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Online Adjunct Faculty--FDWLD 101: World Foundations 1

This is an interest list posting for FDWLD 101 World Foundations. This course examines great world civilizations through literature, art, music, philosophy, and history. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho Learning Model and participate in an onl… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--COMM 315: Social Media Design

This is an interest list posting for COMM 315 Social Media Design. This course will teach students to strategically decide how best to visually communicate an engaging integrated message across the appropriate social media channels to reach the intended audience. Students will be introduced to and create a variety of solutions to clearly communicate visual online messages. Online adjunct fac… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--COMM 310: Creating Online Media

This is an interest list posting for COMM 310: Creating Online Media. This course covers the technical introduction to search-engine optimized and standards-based web design and production. The course also provides training in semantic HTML markup, CSS-based design and dynamic PHP scripting, overview of the history, current status and future possibilities of HTML. Online adjunct faculty me… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FDENG 101: Writing and Reasoning Foundations

This is an interest list posting for FDENG 101: Writing and Reasoning Foundations. This English course emphasizes critical reading and thinking and effective written communication within academic and social contexts. This course introduces critical reading strategies, the writing process, research, and documentation, and argumentation. Students will also develop their ability to summarize, anal… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FDENG 301: Advanced Writing and Research

This is an interest list posting for FDENG 301 Advanced Writing and Research. This course helps students learn how to reason carefully and express ideas clearly. Students develop these competencies as they learn to recognize strong arguments, uncover assumptions, evaluate evidence, recognize rhetorical patterns, and infer ideas from data. To apply their understanding of these skills, students w… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FDMAT 108: Math for the Real World

This is an interest list posting for FDMAT 108 Math for the Real World. This course prepares students to apply quantitative tools in order to make informed decisions. Topics include quantitative reasoning, logical reasoning, computational tools, functions and graphs, solving equations, descriptive statistics, statistical charts and graphs, statistical inference, and trendlines. Students are en… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 225: Database Design and Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 225: Database Design and Development. This course covers the physical and logical design elements of relational and object relational databases, including the definition of and organization of structures into a database catalog. It explores symbolic drawing methodologies, like Information Engineering and UML. It teaches SQL language semantics, including … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Nursing

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online nursing courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: NURS 316: Professional Seminar. This course helps students explore differences in ASN and BSN education and practice levels, nursing theorists, and professional responsibilities. NURS 338: Nursing Research. This course offers th… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--MATH 221: Statistics

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online statistics courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: MATH 221A: Business Statistics. In this course business students study graphical representation of data, measures of center and spread, elementary probability, sampling distributions, correlation and regression, statistical inference involving means, pro… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 336: Web Backend Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 336-Web Backend Development. This programming course focuses on constructing dynamic web sites using PHP with databases and design patterns. The concepts introduced in the Web Frontend Development course are expected to be continued and implemented. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, v… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 160: Introduction to Programming

This is an interest list posting for CIT 160 Introduction to Programming. This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of computers and information technology. Students will learn the basics of computer hardware and the binary and hexadecimal number systems. Students will design algorithms to solve simple computing problems and will write computer programs using Boolean logic, control s… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 230: Web Frontend Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 230: Web Frontend Development. This course prepares students to develop web sites through a study of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Usability principles, and User Interface (UI) principles. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BY… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--B 250: Web Business Creation

This is an interest list posting for B 250: Web Business Creation. This course is designed for any student interested in building a web-based business and learning to use paid search forms of digital marketing to attract visitors to the website. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LD… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--HS 370: Epidemiology

This is an interest list posting for HS 370 Epidemiology. This course covers the study of the distribution of diseases and pathophysiological conditions of humans and of factors which influence their occurrence. The course requires an understanding of statistical principles. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and stan… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 381: Business Intel and Analytics

This is an interest list posting for CIT 381 Business Intel and Analytics. This course provides an introduction to Business Intelligence, including the processes, methodologies, infrastructure, and current practices used to transform business data into useful information and support business decision-making and strategy. Business Intelligence greatly benefits from foundational knowledge in dat… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FAML 445: Family Practicum

This is an interest list posting for FAML 445 Family Practicum. Students will receive practical experience by preparing curriculum needed to teach a workshop or seminar on some aspect of family life. After preparing the curriculum, students will market the program, conduct the workshop, and evaluate the effectiveness of the education. Students will compile a portfolio of all activities related … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CHILD 320: Adolescent Development

This is an interest list posting for CHILD 320 Adolescent Development. In this course, the adolescent experience will be examined within a developmental and social context, with emphasis on the importance of the family. Other contexts to be considered include peers, religion, community, schools, and broader cultural systems. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CHILD 310: Early and Middle Development

This is an interest list posting for CHILD 310 Early and Middle Development. This course explores in depth the relationships between theory, core developmental concepts, and practice in the field of child development from preschool through middle childhood. Students learn and apply various theoretical perspectives to explain and interpret children’s development. They read, summarize, and analyz… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--PSYCH 376: Cognition

This is an interest list posting for PSYCH 376 Cognition. This course provides an introduction into prominent theories and research in cognitive psychology. Students learn about (a) ways in which the mind and brain organize the chaotic world in which we live, (b) how the separate but interrelated processes of attention, perception, memory, and visual imagery work together to produce everyday ph… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 262: System Analysis and Design

This is an interest list posting for CIT 262 System Analysis and Design. This course teaches the concepts of systems analysis and design for those desiring to work in the field of information technology. Initially, an overview of an information system and the software development life cycle (SDLC) processes are covered. Students will gain an in depth, real experience through each phase of the S… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 325: Database Administration

This is an interest list posting for CIT 325 Database Administration. This course focuses on the development of stored functions, libraries, objects, procedures, and packages. Students will design and write stored database program units in PL/SQL. Students will also use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to write and test programs against database. Online adjunct faculty mentor stu… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FDSCI 101: Science Foundations

This is an interest list posting for FDSCI 101 Science Foundations. This course is an introduction to the nature, practice, power, and limitations of science, as well as relationships between science and religion, and science and society. These topics are explored through the study of selected episodes of scientific discovery that demonstrate methodical and creative aspects of scientific inquir… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FAML 220: Parenting

This is an interest list posting for FAML 220 Parenting. This course is a study of theories, principles, and practices needed to build nurturing and supportive parent-child relationships and to guide children toward healthy developmental outcomes. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the L… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 201: Engineering Mechanics: Statics

This is an interest list posting for ME 201 Engineering Mechanics: Statics. This course covers concepts of forces, moments and other vector quantities, free body diagrams, particle and rigid body statics, trusses, frames and machines, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Vector analysis used. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FAML 160: Family Relations

This is an interest list posting for FAML 160 Family Relations. This is an overview course of family development across the lifespan including the study of the family as a system, family interaction, family issues, and family roles. The course will emphasize the relationship of the family and its environment. Consideration is given to the cultural diversity and heritage of families. Online a… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--POLSC 150: Introduction to Comparative Politics

This is an interest list posting for POLSC 150 Introduction to Comparative Politics. This course consists of the major types of government in present use: historical development, organization, and operation. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho L… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Economic Principles and Problems

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching introductory economics courses online for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: ECON 150: Economic Principles and Problems-Micro. Microeconomics studies the behavior of individual economic agents such as consumers and businesses in a market economy. More specifically, the course introduces students to the eco… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Recreation Management

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online Recreation Management courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: RM 370: Therapeutic Recreation: Introduction. This course is an introduction to the field of Therapeutic Recreation and clinical interventions for individuals with special needs or problems. Students will participate in an in depth exploratio… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 250: Materials Science

This is an interest list posting for ME 250 Materials Science. Atomic structure and microstructure of engineering materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Factors influencing the fabrication, processing, and selection of materials in engineering analysis and design. Case studies of engineering material failures. Use of material selection. Online adjunct faculty mento… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--POLSC 170: International Politics

This is an interest list posting for POLSC 170 International Politics. This course consists of the study of the geographic, demographic, economic, and ideological factors affecting international behavior, including the function of power, national, ethnic and other forms of identity, diplomacy, international law, and organization, etc. Instructors should be familiar with the major theories expla… View Details Bookmark