubelaker

BIOL 5358 &
BIOL 5359

Ecology of Parasitism & Host Parasite Relationships
**FIELD SCHOOL COURSE: CHECK SYLLABUS FOR DATES**

--

John Ubelaker

 ECO 1312 Principles of Macroeconomics -- Elizabeth Wheaton
 ENGL 2315 Introduction to Literary Study: Outside Perspectives CA 2, W Timothy Rosendale
 GEOL 3343 Geology Field Studies
**FIELD SCHOOL COURSE: CHECK SYLLABUS FOR DATES**
-- Ian Richards

HIST 3309

North American Environmental History

HC 2/HC (breadth), W

Andrew Graybill

 PSYC 3360 Health Psychology IL, HD Max Gunther

SOCI 3372

Contemporary Issues in the American Southwest

IIC 2/HSBS (depth), HD, CE

Debra Branch

 STAT 2331 Introduction to Statistical Methods  QF Ian Harris
 WL 3376 Literature and Nation: Autonomy, Foreign Influence, and Identity in the Southwest  HC 1, LL Lourdes Molina

Lyle School of Engineering

 CEE 2322 Field Methods for Soil and Water Analysis  --  Andrew Quicksall 

CSE 5394/7394 or
EE 5394/7394

Measurement Study Design with Phones and Drones --  Joseph Camp 

Meadows School of the Arts

ADV 1360

Creative Production

--

Mark Allen

 ADV 4317 Consumer Behavior  -- Daniel Howard
 ASPT 1300  Introduction to Painting  CA 1, OC

 Jane Starks

ASPT 5302

Directed Studies in Painting
Requires instructor permission.

--

Jane Starks

FILM 1304

Production 1

CA 1/CA (breadth), TM

Troy Perkins

 FILM 5310 Directed Study   -- Troy Perkins
 JOUR 4316 Communication Law HSBS (depth)  Jared Schroeder

August Term
August 3-18, 2018 **Pay close attention to arrival dates.  Only students enrolled in PRW may arrive on August 3.**
3-5 credit hours 

May 3Thurs: Pre-Departure Orientation in Dallas, 5 pm

August 3, Fri: Travel/Arrival of students enrolled in PRW 2135, 4-6 pm. *Only students enrolled in PRW may arrive early.*
August 5, 
Sun: Travel/Arrival of all other students, 4-6 pm.
August 6, Mon: First day of classes. 
August 17, Fri: Last day of classes, including exams.
August 18, Sat: Departure of students, by 10 am. 

Students must enroll in at least 3 credits and may enroll in no more than 5 credits during August Term.  All 3 credit hour courses will meet on at least eight class days.  Most courses will meet both weeks on four days (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays) for 6 hours per day.  KNW 2199 will meet all day on both Wednesdays.  Certain 3 credit courses courses (such as Business Law) may need to meet on Wednesdays and therefore will not allow co-enrollment in KNW 2199.  Students enrolling in PRW must arrive early on August 3.

Course

Name

UC Credit
*Please verify credits on UC website.

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

Laura Robinson-Doyle

 PRW 2135 PRW II: Mountain Sports PRW 2 Anne Levine & Mark 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 or PRW 2135.

PRIE 2/HFA (depth)

Barbara Kincaid

MKTG 3310

Marketing Concepts

For non-business majors.

--

Gary Orosy

MKTG 3340

Fundamentals of Marketing

Business majors only.

--

Gary Orosy

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

ANTH 3350

Good Eats and Forbidden Flesh

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

Carolyn Smith-Morris

BIOL 1308

Plant Biology

PAS 1/SE (breadth)

John Ubelaker

ENGL 3367

Ethical Implications of Children's Literature

KNW, CA 2, HD, W

Martha Satz

HIST 3319

Texas and the Southwest

HC 2, IIC 2, HD, IL

Brian Franklin

 MATH 3313 Ordinary Differential Equations -- Scott Norris

PSYC 4377

Environmental Psychology

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

Chris Logan

STAT 4340

Statistical Methods for Engineers and Applied Scientists

--

Cornelis Potgieter

Lyle School of Engineering

CSE 4340/EMIS 3340

Statistical Methods for Engineers and Applied Scientists

--

Cornelis Potgieter

Meadows School of the Arts

           ADV 1341    

                                Marketing Principles of Advertising

 --            Gary Orosy

ARHS 1351

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

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

Kathy Windrow

 ASPH 3306  Photography in Taos  CA 2/HFA (depth),
HC 2/HSBS (depth),
IL, OC
 Debora Hunter
 CCPA 2300 Public Speaking in Context OC Elizabeth Navarro
Simmons School of Education and Human Development 
 EDU 6315 Introduction to Diverse Learners -- Johnitha W. Johnson



Troy Perkins