Fall 2015 classes are now available!
Data last updated: 4/13/15
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Philosophy: Main Problems
An introductionto philosophy focusing on a few central problems, for example:free will, the basis of morality, the nature and limits of knowledge,and the existence of God.
PHIL 101-001
Intro: Main Probs

MW

Matthew L Kotzen
9:05am-9:55am

Hanes Art Center 121
PH



PHIL 101-001
Intro: Main Probs
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Rhetoric and Public Issues
Examines the basic nature andimportance of rhetoric and argumentation. Attention is devoted tointerpreting the persuasive function of texts and their relation tomodern forms of life.
COMM 170-002
Rhet Publ Issues

MWF

Not Listed
9:05am-9:55am

Bingham 108
PH



COMM 170-002
Rhet Publ Issues
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Programming
Introduction to computeruse. Approaches to problem solving; algorithms and their design;fundamental programming skills. Students can receive credit for onlyone of COMP 110, 116, or 121.
COMP 110-001
Intro Programming

TuTh

Jayashree Aikat
9:30am-10:45am

Hanes Art Center 121
QR



COMP 110-001
Intro Programming
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Rock Music
A survey of rock music styles,focusing primarily on the period 1955 to 1990. Music by Elvis Presley,The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Police, Madonna, and others.
MUSC 143-001
Intro To Rock Music

TuTh

John Lowell Brackett
3:30pm-4:45pm

Hanes Art Center 121
VP NA US



MUSC 143-001
Intro To Rock Music
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Film and Culture
Examines the ways culture shapes andis shaped by film. This course uses comparative methods to contrastfilms as historic or contemporary, mainstream or cutting-edge, inEnglish or a foreign language, etc.
ENGL 143-002
Film & Culture

MWF

David A Ross
12:20pm-1:10pm

Greenlaw 222
VP GL



ENGL 143-002
Film & Culture
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Ancient Cities
An introduction to Mediterranean archaeologythrough the examination of archaeological sites from the Neolithicperiod (ca. 9000 BCE) to the Roman Empire (fourth centuryCE). The sites, geographic and cultural areas, and chronological periodsof study vary depending on instructor. Does not satisfy classicalarchaeology major requirements.
CLAR 120-001
Ancient Cities

TuTh

Donald C Haggis
11:00am-12:15pm

Hamilton Hall 100
HS WB



CLAR 120-001
Ancient Cities
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
[ART 101] Idea and Form
This course will explore conceptsof making art in both practice and in theory. Driven by foundationaltheoretical texts that have influenced 20th-century art and culture, thecourse explores art as content and meaning, and art’s relationship toform, everyday life, and visual culture.
ARTS 101-001
Idea And Form

MW

Joy D. Cox
11:15am-2:00pm

Hanes Art Center 222
VP



ARTS 101-001
Idea And Form
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Introduction to Folklore
SeeENGL 202 for description.
FOLK 202-001
Intro To Folklore

MW

Not Listed
12:20pm-1:10pm

TBA TBA
SS US



FOLK 202-001
Intro To Folklore
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
First-Year Seminar: Special Topics
Course content willvary each semester.
POLI 89-001
FYS: Special Topics

TuTh

Charles A Szypszak
8:00am-9:15am

Murphey 112
PH



POLI 89-001
FYS: Special Topics
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
Sociological Perspectives
Introduction to sociology as adiscipline that includes study of differences and equality, social structureand institutions, culture, social change, individuals and populations,and social psychology.
SOCI 101-002
Soc Perspectives

TuTh

Charles Franklin Seguin
2:00pm-3:15pm

New West 219
SS



SOCI 101-002
Soc Perspectives
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Perspectives in Drama
A survey of plays from the Greeksto the present, analyzed through such elements of the dramatic textas action, character, structure, and language.
DRAM 115-002
Perspectives In Drama

TuTh

Jeffrey B Cornell
9:30am-10:45am

Center for Dramatic 125
LA NA



DRAM 115-002
Perspectives In Drama
UNC has requested that we remove grade data until we obtain current data. We expect to receive this before the end of the summer. We're really sorry for any inconvience :(
People and Places
This course examines places and theconnections between places to build critical understandings of therole of human geographies in global economic, political, social, andcultural systems. (Core)
GEOG 121-001
Geographies Of Globalization

MWF

Ashley Rae Ward
10:10am-11:00am

Manning 209
SS GL



GEOG 121-001
Geographies Of Globalization