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Spring 2022 Honors Course List

Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors Foundations course for spring semester, including how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for select Honors courses. Honors EXCEL required courses are also listed below. Students, please consult your Honors program handbook for information on what courses are required to successfully complete your Honors program.

Check the Registrar's website for information on your priority registration date. 

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

If none of the listed courses will work with your schedule next semester, remember there are other ways to earn Honors credit in the Honors Foundations program. Please contact your Honors advisor with any questions. 

How to Find Honors Courses in STAR

Want to see most available Honors courses for Fall 2021 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 "Spring 2022."
  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 the spring semester. 

Spring 2022 Course List

**Please note: some of the courses listed below have both Honors sections AND non-Honors sections available. Be careful while building your schedule to select the Honors section in order to earn Honors credit for the course. If you aren't sure whether a course counts for Honors credit, contact your advisor and the Honors College (honors@mail.wvu.edu).**

Honors College Faculty Fellows Courses

These special topics courses will be taught in the 2021-2022 academic year, with an additional course available Spring 2022 (Principles of Conservation Ecology Honors Add-on, Amy Welsh, Wildlife & Fisheries, Davis College). See the full list of Honors Faculty Fellows and their courses here.

Materials For the Future

HONR 202A

John Craynon

09:00 AM - 09:50 AM MWF | Percival Hall | Room 335

An introduction to the systematic methods of analysis to scientific developments, technological advancements, and our evolving natural world through focused, engaging subjects.


The Road to Inequality

HONR 204A

Stefanie Hines

12:30 PM - 01:45 PM TTH | Agricultural Sciences Building | Room 1010

An introduction to analysis of human behavior, societal and political organization, or communication through focused, engaging subjects.


Arthurdale, WV Matters

HONR 204B

Renee Nicholson

04:00 PM - 05:15 PM TTH | Woodburn Hall | Room G10

An introduction to analysis of human behavior, societal and political organization, or communication through focused, engaging subjects.


Dangerous Music

HONR 206A

Jennifer Walker

01:00 PM - 01:50 PM MWF | Allen Hall | Room 711

An introduction to the study of artistic expression through focused, engaging subjects.


Extractive Capitalism

HONR 207A

Devin Smart

01:30 PM - 02:20 PM MWF | Woodburn Hall | Room G11

An introduction to methods and principles of critical inquiry to explore global issues and cultural, linguistic, or experiential diversity through focused, engaging subjects.


HNRS: WMAN 150 Add-On

WMAN 298A

Amy Welsh

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM TH | Percival Hall | Room 314A

Honors. 1-3 Hr. In the Honors add-on to “Principles of Conservation Ecology,” students will delve deeply into current issues of biodiversity and conservation with hands-on activities and discussions, developing management strategies and policy ideas. They will engage with current news related to the field, developing important skills in communicating and sharing their knowledge with the public. Working together, students will impact the community by developing and implementing a conservation community service project. Students must also register for WMAN 150.

Full List of Honors Courses

Principles of Accounting 1

ACCT 201

*STAFF*

Hodges Hall | Room 202 | 2:30 PM - 3:20 PM MWF

This course introduces basic concepts of financial and managerial accounting with emphasis on how accounting reports are used by internal and external users.


Principles of Accounting 2

ACCT 202

Nancy Lynch

Oglebay Hall | Room 102 | 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM TTH

PR: ACCT 201 with a minimum grade of C-. This course introduces financial accounting concepts and reporting with an emphasis on measuring, recording and reporting transactions for business entities.


UG Research Experience 1 (Agricultural Biochemistry 386)

AGBI 386

Cassandra Lamb

PR: At least sophomore standing and faculty permission. Students will write a research proposal, conduct supervised research, and write a progress report. This course is the first of a two-course sequence that leads to a research-based capstone experience. Students must also complete AGBI 486 for this to serve as the Biochemistry Capstone course.


UG Research Experience 2 (Agricultural Biochemistry 486)

AGBI 486

Cassandra Lamb

PR: AGBI 386 and faculty permission. Continuation of a research-based Capstone Experience where students will conduct supervised research, present their research, and prepare a final report. This course is the second of a two-course research-based sequence and must be completed after AGBI 386 to count as the capstone experience.


Research (Agricultural Biochemistry 497)

AGBI 497

Kimberly Barnes

Independent research projects.


Survey of Art History 1

ARHS 120

Megan Leight

Evansdale Crossing | Room 412 | 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH

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


Survey of Art History 2

ARHS 160

Rhonda Reymond

Evansdale Crossing | Room 414 | 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM TTH

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


Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Vanessa Licwov-Channell

Allen Hall | Room 510 | 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM T

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Joshua Karr

10:00 AM - 10:50 AM W

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Inquiry Approaches to Teaching

ARSC 120

Joshua Karr

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM W

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 are assessing students' progress toward course objectives.


Inquiry-Based Lesson Design

ARSC 220

Michael Tilley

Allen Hall | Room 711 | 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM W

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Inquiry-Based Lesson Design

ARSC 220

Michael Tilley

8:00 AM - 8:50 AM TH

PR: ARSC 120. Builds on the lesson-planning skills developed in ARSC 120, focusing on characteristics of excellent mathematics and science curricula, aligning instruction with state and district standards, and the appropriate use of pre- and post-assessments. Students continue exploring teaching as a career through planning and implementing three mathematics or science lessons in local middle school classrooms.


Descriptive Astronomy

ASTR 106

*STAFF*

02:30 PM - 03:45 PM TTH

The celestial sphere, star time, solar time, Kepler's laws, H-R diagram and modern developments. No sophisticated mathematics used; only simple geometrical arguments employed.


Human Sexuality Biology

BIOL 122

Toni Morris

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TTH | White Hall | Room B51

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.


Human Sexuality Biology

BIOL 122

Toni Morris

02:00 PM - 04:50 PM TH | Life Sciences Building | Room G15

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.


Undergraduate Research Biology

BIOL 386

Jennifer Hawkins

This is an arranged research course. Special course and proposal required. Honors students may inquire in 3134A LSB.


Investigation & Thesis Biology

BIOL 486

Susan Raylman

Second semester of junior year, recommendation of advisor, biology majors only. Permission required. Supervised readings, investigation, and study.


Investigation & Thesis Biology (2)

BIOL 486

Susan Raylman

Second semester of junior year, recommendation of advisor, biology majors only. Permission required. Supervised readings, investigation, and study.


Teaching Practicum Biology

BIOL 490

Stephanie Young

Teaching practice as a tutor or assistant.


Teaching Practicum Biology

BIOL 490

Amaris Guardiola

Teaching practice as a tutor or assistant.


Business Communication

BCOR 299

Elizabeth Tomlinson

11:30 AM - 12:20 PM MWF | Business & Economics Building | Room 244

Students will develop facilities with business communication genres, such as professional emails, memos, letters, proposals, reports, interviews, and oral presentations. Includes research and real-world business projects and/or cases.


Business Communication

BCOR 299

Elizabeth Tomlinson

01:30 PM - 12:20 PM MWF | Business & Economics Building | Room 244

Students will develop facilities with business communication genres, such as professional emails, memos, letters, proposals, reports, interviews, and oral presentations. Includes research and real-world business projects and/or cases.


Legal Environment of Business

BCOR 320

*STAFF*

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM TTH | Woodburn Hall | Room G10

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Principles of Marketing

BCOR 350

Margaret Fitzgerald

03:30 PM - 05:20 PM MWF | Business & Economics Building | Room 244

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Managing Individuals and Teams

BCOR 370

Thomas Zeni

11:30 AM - 12:20 PM MWF | Business & Economics Building | Room 441

Topics include traditional management functions, employee motivation, leadership, team dynamics, individual and group decision-making, and individual differences. Additional topics include social responsibility and ethics, diversity, organizational structure and design, organizational control, and managing innovation and change.


Fundamentals of Chemistry

CHEM 116

Betsy Ratcliff

09:30 AM - 10:20 AM MWF | Clark Hall | Room 317

Continuation of CHEM 115 & CHEM 115L


CHEM 116 Laboratory

CHEM 116L

Betsy Ratcliff

12:00 PM - 02:50 PM W

Fundamentals of Chemistry 2 - CHEM 116 Laboratory.


Families Across the Life Span

CDFS 112

*STAFF*

Explores the physical, psychological, and cognitive developmental changes of individuals who are functioning in family systems that change across the lifespan.


Introduction to Marriage & Family

CDFS 110

*STAFF*

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH

Explores various dimensions of self-development and personal preference relevant to dating, mate selection, marriage, having children, parenting, divorce, and remarriage.


Language for Health Professions

CLAS 250

Veronica Evans

Online

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


File & Data Structures

CS 210

Ronald Reaser

01:00 PM - 02:50 PM F | Advanced Engineering Research | Room 137

Complex internal data structures including hashing, record collision and overflow techniques. Extension of internal data structures to external storage; indexed structures, external sorting and merging, direct access methods.


Computer System Concepts

CS 350

Brian Powell

09:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH | Advanced Engineering Research | Room 135

System software organization; operating system concepts including processes, threads, memory management, and the user interface; elementary network concepts. (Equivalent to CS 355).


Database Design & Theory

CS 440

Ronald Reaser

03:30 PM - 04:45 PM TTH | Advanced Engineering Research | Room 135

Database terminology, SQL, stored procedures, the relational and object-relational data model, triggers, and entity-relationship model.


Life Choices

COUN 230

Heidi OToole

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TTH | Armstrong Hall | Room 119

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

Joshua Martin

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TTH | Oglebay Hall | Room 110

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


Engineering Problem Solving

ENGR 101

Gerald Angle

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

Engineering problem solving methodologies and analysis. Use of computers in problem solving, technical report writing, team-based project work and presentations.


Engineering Problem Solving 2

ENGR 102

Carter Hulcher

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Engineering Problem Solving 2

ENGR 102

Carter Hulcher

09:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G3

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Engineering Problem Solving 2

ENGR 102

Carter Hulcher

02:00 PM - 03:15 PM TH | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G3

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Engineering Problem Solving 2

ENGR 102

Lizzie Santiago

12:30 PM - 01:45 PM TTH | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G3

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Engineering Problem Solving 2

ENGR 102

Lizzie Santiago

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G3

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Engineering in History

ENGR 140

Todd Hamrick

January 10 - April 29, 2022

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


Spatial Visualization

ENGR 155

Kristin Brewster

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu


African American Literature

ENGL 154

Amy Alvarez

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM TTH | Armstrong Hall | Room 123

A historical introduction and survey from its beginnings to the present.


FCLT 240 Add-on

FCLT 298B

Annastella Vester

Students must also register for FCLT 240.


FCLT 280 Add-on

FCLT 298C

Lisa DiBartolomeo

Students must also add FCLT 280.


German Cinema

FCLT 323

Deborah Jansen

04:00 PM - 06:50 PM W | Percival Hall | Room 335

Course provides a historical overview of 100 years of German cinema. Selected films shown with English subtitles. Discussions, readings, and written work in English.


FCLT 382 Add-on

FCLT 498C

Lisa DiBartolomeo

Students must also add FCLT 382.


Research Forensic & Investigative Science

FIS 497

Luis Arroyo

FIS 497. Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research Forensic & Investigative Science

FIS 497

Tatiana Trejos

FIS 497. Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research Forensic & Investigative Science

FIS 497

Jacqueline Speir

FIS 497. Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


South Asia: Gandhi and Beyond History

HIST 225

Mark Tauger

12:30 PM - 01:20 PM MWF | Woodburn Hall | Room G4

History of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh from the early modern period to the present; traditional background, Muslim conquests, British Raj, nationalist and independence movements, partitions, independent states, and current issues.


Latin America: Reform/Revolution

HIST 242

Michele Stephens

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM TTH | Woodburn Hall | Room 101

History of modern Latin America, concentrating on the durability of nineteenth-century social, economic, and political institutions, and the twentieth-century reformist and revolutionary attempts to change those institutions.


Honors Hall Council

HONR 101

Keisha Kibler

08:00 PM - 08:50 PM TH | Honors Hall | Room 120

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu

 

Honors Hall Council

HONR 101

Keisha Kibler

07:00 PM - 07:50 PM TH | Lincoln Hall | Room 139

Questions regarding this course email: WVUteach@mail.wvu

 

Introduction to Honors

HONR 102

Ashley Watts

05:30 PM - 06:20 PM T | Honors Hall | Room 430

This course is designed to assist first year Honors students in identifying the knowledge and skills they will need to meet their personal, social, academic, and professional goals as they transition into the Honors College at West Virginia University.


Introduction to Honors

HONR 102

Ashley Watts

12:30 PM - 01:20 PM W | Honors Hall | Room 330

This course is designed to assist first year Honors students in identifying the knowledge and skills they will need to meet their personal, social, academic, and professional goals as they transition into the Honors College at West Virginia University.

 

First - Year Seminar

HONR 191

Ashley Watts

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM M | Honors Hall | Room 230

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.


Peer Tutoring

HONR 201

Ashley Watts

05:30 PM - 06:45 PM MW | Honors Hall | Room 330

You must have approval to register for this course

 

City-As-Text-Morgantown

HONR 210

Kevin Gooding

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TTH | Honors Hall | Room 120

National Collegiate Honors Council's framework City-As-Text uses Morgantown as the basis for an interactive course which uses primary document and physical structures to investigate the historical, political, cultural, and social aspects of place. The central question that the course seeks to answer is How does a Space become a Place?


SPTP: Focus on Addiction

HONR 293P

Frances Tack

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM T | Allen Hall | Room 510

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.


SPTP: Zombie Studies

HONR 293S

Dennis Allen

03:30 PM - 04:20 PM W | Woodburn Hall | Room G10

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.


SPTP: American Whiskey

HONR 293Y

Kevin Gooding

04:00 PM - 04:50 PM TH | Honors Hall | Room 102

Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM M | Hodges Hall | Room 340

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM W | Hodges Hall | Room 133

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM TH | Hodges Hall | Room 322

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM T | Hodges Hall | Room 322

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM T | Hodges Hall | Room 322

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM M | Hodges Hall | Room 340

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM W | Hodges Hall | Room 340

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM W | Hodges Hall | Room 133

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM W | Hodges Hall | Room 322

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM T | Hodges Hall | Room 133

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM TH | Hodges Hall | Room 133

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM M | Hodges Hall | Room 133

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Paige Zalman

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM T | CPASS | Room 116

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Research

HONR 297

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM W | Hodges Hall | Room 340

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Foundations of Peer Mentoring

HONR 402

Ashley Watts

4:00 PM - 5:15 PM MW | Online

This course is the training to teach HONORS 298O course. The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


Foundations of Peer Mentoring

HONR 402

Ashley Watts

2:30 PM - 3:45 PM TTH | Hodges Hall | Room 336

This course is the training to teach Honors 102 course.


EXCEL: Project Development

HONR 450

Gregory Epps

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM W | Health Sciences South | Room 8606

Honors EXCEL Project Development. 0-1 Hr. This course will enable and enhance experiential learning for students in the Honors EXCEL program. Students will develop skills in leadership, project management, communication, and collaborative scholarship.


EXCEL: Summative Experience

HONR 451

Nancy Caronia

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM M | Online

The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


EXCEL: Summative Experience

HONR 451

Elizabeth Claydon

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM T | Health Sciences South | Room G274

Honors EXCEL: Summative Experience. 0-1 Hr. This course is designed to enable and enhance experiential learning for students in the Honors EXCEL program. Students will develop written and oral communication skills. Students will present their work to stakeholders on- and/or off-campus.


EXCEL: Summative Experience

HONR 451

Shan Jiang

10:00 AM - 10:50 AM W | Allen Hall | Room 510

Honors EXCEL: Summative Experience. 0-1 Hr. This course is designed to enable and enhance experiential learning for students in the Honors EXCEL program. Students will develop written and oral communication skills. Students will present their work to stakeholders on- and/or off-campus.


EXCEL: Summative Experience

HONR 451

Gerald Angle

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM TH | Lyon Tower | Room G08

Honors EXCEL: Summative Experience. 0-1 Hr. This course is designed to enable and enhance experiential learning for students in the Honors EXCEL program. Students will develop written and oral communication skills. Students will present their work to stakeholders on- and/or off-campus.


EXCEL: Summative Experience

HONR 451

Louis Slimak

5:30 PM - 6:20 PM T | Clark Hall | Room 317

Honors EXCEL: Summative Experience. 0-1 Hr. This course is designed to enable and enhance experiential learning for students in the Honors EXCEL program. Students will develop written and oral communication skills. Students will present their work to stakeholders on- and/or off-campus.


Teaching Practicum

HONR 490

Ashley Watts

Online

Teaching Practicum. 1-3 Hr. PR: Consent. Teaching practice as a tutor or assistant.


Teaching Practicum

HONR 490

Cinthia Mara Da Fonseca Pacheco

Online

Teaching Practicum. 1-3 Hr. PR: Consent. Teaching practice as a tutor or assistant.


Independent Study

HONR 495

Damien Clement

Online

Independent Study. 1-6 Hr. Faculty supervised study of topics not available through regular course offerings.


Research

HONR 497

Damien Clement

Online

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Introduction to Nutrition

HF&N 171

Kelli George

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM TTH | South Agricultural Sciences | Room 1021

*This section is open only to students in the Honors Program.


Introduction to Nutrition

HF&N 171

Annette Freshour

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH | South Agricultural Sciences | Room 1021

Introduction to Human Nutrition. 3 Hr. 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.


Advance Nutrition

HN&F 460

Janet Tou

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM TTH | Agricultural Sciences Building | Room 2004

This section is open only to students in the Honors Program.


Professional Field Experience

HN&F 491

Kelli George

Professional Field Experience. 1-18 Hr. PR: Consent. (May be repeated up to a maximum of 18 hours.) Prearranged experiential learning program, to be planned, supervised, and evaluated for credit by faculty and field supervisors. Involves temporary placement with public or private enterprise for professional competence development.


Contemporary Issues for Majors

IMMB 460

Cory Robinson

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM TTH | Health Sciences South | Room 7605

Contemporary Issues for Majors. 3 Hr. PR: IMMB 420 with a minimum grade of C-. Detailed coverage for major issues of contemporary research in immunobiology.


Contemporary Issues for Majors

IMMB 460

Tracy Liu

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM TTH | Health Sciences South | Room 7606

Contemporary Issues for Majors. 3 Hr. PR: IMMB 420 with a minimum grade of C-. Detailed coverage for major issues of contemporary research in immunobiology.


Medical Virology

IMMB 470

Ivan Martinez

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM MWF | Health Sciences North | Room 2094

Medical Virology. 3 Hr. Molecular biology of viruses that are important both biologically and medically. Includes a basic introduction to replication and genetics as well as current topics in molecular virology.


History-Landscape Architecture

LARC 212

Michael Hasenmyer

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | Agricultural Sciences Building | Room G06

History of Landscape Architecture. 3 Hr. A broad survey of the history of the designed human environment with emphasis on the development of landscape architecture. (Does not fulfill Cluster A for landscape architecture students.)


Calculus 2

MATH 156

*STAFF*

11:10 AM - 12:20 PM MWF | Hodges Hall | Room 232

This section is open only to students in the Honors Program.


Multivariable Calculus

MATH 251

*STAFF*

9:50 AM - 11:00 AM | Hodges Hall | Room 232

****This course requires instructor approval. To request approval, please email scheduling@math.wvu.edu and include your student ID#.*****


Elementary Differential Equations

MATH 261

*STAFF*

11:10 AM - 12:20 PM MWF | Armstrong Hall | Room 121

This section is open only to students in the Honors Program.


Independent Study: Capstone

Lori Ogden

Independent Study. 1-6 Hr. Faculty supervised study of topics not available through regular course offerings.


Introduction to MAE Design

MAE 102

Guilherme Augusto Silva Pereira

9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MWF

Introduction to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Design. 3 Hr. PR: ENGR 101 with a minimum grade of C and (MATH 154 or MATH 155 with a minimum grade of C) and PR or CONC: PHYS 111. Engineering problem solving techniques related to mechanical and aerospace engineering topics through teamwork, written and oral communications, and using the computer, for algorithm development and computer aided design. Discussion of engineering professional and ethical behavior.


Mechatronics

MAE 211

*STAFF*

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G 102

Mechatronics. 3 Hr. PR: ENGR 102 or CHE 102 or MAE 102. Selection of mechanical and electronic components and integration of these components into complex systems. Hands-on laboratory and design experiments with components and measurement equipment used in the design of mechatronic products. (2 hr. lecture, 3 hr. lab.)


Intro to Aerospace Engineering

MAE 215

Wade Huebsch

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MWF | Engineering Sciences Building | Room G39

Intro to Aerospace Engineering. 3 Hr. PR: (ENGR 102 or CHE 102 or MAE 102) and (MATH 154 or MATH 155 with grade of C- or higher). Fundamental physical quantities of a flowing gas, standard atmosphere, basic aerodynamic equations, airfoil nomenclature, lift, drag and aircraft performance. Digital computer usage applied to aerodynamic and performance problems and aircraft design. (3 hr. lecture)


Heat Transfer

MAE 423

Hailin Li

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM TTH | Mineral Resources Building | Room 113

Heat Transfer. 3 Hr. PR: WVU sections require MATH 261 with a grade of C- or better and MAE 320 and (MAE 331 or MAE 335), WVUIT sections require MAE 331 and MAE 321 as prerequisites and MAE 419 concurrently. One-, two-, three-dimensional steady state conduction: transient conduction; free and forced convection; radiation; heat exchangers; heat and mass transfer by analytical, numerical analogical and experimental methods; design of thermal systems.


Media Writing

MDIA 215

John Temple

11:00 AM - 12:15 AM MW | Evansdale Crossing | Room 429

Media Writing. 3 Hr. PR: College of Media major or minor. 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.


Media Ethics and Law

MDIA 328

Joel Beeson

Online

The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


Intro: Native American Studies

NAS 200

Bonnie Brown

11:30 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | Hodges Hall | Room 106

Introduction: Native American Studies. 3 Hr. 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.


Intro: Native American Studies

NAS 200

Bonnie Brown

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM TTH | Hodges Hall | Room 106

Introduction: Native American Studies. 3 Hr. 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: NSG 100 Add-On

NSG 298A

Roger Carpenter

5:00 PM - 5:50 PM W | Health Sciences North | Room 2094

Honors. 1-6 Hr. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


HNRS: NSG 211 Add-On

NSG 298B

Roger Carpenter

Honors. 1-6 Hr. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


HNRS: NSG 212 Add-On

NSG 298C

Roger Carpenter

Honors. 1-6 Hr. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


HNRS: NSG 250 Add-On

NSG 298D

Roger Carpenter

Honors. 1-6 Hr. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


HNRS: NSG 311 Add-On

NSG 298E

Roger Carpenter

Honors. 1-6 Hr. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


Independent Study

NSG 495

Roger Carpenter

Independent Study. 1-6 Hr. Faculty supervised study of topics not available through regular course offerings.


Research

NSG 497

Roger Carpenter

Online

Research. 1-6 Hr. Independent research projects.


Current Moral Problems

PHIL 130

David Hoinski

2:30 PM - 3:20 PM MWF | Hodges Hall | Room 321

Current Moral Problems. 3 Hr. An examination of current moral problems. Topics include some of the following: abortion, euthanasia, sexism and sexual equality, preferential treatment, animal rights, sexual morality, pornography, economic justice, paternalism, punishment, and nuclear deterrence.

 

Intro to Symbolic Logic

PHIL 260

Geoff Georgi

12:30 PM - 1:20 PM MWF | Ming Hsieh Hall | Room 126

Introduction to Symbolic Logic. 3 Hr. 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.


Theory of Knowledge

PHIL 302

Geoff Georgi

2:30 PM - 3:20 PM MWF | Oglebay Hall | Room 103

Theory of Knowledge. 3 Hr. PR: 3 hours of philosophy. The nature and scope of human knowledge. Topics may include perception, belief, truth, evidence, certainty, and skepticism.


Pedagogy Theory/Application

PET 233

Emi Tsuda

9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MWF | CPASS Building | Room 104

Pedagogy Theory and Application. 4 Hr. PR: PET 101 and PET 124 and PET 125 and PET 167 and PET 175 and PET 244 and PET 276 and PR or CONC: PET 228 and PET 349 with a minimum grade of C- in all. Applied pedagogical theory, including assessment, planning, design, management, and delivery of instruction in physical education settings.


Health-Optimizing PE

PET 349

Lyndsay Burneisen

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | CPASS Building | Room G10

Health-Optimizing Physical Education. 3 Hr. PR: PET 124 and PET 125 and PET 167 and PET 175 and PET 244 with a minimum grade of C- in all. Introduction to the foundations and components of health-related fitness, appropriate curriculum for K-12 programming, effective teaching principles, and assessment of physical activity and fitness.


General Physics

PHYS 111

Paul Miller

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM MWF | While Hall | Room B51

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM M (01/31, 02/21, 03/21, 04/11)

HONORS ONLY SECTION. Exams will be on Monday evenings. See Physics Department for more information. Students must register for both lecture and laboratory. Non-majors are subject to deletion from PHYS 111 for failure to meet the Math 155 (C or better) pre-requisite.


Intro to National Security

POLS 261

David Hauser

4:00 PM - 6:50 PM W | Woodburn Hall | Room 101

Introduction to National Security. 3 Hr. Introduction to theories related to security studies and national security. Includes discussions of intelligence, strategy, military operations, terrorism, and civil/military affairs, along with current events.


Concepts in Political Theory

POLS 270

Philip Michelbach

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM MW | Woodburn Hall | Room 102

Concepts in Political Theory. 3 Hr. Introduction to political theory using texts from antiquity through modernity. Themes include citizenship, power, justice, and political obligation.


Politics of Terrorism

POLS 359

David Hauser

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM MWF | Ming Hsieh Hall | Room 122

Politics of Terrorism. 3 Hr. Terrorism is a method used against civilian population to affect political change. To understand this, the course will examine the ideology, history and tactics used of those engaged in violence.


History of Political Thought

POLS 371

Philip Michelbach

4:00 PM - 6:50 PM T | Brooks Hall | Room 151

History of Political Thought 2. 3 Hr. Major political philosophers and ideas of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including Hobbes, Locke, Montesquieu, Rousseau, Burke, Bentham, Mill, Hegel, and Marx.


Intelligence Failures

POLS 462

David Hauser

8:30 AM - 9:20 AM MWF | Woodburn Hall | Room 101

Intelligence Failures. 3 Hr. Explores complicated attempts to understand what constitutes an intelligence failure and how policy, intelligence, and decision-makers approach these issues. Evaluates the validity of theories of intelligence failure in analyzing case studies.


HNRS: PSYC 241 Add-On

PSYC 298B

Elizabeth Levelle

1:00 PM - 1:50 PM T | Life Sciences Building | Room 1113

Honors. 1-3 HR. PR: Students in the Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study, or research.


Intro to Public/Community Health

PUBH 101

Michael McCawley

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM TTH | Health Sciences North | Room 2116

Introduction to Public and Community Health. 3 Hr. This course will provide students with an overview of the principles and practice of public and community health. Students will learn about the history, core function and essential services of public health, as well as engage in discussions about current public health events and issues.


Global Perspective Public Health

PUBH 201

Diane Gross

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM TTH | Health Sciences Addition | Room G17

Global Perspectives of Public Health. 3 Hr. 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.


Climate Change & Public Health

PUBH 337

Robert Duval

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM TTH | Health Sciences North | Room 1175

Climate Change and Public Health. 3 Hr. Anticipated changes from biodiversity loss, ozone depletion, the incidence of infectious diseases, extreme weather and climate events, ocean acidification, and sea level rise, among other concerns, will all have impacts on a wide range of human systems that affect health. Also addresses policies and technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the need for strategies for mitigation and adaptation.

 

Introduction-World Religions

RELG 102

Joseph Snow

1:30 PM - 2:20 PM MWF | Oglebay Hall | Room 107

Introduction to World Religions. 3 Hr. 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.


Biblical Ethics/Current Issues

RELG 350

Alyssa Beall

Online

The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


Human Diversity

SOWK 147

Megan Gandy

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM TTH | Eiesland Hall | Room 503

Human Diversity. 3 Hr. (Must be completed before applying to the major.) 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

2:30 PM - 3:45 PM TTH | Eiesland Hall | Room 503

Introduction to Social Work. 3 Hr. PR: Consent. (Must be completed before applying to the major.) Overview of the social welfare field and social work profession. Emphasizes social work values and ethics.


Intermediate Spanish 2

SPAN 204

Rafael Osuna Montanez

11:30 AM - 12:20 PM MWF | Hodges Hall | Room 221

Intermediate Spanish 2. 3 Hr. PR: SPAN 203 or score of S4 on placement exam. Foundation for advanced study of Spanish. Emphasis on oral and written communication.


SPED in Contemporary Society

SPED 304

Carla Brigandi

Online

The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


Intro to Sports Management

SM 167

Gary Lhotsky

10:00 AM - 10:50 AM | CPASS Building | Room G08

Introduction to Sport Management. 3 Hr. Overview of the sport management profession including career opportunities, critical current issues.trends, professional standards and the professional organizations.


Issues in Sport Management

SM 387

Patrick Hairston

10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MWF | CPASS Building | Room 102

****Restricted to SM SENIOR HONORS STUDENTS.


Sports Marketing

SM 486

Justin Wartella

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM MWF | CPASS Building | Room G06

*** Restricted to SM SENIOR HONORS STUDENTS.


Sport Performance Enhancement

SEP 420

Scott Barnicle

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM TTH | CPASS Building | Room G08

Sport Performance Enhancement. 3 Hr. PR: SEP 210 and SEP 271 and SEP 272 with a minimum grade of B- and PSYC 101 and SOCA 101 with a minimum grade of C- and Senior standing. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the educational and performance enhancement techniques utilized to enhance sport performance within the field of sport and exercise psychology. Major emphasis will be placed upon ethical practice within the field, learning common sport psychology techniques, how and when to utilize these techniques.


Psychological Aspects-Sport Injury

SEP 425

Johannes Raabe

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH | National Research Center | Room 101

***RESTRICTED TO ATTR AND SEP SR HONORS STUDENTS


Sport Studies Research Methods

SEP 474

Johannes Raabe

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM TTH | CPASS Building | Room 102

***RESTRICTED TO SEP SENIOR HONORS STUDENTS.


Knowing Learning Math and Sci

UTCH 221

*STAFF*

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM TTH | Allen Hall | Room 612

Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science. 3 Hr. PR: ARSC 120 and PR or CONC: ARSC 220. This class focuses on how students come to know and learn in secondary mathematics and science as understood from multidisciplinary perspectives. Students will identify, learn, and employ learning theories that will guide their own pedagogical practice as thoughtful and reflective practitioners.


Classroom Interaction Math Sci

UTCH 222

Yuanhua Wang

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM TTH | Allen Hall | Room 418

Students in UTCH 222 will have a school-based placement in the Morgantown area requiring regular physical presence in Morgantown.


Effective Public Speaking

WVUE 270

Carolyn Atkins

Online

The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


PresStudAmb: Leading & Serving

WVUE 280

Carolyn Atkins

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM TTH | Allen Hall | Room 610

Presidential Student Ambassadors: Leading & Serving. 3 Hr. PR: Consent. In addition to developing and presenting four major public speaking assignments, students fulfill Student Engagement & Leadership requirements of 20 leadership events and 40 service hours to become Certified Student Leaders.


PresStudAmb: Speakers Bureau

WVUE 281

Carolyn Atkins

Online

This course will meet three times during the semester, at a day and time to be arranged with the instructor. The OLSS fee applies. Online.wvu.edu/olss_fee


Women in Movies

WGST 150

Kristiina Riivald

5:00 PM - 7:50 PM T | Hodges Hall | Room 106

Women in Movies. 3 Hr. Through viewing popular Hollywood films, we will analyze femininity across the life span. Critical thinking and cultural analysis will be practiced as we study heroines, working girls, motherhood, brides, cheerleaders, and old women on screen.


Perspectives on LGBTQ Studies

WGST 260

Ellen Belchior Rodrigues

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM TTH | Hodges Hall | Room 401

Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies. 3 Hr. Overview of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer studies. Examines the construction of gender, biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity, expression and performance related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, pansexual, and two-spirit identities. Also examines intersections with race, ethnicity, class, nation, culture, ability, and religion.

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