Need a General Education course for Spring? Try one of these!

Arts & Aesthetics or Aesthetic Understanding

Featured Arts & Aesthetics or Aesthetic Understanding Course:

  • THA 2140 C01 WI: Design Fundamentals, TTH 2-3:15

This course will give students a solid foundation in design from which they can build upon in more advanced studies. Students will learn the basic elements of design and principles of composition as well as an overview of various periods and styles throughout history. Topics covered may include fundamentals in: color theory, drawing, painting, drafting, fashion, architecture, and various visual media.

  • ARH 2012 C01 Survey of Western Art II, TTH 2-3:15 (ARH 2011 Survey West Art I- NOT required)
  • ART 1020 C01 or C02, Intro to Studio Art, C01 T 6-8:50 PM, C02 M 9-11:50 AM
  • COM 1150 C02 Intro to Cinema Studies, TTH 11-12:15
  • DAN 2140 C01 Intermediate Dance, MWF 10-10:50, dance experience helpful
  • ENG 1250 C01 Popular Literature, TTH 11-12:15
  • MUS 1010 C02 Music Appreciation, MWF 9:00-9:50
  • THA 1041 CO01 SI: Theater Appreciation, SYN ONL, required Zoom meetings TTH 9:30-10:45
  • THA 2121 C01 Acting I, MWF 11-11:50

Humanistic Perspectives or World Views

Featured Humanistic Perspectives or World Views Course:

  • ANT 3010 C01 Native Societies of America, T 5-7:50

This course examines relations between ecology and social organization in traditional native societies of North America. The first half of this course surveys Native American Societies as a whole and the habitat in which they occurred. The last half is a detailed analysis of Central Artic seal hunters, Northwest coast, fishers, Plains bison hunters, Southwestern Pueblo builders, Mississippi Valley Moundbuilders, and Northeast farmers.

  • FRE 1111 CO01 French I, SYN ONL, required Zoom meetings TTH 5-6:15
  • GEO 3110 C01 Reconstructing Past Landscapes, T 3:30-6:15
  • HIS 1215 CO01 Survey Early U.S. History 1, SYN ONL, required Zoom meetings TTH 5-6:15
  • HIS 2431 CJ01 WI: Early African History-JAN TERM, M,T,W,TH 9:30-12:00 & 1-3:00
  • PHI 1020 C02 & CO03 Medical Ethics, C02 MW 4:30-5:45, CO03 SYN ONL, required Zoom TTH 2-3:15
  • SOC 2560 CO01 Cannabis, Culture & Consciousness, SYN ONL, required Zoom meetings TTH 11-12:15
  • SPA 1011 C01 Spanish I, hybrid, T 2-3:15

Math or Scientific & Mathematical Understanding

Featured Math or Scientific & Mathematical Understanding Course:

  • PHI 1030 C01 Intro to Logic, M 5-7:30

An examination of the principles of good reasoning through a study of deductive logic, inductive logic, and informal fallacies.

  • CIS 2011 C01 Visual Basic Programming, MWF 9-9:50
  • MAT 1221 C01 Finite Math, MWF 8-8:50
  • MAT 1230 C01 College Algebra C01, M 5-7:50
  • MAT 1360 C01 Precalculus with Applications, 4 cr, MWF 10-1:50 & W 9-9:50
  • MUS 1231 C01 Music Theory I, MWF 10-10:50

Social Science or Social & Behavioral Understanding

Featured Social Science or Social & Behavioral Understanding Course:

  • COM 1220 C01 Intro to Media & Communication, TTH 3:30-4:45

This course introduces students to the study of communication processes and media literacy practices. Students will explore print media, audio-visual media and mobile platforms. They will also examine historical and technological developments, and subsequent cultural, political and economic implications of these platforms.

  • AHS 2120 CJ02 Wellness for Life, JAN TERM, M, T, W, TH, F, 9-12:30
  • CRJ 1010 CO01 Intro to Criminal Justice, MW 4-5:15
  • MUS 1080 C01 SI: Global Music, TTH 9:30-10:45
  • POS 1020 C01 American Politics & Government, TTH 9:30-10:45
  • PSY 2265 C01 Child & Adolescent Development, TH 3:30-4:45
  • SOC 2040 C02 Race/Ethnicity/Class & Gender, TTH 3:30-4:45
  • SOC 2560 CO01 Cannabis, Culture, and Consciousness, SYN ONL, required Zoom meetings TTH 11-12:15
  • SWK 1010 C01 Intro to Human Services, M 4:30-7:20