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ACCT 2301 01 TRA
Principles of Financial Accounting
Open
M. Langford
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT 2301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Analysis, accumulation and use of ac-counting data in business; fundamental procedures and records used in proprietorships, partnerships and corporation accounting; preparation of financial statements; use of accounting in planning and controlling business activities.
Instructor
Michael Langford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 3
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ACCT 2301 W1 WEB
Principles of Financial Accounting
Open
M. Langford
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT 2301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Analysis, accumulation and use of ac-counting data in business; fundamental procedures and records used in proprietorships, partnerships and corporation accounting; preparation of financial statements; use of accounting in planning and controlling business activities.
Instructor
Michael Langford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ACCT 2302 01 TRA
Managerial Accounting
Open
M. Langford
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Managerial Accounting
ACCT 2302 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of ACCT 2301. An introduction to managerial accounting; cost accounting; uses of budgets; cost volume profit analysis; responsibility accounting; capital budgeting; analysis of financial reports.
Instructor
Michael Langford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 3
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ACCT 2302 W1 WEB
Managerial Accounting
Open
M. Langford
Managerial Accounting
ACCT 2302 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of ACCT 2301. An introduction to managerial accounting; cost accounting; uses of budgets; cost volume profit analysis; responsibility accounting; capital budgeting; analysis of financial reports.
Instructor
Michael Langford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1301 01 TRA
Art Appreciation
Open
A. Melde
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This is a course on the appreciation of art. The content is based on looking at works of art. The objective of this is to broaden and enlighten the cultural background of the student. Art Appreciation is required for all art majors. Elementary Education and various other degree majors should consult the catalog of the four-year institution to which you intend to transfer.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227B
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1301 02 TRA
Art Appreciation
Open
A. Melde
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This is a course on the appreciation of art. The content is based on looking at works of art. The objective of this is to broaden and enlighten the cultural background of the student. Art Appreciation is required for all art majors. Elementary Education and various other degree majors should consult the catalog of the four-year institution to which you intend to transfer.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227B
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1301 03 TRA
Art Appreciation
Open
A. Melde
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This is a course on the appreciation of art. The content is based on looking at works of art. The objective of this is to broaden and enlighten the cultural background of the student. Art Appreciation is required for all art majors. Elementary Education and various other degree majors should consult the catalog of the four-year institution to which you intend to transfer.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227B
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1301 W1 WEB
Art Appreciation
Open
A. Melde
Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This is a course on the appreciation of art. The content is based on looking at works of art. The objective of this is to broaden and enlighten the cultural background of the student. Art Appreciation is required for all art majors. Elementary Education and various other degree majors should consult the catalog of the four-year institution to which you intend to transfer.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1301 W2 WEB
Art Appreciation
Open
A. Melde
Art Appreciation
ARTS 1301 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This is a course on the appreciation of art. The content is based on looking at works of art. The objective of this is to broaden and enlighten the cultural background of the student. Art Appreciation is required for all art majors. Elementary Education and various other degree majors should consult the catalog of the four-year institution to which you intend to transfer.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1311 01 TRA
Design I
Open
A. Melde
M W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
2:00pm
Design I
ARTS 1311 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An introduction to the fundamental terminology, concepts, theory, and application of two-dimensional design.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
M W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1312 01 TRA
Design II
Open
A. Melde
M W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
2:00pm
Design II
ARTS 1312 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An introduction to the fundamental terminology, concepts, theory, and application of three-dimensional design.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
M W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1316 01 TRA
Drawing I
Open
A. Melde
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Drawing I
ARTS 1316 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Drawing I (3,3,3). A fundamental course investigating a variety of media, techniques and subjects, exploring perceptual and descriptive possibilities. Emphasis is placed on visual perceptions and final works ready for exhibit.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:14
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 1317 01 TRA
Drawing II
6 Left
A. Melde
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Drawing II
ARTS 1317 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Expansion of Drawing I stressing the expression and conceptual aspects of drawing to solve total compositional problems with various drawing mediums."
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:6
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 2316 01 TRA
Painting I
Open
A. Melde
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Painting I
ARTS 2316 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Studio art course that introduces the fundamental principles, materials, and techniques of painting.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 2317 01 TRA
Painting II
8 Left
A. Melde
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Painting II
ARTS 2317 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Studio art course that furthers the study of the principles, materials, and techniques of painting.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:8
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 2326 01 TRA
Sculpture I
6 Left
TBA
M
6:00pm – 9:20pm
6:00pm
Sculpture I
ARTS 2326 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A studio art course that introduces the materials, processes, and issues pertaining to the making of three-dimensional objects and environments. The course explores the use of varied materials and techniques along with the formal and conceptual principles that form the basis of contemporary sculpture.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:6
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 127
M
6:00pm – 9:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ARTS 2366 01 TRA
Water Color I
Open
A. Melde
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Water Color I
ARTS 2366 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Studio art course that introduces the fundamental principles, materials, and techniques of watercolor and other water-based media.
Instructor
Angela Melde
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:18
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 227A
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BCIS 1305 01 TRA
Business Computer Applications
Open
T. McDonald
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Business Computer Applications
BCIS 1305 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the Internet. *ONLINE CLASS ONLY: Must have a computer with Windows OS. Tests will be administered in the TC Testing Center (Unless administered by a pre-approved proctor outside of the Texarkana area).
Instructor
Theresa McDonald
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 14
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BCIS 1305 02 TRA
Business Computer Applications
Open
D. Kinsey
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Business Computer Applications
BCIS 1305 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the Internet. *ONLINE CLASS ONLY: Must have a computer with Windows OS. Tests will be administered in the TC Testing Center (Unless administered by a pre-approved proctor outside of the Texarkana area).
Instructor
Dianna Kinsey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 15
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BCIS 1305 W1 WEB
Business Computer Applications
Open
D. Kinsey
Business Computer Applications
BCIS 1305 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the Internet. *ONLINE CLASS ONLY: Must have a computer with Windows OS. Tests will be administered in the TC Testing Center (Unless administered by a pre-approved proctor outside of the Texarkana area).
Instructor
Dianna Kinsey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1106 51 TRA
Biology for Science Majors I Lab
Open
M. Storey
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Biology for Science Majors I Lab
BIOL 1106 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies Biology 1306, Biology for Science Majors I. Laboratory activities will reinforce the lecture class. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1306.
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1107 51 TRA
Biology for Science Majors II Lab
Open
S. Rice
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
7:30pm
Biology for Science Majors II Lab
BIOL 1107 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Science Majors II (lab) (1,0,3) This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 1307. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1307
Instructor
Sybil Rice
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1107 H51 HYB
Biology for Science Majors II Lab
Open
M. Storey
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Biology for Science Majors II Lab
BIOL 1107 H51 HYB – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Science Majors II (lab) (1,0,3) This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 1307. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1307
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1109 51 TRA
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
Open
H. Robinson
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
BIOL 1109 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 1309. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1309
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 51
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1109 52 TRA
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
Open
H. Robinson
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
BIOL 1109 52 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 1309. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1309
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 51
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1109 W51 WEB
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
Open
M. Storey
Biology for Non-Science Majors II Lab
BIOL 1109 W51 WEB – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 1309. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 1309
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1306 01 TRA
Biology for Science Majors I
Open
M. Storey
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Biology for Science Majors I
BIOL 1306 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Science Majors I (lecture) (3,3,0). An integrated approach to cell and molecular biology with emphasis on biological chemistry, cell structure and function, genetics and evolutionary theory. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1106. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of the TSI test.
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1307 01 TRA
Biology for Science Majors II
Open
M. Storey
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Biology for Science Majors II
BIOL 1307 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 1306. An integrated study of structure and function in biological populations. Includes organismal diversity and physiological aspects of transport, nutrition, gas exchange, communication, reproduction and development. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1107. Prerequisite: BIOL 1306 and successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1307 02 TRA
Biology for Science Majors II
Open
S. Rice
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Biology for Science Majors II
BIOL 1307 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 1306. An integrated study of structure and function in biological populations. Includes organismal diversity and physiological aspects of transport, nutrition, gas exchange, communication, reproduction and development. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1107. Prerequisite: BIOL 1306 and successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Sybil Rice
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1309 01 TRA
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
Open
H. Robinson
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1309 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lecture) (3,3,0). The process and methods of science applied to understanding biological concepts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and community levels. Human systems, nutrition, development, homeostasis, genetics, evolutionary principles and ecology will be stressed with application to contemporary issues in human health and the environment. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1109
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1309 02 TRA
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
Open
H. Robinson
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1309 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lecture) (3,3,0). The process and methods of science applied to understanding biological concepts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and community levels. Human systems, nutrition, development, homeostasis, genetics, evolutionary principles and ecology will be stressed with application to contemporary issues in human health and the environment. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1109
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 51
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1309 03 TRA
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
Open
H. Robinson
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1309 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lecture) (3,3,0). The process and methods of science applied to understanding biological concepts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and community levels. Human systems, nutrition, development, homeostasis, genetics, evolutionary principles and ecology will be stressed with application to contemporary issues in human health and the environment. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1109
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1309 O1 OOS
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
Open
H. Robinson
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1309 O1 OOS – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lecture) (3,3,0). The process and methods of science applied to understanding biological concepts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and community levels. Human systems, nutrition, development, homeostasis, genetics, evolutionary principles and ecology will be stressed with application to contemporary issues in human health and the environment. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1109
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1309 W1 WEB
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
Open
M. Storey
Biology for Non-Science Majors II
BIOL 1309 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Biology for Non-Science Majors II (lecture) (3,3,0). The process and methods of science applied to understanding biological concepts at the molecular, cellular, organismal and community levels. Human systems, nutrition, development, homeostasis, genetics, evolutionary principles and ecology will be stressed with application to contemporary issues in human health and the environment. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 1109
Instructor
Mark Storey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 1322 W1 WEB
Nutrition
Open
C. Howard
Nutrition
BIOL 1322 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Nutrition and Diet Therapy I (3,3,0). A detailed study of the science of food and its effect on human biology. The course is structured around the six major nutrient classes--carbohydrates, lipids, protein, vitamins, minerals, water. The action and interaction of these substances are explored in relation to health and disease. In addition students examine the processing of these nutrients by the body including digestion, absorption, metabolic pathways, and excretion. Menu planning is also discussed as is weight control and fitness.
Instructor
Catherine Howard
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 51 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
M. Smith
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 52 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
K. Grisham
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
7:30pm
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 52 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 53 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
K. Crane
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 53 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 54 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
K. Crane
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 54 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 55 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
M. Smith
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 55 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 56 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
K. Grisham
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 56 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2101 57 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
Open
K. Crane
T
2:00pm – 4:50pm
2:00pm
Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2101 57 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory I (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2301
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 33
T
2:00pm – 4:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 51 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
K. Grisham
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 52 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
D. Johnson
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 52 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 53 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
K. Grisham
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 53 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 54 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
D. Johnson
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
7:30pm
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 54 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 55 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
D. Johnson
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 55 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2102 56 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
Open
K. Crane
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 2102 56 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory II (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2301. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2302
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2120 51 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
Open
R. Laird
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
BIOL 2120 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2320. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2320
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2120 52 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
Open
H. Robinson
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
BIOL 2120 52 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2320. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2320
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2120 53 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
Open
R. Laird
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
7:30pm
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
BIOL 2120 53 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2320. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2320
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2120 54 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
Open
R. Laird
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
BIOL 2120 54 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2320. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2320
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2120 55 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
Open
R. Laird
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Microbiology for Non-Science MajorsLab
BIOL 2120 55 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab) (1,0,3). This laboratory-based course accompanies BIOL 2320. Pre-/Co-requisite: BIOL 2320
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 01 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Grisham
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 14
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 02 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Crane
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 36
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 03 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Grisham
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 36
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 04 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Grisham
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 36
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 05 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Grisham
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 05 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 36
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 W1 WEB
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Crane
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2301 X1 HFX
Anatomy & Physiology I
Open
K. Grisham
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2301 X1 HFX – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, integument, muscular-skeletal, and nervous systems. Prior completion of CHEM 1305 is strongly recommended. Recommended co-requisite: BIOL 2101. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Karin Grisham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 36
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2302 01 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II
Open
D. Johnson
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2302 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 2301. Includes the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems, immunity and fluid-electrolyte/acid base balance. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2102. Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and successful completion of the required TSI test or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2302 02 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II
Open
D. Johnson
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2302 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 2301. Includes the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems, immunity and fluid-electrolyte/acid base balance. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2102. Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and successful completion of the required TSI test or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 14
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2302 03 TRA
Anatomy & Physiology II
Open
D. Johnson
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2302 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 2301. Includes the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems, immunity and fluid-electrolyte/acid base balance. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2102. Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and successful completion of the required TSI test or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 40
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2302 W1 WEB
Anatomy & Physiology II
Open
K. Crane
Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2302 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 2301. Includes the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems, immunity and fluid-electrolyte/acid base balance. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2102. Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and successful completion of the required TSI test or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2302 X1 HFX
Anatomy & Physiology II
Open
D. Johnson
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2302 X1 HFX – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of BIOL 2301. Includes the gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems, immunity and fluid-electrolyte/acid base balance. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2102. Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and successful completion of the required TSI test or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Denise Johnson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 53
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2320 01 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
Open
R. Laird
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
BIOL 2320 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture) (3,3,0). The morphology, physiology, and classification of microorganisms and their relationship to health, medicine, immunology and biotechnology. Laboratory study emphasizes standard microbiology procedures. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2120
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2320 02 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
Open
R. Laird
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
BIOL 2320 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture) (3,3,0). The morphology, physiology, and classification of microorganisms and their relationship to health, medicine, immunology and biotechnology. Laboratory study emphasizes standard microbiology procedures. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2120
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2320 03 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
Open
R. Laird
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
BIOL 2320 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture) (3,3,0). The morphology, physiology, and classification of microorganisms and their relationship to health, medicine, immunology and biotechnology. Laboratory study emphasizes standard microbiology procedures. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2120
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2320 04 TRA
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
Open
H. Robinson
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
BIOL 2320 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture) (3,3,0). The morphology, physiology, and classification of microorganisms and their relationship to health, medicine, immunology and biotechnology. Laboratory study emphasizes standard microbiology procedures. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2120
Instructor
Holley Robinson
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Biology new
Room 38
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
BIOL 2320 W1 WEB
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
Open
R. Laird
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors
BIOL 2320 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture) (3,3,0). The morphology, physiology, and classification of microorganisms and their relationship to health, medicine, immunology and biotechnology. Laboratory study emphasizes standard microbiology procedures. Recommended co-requisite BIOL 2120
Instructor
Robert Laird
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
BUSI 2301 01 TRA
Business Law
Open
D. Lashford
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Business Law
BUSI 2301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The development of nature and source of law, general principles of the law of contracts, sales, product warranty, commercial paper, agency and business organizations. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
Instructor
David Lashford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
BUSI 2301 02 TRA
Business Law
Open
D. Lashford
M
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Business Law
BUSI 2301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The development of nature and source of law, general principles of the law of contracts, sales, product warranty, commercial paper, agency and business organizations. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
Instructor
David Lashford
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
M
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CDEC 1317 H1 HYB
Child Development Associate Training I
Open
D. Strickland
T
5:30pm – 6:20pm
5:30pm
Child Development Associate Training I
CDEC 1317 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Based on the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). Three of the 13 functional areas of study include family, program management and professionalism. Topics on CDA overview, general observation skills, and child growth and development overview.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
T
5:30pm – 6:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
CDEC 2322 H1 HYB
Child Development Associate Training II
Open
D. Strickland
T
6:30pm – 7:20pm
6:30pm
Child Development Associate Training II
CDEC 2322 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). The six functional areas of study include safe, healthy, learning environment, self, social, and guidance.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
T
6:30pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
CDEC 2324 W1 WEB
Child Development Associate Training III
Open
D. Strickland
Child Development Associate Training III
CDEC 2324 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). The four functional areas of study are creative, cognitive, physical, and communication. Prerequisite/Corequiste: CDEC 1317 and 2322.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
CDEC 2326 O1 OOS
Administration of Programs for Children I
Open
L. Jennings
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Administration of Programs for Children I
CDEC 2326 O1 OOS – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A practical application of management procedures for early care and education programs, including a study of operating, supervising, and evaluating programs. Topics on philosophy, types of programs, policies, fiscal management, regulations, staffing, evaluation, and communication. Prerequisite: Six hours of child development course work or advisor approval.
Instructor
Linda Jennings
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CDEC 2387 H1 HYB
Internship
Open
D. Strickland
M
6:00pm – 6:50pm
6:00pm
Internship
CDEC 2387 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An experience external to the college for an advanced student in a specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. May be repeated if topics and outcomes vary.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
M
6:00pm – 6:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1105 H51 HYB
Introductory Chemistry I Lab
Open
C. Howard
W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
2:00pm
Introductory Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 1105 H51 HYB – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introductory Chemistry I (lab) (1,0,3). Basic laboratory experiments supporting theoretical principles presented in CHEM 1305. Pre-/Co-requisite: CHEM 1305
Instructor
Catherine Howard
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 37
W
2:00pm – 3:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1111 51 TRA
General Chemistry I Lab
Open
M. Smith
W
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1:00pm
General Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 1111 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
General Chemistry I (lab) (1,0,3). Basic laboratory experiments supporting theoretical principles presented in CHEM 1311. Pre-/Co-requisite: CHEM 1311
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 34
W
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1112 51 TRA
General Chemistry II Lab
Open
M. Smith
R
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1:00pm
General Chemistry II Lab
CHEM 1112 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
General Chemistry II (lab) (1,0,3). Basic laboratory experiments supporting theoretical principles presented in CHEM 1312. Pre-/Co-requisite: CHEM 1312
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 34
R
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1305 H1 HYB
Introductory Chemistry I
Open
C. Howard
W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Introductory Chemistry I
CHEM 1305 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introductory Chemistry I (lecture) (3,3,0). A survey of chemistry including the metric system, scientific method, physical properties of matter, atomic structure, ionic and covalent bonding, naming of compounds, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, liquids, solids, solutions, equilibrium, acid-based theory, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and a brief survey of functional groups of organic molecules and biomolecules. Recommended co-requisite: CHEM 1105
Instructor
Catherine Howard
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1311 01 TRA
General Chemistry I
Open
M. Smith
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
General Chemistry I
CHEM 1311 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
General Chemistry I (lecture) (3,3,0). Fundamental principles of theoretical and applied chemistry, stoichiometry, atomic structure, periodic arrangement of elements, ionic and covalent bonding, gases, liquids, and solids. Prerequisite: College Algebra (MATH 1314). Recommended co-requisite: CHEM 1111
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 1312 01 TRA
General Chemistry II
Open
M. Smith
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
General Chemistry II
CHEM 1312 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
General Chemistry II (lecture) (3,3,0). Fundamental principles of theoretical and applied chemistry. Topics of study include acid-based theory, kinetics, equilibrium, thermochemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, qualitative analysis, and introduction to organic and biochemistry. Prerequisite: CHEM 1311 or the permission of the instructor. Recommended co-requisite: CHEM 1112
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 2125 51 TRA
Organic Chemistry II Lab
Open
M. Smith
T
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1:00pm
Organic Chemistry II Lab
CHEM 2125 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Organic Chemistry II (lab) (1,0,5). Basic laboratory experiments supporting theoretical principles presented in CHEM 2325. Pre-/Co-requisite: CHEM 2325.
Instructor
Monica Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 30
T
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
CHEM 2325 01 TRA
Organic Chemistry II
Open
C. Howard
R
12:30pm – 3:30pm
12:30pm
Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 2325 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Organic Chemistry II (lecture) (3,3,0). The classification, structure, nomenclature, methods of preparation, and standard reactions of carboxylic acids, sulfonic acids, amines, diazonium salts, aldehydes, ketones, carbohydrates, proteins, polyhydroxy compounds, heterocyclic compounds, and their derivatives. Prerequisite: CHEM 2323. Recommended co-requisite: CHEM 2125.
Instructor
Catherine Howard
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 15
R
12:30pm – 3:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 1307 W1 WEB
Introduction to Mass Communications
Open
L. Bailey
Introduction to Mass Communications
COMM 1307 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is a lecture class on the history of the world's communications, beginning with cavemen drawings on cave walls and continuing through the invention of the Internet. Also covered are the histories of newspapers, magazines, recordings, radio, television, movies, and the Internet. Students are not members of the TC News staff.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 1318 W1 WEB
Photography I
Open
L. Bailey
Photography I
COMM 1318 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introduction to the basics of photography, including techniques and equipment operation.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 1335 W1 WEB
Introduction to Electronic Media
Open
L. Bailey
Introduction to Electronic Media
COMM 1335 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An overview of the development, regulation, economics, social impact, and industry practices in electronic media.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 2305 W1 WEB
Editing & Layout
Open
L. Bailey
Editing & Layout
COMM 2305 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Editing and layout processes, with emphasis on accuracy and fairness, including the principles and techniques of design. Prerequisite: COMM 2311 or consent of instructor.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 2311 W1 WEB
Media Writing
Open
L. Bailey
Media Writing
COMM 2311 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Fundamentals of writing for the mass media. Includes instruction in professional methods and techniques for gathering, processing, and delivering content. This course is a prerequisite for COMM 1318, 2305, 2315.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COMM 2315 W1 WEB
News Reporting
Open
L. Bailey
News Reporting
COMM 2315 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course focuses on advanced news-gathering and writing skills. It concentrates on the three-part process of producing news stories: discovering the news, reporting the news, and writing the news in different formats. Prerequisite: COMM 2311.
Instructor
Laronda Bailey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
COSC 1337 01 TRA
Programming Fundamentals II
Open
T. McDonald
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Programming Fundamentals II
COSC 1337 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course focuses on the object-oriented programming paradigm, emphasizing the definition and use of classes along with fundamentals of object-oriented design. The course includes basic analysis of algorithms, searching and sorting techniques, and an introduction to software engineering processes. Students will apply techniques for testing and debugging software. (This course is included in the Field of Study Curriculum for Computer Science.) Prerequisite: COSC 1336.
Instructor
Theresa McDonald
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 14
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
CRIJ 1301 01 TRA
Introduction to Criminal Studies
Open
S. Gass
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Introduction to Criminal Studies
CRIJ 1301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
History, philosophy, and development of the criminal justice system; crime defined. Its nature and impact; overview of criminal justice system; law enforcement; prosecution and defense; court system; trial process; corrections.
Instructor
Stephen Gass
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 14
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
CRIJ 1306 01 TRA
Court Systems & Practices
Open
S. Gass
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Court Systems & Practices
CRIJ 1306 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The judiciary in the criminal justice system; structure of the American court system; prosecution; right to counsel; pretrial release; grand juries; adjudication process; types and rules of evidence; sentencing.
Instructor
Stephen Gass
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 14
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
CRIJ 1310 W1 WEB
Fundamentals of Criminal Law
Open
S. Gass
Fundamentals of Criminal Law
CRIJ 1310 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the nature of criminal law; philosophical and historical development; major definitions and concepts; classification of crimes; elements of crime and penalties using Texas statutes as illustrations; criminal responsibility.
Instructor
Stephen Gass
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
CRIJ 2328 W1 WEB
Police Systems & Practices
Open
S. Gass
Police Systems & Practices
CRIJ 2328 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The Law Enforcement profession; organization of law enforcement systems; the police role; police discretion; ethics; police-community interaction; current and future issues.
Instructor
Stephen Gass
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
DRAM 1310 W1 WEB
Theater Appreciation
Open
C. Cooper
Theater Appreciation
DRAM 1310 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A general survey of the major fields of dramatic art examined through historical perspective. Emphasis is placed on the various types and styles of plays, playwrights, elementary theory and practice of acting and directing, scenery and staging techniques, design, lighting and costuming. This course is for drama majors and non-majors, and satisfies the Fine Arts Humanities requirements.
Instructor
Charles Cooper
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ECON 2301 H1 HYB
Principles of Macroeconomics
Open
S. Rivas
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An analysis of the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, national income, inflation, and unemployment. Other topics include international trade, economic growth, business cycles, and fiscal policy and monetary policy.
Instructor
Samuel Rivas
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ECON 2301 W1 WEB
Principles of Macroeconomics
Open
S. Rivas
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An analysis of the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, national income, inflation, and unemployment. Other topics include international trade, economic growth, business cycles, and fiscal policy and monetary policy.
Instructor
Samuel Rivas
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ECON 2302 H1 HYB
Principles of Microeconomics
Open
S. Rivas
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 2302 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Analysis of the behavior of individual economic agents, including consumer behavior and demand, producer behavior and supply, price and output decisions by firms under various market structures, factor markets, market failures, and international trade.
Instructor
Samuel Rivas
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ECON 2302 W1 WEB
Principles of Microeconomics
Open
S. Rivas
Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 2302 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Analysis of the behavior of individual economic agents, including consumer behavior and demand, producer behavior and supply, price and output decisions by firms under various market structures, factor markets, market failures, and international trade.
Instructor
Samuel Rivas
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
EDUC 1301 H1 HYB
Introduction to the Teaching Profession
Open
M. Allen
T
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Introduction to the Teaching Profession
EDUC 1301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introduction to and analysis of the culture of schooling and classrooms. Includes opportunities to observe in P-12 classrooms.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
T
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
EDUC 1301 H2 HYB
Introduction to the Teaching Profession
Open
M. Allen
W
4:30pm – 5:50pm
4:30pm
Introduction to the Teaching Profession
EDUC 1301 H2 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introduction to and analysis of the culture of schooling and classrooms. Includes opportunities to observe in P-12 classrooms.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
W
4:30pm – 5:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
EDUC 2301 H1 HYB
Introduction to Special Populations
Open
M. Allen
W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Introduction to Special Populations
EDUC 2301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An enriched, integrated pre-service course and content experience that: 1. provides an overview of schooling and classrooms from the perspectives of language, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnic and academic diversity, and equity, with an emphasis on factors that facilitate learning; 2. provides students with opportunities to participate in early field observations of P-12 special populations; 3. should be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards; 4. must include a minimum of 16 contact hours of field experience in P-12 classrooms with special populations; and 5. pre-requisite for this course is EDUC 1301.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0030 01 TRA
TSI English
Open
M. Jones
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
TSI English
ENGL 0030 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This non-course-based option is an intensive review of literary analysis, main idea and supporting details, inferences in texts, author's use of language, essay revision, agreement, sentence structure, and sentence logic. The NCBO is designed to improve placement scores for advancement into a higher-level English course, and anyone who places below or into developmental English based on TSI scores may take the NCBO. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Students do not receive any credit for the course.
Instructor
Melisa Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Physical Sciences Building
Room 8
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0041 01 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
Open
A. Mitchell
M W F
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
ENGL 0041 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a student's critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus of the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. Successful completion of the course with a C or higher allows the student to advance to English 0042. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:18
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M W F
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0041 02 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
Open
A. Mitchell
T R F
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
ENGL 0041 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a student's critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus of the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. Successful completion of the course with a C or higher allows the student to advance to English 0042. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:18
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
T R F
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0041 03 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
Open
T. Baker
T
6:00pm – 9:50pm
6:00pm
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing I
ENGL 0041 03 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a student's critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus of the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. Successful completion of the course with a C or higher allows the student to advance to English 0042. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Tricia Baker
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:18
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T
6:00pm – 9:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0042 HP1 HYB
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
Open
A. Mitchell
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
ENGL 0042 HP1 HYB – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a students' critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus on the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. This course fulfills TSI requirements for reading and writing if a student makes a C or higher in the course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students may take this course in a stand-alone version or as part of a co-requisite model with English 1301. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: English 1301 paired section.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0042 P1 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
Open
V. Shirley
M W F
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
ENGL 0042 P1 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a students' critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus on the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. This course fulfills TSI requirements for reading and writing if a student makes a C or higher in the course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students may take this course in a stand-alone version or as part of a co-requisite model with English 1301. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: English 1301 paired section.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
M W F
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0042 P2 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
T R F
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
ENGL 0042 P2 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a students' critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus on the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. This course fulfills TSI requirements for reading and writing if a student makes a C or higher in the course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students may take this course in a stand-alone version or as part of a co-requisite model with English 1301. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: English 1301 paired section.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T R F
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0042 P3 TRA
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
Open
A. Mitchell
W
6:00pm – 9:50pm
6:00pm
Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing II
ENGL 0042 P3 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This developmental course is a combined lecture/lab, performance-based course designed to develop a students' critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus on the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates preparation in basic academic reading skills with basic skills in writing in a variety of academic essays. This course has a required lab component. This course fulfills TSI requirements for reading and writing if a student makes a C or higher in the course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students may take this course in a stand-alone version or as part of a co-requisite model with English 1301. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: English 1301 paired section.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
W
6:00pm – 9:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0050 01 TRA
Base NCBO English
Open
A. Mitchell
M W
2:00pm – 3:00pm
2:00pm
Base NCBO English
ENGL 0050 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This BASE NCBO focuses on integration of critical reading and academic writing skills. This intervention is for students assessed at BASE levels 3-4 and is part of a student's co-enrollment (co- requisite) as a mainstreamed intensifier providing contact hours for additional, just-in-time instructional support for the student's success in the developmental IRW course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: ENGL 0041.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M W
2:00pm – 3:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0050 02 TRA
Base NCBO English
Open
A. Mitchell
T R
11:00am – 12:00pm
11:00am
Base NCBO English
ENGL 0050 02 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This BASE NCBO focuses on integration of critical reading and academic writing skills. This intervention is for students assessed at BASE levels 3-4 and is part of a student's co-enrollment (co- requisite) as a mainstreamed intensifier providing contact hours for additional, just-in-time instructional support for the student's success in the developmental IRW course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: ENGL 0041.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
T R
11:00am – 12:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0050 03 TRA
Base NCBO English
Open
T. Baker
T
5:00pm – 6:00pm
5:00pm
Base NCBO English
ENGL 0050 03 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This BASE NCBO focuses on integration of critical reading and academic writing skills. This intervention is for students assessed at BASE levels 3-4 and is part of a student's co-enrollment (co- requisite) as a mainstreamed intensifier providing contact hours for additional, just-in-time instructional support for the student's success in the developmental IRW course. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: ENGL 0041.
Instructor
Tricia Baker
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T
5:00pm – 6:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 0060 O1 OOS
NCBO for Writing
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
M W
2:00pm – 3:00pm
2:00pm
NCBO for Writing
ENGL 0060 O1 OOS – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This NCBO focuses on integration of critical reading and academic writing skills. Successful completion of this intervention fulfills TSI requirements for reading and writing. This intervention is part of the student's co-enrollment (co-requisite) as a mainstreamed intensifier providing contact hours for additional, just-in-time instructional support for the student's success in English 1301. The course is nontransferable and does not count toward an Associate Degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Co-requisite: ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
M W
2:00pm – 3:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 01 TRA
Composition I
8 Left
V. Shirley
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:8
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 02 TRA
Composition I
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 03 TRA
Composition I
8 Left
A. Ritter-Maggio
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:8
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 04 TRA
Composition I
8 Left
A. Mitchell
M
6:00pm – 9:50pm
6:00pm
Composition I
ENGL 1301 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:8
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M
6:00pm – 9:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 05 TRA
Composition I
Open
A. Mitchell
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Composition I
ENGL 1301 05 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 H1 HYB
Composition I
8 Left
A. Mitchell
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:8
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 HP1 HYB
Composition I
Open
A. Mitchell
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 HP1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 P1 TRA
Composition I
Open
V. Shirley
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 P1 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 P2 TRA
Composition I
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Composition I
ENGL 1301 P2 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 P3 TRA
Composition I
Open
A. Mitchell
M
6:00pm – 9:50pm
6:00pm
Composition I
ENGL 1301 P3 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alonza Mitchell
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 206
M
6:00pm – 9:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 W1 WEB
Composition I
Open
V. Shirley
Composition I
ENGL 1301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1301 W2 WEB
Composition I
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
Composition I
ENGL 1301 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Completion of English 0042 with a C or better; Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1302 01 TRA
Composition II
Open
V. Shirley
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Composition II
ENGL 1302 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Composition II (3,3,1). Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1302 02 TRA
Composition II
Open
V. Shirley
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Composition II
ENGL 1302 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Composition II (3,3,1). Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1302 03 TRA
Composition II
Open
A. Ritter-Maggio
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Composition II
ENGL 1302 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Composition II (3,3,1). Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Amanda Ritter-Maggio
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1302 O1 OOS
Composition II
Open
M. Young
T
6:00pm – 9:50pm
6:00pm
Composition II
ENGL 1302 O1 OOS – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Composition II (3,3,1). Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Mary Young
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
T
6:00pm – 9:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 1302 W1 WEB
Composition II
Open
M. Young
Composition II
ENGL 1302 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Composition II (3,3,1). Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ENGL 1301.
Instructor
Mary Young
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 2332 01 TRA
World Literature I
Open
V. Shirley
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
World Literature I
ENGL 2332 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions. Prerequisite: Students taking this course must have satisfactorily completed both semesters of Composition I & II, ENGL 1301 & ENGL 1302, or the equivalent from another college or university and successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ENGL 2332 W1 WEB
World Literature I
Open
V. Shirley
World Literature I
ENGL 2332 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions. Prerequisite: Students taking this course must have satisfactorily completed both semesters of Composition I & II, ENGL 1301 & ENGL 1302, or the equivalent from another college or university and successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Valerie Shirley
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2305 01 TRA
Federal Government
Open
D. Saffel
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Federal Government
GOVT 2305 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Douglas Saffel
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 5
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2305 02 TRA
Federal Government
Open
D. Saffel
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Federal Government
GOVT 2305 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Douglas Saffel
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 5
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2305 H1 HYB
Federal Government
Open
C. Smith
T
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Federal Government
GOVT 2305 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Candy Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 9
T
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2305 W1 WEB
Federal Government
Open
C. Smith
Federal Government
GOVT 2305 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Candy Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:90
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2306 01 TRA
Texas Government
Open
M. Niezgoda
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Texas Government
GOVT 2306 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the Texas constitution, structure and powers of state and local government, federalism and inter-governmental relations, political participation, the election process, public policy, and the political culture of Texas. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Meredith Niezgoda
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 6
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2306 02 TRA
Texas Government
Open
M. Niezgoda
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Texas Government
GOVT 2306 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the Texas constitution, structure and powers of state and local government, federalism and inter-governmental relations, political participation, the election process, public policy, and the political culture of Texas. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Meredith Niezgoda
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 6
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
GOVT 2306 W1 WEB
Texas Government
Open
C. Smith
Texas Government
GOVT 2306 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Origin and development of the Texas constitution, structure and powers of state and local government, federalism and inter-governmental relations, political participation, the election process, public policy, and the political culture of Texas. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Candy Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:90
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1301 01 TRA
United States History I
Open
B. Rowe
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
United States History I
HIST 1301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil War/Reconstruction period. United States History I includes the study of pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, and creation of the federal government. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Beverly Rowe
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 13
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1301 H1 HYB
United States History I
Open
R. Howard
R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
United States History I
HIST 1301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil War/Reconstruction period. United States History I includes the study of pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, and creation of the federal government. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Robert Howard
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 8
R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1301 W1 WEB
United States History I
Open
B. Rowe
United States History I
HIST 1301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil War/Reconstruction period. United States History I includes the study of pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, and creation of the federal government. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Beverly Rowe
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1301 W2 WEB
United States History I
Open
J. Stuart
United States History I
HIST 1301 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil War/Reconstruction period. United States History I includes the study of pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, and creation of the federal government. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
John Stuart
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 01 TRA
United States History II
Open
J. Stuart
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
United States History II
HIST 1302 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
John Stuart
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 10
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 02 TRA
United States History II
Open
J. Stuart
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
United States History II
HIST 1302 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
John Stuart
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 10
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 03 TRA
United States History II
Open
B. Rowe
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
United States History II
HIST 1302 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Beverly Rowe
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 13
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 04 TRA
United States History II
Open
J. Pappas
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
United States History II
HIST 1302 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Joann Pappas
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 222
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 W1 WEB
United States History II
Open
J. Stuart
United States History II
HIST 1302 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
John Stuart
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 1302 W2 WEB
United States History II
Open
B. Rowe
United States History II
HIST 1302 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Beverly Rowe
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 2321 01 TRA
World Civilizations I
Open
B. Rowe
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
World Civilizations I
HIST 2321 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of the world from the emergence of human cultures through the 15th century. The course examines major cultural regions of the world in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania and their global interactions over time. Themes include the emergence of early societies, the rise of civilizations, the development of political and legal systems, religion and philosophy, economic systems and trans-regional networks of exchange. The course emphasizes the development, interaction and impact of global exchange.
Instructor
Beverly Rowe
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 13
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 2321 W1 WEB
World Civilizations I
Open
D. Montanelli
World Civilizations I
HIST 2321 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of the world from the emergence of human cultures through the 15th century. The course examines major cultural regions of the world in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania and their global interactions over time. Themes include the emergence of early societies, the rise of civilizations, the development of political and legal systems, religion and philosophy, economic systems and trans-regional networks of exchange. The course emphasizes the development, interaction and impact of global exchange.
Instructor
Dawna Montanelli
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
HIST 2322 W1 WEB
World Civilizations II
Open
D. Montanelli
World Civilizations II
HIST 2322 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of the world from the 15th century to the present. The course examines major cultural regions of the world in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania and their global interactions over time. Themes include maritime exploration and transoceanic empires, nation/state formation and industrialization, imperialism, global conflicts and resolutions, and global economic integration. The course emphasizes the development, interaction and impact of global exchange.
Instructor
Dawna Montanelli
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
IMED 1316 H1 HYB
Web Design I
Open
D. Kinsey
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Web Design I
IMED 1316 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The student will identify basic Internet concepts and terminology; use electronic communication methods; collect and evaluate research data using the Internet; and design, create, organize, and publish web pages and sites.
Instructor
Dianna Kinsey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 15
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ITNW 1313 W1 WEB
Computer Virtualization
Open
T. McDonald
Computer Virtualization
ITNW 1313 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Implement and support virtualization of clients of servers in a networked computing environment. This course explores installation, configuration, and management of computer virtualization workstation and servers.
Instructor
Theresa McDonald
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
ITNW 1345 H1 HYB
Implementing Network Directory Services
Open
D. Dowdle
M W
6:00pm – 7:50pm
6:00pm
Implementing Network Directory Services
ITNW 1345 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
(3,2,4) In-depth coverage of the skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Network Directory Service. *Prerequisite: ITNW 1353 or ITNW 1354
Instructor
David Dowdle
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 16
M W
6:00pm – 7:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ITSC 1307 01 TRA
UNIX Operating System I
Open
K. Smith
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
UNIX Operating System I
ITSC 1307 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the UNIX operating system including multi-user concepts, terminal emulation, use of system editor, basic UNIX commands, and writing script files. Topics include introductory systems management concepts. Prerequisite: BCIS 1305. Recommended: ITMT 1302.
Instructor
Kenneth Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 16
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
ITSC 1315 01 TRA
Project Management Software
Open
T. McDonald
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Project Management Software
ITSC 1315 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Use of project management software for developing a project plan including timelines, milestones, scheduling, life cycle phases, management frameworks, skills, processes, and tools.
Instructor
Theresa McDonald
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 14
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
ITSC 1342 01 TRA
Shell Programming (PowerShell)
Open
M. Dumdei
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Shell Programming (PowerShell)
ITSC 1342 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Reading, writing, and debugging shell scripts. Development of scripts to automate frequently executed sequences of commands. Covers conditional logic, user interaction, loops, and menus to enhance the productivity and effectiveness of the user. Intended for programmers who are familiar with operating environments and reading and writing various shell scripts.
Instructor
Michael Dumdei
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:20
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 180
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
ITSE 1359 H1 HYB
Introduction to Scripting Languages
Open
D. Kinsey
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Introduction to Scripting Languages
ITSE 1359 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introduction to scripting languages including basic data types, control structures, regular expressions, input/output, and textual analysis. Topics may adapt to changes in industry practices.
Instructor
Dianna Kinsey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 15
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ITSE 2317 01 TRA
Java Programming
Open
T. McDonald
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Java Programming
ITSE 2317 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Java programming for applications and web applets.
Instructor
Theresa McDonald
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:26
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 14
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
ITSY 1342 W1 WEB
Information Technology Security
Open
D. Kinsey
Information Technology Security
ITSY 1342 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Instruction in security for network hardware, software, and data, including physical security; backup procedures; relevant tools; encryption; and protection from viruses.
Instructor
Dianna Kinsey
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0023 01 TRA
Foundations of Math
Open
M. Davis
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Foundations of Math
MATH 0023 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is for Non-STEM students. Topics include numeracy with an emphasis on estimation and fluency with large numbers; evaluating expressions and formulas; rates, ratios, and proportions; percentages; solving equations; linear models; data interpretations including graphs and tables; verbal, algebraic, and graphical representations of functions; and exponential models. This course is non-transferable and does not count toward a degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Monica Davis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 2
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0030 01 TRA
TSI Math
Open
M. Jones
M
6:00pm – 8:00pm
6:00pm
TSI Math
MATH 0030 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This non-course-based option is an intensive review of basic math, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, geometry and measurement, and data analysis, statistics, and probability. The NCBO is designed to improve placement scores for advancement into a higher-level math course, and anyone who places below or into developmental math based on TSI scores may take the NCBO. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Students do not receive any credit for the course.
Instructor
Melisa Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Physical Sciences Building
Room 7
M
6:00pm – 8:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0030 02 TRA
TSI Math
Open
M. Jones
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
TSI Math
MATH 0030 02 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
This non-course-based option is an intensive review of basic math, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, geometry and measurement, and data analysis, statistics, and probability. The NCBO is designed to improve placement scores for advancement into a higher-level math course, and anyone who places below or into developmental math based on TSI scores may take the NCBO. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart. Students do not receive any credit for the course.
Instructor
Melisa Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Physical Sciences Building
Room 7
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0040 01 TRA
Math for Liberal Arts NCBO
Open
T. Head
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Math for Liberal Arts NCBO
MATH 0040 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This NCBO is paired with MATH 1332 in the non-STEM path. Non-transferable and does not count toward a degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Thomas Head
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 9
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0042 01 TRA
Statistics NCBO
Open
S. Metcalf
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Statistics NCBO
MATH 0042 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This NCBO is paired with MATH 1442. The course is non-transferrable and does not count toward a degree at Texarkana College. Students whose TSI scores are in the following ranges: Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Serena Metcalf
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 9
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0044 W1 WEB
Math for B & SS NCBO
Open
S. Carpenter
Math for B & SS NCBO
MATH 0044 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This NCBO is paired with MATH 1324. The course is non-transferrable and does not count toward a degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Stephanie Carpenter
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 0045 01 TRA
College Algebra NCBO
Open
S. Metcalf
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
College Algebra NCBO
MATH 0045 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This NCBO is paired with Math 1314 in the STEM path. Students reinforce learning from the college credit course in relations and functions, inequalities, algebraic expressions and equations, sets, logic, and probability. Non-transferable and does not count toward a degree at Texarkana College. Students must take this course if their TSI scores are within the recommended range on TC's TSI placement chart.
Instructor
Serena Metcalf
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 9
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1314 01 TRA
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
Open
M. Davis
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
MATH 1314 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
In-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. Prerequisite: MATH 0021 and MATH 0022 or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Monica Davis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 2
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1314 02 TRA
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
Open
S. Metcalf
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
MATH 1314 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
In-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. Prerequisite: MATH 0021 and MATH 0022 or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Serena Metcalf
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 11
T R
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1314 03 TRA
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
Open
TBA
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
MATH 1314 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
In-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. Prerequisite: MATH 0021 and MATH 0022 or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 13
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1314 W1 WEB
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
Open
S. Carpenter
College Algebra (Calculus Prep)
MATH 1314 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
In-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. Prerequisite: MATH 0021 and MATH 0022 or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Stephanie Carpenter
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1316 01 TRA
Plane Trigonometry
Open
R. Jones
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Plane Trigonometry
MATH 1316 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Topics include sets, ordered relations, number intervals, trigonometric functions, radian measure, variations and graphs of the functions, solution of right triangle and applications, trigonometric identities, equations, vector applications, and inverse functions, general triangle and complex numbers. Prerequisite: MATH 1314 or ACT Math score greater than 25.
Instructor
Robert Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 4
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1324 W1 WEB
Mathematics for Business & SocialSciences
Open
S. Carpenter
Mathematics for Business & SocialSciences
MATH 1324 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The application of common algebraic functions, including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and rational, to problems in business, economics, and the social sciences are addressed. The applications include mathematics of finance, including simple and compound interest and annuities; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming; and probability, including expected value. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Stephanie Carpenter
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1325 W1 WEB
Calculus for Business & SocialSciences
Open
J. Ashby
Calculus for Business & SocialSciences
MATH 1325 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Calculus for Business & Social Sciences (3,3,1). This course is the basic study of limits and continuity, differentiation, optimization and graphing, and integration of elementary functions with emphasis on application in business, economics, and social sciences. This course is not a substitute for Math 2413 (Calculus I). Prerequisite: MATH 1314 or MATH 1324.
Instructor
Jamie Ashby
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1332 01 TRA
Contemporary Mathematics
Open
M. Davis
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 1332 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intended for Non-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) majors. Topics include introductory treatments of sets and logic, financial mathematics, probability and statistics with appropriate applications. Number sense, proportional reasoning, estimation, technology, and communication should be embedded throughout the course. Additional topics such as choosing and analyzing models to solve problems from real world settings. Prerequisite: MATH 0023, MATH 0022, or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Monica Davis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 2
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1332 02 TRA
Contemporary Mathematics
Open
R. Jones
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 1332 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intended for Non-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) majors. Topics include introductory treatments of sets and logic, financial mathematics, probability and statistics with appropriate applications. Number sense, proportional reasoning, estimation, technology, and communication should be embedded throughout the course. Additional topics such as choosing and analyzing models to solve problems from real world settings. Prerequisite: MATH 0023, MATH 0022, or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Robert Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 4
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1332 03 TRA
Contemporary Mathematics
Open
R. Jones
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 1332 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Intended for Non-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) majors. Topics include introductory treatments of sets and logic, financial mathematics, probability and statistics with appropriate applications. Number sense, proportional reasoning, estimation, technology, and communication should be embedded throughout the course. Additional topics such as choosing and analyzing models to solve problems from real world settings. Prerequisite: MATH 0023, MATH 0022, or successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Robert Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 4
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1350 H1 HYB
Mathematics for Teachers I
Open
J. Ashby
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Mathematics for Teachers I
MATH 1350 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Topics include concepts of sets, functions, numeration systems, number theory, and properties of the natural numbers, integers, rational, and real number systems with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking. Special emphasis will be given to terminology, notation, skills, and approaches relevant to the elementary and middle grades and to uses of manipulatives and technology in the classroom. Prerequisite: MATH 1314.
Instructor
Jamie Ashby
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 11
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1351 W1 WEB
Mathematics for Teachers II
Open
J. Ashby
Mathematics for Teachers II
MATH 1351 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Topics include concepts of geometry, probability, and statistics, as well as applications of the algebraic properties of real numbers to concepts of measurement with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking. Special emphasis will be given to terminology, notation, skills, and approaches relevant to the elementary and middle grades and to uses of manipulatives and technology in the classroom. Prerequisite: MATH 1350.
Instructor
Jamie Ashby
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1442 01 TRA
Elementary Statistical Methods
Open
S. Metcalf
M W F
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Elementary Statistical Methods
MATH 1442 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
An introductory course in statistical methods. Topics include collection and display of data, mean, standard deviation and variance, probability including the normal, binomial, and chi-square distributions. Other topics also included are sampling and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing including nonparametric tests, regression, and analysis of variance. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test or MATH 0023 or MATH 0022 with a grade of C or better.
Instructor
Serena Metcalf
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 11
M W F
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 1442 W1 WEB
Elementary Statistical Methods
Open
S. Metcalf
Elementary Statistical Methods
MATH 1442 W1 WEB – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
An introductory course in statistical methods. Topics include collection and display of data, mean, standard deviation and variance, probability including the normal, binomial, and chi-square distributions. Other topics also included are sampling and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing including nonparametric tests, regression, and analysis of variance. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test or MATH 0023 or MATH 0022 with a grade of C or better.
Instructor
Serena Metcalf
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 2320 01 TRA
Differential Equations
Open
K. Crane
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Differential Equations
MATH 2320 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Ordinary differential equations, including linear equations, systems of equations, equations with variable coefficients, existence and uniqueness of solutions, series of solutions, singular points, transform methods, and boundary value problems; application of differential equations to real-world problems. Prerequisite: MATH 2414
Instructor
Kenneth Crane
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 7
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 2413 H1 HYB
Calculus I
Open
J. Ashby
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Calculus I
MATH 2413 H1 HYB – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course will include limits, continuity, derivatives, differentiation rules and rates of change, implicit differentiation and related rates, applications of derivatives, applications including analytic geometry-straight lines and conic sections, antiderivatives, definite and indefinite integration, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, integration by substitution, and numerical integration. Prerequisites: MATH 2412, or MATH 1314 and 1316.
Instructor
Jamie Ashby
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 9
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MATH 2414 01 TRA
Calculus II
Open
R. Jones
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Calculus II
MATH 2414 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Topics covered in this course include differentiation and integration of inverse functions: exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric; hyperbolic functions; applications of integration: area, volume, arc length, surfaces of revolution, work, fluid pressure and force, moments, centers of mass, and centroids. Students will also study techniques of integration, parametric equations, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, and infinite sequences and series. Prerequisite: MATH 2413.
Instructor
Robert Jones
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 4
M W F
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1101 01 TRA
Strings
Open
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Strings
MUAP 1101 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in violin, viola, or violoncello. Suitable solo and technical literature from the standard repertory will be used. One half-hour lessonslesson per week with one hour of practice daily. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1102 01 TRA
Strings
Open
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Strings
MUAP 1102 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in violin, viola, or violoncello. Suitable solo and technical literature from the standard repertory will be used. One half-hour lessonslesson per week with one hour of practice daily. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1131 01 TRA
Applied Brass
Open
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Brass
MUAP 1131 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Private instruction is available for all Texarkana College students on brass wind band instruments whether they are music majors or not. Exact course requirements will be determined by the instructor to best serve the student's individual needs and experience. Applied Music jury exams are required of all Applied Music students at the end of each semester. Music majors are required to perform in a student performance forum each semester. Full-hour weekly lessons, earning one credit per semester are required for music majors; half-hour lessons, earning one-half credit are the norm for non-majors. Prerequisite: None
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1132 01 TRA
Applied Brass
Open
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Brass
MUAP 1132 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Private instruction is available for all Texarkana College students on brass wind band instruments whether they are music majors or not. Exact course requirements will be determined by the instructor to best serve the student's individual needs and experience. Applied Music jury exams are required of all Applied Music students at the end of each semester. Music majors are required to perform in a student performance forum each semester. Full-hour weekly lessons, earning one credit per semester are required for music majors; half-hour lessons, earning one-half credit are the norm for non-majors. Prerequisite: MUAP 1131
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1169 01 TRA
Applied Piano
5 Left
M. Smith
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Piano
MUAP 1169 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The course includes the study of suitable technical studies and suitable compositions of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, and Contemporary composers. One half-hour lesson per week with a minimum of one-hour practice daily. The student shall attend a studio class as required and perform a recital at least once each semester. The student shall perform for jury each semester the requested numbers by memory. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Mary Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:5
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 117
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1170 01 TRA
Applied Piano
5 Left
M. Smith
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Piano
MUAP 1170 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The course includes the study of suitable technical studies and suitable compositions of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, and Contemporary composers. One half-hour lesson per week with a minimum of one-hour practice daily. The student shall attend a studio class as required and perform a recital at least once each semester. The student shall perform for jury each semester the requested numbers by memory. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Mary Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:5
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 117
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1181 01 TRA
Applied Voice
Open
M. Bougie
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Voice
MUAP 1181 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
(Non-major) These courses will consist of one half-hour lesson each week with a minimum of four hours practice each week. The student will study the principles of vocal production and progress to exercise, and studies of increased difficulty. Examples from standard repertory will be included in the six memorized songs required for each semester. Performance for recitals and jury are required for each semester as well.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 114
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1182 01 TRA
Applied Voice
Open
M. Bougie
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Voice
MUAP 1182 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
(Non-major) These courses will consist of one half-hour lesson each week with a minimum of four hours practice each week. The student will study the principles of vocal production and progress to exercise, and studies of increased difficulty. Examples from standard repertory will be included in the six memorized songs required for each semester. Performance for recitals and jury are required for each semester as well. Prerequisite: MUAP 1181
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 114
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1185 01 TRA
Applied Woodwind
Open
K. Compton
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Woodwind
MUAP 1185 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in instruments for students who are not instrumental majors. Correct tone production, brochure, fingerings for the various instruments. Includes both solo literature and technical work. One half-hour lesson per week with one hour of practice daily.
Instructor
Kara Compton
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 1186 01 TRA
Applied Woodwind
Open
K. Compton
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Woodwind
MUAP 1186 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in instruments for students who are not instrumental majors. Correct tone production, brochure, fingerings for the various instruments. Includes both solo literature and technical work. One half-hour lesson per week with one hour of practice daily. Prerequisite: MUAP 1185
Instructor
Kara Compton
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2181 01 TRA
Applied Voice
Open
M. Bougie
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Voice
MUAP 2181 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
(Non-major) These courses will consist of one half-hour lesson each week with a minimum of four hours practice each week. The student will study the principles of vocal production and progress to exercise, and studies of increased difficulty. Examples from standard repertory will be included in the six memorized songs required for each semester. Performance for recitals and jury are required for each semester as well.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 114
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2231 01 TRA
Applied Brass
5 Left
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Brass
MUAP 2231 01 TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in instruments for students. Correct tone production, embouchure, fingerings for the various instruments. Includes both solo literature and technical work. One-hour lesson per week with one hour of practice daily. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:5
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2232 01 TRA
Applied Brass
Open
S. Bennett
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Brass
MUAP 2232 01 TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in instruments for students. Correct tone production, embouchure, fingerings for the various instruments. Includes both solo literature and technical work. One-hour lesson per week with one hour of practice daily. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Steven Bennett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2269 01 TRA
Applied Piano
2 Left
M. Smith
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Piano
MUAP 2269 01 TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
The minimum requirements are: Hanon, Czerny or other approved studies, all major and minor scales and arpeggios. Suitable compositions of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, and contemporary composers. One-hour lesson or two half hour lessons per week and a minimum of two hours practice daily. The student shall attend studio class as required and perform a recital at least once each semester. The student shall perform for jury each semester the requested numbers by memory. Course numbers are sequential.
Instructor
Mary Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:2
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 117
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2282 01 TRA
Applied Voice
Open
M. Bougie
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Applied Voice
MUAP 2282 01 TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
(Voice Major) Two half-hour lessons each week with a minimum of eight hours practice each week. The courses will provide studies of increased variety and skill. Repertory will include arias from opera and oratorio, German lieder, and French songs. Prerequisite: MUAP 2281
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:10
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 114
F
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUAP 2292 01 TRA
Applied Composition
Open
M. Bougie
R
1:30pm – 2:30pm
1:30pm
Applied Composition
MUAP 2292 01 TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
Individual instruction in composition.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 113
R
1:30pm – 2:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUEN 1147 01 TRA
Texarkana Regional Chorale
Open
M. Bougie
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
6:00pm
Texarkana Regional Chorale
MUEN 1147 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The Texarkana Regional Chorale is a performing ensemble for singers in the community or enrolled at T.C. A placement audition is required for all participants. The Chorale performs at least one concert per semester in various venues and also performs with orchestra regularly. Members may not miss more than three (3) rehearsals and are required to attend dress rehearsal in order to perform in concert.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 101
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUEN 1148 01 TRA
Texarkana Regional Chorale
Open
M. Bougie
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
6:00pm
Texarkana Regional Chorale
MUEN 1148 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The Texarkana Regional Chorale is a performing ensemble for singers in the community or enrolled at T.C. A placement audition is required for all participants. The Chorale performs at least one concert per semester in various venues and also performs with orchestra regularly. Members may not miss more than three (3) rehearsals and are required to attend dress rehearsal in order to perform in concert.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 101
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
TBA
MUEN 2147 01 TRA
Texarkana Regional Chorale
Open
M. Bougie
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
6:00pm
Texarkana Regional Chorale
MUEN 2147 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The Texarkana Regional Chorale is a performing ensemble for singers in the community or enrolled at T.C. A placement audition is required for all participants. The Chorale performs at least one concert per semester in various venues and also performs with orchestra regularly. Members may not miss more than three (3) rehearsals and are required to attend dress rehearsal in order to perform in concert.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 101
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUEN 2148 01 TRA
Texarkana Regional Chorale
Open
M. Bougie
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
6:00pm
Texarkana Regional Chorale
MUEN 2148 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The Texarkana Regional Chorale is a performing ensemble for singers in the community or enrolled at T.C. A placement audition is required for all participants. The Chorale performs at least one concert per semester in various venues and also performs with orchestra regularly. Members may not miss more than three (3) rehearsals and are required to attend dress rehearsal in order to perform in concert.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:12
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 101
T
6:00pm – 8:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1117 01 TRA
Elementary Sight Singing & Ear Training II
Open
M. Bougie
T
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Elementary Sight Singing & Ear Training II
MUSI 1117 01 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Singing tonal music in various clefs, continued aural study of the elements of music, and dictation of intermediate rhythm, melody and diatonic harmony.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
T
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1306 01 TRA
Music Appreciation
Open
M. Bougie
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Music Appreciation
MUSI 1306 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed for anyone who wishes a broader knowledge of the great music of civilization. Emphasis will be placed on listening and enjoying music of the masters. Open to all students without prerequisite.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 129
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1306 02 TRA
Music Appreciation
Open
M. Bougie
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Music Appreciation
MUSI 1306 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed for anyone who wishes a broader knowledge of the great music of civilization. Emphasis will be placed on listening and enjoying music of the masters. Open to all students without prerequisite.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 129
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1306 W1 WEB
Music Appreciation
Open
M. Bougie
Music Appreciation
MUSI 1306 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed for anyone who wishes a broader knowledge of the great music of civilization. Emphasis will be placed on listening and enjoying music of the masters. Open to all students without prerequisite.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1306 W2 WEB
Music Appreciation
Open
M. Bougie
Music Appreciation
MUSI 1306 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed for anyone who wishes a broader knowledge of the great music of civilization. Emphasis will be placed on listening and enjoying music of the masters. Open to all students without prerequisite.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:28
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
MUSI 1312 01 TRA
Music Theory II
Open
M. Bougie
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Music Theory II
MUSI 1312 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course of study includes part writing figured bass exercises and harmonic backgrounds of all diatonic triads, the dominant seventh chords and non-harmonic tones. Enlargement of the period in melodic composition. Prerequisite: MUSI 1311 and MUSI 1116.
Instructor
Marc Bougie
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:16
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 128
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
PHED 1128 F1 FLX
Yoga/Pilates for Fitness
Open
M. Keil
T R
2:00pm – 2:50pm
2:00pm
Yoga/Pilates for Fitness
PHED 1128 F1 FLX – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Yoga and Pilates methods of body conditioning are unique systems of stretching and strengthening exercises. A combination of these will strengthen and tone muscles, improve posture, provide flexibility and balance, unite body and mind, and create a streamlined body-shape.
Instructor
Melissa Keil
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Pinkerton Center
Room 108
T R
2:00pm – 2:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHED 1134 F1 FLX
Walking for Fitness
Open
M. Keil
M W
9:30am – 10:20am
9:30am
Walking for Fitness
PHED 1134 F1 FLX – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
The objective of this course is to design an individualized training program for each student so that walking may become a lifetime activity. Goals of the course include increasing cardiovascular endurance and maintaining a desirable body weight. In addition, students will have the opportunity to develop muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility. Three hours of activity each week.
Instructor
Melissa Keil
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:15
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Pinkerton Center
Room 108
M W
9:30am – 10:20am
1/17 – 5/11
PHED 1304 W1 WEB
Personal/Community Health
Open
B. Washington
Personal/Community Health
PHED 1304 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals, concepts, strategies, applications, and contemporary trends related to understanding personal and/or community health issues. This course also focuses on empowering various populations with the ability to practice healthy living, promote healthy lifestyles, and enhance individual well-being.
Instructor
Brandon Washington
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PHIL 2306 01 TRA
Introduction to Ethics
Open
D. Lewis
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 2306 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed to include study of the major moral theories. Students will have the opportunity to apply these theories to today's most pressing concerns.
Instructor
Donnie Lewis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 1
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
PHIL 2306 02 TRA
Introduction to Ethics
Open
D. Lewis
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 2306 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed to include study of the major moral theories. Students will have the opportunity to apply these theories to today's most pressing concerns.
Instructor
Donnie Lewis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 205
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHIL 2306 W1 WEB
Introduction to Ethics
Open
D. Lewis
Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 2306 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course is designed to include study of the major moral theories. Students will have the opportunity to apply these theories to today's most pressing concerns.
Instructor
Donnie Lewis
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:60
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PHRA 1243 X1 HFX
Pharmacy Technician Certification Review
4 Left
T. Cochran
F
9:00am – 11:00am
9:00am
Pharmacy Technician Certification Review
PHRA 1243 X1 HFX – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
A review of major topics covered on the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination (PTCE). Must be TSI met in all areas. Prerequisites: PHRA 1301, PHRA 1202, PHRA 1304, PHRA 1309, PHRA 1315 Corequisites: PHRA 1305, PHRA 1449, PHRA 1360, PHRA 1413 or PHRA 1313 & PHRA 1191
Instructor
Tammy Cochran
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:4
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
F
9:00am – 11:00am
1/17 – 5/11
PHRA 1305 X1 HFX
Drug Class
4 Left
T. Cochran
M R
8:30am – 10:00am
8:30am
Drug Class
PHRA 1305 X1 HFX – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of pharmaceutical drugs, abbreviations, classifications, dosages, side effects, and routes of administration. Must be TSI met in all areas. Prerequisites: PHRA 1301, PHRA 1202, PHRA 1304, PHRA 1309, PHRA 1315 Corequisites: PHRA 1305, PHRA 1449, PHRA 1243, PHRA 1360, PHRA 1413 or PHRA 1313 & PHRA 1191
Instructor
Tammy Cochran
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:4
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
M R
8:30am – 10:00am
1/17 – 5/11
PHRA 1360 01 TRA
Clinical-Pharmacy Technician
4 Left
T. Cochran
T W
9:00am – 3:30pm
9:00am
Clinical-Pharmacy Technician
PHRA 1360 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Must be TSI met in all areas. Prerequisites: PHRA 1301, PHRA 1202, PHRA 1304, PHRA 1309, PHRA 1315 Corequisites: PHRA 1305, PHRA 1449, PHRA 1243, PHRA 1413 or PHRA 1313 & PHRA 1191
Instructor
Tammy Cochran
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:4
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
T W
9:00am – 3:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHRA 1413 X1 HFX
Community Pharmacy Practice
4 Left
T. Cochran
M R
Varies
Varies
Community Pharmacy Practice
PHRA 1413 X1 HFX – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Introduction to the skills necessary to process, prepare, label, and maintain records of prescriptions in a community pharmacy to include customer service, count and pour techniques, prescription calculations, drug selection and preparation, over-the-counter drugs, inventory management and legal parameters. Must be TSI met in all areas. Prerequisites: PHRA 1301, PHRA 1202, PHRA 1304, PHRA 1309, PHRA 1315 Corequisites: PHRA 1305, PHRA 1449, PHRA 1243, PHRA 1360
Instructor
Tammy Cochran
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:4
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
M R
12:30pm – 2:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
M R
2:00pm – 3:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHRA 1449 X1 HFX
Institutional Pharmacy Practice
4 Left
T. Cochran
M R
Varies
Varies
Institutional Pharmacy Practice
PHRA 1449 X1 HFX – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Fundamentals of the diverse roles and practice of pharmacy technicians in an institutional pharmacy setting. In-depth coverage of hospital pharmacy organization, work flow and personnel, safety techniques, data entry, packaging and labeling operations, inpatient drug distribution systems including investigational drugs, continuous quality improvement and inventory control. Must be TSI met in all areas. Prerequisites: PHRA 1301, PHRA 1202, PHRA 1304, PHRA 1309, PHRA 1315 Corequisites: PHRA 1305, PHRA 1243, PHRA 1360, PHRA 1413 or PHRA 1313 & PHRA 1191
Instructor
Tammy Cochran
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:4
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
M R
10:00am – 11:30am
1/17 – 5/11
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 149
M R
3:00pm – 4:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1102 51 TRA
College Physics II Lab
Open
T. Head
M
2:00pm – 4:50pm
2:00pm
College Physics II Lab
PHYS 1102 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Laboratory class for PHYS 1302. Laboratory activities will reinforce fundamental principles of physics, using algebra and trigonometry; the principles and applications of electricity and magnetism, including circuits, electrostatics, electromagnetism, waves, sound, light optics, and modern physics topics; with emphasis on problem solving. Pre/Co-requisite: PHYS 1302
Instructor
Thomas Head
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
M
2:00pm – 4:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1104 W51 WEB
Solar System Lab
Open
D. Dowdy
Solar System Lab
PHYS 1104 W51 WEB – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Laboratory class for PHYS 1304. (Cross listed as ASTR 1104) Pre/Co-requisite PHYS 1304
Instructor
Delbert Dowdy
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1115 51 TRA
Physical Science I Lab
Open
T. Head
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
7:30pm
Physical Science I Lab
PHYS 1115 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Laboratory class for PHYS 1315. Pre/Co-requisite PHYS 1315
Instructor
Thomas Head
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
M W
7:30pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1302 01 TRA
College Physics II
Open
D. Dowdy
W
12:30pm – 3:20pm
12:30pm
College Physics II
PHYS 1302 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Fundamental principles of physics, using algebra and trigonometry; the principles and applications of electricity and magnetism, including circuits, electrostatics, electromagnetism, waves, sound, light optics, and modern physics topics; with emphasis on problem solving. Prerequisite: PHYS 1301 or permission of instructor. Recommended Co-requisite: PHYS 1102
Instructor
Delbert Dowdy
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
W
12:30pm – 3:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1304 W1 WEB
Solar System
Open
D. Dowdy
Solar System
PHYS 1304 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the sun and its solar system, including its origin. (Cross listed as ASTR 1304) Recommended Co-requisite: PHYS 1104
Instructor
Delbert Dowdy
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 1315 01 TRA
Physical Science I
Open
T. Head
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
6:00pm
Physical Science I
PHYS 1315 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A survey of the principles of physics, astronomy, geology, and weather with more emphasis on physics and geology. Recommended Co-requisite PHYS 1115
Instructor
Thomas Head
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
M W
6:00pm – 7:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 2126 51 TRA
University Physics II Lab
Open
T. Head
M
2:00pm – 4:50pm
2:00pm
University Physics II Lab
PHYS 2126 51 TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
Laboratory class for PHYS 2326. Pre/Co-requisite: PHYS 2326
Instructor
Thomas Head
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
M
2:00pm – 4:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PHYS 2326 01 TRA
University Physics II
Open
D. Dowdy
W
12:30pm – 3:20pm
12:30pm
University Physics II
PHYS 2326 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Principles of physics for science, computer science, and engineering majors, using calculus, involving the principles of electricity and magnetism, including circuits, electromagnetism, waves, sound, light, and optics. Prerequisite: PHYS 2325 or permission of instructor. Required Co-requisite: MATH 2415. Recommended Co-requisite: PHYS 2126
Instructor
Delbert Dowdy
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Chemistry new
Room 12
W
12:30pm – 3:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 01 TRA
Learning Framework
Open
M. Allen
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 02 TRA
Learning Framework
Open
M. Allen
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 04 TRA
Learning Framework
Open
T. Blase
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Tonja Blase
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 2
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 05 TRA
Learning Framework
Open
A. Graham
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 05 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Amanda Graham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 1
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 06 TRA
Learning Framework
Open
M. Flowers
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 06 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Melva Flowers
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 1
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 H1 HYB
Learning Framework
Open
TBA
T
6:00pm – 6:50pm
6:00pm
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 226
T
6:00pm – 6:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 H2 HYB
Learning Framework
Open
M. Allen
M
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 H2 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 4
M
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 1300 W1 WEB
Learning Framework
Open
M. Allen
Learning Framework
PSYC 1300 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the: research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning, and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. Students use assessment instruments (e.g., learning inventories) to help them identify their own strengths and weaknesses as strategic learners. Students are ultimately expected to integrate and apply the learning skills discussed across their own academic programs and become effective and efficient learners. Students developing these skills should be able to continually draw from the theoretical models they have learned.
Instructor
Melanie Allen
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:50
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2301 01 TRA
General Psychology
Open
D. Strickland
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
General Psychology
PSYC 2301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the basic principles in psychology bearing on growth, motivation, learning, drives, emotions and similar aspects of human behavior. Prerequisite: Successfully completed the reading portion of the TSI Test.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2301 02 TRA
General Psychology
Open
D. Strickland
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
General Psychology
PSYC 2301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the basic principles in psychology bearing on growth, motivation, learning, drives, emotions and similar aspects of human behavior. Prerequisite: Successfully completed the reading portion of the TSI Test.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2301 03 TRA
General Psychology
Open
D. Strickland
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
General Psychology
PSYC 2301 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the basic principles in psychology bearing on growth, motivation, learning, drives, emotions and similar aspects of human behavior. Prerequisite: Successfully completed the reading portion of the TSI Test.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2301 04 TRA
General Psychology
Open
M. Oldham
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
General Psychology
PSYC 2301 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the basic principles in psychology bearing on growth, motivation, learning, drives, emotions and similar aspects of human behavior. Prerequisite: Successfully completed the reading portion of the TSI Test.
Instructor
Maurice Oldham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
T
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2301 W1 WEB
General Psychology
Open
A. Bunting
General Psychology
PSYC 2301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the basic principles in psychology bearing on growth, motivation, learning, drives, emotions and similar aspects of human behavior. Prerequisite: Successfully completed the reading portion of the TSI Test.
Instructor
Alyce Bunting
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:60
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2308 01 TRA
Child Psychology
Open
D. Swint
M
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1:00pm
Child Psychology
PSYC 2308 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course will address psychological development from conception through middle childhood with references to physical, cognitive, social and personality changes. Students will examine the interplay of biological factors, human interaction, social structures and cultural forces in development. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the ELR portion of the TSI test or successful completion of PSYC 2301.
Instructor
Denise Swint
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 1
M
1:00pm – 3:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2308 02 TRA
Child Psychology
Open
D. Swint
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Child Psychology
PSYC 2308 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
This course will address psychological development from conception through middle childhood with references to physical, cognitive, social and personality changes. Students will examine the interplay of biological factors, human interaction, social structures and cultural forces in development. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the ELR portion of the TSI test or successful completion of PSYC 2301.
Instructor
Denise Swint
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Humanities Building
Room 223
W
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 01 TRA
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
R. Hewett
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
8:00am
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Robert Hewett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 12
M W
8:00am – 9:20am
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 02 TRA
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
R. Hewett
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Robert Hewett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 12
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 03 TRA
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
R. Hewett
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Robert Hewett
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 12
M W
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 04 TRA
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
M. Smith
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Michelle Smith
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 2
T R
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 05 TRA
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
M. Oldham
R
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 05 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Maurice Oldham
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Business & Computer Technology Building
Room 1
R
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
PSYC 2314 W1 WEB
Lifespan Growth & Development
Open
T. Ceynowa
Lifespan Growth & Development
PSYC 2314 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The study will concern the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics of the individual from conception throughout the lifespan. Specific topics will include: basic theories and research in developmental psychology; parent-child relationships; identification, peer relations; self-concepts; language learning, perceptual and cognitive development. Course will give special focus to crises which occur as persons live out their lives.
Instructor
Torie Ceynowa
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1160 TR TRA
Clinical Nursing-Registered Nurse (Transition)
Open
TBA
W
6:30am – 3:00pm
6:30am
Clinical Nursing-Registered Nurse (Transition)
RNSG 1160 TR TRA – 1.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314. Co-requisites: RNSG 1251, 1327, and 2213.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
W
6:30am – 3:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1251 TR TRA
Care of the Childbearing Family
Open
TBA
T
1:00pm – 3:00pm
1:00pm
Care of the Childbearing Family
RNSG 1251 TR TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of concepts related to the provision of nursing care for childbearing families. Topics may include selected complications. Topics include knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314. Co-requisites: RNSG 1160, 1327, and 2213.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 116
T
1:00pm – 3:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1327 TR TRA
Transition to Professional Nursing
Open
TBA
R
10:00am – 12:00pm
10:00am
Transition to Professional Nursing
RNSG 1327 TR TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Content includes health promotion, expanded assessment, analysis of data, critical thinking skills and systematic problem-solving process, pharmacology, interdisciplinary teamwork, communication, and applicable competencies in knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework throughout the lifespan. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314. Co-requisites: RNSG 1160, 1251, and 2213.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 116
R
10:00am – 12:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1412 01 TRA
Nursing Care of the Childbearing &Childrearing Family
Open
TBA
T
8:30am – 12:30pm
8:30am
Nursing Care of the Childbearing &Childrearing Family
RNSG 1412 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the concepts related to the provision of nursing care for childbearing and childrearing families; application of systematic problem-solving processes and critical thinking skills, including a focus on the childbearing family during the perinatal periods and the childbearing family from birth to adolescence; and competency in knowledge, judgment, skill, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG, 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1431 and 1460.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 126
T
8:30am – 12:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1412 02 TRA
Nursing Care of the Childbearing &Childrearing Family
Open
TBA
M
8:30am – 12:30pm
8:30am
Nursing Care of the Childbearing &Childrearing Family
RNSG 1412 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Study of the concepts related to the provision of nursing care for childbearing and childrearing families; application of systematic problem-solving processes and critical thinking skills, including a focus on the childbearing family during the perinatal periods and the childbearing family from birth to adolescence; and competency in knowledge, judgment, skill, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG, 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1431 and 1460.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 126
M
8:30am – 12:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1431 01 TRA
Principles of Clinical Decision-Making
Open
TBA
M
8:30am – 12:30pm
8:30am
Principles of Clinical Decision-Making
RNSG 1431 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Examination of selected principles related to the continued development of the professional nurse as a provider of patient-centered care, patient safety advocate, member of health care team, and member of a profession. Emphasis on clinical decision making for clients in medical-surgical settings experiencing health problems involving fluid and electrolytes; perioperative care; pain; respiratory disorders; peripheral vascular disorders; immunologic disorders; and infectious disorders. Discussion of knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120. PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1412 and 1460.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 147
M
8:30am – 12:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1431 02 TRA
Principles of Clinical Decision-Making
Open
TBA
T
8:30am – 12:30pm
8:30am
Principles of Clinical Decision-Making
RNSG 1431 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Examination of selected principles related to the continued development of the professional nurse as a provider of patient-centered care, patient safety advocate, member of health care team, and member of a profession. Emphasis on clinical decision making for clients in medical-surgical settings experiencing health problems involving fluid and electrolytes; perioperative care; pain; respiratory disorders; peripheral vascular disorders; immunologic disorders; and infectious disorders. Discussion of knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120. PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1412 and 1460.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 147
T
8:30am – 12:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1443 01 TRA
Complex Concepts of Adult Health
Open
TBA
M
8:30am – 3:30pm
8:30am
Complex Concepts of Adult Health
RNSG 1443 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Integration of previous knowledge and skills related to common adult health needs into the continued development of the professional nurse as a provider of patient-centered care, patient safety advocate, member of health care team, and member of a profession in the care of adult patients and families with complex medical-surgical health care needs associated with body systems. Emphasis on complex knowledge, judgments, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; for Basic Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310, ENGL 1301, RNSG 1413, 1360, 1431, 1460, 1412, 1441, 2360, and 2213; for Transition Students: ENGL 1301, RNSG 1327, 1251, 1160, 2213, 1441, and 2360. Co-requisites for Basic Students: RNSG 2463. Co-requisites for Transition Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310, and RNSG 2463.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 151
M
8:30am – 3:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1443 02 TRA
Complex Concepts of Adult Health
Open
TBA
T
8:30am – 3:30pm
8:30am
Complex Concepts of Adult Health
RNSG 1443 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Integration of previous knowledge and skills related to common adult health needs into the continued development of the professional nurse as a provider of patient-centered care, patient safety advocate, member of health care team, and member of a profession in the care of adult patients and families with complex medical-surgical health care needs associated with body systems. Emphasis on complex knowledge, judgments, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; for Basic Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310, ENGL 1301, RNSG 1413, 1360, 1431, 1460, 1412, 1441, 2360, and 2213; for Transition Students: ENGL 1301, RNSG 1327, 1251, 1160, 2213, 1441, and 2360. Co-requisites for Basic Students: RNSG 2463. Co-requisites for Transition Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310, and RNSG 2463.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Health Science
Room 151
T
8:30am – 3:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1460 01 TRA
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Open
TBA
W R
6:30am – 2:30pm
6:30am
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
RNSG 1460 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1431, and 1412.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
W R
6:30am – 2:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 1460 02 TRA
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Open
TBA
W R
6:30am – 2:30pm
6:30am
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
RNSG 1460 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; RNSG 1413, 1360. Co-requisites: ENGL 1301; RNSG 1431, and 1412.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
W R
6:30am – 2:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 2213 TR TRA
Mental Health Nursing
Open
TBA
T
10:00am – 12:00pm
10:00am
Mental Health Nursing
RNSG 2213 TR TRA – 2.00 Credit Hours
Description
Principles and concepts of mental health psychopathology, and treatment modalities related to the nursing care of clients and their families. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101, 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; ENGL 1301, RNSG 1413, 1360, 1412, 1431, and 1460 for Basic Students; Co-requisites for Basic Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310, RNSG 1441 and 2360; Co-requisites for Transition Students: RNSG 1327, 1251, and 1160.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:40
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 116
T
10:00am – 12:00pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 2463 01 TRA
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Open
TBA
T
6:30am – 4:30pm
6:30am
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
RNSG 2463 01 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101 or 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; for Basic Students: ENGL 1301, ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310; RNSG 1413, 1360, 1412, 1431, 1460, 1441, 2360, and 2213; for Transition Students: ENGL 1301, RNSG 1327, 1251, 1160, 2213, 1441, and 2360. Co-requisites for Basic Students: RNSG 1443; Co-Requisites for Transition Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310 and RNSG 1443.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
T
6:30am – 4:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
RNSG 2463 02 TRA
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Open
TBA
M
6:30am – 4:30pm
6:30am
Clinical - Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
RNSG 2463 02 TRA – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Prerequisites: BIOL 2301/2101 or 2302/2102, and 2320/2120; PSYC 2301 and 2314; for Basic Students: ENGL 1301, ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310; RNSG 1413, 1360, 1412, 1431, 1460, 1441, 2360, and 2213; for Transition Students: ENGL 1301, RNSG 1327, 1251, 1160, 2213, 1441, and 2360. Co-requisites for Basic Students: RNSG 1443; Co-Requisites for Transition Students: ARTS 1301 or MUSI 1306 or DRAM 1310 and RNSG 1443.
Instructor
TBA
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
TBA
TBA
M
6:30am – 4:30pm
1/17 – 5/11
SOCI 1301 01 TRA
Introductory Sociology
Open
A. Bunting
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Introductory Sociology
SOCI 1301 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The scientific study of human society, including ways in which groups, social institutions, and individuals affect each other. Causes of social stability and social change are explored through the application of various theoretical perspectives, key concepts, and related research methods of sociology. Analysis of social issues in their institutional context may include topics such as social stratification, gender, race/ethnicity, and deviance. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alyce Bunting
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 3
M W
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
SOCI 1301 02 TRA
Introductory Sociology
Open
A. Bunting
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Introductory Sociology
SOCI 1301 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The scientific study of human society, including ways in which groups, social institutions, and individuals affect each other. Causes of social stability and social change are explored through the application of various theoretical perspectives, key concepts, and related research methods of sociology. Analysis of social issues in their institutional context may include topics such as social stratification, gender, race/ethnicity, and deviance. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alyce Bunting
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 3
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
SOCI 1301 W1 WEB
Introductory Sociology
Open
A. Bunting
Introductory Sociology
SOCI 1301 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
The scientific study of human society, including ways in which groups, social institutions, and individuals affect each other. Causes of social stability and social change are explored through the application of various theoretical perspectives, key concepts, and related research methods of sociology. Analysis of social issues in their institutional context may include topics such as social stratification, gender, race/ethnicity, and deviance. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the required TSI test.
Instructor
Alyce Bunting
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:30
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SOCI 2301 H1 HYB
Marriage & Family
Open
A. Bunting
T
11:00am – 12:20pm
11:00am
Marriage & Family
SOCI 2301 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Sociological and theoretical analysis of the structures and functions of the family, the varied cultural patterns of the American family, and the relationships that exist among the individuals within the family, as well as the relationships that exist between the family and other institutions in society. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor.
Instructor
Alyce Bunting
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 3
T
11:00am – 12:20pm
1/17 – 5/11
SPAN 1411 W1 WEB
Beginning Spanish I
Open
S. Spears
Beginning Spanish I
SPAN 1411 W1 WEB – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
A beginning level course which introduces students to fundamental language skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing. Study includes basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture of the Spanish-speaking peoples. Two hours a week in laboratory practice required.
Instructor
Stacy Spears
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SPAN 1412 W1 WEB
Beginning Spanish II
Open
S. Spears
Beginning Spanish II
SPAN 1412 W1 WEB – 4.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of Spanish 1411 with emphasis on communication skills. Two hours a week in laboratory practice required. Prerequisite: Spanish 1411, two units of high school Spanish, or an appropriate score on placement test.
Instructor
Stacy Spears
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SPAN 2311 W1 WEB
Intermediate Spanish I
Open
S. Spears
Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 2311 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
An intermediate level course designed to improve the student's language skills. Review of language structures, greater emphasis on conversation, vocabulary building, reading, guided composition, and culture. Class conducted mostly in Spanish. Prerequisite: Spanish 1412, three units of high school Spanish, or an appropriate score on placement test.
Instructor
Stacy Spears
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SPAN 2312 W1 WEB
Intermediate Spanish II
Open
S. Spears
Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 2312 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
Continuation of Spanish 2311. More advanced study in oral and written expression, reading periodicals and literature. Prerequisite: Spanish 2311.
Instructor
Stacy Spears
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 01 TRA
Public Speaking
Open
S. Cheney
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 01 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Shanna Cheney
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 108
M W
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 02 TRA
Public Speaking
Open
S. Cheney
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
9:30am
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 02 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Shanna Cheney
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 108
T R
9:30am – 10:50am
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 03 TRA
Public Speaking
Open
S. Cheney
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
12:30pm
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 03 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Shanna Cheney
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 108
T R
12:30pm – 1:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 04 TRA
Public Speaking
Open
S. Cheney
M
6:00pm – 8:50pm
6:00pm
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 04 TRA – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Shanna Cheney
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Media Center Building
Room 108
M
6:00pm – 8:50pm
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 W1 WEB
Public Speaking
Open
S. Cheney
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 W1 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Shanna Cheney
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
SPCH 1315 W2 WEB
Public Speaking
Open
P. Meyer
Public Speaking
SPCH 1315 W2 WEB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A basic course in the study of effective communications through speech. Emphasis is placed upon content, organization, and delivery of speeches for various purposes and occasions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the reading portion of TSI.
Instructor
Patricia Meyer
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:25
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Online
1/17 – 5/11
TECA 1303 H1 HYB
Families, School, & Community
Open
D. Strickland
M
5:00pm – 5:50pm
5:00pm
Families, School, & Community
TECA 1303 H1 HYB – 3.00 Credit Hours
Description
A study of the child, family, community, and schools, including parent education and involvement, family and community lifestyles, child abuse, and current family life issues. Course content must be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards and coincide with the National Association for the Education of Young Children position statement related to developmentally appropriate practices for children from birth through age eight. Requires students to participate in field experiences with children from infancy through age 12 in a variety of settings with varied and diverse populations. The course includes a minimum of 16 hours of field experiences.
Instructor
Dana Strickland
Current Enrollment
Enrolled: 0, Capacity:24
Meeting Schedule
Location
Building
Room
Days
Time
Dates
Main Campus
Social Sciences Building
Room 7
M
5:00pm – 5:50pm
1/17 – 5/11

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