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  • Saturday Courses

    History Requirements

    Europe from Antiquity to 1600: An Expanding World

    HIS 131

    Course Overview: A survey of European history from antiquity to the early modern period, focusing on key political, social, economic, and cultural developments, as well as European interactions with the wider world.

    The Birth of Modernity: Europe 1648 to the Present

    HIS 132

    Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the formation of modern European nation-states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the present, emphasizing the rivalry of European powers, the impact of European expansion, the effect of industrialism and revolution upon Western Society, and the role of the New World.

     

  • Evening Courses¬†

    Foreign Language Requirements 

    Spanish for Heritage Learners

    Basic Spanish for Heritage Learners
    SPA 107 

    Course Overview: Designed for students with little or no prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand some casual spoken Spanish and have a passive knowledge of the language, but do not speak the language themselves. Focus on developing basic speaking, reading, and writing abilities.

    Intermediate Spanish for Heritage Learners
    SPA 207

    Course Overview: Designed for students with some prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand casual spoken Spanish and have some functional communication abilities in the language. Focus on developing basic speaking, reading, and writing abilities.

    Advanced Spanish for Heritage Learners
    SPA 208

    Course Overview: Designed for students with some prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand casual spoken Spanish and have some functional communication abilities in the language. Focus on formal speaking, reading, and writing abilities.


    American Sign Language I & II

    TAL 107

    Course Overview: This course is designed to allow participants to learn about Deaf Culture and be able to sign with sufficient fluency to discuss work, social, and family topics using two to four sentence responses.

    TAL 207, (Intermediate)  

    Course Overview: This course is designed to allow participants to learn about Deaf Culture and be able to sign with sufficient fluency to discuss work, social, and family topics using two to four sentence responses.

    Mathematics Requirements

    Intermediate Algebra
    MTH 099

    Course Overview: Real number operations, polynomials, factoring, rational numbers and rational expressions. Cannot be used to fulfill the 120 credits required for graduation

    Algebra for College Students
    MTH 101

    Course Overview: Algebraic operations and properties of the real numbers; linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; polynomials and factoring; rational expressions; radical expressions; graphs of lines; systems of linear equations.

    Finite Mathematics
    MTH 113

    Course Overview: Sets, logic, counting techniques, elementary probability and statistics, mathematics in finance, linear programming, algebraic structures, symmetry. The selection of topics may vary by instructor. 

    Interdisciplinary Courses 

    Writing the Research Paper
    WRS 333

    Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, online searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings.

     

    Topics in Comparative Literary Studies
    MLL 321

    Course Overview: Comparative and/or interdisciplinary topics in the study of literature. Specific topics vary. See class schedule for details.

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