Winter 2021 Schedule

The Muhlenberg College School of Continuing Studies provides quality education for adults, offering a supportive learning environment like no other in the area. We take the time to get to know our students, discuss their goals and help them find the best path to success. There is no one-size-fits-all at Muhlenberg. We offer over 25 majors in flexible formats including the winter term, which is 4 weeks long. 

Winter Academic Calendar

Classes Begin                             
Monday, January 4

Last Day to Add or Drop             
Wednesday, January 6

Last Day to Withdraw (W grade) 
Wednesday, January 20, 4 p.m.

Classes End                               
Friday, January 29

Final Examinations                     
Friday, January 29

Final Grades Due                       
Friday, January 29, 4 p.m.


Course Schedule

Course Key     Course Title

Graduation

Requirements

Instructor

Meeting Times

ARS 115-80  
Introduction to Digital Photography
AR Bergstresser, G.  Online
BUS 236-80 
Management
W Molinari, J. Online
BUS 386-80 
Special Topic:  Negotiation
  Ranieri, J.

Online

CLS 320-80 
Classical Mythology
HU Eastman, J. Online
ECN 101-80 
Principles of Macroeconomics
SL  Britt, K.  Online
ENG 255-80  
Literature & Film
 
HU  French, C.  Online
HST 144-90 
Introduction to History: Music/Civil Rights Movement
HU  Meek, R. Online
INE 101-90     
Introduction to Innovation and Entrepreneurship
 
SL  Heller-Labelle, G. Online
IST 101-90           
Introduction to International Studies
 
SL  Mello, B. 

Online Synchronous / Synchoronous class held weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays,  9:30-10:45 a.m.

PHY 111-80    
Introduction to Astronomy
SC  Parker, J. Online
SOC 224-80    
American Ethnic Diversity
 
DE  Lucabeche, V.  Online
SPC 250-80  
Basic Speech
  Mutimer, W.  Online 
SPN 101-80  
Elementary Spanish I
FL  Lebron, G.

Online synchronous / Asyncronous. Synchronous class held weekly on Mondays, 6-7:30 p.m.

 

 

Special Topic Courses

 

BUS 386-80: Special Topic: Negotiation 
This is a comprehensive course in Business Negotiation Theory and Practice.  A key element of the pedagogy is self-assessment and examination of the students’ negotiating style and default behaviors. Their current negotiating competencies are also assessed. The Global 5 and Myers Briggs Type Indicator are used to enrich self-awareness and the self-assessment process. The students will negotiate a legal contract, a labor agreement, an agreement with another culture, and nine other business simulations requiring them to understand and use negotiating leverage, use and counter negotiating tactics, and deal with different negotiating styles and strategies.