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[UMS04]

BIO 211 Field and Laboratory Techniques in Biology

This course may be used to learn a variety of field and laboratory techniques. Students develop topics in consultation with the faculty member who will direct the course. Examples of topics are sampling and identification of plankton, conducting amphibian and avian surveys, laboratory techniques in genetics and immunology, horticultural methods, vegetation sampling and analysis. Prerequisites vary with topics.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61715
Credits: 1 - 2
Class Component: Research
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/5/2024 - 5/11/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Gerard P Zegers
Enrollment: 0 of 8 seats
Location: UMM Off-site
Instruction Method: In-Person
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This course is held at The Mount Desert Island Biological Institute Prerequisites:
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MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday n/a Arranged 5/5/2024 - 5/11/2024 Gerard P Zegers
[UMS04]

COE 301 Cooperative Education for RTM Majors

This course is meant to provide a professional experience for students in the Recreation & Tourism Management (RTM) program. These work-based learning experiences promote the application of theoretical knowledge and research skills acquired in the classroom to a productive and supervised experiential work site outside the formal classroom environment. This may be a volunteer or paid position, but must entail a minimum of 10 weeks and 400 hours. Students must meet with their faculty advisor and/or the Cooperative Education (Co-op) Coordinator to develop specific learning objectives and identify management and leadership opportunities and/or special projects to be completed. These objectives must be approved by both the Co-op Coordinator and the student's employer/supervisor prior to registration. Upon completion of the field experience, students will submit a portfolio, including a final paper, and do a formal presentation about their learning experience. Prerequisite: Students should have completed two non-credit 50+ hour practicum experiences and a minimum of 48 credits.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61721
Credits: 3 - 6
Class Component: Field Experience
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Karen A Beeftink
Enrollment: 0 of 5 seats
Location: Machias UMM Campus
Instruction Method: By Arrangement
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Arranged 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024 Karen A Beeftink
[UMS04]

COE 305 Internship in Science

A professional experience for the student who has identified a specific career objective and is interested in gaining significant and extensive experience in that science-related field. A formal approval process is followed in which students meet with the faculty advisor with expertise in the area of interest and specify individual learning outcomes for the experience. This approval process precedes registration. A student will be required to complete 40 hours of supervised work for each credit earned. A summative report addressing how the student met the learning outcomes is expected at the end of the experience.
Section(s):

Class Number: 62834
Credits: 3 - 9
Class Component: Field Experience
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Ellen E Hostert
Enrollment: 0 of 1 seats
Location: Machias UMM Campus
Instruction Method: By Arrangement
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024 Ellen E Hostert
[UMS04]

ENG 210 Introduction to Creative Writing

This course introduces students to the techniques and aesthetics of literary creative writing. Genres covered include poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Students read, discuss and analyze professional work from the traditional to the experimental from authors with a variety of cultural backgrounds. Students learn about the elements of craft that create artistic effects in each genre -- elements such as imagery, metaphor, sound, line breaks, characterization, perspective, setting, structure, sense and plot. Students write, workshop and revise their own creative work in each of the three genres. Offered pass/fail by request and at the discretion of the instructor.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61722
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 7/8/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Closed
Enrollment: 11 of 12 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/8/2024 - 8/16/2024 Marcus Anthony LiBrizzi

Class Number: 62976
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0491
Dates: 7/8/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Closed
Enrollment: 4 of 4 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Section reserved for Early College students.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 7/8/2024 - 8/16/2024 Marcus Anthony LiBrizzi
[UMS04]

ENG 226 Literary Classics: A Wish List

A self-designed, self-paced, reading-intensive course in which students tackle the literary classics they¿ve always wanted to read. This course instills appreciation for literature from the American, British, and world canon. From a Master List, students select the books they want to read. Working with the instructor and guided by detailed reading prompts, students reflect critically on the aesthetic achievements of reading materials and the complex influences that gave rise to these works. The interpretive process involves the examination of the relationship between literary works and the institutions, traditions, and values that define the societies reflected in those works.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61724
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 14 of 17 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites:
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024 Marcus Anthony LiBrizzi

Class Number: 62977
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0491
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024
Status: Closed
Enrollment: 0 of 0 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Section reserved for Early College students.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 8/16/2024 Marcus Anthony LiBrizzi
[UMS04]

ENV 105 Intro to Trees and Wildflowers of Maine

A non-technical approach to the identification of commonly encountered trees and wildflowers of Maine. Students are introduced to basic plant structures and the techniques used for plant identification. Upon completion of this course a student should have an appreciation of the diversity of plant life in Maine, a knowledge of the local flora and the various habitats in which different species occur, and the ability to identify additional plants that he or she may encounter in the future. May not be taken by students who have previously received credit for BIO 229.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61716
Credits: 2
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0001
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 5/24/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Eric H Jones
Enrollment: 5 of 24 seats
Location: Machias UMM Campus
Instruction Method: In-Person
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM Science 120 5/6/2024 - 5/24/2024 Eric H Jones
[UMS04]

MAT 118 History of Mathematics

The goal of this course is to provide students interested in teaching middle- or high-school level mathematics, or others simply interested in the topic, the necessary understanding of the historical foundation of mathematics. The course will explore the origins of mathematics from anthropological and sociological viewpoints. It will then use this as a base for exploring the cultural development of basic numbering, arithmetic, basic statistics (mean, median, mode, etc.), simple probability, basic geometry, measurement (area, volume, etc.), patterns, including symmetry and basic networks, mathematical reasoning, and using mathematics to communicate. The development of these areas, all of which are contained in the Maine State Learning Results for middle and secondary grades, will be explored from various cultural perspectives including a selection from prehistoric, Native American, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Ancient Greek, Roman, Hindu, Islamic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and European cultures. The course is designed to be a survey course that will allow for such a broad view of the development of mathematics. Prerequisite: MAT 111M or permission of instructor.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61730
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 9 of 19 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/In-Person
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Prerequisites: MAT 103M or MAT 111M or demonstrated proficiency in pre-college mathematics (>= 500 on SAT MATH exam, >= 530 on SAT MSS exam, >= 21 on ACT Math exam or >= 61 on the Aleks Math Placement Exam).
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024 Christopher Abbandonato
[UMS04]

MAT 122 Precalculus

An introduction to elementary functions, designed to prepare the student for calculus. Topics include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. Graphing calculator techniques are principal tools. Prerequisite: MAT 111M or demonstrated proficiency in pre-college mathematics.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61728
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 6 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: MAT 103M or MAT 111M or demonstrated proficiency in pre-college mathematics (>= 500 on SAT MATH exam, >= 530 on SAT MSS exam, >= 21 on ACT Math exam or >= 61 on the Aleks Math Placement Exam).
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024 Christopher Abbandonato

Class Number: 62978
Credits: 4
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0491
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024
Status: Closed
Enrollment: 4 of 4 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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Prerequisites: Section reserved for Early College students.
DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024 Christopher Abbandonato
[UMS04]

MHR 200 Behavioral & Community Mental Health Systems

This course will review systems of care provided by the state, as well as those provided by for-profit and not-for-profit entities, to serve the needs of behavioral health consumers. Essential components of this course include addressing contemporary public and social policy -- and social services provision within those policies -- including fundamentals of behavioral health care, child protection, and welfare systems. In addition, the course examines the history and impact of laws and regulatory standards that dictate these policies -- and ultimately service provision in behavioral care for children, adults and the elderly. Both current practices and historical precedent are woven into a model represented in both its completeness and contradictions. Required for Provisional & Full MHRT Certification. This course includes a Service-Learning and Community Engaged (SL/CE) component.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61744
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0990
Dates: 6/24/2024 - 8/2/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Meghan W Duff
Enrollment: 2 of 5 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 6/24/2024 - 8/2/2024 Meghan W Duff
[UMS04]

PSY 217 The Psychology of Sustainability

This course will acquaint the student with the reciprocal nature of the interplay between people and built and natural environments. Students will develop an appreciation for how physical environments influence human behavior. Additionally, students will use psychological principles to better understand environmental problems (i.e. climate change, pollution and energy efficiency) and to promote pro-environmental behaviors. Prerequisite: PSY 110, or permission of instructor.
Section(s):

Class Number: 61731
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024
Status: Open
Instructor(s): Uriah S Anderson
Enrollment: 8 of 15 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024 Uriah S Anderson
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SED 380 Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Students in this course will gain knowledge of the IDEA and DSM-V definitions of Autism Spectrum Disorders, prevalence and possible causes. Characteristics, teaching strategies, adaptations, and related disorders secondary to Autism Spectrum Disorders will be explored.
Section(s):

Class Number: 62413
Credits: 3
Class Component: Lecture
Section: 0190
Dates: 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024
Status: Open
Enrollment: 5 of 11 seats
Location: Web/Online
Instruction Method: Online/Online
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DAYS & TIMES ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR(S)
n/a Online 5/6/2024 - 6/14/2024 Elizabeth Laura Van Uden