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Advanced Biochemistry
by Beth Harville - Last Updated May 1, 2013
Advanced Organic Chemistry (CHEM 415)
by Scott Petrich - Last Updated Jun 18, 2014
Second semester of organic chemistry
Alpha
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
ARCH 154 - Why Cities Matter
by Robert Weddle - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
ARCH 520 - Design/Build Gallery - Henri Foch, John Kleman, Jay Reeves: Student Architects
by Jacqueline Tygart - Last Updated Oct 10, 2014
Documentation from ARCH 520, an independent study design/build studio with Henri Foch, John Kleman & Jay Reeves
Asian Art & Architecture
by Saundra Weddle - Last Updated Apr 2, 2012
This course considers poetic perceptions of time and space in Chinese and Japanese cultures throughout history.
Asian History -- 1700
by Hue-ping Chin - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
This is a survey course exploring the historical, social and cultural development in Asia (India, China, Korea and Japan), from the ancien time to around 1700.
Assistant Conductor
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
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bio103
by Tim Casey - Last Updated Aug 25, 2010
Biochemistry
by Beth Harville - Last Updated Nov 19, 2014
Biochemistry Lab
by Beth Harville - Last Updated Oct 2, 2014
BIOL 171 Scientific Endeavors
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Biol 172 EXPLORING MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Biol 182 EVOLUTION
by Ioana Popescu - Last Updated May 8, 2014
BIOL 200 Ecology
by Teresa Carroll - Last Updated Oct 14, 2014
BIOL 206 Human Physiology
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated Apr 15, 2013
BIOL 209- Plant Form and Function
by Kathy Herring - Last Updated Aug 23, 2011
BIOL 302 Human Nutrition
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated Apr 2, 2013
Biol 306 MEDICAL BOTANY
by Ioana Popescu - Last Updated May 8, 2014
PLANTS & FUNGI AFFECTING HUMAN HEALTH
BIOL/PSYC 327 Psychopharmacology
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated May 8, 2014
BIOL/PSYC 364 Neuroanatomy
by Phillip Stepp - Last Updated Jul 31, 2013
Biology Curriculum
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Nov 29, 2010
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Cellular and Molecular Biology
by Beth Harville - Last Updated May 7, 2014
CHEM 107-Fall 2003
by Don Morris - Last Updated Sep 2, 2010
Gen Chem
CHEM 201
by Albert Korir - Last Updated Sep 4, 2014
Environmental Chemistry (Spring 2011)
CHEM 344
by Albert Korir - Last Updated Dec 14, 2011
Instrumental Analysis
CHEM 392: Research
by Albert Korir - Last Updated Dec 6, 2013
Analytical and Bioanalytical Research
CHEM208
by Albert Korir - Last Updated Nov 23, 2014
Analytical Methods of Chemistry
CHEM238 Fall 14
by Ken High - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Christian Ethics
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Oct 16, 2013
Supplemental readings for the course.
COMM 221: Multimedia Writing
by Jonathan Groves - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
COMM 285 Communication and Ethics
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
COMM 285: Ethics & Communication
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
COMM 386 (Fall 2012): Web Comm
by Jonathan Groves - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
COMM 421 Strategic Media
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Comm 422: Argumentation & Advocacy
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Feb 6, 2013
COMM 433 Strategic Writing for Ad/PR
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
COMM 441 AD/PR Campaigns
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Oct 28, 2013
Comm 442: Rhetorical Criticism
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
The study of rhetoric is among the most ancient activities in human culture. It was studied by the ancient Greeks and Romans, by medieval courtiers, by Renaissance theologians, and by political theorists in the emerging democracies of the eighteenth centu
COMM 489 Professional Seminar
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Nov 25, 2013
COMM 601: Introduction to Graduate Studies in Communication
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Nov 19, 2014
Provides handouts, case studies & readings for 601.
COMM 602
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated May 13, 2014
This class is designed to introduce you to health communication theory, research, and practice with an eye towards digital health. The primary course objective is to provide you with a solid framework for understanding health communication campaigns.
Comm 604 - Ethics & Corporate Comm
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Mar 25, 2014
Assessing numerous ethical templates, this course seeks to apply such frameworks to practical communication situations including those manifested in/by corporate and nonprofit organizations.
COMM 605: Organizational Change
by Jonathan Groves - Last Updated Oct 29, 2012
COMM 606 Fall 2013
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Nov 15, 2013
Comm 611 Leadership Communication
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
Comm 611 is dedicated to understanding the contemporary research literature involving leadership and followership communication. Management & Human Resources literature may be reviewed.
COMM 651: Communication Consulting
by Curt Gilstrap - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
This course explores the history of management consulting and previews the various stages and effective processes involved in the consultant’s craft. Various consultant experiences are assessed and guest interviews are used to reveal professional networ
Comm 682: Social Media Certificate
by Curt Gilstrap, Jonathan Groves, Regina Waters - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Social Media Certificate - Readings and Resources for the SMC.
Contemporary Sculpture
by Blaine Whisenhunt - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
CRIM 102: Introduction to Criminology
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
CRIM 109 Scientific Writing
by Jana Bufkin - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
CRIM 337- The Death Penalty
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
CRIM 360 - The Judicial Process
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Feb 3, 2014
CRIM 621 - The Correctional System
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
CRIM 661: The Death Penalty
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Feb 3, 2014
CRIM/PSYCH 334 Abnormal Psychology
by Julie Taylor - Last Updated Nov 25, 2012
CRIMINOLOGY 302
by Cynthia Rushefsky - Last Updated Apr 13, 2011
Criminology 600
by Jennie Long - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
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Diabetes Research
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Does God Exist?
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Nov 21, 2013
DU Sustainable Solutions
by Gerard Nadeau - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
This guide is a resource for members of the Drury University community interested in aligning university endowment investment policy with the core values of the Drury Strategic Plan.
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Econ 201 Basic Economics Fall 2014
by Steve Mullins - Last Updated Dec 6, 2014
Econ 201: Basic Economic Theory
by William Rohlf - Last Updated Apr 5, 2013
Introduction to Micro and Macro Economics
Econ 311: Price Theory
by William Rohlf - Last Updated Dec 1, 2011
This is a course in intermediate micro economics.
Econ 375 Econometrics
by Steve Mullins - Last Updated May 12, 2014
Econ 435 Public Finance
by Steve Mullins - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Econ 461: International Economics
by William Rohlf - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
EcoTONEs
by Gerard Nadeau - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
EcoTONEs explores the expanding field of land art as an ecotone between between art and science. "Spatial subsidies"--the transfer of nutrients across community boundaries--becomes a metaphor for the exchange of ideas between disciplines.
EDUC 700 Capstone Seminar
by Ed Williamson - Last Updated Jan 24, 2013
Egypt and the Third World
by Jeff VanDenBerg - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
Environmental Economics
by Steve Mullins - Last Updated Dec 5, 2013
Environmental Ethics
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Ethical Issues in Health Care
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Aug 19, 2013
Supplemental articles for the course.
Exploring Molecular Biology
by Beth Harville - Last Updated Dec 4, 2014
EXSP 303
by Kathy Carroll - Last Updated Sep 23, 2010
EXSP 350
by Kathy Carroll - Last Updated Sep 23, 2010
EXSP 493
by Kathy Carroll - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
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Genetics
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Global Awareness
by Erin Kenny - Last Updated Sep 12, 2010
Global Studies 201 Section G6
by Mickey Loughlin - Last Updated May 5, 2011
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HIST 101 - Survey of US History I
by Greg Renoff - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
US History from settlement until 1865.
HIST 102 - Survey of US History II
by Greg Renoff - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
hist 323
by John Gaines - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
History of Women in America
HIST 330 - THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
by Greg Renoff - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
HIST 390 - The American South Since 1865
by Greg Renoff - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
History 350 - African American History
by Greg Renoff - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
History and Film: the 20th-century China
by Hue-ping Chin - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Can movies teach history? How can we use films effectively to understand history?
History of Japan
by Hue-ping Chin - Last Updated Apr 25, 2014
HIST347
History of Museums and Collecting
by Saundra Weddle - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
This course will examine the history, agendas and methods of museums and collectors to provide a framework for analyzing, recording and communicating our experiences of the world around us, including but not limited to works of art.
HNRS 202 Understanding the Holocaust
by Eltjen Flikkema - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
Homosexuality and Civil Liberties
by Robin Miller - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
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Instrumental Conducting
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Sep 25, 2012
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Aug 16, 2014
Instrumental Literature
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Apr 3, 2013
Instrumental Majors
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 101)
by Vickie Luttrell - Last Updated Aug 17, 2010
Introduction to Psychology is a survey of the scientific discipline of psychology. Completion of the course satisfies the GP-21 human behavior requirement.
Introduction to Women & Gender Studies
by Erin Kenny - Last Updated Oct 8, 2010
Introductory Conducting
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Aug 25, 2013
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Jazz Auditions
by Tina Claussen - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Jazz Ensembles
by Tina Claussen - Last Updated Nov 10, 2014
Jazz History
by Tina Claussen - Last Updated Nov 21, 2014
JEBB
by Tina Claussen - Last Updated Oct 2, 2014
Journalism Activities
by Jonathan Groves - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
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LIBR 211 Information Research Skills
by Holli Henslee - Last Updated Apr 30, 2014
LIBR 211- Information Research Skills
by Julie Taylor - Last Updated Oct 25, 2014
An introduction to strategies for defining information needs, understanding principles of information organization & retrieval, identifying appropriate library & non-library resources, evaluating information & using it ethically & legally. Knowledge & ski
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Math 227 Intro to Stat
by Sergey Borodich - Last Updated Aug 16, 2013
Math203
by Sergey Borodich - Last Updated Aug 17, 2012
Math231Borodich
by Sergey Borodich - Last Updated Jan 22, 2013
MBA 673 - Spring 2013
by William Rohlf - Last Updated Apr 24, 2013
Microbiology
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Oct 10, 2014
This will help you study for Biol 208 Microbiology
Minority Groups
by Robin Miller - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
MTHP 101-401 Field Studies I-IV
by Natalie Wlodarczyk - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
The purpose of field studies is to provide the student with an opportunity to work with a variety of populations and begin to discern what area of music therapy will be their specialty.
MTHP 202 Medical Music Therapy
by Natalie Wlodarczyk - Last Updated Nov 17, 2014
Orientation to the medical music therapy model. Topics include music in rehabilitation centers, general hospitals, geriatrics, and hospice. Prerequisite: MTHP 102
MTHP 475 Music Therapy Capstone
by Natalie Wlodarczyk - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Seminar in career planning in music therapy including preparation of internship application materials, interview techniques, and topics in professionalism and ethics. Prerequisites: MTHP 102, 101, 201
MTHP102 Music Therapy Orientation & Accountability
by Natalie Wlodarczyk - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
Exploration of the history of music therapy and introduction to current practice, approaches, and populations served. Includes orientation to field studies and requires twelve clock-hours of pre-internship clinical observation.
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NSCI 260 SCIENCE GOES GLOBAL
by Ioana Popescu - Last Updated May 8, 2014
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Orchestra and Wind Symphony
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Oct 29, 2014
Organic Chemistry (CHEM 315)
by Scott Petrich - Last Updated Oct 22, 2014
First semester of Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry II lab
by Beth Harville - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
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Paperwriting Resources
by Robin Miller - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
Pathogenic Microbiology
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
PLSC 101
by Dan Ponder - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
PLSC 250
by Dan Ponder - Last Updated Feb 19, 2013
Intro to Political Inquiry
PSYC/BIOL 356: BioPsychology
by Vickie Luttrell - Last Updated Aug 20, 2012
PSYCH 240-Social Psychology
by Julie Taylor - Last Updated Oct 16, 2013
The goal of this course is to provide you with a general introduction to social psychology and an opportunity to apply social psychological theories to your life.
PSYCH 312 Positive Psychology
by Julie Taylor - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014
This course will provide an introduction to positive psychology. It is designed to explore the concepts, research behind the concepts, techniques, and exercises that enhance well-being. The format of the course will be didactic, experiential, and intera
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Radical Greenland
by Gerard Nadeau - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
This guide is a directory of online resources for Gerard's section of MARC 520, Studio IX, "Radical Greenland".
Radio Activities (Fall 2012)
by Jonathan Groves - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
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SCI 620 Technology in the classroom
by Ed Williamson - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Drury University-St. Robert
Scientific Endeavors
by Barbara Wing - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Senior Seminar
by Beth Harville - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Senior Seminar COMM 493
by Regina Waters - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
SOCI 360: Community Studies
by Jenna Wheat - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
Access journal articles and eBooks that are assigned reading for the Community Studies course.
SOCI 400 Social Stratification
by Robin Miller - Last Updated Aug 17, 2010
Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra
by Christopher Koch - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (CRIM/PSYC/SOCI 275)
by Vickie Luttrell - Last Updated Aug 17, 2010
This course provides a basic foundation in descriptive and inferential statistics, to include simple linear regression, correlation, t-tests, one-way ANOVA, and chi-square.
Student Teacher Information
by Gail Slye - Last Updated Nov 22, 2013
Student Teacher Supervisor Information
by Laurie Edmondson - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Any and all forms needed for supervisors!
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Theatre History
by Mick Sokol - Last Updated Jan 18, 2012
Theories of Architecture
by Saundra Weddle - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
An introduction to the range of theoretical issues and approaches through which architecture has been and can be conceptualized, designed, produced, explained and assessed.
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Who is Jesus?
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Jan 25, 2013
These articles are meant to supplement the required texts for the course.
Writing for Stage and Screen
by Mick Sokol - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
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20th Century Christian Thought
by Peter Browning - Last Updated Sep 20, 2012
This DU guide includes all of the assigned articles not found in the books which are required for the course.

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