Below is a list of STEM Teach III courses available for Summer II 2018. This allows teachers to review offerings before online registration opens. Included are descriptions, links to syllabi as well as future courses tentatively planned for each content sequence.
Teachers accepted into the program will receive notice via email when they may register based on priority and need. The email will cover necessary instructions on the registration process.
Course/University/ Instructor/Format 
Date & Time 
Description 

MATH 

MATH 501 Linear Algebra Indiana Wesleyan University Online 
7/9 – 9/2/18 
This course offers an intermediate treatment of the theory and application of linear Prerequisites: A bachelor’s degree with a mathematics major or must be state certified (in any state) to teach Mathematics at a secondary level school Sequential Offerings: Math 501 Linear Algebra, Math 502 Abstract Algebra, Math 503 Advanced Calculus, Math 504 Real Analysis, Math 505 Statistical Methods I, Math 506 Modern Geometry 
MATH 503 Advanced Calculus Indiana Wesleyan University Dr. Jodi Mills Jodi.mills@indwes.edu Online 
7/9 – 9/2/18 
This course is an advanced multivariate treatment of calculus for the mature student of Prerequisites: A bachelor’s degree with a mathematics major or must be state certified Sequential Offerings: Math 501 Linear Algebra, Math 502 Abstract Algebra, Math 503 Advanced Calculus, Math 504 Real Analysis, Math 505 Statistical Methods I, Math 506 Modern Geometry 
MATH 604 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry Indiana State University Dr. Liz Brown Liz.Brown@indstate.edu Online 
5/21 – 8/3/18

Advanced topics in geometry for teachers and curriculum supervisors. The recent developments in Prerequisites: None Sequential Offerings: Math 511 Number Theory, Math 537 Mathematical Modeling, Math 603 Fundamental Concepts of Algebra, Math 604 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry, Math 640 Graph Theory, Math 621 Modern Geometries 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) or COMPUTER SCIENCE 

IT 603 Information Management Valparaiso University Gina Rue Gina.Rue@valpo.edu Online 
7/2 – 8/10/18 
Builds a deeper understanding of how databases work, including the topics of database theory and Prerequisites: IT502 Sequential Offerings: IT 502 Introduction to Programming, 510 Introduction to Information Technology, IT 603 Information Management, IT 533 Data Mining, IT 632 Instructional Design in IT, IT 540 Web Programming 
BIOLOGY 

BIOE 503 Systems Biology Indiana Wesleyan University Julie H. Rennison, PhD. julie.Rennison@agsfaculty.indwes.edu Online 
7/9 – 9/2/18 
This course investigates the major principles and concepts of biological systems, including the fundamentals of mathematical and physiological modeling, a detailed analysis of gene, protein, and metabolic systems, as well as the application of systems biology in health and medicine. Prerequisite: a bachelor’s degree with a Biology major or must be state certified (in any state) to teach Biology at a secondary school level. Undergraduate coursework must include a “C” level or higher in Introductory Biology, Introductory Biology Lab, General Chemistry, General Chemistry Lab. Note: This course is designed for those seeking the credentials required by many regional accrediting bodies in order to be able to teach advanced placement, concurrent early college, and undergraduate college Biology courses. Click here for syllabus. Prerequisites: None Sequential Offerings: BIOE 501 Biological Chemistry, BIOE 502 Cell Biology, BIOE 503 Systems Biology, BIOE 504 Genetics, BIOE 505 Human Physiology, BIOE 506 Microbiology 
BIOE 505 Human Physiology Indiana Wesleyan University April Elrod, PhD. april.elrod@agsfaculty.indwes.edu Online 
7/9 – 9/2/18 
This course utilizes a systems approach in the exploration of the concept of homeostasis, or the ability of the body systems to work together to maintain internal stability. Knowledge of basic chemistry and cell biology is recommended. Click here for syllabus. Prerequisites: Sequential Offerings: BIOE 501 Biological Chemistry, BIOE 502 Cell Biology, BIOE 503 Systems Biology, BIOE 504 Genetics, BIOE 505 Human Physiology, BIOE 506 Microbiology 
PSYCHOLOGY 

PSY 510 Lifespan Development University of Saint Francis Amy CarriganSmith Online 
7/2– 8/24/18 
This course examines the biopsychosocial aspects of development across the lifespan. Growth Prerequisites: None noted. Sequential Offerings: PSY 501 Research Methods, PSY 506 Social Psychology, PSY 510 Lifespan Development, PSY 512 Theories of Personality, PSY 515 Abnormal Psychology, PSY 518 Cognitive Neuroscience 
PHYSICS 

PSYE 502 Classical Mechanics Indiana Wesleyan University Emily Grace, PhD, MSEd emilygrace.williams@agsfaculty.indwes.edu Online 
7/9 – 9/2/18 
This course focuses on Newtonian (nonrelativistic) mechanics and its Lagrangian formulation Note: This course is designed for those seeking the credentials required by many regional Prerequisites: PHYE501 or equivalent – Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge: A bachelor’s degree with a physics major or be state certified (in any state) to teach Physics at a secondary school level, and PHYE501 or Sequential Offerings: PSYE 501 Research Methods, PSYE 502 Classical Mechanics, PHYE 503 Electromagnetism, PHYE 504 Intro to Quantum Mechanics, PHYE 505 Quantum Mechanics II, PHYE 506 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 