Course Catalog and Schedule
Summer Session courses are now available in the course schedule.
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General Education Program (GEP) Courses
View the lists of Summer 2018 courses by GEP requirement satisfied (the course list is subject to change; please use the Course Schedule Search tool above for the most up to date course listing).
- Global Knowledge
- Health/Exercise Studies
- Interdisciplinary Perspectives
- Mathematical Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Social Sciences
- U.S. Diversity
- Visual & Performing Arts
Want to reward and engage your mind this summer? Enroll in a Maymester course: where academic innovation and intensive engagement meet student success. Maymester is a three-week session taken in May for students who would like an alternative to taking courses during the summer sessions and regular academic year.
Why Maymester Courses?
- To re-develop existing or to develop new courses which are intellectually focused and/or immersive for a consolidated time frame and format.
- To provide an educational experience that is rewarding, engaging, compelling, creative and rigorous.
- To engage tenure and tenure-track faculty and students in an intensive, high-impact educational experience.
- To enable students to make progress toward degree requirements, to expand their intellectual life, and/or to prepare for study abroad, research or other academic experiences.
2018 Maymester Courses Descriptions
|Course||Course Title||Instructor||Course Fulfills:|
|AEE 495||Interdisciplinary Agriculture||McKee|
|AFS 248||Survey of African-American Literature||Dudley||GEP Humanities, GEP US Diversity, College Literature II|
|ANS 105||Introduction to Companion Animal Science||Ange-Van Heugten||GEP Natural Sciences|
|ANT 422||Forensic Anthropology Crime Scene Investigation Field Methods||Juarez||College Social Sciences (Not a GEP Social Sciences Course)|
|ANT 522||Forensic Anthropology Crime Scene Investigation Field Methods||Juarez||College Social Sciences (Not a GEP Social Sciences Course)|
|ARC 590||Portfolio Workshop||Allen|
|ARE 495||Rural Economic Development||Harrison|
|COM 289||Science Communication and Public Engagment||Binder/Goodwin||GEP Social Sciences, GEP Humanities, GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Choose One)|
|COM 292||Language, Communication, and Culture||Romo||GEP Social Sciences, GEP US Diversity|
|EDP 304||Educational Psychology||Nietfeld||GEP Social Sciences|
|ENG 248||Survey of African-American Literature||Dudley||GEP Humanities, GEP US Diversity, College Literature II|
|ENG 282||Introduction to Film||Johnston||GEP Global Knowledge, GEP Visual & Performing Arts, College Arts & Letters|
|ENG 342||Literature of Space and Place||Rieder||GEP Humanities, Interdisciplinary Perspectives, US Diversity, College Literature II|
|ENG 376||Science Fiction||Fyfe||GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives, College Literature II|
|ENG 382||Film and Literature||Gelley||GEP Global Knowledge, GEP Visual & Performing Arts, College Literature II|
|GC 120||Foundations of Graphics||Fahrer||GEP Visual & Performing Arts|
|HESF 279||Yoga I||Belk||GEP Health and Exercise Studies|
|HI 498||History and Memory||Friend|
|HI 563||Confederate Monuments in NC History & Politics||Friend|
|MIE 480||Business Policy and Strategy||Young|
|MLS 501||Seminar in Liberal Studies, "Collection, Collectors, and Collecting"||Garval|
|PHI 205||Introduction to Philosophy||Driscoll||GEP Humanities, College Philosophy|
|PS 313||Criminal Justice Policy||Greene||GEP US Diversity|
|REL 210||Religious Traditions of the World||McLaughlin||GEP Global Knowledge, GEP Humanities, College Arts & Letters|
|SW 260||Introduction to Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Field of Practice||Bullock||GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives, GEP US Diversity|
|TE 533||Lean Six Sigma Quality||Jasper/Godfrey|
|TT 533||Lean Six Sigma Quality||Jasper/Godfrey|
|TTM 533||Lean Six Sigma Quality||Jasper/Godfrey|