What Classes are Taught in HC2213?

Disciplines represented are

ANSC 4800 – Issues in Animal Agriculture
ARTS 37000 – Art of the United States
ARTS 4970 -- Special Topics the Study of Art and Art History
COMM 3110 – Persuasion
COMM 4470 - Health Communication
COMM 4970 -- Special Topics in Communication
CTES 7420 -- English For Speakers of Other Languages
CTES 7460 -- Teaching ESOL to ESOL in P-12
CTES 7470 -- Issues in English for Speaker of Other Languages
CTES 7480 -- Assessment in English for Speakers of Other Languages
CTRD 3710 – Fund Language and Literacy Inst II-ElemC
CTRD 5700/6700 -- Developmental Reading
CTRD 5710/6710 – Literacy and Inquiry in the Content Areas:  Grades 6-12
CTSE 7970 -- Special Topics in Secondary Education
EDMD 3300 -- Instructional Technology for Educators
ENGL 1100 -- English Composition I
ENGL 1120 -- English Composition II
ENGL1127 -- Honors English Composition
ENGL 2200 – World Literature before 1600
ENGL 2217 -- Honors World Literature after 1600
ENGL 2250 -- American Literature before 1865
ENGL 2260 -- American Literature after 1865
ENGL 4230 – Poetry Writing II
ENGL 4320 -- Restoration and 18th Century Literature: Literature as Popular Event
ENGL 4330 - Age of Revolution: Frankenstein in Context, 1816-2015
ENGL 4400 – Early American Literature
ENGL 4800 – Seminar in Literature
ENGL 4810 -- Capstone in Professional Writing
ERMA 7220 – Applied Qualitative Research
ERMA 7970 -- Special Topics in Fondation of Education
GEOL5220/6220 -- Geomorphology
HADM 4880 -- Health Information Technology
HADM 4970 – Special Topics
HIED 7970 -- Special Topics: Student Engagement and Learning
HIST 1010 -- WWorld History I
HIST 3800 -- Historian's Craft
HIST 5030/6030 – South to 1877
LBAR 3910 -- Practicum in Liberal Arts
PFEN 4500 – Fiber Reinforced Materials
PHIL 3700 -- Metaphysics
POLI 5150 -- Intergovernmental Relations
POLI 7150 -- Public Personnell Administration
POLI 7350 -- Public Administration
PRCM 3050 – Case Studies and Ethics in Public Relations
PSYC 3700 -- Behavioral Game Theory
PSYC 3970 – Psychology of Negotiation and Game Theory
PSYC 7270 – Experimental Design in Psychology

 

What Classes are Taught in SCC118?

BIOL 1020 -- Principles of Biology
BIOL 1027 -- Honors Principles of Biology
BIOL 1037 -- Honors Organismal Biology
BIOL 3020 -- Genomic Biology
BIOL 3500 -- Perspectives in Immunology
BIOL 4970 -- Special Topics: Functional Genomics
BIOL 4970 -- Special Topics: Introduction to Bioinformatics
BIOL 5230/6230 -- Virology
BIOL 7970 -- Special Topics
CHEM 1117 -- Honors General Chemistry I
CHEM 1127 -- Honors General Chemistry II
CHEM 4130 -- Instrumental Analysis
GRAD 8940 -- Preparing Future Faculty
GRAD 8950 -- Preparing Future Faculty II
MATH 1100 -- Finite Math and Applications
MATH 1120 -- Precalculus Algebra
MATH 1130 -- Precalculus Trigonometry
MATH 2850 -- Math for Elementary Education I
MATH 2860 -- Math for Elementary Education II
MATH 2870 -- Math for Elementary Education III
PHYS 1500 -- General Physics I
PHYS 1510 -- General Physics II
PHYS 1600 -- Engineering Physics I
PHYS 1607 -- Honors Physics I
PHYS 3500 -- Physics of the World Around Us
PHYS 5600/6600 -- Frontiers of Physics
PHYS7970 -- Special Topics in Physics
STAT 7000 -- Experimental Statistics I
UNIV 1100 -- Learning Community Disease Hunters

 

 

 

For more information about the EASL spaces at Auburn University, contact Dr. Wiebke Kuhn at 334-844-2056 or send an email to kuhnwi1 at auburn.edu.

Last Updated: October 6, 2014