Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Fall Semester 2017

Engineering Design. EDSGN 100: Introduction to Engineering DesignIntroduction to engineering design processes, methods, and decision making using team design projects; design communication methods including graphical, verbal, and written. (3 credits)
Instructor: Andrew Bloom
Days: T/Th  4:35 pm–7:35 pm (Section 1)

Computer Science. CMPSC 101: Introduction to C++ ProgrammingProperties of algorithms, languages, and notations for describing algorithms; applications of a procedure-oriented language to problem solving. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jeff Chiampi
Days: T/Th  3:05 pm–4:20 pm (Section 1)

Gaming. GAME 251: 2D Game Programming. Introduction to programming 2D games with HTML5 and Javascript. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jeff Chiampi
Days: M/W/F  1:25 pm–2:15 pm (Section 1)         

Criminal Justice. CRIMJ 100: Introduction to Criminal Justice. Overview of the criminal justice system, including legal foundations, processing and correction of offenders, extent and types of crime, victims. (3 credits)
Instructor: Marshall Davis    
Days: T/Th  9:05 am–10:20 am (Section 1)             

Criminal Justice. CRIMJ 13: Juvenile Delinquency. Juvenile conduct, causes of delinquency, current methods of treatment; organization and function of agencies concerned with delinquency. (3 credits)
Instructor: Marshall Davis  
Days: T/Th  10:35 am–11:50 am  (Section 1)              

Gaming. GAME 220: Introduction to Game Design. Design of games as aesthetic objects and cultural artifacts that people find meaningful and entertaining. (3 credits)
Instructor: Frouke de Quillettes     
Days: T/Th  4:35 pm–5:50 pm (Section 1)

Information Sciences and Technology. IST 110: Information, People and Technology. The use, analysis and design of information systems and technologies to organize, coordinate, and inform human enterprises. (3 credits)
Instructor: Frouke de Quillettes 
Days: T/Th  1:35 pm–2:50 pm (Section 1)   

College Algebra. 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: T/Th  9:05 am–10:20 am (Section 1)   

College Algebra. MATH 22: College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry. Relations, functions, graphs; polynomial, rational functions, graphs; word problems; nonlinear inequalities; inverse functions; exponential, logarithmic functions; conic sections; simultaneous equations. (3 credits)
Instructor: Getinet Gawo
Days: M/W/F  1:25 pm–2:15 pm (Section 2)                                     

Astronomy. ASTRO 001: Astronomical Universe. The development of modern understanding of the astronomical universe from planets and stars to galaxies and cosmology. Student who have passed ASTRO 005, ASTRO 006, or ASTRO 010 may not take this course for credit. (3 credits)
Instructor: Violet Mager 
Days: M/W/F  10:10 am–11:00 am (Section 1)   

Rehabilitation and Human Services. RHS 100: Introduction to Disability Culture. Social and cultural contexts of disability on both micro and macro levels will be examined. (3 credits)
Instructor: Melisa Naylor   
Days: M/W/F  2:30 pm–3:20 pm (Section 1)  

Art History. ARTH 111: Ancient to Medieval Art. Survey of Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art, with an emphasis on sculpture and painting. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: T/Th  10:35 am–11:50 am (Section 1)  

Integrative Arts. INART 115: The Popular Arts in America: Popular Music. An examination of the roots, development, and significance of popular music in our culture. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: T/Th  1:35 pm–2:50 pm (Section 1)

Integrative Arts. INART 126: The Popular Arts in America: The History of Rock and Roll—Hip-Hop. An examination of the roots, development, and significance of hip-hop in our culture. (3 credits)
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno
Days: T/Th  9:05 am–10:20 am (Section 1)

Educational Theory and Policy. EDTHP 115A: Competing Rights—Issues in American Education. An examination of educational issues relevant to democratic citizenship; emphasis is on understanding the relationship among politics, schools, and society. (3 credits)
Instructor: Walteen Truely
Days: T/Th  9:05 am–10:20 am (Section 1)