Spring 2018 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Spring 2018 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

African American Studies. AFAM 100: Living While Black: Themes in African American Thought and Experience. What it means to be Black in America by engaging with questions about identity and authenticity, freedom and unfreedom, radicalism and reform, gender and sexuality, and the role of music in African American life.
Section 021: W 6:00PM-9:00PM

African American Studies. AFAM 146: The Life and Thought of Martin Luther King, Jr. A survey of the civil rights leader including his religious beliefs, intellectual development, and philosophy for social change.
Section 001: M W 4:00PM-5:15PM

African Studies. AFR 191: Early African History. Explores important economic and cultural transformations in the making of early African empires from 1 MBC to 1750.
Section 021: TH 6:00PM-9:00PM

Anthropology. ANTH 21: Introductory Biological Anthropology. The role of human biology and evolution in culture, society, and behavior.
Section 001: T TH 3:05PM-4:20PM

Art. ART 1: Introduction to the Visual Arts. Introduction to the media, elements, function, making, and meaning of visual arts today and in diverse historical and cultural contexts.
Section 001: T TH 4:35PM-5:50PM

Art. ART 20: Introduction to Drawing. Introductory experience in making of art through drawing media; designed for non-majors seeking general overview of studio practice.
Section 001: T TH 6:00PM-9:00PM

Biological Science. BISC 004: Human Body: Form and Function.  A general survey of structure and function--from conception, through growth and reproduction, to death.
Section 001: M W 8:00AM-9:15AM

Chemistry. CHEM 110: Chemical Principles I. Basic concepts and quantitative relations.
Section 001: M W F 1:25PM-2:15PM

Chemistry. CHEM 111: Experimental Chemistry I. Introduction to quantitative experimentation in chemistry.
Section 001: F 8:00AM-11:00AM
Section 002: TH 2:30PM-5:30PM

Computer Science. CMPSC 203: Introduction to Spreadsheets and Databases. Design, use, and programming of spreadsheets and data bases with applications from a range of disciplines.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM
                     F 11:15AM-12:05PM

Criminology. CRIM 12: Criminology. Explanations and measurements of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent, property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes.
Section 021: W 6:00PM - 9:00PM

Criminal Justice. CRIMJ 100: Introduction to Criminal Justice. Overview of the criminal justice system, including legal foundations, processing and correction of offenders, extent and types of crime, victims.
Section 001: M W F 11:15AM - 12:05PM

Educational Theory and Policy. EDTHP 115A: Competing Rights: Issues in American Education. An examination of educational issues relevant to democratic citizenship; emphasis is on understanding the relationship among politics, schools, and society.
Section 021: M 6:00PM-9:00PM

English. ENGL 15: Rhetoric and Composition. Instruction and practice in writing expository prose that shows sensitivity to audience and purpose.
Section 001: M W F 9:05AM-9:55AM
Section 002: M W F 10:10AM-11:00AM

History. HIST 20: American Civilization to 1877. An historical survey of the American experience from its colonial beginnings through the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

History. HIST 21: American Civilization from 1877. An historical survey of the American experience from the emergence of urban-industrial society in the late nineteenth century to the present.
Section 001: T TH 4:35PM-5:50PM

History. HIST 173: Vietnam in War and Peace. Rise of nationalism and communism; origins of conflict; United States involvement; impact on postwar regional and international politics; contemporary Vietnam.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

History. HIST 191: Early African History. Explores important economic and cultural transformations in the making of early African empires from 1 MBC to 1750.
Section 021: TH 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mathematics. MATH 26: Plane Trigonometry. Trigonometric functions; solutions of triangles; trigonometric equations; identities.
Section 002: T TH 10:35AM-11:50AM

Mathematics. MATH 110: Techniques of Calculus I. Functions, graphs, derivatives, integrals, techniques of differentiation and integration, exponentials, improper integrals, applications.
Section 001: M W TH F 8:00AM- 8:50AM

Mathematics. MATH 140: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I. Functions, limits; analytic geometry; derivatives, differentials, applications; integrals, applications.
Section 001: M T W TH 9:05AM-9:55AM

Mathematics. MATH 251: Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations. First- and second-order equations; special functions; Laplace transform solutions; higher order equations; Fourier series; partial differential equations.
Section 001: M T W TH 9:05AM-9:55AM

Microbiology. MICRB 106: Elementary Microbiology. Importance of microorganisms in health and disease, agriculture, and industry; descriptive course for students not planning advanced study in microbiology. The combination of MICRB 106 GN and 107 GN must be taken to receive General Education credit in biology.
Section 001: M W F 11:15AM-12:05PM

Microbiology. MICRB 107: Elementary Microbiology Laboratory. Selected techniques used to observe, identify and count bacteria; effects of chemical and physical agents on microorganisms. The combination of MICRB 106 GN and 107 GN must be taken to receive General Education credit in biology.
Section 001: TH 3:35PM-5:30PM