First-Year Courses by Subject & Number
Do you want to know more about the courses that will be used in your residence hall for fall semester? Use the table below to look up information on your course.
Note: The search box can be used to filter by any string of text that appears in the table. Examples: Northside, 101, WRTG, science, etc.
|Course Title||Credit Hours||UCORE Category||Description||Residence Hall|
|Comparative Ethnic Studies 101: Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies||3||DIVR||Comparative issues in Asian American, African American, Chicana/o, and Native American cultures in the United States.||Global Scholars, Northside|
|English 101: College Composition||3||WRTG||Designed to further develop students' academic writing, critical thinking, rhetorical strategies, reading and library skills.||Community-Duncan Dunn, Honors, McCroskey, Olympia, Orton, Rogers, Scott-Coman, Stephenson, Streit-Perham, Waller, Wilmer-Davis|
|Entomology 101: Insects and People: A Perspective||3||BSCI||The world's most abundant animals and their extensive effects on people yesterday and today.||Stevens, Waller, Wilmer-Davis|
|Entomology 103: Discover Insects: Laboratory for Non-Science Majors||1||BSCI||The biology and diversity of insects provide the context for training in the scientific method, including ways to take measurements, gather data, and organize information.||Stevens, Waller, Wilmer-Davis|
|Fine Arts 101: Introduction to Art||3||ARTS||Appreciation of various visual art forms; emphasis on contemporary period.||Stephenson|
|History 105: The Roots of Contemporary Issues||3||ROOT||Foundational first-year course that explores the deep historical roots of global contemporary issues relevant to students' lives in the 21st century.||Community-Duncan Dunn, Gannon-Goldsworthy, Global Scholars, Honors, McCroskey, Northside, Olympia, Orton, Regents, Rogers, Scott-Coman, Stephenson, Stevens, Stimson, Streit-Perham, Waller, Wilmer-Davis|
|Human Development 101: Human Development Across the Lifespan||3||SSCI||Overview of lifespan development from a psychosocial ecological perspective; individuals, families, organizations, and communities and their interrelationships.||Gannon-Goldsworthy, Regents, Stimson|
|Human Development 205: Developing Effective Communication and Life Skills||4||COMM||Enhancing interpersonal communication, leadership, and team skills through action-based learning.||Streit-Perham|
|School of the Environment 101: Introduction to Geology||4||PSCI||Introductory physical geology for non-science majors; emphasis on western US.||Streit-Perham|
|School of the Environment 105: Natural Resources and Natural Hazards||3||PSCI||Survey of key natural resources, the physical processes by which nature and society produce those resources, and the processes of related natural hazards.||Gannon-Goldsworthy|
|School of the Environment 110: The Environment, Human Life, and Sustainability||4||BSCI||Interactions between humans and their environment; multidisciplinary introduction to environmental concepts and concerns.||Regents, Stimson|
|Sociology 101: Introduction to Sociology||3||SSCI||Introduction to the discipline of sociology: Concepts and methods used in the inquiry into the social world.||Orton, Rogers|