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Starts : 2015-01-12
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Oklahoma Janux

This course focuses on the organization and administration of adult and higher education from legislative, legal, structural-functional, power, political, bureaucratic, and social perspectives. Topics covered include: governance, central office organization, administrative position analysis, faculty organization, faculty participation in policy formation and decision making, academic freedom, goals analysis, budgetary policies and methods, and decision strategies in handling a representative set of administrative problems presented in a variety of formats.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Education Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Janux

This course focuses on the organization and administration of adult and higher education from legislative, legal, structural-functional, power, political, bureaucratic, and social perspectives. Topics covered include: governance, central office organization, administrative position analysis, faculty organization, faculty participation in policy formation and decision making, academic freedom, goals analysis, budgetary policies and methods, and decision strategies in handling a representative set of administrative problems presented in a variety of formats.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Education Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Janux

This course focuses on the organization and administration of adult and higher education from legislative, legal, structural-functional, power, political, bureaucratic, and social perspectives. Topics covered include: governance, central office organization, administrative position analysis, faculty organization, faculty participation in policy formation and decision making, academic freedom, goals analysis, budgetary policies and methods, and decision strategies in handling a representative set of administrative problems presented in a variety of formats.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Life Sciences Chemistry and Biochemistry Janux

This course covers the process of brewing from grain to final bottle product and the chemical and biochemical process involved in each step. Students will be required to utilize previous knowledge in General and Organic chemistry to understand: analytical techniques in brewing, chemistry of the ingredients and products, and the molecules involved in the biochemical processes. During the course, students will also learn the similarities and differences between beer styles, home and commercial brewing processes, and analytical techniques. There is a great deal of Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry involved in the malting, mashing and fermentation process and understanding the chemistry behind the flavor, aroma, and color of beer. Students should have a basic knowledge of general and organic chemistry.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Life Sciences Chemistry and Biochemistry Janux

This course covers the process of brewing from grain to final bottle product and the chemical and biochemical process involved in each step. Students will be required to utilize previous knowledge in General and Organic chemistry to understand: analytical techniques in brewing, chemistry of the ingredients and products, and the molecules involved in the biochemical processes. During the course, students will also learn the similarities and differences between beer styles, home and commercial brewing processes, and analytical techniques. There is a great deal of Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry involved in the malting, mashing and fermentation process and understanding the chemistry behind the flavor, aroma, and color of beer. Students should have a basic knowledge of general and organic chemistry.

Starts : 2014-08-18
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Life Sciences Chemistry and Biochemistry Janux

This course covers the process of brewing from grain to final bottle product and the chemical and biochemical process involved in each step. Students will be required to utilize previous knowledge in General and Organic chemistry to understand: analytical techniques in brewing, chemistry of the ingredients and products, and the molecules involved in the biochemical processes. During the course, students will also learn the similarities and differences between beer styles, home and commercial brewing processes, and analytical techniques. There is a great deal of Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry involved in the malting, mashing and fermentation process and understanding the chemistry behind the flavor, aroma, and color of beer. Students should have a basic knowledge of general and organic chemistry.

Starts : 2015-01-12
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Poltical Science at the University of Oklahoma Janux

This course examines Supreme Court decisions concerning the development of the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution. We will look specifically at establishment and free exercise; free speech, including obscene speech; 4th Amendment guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures; the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination; 8th Amendment prohibitions against cruel and usual punishment; as well as related cases that have recognized rights of historically marginalized groups in United States history, including African-Americans, women, and sexual minorities through these Amendments. Particular attention will be paid to how the Supreme Court has developed arguments which have expanded and contracted “rights” and “liberties.” We will also pay close attention to larger political contexts apart from court decisions that contribute to the overall development of “civil rights and civil liberties” in the United States.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Public Affairs & Law Janux Poltical Science

This course examines Supreme Court decisions concerning the development of the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution. We will look specifically at establishment and free exercise; free speech, including obscene speech; 4th Amendment guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures; the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination; 8th Amendment prohibitions against cruel and usual punishment; as well as related cases that have recognized rights of historically marginalized groups in United States history, including African-Americans, women, and sexual minorities through these Amendments. Particular attention will be paid to how the Supreme Court has developed arguments which have expanded and contracted “rights” and “liberties.” We will also pay close attention to larger political contexts apart from court decisions that contribute to the overall development of “civil rights and civil liberties” in the United States.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Public Affairs & Law Janux Poltical Science

This course examines Supreme Court decisions concerning the development of the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution. We will look specifically at establishment and free exercise; free speech, including obscene speech; 4th Amendment guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures; the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination; 8th Amendment prohibitions against cruel and usual punishment; as well as related cases that have recognized rights of historically marginalized groups in United States history, including African-Americans, women, and sexual minorities through these Amendments. Particular attention will be paid to how the Supreme Court has developed arguments which have expanded and contracted “rights” and “liberties.” We will also pay close attention to larger political contexts apart from court decisions that contribute to the overall development of “civil rights and civil liberties” in the United States.

Starts : 2015-08-24
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Poltical Science at the University of Oklahoma Janux

This course examines Supreme Court decisions concerning the development of the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution. We will look specifically at establishment and free exercise; free speech, including obscene speech; 4th Amendment guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures; the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination; 8th Amendment prohibitions against cruel and usual punishment; as well as related cases that have recognized rights of historically marginalized groups in United States history, including African-Americans, women, and sexual minorities through these Amendments. Particular attention will be paid to how the Supreme Court has developed arguments which have expanded and contracted “rights” and “liberties.” We will also pay close attention to larger political contexts apart from court decisions that contribute to the overall development of “civil rights and civil liberties” in the United States.

Starts : 2015-08-24
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Economics Janux University of Oklahoma

Elementary Business Statistics is the first level statistics class required for all Business and Economics majors and can be used to satisfy the statistics requirement in other departments if you are enrolled as a for-credit OU-student. It is designed as an introductory course to statistics theory and methodology. The foundation of statistical inference is first developed through coverage of descriptive statistics and then close coverage of probability theory and probability density functions: specifically the binomial, Poisson, geometric, and normal distributions. The leap from probability theory to actual inferential statistics by way of the Central Limit Theory is accomplished with the use of a gaming model in which students actively participate to solve a constrained goals a constrained goal that requires an understanding of the link between the Central Limit Theorem and the sample size. Confidence internals and Hypothesis testing follow with careful development of both the theory and philosophy of the hypothesis test. Specific hypotheses are covered including test for means, proportions, differences in mean and differences in proportions, and for variances. Finally correlations and regression are covered in detail. The foundation OLS model is developed and students will be able to propose and test various hypotheses concerning a causal relationship assumed to be linear. For credit Oklahoma University students will have the opportunity to interact with face2face teaching assistants once per week in regularly scheduled lab classes.

Starts : 2015-08-24
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Anthropology Janux

This course is a general introduction to the history, cultural traditions, and current condition of many of the 38 Native American tribes who reside in Oklahoma. To increase awareness and appreciation of the manners in which the Native American population of Oklahoma contributes to the unique character and capacities of our state, through cultural values, political relationships between sovereign governments, social relations in a diverse place, and enriching artistic expressions. Learners will further understand the roles that indigenous people in Oklahoma have played in national and global contexts.

Starts : 2015-06-08
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Janux School of Industrial and Systems Engineering

This course provides fundamental concepts in probability and statistical inference, with application to engineering contexts. Probability topics include counting methods, discrete and continuous random variables, and their associated distributions. Statistical inference topics include sampling distributions, point estimation, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for single- and two-sample experiments, nonparametric statistics, and goodness-of-fit testing. Excel will be used to demonstrate how to solve some class examples, and you'll be expected to use Excel to solve some homework problems. The statistical software package R will be introduced to address very basic statistics problems. Course prerequisites include calculus (differentiation and integration).

Starts : 2015-01-12
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Janux University College/Freshman Programs at the University of Oklahoma

Gateway to College Learning is a course that teaches incoming students how to successfully navigate OU and build a strong foundation for collegiate success. This course focuses on the process of learning and becoming a successful student rather than on a specific academic subject. This course features guest lecturers from across campus to share their insight on various topics. During the course, students will learn about the University of Oklahoma and the many resources available to them, develop and refine academic skills that will help ensure collegiate success, and have opportunities to better understand themselves as students and citizens of their communities.

Starts : 2013-08-08
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Oklahoma Janux

Studying general chemistry gives you a basic understanding of how the universe works at an atomic level. Everything you see, touch, or feel is made up of elements. This course begins with the basic concepts of chemistry such as atoms, molecules, ions, how to express measure quantities through scientific notation, and the periodic table. The course then progresses to energy, atomic and molecular structure, the properties of gases, liquids, solid, and solutions, and an introduction to organic chemistry.

Starts : 2014-08-18
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Oklahoma Janux

Studying general chemistry gives you a basic understanding of how the universe works at an atomic level. Everything you see, touch, or feel is made up of elements. This course begins with the basic concepts of chemistry such as atoms, molecules, ions, how to express measured quantities through scientific notation, and the periodic table. The course then progresses to energy, atomic and molecular structure, the properties of gases, liquids, solids, and solutions, and an introduction to organic chemistry.

Starts : 2015-06-29
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Janux Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education/ Educational Psychology

Teaching is one of the most underfunded professional fields in the United States. Teachers often spend their own money to provide basic supplies for their classrooms. In order to bring in new technology or try new approaches in the classroom teachers often have to write grants to obtain external funding to achieve their teaching goals. In this course, we will focus on learning about the different kinds of grants available, the grant writing process and common mistakes that may hamper your success. We will work as a learning community to support each other to prepare a crowdsourcing and a traditional grant application that can be submitted to a funding agency. The overall goal of this course is to help you feel informed and empowered to seek funding for your classroom today!

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] History of Science Janux

In this course we will trace the development of science in diverse cultural contexts from antiquity to early modern times. We will explore the growth and interaction of a wide variety of subject areas in science, including astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, meteorology, mathematics, medicine and technology. We will seek to understand how scientific discoveries and methods were rooted in specific geographical, artistic, literary, philosophical, religious and political traditions. We will ponder how they were transmitted across cultures as diverse as the ancient empires of Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome, the civilizations of India, China, and the Islamic Middle East, as well as in medieval and Renaissance Europe. The connections we identify between science and culture in pre-modern eras will throw light upon the nature of science and society today.

Starts : 2014-01-13
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JANUX Free Closed [?] History of Science Janux

In this course we will trace the development of science in diverse cultural contexts from antiquity to early modern times. We will explore the growth and interaction of a wide variety of subject areas in science, including astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, meteorology, mathematics, medicine and technology. We will seek to understand how scientific discoveries and methods were rooted in specific geographical, artistic, literary, philosophical, religious and political traditions. We will ponder how they were transmitted across cultures as diverse as the ancient empires of Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome, the civilizations of India, China, and the Islamic Middle East, as well as in medieval and Renaissance Europe. The connections we identify between science and culture in pre-modern eras will throw light upon the nature of science and society today.

Starts : 2015-08-24
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JANUX Free Closed [?] Department of Biology Janux University of Oklahoma

Human Physiology is the study of normal biological function from atoms to molecules, to cells to tissues, and to organs and organ systems. It is the integration of each of these elements that allows for the human body to function as a whole to accomplish particular tasks. In this course, we will focus on how the human body works through the activities of interconnected organ systems. We will begin by reviewing fundamental concepts from related fields of study including Chemistry, Molecular Biology, and Cell Biology. We will then build upon those concepts as we explore each of the organ systems, their interconnectivity and the effects that specific perturbations will have on those organ systems and subsequent ability to maintain homeostasis. Students will also apply their physiology knowledge to information they encounter on the Internet, in magazines, and on television. Students will complete this course using online resources including lecture videos, animations, workbooks, and discussions, followed by in-class activities that are designed to reinforce online activities and to promote critical thinking skills via case studies and clinical applications. The laboratory session will give students an appreciation of human physiology by conducting hands-on experiments that deal with principles discussed online and in-class.