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Intro to American Government
POL 120 - French Hall 405 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:00am-12:15pm

American National Government & Politics
Theory and practice of democratic government in the United States and the institutions and processes of American government as manifestations of democratic values. Representative democracy, federalism, the Presidency, Congress, the Courts, political parties, interest groups, and voting as expressions of, and at times contradictions to, democratic values.

POL 120 - French Hal 405 - Mondays & Wednesdays 2:30-3:45pm
No classes December 4, December 9

Analytical Chemistry
Ionic equilibria, electrochemistry, and their application to chemical analysis through titrations and gravimetric analysis. Introduction to advanced analysis techniques such as UV-vis, ICP, GC/MS, HPLC, Electrochemistry.

CHM 366 - French Hall 212 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:45am

Anthropology of Islam
This course explores the diversity of the Islamic tradition as it has been practiced in different times and places. We explore anthropological perspectives on Islam, considering topics including Islam's textual tradition, Sufism, the languages of Islamic societies, contestations over orthodoxy, gender and sexuality, and Islamophobia. The course is perfect for those with little to no knowledge of Islam as well as those who are already well-acquainted with this tradition and will involve two field trips.

ANT 357 - French Hall 250 - Mondays & Wednesdays 4:00-5:15pm
No classes on November 20

Business & it's Legal Enviroment
Legal environment of business and principles of law involved in contracts and agency.

BUS 250 - Riverfront 2307 - Mondays & Wednesdays 2:30-3:45pm

Classical Theatre Styles
Team taught by performance and design faculty. Major stylistic periods from a social context which dictates fashion, movement, and acting styles. Rehearsal and performance techniques culminate in period scene study. Lecture and laboratory. 

THE 345 - Theatre Black Box - Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00am-12:15pm

Communications in Business
Theory and practice of business communications. Audience; content and tone; collection and arrangement of data; selection of form, strategy, and medium. Practical applications to management, including oral, written, and audio-visual presentations.

11/12--News Releases
11/19--Brochures & Web Sites

COM 338 - Willson Thompson Library 225 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:00am-12:15pm • Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-1:45pm
No classes on November 26, December 3, December 5

Dialects & Accents for the Stage
Exercises, projects, drills, and scene study designed to equip the actor with clear, articulate command of the major regional and foreign stage dialects. 

THE 338 - French Hall 329 & Blackbox - Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-1:45pm
No classes on November 19, November 26

Entrepreneurship & New Venture Creation
Emphasis on the process of creating and starting new ventures. Designed to help students recognize and evaluate the feasibility of potential business opportunities. Planning processes are discussed to increase potential new business ventures. Case studies used to illustrate concepts.

EIM 440 - Riverfront 2337 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-1:45pm

Food & Hunger
Focuses on what and how we eat, why and with what consequences in the U.S. and who does not have enough good-quality food and why? What are ways of fixing some of the food quality and food insecurity problems we identify? Draws on social sciences, health and nutrition studies, and community experiences. 

UNV 100-16 - French Hall 307 - Tuesdays & Thursdays

Foundations of Information Systems
Introduction to information systems in organizations. The use and impact of information and communication technologies, and examination of their key components, including people, software, hardware, data and contexts. Use of information technology to transform organizational processes, foster and maintain competitive advantage, and improve organizational and social agility. Introduction of the systems approach to critical thinking and problem solving.

CIS 200 - Murchie Science Building 106 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:45am

Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Biomolecules - proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids - structure and function; structure, properties and forces in aqueous solutions, buffers; enzyme kinetics, regulation, mechanisms; energetics - thermodynamics, electron transport, oxidative phosphorylation; metabolism.

CHM 350 - Murchie Science Building 316 - Mondays & Wednesdays

Health Assessment
Nursing assessment of the physical, psychological, sociocultural and spiritual systems of the adult individual. Students utilize and expand their skills in assessment.

NUR 202 - William S. White 2201 - Wednesdays & Thursdays 8:15-10:15am
NUR 202 -  Williams S. White 3203 - Tuesdays 8:15-10:15am

History & Effects of Mass Communication
Media violence, sex in the media, fear reactions, persuasion in advertising, etc.

Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Study of the structure and function of cells, tissues and four human body systems; emphasis on the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.

BIO 167 BIO 168 - Murchie Science Building 107 - Mondays & Wednesdays 12:30-1:45pm
No classes November 27, December 9

Intro to Human Communication
Introduction to the discipline of Human Communication, touching on all skills and objectives of the Communication Program. Students gain tools needed to become competent communicators and to critically evaluate the communication messages of others.

COM 200 - French Hall 350 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-1:45pm
No classes on December 3, December 17

Intro to Programming
Students will learn fundamentals to computer programming

CSC 122 - Murchie Science Building 110 - Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00am-12:15pm
No classes on December 2, December 4, December 9

Intro to Programming & Problem Solving I
Introduces the students to their first complex programming language. We work on little problems in class as well as have a lecture on the materials. You can work with a current student in this class if you would like.

CSC 175 - Murchie Science Building 110 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-2:45pm

Intro to Cultural Anthropology
Have you ever wondered what a "culture" is? How about what it means to be a part of an economy?  Want to better understand why some of your relatives can drive you absolutely crazy?  Cultural anthropologists study just about everything. You can too. Join "Introduction to Cultural Anthropology" and begin participating in a conversation about the complex ways that people make sense of the world around them. Oh, and why it matters. The course is divided into units. From 9/9 until 9/30 will be discussing culture. From 10/2 until 10/16 we will be discussing race. From 10/23 until 11/18 we will be discussing kinship. And from 11/20 until 12/9 we will be discussing economy.

ANT 100 - French Hall 212 - Mondays & Wednesdays 12:30-1:45pm
No classes on December 9

Intro to Political Theory
Introduction to the thinking about political issues from a theoretical perspective. Canonical texts such as Plato’s Republic and Machiavelli’s The Prince, read in juxtaposition with contemporary texts illuminating their contemporary relevance.

POL 261 - French Hall 310 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30-1:45pm

Intro to Radiation Therapy
Introduction to activities and responsibilities of the radiation therapist. Orientation to school and hospital policies; career insights; overview of techniques in radiation therapy; essentials of procedures needed in the care of radiation oncology patients; review of medical terminology specific to the field.

RTT 301 - William S. White 2153 - Wednesdays 9:30am-12:15pm

Intro to Sociology
Sociology is the systematic study of human society and social interaction. We work to develop our sociological imaginations and inquire into the ways socialization, culture, and social structures shape human behavior. We  investigate social inequality in a variety of areas including race, class, and gender, and examine social institutions like family, education, and religion. We explore current social issues (like climate change, gun violence, discrimination, etc.) and consider how social change is made (or not). In short, we explore how society influences individuals and how individuals shape society.

SOC 100 - French Hall 251 - Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00am-12:15pm

Multivariable Calculus
Differential, integral and vector calculus, including vector operations, geometry of space, parametric curves and surfaces, partial derivatives, directional derivatives, multiple integrals, line integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals, Green’s Theorem, Stokes’ Theorem, and Gauss’s Theorem.

MTH 222 - Murchie Science Building 422 - Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays 2:30-3:50pm

Musical Theatre Workshop
Movement and vocal production for musical theatre. Basic modes of show dance including ballet, tap, jazz, clogging, and adagio partnering. Speech-level singing, song as monologue, and analysis of musical style. Examination of rehearsal and audition techniques. Culminates in scene study and performance. 

THE 334 - Blackbox/Theatre Building - Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:00-3:45pm

Noise & Vibration
This course introduces the theory of vibration and sound and their applications and controls in engineering. On the dates of opening classes, we will talk about how to measure the sound/noise, some theories, and conduct instrumental measurement with acoustic sensors, as well as demonstrate some signal processing skills with the computer. Any prospective students are welcomed to join us. Please feel free to bring something which can make a sound/noise! Such as your hairdryer or blender, so we can measure how loud (noisy) it is and discuss how can we do the noise control at home. 

EGR 410 - Murchie Science Building 412 - Wednesdays 6:00-8:45pm.

Number Theory
Divisibility, congruences, number theoretic functions. Diophantine equations, distribution of primes, rational approximation.

MTH 354 - Murchie Science Building 329 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:45am

Organic Chemistry I
Preparation and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and alkyl halides; isomers; stereochemistry; structure and reactivity of other major functional groups. Appropriate for chemistry majors, students concentrating in the natural sciences, and pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary and pre-pharmacy students.

CHM 330 - Murchie Science Building 109 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30am-12:10pm
No classes on December 5

Principles of Chemistry I
Introduction to principles and theories, including atomic and molecular structure, bonding, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, gas laws, solutions and the solid state. 4 hours lecture weekly.

CHM 260 - Murchie Science Building 107 - Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 11:00am-12:10pm
No classes on December 2, December 9

Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to the principles of economic organization and national income determination and stabilization. Topics include inflation, unemployment, money and banking, and the economic role of government.

ECN 201 - French Hall 307 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-8:00pm

Analytical Chemistry
Ionic equilibria, electrochemistry, and their application to chemical analysis through titrations and gravimetric analysis.  Introduction to advanced analysis techniques such as UV-vis, ICP, GC/MS, HPLC, Electrochemistry.

CHM 366 - French Hall 212 - Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 1:35-3:25pm
No classes on December 5

Principles of Physics I
Mechanics, heat, and sound. Calculus-based course for students concentrating in chemistry, engineering, mathematics or physics. 

PHY 243 - Murchie Science Building 163 - Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 9:00-10:50am

Principles of Psychology
Introduction to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes; major concepts, theoretical perspectives, and research. Overview of the research process; how psychological questions are generated and studied; research and theory in subfields such as neuroscience, human development, learning, memory, thinking, motivation, and individual differences.

PSY 100 - French Hall 251 - Friday 12:30-3:15pm

Scientific Inquiry I
A discovery-based interdisciplinary course in which students are expected to develop conceptual frameworks, research skills and problem solving ability fundamental to the sciences. Presented in a laboratory setting.

SCI 125 - Murchie Science Building 379 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:00am-1:20pm • 2:30-4:50pm
No classes on November 19, November 21 to end of semester

Introduction to the basics of theatrical production including theory and mechanics of scenery and properties construction, lighting, sound, and production management.

THE - Theatre Scene Shop - Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:45am
No classes on December 3

Survey of Astronomy
Introductory course for non-science majors. Provides a broad introduction to astronomy including: daily, monthly and yearly patterns in the sky; an introductory survey of gravity, light, and atoms; formation of the solar system; stars and stellar evolution; galaxies, cosmology, and the evolution of the universe; and the fundamental tenets of science and the scientific process. Covers most areas of modern astronomy at a level requiring basic mathematics.

AST 120 - Murchie Science Building 169 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:55-3:45pm
No classes on November 28, December 5

The Business of Design
This course prepares students to function as professional designers and/or artists. We will explore business development, freelancing, job hunting, design entrepreneurship, and business practices in the art and design fields. We'll converse and gain insight from professional artists and working designers. Negotiation, pricing, proposals and contracts, copyright and copyleft, trademarking, ethical standards, and professional relationships will be explored in depth.

ART 334 - William S. White 3176 - Mondays 11:00am-1:45pm

Thermal Physics
Thermal properties of matter, equations of state, first and second laws of thermodynamics, entropy, kinetic theory, statistical mechanics, quantum statistics.

PHY 351 - Murchie Science Building 119 - Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:00am-12:15pm

University Chorale & Chamber Singers
The University Chorale is open to all University students without audition. Chorale students receive historical, theoretical and stylistic instruction of choral literature from all time periods and share their art and the joy of music with the University and Flint community. The Chamber Singers are a select ensemble open to all students through audition. The ensemble maintains an active performance schedule and sings choral literature from the Renaissance to 21 century, including contemporary popular music, jazz, and folk music. The Chamber Singers have a history of touring both nationally and internationally, and performing at choral conventions and festivals.

MUS 210 & 211- French Hall 164 - Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 12:30-2:00pm
No classes December 9-13

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