First-year student scheduling

First-Year Student Class Scheduling

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First-Year Courses

Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
ACCT 110 ACCT FOR SUPERVISORS 1 98                   Provides practical applications of accounting information useful to supervisory level personnel, with limited knowledge of the theoretical foundation. The course content presents a brief overview of financial statements and their components. The course provides an investigation into the use of managerial accounting, including topics such as cost accumulation, product costing, budgets, and evaluation procedures. Important to the supervisors are the influences on them and their subordinates resulting from the creation and use of accounting information.  The course is offered online. Prerequisites: Enrollment in the BASTL Program.
ACCT 110 ACCT FOR SUPERVISORS 1 99                   Provides practical applications of accounting information useful to supervisory level personnel, with limited knowledge of the theoretical foundation. The course content presents a brief overview of financial statements and their components. The course provides an investigation into the use of managerial accounting, including topics such as cost accumulation, product costing, budgets, and evaluation procedures. Important to the supervisors are the influences on them and their subordinates resulting from the creation and use of accounting information.  The course is offered online. Prerequisites: Enrollment in the BASTL Program.
ACCT 221 PRIN ACCOUNTING 1 1 01 Y   Y   Y   09:00 AM 09:50 AM   Presents the accounting cycle for service and merchandising activities of a sole proprietorship; special journals and ledgers, accrued and deferred items, cash, receivables and inventories. General ledger and/or spreadsheet computerized accounting is required. Three hours lecture per week.
ACCT 221 PRIN ACCOUNTING 1 1 02   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM   Presents the accounting cycle for service and merchandising activities of a sole proprietorship; special journals and ledgers, accrued and deferred items, cash, receivables and inventories. General ledger and/or spreadsheet computerized accounting is required. Three hours lecture per week.
ACCT 221 PRIN ACCOUNTING 1 1 03   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM   Presents the accounting cycle for service and merchandising activities of a sole proprietorship; special journals and ledgers, accrued and deferred items, cash, receivables and inventories. General ledger and/or spreadsheet computerized accounting is required. Three hours lecture per week.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
ANTHRO 101 INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY 1 01   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-1 Introduces students to the discipline of General Anthropology. Focuses on the evolution of the human species, the human past as revealed through archaeology, the nature of human language and its relation to culture, and the diversity of cultures that exist in the world today. Open to all students; taught by lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 101 INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY 1 02 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-1 Introduces students to the discipline of General Anthropology. Focuses on the evolution of the human species, the human past as revealed through archaeology, the nature of human language and its relation to culture, and the diversity of cultures that exist in the world today. Open to all students; taught by lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 101 INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY 1 03 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-1 Introduces students to the discipline of General Anthropology. Focuses on the evolution of the human species, the human past as revealed through archaeology, the nature of human language and its relation to culture, and the diversity of cultures that exist in the world today. Open to all students; taught by lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 101 INTRO ANTHROPOLOGY 1 99                 GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-1 Introduces students to the discipline of General Anthropology. Focuses on the evolution of the human species, the human past as revealed through archaeology, the nature of human language and its relation to culture, and the diversity of cultures that exist in the world today. Open to all students; taught by lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 102 ANTHRO & WORLD PROBS 1 99                 GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL6-1 Explores the origins of current global problems and evaluates a variety of cultural solutions to those problems, with the goal of developing a knowledge base and critical thinking skills to engage in reflection, decision-making, and action that leads to responsible global, national, and local citizenship. Open to all students, taught by lecture and discussion, and offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
ANTHRO 200 PRIN CULT ANTHROP 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL6-2 Introduces the discipline of Cultural Anthropology and provides the student with a holistic understanding of human cultural diversity. Variations in human universal practices are presented, including adaptive strategies, subsistence systems, sociopolitical organization, economics, language, art, communication, kinship, family, marriage, gender, rituals, performance, and religion. Open to all students and serves as the foundation course for the anthropology major and minor. Taught by lecture and discussion and offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and two GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
ANTHRO 200 PRIN CULT ANTHROP 1 99                 GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL6-2 Introduces the discipline of Cultural Anthropology and provides the student with a holistic understanding of human cultural diversity. Variations in human universal practices are presented, including adaptive strategies, subsistence systems, sociopolitical organization, economics, language, art, communication, kinship, family, marriage, gender, rituals, performance, and religion. Open to all students and serves as the foundation course for the anthropology major and minor. Taught by lecture and discussion and offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and two GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
ANTHRO 210 PREHIST ARCHAEOLOGY 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-1 Provides a worldwide examination of human prehistory from the origins of our species to the development of early civilizations. Focuses on regional differences and similarities in key evolutionary transitions including the adoption of agriculture and sedentary lifeways, urban origins, and the rise of complex states. Field methods are also discussed. Open to all students and serves as a foundation course for the anthropology major and minor; lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity, one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 220 HUMAN ORIGINS 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-2 Studies the emergence and development of humans, ancient fossil evidence, the biological basis of human culture and society, and the origins of the social units of fossil hominids. A review of non-human primates and their behavior is also addressed. Open to all students. Serves as a foundation course for the anthropology major and minor; lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 220 HUMAN ORIGINS 1 02 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL4-1, GEP-GL5-2 Studies the emergence and development of humans, ancient fossil evidence, the biological basis of human culture and society, and the origins of the social units of fossil hominids. A review of non-human primates and their behavior is also addressed. Open to all students. Serves as a foundation course for the anthropology major and minor; lecture and discussion; offered every semester. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTHRO 230 FOUNDATIONS ANTHRO 1 01   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Prepares students to advance in the major and as professional anthropologists by providing a common foundation in research methods, writing in the discipline, professional ethics, professional development, program requirements, and applications of anthropological knowledge. Offered fall semesters. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
ARABIC 101 ARABIC I 1 01 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM   Seeks to develop novice proficiency with emphasis on intercultural communication in the context of the Arabic world. Language laboratory activities required. Not offered every semester. This course satisfies one additional course requirement from the approved list of communication courses for general education requirements/This course counts as a Group A, Humanities and The Arts General Education Requirements. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
ARABIC 101 ARABIC I 1 02 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM   Seeks to develop novice proficiency with emphasis on intercultural communication in the context of the Arabic world. Language laboratory activities required. Not offered every semester. This course satisfies one additional course requirement from the approved list of communication courses for general education requirements/This course counts as a Group A, Humanities and The Arts General Education Requirements. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
ARTHSTRY 101 INTRO TO ART HIST 1 01   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL4-2, GEP-GL7-1 Examines major works of art and architecture and the cultural forces that shaped them from ancient times to the present, from a global perspective. This course will enhance students' understanding of cultural diversity through art appreciation. This course is appropriate for those seeking enrichment. The format is primarily lecture. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and one GEP toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education.  Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ARTHSTRY 101 INTRO TO ART HIST 1 02   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL4-2, GEP-GL7-1 Examines major works of art and architecture and the cultural forces that shaped them from ancient times to the present, from a global perspective. This course will enhance students' understanding of cultural diversity through art appreciation. This course is appropriate for those seeking enrichment. The format is primarily lecture. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and one GEP toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education.  Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
ARTHSTRY 235 ANC & MEDIEVAL ART 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL4-2, GEP-GL7-1 Surveys the history of the visual arts in Europe and the Mediterranean basin from the Paleolithic period to the Late Middle Ages. The course focuses on the connections between the development of artistic canons and humanistic and religious values from a global perspective. Lecture/discussion. Open to majors and non-majors. Typically offered in the fall semester. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity and one GEP toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
ARTSTDIO 111 INTRO DRAWING 1 01 Y   Y       09:00 AM 11:30 AM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL7-2 Examines the fundamentals of drawing and visual communication in general. Students learn and practice perceptual strategies, develop sensitivity to basic drawing materials, and become familiar with varied expressive methods of drawing via analysis of images from historical and contemporary art precedents, including non-Western traditions. Studio sessions include extended work with drawing materials, individual instruction and group critique, demonstrations, and lecture. Introductory Drawing serves as a foundation requirement for Art Studio majors, and as an introduction to creative work and visual argument for non-majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education. This course meets five hours per week. Prerequisites: None.
ARTSTDIO 111 INTRO DRAWING 1 02   Y   Y     01:00 PM 03:30 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL7-2 Examines the fundamentals of drawing and visual communication in general. Students learn and practice perceptual strategies, develop sensitivity to basic drawing materials, and become familiar with varied expressive methods of drawing via analysis of images from historical and contemporary art precedents, including non-Western traditions. Studio sessions include extended work with drawing materials, individual instruction and group critique, demonstrations, and lecture. Introductory Drawing serves as a foundation requirement for Art Studio majors, and as an introduction to creative work and visual argument for non-majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education. This course meets five hours per week. Prerequisites: None.
ARTSTDIO 111 INTRO DRAWING 1 03 Y   Y       01:00 PM 03:30 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL7-2 Examines the fundamentals of drawing and visual communication in general. Students learn and practice perceptual strategies, develop sensitivity to basic drawing materials, and become familiar with varied expressive methods of drawing via analysis of images from historical and contemporary art precedents, including non-Western traditions. Studio sessions include extended work with drawing materials, individual instruction and group critique, demonstrations, and lecture. Introductory Drawing serves as a foundation requirement for Art Studio majors, and as an introduction to creative work and visual argument for non-majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education. This course meets five hours per week. Prerequisites: None.
ARTSTDIO 153 ARTSTDIO FOUNDATIONS 1 01 Y   Y       06:30 PM 09:00 PM   Introduces visual communication, the elements and principles of design, and safe art studio practices through exploration of varied 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional and time-based media. Artistic expression and varied critical strategies are studied in contemporary and historical contexts including nonwestern contexts. Sessions include extended work with materials, individualized instruction, critique, demonstrations, and lecture. This course meets 5 hours per week. Homework assignments require 4-5 hours each week outside of class. Students are responsible for purchasing some materials for projects. Prerequisites: None.
ARTSTDIO 153 ARTSTDIO FOUNDATIONS 1 02 Y   Y       09:00 AM 11:30 AM   Introduces visual communication, the elements and principles of design, and safe art studio practices through exploration of varied 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional and time-based media. Artistic expression and varied critical strategies are studied in contemporary and historical contexts including nonwestern contexts. Sessions include extended work with materials, individualized instruction, critique, demonstrations, and lecture. This course meets 5 hours per week. Homework assignments require 4-5 hours each week outside of class. Students are responsible for purchasing some materials for projects. Prerequisites: None.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
BIOLOGY 100 CELLS GENE MOLECULE 1 01 Y   Y   Y   09:00 AM 09:50 AM GEP-GL5-3 Presents basic concepts and unifying themes of biological science from the cellular, genetic and molecular levels. Discusses how biological data and ideas affect our lives. Not applicable to majors in biology or health sciences. Prerequisites: None.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week.  May be offered online or on campus.
BIOLOGY 101 HUMAN BIOLOGY 1 1 Y   Y       03:00 PM 04:15 PM GEP-GL5-3 Presents basic concepts and unifying themes of biology relating to humans. This course introduces non-majors to the scientific method, hierarchical organization of the human body, interrelationships between humans and the environment, organ systems, and human health-related issues. Not applicable to majors in biology or health sciences. Prerequisites: None.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Also offered online.
BIOLOGY 102 ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL5-3 Presents basic concepts and unifying themes in ecological and evolutionary biology. Scientific and social applications of ecological and evolutionary theory will be stressed. Not applicable to majors in biology or health sciences. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: None.
BIOLOGY 103 BIODIVERSITY CONSERV 1 01 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL5-2 Presents scientific and societal I perspectives of the current global mass extinction and loss of biodiversity. Also, this course introduces the field of conservation biology, a discipline dedicated to conserving all levels of biodiversity for both human and non-human benefit. This course will explore patterns of past and current biodiversity, processes that produce biodiversity and the processes that lead to natural and anthropogenic extinction events. This course is a general education course open to all students and earns two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisite: none. Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. Not offered every semester.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01A Y           02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01B Y           06:00 PM 08:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01C   Y         09:30 AM 12:20 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01D   Y         02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01E   Y         06:00 PM 08:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01F     Y       02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01G     Y       06:00 PM 08:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01H       Y     09:30 AM 12:20 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01I       Y     02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 114 CONCEPTS BIOLOGY 1 1 01J       Y     06:00 PM 08:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Provides a framework of key biological concepts and unifying themes. Topics include the nature and process of science, the unity and diversity of living things, the chemical basis of life, cell structure and function, principles of inheritance and animal form and function. Laboratory work emphasizes application of biological principles, experimental design, observation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture/three hours laboratory per week.
BIOLOGY 205 INTRO TO NUTRITION 1 01 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM GEP-GL9-2 Provides a foundation of facts, concepts, and theories in the science of nutrition for all students, regardless of academic major. The nutritional information presented can be applied to personal lives and incorporated into the career of students. Examples include nutritional requirements to assure optimal health and physical performance throughout life and analyzing nutrition information in the media or the marketplace. Three hours of lecture per week. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 9 Healthy Living in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisites: None.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 02 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 03 Y   Y       04:30 PM 05:45 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 04   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 05   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 06   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 07   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 08   Y         06:30 PM 09:30 PM GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
BUSED 101 INTRO TO BUSINESS 1 99                 GEP-GL6-3 Studies business and its environment, organization, operation, and the interrelationships with government and society. Business majors develop a broad base for further study in a specific area in business, while other majors will become familiar with the American enterprise system and issues facing business in today's global environment. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
CHEM 100 CHEM & THE CITIZEN 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL5-3 Introduces chemistry principles and the relevance of chemistry to the non-scientist. Themes for the course vary by instructor. Example themes include: chemistry and the environment, chemistry of food, and chemistry in human health. Although no previous experience with chemistry is required, students may be expected to do arithmetic and/or simple algebra. This course does not serve as a prerequisite for other chemistry courses and is not intended for science majors. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisites: None. Three hours of class per week.
CHEM 100 CHEM & THE CITIZEN 1 02   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL5-3 Introduces chemistry principles and the relevance of chemistry to the non-scientist. Themes for the course vary by instructor. Example themes include: chemistry and the environment, chemistry of food, and chemistry in human health. Although no previous experience with chemistry is required, students may be expected to do arithmetic and/or simple algebra. This course does not serve as a prerequisite for other chemistry courses and is not intended for science majors. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisites: None. Three hours of class per week.
CHEM 101 INTRO CHEMISTRY 1 01   Y   Y     08:00 AM 09:15 AM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-2 Presents an introduction to chemistry for students with little or no previous chemical background. Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students for general education and allied health emphasis including nursing. This course is not intended to be a beginning course for science majors. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three Hours Lecture Per week.
CHEM 101 INTRO CHEMISTRY 1 02   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-2 Presents an introduction to chemistry for students with little or no previous chemical background. Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students for general education and allied health emphasis including nursing. This course is not intended to be a beginning course for science majors. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three Hours Lecture Per week.
CHEM 101 INTRO CHEMISTRY 1 03   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-2 Presents an introduction to chemistry for students with little or no previous chemical background. Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students for general education and allied health emphasis including nursing. This course is not intended to be a beginning course for science majors. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and two GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Three Hours Lecture Per week.
CHEM 105 INTRO FORENSIC SCI 1 01 Y           11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL5-3 Uses a case-oriented approach to explore selected topics of forensic science. These include: (1) the scientific and technological foundation for the examination of physical, chemical, and biological items of evidence, and (2) the scope of expert qualifications and testimony, the legal status of scientific techniques, and the admissibility of the results in evidence. This course is designed for students with an interest in forensic science. The course meets for one hour of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None.
CHEM 105 INTRO FORENSIC SCI 1 01A Y           03:00 PM 05:50 PM GEP-GL5-3 Uses a case-oriented approach to explore selected topics of forensic science. These include: (1) the scientific and technological foundation for the examination of physical, chemical, and biological items of evidence, and (2) the scope of expert qualifications and testimony, the legal status of scientific techniques, and the admissibility of the results in evidence. This course is designed for students with an interest in forensic science. The course meets for one hour of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites: None.
CHEM 114 QUANT FOUND CHEM 1 01 Y   Y   Y   08:00 AM 08:50 AM   Presents a review of mathematics applications in chemistry, including dimensional analysis, algebra, and proportional thinking.  Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students identified as not prepared to successfully complete CHEM 115 - Chemistry for the Sciences 1.  Three hours lecture per week.  This course serves as a prerequisite to CHEM 115.  This course is not open to students who have earned a C or better in CHEM 115.  Prerequisites:  None.
CHEM 114 QUANT FOUND CHEM 1 02 Y   Y   Y   09:00 AM 09:50 AM   Presents a review of mathematics applications in chemistry, including dimensional analysis, algebra, and proportional thinking.  Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students identified as not prepared to successfully complete CHEM 115 - Chemistry for the Sciences 1.  Three hours lecture per week.  This course serves as a prerequisite to CHEM 115.  This course is not open to students who have earned a C or better in CHEM 115.  Prerequisites:  None.
CHEM 114 QUANT FOUND CHEM 1 03 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM   Presents a review of mathematics applications in chemistry, including dimensional analysis, algebra, and proportional thinking.  Develops the principles of chemistry from the ground level with an approach to meet the needs of students identified as not prepared to successfully complete CHEM 115 - Chemistry for the Sciences 1.  Three hours lecture per week.  This course serves as a prerequisite to CHEM 115.  This course is not open to students who have earned a C or better in CHEM 115.  Prerequisites:  None.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 01A Y           09:30 AM 12:20 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 01B Y           02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 01C Y           05:30 PM 08:20 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 02 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 02A     Y       02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 02B     Y       05:30 PM 08:20 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
CHEM 115 CHEM FOR SCIENCES 1 1 02C       Y     02:00 PM 04:50 PM GEP-GL3-1, GEP-GL5-3 Introduces and develops qualitative and quantitative concepts in chemistry essential for further study in chemistry and application to other science disciplines. Topics include the elements' atomic and periodic properties, chemical compound types and properties, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, molecular geometry determination and relation to properties, physical properties of states of matter, qualitative acid-base behavior, and inter-particle forces. Three hours per week class plus three hours per week laboratory. First course in chemistry for all physical and biological science majors. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning and three GEPs toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education. Prerequisites:  ALEKS score of 61 or MATH 109 or MATH 116.  High school chemistry highly recommended.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
CHINESE 101 CHINESE I 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM   Basic elements of Mandarin Chinese, with emphasis on spoken language, tonal system, and basic writing. Introduces the Chinese culture. This course satisfies one additional course requirement from the approved list of communication courses for general education requirements/This course counts as a Group A, Humanities and The Arts General Education Requirements. Three hours lecture per week. Requires practice sessions in language lab. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats.
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CLE 101 LEADERSHIP CERT 1 01                 GEP-GL10-1 Offers an intensive series of educational leadership-based workshops, lectures, service projects, conferences, and integrative learning opportunities. The mission of the Center for Leadership & Engagement is to facilitate and provide intentional opportunities by supporting and providing resources for student growth, development, involvement and learning through leadership education, engagement, and service. By participating in the Leadership Certification program, students will gain knowledge of core leadership skill sets, enhance their co-curricular learning experiences and build meaningful and sustainable relationships to positively impact a diverse campus community and beyond. As such, students will become aware of and engage in student leadership practices that foster and sustain a culture of organizational effectiveness, community engagement, and social justice. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisites: Must submit Leadership Certification Application in the Center for Leadership & Engagement and meet with a staff member to review the program. This is open to all students with permission granted from the Center for Leadership & Engagement.
CLE 111 VAR ATHL R3 31                 GEP-GL9-1 Provides the opportunity for students to participate fully as a member of one (or more) of the Bloomsburg University varsity athletics teams. Develops overall fitness, communication skills on- and off-the-field, teamwork strategies, and knowledge of healthy living for life. Grading basis is pass/fail, and CLE is repeatable. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 9 Healthy Living in general education. Prerequisites: None.
CLE 150 PEER EDUCATOR R3 39                   Training is designed for students working as peer educators in various academic support programs at Bloomsburg University. It introduces students to the roles and responsibilities of peer educators in a college setting. It will overview effective strategies for peer educators including fostering independence, stimulating active learning and critical thinking, and assessing student learning. Topics related to understanding ourselves and others as learners, building confidence, and working in a diverse environment will also be highlighted. Topics are designed for peer educators to achieve Level 1 tutor certification. In order for students to successfully earn the CLE and certification, they will have to complete the training program and complete 25 hours of student interaction. Prerequisites: None.
CLE 211 FIRST RESPONDER 1 99                 GEP-GL10-1 Explores the benefit to the community and to the student of being an active first responder in their community.  Examples of first responders for which this course may be appropriate are firefighter, fire police, police, constable, emergency medical technician, National Guard service members and so forth.  This co-curricular learning experience requires at least 40 hours of service calls, including time in documentation.  This co-curricular learning experience is repeatable.  Prerequisite:  Active service as a first responder and permission of instructor.
CLE 244 MVETS - UNIQUE EXP. R3 39                 GEP-GL4-2 Explores experiences with cultures other than the student's own and the impact those experiences had on growth and development regarding cultural competence. Students will critically think about the differences and similarities to cultures outside of their own and how exposure to other cultures has helped them to be more aware of diversity and informed about global issues and differences. Students will explore their cultural assumptions and cultural self-awareness, and will demonstrate how better understanding other cultures has helped them to grow. This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity in general education.  Prerequisites: Open to military students (to include military dependents) who have had extended exposure to cultures different from their own (typically in the fashion of a deployment overseas or mobilization which resulted in foreign interactions) and permission from the Supervisor of the Office of Military and Veterans Resources.
MUSIC 107 UNIV COMM ORCHESTRA 1 01 Y           06:30 PM 09:30 PM   Performs music appropriate to the symphony orchestra. Requires 3 hours per week. Rehearses Monday evenings. Election for wind and percussion players requires permission of the instructor. Prerequisites: By audition only.
MUSIC 107 UNIV COMM ORCHESTRA 1 02 Y           06:30 PM 09:30 PM   Performs music appropriate to the symphony orchestra. Requires 3 hours per week. Rehearses Monday evenings. Election for wind and percussion players requires permission of the instructor. Prerequisites: By audition only.
MUSIC 108 CONCERT CHOIR 1 01   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM   Performs choral music of varied styles and periods. Membership by audition only. Requires 4 hours per week.
MUSIC 108 CONCERT CHOIR 1 02   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM   Performs choral music of varied styles and periods. Membership by audition only. Requires 4 hours per week.
MUSIC 109 WOMENS CHORAL 1 01   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Performs varied styles from popular to masterworks. Requires 3 hours per week. No audition required.
MUSIC 109 WOMENS CHORAL 1 02   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Performs varied styles from popular to masterworks. Requires 3 hours per week. No audition required.
MUSIC 110 HUSKY SINGERS 1 01   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM   Performs varied music for men's chorus. Requires 2 hours per week. No audition required.
MUSIC 110 HUSKY SINGERS 1 02   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM   Performs varied music for men's chorus. Requires 2 hours per week. No audition required.
MUSIC 112 JAZZ ENSEMBLE 1 01   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Performs jazz, swing and other forms representing the big band style. Requires 3 hours per week. Election requires permission of the instructor. Audition may be necessary.
MUSIC 112 JAZZ ENSEMBLE 1 02   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Performs jazz, swing and other forms representing the big band style. Requires 3 hours per week. Election requires permission of the instructor. Audition may be necessary.
Subject Catalog # Course Title Session Section Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Mtg Start Mtg End GEP's Catalog Description
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 01 Y   Y   Y   09:00 AM 09:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 02 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 03 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 04 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 05 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 06 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 07   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 08   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 09 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 10   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 11   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 12 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 13 Y   Y       03:00 PM 04:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 14 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 15   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 16 Y   Y       04:30 PM 05:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 17 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 19   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 103 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 99   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the verbal, nonverbal, and organizational skills necessary for giving effective public presentations. Students will learn the theory and principles of effective public speaking and practice these principles by performing and analyzing speeches. Students will complete at least three major speaking assignments.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 01 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 02 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 03 Y   Y   Y   10:00 AM 10:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 04 Y   Y   Y   11:00 AM 11:50 AM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 05 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 06 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 07 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 08 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 09 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 10 Y   Y       03:00 PM 04:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 11   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 12   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 13   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 91                 GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 104 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 1 99                 GEP-GL1-3 Introduces students to the process of interpersonal communication. Students will explore the role of conversations and relationships to enhance their participation in daily interactions and their critical awareness of the process.  Topics will includes the interconnections between identity and communication, language, nonverbal communication, listening, and communication dynamics within relationships. This skills-based course typically includes lecture, discussion, and in-class or distance education.  The course is open to all students.. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 1 Communication in general education. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: None.
COMMSTUD 106 SM GROUP COMM 1 01 Y   Y   Y   12:00 PM 12:50 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL3-1 Examines communication principles and practices for successfully leading and participating in small groups. Particular emphasis is placed on communication skills involved in navigating group relationships and group decision making processes. This course is open to all students.  This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication, one GEP toward Goal 3 Analytical and Quantitative Skills and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 106 SM GROUP COMM 1 02 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL3-1 Examines communication principles and practices for successfully leading and participating in small groups. Particular emphasis is placed on communication skills involved in navigating group relationships and group decision making processes. This course is open to all students.  This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication, one GEP toward Goal 3 Analytical and Quantitative Skills and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 106 SM GROUP COMM 1 03 Y   Y   Y   02:00 PM 02:50 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL3-1 Examines communication principles and practices for successfully leading and participating in small groups. Particular emphasis is placed on communication skills involved in navigating group relationships and group decision making processes. This course is open to all students.  This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication, one GEP toward Goal 3 Analytical and Quantitative Skills and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 106 SM GROUP COMM 1 04   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL10-1, GEP-GL3-1 Examines communication principles and practices for successfully leading and participating in small groups. Particular emphasis is placed on communication skills involved in navigating group relationships and group decision making processes. This course is open to all students.  This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication, one GEP toward Goal 3 Analytical and Quantitative Skills and one GEP toward Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 220 INTERCULTURAL COMMUN 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL4-2 Explores communication in cultural contexts. Students will be exposed to general principles for communication across cultures, both international and domestic, with the goal of becoming competent communicators. In addition to dealing with "international" contacts such as exchange programs and orientation to travel abroad, and/or study abroad, the course will explore "co-cultural" variations--that is, similarities and differences of individuals within the United States, and cultural differences and similarities transnationally in race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and condition of disability. This course is open to all students and is offered at least once per year. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 220 INTERCULTURAL COMMUN 1 02   Y   Y     11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL4-2 Explores communication in cultural contexts. Students will be exposed to general principles for communication across cultures, both international and domestic, with the goal of becoming competent communicators. In addition to dealing with "international" contacts such as exchange programs and orientation to travel abroad, and/or study abroad, the course will explore "co-cultural" variations--that is, similarities and differences of individuals within the United States, and cultural differences and similarities transnationally in race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and condition of disability. This course is open to all students and is offered at least once per year. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMMSTUD 220 INTERCULTURAL COMMUN 1 03   Y   Y     03:30 PM 04:45 PM GEP-GL1-1, GEP-GL4-2 Explores communication in cultural contexts. Students will be exposed to general principles for communication across cultures, both international and domestic, with the goal of becoming competent communicators. In addition to dealing with "international" contacts such as exchange programs and orientation to travel abroad, and/or study abroad, the course will explore "co-cultural" variations--that is, similarities and differences of individuals within the United States, and cultural differences and similarities transnationally in race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and condition of disability. This course is open to all students and is offered at least once per year. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 1 Communication and two GEPs toward Goal 4 Cultures and Diversity in general education. Prerequisite: None. Three hours lecture per week.
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CSD 152 INTRO TO COMM DIS 1 01   Y   Y     09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL5-1, GEP-GL6-2 Provides an overview of human communication and swallowing processes. An introduction to speech, language, hearing, communication and swallowing disorders is provided. The professions of communication disorders and the roles of speech language pathologists, audiologists and educators are discussed. This course earns one GEP toward Goal 5 Natural Sciences and two GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. Three hours lecture per week. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats. Prerequisite: None.
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COMPSCI 115 PYTHON PROGRAMMING 1 01   Y   Y     12:30 PM 01:45 PM   Introduces the Python programming language. Students will use Python to perform numerical and text-oriented calculations, write data-manipulation programs, and script computer operations. Hands-on activities include writing and running console-mode programs, inspecting data files, and graphing of data. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMPSCI 115 PYTHON PROGRAMMING 1 03   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM   Introduces the Python programming language. Students will use Python to perform numerical and text-oriented calculations, write data-manipulation programs, and script computer operations. Hands-on activities include writing and running console-mode programs, inspecting data files, and graphing of data. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMPSCI 115 PYTHON PROGRAMMING 1 04 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM   Introduces the Python programming language. Students will use Python to perform numerical and text-oriented calculations, write data-manipulation programs, and script computer operations. Hands-on activities include writing and running console-mode programs, inspecting data files, and graphing of data. Prerequisites: None. Three hours lecture per week.
COMPSCI 121 OBJ-ORIEN PROG JAVA 1 01 Y   Y       09:00 AM 10:50 AM   This course introduces students to object-oriented programming ideas and techniques using the Java programming language. Topics include: classes, objects, fundamental data types, control structures, class design, testing, debugging, and Java documentation. Students develop moderate length programs following the design guidelines presented in the course. Four hours of lecture per week.
COMPSCI 121 OBJ-ORIEN PROG JAVA 1 02 Y   Y       01:00 PM 02:50 PM   This course introduces students to object-oriented programming ideas and techniques using the Java programming language. Topics include: classes, objects, fundamental data types, control structures, class design, testing, debugging, and Java documentation. Students develop moderate length programs following the design guidelines presented in the course. Four hours of lecture per week.
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CRIMJUST 101 INTRO CRIMINAL JUST 1 01 Y   Y   Y   01:00 PM 01:50 PM GEP-GL6-3 Examines crime and the criminal justice system from a social science perspective: how the system operates in theory and practice, successful and failed criminal justice policy, and constraints faced by law enforcement agencies, courts and correctional facilities. Required of all criminal justice majors and minors. Multiple sections are offered each fall and spring semester. There are three hours of lecture per week. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 6 Social Sciences in general education. No prerequisites. Open to all students.
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DANCE 111 DANCE HISTORY 1 01   Y   Y     02:00 PM 03:15 PM GEP-GL7-3 Explorers discover dance practices from both historic and contemporary times while spanning the international dance globe.  This lecture-based course examines the work of multiple communities, artists, and companies that forever changed the world.  Students will gain an awareness of how various cultures have added to the development of dance and life as we know it today, while also gaining tools for how to view and discuss varied dance forms and behind-the-scenes jobs.  Explorations will include learning some fun basic dance steps, and selecting group presentation topics of interest, creating a broader context for the discussion and appreciation of the overall form.  Open to students of all majors; required of Dance minors.  This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 7 Arts and Humanities in general education. Prerequisites: None.
DANCE 117 BEG JAZZ/BALLET 1 01 Y   Y       09:30 AM 10:45 AM GEP-GL9-2 Welcomes new movers to explore the fundamentals of jazz and ballet dance from an artistic, physically active and historical approach.  Students will gain an appreciation for the historical figures, movement techniques, and terminology associated with each style, while actively experiencing the broad range of physical attributes while performing each unique form.  Students will gain creative tools transferable to all career paths, in addition to developing life-long practices for healthy living.  Open to students in all majors.  This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 9 Healthy Living in general education.  Prerequisites: None.
DANCE 117 BEG JAZZ/BALLET 1 02 Y   Y       11:00 AM 12:15 PM GEP-GL9-2 Welcomes new movers to explore the fundamentals of jazz and ballet dance from an artistic, physically active and historical approach.  Students will gain an appreciation for the historical figures, movement techniques, and terminology associated with each style, while actively experiencing the broad range of physical attributes while performing each unique form.  Students will gain creative tools transferable to all career paths, in addition to developing life-long practices for healthy living.  Open to students in all majors.  This course earns two GEPs toward Goal 9 Healthy Living in general education.  Prerequisites: None.<