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Honors Courses for First-Year Students Fall 2020

Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors course for fall, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses.  

As a first-year student, you will complete registration in a one-on-one virtual advising appointment with an advisor in your major as part of your New Student Orientation experience. 

This page will be updated as information becomes available on course changes and new course offerings. 

How to Find Honors Courses

Want to see most available Honors courses for Fall 2020 in one place? Follow the instructions below.

  1. Go to star.wvu.edu and log in with your WVU ID and password.

  2. Select "Student Services & Housing."

  3. Select "Registration."

  4. Select "Browse Classes."

  5. Select "Fall 2020."
  6. Do not select a subject. This will keep all subjects selected.

  7. Under "Campus," select "WVU Campus Course."

  8. Under "Attribute," select "Honors Course."

  9. Click "Search." You should now see the current list of Honors courses for fall semester.

Remember, you can earn Honors credit directly through Honors courses, Honors sections of regular courses, or through Honors add-ons.

Honors add-ons give you Honors credit for the number of hours you earn in the course plus the number of credits in the add-on (so if a course is three credits and the add-on is zero credits, you will earn three Honors credits if you successfully complete both the course and the Honors add-on).

If none of the listed courses will work with your schedule next semester, remember there are  other ways to earn Honors credit, such as by contracting a non-Honors course for Honors credit. Please contact your Honors advisor with any questions.

Fall 2020 Course List

2020-2021 Honors Faculty Fellows Courses

The Biology of Aging

HONR 202

Steven Frisch

Woodburn Hall | Room G11 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM TTR

This course will be a multidisciplinary examination of biologic aging and the factors that affect and can extend longevity. Students will learn about the exciting study of “cell senescence,” or the irreversible cessation of cell division. Students will explore work that shows cell senescence as the major factor underlying human aging and learn about new interventions that prevent cell senescence in model organisms, extending their longevity. What could this mean for humans and aging in the future?


People vs. the Planet

HONR 204A

Andrea Soccorsi

Clark Hall | Room 317 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TTR

This course will challenge students to consider climate change and environmental issues through the lens of multiple disciplines, focusing on how the perspectives of diverse stakeholders in the sciences, social sciences and humanities can help us not only to better understand the issues surrounding climate change, but also to propose plausible solutions together. Students will employ critical reading, thinking and writing skills to investigate the science of climate change, as well as its representation in media, literature and other sources. Students will then translate these theoretical problems into real world solutions through an action project with local non-profit organizations and the city of Morgantown. 


Trauma, Resilience & Children

HONR 204B

Kimberly Floyd

Allen Hall | Room 414 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM TTR

This course will examine the influence trauma has on the lives of children and how it impacts them throughout their lives — in their growth, learning and adult relationships. Students will explore these topics through community activities, guest speakers, readings and interactive in-class learning focusing on the core issues of trauma-informed care and the influence of childhood trauma on society and the economy.  


Mysteries and Diagnoses

HONR 205

Johanna Winant

Woodburn Hall | Room G11 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM TTR

This course will ask students to re-examine stories of murder mysteries and medical diagnoses as interpretive puzzles, each with their own assumptions, blind spots and biases. Students will probe the process of interpretation and test presumptions of objectivity, learning about the influence of ideology, when interpretation and explanation succeed and fail, and whom they fail. Ultimately students will learn to see how ideological structures and societal values shape even the most objective work and arguments.


Creative Thinking

HONR 206

Carla Brigandi

Art Museum of WVU | Room G7 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTR

This course will challenge students to look at the world and its problems through the lens of creativity, progressively guiding them through increasingly more advanced creative thinking activities and strategies. This course will give students the toolkit they need to pursue a self-selected passion project in an individual investigation of a real-world problem with the goal of producing real solutions and making the world a better place. 


Nonfiction Storytelling

HONR 206

John Temple

Evansdale Crossing | Room 421 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM MWF

In this course, students will examine and analyze different types of contemporary nonfiction writing, looking at their narrative structures to learn how stories are built and ultimately creating their own in-depth, original nonfiction stories. Students will discuss the ethics and practical concerns behind applying narrative techniques to real-world events, exploring how storytelling done well is able to entertain and inform, as well as create empathy, making the retelling of a series of events propulsive, satisfying, and ultimately consequential.  


Global Consulting

HONR 207

Ludwig Schaupp

Woodburn Hall | Room G21 10:300 AM - 11:15 AM TTR

This course will teach students how to work cross-culturally in the business world by working with a real international client, honing students’ cooperation, problem-solving and presentation skills. Students will pair up with undergraduates studying in Münster, Germany, giving both groups of students the opportunity to work together to learn global competence, collaborating across cultural differences and performing real-world client problem solving.

Full List of Honors Courses for First-Year Students Fall 2020

HNRS: ARE 150 Add-On

ARE 298D

Heather Stephens

Agricultural Sciences Building | Room 4436 05:00 pm - 06:00 pm T | CRN: 88809

Students must register for ARE 150 CRN 85008 to receive honors credit.

 

Drawing 1

ART 111

Patrick Jones

Creative Arts Center | Room 5007 09:00 am - 11:50 am MW | CRN: 86255

 

Survey of Art History 1

ARHS 120

Megan Leight

Evansdale Crossing | Room 414 12:30 pm-01:45 pm TR | CRN: 86255

The course examines the history of the visual arts in world cultures from prehistoric periods to the fourteenth century.

 

Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Joshua Karr

Evansdale Crossing | Room 412 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM W | CRN: 84960

Introduction to the theory and practice behind excellent inquiry-based science and mathematics instruction, offering opportunity to explore teaching as a career. Students obtain firsthand experience in designing, planning, and teaching lessons in local elementary and middle school classrooms, and is assessing students' progress toward course objectives.

 

Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Elaine Schwing

Allen Hall | Room 712 08:00 am-09:15 am T | CRN: 84961

Introduction to the theory and practice behind excellent inquiry-based science and mathematics instruction, offering opportunity to explore teaching as a career. Students obtain firsthand experience in designing, planning, and teaching lessons in local elementary and middle school classrooms, and is assessing students' progress toward course objectives.

 

Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Nancy Spillane

Percival Hall | Room 314A 03:30 PM - 04:45 PM TR | CRN: 84962

Allen Hall | Room 808 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM TR | CRN: 84959

Introduction to the theory and practice behind excellent inquiry-based science and mathematics instruction, offering opportunity to explore teaching as a career. Students obtain firsthand experience in designing, planning, and teaching lessons in local elementary and middle school classrooms, and is assessing students' progress toward course objectives.

 

Human Sexuality

BIOL 122

Toni Morris

Health Sciences Addition | Room G14 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM TR | CRN: 84842

A study of biological, behavioral and societal aspects of sexuality. Issues considered include changing fecundity, social-legal implications, sex roles, sexually transmitted diseases, populations, erotica, aging, dysfunctions, and decision- making skills for sex related issues.

 

HNRS: BIOL 101 Add-On

BIOL 298A

Sydha Salihu

Life Sciences Building | Room 4001 01:30 PM - 02:20 PM M | CRN: 87803

Independent reading, study or research.

 

HNRS: BIOL 102 Add-On

BIOL 298B

Elizabeth Thomas

Life Sciences Building | Room 5001 01:30 PM - 02:20 PM M | CRN: 87806

Independent reading, study, or research.

 

HNRS: BIOL 115 Add-On

BIOL 298C

*****STAFF*****

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM M | CRN: 87808

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM M | CRN: 87810

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM T | CRN: 87814

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM W | CRN: 87815

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM W | CRN: 87816

Life Sciences Building | Room 3303 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM R | CRN: 87818

Independent reading, study or research.

  

First-Year Seminar

BCOR 191

Li Wang

Business & Economics Building | Room 459 08:30 AM - 09:20 AM W | CRN: 85961

Engages students in active learning strategies that enable effective transition to college life at WVU. Students will explore school, college and university programs, policies and services relevant to academic success. Provides active learning activities that enable effective transition to the academic environment. Students examine school, college and university programs, policies and services.

 

Introduction to Business

BCOR 199

Li Wang

Business & Economics Building | Rm 441 09:30 am - 10:20 am MWF | CRN: 82747

Business & Economics Building | Rm 441 10:30 am - 11:20 am MWF | CRN: 85776

Business & Economics Building | Rm 441 11:30 am - 12:20 pm MWF | CRN: 85254

This course introduces the student to the major business disciplines, basic business communications, and the University environment. 

 

Intro to Addiction Studies

COUN 240

CPASS Building | Room 104 05:00 PM – 07:50 PM T | CRN: 88379

Overview of core concepts related to substance use and substance use disorders. Topics include the history of drug use/addiction, effects on societal members, pharmacology of common psychoactive drugs, theories of addiction, treatment approaches, mutual support, recovery and relapse.

 

Principles of Chemistry 1

CHEM 117

Betsy Ratcliff

Clark Hall | Room 312 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM MWF | CRN: 85291

For Honors students looking for a smaller, more intensive General Chemistry experience. Students must register for both lecture and laboratory.

 

Life Choices

COUN 230

Heidi O'Toole

Armstrong Hall | Room 119 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM TR | CRN: 81575

Students will examine lifestyle choices typically dictated by unconscious customs rather than research. Covers areas of attitude, relationships, physical lifestyle, health and spirituality. The class consists of lectures and required student participation. 


Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 201

Daniel Grossman

Business & Economics Building | Room 240 08:30 AM - 09:45 AM TR | CRN: 88421

Introductory microeconomics analysis. Competitive behavior of firms, price determination, efficiency in production and equity in distribution.

 

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 202

Arabinda Basistha

Prerequisites: ECON 201 or AGRE 150

Business & Economics Building | Room 441 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM TR | CRN: 82691

Aggregate demand and supply, saving, investment, the level of employment and national income determination, monetary and fiscal policy.

 

Engineering Problem Solving 1

ENGR 101

Gerald Angle/STAFF

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G11 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MW | CRN: 82421

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G11 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MW | CRN: 81647

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G11 08:00 AM - 08:50 AM MW | CRN: 86165

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G11 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM MW | CRN: 83298

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G11 03:00 PM - 03:50 PM MW | CRN: 86757

Engineering Sciences Building | Room G03 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MW | CRN: 86119

 

Accelerated Academic Writing

ENGL 103

STAFF

Prerequisite: Qualifying ACT/SAT verbal score.

Online | CRN: 81490

Online | CRN: 85324

Online | CRN: 86315

Online | CRN: 86316

Online | CRN: 86727

Online | CRN: 86728

Online | CRN: 86729

Online | CRN: 86730

Online | CRN: 86317

 

Literature of Minds and Selves

ENGL 170

Marilyn Francus

Woodburn Hall | Room G21 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM TR | CRN: 87636

This course explores the nature of consciousness, selfhood, and humanness through literary and filmic representations of thought and character, especially those that deviate from the norm. Topics will vary by semester and might include disability, trauma, monstrosity, criminality, human rights, queer characters, children's literature, posthumanism, or animal studies, among others.

 

Foundations of Literary Study

ENGL 200

Lisa Weihman

Woodburn Hall | Room G21 04:00 PM - 05:15 PM TR | CRN: 88704

Study and practice of the analytical, research, and writing skills fundamental to literary studies.

 

Multiethnic Literature

ENGL 255

Gwen Bergner

Brooks Hall | Room 302 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TR | CRN: 87619

This course examines literature by Americans of diverse ethnicities including, but not limited to, Asian Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, African Americans, and European Americans of various class/religious/regional backgrounds.

 

HNRS: FCLT 281 Add-On

FCLT 298B

Lisa DiBartolomeo

TBA | TBA | CRN: 88032

Add-on to FCLT 281 Vampire: Blood and Revolution. This course examines the phenomenon of vampirism in verbal and visual culture, vampirism is examined from different periods in various cultures and from a variety of critical perspectives. It contextualizes the works in the cultures that produce them.

 

HNRS: FLIT 256 Add-On

FLIT 298E

Lisa DiBartolomeo

TBA | TBA | CRN: 88132

Add-on to FLIT 256 Russian Literature in Translation 1. Major works of Russian authors from the beginning to 1880, including those of Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy. Russian major will read selections in the original.

  

HNRS: FIS 201 Add-On

FIS 498C

Roger Jefferys

Oglebay Hall | Room 317 04:30 PM – 05:20 PM R | CRN: 87804

Oglebay Hall | Room 317 03:30 PM – 04:20 PM T | CRN: 87807

Independent reading, study, or research.

 

Latin Amrca: Cltr/Cnqst/Colnztn

HIST 241

Michele Stephens

Woodburn Hall | Room G4 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM TR | CRN: 88347

History of the formative period of Latin America, emphasizing the social and economic interaction between Indians, Europeans, and blacks from the conquest to the wars for independence in the early nineteenth century.

 

Honors Hall Council

HONR 101

Keisha Kibler

Honors Hall | Room 120 07:00 PM – 07:50 PM W | CRN: 83565

Lincoln Hall | Room 139 07:00 PM – 07:50 PM T | CRN: 84450

 

First-Year Seminar

HONR 191

Ashley Watts

Honors Hall | Room 120 02:30 PM - 03:20 PM MW | CRN: 86734

Engages students in active learning strategies that enable effective transition to college life at WVU. Students will explore school, college and university programs, policies and services relevant to academic success. Provides active learning activities that enable effective transition to the academic environment. Students examine school, college and university programs, policies and services.

 

Service in Tutoring

HONR 245

Landon Southerly

Chitwood Hall | Room G17 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM T | CRN: 85981

An introduction to the basic principles, practices, and current theory of peer tutoring. This course will provide Honors students the opportunity to tutor in local high schools while learning about topics of interest in education. Students will engage in reflection and critical inquiry that link service learning to academic learning.

 

SPTP: Future Campus Read

HONR 293I

Susan Lantz

Honors Hall | Room 120 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM TR | CRN: 87354

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

 

SPTP: DISASTER! Man-made Chaos

HONR 293O

Eric Myers

Honors Hall | 03:00 PM - 03:50 PM T | CRN: 88829

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

 

SPTP: Celebrity Culture

HONR 293T

Dennis Allen

Life Sciences Building | Room G23 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM T | CRN: 88058

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

 

SPTP: Business and Human Rights

HONR 293V

Jena Martin

Lincoln Hall | 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM T | CRN: 88206

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

 

Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

Woodburn Hall | Room G11 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM M | CRN: 84156

Woodburn Hall | Room G10 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM M | CRN: 84443

Woodburn Hall | Room 109 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM T | CRN: 84444

Woodburn Hall | Room G16 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM W | CRN: 84445

CPASS Building | Room 116 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM R | CRN: 84446

CPASS Building | Room 116 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM T | CRN: 85136

CPASS Building | Room 116 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM M | CRN: 85377

Woodburn Hall | Room 110 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM T | CRN: 85378

Armstrong Hall | Room 121 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM R | CRN: 86075

Woodburn Hall | Room 110 04:30 PM - 05:20 PM M | CRN: 86076

Armstrong Hall | Room 403 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM T | CRN: 86077

Woodburn Hall | Room 110 04:30 PM - 05:20 PM W | CRN: 86078     

Woodburn Hall | Room G21 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM W | CRN: 86079

Armstrong Hall | Room 407 04:00 PM - 04:50 PM T | CRN: 86080

Woodburn Hall | Room 110 05:30 PM - 06:20 PM R | CRN: 86081

CPASS Building | Room 116 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM W | CRN: 88305

Independent research projects.

 

Introduction to Nutrition

HN&F 171

Kelli George

Agricultural Sciences Building | Room G06 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM TR | CRN: 88384

Nutrient structure, metabolism, integrated function and their importance to human well-being during all stages of the life cycle. Current concerns and those of special interest to college students in meeting nutrient needs.

 

Nutrition/Activity/Health

HN&F 200

Annette Freshour

Prerequisite: HN&F 171

Agricultural Sciences Building | Room 2004 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM TR | CRN: 83346


Intro-Western Civilization

HUM 101

Alyssa Beall

Armstrong Hall | Room 119 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM TR | CRN: 88335

Presents the high points of Greco-Roman and Medieval European civilizations: their art, architecture, philosophy, religion, literature and music.

 

Introduction to Landscape Architecture, Environmental Design and Planning

LARC 105

Michael Hasenmyer

Agricultural Sciences Building | Room G06 12:30 PM - 01:45 PM MW | CRN: 86298

A general overview of the field of landscape architecture, environmental design and planning. The course reviews the practices of design and planning professionals and their connections to society. An emphasis is placed on past development traditions and current sustainable development methods, strategies, and impacts of planning and design through the review of past and current projects.

 

Calculus 1

MATH 155

Vicki Sealey/Renee LaRue/STAFF

Woodburn Hall | Room 101 09:50 AM - 11:00 AM MWF | CRN: 84409

 

Calculus 2

MATH 156

John Goldwasser

Prerequisite: MATH 154 or MATH 155

Armstrong Hall | Room 117 09:50 AM - 11:00 AM MWF | CRN: 85174

 

Media Writing

MDIA 215

John Temple

Evansdale Crossing | Room 421 03:00 PM - 04:15 PM MW | CRN: 87741

Introduction to the fundamental reporting and storytelling skills that are the foundation of all media writing: print, radio, television, public relations, advertising and social media.

 

Great Composers in Performance

MUSC 112

Natalie Shaffer

Creative Arts Center | Room 2030 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM TR | CRN: 86335

A study of significant composers and their music. Lectures, in-class musical presentations, concert and rehearsal attendance will: (1) explore the relationship of music to the development of society, (2) develop appropriate critical analysis and listening skills.

 

Music in Appalachia

MUSC 118

Travis Stimeling

Bennett Tower | Room G05 02:00 PM - 03:15 PM TR | CRN: 86674

Survey of traditional instrumental and vocal music of southern Appalachia. History, style characteristics, and performance techniques involving live and recorded examples emphasizing those found in West Virginia.

 

Introduction to Native American Studies

NAS 200

Bonnie Brown 

Woodburn Hall | Room 109 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TR | CRN: 88419

Overview of the diverse social and cultural institutions of indigenous tribal societies in North America. Historical materials provide the background for understanding the range of issues affecting contemporary tribal groups.

 

HNRS: NRSC 101 Add-On

NRSC 298A

Victoria Hensley

Honors Hall | 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM T | CRN: 88833

Students must register for NRSC 101 to receive Honors credit.

 

HNRS: NSG 100 Add-On

NSG 298A

Roger Carpenter

Health Sciences North | Room 2094 05:00 PM - 05:50 PM W | CRN: 87824

Independent reading, study or research.

   

Problems of Philosophy

PHIL 100

Scott Davidson

Online Course | CRN: 81467

An elementary examination of such philosophical problems as the mind-body problem, the existence of God, freedom and determinism, and the nature of persons and their knowledge.

 

Intro to Symbolic Logic

PHIL 260

Geoff Georgi

Ming Hsieh Hall | Room 122 12:30 PM - 01:20 PM MWF | CRN: 87911

An introduction to modern symbolic logic (basically, propositional logic and the predicate calculus) for students who want to acquire the skill to represent symbolically the form of deductive arguments and to test formally for validity. GEF 3.

 

General Physics

PHYS 111

Paul Miller

White Hall | Room 122 08:30 AM - 11:20 AM T (Laboratory) | CRN: 86478

 

General Physics

PHYS 112

John Stewart

White Hall | Room G09 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM MWF | CRN: 82137

 

General Physics

PHYS 112

John Stewart

White Hall | Room 102 02:30 PM - 05:20 PM W (Laboratory) | CRN: 86479

 

Global Political Issues

POLS 103

David Hauser

Woodburn Hall | Room 105 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM MWF | CRN: 84990

Analysis of issues in post-cold war international politics, ranging from traditional major power diplomacy and intervention to the newer problems of economic interdependence and development, human rights, population pressures on limited resources, and the environment.

 

HNRS: PSYC 101 Add-On

PSYC 298B

Elizabeth Levelle

Life Sciences Building | Room 1111 02:30 PM - 03:20 PM T | CRN: 87659

Independent reading, study or research.

  

Global Perspectives of Public Health

PUBH 201

 *****STAFF*****

Health Sciences North | Room 4080 09:30 AM - 10:50 AM MW | CRN: 86162

This introduction to global public health will strengthen students' perspectives and understanding of disease prevention and treatment issues in westernized and developing/underdeveloped countries. Topics include health disparities, economic/political structures/systems impacting health, maternal and child health (including family planning), socio-cultural factors affecting health care delivery and the global burden of infectious and chronic diseases, injuries and disasters.

 

Intro to Health Administration

PUBH 230

*****STAFF*****

Health Sciences South | Room 8606 02:30 PM - 03:50 PM TR | CRN: 88252

Introduces core concepts in health administration, addressing the organization of health services, administrative theories and applications, performance improvement, decision-making, managing change, and professionalism/communication in healthcare and public health administration.

 

Introduction to World Religions

RELG 102

Alyssa Beall

Oglebay Hall | Room 106 04:00 PM - 05:15 PM TR | CRN: 82414

This course explores five of the most widely practiced world religions; Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Students are introduced to the history and basic tenets of each faith.

 

Human Diversity

SOWK 147

Kathleen Chaney

Ming Hsieh Hall | Room 126 06:00 PM - 08:50 PM M | CRN: 85645

Covers a range of diverse populations especially those historically subjected to oppression and social and economic injustice. Addresses the causes and effects of institutionalized forms of oppression.

 

Introduction to Social Work

SOWK 151

Carol Amendola

Eiesland Hall | Room 503 02:30 PM - 03:45 PM TR | CRN: 85651

Overview of the social welfare field and social work profession. Emphasizes social work values and ethics.

  

Social Problems in Contemporary America

SOCA 207

Daniel Brewster

Clark Hall | Room 208 12:30 PM - 01:20 PM MWF | CRN: 85016

Sociological analysis of the causes, effects and approaches to preventing and reducing social problems in American society.

 

Intermediate Spanish 1

SPAN 203

Pablo Garcia Loaeza

Clark Hall | Room 312 01:00 PM - 02:15 PM TR | CRN: 80182

Continuation of Span 102.

 

SPED in Contemporary Society

SPED 304

STAFF

Online | CRN: 85848

Special eduction principles and practices, interactions between disability and diversity in identification and intervention, and influences of family, professional, school and community infrastructures on educational programs/ outcomes for children and adults. (Equivalent of DISB 304).

 

Intro to Sport Management

SM 167

Gary Lhotsky

CPASS Building | Room G06 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MWF | CRN: 84682

 

World Theatre & Drama

THET 170

Radhica Ganapathy

Evansdale Crossing | Room 414 01:00 PM - 01:50 PM MWF | CRN: 86761

Introduction to theatre and drama traditions in ten world cultures. An intercultural study of theaters, performance and staging practices, the cultural milieu, and dramatic literature.

 

Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

WGST 170

Kristiina Riivald

Woodburn Hall | Room 110 05:30 PM - 06:45 PM MW | CRN: 87104

The major contexts in which gender identities have been and are defined and of the relationships between these definitions and the roles and history of women and men in society and culture.

 

Effective Public Speaking

WVUE 270

Carolyn Atkins

Online | CRN: 88383

Designed for improvement of the student's speech based upon theory and demonstrated performance of voice and diction skills and public-speaking skills for effective communication in a variety of speaking situations.

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