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Primary Texts Certificate

Fall 2020

Art

ART 695: Topics in Art History (on a case by case basis--consult with the director of the program to see if your topics class qualifies)

 

Arts & Sciences

DAS 300: Primary Texts Core Course

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 1:05- 2:20

            Laurie Johnson

            A LEC 12654

 

Communication Studies

COMM 330: Rhetoric in Western Thought (1 section per year)

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

            Alex McVey

            A REC 13537

 

            Tu/Th 9:30-10:45

            Craig E Brown
            B REC 16630

 

COMM 535: Communication and Leadership

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Human Diversity within the US

 

            M/W/F 11:30-12:20

            Sean Matthew Eddington

            A LEC 16831

 

English

All English Literature courses are approved, with the following exclusions:
English 100-229; 300, 345, 355, 400, 415, 417, 430, 435, 440, 461, 463, 465, 469, 476, 485, 490, 510, 516, 562/662, 604, 655, 670, 661, 663, 665, 685, 700, 758, 759, 761, 762, 763, 771, and 899.

 

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

GWSS 500: Topics in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

 

           

Tu/Th 11:30-2:45

            Valerie Alaine Padilla Carroll

            A LEC 17403

 

Geography

GEOG 490: Problems in Geography

(Instructor Permission-see Dr. Johnson for more information)

 

GEOG 602: Computer Mapping and Geographic Visualization

 

            Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

            Shawn Hutchinson

            A STD 16578

 

History

HIST 112: World History Science 1450

           

Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

            Nadia Suhaila Oweidat

            A LEC 12834

 

HIST 155: U.S. Military History Since 1775

 

M/W/F 9:30-10:20

Mary Elizabeth Walters

A LEC 17430

           

HIST 597-A: Topics in European History (Dr. Defries's section only).

            Global Issues and Perspectives

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 9:30-10:45

            David Defries

            A LEC 18158

 

Honors Program (Honors Students Only)

Honors Introduction to the Humanities I (1 section per year)

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

Honors Introduction to the Humanities II (1 section per year)

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

Other honors courses may be available. See Dr. Johnson for more information.

 

Management 

MANGT 541: Management of Quality (Daniel Minick's section only)

            Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning

            Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

           

            Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

            Daniel Minick

            A REC 11798

 

            Online

            Daniel Minick

  

Modern Languages 

CHINE 300: Chinese III

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Global Issues and Perspectives

 

            M/Tu/W/Th 2:30-3:20

            Li Yang

            A STD 10572

 

CHINE 501: Chinese V

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Global Issues and Perspectives

 

            M/Tu/W/Th 11:30-12:20

            Li Yang

            A STD 10573

 

CHINE 599: Special Studies in Chinese

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Global Issues and Perspectives

 

            By Appointment

            Li Yang

 

CLSCS 501: Topics in Classical Literature in Translation

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 11:30-12:45

            Benjamin McCloskey

            A REC 17616

 

LATIN 101: Latin I - Introduction to Latin

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Global Issues and Perspectives

 

            M/Tu/W/Th 9:30-10:20

Benjamin McCloskey

A STD 15979

 

FREN 501: Readings in French (formerly FREN 516)

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Global Issues and Perspectives

 

            M/W/F 10:30-11:20

            Robert L.A. Clark

            A REC 14528


FREN 721: Francophone Literature and Culture

 

M/W 3:55-5:10

Angelique Courbou

A SEM 18230

 

GRMN 521: Introductory Topics in German Literature and Culture of the 18th and 19th Century

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 9:30-10:45

            Sara R. Luly

            A REC 11505


GRMN 705: Topics in 20th and 21st Century German Literature and Culture

 

Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

Necia N Chronister

A SEM 18050


GRMN 729: Open Topics Seminar in German Literature and Culture

 

M/W 2:30-3:45

Derek Hillard

15088

 

SPAN 550: Introduction to the Literature in Spanish

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

 

            M/W/F 10:30-11:20

            Rebecca Marie Bender

            A REC 12434

 

            M/W/F 11:30-12:20

            Rebecca Marie Bender

            B REC 14246

 

            M/W/F 12:30-1:20

            Laura Michelle Kanost

            C REC 15359

 

Music, Theater, and Dance

MUSIC 405: Music Elementary Teachers

            Aesthetic Interpretation

            Historical Perspectives

 

            Tu/Th 9:30-10:20

            Ruth E Gurgel

            A REC 12152

            Lab Portion Also Required

 

THTRE 573: History of Theatre II (I, 1 section per year) - Fine Arts

            Historical Perspectives

 

            M/W/F 1:30-2:20

            Shannon Blake Skelton

            A REC 12493

 

Philosophy

All Philosophy courses are approved, with the following exclusions:
Philosophy 110, 305, 320, 365, 385, 390, 399 and 510, no matter the instructor.

 

Political Science

POLSC 155: Introduction to Political Thought (I, II, 2 sections per year)

            Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

            Social Sciences

 

            M/W/F 9:30-10:20

            John M Warner

            A LEC 14879

 

POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I

            Historical Perspectives

            Social Sciences

 

            M/W/F 1:30-2:20

            John A. Fliter Jr.

            A LEC 15502

 

POLSC 642: International Conflict

            Global Issues and Perspectives

            Social Sciences

 

            Tu/Th 11:30-12:45

            Andrew G Long

            A LEC 16654

 

Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

ANTH 315: Introduction to Medical Anthropology

            Social Sciences

            Human Diversity within the US

 

            Tu/Th 1:05-2:20

            Trevor James Durbin

            A LEC 16398

 

SOCIO 431: Comparative Social Theories

 

M/W/F 11:30-12:20

Nadezda Shapkina

A LEC 12409