2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Humanities, Social Science, and Communication Department
Main Office: Grohmann Museum, GM218
Phone: (414) 277-7351
Fax: (414) 277-7462
The Humanities, Social Science, and Communication Department is responsible for administering and providing core courses for the Bachelor of Science degree in User Experience and Communication Design. In addition, the department is primarily responsible for offering courses in the humanities, social sciences, English and communication. These offerings include both fundamental and advanced courses to develop and enrich students so they become more sensitive to, and fully aware of, themselves and others.
Dr. Alicia Domack
Dr. Jon K. Borowicz, Dr. R. David Kent, Dr. David Howell, Dr. Patrick Jung, Dr. Katherine Wikoff
Dr. Michael Carriere, Dr. Alicia Domack, Dr. Jennifer Farrell, Dr. Tammy Rice-Bailey, Dr. Nadya Shalamova
Dr. Lauren Beverung, Dr. Jan Fertig, Dr. Candela Marini, Dr. Andrew McAninch
Adjunct Associate Professors:
Dianne L. Bender, Virginia K. Reinmuller, Mark Zimmermann
Adjunct Assistant Professors:
Elizabeth A. Albrecht, Dr. Kimberly Baker, Dr. Elizabeth Clark, Margaret Dwyer, Annemarie Fleishman, Amii LaPointe, Amy Murre, Dr. Mary Spencer, Jessica Swearingen
Rebecca Arnell, Ashley Dzick, Hannah Haase, John Kellogg
Dr. Roger J. Frankowski, James Friauf, Veronica S. Haggerty, Susannah P. Locke, Mary Ann Perdue, Judith L. Steininger
Adjunct Professor Emeritus:
Department Administrative Assistant:
Humanities, Social Science, and Communication Electives
Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (HU/SS)
Foreign Language Courses at MSOE
Enrollment in Foreign Language Courses
- A student may not enroll in a foreign language course if that foreign language is the student’s native language.
- A student who has had one year of a specific language in high school may enroll in the introductory language course. Students having two years of a specific language in high school must begin in the second language course. For each additional year of language in high school, a student must begin at a correspondingly higher level.
- A proficiency exam administered by the instructor may be needed to determine the appropriate level of language course for the student.
- A student placed in “Foreign Language II” or “Foreign Language III” will not receive credit for more fundamental language courses.