Approved Majority Online Courses at UMW

Listed alphabetically by semester and course number.

Semester: Spring 2018

  • Martha Burtis, CPSC 106: Digital Storytelling
  • Karen Anewalt, Andrew Marshall, Jennifer Polack, Jessica Zeitz Self, and Ron Zacharski, CPSC 225: Software Development Tools
  • Christy Irish, EDUC 521: Educational Research Methods
  • Rachel Graefe-Anderson, FINC 301: Principles of Finance
  • Rachel Graefe-Anderson, MBUS 502: Financial Decision Making for Managers

Semester: Fall 2017

  • Kris Shaffer, CPSC 106: Digital Storytelling
  • Debra Hydorn, EDUC 04RMC: Statistics for Educators
  • Victoria Russell, EDSE 534: Assessment, Evaluation, and Instructional Planning

Semester: Summer 2017

  • Cate Brewer, THEA 111 Introduction to Theater
  • Claudine Ferrell, HIST 300A8 The Homefront: The United States During World War I
  • Claudine Ferrell, HIST 300A9 The Homefront: The United States During the Interwar Years
  • Claudine Ferrell, HIST 300B1 The Homefront: The United States During World War II
  • Dave Henderson, ACCT 102 Principles of Accounting II
  • Elizabeth Johnson-Young, COMM 370G Communication and Gender
  • Nigel Haarstad, COMM 209 Argumentation
  • Gwendolyn Hale, ENGL 308 Writing for Nursing
  • Carolyn Pevey, SOC 371U Death and Society
  • Anand Rao, COMM 357 Social Media
  • Joe Romero, CLAS 352A Special Topics: Greek Mythology in Art and Archaeology
  • Kristen Shaffer, CPSC 104 The Internet: Technology, Information, and Issues
  • Ranjit Singh, PSCI 101 Introduction to Political Science
  • Suzanne Sumner, MATH 207 History of Math
  • Natalie Tenner, THEA 111 Introduction to Theater

Semester: Spring 2017

  • Lee Bessette, DGST 101 Introduction to Digital Studies
  • Bidisha Burman, MKTG 301 Principles of Marketing
  • Stephen Davies, CPSC 225 Software Development Tools
  • Steve Greenlaw, ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics
  • Lisa Mistretta, EDSE 537 Methods of Teaching and Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Victoria Russell, EDSE 512 General and Special Education Goals and Practices: Middle/Secondary
  • Jennifer Walker, EDSE 519 General and Special Education Goals and Practices: Elementary
  • Jennifer Walker, EDSE 531 Characteristics and Legal Issues
  • Zach Whalen, DGST 101 Introduction to Digital Studies

Semester: Fall 2016

  • Patricia Reynolds, TESL 514 Cross Cultural Education
  • Patricia Reynolds, TESL 515 English as a Second Language Literacy Strategies
  • Patricia Reynolds, TESL 530 Methods of Teaching Second Languages
  • Patricia Reynolds, TESL 531 English as a Second Language Curriculum, Assessment, and Leadership

Summer 2016

  • Stephen Davies, CPSC/DSCI 219 Foundations for Data Science
  • Claudine Ferrell, HIST 314 African American History Since Slavery
  • Caitlin Finlayson, GEOG 102 Introduction to Human Geography
  • Chris Foss, ENG 375 Late-Victorian Decadent Literature: Reading the Avant-Garde Literary Magazine The Yellow Book within British Fin-de-Siecle Culture
  • Kimberly Kinsley, BLAW 301 Commercial Law
  • Keith Mellinger, MATH 120 Quantitative Reasoning for the Sciences

Semester: Spring 2016

  • Steve Gallik, BIOL 331 Histology
  • Pamela McCullough, NURS 490 Practicum
  • Lisa Mistretta, EDSE 538 Methods for Teaching ans Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Victoria Russell, INDT 531 Emerging and Assistive Technologies

Semester: Fall 2015

  • Ian Finlayson, CPSC 225 Software Development Tools
  • Nicole Myers, EDSE 303 Understanding Autism
  • Jennifer Langdon & Jessica Cash, NURS 310: The Role of the Professional Nurse
  • Janet Atarthi-Dugan, NURS 320: Holistic Health Assessment for the Professional Nurse
  • Pamela McCullough & Corinna Mayer, NURS 440 Community and Population Health
  • Pamela McCullough & Lisa Lucas, NURS 510 Healthcare and Nursing Informatics

Semester: Summer 2015

  • Joseph Dreiss, ARTH115 Introduction to Western Art
  • Joseph Dreiss, ARTH354: Pop Art to the Present
  • Joseph Dreiss,  ARTH352: American Art
  • Jennifer A. Polack, CPSC 110: Introduction to Computer Science
  • Joseph M. Romero, CLAS 103: Greek Civilization
  • Joseph M. Romero, CLAS 105: Roman Civilization
  • Suzanne Houff, EDCI506:  Foundations of American Education
  • Claudine L. Ferrell, HIST 380: The United States since 1945
  • Debra L. Hydorn, MATH 461: Tools of Modern Mathematics
  • Michael Lapke, MMIS 542: Security Policy, Planning, and Assurance
  • Craig Vasey, PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Jason Matzke, PHIL225: Practical Ethics
  • Patricia Reynolds TESL 532: Differentiated Instruction across the Curriculum for ELLs

Semester: Spring 2015

  • Teresa Coffman, EDCI 519: Managing the Classroom Environment: Elementary
  • Karen Mittura, NURS 320: Holistic Health Assessment for the Professional Nurse
  • Pamela McCullough, NURS 410: Evidence-based Nursing Research
  • Pamela McCullough, NURS 310: Holistic Health Assessment for the Professional Nursing

Semester: Fall 2014

  • Teresa Coffman, EDCI 589: Applied Research

Semester: Summer 2014

  • Roberta Gentry, EDSE531: Characteristics and Legal Issues
  • Craig Vasey, PHIL 343: Existentialism
  • Craig Vasey, PHIL 260: Freud’s Greatest Hits
  • Craig Vasey, PHIL 151, Introduction to Logic
  • Chad Murphey, PS201: American Government

Semester: Spring 2014

  • Pamela McCullough,  NURS310: The Role of the Professional Nurse
  • Pamela McCullough,  NURS430: Current Issues and Trends

Semester: Fall 2013

  • Kanchan DeosthaliBUAD 345:Organizational Behavior
  • Abbie Basile, 101:Library and Internet Resources

Semester: Summer 2013

  • Joe Dreiss, ARTH 114: History of Western Art I
  • Steve Gallik, BIOL443: Biol & Biochem of Proteins
  • Joe, CLAS 110: Grk &Roman Mythology Art & Lit
  • Chad Murphey, PSCI201: American Government

Semester: Spring 2013

  • Marjorie Och, ARTH 115A:  History of Western Art II
  • Kimberly Kinsley, BUAD 283/BPST 314: Legal Environment of Business
  • Jim Groom or Alan Levine, CPSC 106: Digital Story Telling
  • Karen Anewalt & Stephen Davies, CPSC 110: Intro to Computer Science (EagleICE)
  • Steven Greenlaw, ECON 201, Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Teresa Coffman, EDCI500:  Teaching and the Development of the Learner
  • Teresa Coffman, EDCI506:  Foundations of American Education
  • Jane Huffman, EDCI506:  Foundations of American Education
  • Suzanne Houff, EDCI 589: Applied Research
  • Roberta Gentry, EDSE 533: Positive Approaches to Behavior Management
  • Nicole Meyers, EDSE 531: Characteristics and Legal Issues
  • Nicole Meyers, EDSE 535: Collaborative and Consultation and Life Planning
  • Nicole Meyers, EDSE 537: Characteristics of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Nicole Meyers,  EDSE 538: Methods of Teaching and Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Mara Scanlon, ENGL 375A6: Modernism, Poetry and Periodicals
  • Melanie Szulczewski, EESC 330: Environmental Regulation Compliance
  • Donald Rallis, GEOG 101: Regional Geography
  • Donald Rallis, GEOG 307:  Geography of Asia
  • Teresa Coffman, INDT 501: Instructional Technology
  • Nicole Meyers,  INDT 531: Emerging and Assistive Technologies
  • Debra Hydorn, MATH 200:  Introductory Statistics
  • Marcel Rotter, MDFL 201: Holocaust and the Humanities in the 21st Century
  • Michael Lapke, MMIS 500 Management Information Systems
  • Kimberly Kinsley, MBUS/MMIS 558: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
  • Jason Matzke,  PHIL 210:  Social – Political Philosophy
  • Jason Matzke, PHIL 226: Medical Ethics