Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Spring 2018

Art History. RT H 112: Renaissance to Modern Art. Survey of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Modern, and Contemporary art, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and graphic arts. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: M/W/F 2:30 pm – 3:20 pm (Section 1)

Communication Arts and Sciences. CAS 100A: Effective SpeechPrinciples of communication, implemented through presentation of speeches, with some attention to group discussion and message evaluation. (3 credits)
Instructor: William Bachman
Days: M/W/F 10:10 am – 11:00 am (Section 1)
Days: M/W/F 11:15 am – 12:05 pm (Section 2)

Comparative Literature. CMLIT 130: Banned Books: International and Comparative Perspectives. The world of banned books, their history and their politics, studied comparatively and internationally. (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Lynda Goldstein
Days: T/Th 3:05 pm – 4:20 pm (Section 1)

Comparative Literature. CMLIT 153: International Cultures: Film and Literature. Comparison of narrative techniques employed by literature and film in portraying different cultures, topics may vary each semester. (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Lynda Goldstein
Days: T/Th 3:05 pm – 4:20 pm (Section 1)

Criminal Justice. CRIMJ 012: Criminology. Explanations and measurement of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent, property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes. (3 credits)
Instructor: Marshall Davis
Days: T/Th 9:05 am – 10:20 am (Section 1)

Forensic Science. FRNSC 100: Introduction to Forensic Science. (3credits)
Instructor: Robert Jolley
Days: T/Th 3:05 pm – 4:20 pm (Section 1)

Integrative Arts. INART 1: The Arts. Develop critical perception, knowledge, and judgments through an examination of the basic concepts common among the arts. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: M/W/F 10:10 am – 11:00 am (Section 1)

Integrative Arts. INART 115: The Popular Arts in America: Popular Music. Examines the roots, development, and significance of popular music in our culture. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: M/W/F 11:15 am – 12:05 pm  (Section 1)

Mathematics. MATH 21: College Algebra I. Quadratic equations; equations in quadratic form; word problems; graphing; algebraic fractions; negative and rational exponents; radicals. (3 credits)
Instructor: Getinet Gawo
Days: M/W/F 10:10 am – 11:00 am  (Section 1)

Photography. PHOTO 100: Introduction to Photography. An introduction to the aesthetics, history, and science of photography including practical and critical approaches to the art of photography. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: M/W/F 1:25 pm – 2:15 pm (Section 1)

Psychology. PSYCH 212: Introduction to Developmental Psychology. Developmental principles; physical growth; linguistic, intellectual, emotional, and social development from infancy to maturity. (3 credits)
Instructor: Melisa Naylor
Days: M/W/F 11:15 am – 12:05 pm (Section 1)

Sociology. SOC 3: Introductory Social Psychology. The impact of the social environment on perception, attitudes, and behavior. (3 credits)
Instructor: Melisa Naylor
Days: M/W/F 1:25 pm – 2:15 pm (Section 1)

Sociology. SOC 12: Criminology. Explanations and measurement of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent, property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes. (3 credits)
Instructor: Marshall Davis
Days: T/Th  9:05 am – 10:20 am  (Section 1)

Sociology. SOC 119: Race and Ethnic Relations. The impact of inequality and discrimination on individual and group identity among various racial and ethnic groups. (3 credits)
Instructor: Walteen Truely  
Days: T/Th 10:35 am – 11:50 am (Section 1)