Saturday | Evening Classes

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Saturday Courses


FALL 2018

Introduction to Intercultural Communication

COS 343, Section 91
Term: Fall
Days/Times: Saturday, 11:15am - 1:30pm
Room: Wolfson 4026
Professor: Valerie Giroux
Course Overview: Introduction to communication among people from diverse cultures. Application of communication theory to intercultural sensitivity and cultural diversity is emphasized.

Development of Western Civilization, I

HIS 131, Section 91
Term: Fall  
Days/Times: Saturday, 11:05am - 1:30pm 
Room: Dooly Memorial 119
Professor: Dr. Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the emergence of the earliest civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt to the formation of modern European nation-states in the sixteenth centuries, emphasizing the ideas, values, events, and institutions that have influenced the present. 


Evening Courses 


FALL 2018

Basic Spanish for Heritage Learners

SPA 107, Section K
Term: Fall
Days/Times: Mon & Wed, 6:25pm - 7:40pm
Room: Dooly Memorial 115
Professor: Maidelin Rodriguez
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.

Interdisciplinary Courses


FALL 2018

Argumentation and Critical Thinking

COS 377, Section 2U
Days/Times: Tuesday, 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Room: Wolfson 3036
Professor: David Steinberg
Course Overview: Argumentation theory and practice are discussed. Rhetorical and philosophical foundations of argumentation and their application in various settings including academic debate are also covered.

Writing the Research Paper

ENG 333, Section K1 (In-Person)
Days/Times: Mon & Wed, 6:25pm - 7:40pm
Room: Dooly Memorial 204
Professor: Milagros Stewart
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.

The Constitution

POL 313, Section JK
Days/Times: Wednesday, 5:00pm - 7:40pm
Room: Allen Hall 104
Professor: Joseph Uscinski
Course Overview: This course examines the U.S. Constitution from a political and historical perspective. This is a writing intensive course.