Dual Enrollment Course Offerings Fall 2017

African American Studies. AFAM 147: The Life and Thought of Malcolm X. The life of Malcolm X / El Hajj Malik Shabazz (1925-1965) and his social, political, economic, and moral thought. 
Section 001: M 6:00PM-9:00PM

African American Studies. AFAM 210: Freedom's First Generation: African American Life and Work, 1865 to World War II. The course will explore the context and events that shaped African American life over the period 1896-1932.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

African Studies. AFR 110: Introduction to Contemporary Africa. Consideration of influences and forces shaping modern African society; analysis of current local and global problems and issues facing Africa.
Section 001: W 6:00PM-9:00PM

African Studies. AFR 150: Africa in Cinema. The study of the image of Africa as seen in fiction and non-fiction feature length films, ethnographic and documentary films.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

Biobehavioral Health. BBH 143: Drugs, Behavior, and Health. Health aspects of use and abuse of licit and illicit drugs; related social problems and prevention.
Section 001: M W F 1:25PM-2:15PM

Biological Science. BISC 001: Structure and Function of Organisms. An exploration of how cellular structures and processes contribute to life and how life displays unity even in its diversity.
Section 001: M W 8:00AM-9:15AM

Communications Arts and Sciences. CAS 100A: Effective SpeechPrinciples of communication, implemented through presentation of speeches, with some attention to group discussion and message evaluation.
Section 002: M 2:30PM-5:30PM
Section 003: M W F 11:15am-12:05PM
Section 004: T TH 3:05PM-4:20PM

Chemistry. CHEM 101: Introduction to Chemistry. Selected principles and applications of chemistry. Priory study of chemistry is not assumed.
Section 001: M W F 11:15AM-12:05PM
Lab 001: T 2:30PM-5:30PM
Lab 002: T 6:00PM-9:00PM

Chemistry. CHEM 110: Chemical Principles I. Basic concepts and quantitative relations.
Section 001: M W F 11:15PM-12:05PM

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

Comparative Literature. CMLIT 130: Banned Books: International and Comparative Perspectives. The world of banned books, their history, and their politics, studied comparatively and internationally.
Section 001: M W F 10:10AM-11:00AM

Communications. COMM 100: Mass Media and SocietyMass communications in the United States: organization, role, content, and effects of newspapers, magazines, television, radio, books, and film.
Section 001: M W 2:30PM-3:45PM

Communications. COMM 150: The Art of the Cinema. The development of cinema to its present state; principles of evaluation and appreciation; examples from the past and present.
Section 001: TH 6:00PM-9:00PM

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 001: M W 2:30PM - 5:30PM

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: T TH 10:35AM - 11:50AM

Economics. ECON 102: Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy. Methods of economic analysis and their use; price determination; theory of the firm; distribution.
Section 001: T TH 3:05PM-4:20PM

Energy/Geo-Environmental Engineering. EGEE 101: Energy and the Environment. Energy utilization and technological development, energy resources, conversion and consequences on the local and global environment, and future energy alternatives.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

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 1:25PM-2:15PM
Section 004: T TH 9:05AM-9:55AM

English. ENGL 191: Science Fiction. Science fiction as the literature of technological innovation and social change--its development, themes, and problems.
Section 001: T TH 3:05PM-4:20PM

Geography. GEOG 10: Physical Geography: An Introduction. Survey and synthesis of processes creating geographical patterns of natural resources, with application of basic environmental processes in resource management.
Section 001: T TH 3:05PM-4:20PM

Human Development and Family Studies. HDFS 129: Introduction to Human Development and Family Studies. Introduction to psychological and family development at all stages of the individual and family life cycle.
Section 001: W 6:00PM-9:00PM

History. HIST 10: World History I. Human origins; early civilizations; major political and intellectual developments on all continents; cultural interrelationships to 1500.
Section 001: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

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: M W  4:00PM-5:15PM

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 3:05PM-4:20PM

History. HIST 150: American in the 1960's: An Introduction. An introduction to the history of the United States in the 1960s.
Section 021: TH 6:00PM-9:00PM

Integrative Arts. INART 125: The Popular Arts in America: The History of Rock and Roll - Punk Rock. An examination of the roots, development, and significance of punk rock in our culture.
Section 021: M 6:00PM-9:00PM

Mathematics. MATH 21: College Algebra I. Quadratic equations; equations in quadratic form; word problems; graphing; algebraic fractions; negative and rational exponents; radicals.
Section 001: M W F 9:05AM-9:55AM

Mathematics. MATH 22: College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry. Relations, functions, graphs; polynomial, rational functions, graphs; word problems; nonlinear inequalities; inverse functions; exponential, logarithmic functions; conic sections; simultaneous equations.
Section 001: M W F 11:15AM-12:05AM

Mathematics. MATH 26: Plane Trigonometry. Trigonometric functions; solutions of triangles; trigonometric equations; identities.
Section 002: T TH 1:35PM-2:50PM

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 141: Calculus with Analytic Geometry II. Derivatives, integrals, applications; sequences and series; analytic geometry; polar coordinates. Students may take only one course for credit from MATH 141, 141B, and 141H.
Section 001: M T W TH F 8:00AM- 8:50AM

Mathematics. MATH 230: Calculus and Vector Analysis. Three-dimensional analytic geometry; vectors in space; partial differentiation; double and triple integrals; integral vector calculus. Students who have passed either Math 231 or 232 may not schedule Math 230 or 230H for credit. 
Section 001: M T W TH F 9:05AM- 9:55AM

Music. MUSIC 8: Rudiments of Music. Introduction to the elements of music: notation, scales, meter, rhythm, intervals; basic chord structure.
Section 001: W 6:00PM-9:00PM

Philosophy. PHIL 103: Introduction to Ethics. Ethical theory about virtue, duty, autonomy, and life quality applied to moral problems, including character, violence, oppression, abortion, and suicide.
Section 001: M W F 9:05AM-9:55AM

Philosophy. PHIL 105: Introduction to Philosophy of Law and Legal Ethics. Historical and contemporary philosophies of law; concepts of responsibility, property, rights, and justice; and ethical issues in legal practice.
Section 001: M 6:00PM-9:00PM

Political Science. PLSC 1: Introduction to American National Government. Introduction to development and nature of American political culture, constitutional/structural arrangements, electoral/policy process; sources of conflict and consensus.
Section 001: M W F 11:15AM-12:05PM

Psychology. PSYCH 100: Introduction to Psychology. Introduction to general psychology; principles of human behavior and their applications.
Section 003: T TH 10:35AM-11:50AM

Sociology. SOC 12: Criminology. Explanations and measurement of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent, property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes.
Section 001: M W 2:30PM-3:45PM