Graduate Liberal Studies Program

Past GLS Course Schedules

The following schedules are past GLS course offerings listed by semester.

COURSE OFFERINGS, SPRING 2019

OAP Spring I (January 21st - March 10th)

OAP Spring II (March 18th - May 5th)

Full Spring Term

  • GLS 598-001: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor: Dr. Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 21211 - Available to MALS main campus students only.
  • GLS 598-800: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor: Dr. Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Numer: 21212 - Available to MALS extension students only.
  • GLS 600-001: Graduate Continuation
    • Not available through SeaNet--click on the above title to go to the appropriate Graduate School web page. If any questions, contact the GLS Program Assistant at gentryrc AT uncw DOT edu for assistance.
    • For GLS students--For the purpose of completing a MALS final project, GLS 600 will be available to GLS students if the student has or will receive an "S" (satisfactory progress) for GLS 598 AND has completed all required coursework for the MALS degree. Note: If you have an "S" in a GLS 598 from a previous semester/session, you cannot register in GLS 598 again. If you have questions as to whether you need to use GLS 600, please contact us or the Graduate School Office for clarification.

COURSE OFFERINGS, FALL 2018

OAP Fall I (August 27th - October 14th)

OAP Fall II (October 22nd - December 9th)

Full Fall Term (August 22nd - December 7th)

  • GLS 598-001: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor: Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 13820 - Available to MALS main campus students only.
  • GLS 598-800: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor: Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Numer: 13821 - Available to MALS extension students only.
  • GLS 600-001: Graduate Continuation
    • Not available through SeaNet--click on the above title to go to the appropriate Graduate School web page. If any questions, contact the GLS Program Assistant at gentryrc AT uncw DOT edu for assistance.
    • For GLS students--For the purpose of completing a MALS final project, GLS 600 will be available to GLS students if the student has or will receive an "S" (satisfactory progress) for GLS 598 AND has completed all required coursework for the MALS degree. Note: If you have an "S" in a GLS 598 from a previous semester/session, you cannot register in GLS 598 again. If you have questions as to whether you need to use GLS 600, please contact us or the Graduate School Office for clarification.

COURSE OFFERINGS, SUMMER 2018

Summer Session I

Summer Session II

COURSE OFFERINGS, SPRING 2018

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Spring 2018 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

  • GLS 592-003: The Criticism of Everything
    Instructor: Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 28004
    Time: Tuesdays, 3:30-6:15pm
    Location: Bear Hall 102
  • GLS 598-001: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor:
     Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 10565 - available to MALS main campus students only
  • GLS 599-001: Post-Master's Certificate Qualifying Exam (This section will be used by all main campus candidates for the certificate. Onslow County candidates should contact the instructor.)
    Instructor:
     Ashley Hudson
    Course Reference Number: Not provided--after consultation with Ashley Hudson, the GLS Program Assistant Director, contact the GLS Program Assistant at campbellp AT uncw DOT edu to obtain the appropriate form.
  • GLS 600-001: Graduate Continuation
    • Not available through SeaNet--click on the above title to go to the appropriate Graduate School web page. If any questions, contact the GLS Program Assistant at gentryrc AT uncw DOT edu for assistance.
    • For GLS students--For the purpose of completing a MALS final project, GLS 600 will be available to GLS students if the student has or will receive an "S" (satisfactory progress) for GLS 598 AND has completed all required coursework for the MALS degree. Note: If you have an "S" in a GLS 598 from a previous semester/session, you cannot register in GLS 598 again. If you have questions as to whether you need to use GLS 600, please contact us or the Graduate School Office for clarification.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800, all Spring 2018 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

COURSE OFFERINGS, FALL 2017

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Fall 2017 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

  • GLS 541-001: Psychology and Religion
    Instructor:
    Jenny Yates
    Course Reference Number: 17617
    Time: Tuesdays, 3:30-6:15pm
    Location: TBA
  • GLS 592-005: Horror and Philosophy
    Instructor:
    Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 17619
    Time: Wednesdays, 3:30-6:15pm
    Location: TBA
  • GLS 592-006: Poetry Writing: An Applied-Learning Workshop
    Instructor:
    Ashley Hudson
    Course Reference Number: 17623
    Time: Thursdays, 3:30-6:15pm
    Location: TBA
  • GLS 598-001: Final Project in Liberal Studies
    Instructor:
    Patricia Turrisi
    Course Reference Number: 10565
    - available to MALS main campus students only
  • GLS 599-001: Post-Master's Certificate Qualifying Exam (This section will be used by all main campus candidates for the certificate. Onslow County candidates should contact the instructor.)
    Instructor: Ashley Hudson
    Course Reference Number: Not provided--after consultation with Ashley Hudson, the GLS Program Assistant Director, contact the GLS Program Assistant at gentryrc AT uncw DOT edu to obtain the appropriate form.
  • GLS 600-001: Graduate Continuation
    • Not available through SeaNet--click on the above title to go to the appropriate Graduate School web page. If any questions, contact the GLS Program Assistant at gentryrc AT uncw DOT edu for assistance.
    • For GLS students--For the purpose of completing a MALS final project, GLS 600 will be available to GLS students if the student has or will receive an "S" (satisfactory progress) for GLS 598 AND has completed all required coursework for the MALS degree. Note: If you have an "S" in a GLS 598 from a previous semester/session, you cannot register in GLS 598 again. If you have questions as to whether you need to use GLS 600, please contact us or the Graduate School Office for clarification.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800, all Fall 2017 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

COURSE OFFERINGS, SUMMER 2017

Summer Session I

  • GLS 592-801: Buddhism
         Instructor: Beverley McGuire
         Course Reference Number: 63445
         Time: N/A Online
         Location: N/A Online Course
  • GLS 592-802: Psychological Types
         Instructor: Jenny Yates
         Course Reference Number: 61763
         Time: N/A Online Course
         Location: N/A Online Course

Summer Session II

COURSE OFFERINGS, SPRING 2017

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Spring 2017 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800 and GLS 592-800, all Spring 2017 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

COURSE OFFERINGS, FALL 2016

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Fall 2016 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800, all Fall 2016 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

COURSE OFFERINGS, SUMMER 2016

All Summer 2016 courses are available to both main campus and extension students.

Main Campus Summer I

  • No main campus courses are offered in Summer I.

Onslow Extension Summer I

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Main Campus Summer II

  • No main campus courses are offered in Summer II.

Onslow Extension Summer II

Summer 2016 Final Project

GLS 598, Final Project in Liberal Studies, will not be offered in the summer sessions. Past experience has shown that timely completion of a final project is problematic if the process is started in a summer session.

Continuation of past work will, however, be permitted. If your unofficial transcript shows an "S" (satisfactory progress) for GLS 598 and you have completed and submitted a signed and approved project proposal in a past semester, you will be permitted to continue your work in the summer.

To do so, you must seek approval for summer work from both your project committee and the GLS Program Director. Approval from your project committee is especially important as many committee members may not be available (or even in town) during the summer.

Once these approvals have been obtained and registration has opened for Summer II for you, use the appropriate GLS 600 form found on the Graduate School's "Graduate Student Registration Forms" web page. There are two GLS 600 forms, one for 3 and less usages of GLS 600 and one for 4 or more usages. The form for "3 or less" should be automatically submitted to the Graduate School Office when you click on "Done." Note: The "3 or less" form is only available when registration for the semester/session of interest is open. If your system has problems sending the form, contact 910.962.7303 for assistance.

Note: The forms may permit you to register for GLS 600 in the summer I session. Do not register in summer I; all summer work on GLS final projects using GLS 600 should be done with a registration in summer II.

COURSE OFFERINGS, SPRING 2016

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Spring 2016 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800, all Spring 2016 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

COURSE OFFERINGS, FALL 2015

Main Campus - with the exception of GLS 598-001, all Fall 2015 main campus GLS courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

Onslow Extension - with the exception of GLS 598-800, all Fall 2015 GLS extension courses are available to both main campus and extension graduate students.

Last Updated: April 23, 2019