or permission of the Department Chair

PHYS A102 Introduction to Electromagnetism and Relativity
4.00 crs.

This course is an introduction to the electricity and magnetism culminating in an elementary treatment of Maxwell’s equations. Einstein’s special relativity is also discussed.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or permission of the Department Chair
PHYS A104 Electricity and Magnetism Lab
1.00 crs.

This is a laboratory course illustrating concepts and phenomena in electricity and magnetism. It is intended for students enrolled in Introduction to EM and Relativity (PHYS A102). Lab fee: $50

Prerequisite
Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or permission of the Department Chair
CHEM A106 General Chemistry II Lecture
3.00 crs.

This course is a continuation of CHEM A105.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or permission of the Department Chair
BIOL A108 Biology of Organisms
3.00 crs.

This course compares the functional biology of microbes, plants, and animals focusing on morphology, physiology, reproduction, development and natural history.

 

or permission of the Department Chair, Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites
BIOL A108 Biology of Organisms
3.00 crs.

This course compares the functional biology of microbes, plants, and animals focusing on morphology, physiology, reproduction, development and natural history.

 

or permission of the Department Chair, Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites
CHEM A108 General Chemistry II Laboratory
1.00 crs.

This lab involves experiments to accompany General Chemistry II Lecture and includes qualitative analysis.  Lab fee $100.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or permission of the Department Chair
BIOL A109 Biology of Organisms Lab
1.00 crs.

This course examines the diversity of life through field trips, demonstrations, dissections, and experimental activities. Form and function of microbes, plants, and animals are compared to demonstrate how organisms have adapted to their environments. Lab fee $100.
 

or permission of the Department Chair, Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites
Corequisites:
BIOL A109 Biology of Organisms Lab
1.00 crs.

This course examines the diversity of life through field trips, demonstrations, dissections, and experimental activities. Form and function of microbes, plants, and animals are compared to demonstrate how organisms have adapted to their environments. Lab fee $100.
 

or permission of the Department Chair, Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites
Corequisites:
MATH A257 Calculus I
4.00 crs.

This is a beginning course in the calculus of one variable and analytic geometry. The concept of limits and their use in differential and integral calculus, max and min values of functions, and solving for areas and volumes are treated.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or placement, or permission of the Department Chair
CHEM A300 Organic Chemistry I Lecture
3.00 crs.

In this first semester organic course, students learn the concepts and skills necessary to have a strong foundation in organic chemistry. This course includes: drawing, visualizing, and describing in words the bonding motifs and interactions in organic chemistry; showing how acid base chemistry relates to structure and reactions; applying kinetics and thermodynamics to reactions; showing the mechanistic path for reactions and applying these concepts to functional groups.

or permission of the Department Chair
THEA M480 Senior Colloquium
1.00 crs.

The Senior Colloquium is designed to guide the senior through their senior year.  This course will give guidance in career planning to assist the graduating senior.  As part of career development the Department requires a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis prior to graduation. The course is the planning stage for a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis which is then present the following term.

or permission of the Department Chair, Any of the prerequisites are accepted
THEA M480 Senior Colloquium
1.00 crs.

The Senior Colloquium is designed to guide the senior through their senior year.  This course will give guidance in career planning to assist the graduating senior.  As part of career development the Department requires a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis prior to graduation. The course is the planning stage for a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis which is then present the following term.

or permission of the Department Chair, Any of the prerequisites are accepted
THEA M480 Senior Colloquium
1.00 crs.

The Senior Colloquium is designed to guide the senior through their senior year.  This course will give guidance in career planning to assist the graduating senior.  As part of career development the Department requires a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis prior to graduation. The course is the planning stage for a comprehensive Senior Project Thesis which is then present the following term.

or permission of the Department Chair, Any of the prerequisites are accepted
THEA M490 Senior Project
1.00 crs.

Senior Project is a capstone project for graduating seniors. See the senior project handbook for guidelines. 

or permission of the Department Chair