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Fall 2018 On-Campus Dual-Enrollment Schedule

DAY TIME COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR GEN ED OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION
M 2:30 to 4:00 HIST 1100-E1 History of Film Sivitz, Paul Obj 7 Frameworks for analysis of the interpretation of the past in film. Involves comparative, critical evaluation of primary source documents and historical studies in relation to film, including documentaries. May be theme- or topics-based.

 

DAY TIME COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR GEN ED OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION
MW 1:00 to 1:50 FREN 1101-E1 Elementary French I Tatarova, Valia Obj 4 Intended to teach students basic communication skills and grammatical structures in French and to acquaint them with the culture of the French-speaking countries. Practice in the language laboratory is required.
MW 1:00 to 1:50 HIST 1102-E1 Modern Europe Stover, Justin Obj 6 Europe's rise and decline as the dominant world region during the second global age, from 1700 to the present.
MW 3:00 to 3:50 FREN 1102-E1* Elementary French II Tatarova, Valia Obj 4 Intended to teach students basic communication skills and grammatical structures in French and to acquaint them with the culture of the French-speaking countries. Practice in the language laboratory is required. *PREREQ: FREN 1101 or equivalent.
MW 3:00 to 4:15 ART 1100-E1 Introduction to Art Babcock, Ryan Obj 4 A study of the elements of visual art, various media and techniques of artistic expression, with a brief historical overview. When appropriate, gallery tours and presentations by visiting artists will be included.

 

DAY TIME COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR GEN ED OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ANTH 2237-E1 Southeast Asia Thomas, Lewis Obj 9 Examination of human social and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia. Topics include social structure, ecology, religion, politics, and language.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ENGL 1101-E1 English Composition Barker, Elise Obj 1 Course in which students read, analyze and write expository essays for a variety of purposes consistent with expectations for college-level writing in standard edited English.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ENGL 1102-E3* Critical Reading and Writing Lattin, Dawn Obj 1 Writing essays based on readings. Focus on critical reading; research methods; gathering, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing ideas and evidence; documentation. *PREREQ: ENGL 1101 with a C- or better or ENGL 1101P with a C- or better or equivalent.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ENGL 1126-E1 Art of Film Donovan, Carlen Obj 4 Course examines the creative process, aesthetic principles and historical background of cinematic arts. Screening of representative films and examination of critical works and theories are included.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ENGL 2210-E1 American Cultural Studies Donovan, Will Obj 4 Themes, symbols, and expressions within American cultures. Interdisciplinary cultural studies approach focuses on interactions among diverse groups and expressive modes such as folklore, elite art, and popular entertainment.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 ENGL 2257-E1 Survey of World Literature I Beginning through 16th Century Johnson, Margaret Obj 4 Examination of major works and authors in historical perspective, with emphasis upon literary and cultural backgrounds.
MWF 1:00 to 1:50 JAPN 1101-E1 Elementary Japanese I Johnsen, Sanae Obj 4 Basic communication skills, grammatical structures, and acquaintance with culture in Japan. Practice in the language laboratory is required.
MWF 2:00 to 2:50 JAPN 1102-E1* Elementary Japanese II Johnsen, Sanae Obj 4 Basic communication skills, grammatical structures, and acquaintance with culture in Japan. Practice in the language laboratory is required. *PREREQ: JAPN 1101 or equivalent.
MWF 3:00 to 3:50 ANTH 2238-E1 Peoples of the Arctic Campbell-Lavallee, Jaime Obj 9 Idaho Falls campus. Examination of the human, social, and cultural diversity of the Arctic. Topics include social structure, ecology, religion, politics, and language.
MWF 3:00 to 3:50 SOC 1101-E1 Introduction to Sociology Thomas, Jeremy Obj 6 Introduction to the scientific point of view in the study of group life, social institutions, and processes.
MWF 8:00 to 8:50 ENGL 1101-E3 English Composition Percy, Corinna Barrett Obj 1 Course in which students read, analyze and write expository essays for a variety of purposes consistent with expectations for college-level writing in standard edited English.
MWF 8:00 to 8:50 ENGL 1102-E1* Critical Reading and Writing Donovan, Will Obj 1
Writing essays based on readings. Focus on critical reading; research methods; gathering, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing ideas and evidence; documentation. *PREREQ: ENGL 1101 with a C- or better or ENGL 1101P with a C- or better or equivalent.
MWF 8:00 to 8:50 ENGL 1102-E2* Critical Reading and Writing Barker, Elise Obj 1
MWF 8:00 to 8:50 PHIL 1101-E1 Introduction to Philosophy Rodriguez, Evan Obj 4 An introduction to the major thinkers and major problems in Western philosophical and scientific traditions. Sections may emphasize either an historical or problems approach.

 

DAY TIME COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR GEN ED OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION
TR 1:00 to 2:15 ANTH 1101 SHOS 1101-E1 Elementary Shoshoni Gould, Drusilla Obj 4 Basic communication skills and grammar of Shoshoni and introduction to Shoshoni culture.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 CMP 2203-E1 Media Literacy Brunner, Betsy Obj 8 A broad survey of the foundations of the mass media through critical and theoretical perspectives, with particular attention devoted to how economic structures influence media content, the impact of technological innovation, and the proper evaluation of media sources. Topics include how the media manufacture stories, differences between various print and electronic sources of information, recognizing media bias, and different types of media polling.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 ENGL 1101-E2 English Composition Stubbs, Mike Obj 1 Course in which students read, analyze and write expository essays for a variety of purposes consistent with expectations for college-level writing in standard edited English.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 ENGL 1102-E5* Critical Reading and Writing Schultz, Hurst, Bethany Obj 1 Writing essays based on readings. Focus on critical reading; research methods; gathering, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing ideas and evidence; documentation. *PREREQ: ENGL 1101 with a C- or better or ENGL 1101P with a C- or better or equivalent.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 ENGL 1126-E2 Art of Film Donovan, Carlen Obj 4 Course examines the creative process, aesthetic principles and historical background of cinematic arts. Screening of representative films and examination of critical works and theories are included.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 SPAN 1101-E1 Elementary Spanish I Andrew Wrobel Obj 4 Intended to teach students basic communication skills and grammatical structures in Spanish and to acquaint them with the culture of the Spanish-speaking countries.
TR 1:00 to 2:15 PSYC 1101-E1 Introduction to General Psychology Anderson, Tessa Obj 6 Introduction to the study of human behavior and mental processes, with emphases on history, theories, research methods and findings, and applications in psychology's major areas of study: biological, cognitive, learning, personality, social processes, developmental, and abnormal.
TR 3:00 to 4:15 PSYC 1101-E2 Introduction to General Psychology Miyake, Tina Obj 6 Idaho Falls campus. Introduction to the study of human behavior and mental processes, with emphases on history, theories, research methods and findings, and applications in psychology's major areas of study: biological, cognitive, learning, personality, social processes, developmental, and abnormal.
TR 4:00 to 5:15 HIST 1118-E2 US History and Culture Robey, Sarah Obj 7 Idaho Falls campus. An introduction to U.S. history and culture, including cultural change over time. Focuses on a significant historical theme, which varies by course section.
TR 8:00 to 9:15 COMM 1101-E1 Principles of Speech TBA Obj 2 Basic course in oral communication that emphasizes the theory and practice of informative speaking, logical argumentation, persuasion, small group discussion, and interpersonal communication. Designed to explain the humanistic nature of human communication and to improve a student's ability to express ideas orally.
TR 8:00 to 9:15 ENGL 1102-E4* Critical Reading and Writing Lattin, Dawn Obj 1 Writing essays based on readings. Focus on critical reading; research methods; gathering, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing ideas and evidence; documentation. *PREREQ: ENGL 1101 with a C- or better or ENGL 1101P with a C- or better or equivalent.

 

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