School for Adult Learning
Class Schedules & Syllabi

Accelerated Programs Division

Choose the appropriate session below to find the syllabus for your accelerated course. Most accelerated courses have an assignment due on or before the first class.

READ YOUR SYLLABUS BEFORE THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. IN THE ACCELERATED FORMAT, MANY INSTRUCTORS HAVE ASSIGNMENTS DUE ON OR EVEN BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS. For syllabi from previous classes, see below.

Summer 2015

Term 3, Sessions 1 and 4, 2015 (Session 1 = May 5th to June 6th, 2015; Session 4 = May 5th to July 11th 2015)
Term 3, Sessions 2 and 5, 2015 (Session 2 = June 7th to July 11th, 2015; Session 5 = June 7th to August 15th, 2015)
Term 3, Session 3, 2015 (July 13th to August 15th, 2015)

Or see the schedule for all three sessions here: Adobe PDF

SAL Online Courses, Summer 2015: click here

Fall 2015

To view the schedule by session, please click on the links below. For a copy of all three sessions in pdf format, click here: Adobe PDF

Term 1, Sessions 1 and 4, 2015 (Session 1 = August 31st to October 3rd, 2015; Session 4 = August 31st to November 7th, 2015)
Term 1, Sessions 2 and 5, 2015 (Session 2 = October 5th to November 7th, 2015; Session 5 = October 5th to December 19th, 2015)
Term 1, Session 3, 2015 (November 8th to December 19th, 2015)

SAL Online Courses, Fall 2015: click here

Extended Programs Division

The Registrar's Office publishes all course schedules for the 15-week Extended Programs Division classes for current and future semesters. See this link:

http://registrar.uindy.edu/Course_Schedules.php Non-SAL site

The course syllabus will be distributed by the instructor on the first night of classes in Extended Programs courses.

All schedules are subject to change or correction.

 

Syllabi From Previous Classes

If the course syllabus for your upcoming course has not yet been posted, you might be able to get some useful information by viewing a previous year's syllabus. In years past, we didn't number the syllabi to easily be found on our Web site (some numbering of which is reflected below).

But from now on (beginning with Fall 2012), we will ALWAYS post syllabi to the server with the full course number (such as comp150au1), followed by a dash, followed by the term and session (such as 1143), and with a .pdf filename extension. That should make it easier for you to locate past syllabi. Remember that instructors change, and instructors change their syllabi. So always verify the course content for YOUR upcoming course as soon as the syllabus is posted. Here are some syllabi from the past year.

Fall 2012 - Session 1
Term 121-1
Fall 2012 - Session 2
Term 121-2
Fall 2012 - Session 3
Term 121-3
LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY COURSE NUMBER IN EACH SESSION

Cultural Anthropology
Judy Miller
anth100au1-1211.pdf

Business & Professional Communication
Owen Hunt
comm200au1-1211.pdf

Interpersonal Communication
Dr. Patricia Jefferson
comm331au1-1211.pdf

Microcomputer Applications
Bob Burchfield
comp150au1-1211.pdf

Microcomputer Applications
Bob Burchfield
comp150af2-1211.pdf

English Composition
Shelly Horvath
engl101au2-1211.pdf

English Composition
Laura Irmer
engl101au3-1211.pdf

Introduction to Experience Design
Dr. Samantha Meigs
exd101au1-1211.pdf

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging
Dr. Janet Cosbey
gero301au1-1211.pdf

Islam
Dr. Jon Porter
hist299au1-1211.pdf

International Business
Jim Roudebush
ibus201au1-1211.pdf

Management
Norman Banister
mgt281au1-1211.pdf

Discovery in Mathematics
Steve Taylor
math108au1-1211.pdf

Discovery in Mathematics
Dr. Patricia Gainey
math108au2-1211.pdf

Introduction to Leadership Theories and Models
Dr. Tom Christenberry
orgl302au1-1211.pdf

Data Management
Shannon Stahley
orgl308au1-1211.pdf

Change Management
Dr. Matthew Chodkowski
orgl406au1-1211.pdf

Critical Thinking
Dr. Peter Murphy
phil110au1-1211.pdf

American National Government
Drew Horvath
psci101au1-1211.pdf

Introduction to Psychology
Kimble Richardson
psy120au1-1211.pdf

Abnormal Psychology
Dr. Ty Rowlison
psy345au1-1211.pdf

Return to Learning
Janna Ulbright
sal101au1-1211.pdf

Return to Learning
Robbin Sally
sal101au2-1211.pdf

Exploring Cultural Competency
Kathy Simpher
sal280au1-1211.pdf

Introduction to Homeland Security I
Bill Reckert
sal280au2-1211.pdf

Entrepreneurship Management
Lori Satterfield
sal280au8-1211.pdf

Spanish Language & Culture I
Mimi Chase
span101au1-1211.pdf

Spanish Language & Culture I
Dr. Daniel Briere
span101aiu-1211.pdf

Introduction to Theatre
Barbara Whitlock
the110au1-1211.pdf

Financial Accounting
Tom Miller
acct210au1-1212.pdf

Images of Indians
Dr. Greg Reinhardt
anth290au1-1212.pdf

Introduction to Drawing
Jim Viewegh
art480au1-1212.pdf

Business Law
Lloyd Sally
badm230au1-1212.pdf

Environmental Problems
Dr. Roger Sweets
chem210au1-1212.pdf

Business & Professional Communication
Owen Hunt
comm200au2-1212.pdf

Microcomputer Applications
Bob Burchfield
comp150au2-1212.pdf

English Composition
Leanne Schmenenaur
engl101au1-1212.pdf

Western World Literature & Composition
Shelly Horvath
engl102af2-1212.pdf

Silent Voices of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
Dr. Terrence Harewood
hist299au2-1212.pdf

Human Resource Management
Stant Clark
hrm381au1-1212.pdf

Introduction to Music
Brian Samarzea
mus110au1-1212.pdf

Music in World Culture
Dr. Marko Petricic
mus210au1-1212.pdf

The Ethical Leader
Dr. Daniel Stoker
orgl304au1-1212.pdf

Project Management
Gary Worland
orgl404au1-1212.pdf

Excellence in Leadership
Dr. Matthew Chodkowski
orgl410au1-1212.pdf

State and Local Government
Dr. Mark Bailey
psci205au1-1212.pdf

Lifespan Development Psychology
Ashley Wilson
psy245au1-1212.pdf

Child & Adolescent Development
Dr. Margaret Keaton
psy365au1-1212.pdf

Christianity
Kathy Simpher
rel100au1-1212.pdf

Return to Learning
Robbin Sally
sal101au4-1212.pdf

Genogram: A Family Affair
Debbie Spinney
sal280au3-1212.pdf

Grimm's Fairy Tales
Dr. Mary Beth Bagg
sal280au4-1212.pdf

Social Problems
Dr. Mary Moore
soc103au1-1212.pdf

ART480-AU2

ORGL306-AU1

SAL280-AU9

PSY250-AU1

REL100-AIU

REL100-AU2

MUS112-AU1

SAL280-AU5

SAL410-AU1

GERO305-AU1

ANTH200-AU1

EXD480-AU1

PSY485-AU1

ENGL102-AU2

THE110-AC9

COMM230-AU1

MKTG290-AU1

MGT234-AU1

PGIL260-AU1

COMM431-AU1

SAL280-AU7

ORGL405-AU1

MGT334-AU1

ECON111-AU1

ENGL102-AU1

Summer 2014 - Session 1
Term 134-1
Summer 2014 - Session 2
Term 134-2
Summer 2014 - Session 3
Term 134-3

Introduction to Chalk Pastels
Jim Viewegh
art480au1-1341.pdf

Point and Shoot Photography
Donna Adams
art161au1-1341.pdf

Point and Shoot Photography
(St. Francis nurses)
art161af4-1341.pdf

Ornithology
Dr. Roger Sweets
biol245au1-1341.pdf

Public Speaking
Ron Tapia
comm100au1-1341.pdf

Introduction to Experience Design
Dr. Samantha Meigs
exd101au1-1341.pdf

International Business
Jim Roudebush
ibus201au1-1341.pdf

Management
Norman Banister
mgt281au1-1341.pdf

Discovery in Mathematics
Dr. Patricia Gainey
math108au1-1341.pdf

Intro to Quantitative Methods in Health Care Research
Richard Maupin
math325au1-1341.pdf

Intro to Leadership Theories and Models
Dr. Tom Christenberry
orgl302au1-1341.pdf

Data Management
Shannon Stahley
0rgl308au1-1341.pdf

Change Management
Dr. Matthew Chodkowski
orgl406au1-1341.pdf

Introduction to Psychology
Kimble Richardson
psy120au1-1341.pdf

Psychology of Gender
Dr. Margaret Keaton
psy330au1-1341.pdf

Abnormal Psychology
IU Nurses
Dr. Mike Kenny
psy345-ai2-1341.pdf

Christianity
Kathy Hancher
rel100au1-1341.pdf

History of Christianity I: 30-1500
Rev. Dr. Trent Lambert
rel250af1-1341.pdf

Return to Learning
Robbin Sally
sal101au1-1341.pdf

History of the Stock Market and Investor Basics
Wade Distler
sal280au2-1341.pdf

Genogram: A Family Affair
Debbie Spinney
sal280-au5-1341.pdf

Spanish Language & Culture I
Marilyn Chase
span101au1-1341.pdf

Introduction to Theatre
Barbara Whitlock
the110au1-1341.pdf