We are pleased to announce both blended and online learning courses that will be offered during Summer 2014.
Blended learning courses combine face-to-face and online instruction. Students who take blended learning courses during Summer 2014 will meet on campus with their class once a week for approximately six to eight weeks (depending on the class), with the rest of the time in between devoted to learning online or independently at the student’s own pace and schedule. Students who want to complete high-quality, TCNJ courses while living and working in their home communities will find our blended learning courses to be an ideal way for them to complete coursework during the summer.
The following courses will be offered in the Blended Learning Session:
- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting
- ECE 102 Multicultural Children’s Literature
- ECED 640 Development of Young Children
- ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
- EPSY 523 Advanced Child Growth and Development
- FIN 239 Personal Finance
- FIN 330 Corporate Finance
- LIT 233 World Drama
- MIT 310 Business Information Systems and Technology
- MST 203 Environmental Science for Educators
- PHL 120 Introduction to Logic
*Course offerings are subject to change. Further information on these courses, including their length, meeting times, and day of the week can be found via PAWS. Simply log in to your student center on PAWS and click on the “search” link in the Student Center.
NEW for Summer 2014: Online Courses- Register in PAWS
Both courses use an online format that uses asynchronous learning activities. As such, you will need to have daily access to the internet. This format provides you with the opportunity to live and work at home while completing the course. As there is no Face-to-Face class time you must assume more responsibility for managing your learning time. You must follow the course outline carefully and complete the learning activities as scheduled.Your active participation is expected to help provide you with a rich learning experience.
WGS 166/HIS 165- Documenting Women’s History: Professor, Dr. Nicolosi- 7/7/14-8/7/14
In this course, students will learn Women’s US History by reading, researching and analyzing the primary resources of important events/movements. Utilizing primary documents from course texts, the On-line Archival Collections as well as other sources, students will understand the motivation, impact, and long-term ramifications of women’s US history course.
WGS 220 01- Gender and Pop Culture: Professor, Dr. Nicolosi- 7/7/14-8/7/14
NEW SECTION ADDED: WGS 220 02- sign up in PAWS
A critical examination of the messages and “knowledge” that popular culture employs, disseminates and constructs about men and women, masculinity and femininity. Takes its objects of study from a wide range of sources including advertisements, magazines, television, film, cyberspace, hip hop, and sports. Be ready to watch TV, go to the movies, and listen to music as a scholar of gender.