Collegiate Connection

Tues-Thurs Courses

Fall 2016

Note: Classes with an asterisk (*) require a placement test, and classes with the plus (+) symbol have a prerequisite course. Brief course descriptions are available online.

Tuesday and Thursday                                       

8-8:50 a.m.
MUS T115 Sightsinging & Aural Perception I

9-9:50 a.m.
MUS T115 Sightsinging & Aural Perception I

9-10:15 a.m.
ANTH E105 Culture and Society
ANTH P200 Intro to Prehistoric Archaeology
CHM 11600 General Chemistry+
      (required lab, various days and times)
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
COM 21200 Interpersonal Communication
COM 25000 Mass Communication & Society
CS 11400 Intro to Visual Basic*
CSD 18100 1st Course in American Sign Language
DANC 10100 Modern Dance Technique I
ECET 11400 Introduction to Visual Basic
ECON E200 Fundamentals of Economics
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
ET 19000 Statics*
ETCS 10600 Intro to Computers
HIST H105 American History to 1877
HIST H106 American History Since 1877
HSRV 16900 Intro to Wellness & Stress Management
IST 14000 Intro to Visual Basic
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
MA 22900 Calculus for Managerial, Social, Bio I*
MUS L153 Intro to Music Therapy
PHIL 11100 Ethics
PHYS 22000 General Physics*
      (required lab, various days and times)
PPOL H120 Contemporary Health Issues
PSY 12000 Elementary Psychology
PSY 23500 Child Psychology+
REL 11200 Religion and Culture
SOC S161 Principles of Sociology
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*
STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods*

9-11:45 a.m.
FINA N108 Intro to Drawing: Non-Majors
FINA P152 Introduction to 3D Design
VCD P103 Craftsmanship & Assembly
VCD P104 Introduction to Typography

10:30-11:45 a.m.
ANTH E105 Culture and Society
ANTH L200 Language and Culture
ANTH P200 Intro to Prehistoric Archaeology
BUS W100 Principles of Business Administration
CHM 11500 General Chemistry*
      (required lab, various days and times)
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
CS 16000 Intro to Computer Science I*
      (required lab, various days and times)
CSD 11500 Intro to Communicative Disorders
DANC 10200 Ballet I
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
FNN 30300 Essentials of Nutrition
FOLK F230 Music in Social Movements*
HIST H106 American History Since 1877
HSRV 10000 Intro to Human Services
HTM 10000 Intro to Hospitality & Tourism Industry
ITC 11000 Information Technology Fundamentals
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
MA 22900 Calculus for Managerial, Social, Bio I*
MUS L153 Intro to Music Therapy
PHIL 11000 Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 11100 Ethics
PHYS 21000 Nature of Physical Science I
POLS Y103 Intro to American Politics
PPOL J101 American Criminal Justice System
PSY 12000 Elementary Psychology
PSY 35000 Abnormal Psychology+
REL 11200 Religion and Culture
SOC S161 Principles of Sociology
SPAN S275 Hispanic Culture & Conversation*
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*
THTR 13400 Fundamentals of Performance

11-11:50 a.m.
BIOL 21500 Basic Human Anatomy*
      (required lab, various days and times)

12-1:15 p.m.
ANSC 10100 Animal Agriculture
CHM 10400 Living Chemistry*
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
ENG W103 Intro to Creative Writing*
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
ET 10600 Intro to Engineering Technology
FNN 30300 Essentials of Nutrition
FOLK F254 Social History of Rock and Roll*
GER G203 SecondYear German I*
HIST H105 American History to 1877
LING L103 Intro to the Study of Language*
MA 14000 Practical Quantitative Reasoning*
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
MA 15400 Algebra and Trigonometry II*
MA 22900 Calculus for Managerial, Social, Bio I*
MUS L153 Intro to Music Therapy
PHIL 11000 Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 11100 Ethics
PHYS 13500 The First Three Minutes
PPOL H120 Contemporary Health Issues
PPOL V170 Intro to Public Affairs
PSY 12000 Elementary Psychology
SOC S161 Principles of Sociology
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*
STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods*
WOST W210 Intro to Women's & Gender StudiesHonors+

1:30-2:45 p.m.
ANTH B200 Bioanthropology
ANTH E105 Culture and Society
BIOL 20300 Human Anatomy & Physiology*
      (required lab, various days and times)
CHM 10400 Living Chemistry*
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
CS 11400 Intro to Visual Basic*
ECET 11400 Introduction to Visual Basic
ENG W103 Intro to Creative Writing*
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
FINA H101 Art Appreciation
FNN 30300 Essentials of Nutrition
FREN F203 SecondYear French I*
GEOG G107 Physical Systems Environment
HIST H106 American History Since 1877
HSRV 16900 Intro to Wellness & Stress Management
IST 14000 Intro to Visual Basic
JOUR J200 Reporting, Writing & Editing I*
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
MA 15400 Algebra and Trigonometry II*
MA 17500 Intro to Discrete Mathematics*
MA 22900 Calculus for Managerial, Social, Bio I*
MUS Z101 Music for the Listener I
PACS P200 Intro to Peace & Conflict Studies
PHIL 11000 Intro to Philosophy
POLS Y109 Intro to International Relations
PPOL E162 Environment & People
PPOL J101 American Criminal Justice System
PSY 12000 Elementary Psychology
SOC S161 Principles of Sociology
SPAN S203 SecondYear Spanish I*
THTR 13400 Fundamentals of Performance

1:30-4:15 p.m.
VCD P103 Craftsmanship/Assembly

3-4:15 p.m.
AST A100 The Solar System
CHM 10400 Living Chemistry*
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
CSD 11500 Intro to Communicative Disorders
ECON E200 Fundamentals of Economics
ENG L102 Western World Masterpieces I*
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
FOLK F101 Intro to Folklore*
GEOL G121 Meteorites and Planets
HIST H105 American History to 1877
HIST H106 American History Since 1877
IST 16000 Foundation & Role of Information Systems
LING L103 Intro to the Study of Language*
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
MA 17500 Intro to Discrete Mathematics*
PHIL 11100 Ethics
POLS Y101 Intro to Political Science
PPOL H120 Contemporary Health Issues
PSY 23500 Child Psychology+
SPAN S203 SecondYear Spanish I*
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*

4:30-5:20 p.m.
CHM 11100 General Chemistry*
      (required lab, various days and times)

4:30-5:45 p.m.
BIOL 11700 Principles of Ecology & Evolution*
      (required lab, various days and times)
BIOL 20300 Human Anatomy & Physiology*
      (required lab, various days and times)
CLAS C205 Classical Mythology*
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
CS 16100 Intro to Computer Science II+
      (required lab, various days and times)
ECET 11100 Digital Circuits
      (Thurs. lab, 7:309:30 p.m.)
ENG W131 Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I*
HIST H105 American History to 1877
ITC 14500 Electrical Fundamentals
      (Tues. lab, 7:309:30 p.m.)
MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I*
PHIL 12000 Critical Thinking
SOC S161 Principles of Sociology
SPAN S275 Hispanic Culture & Conversation*
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*
STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods*

5:30-7:20 p.m.
FREN F111 Elementary French I*
GER G111 Elementary German I*
MA 22700 Calculus for Technology I*

6-7:15 p.m.
BIOL 10000 Intro to the Biological World
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
CPET 10100 Electrical Circuits*
      (Thurs. lab 7:309:30 p.m.)
ECET 10200 Electrical Circuits I*
      (Thurs. lab, 7:309:30 p.m.)
ETCS 10600 Intro to Computers
FINA H111 History of Art I: Prehistoric to Medieval
MA 22900 Calculus for Managerial, Social, Bio I*
MUS Z101 Music for the Listener I
SPAN S203 SecondYear Spanish I*
STAT 12500 Communicating with Statistics*
STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods*

6-7:50 p.m.
ARET 12300 Digital Graphics Built Environment I
      (Thurs. class meets 68:50 a.m.)
PHYS 15200 Mechanics*
      (required lab, various days and times)
SPAN S111 Elementary Spanish I

6-8:45 p.m.
FINA P121 Drawing Fundamentals I
FINA S239 Painting for NonMajors
VCD P105 Digital Imaging

7:30-8:45 p.m.
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication

Physics Class

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