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Aesthetics

2009-2010 Aesthetics

  • Course(s) As Determined By The Department


2010-2011 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 203- Painting: Water-Based Media
  • ART 210- Introduction To Art Therapy
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ART 302- Contemporary Art History
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2011-2012 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 203- Painting: Water-Based Media
  • ART 210- Introduction To Art Therapy
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ART 302- Contemporary Art History
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2012-2013 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 203- Painting: Water-Based Media
  • ART 210- Introduction To Art Therapy
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ART 302- Contemporary Art History
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2013-2014 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II
  • ENG 245- Special Topics — Ecological Literature (Fall 2013)

2014-2015 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2015-2016 Aesthetics

  • ART 101- Art Appreciation
  • ART 102- 2-D Design
  • ART 111- Drawing I
  • ART 211- World Art History I
  • ART 212- World Art History II
  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2016-2017 Aesthetics

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II
  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

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English

2009-2010 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours): 

  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2010-2011 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2011-2012 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2012-2013 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2013-2014 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II
  • ENG 245- Special Topics - Ecological Literature (Fall 2013)

2014-2015 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2015-2016 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

2016-2017 English
(A) Composition (6 Hours):

  • ENG 111 & 112- English Composition I And II
  • Equivalency Examination

(B) Literature (3 Hours):

  • ENG 211- Introduction To Literature I
  • ENG 212- Introduction To Literature II
  • ENG 221- Survey Of British Literature I
  • ENG 222- Survey Of British Literature II

Note: Honors program students may fulfill the English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 (student must still meet the total number of credits per their degree)

  • ENG 231- Honors Survey Of World Literature I
  • ENG 232- Honors Survey Of World Literature II

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Mathematics

2009-2010 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I

2010-2011 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I

2011-2012 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

2012-2013 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

2013-2014 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

2014-2015 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 107 & 110- (Functions & Trigonometry) Combination
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

2015-2016 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 107 & 110- (Functions & Trigonometry) Combination
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

2016-2017 Mathematics

  • MATH 105- Finite Math
  • MATH 107 & 110- (Functions & Trigonometry) Combination
  • MATH 117- Precalculus
  • MATH 129- Functions And Engineering Calculus I
  • MATH 131- Calculus I
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics

Not permitted: ALG 115, 120 or MATH 103

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Moral Values

2009-2010 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 321- Science And Human Values
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 384- Special Topics: Honors Technology & Human Values (Spring 2010)

2010-2011 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 321- Science And Human Values
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 385- Special Topics: Honors Environ Ethics (Fall 2010)
  • PHIL 394- Special Topics: Honors Phil And Film (Fall 2010)

2011-2012 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory

2012-2013 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 385- Special Topics Honors: Environ Ethics (Fall 2012)

2013-2014 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 280- Honors Women in Theory (Spring 2014)
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 380- Honors Women in Theory (Spring 2014)
  • PHIL 384 – Special Topics: Honors Technology and Human Values (Fall 2013)

2014-2015 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory

2015-2016 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory

2016-2017 Moral Values

  • PHIL 219- Social And Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 220- Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 223- Business Ethics
  • PHIL 224- Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 234- Honors Theories Of Human Nature
  • PHIL 322- Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 324- Technology And Human Values
  • PHIL 325- Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 340- Ethical Theory

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Natural and Physical Science

2009-2010 Natural And Physical Science

  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles Of Chemistry I And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 118 & 118L- Fundamentals Of Physical Science And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 196 & 196L- Special Tps: Honors Forensic Anthropolgy/Lab (Spring 2010)
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab

2010-2011 Natural And Physical Science

  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles Of Chemistry I And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 118 & 118L- Fundamentals Of Physical Science And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab
  • 2011-2012 Natural And Physical Science
  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles Of Chemistry I And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 118 & 118L- Fundamentals Of Physical Science And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab

2012-2013 Natural And Physical Science

  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction AndLab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles Of Chemistry I And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 118 & 118L- Fundamentals Of Physical Science And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab


2013-2014 Natural And Physical Science

  • ANTH 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • ANTH 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 105 & 105L- Chemistry of Cooking And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles of Chemistry And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab


2014-2015 Natural And Physical Science

  • ANTH 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • ANTH 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 105 & 105L- Chemistry of Cooking And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles of Chemistry And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab

2015-2016 Natural And Physical Science

  • ANTH 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • ANTH 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 105 & 105L- Chemistry of Cooking And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles of Chemistry And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab

2016-2017 Natural And Physical Science

  • ANTH 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • ANTH 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • BIOL 103 & 103L- Biology Of Addiction And Lab
  • BIOL 107 & 107L- Environmental Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 109 & 109L- Human Biology And Lab
  • BIOL 111 & 111L- Principles Of Biology I And Lab
  • CHEM 105 & 105L- Chemistry of Cooking And Lab
  • CHEM 113 & 113L- Principles of Chemistry And Lab
  • CHEM 115 & 115L- General Chemistry And Lab
  • NSCI 111 & 111L- Introduction To Astronomy And Lab
  • NSCI 115 & 115L- Survey Of Science: History And Experiments And Lab
  • NSCI 122 & 122L-The Nature Of Light And Lab
  • NSCI 126 & 126L- Forensic Anthropology And Lab
  • NSCI 128 & 128L- Physical Anthropology And Lab
  • PHYS 150 & 150L- Physics I And Lab
  • PHYS 201 & 201L- Introductory Physics I And Lab

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Religious Studies

2009-2010 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 292- Special Topics: Environmental Theology (Spring 2014)
  • RS 295- Special Topics Honors: Person World God (Fall 2009)
  • RS 298- Honors Chrisitian Spirituality (Spring 2014)
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets (Spring 2010)
  • RS 385- The Gospels
  • RS 392- Special Topics Apocalyptic Imagination (Fall 2009)
  • RS 393- Special Topics Spirituality & Ethics Of Eating (Spring 2010)
  • RS 394- Special Topics Hist Of Catholic Thought (Fall 2009)
  • RS 395- Special Topics Honors Person World God (Fall 2009)


2010-2011 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life and Letters (Spring 2011)
  • RS 385- The Gospels
  • RS 398- Special Topics: Honors New Rel Mvments America (Spring 2011)
  • RS 491-Special Topics: Honors Holocaust: Pol/Rel (Fall 2010)

2011-2012 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 290- Special Topics Early Christian Symbols (Spring 2012)
  • RS 295- Special Topics Honors: Person World God (Fall 2011)
  • RS 297- Special Topics Honors: Mad/Consp/Rel Fth (Spring 2012)
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 385- The Gospels
  • RS 390- Special Topics Early Christian Symbols (Spring 2012)
  • RS 393- Special Topics Gospel Matthew, Mark, Luke (Summer 2012)
  • RS 396- Special Topics Honors: Person World God (Fall 2011)
  • RS 397- Special Topics Honors: Mad/Consp/Rel Fth (Spring 2012)
  • RS 397- Special Topics Honors: Soc Pol Theologies (Fall 2011)
  • RS 399- Special Topics Honors: Gos Matt, Mark, Luke (Spring 2012)

2012-2013 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 385- The Gospels
  • RS 491-Special Topics: Honors Holocaust: Pol/Rel (Fall 2012)
  • PHIL 494 - Special Topics Apocalyptic Imagination (Summer 2013)

2013-2014 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 292– Special Topics: Environmental Theology (Spring 2014)
  • RS 295– Special Topics: Honors Person, World, and God (Fall 2013)
  • RS 298– Special Topics: Honors Christian Spirituality (Spring 2014)
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 385- The Gospels
  • RS 395– Special Topics: Honors Women and Christianity (Fall 2013)
  • RS 396– Special Topics: Honors Person, World, and God (Fall 2013)

2014-2015 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 399- Special Topics: Honors: Spirt/Cult H Potter (Fall 2014)
  • RS 385- The Gospels

2015-2016 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 385- The Gospels

2016-2017 Religious Studies

  • RS 200- Understanding Religion
  • RS 217- Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)
  • RS 218- New Testament
  • RS 220- Classical Christian Thought
  • RS 221- Modern Christian Thought
  • RS 230- Christian Ethics
  • RS 240- The Religious Dimension Of Work
  • RS 260- Person, World, And God
  • RS 270- World Religions
  • RS 271- Sociology Of Religion
  • RS 280- Catholicism
  • RS 285- The Church In The World
  • RS 300- Jesus Christ
  • RS 320- Religion In America
  • RS 324- Christian Spirituality
  • RS 326- Social And Political Theologies
  • RS 330- Justice And Society
  • RS 331- The Spirituality And Ethics Of Eating
  • RS 335- Philosophy Of Religion
  • RS 340- African American Theology
  • RS 345- God, Evil, And Suffering
  • RS 355- Judaism
  • RS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • RS 372- Women And Christianity
  • RS 375- The Prophets
  • RS 377- Apocalyptic Imagination
  • RS 380- Paul: His Life And His Letters
  • RS 385- The Gospels

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Social Science / History

2009-2010 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 214- Principles Of Microeconomics
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • MGMT 320- International Business
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • 2010-2011 Social Science/History
  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 214- Principles Of Microeconomics
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • MGMT 320- International Business
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology


2011-2012 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 214- Principles Of Microeconomics
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • MGMT 320- International Business
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology

2012-2013 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 214- Principles Of Microeconomics
  • GS 301- Special Topics: Amer Id: Exp Global Issues (Spring 2013)
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • MGMT 320- International Business
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • POLS 470-Special Topics: Honors: Holocaust Pol/Rel (Fall 2012)
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology

2013-2014 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ECON 214- Principles Of Microeconomics
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HIST 393- Honors Political History of the Space Age (Spring 2014)
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • MGMT 320- International Business
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • POLS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • POLS 393- Honors Political History of the Space Age (Spring 2014)
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology

2014-2015 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 390- Special Topics: Honors: Spirt/Cult H Potter (Fall 2014)
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • POLS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology
  • SOC 160- Cultural Anthropology

2015-2016 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • POLS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology

2016-2017 Social Science/History

  • ANTH 160- Cultural Anthropology
  • HIST 107- World Civilizations To 1500
  • HIST 108- World Civilizations Since 1500
  • HIST 151- American Society To 1877
  • HIST 152- American Society Since 1877
  • HUM 210- Introduction to Sustainability
  • POLS 112- American Government
  • POLS 113- World Politics
  • POLS 115- Nations And States
  • POLS 356- Holocast: Pol/Relg Dimensions
  • PSYC 105- General Psychology
  • SOC 101- Introduction To Sociology

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Statistics

2009-2010 Statistics

  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • MATH 121-Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics
  • 2010-2011 Statistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2011-2012 Statistics

  • BUS 205- Business Probability AndStatistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • HIST 498- History Research Seminar
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2012-2013 Statistics

  • BUS 205- Business Probability And Statistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • ECE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • HIST 498- History Research Seminar
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • NSCI 410- Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2013-2014 Statistics

  • CE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • CH E 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • BIOL 340- Experimental Design & Stat Analysis
  • BUS 205- Business Probability And Statistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • ECE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • HIST 498- History Research Seminar
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 152- Math Topics for Elementary Teachers
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • ME 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • NSCI 410- Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2014-2015 Statistics

  • BIOL 340- Experimental Design & Stat Analysis
  • BUS 205- Business Probability And Statistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • CE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • CH E 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • ECE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • HIST 498- Non-US History Research Seminar
  • HIST 499 - US History Research Seminar
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 152- Math Topics for Elementary Teachers
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • ME 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • NSCI 410- Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2015-2016 Statistics

  • BIOL 340- Experimental Design & Stat Analysis
  • BUS 205- Business Probability And Statistics
  • CH E 112-Introduction To Chemical Engineering II
  • CE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • CH E 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • ECE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • HIST 498- Non-US History Research Seminar
  • HIST 499 - US History Research Seminar
  • MATH 121- Statistics Introduction
  • MATH 152- Math Topics for Elementary Teachers
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • ME 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • NSCI 410- Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

2016-2017 Statistics

  • BIOL 340- Experimental Design & Stat Analysis
  • BUS 205- Business Probability And Statistics
  • CH E 120-Introduction To Chemical Engineering 
  • ECE 400-The Compleat Engineer
  • HIST 498- Non-US History Research Seminar
  • HIST 499 - US History Research Seminar
  • MATH 152- Math Topics for Elementary Teachers
  • MATH 162- Health Science Applications Of Algebra And Statistics
  • MATH 201- Applied Statistics
  • MATH 308- Statistics
  • NSCI 410- Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 201- Introduction To Logic
  • PSYC 354- Correlational Research Methods And Statistics
  • STAT 221- Elementary Business Statistics

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