Coming Attractions – Summer 2020

New and improved courses are tentative and subject to change.

ASL 101:  American Sign Language I

Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). Development of expressive and receptive skills including vocabulary, grammar, usage, and cultural information. Note: Distinct from “Signed English”. ASL is a natural language with its own rules of grammar and usage.
Meets U.S. Diversity Requirement

ASL 102:  American Sign Language II

Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) II continues development of expressive and receptive skills introduced in American Sign Language I, including vocabulary, grammar, usage, and cultural information. Distinct from “Signed English”. ASL is a natural language with its own rules of grammar and usage.
Meets U.S. Diversity Requirement

CL ST 273:  Greek and Roman Mythology

Survey of the legends, myths of the classical world with emphasis on the principal gods, and heroes, and their relation to ancient social, psychological, and religious practices; some attention may be given to important modern theories.
Meets International Perspectives Requirement.

LD ST 333:  Women and Leadership

Examination of historical and contemporary barriers to and opportunities for women’s leadership in a variety of contexts, including professions and public service. Theories of women’s leadership, gender differences in leadership styles, and perceptions and expectations about women’s leadership. Multiple perspectives of women’s leadership highlighted through lectures, readings, videos, guest speakers and group work.
Meets U.S. Diversity Requirement

MATH 165:  Calculus I

Differential calculus, applications of the derivative, introduction to integral calculus. Only one of MATH 151 or MATH 160 or the sequence MATH 165-MATH 166 may be counted towards graduation.

MATH 265:  Calculus II

Geometry of space and vectors, multivariable differential calculus, multivariable integral calculus, vector calculus.

THTRE 110:  Theater and Society

An introduction to Theatre focusing on its relationship with society throughout history.

Fall 2020

  • HIST 201:  Introduction to Western Civilization
  • RUS 375: Russia Today: Varied Topics

 

Talk to your Adviser about the possibilities!

Not finding a course that meets your needs or fits your interests in the group below? Check out the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences full online course offering for Summer 2020.