Model Classes



MODEL CLASSES
We're pleased to offer several opportunities this spring for you to participate in an online class for one of several courses being taught this semester. Faculty members teaching the courses shown have designated one class session at which they will provide limited guest seating. This is a great opportunity for you to observe what a college-level course at Millersville University looks like!  

ART & DESIGN
 ART 324: Designing Meaningful Art Education Experiences
 Build on the rationales for art education addressed in ART 221 with an investigation into designing meaningful art education experiences for PK-12 students. Design art education experiences and will consider how policies at the state and local level influence how teachers enact curriculum in their classrooms. 

COMPUTER SCIENCES
 INTE 130: Fundamentals of Information Technology
 This course provides students with a working knowledge of the terminology, processes, and components associated with information technology.  Students will be introduced to the creation, organization, analysis, storage, retrieval, representation, and transmission of data and information as well as work force considerations, and related societal and ethical issues with respect to IT.
 CSCI 161: Introduction to Programming I
 An exploration of basic programming and problem solving techniques using the Java programming language.
 CSCI 162: Introduction to Programming II
 The class is to teach Java Programming to students who have some Java programming experience and know the basics of object-oriented programming.
 INTE 230: Network Concepts, Security, and Administration 
 An introduction to computer network concepts that includes fundamental protocols and administration. Computer network communications will be discussed including LAN and WAN topologies, protocols and services, such as TCP/IP, and Ethernet, within the context of the OSI Reference Model, multimedia, and content distribution networks. Topics in network management will also be covered, including users/groups, file permissions, system maintenance, and trouble shooting. Network management, packet analyzer, and network simulation tools may be used.

ENGLISH 
 ENGL 241H: Honors Explorations in World Literature
 This course will introduce you to an array of literary works that have been considered foundational in cultures across the world, and to other works that have been influenced by them. The underlying assumption of this course is that literature is a global form of art, which develops and lives on, thanks to translations and borrowings between various cultures, different historical periods and diverse media.

GOVERNMENT & POLITICAL AFFAIRS
 GOVT 251: Introduction to Global Politics
 This course examines the nation-state system including military, political, economic, organizational and legal relations among states as well as the power and pursuit of national goals.
 GOVT 379: Global Crime and Justice
 Explores the increasingly transnational nature of crime (including global crimes such as human, arms, and drug trafficking), the consequent impact upon human security and sustainable development, and international legal responses.

LANGUAGE & CULTURE STUDIES
 FREN 101: Elementary French 1
 Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation.
 GERM 101: Elementary German 1
 Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis is placed on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation.
 SPAN 101: Elementary Spanish 1
 Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis is placed on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation.
 SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish 1
 Emphasis is placed on further developing receptive and productive skills through varied realistic exercises and in authentic real-life situations. Contemporary cultural and literary texts provide the thematic basis for oral and written communication.

SOCIAL WORK
 SOWK 102: Modern Social Welfare Dilemmas
 An introduction to social work's approach to social problems, including how public policy decisions affect individuals and families; overview of competing public- policy agendas in social welfare and alternative strategies for problem resolution; societal values and trends affecting service delivery; understanding social work in action; examining core concepts, values and ethics.

WELLNESS & SPORT SCIENCES
 WSSD 485: Performance Enhancement: Mental Training in Sports
 This is a 300 level sports psychology class that is an elective in the Sports Administration major and Coaching minor programs.