The SOUP Courses listing is still active. New course additions may be added or removed until registration begins March 27, 2017. Please note that all courses will be updated with 2017 syllabi.
Summer 2017 classes will begin Monday, May 15, 2017. Lectures will be streamed live and posted online the same day the class meets on campus. These courses operate on the same schedule as campus courses. There is no delay. All times of posted lectures, exams and assignments will be EST (Eastern Standard Time). Please make sure that you take into consideration the time difference.
APPH 3500 - Nutrition and Health (QUP) - CRN: 55926 Study of human nutrition as an applied science. Nutrition physiology: metabolism, energy, production, biochemical aspect, role of nutrients, weight control mechanisms and preventative nutrition in health management will be covered topics.
COA 2242 - History of Art II (QUP) - CRN: 55288 A survey of artistic manifestations from primitive times to the present. First semester sequence, prehistoric through Renaissance; second semester Renaissance through contemporary art.
ECE 3056 - Architecture, Concurrency, and Energy in Computation (QUP) - CRN: 56435 Basic organizational principles of the major components of computer processors: cores, memory hiercharchy, and the I/O subsystem. Implications for performance, concurrency, and energy. Credit not allowed for both ECE 3056 and ECE 3055.
ECE 3077 - Probability/Statistics for ECE (QUP) - CRN: 55954 Introduction to probability, random variables, distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, linear regression and other tools for describing and managing uncertainty in electrical and computer engineering.
ECE 3710 - Circuits & Electronics (QUP) - CRN: 54909 An introduction to electric circuit elements and electronic devices and a study of circuits containing such devices.Both analog and digital systems are considered.
ENGL 1102 - English Composition II (QUP) - CRN: 55291 This course asks students to develop communication strategies through the analysis of texts set in the Speculative and Science Fiction genres. In addition to traditional literary works, we will analyze film and interact with game environments, where the content directs us toward a broad understanding of how genre operates throughout a variety of media. We will also look at the formal structures of these texts in order to understand the elements by which they are designed.
HIST 2112 - United States since 1877 (QUP) - CRN: 54665 The social, political, and economic history of the United States since Reconstruction. Topics include American industrialization, two world wars, New Deal, and the Civil Rights movement.
Instructor: Doug Flamming Session Dates: TBD Proctor Requirements: TBD Anticipated Exam Schedule: TBD Video:See What To Expect!
HTS 3015 - History of the Vietnam War (QUP) - CRN: 54910 Diplomatic, military, and social aspects of America's war in Vietnam, including antiwar protests, the defense industry boom, and the war's enduring impact on American life.
HTS 3089 - Science, Technology, & Sports (QUP) This course examines what constitutes a "sport," debates on the role of social inequality in sports, and the intersection of science, technology and sport.
ID 4823 - Accessible Information and Communication Technology: Considering Factors for Inclusive User-Centered Design (QUP) - CRN: 56590 This course is an introduction to accessibility in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). ID 4823 will expose students to the use of elements of user-centered design (UCD) to make products that are accessible for everyone, including people with disabilities. ID 4823 will provide an overview of factors to consider when designing for inclusive ICT environments for all, including end users with cognitive, sensory and mobility functional limitations.
Instructor: Christopher Lee Session Dates: TBD Proctor Requirements: TBD Anticipated Exam Schedule: TBD
MATH 2551 - Multivariable Calculus (QUP) - CRN: 56545 Multivariable calculus: Linear approximation and Taylor's theorems, Lagrange multiples and constrained optimization, multiple integration and vector analysis including the theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes. Credit will not be awarded for both MATH 2551 and MATH 2401 or MATH 2411 or MATH 2561.
MATH 2552 - Differential Equations (QUP) - CRN: 55772 Methods for obtaining numerical and analytic solutions of elementary differential equations. Applications are also discussed with an emphasis on modeling. Credit not awarded for both MATH 2552 and MATH 2403 or MATH 2413 or MATH 2562.
MATH 3215 - Probability & Statistics (QUP) - CRN: 56546 This course is a problem-oriented introduction to the basic concepts of probability and statistics, providing a foundation for applications and further study.
MATH 3670 - Statistics and Applications (QUP) - CRN: 55962 Introduction to probability, probability distributions, point estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, linear regression and analysis of variance. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 3670 and MATH 3770 or ISYE 3770 or CEE 3770.
ME 2202 - Dynamics of Rigid Bodies (QUP) - CRN: 56468 Kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies in one, two, and three dimensions. Work-energy and impulse-momentum concepts.
Instructor: Dr. Michael Leamy, Ph. D. Session Dates: TBD Proctor Requirements: TBD Anticipated Exam Schedule: TBD
ME 3322 - Thermodynamics (QUP) - CRN: 54546 Introduction to thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties, energy and mass conservation, entropy and the second law. Second-law analysis of thermodynamic systems, gas cycles, vapor cycles.
ME 3345 - Heat Transfer (QUP) - CRN: 56469 Introduction to the study of heat transfer, transport coefficients, steady state conduction, transient conduction, radiative heat transfer, and forced and natural convection.
SOC 1101 - Introduction to Sociology (QUP) - CRN: 54666 A study of basic social relations, including social structure and functions, analysis of social processes, the foundations of personality, and analysis of social organization.
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