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ENGL-083 Academic Intermediate Reading for ESL Students
3 Credits

In this course, reading is approached as an integral part of an ESL student’s overall English language learning, not as an isolated skill. In addition to reading comprehension and vocabulary skill building, students will respond to information and concepts from a diversity of assigned materials, both orally and in writing. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests. (4 hours weekly in class and lab)

ENGL-084 Academic Intermediate Writing and Grammar for ESL Students
3 Credits
In ENGL 084, students will acquire the English language skills needed to produce paragraphs at an intermediate proficiency level. A variety of reading selections and discussion activities will serve to prepare students to compose narrative, descriptive and expository paragraphs that reflect critical analysis. Writing themes will help students to develop a global awareness. Paragraph development will progress to the production of an organized essay by the end of the semester. Grammatical skills will be developed through formal instruction, group editing and computer-assisted instruction. This course will meet for four hours per week. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests. (4 hours weekly in class and lab)

ENGL-085 Academic Advanced Oral Communication for ESL Students
3 Credits

In ENGL-085, students will develop the listening and speaking skills needed to succeed at a US college or university. Class work will consist of pronunciation practice, listening activities, small group and class discussion of selected readings and lectures, oral presentations, and simulations of aspects of academic life. If students place into 2 or more ESL courses, they are required to take ENGL-085. Students can be exempted from this requirement by passing an oral exam. Students placed into ENGL-083 AND ENGL-084 must complete both ENGL-083 and ENGL-084 before taking ENGL-085. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-086/087 Academic Advanced ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Combined
6 Credits

ENGL-086/087 Combined is a fully integrated approach to teaching reading, composition, and grammar. Emphasis is placed on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, critical analysis, reading rate, and the composition of clear, organized, grammatically correct assignments. By responding to information and concepts from a diversity of assigned materials, students will develop a global awareness. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-083 and/or 084. Corequisite: FYEX-100. (8 hours weekly)

ENGL-086 Academic Advanced Reading for ESL Students
3 Credits
Students will continue to develop their reading skills in ENGL-086 with an emphasis on academic material. Reading is approached as an integral part of an ESL student’s overall English language learning, not as an isolated skill. In addition to reading comprehension and vocabulary skill building, students will respond to information and concepts from a diversity of assigned materials, both orally and in writing. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-083. Corequisite: FYEX-100. (4 hours weekly in class and lab)

ENGL-087 Academic Advanced Writing and Grammar for ESL Students
3 Credits

In ENGL-087, students will acquire the English language skills needed to write multi-paragraph compositions at a level of correctness and fluency appropriate for an advanced learner of English who will soon enroll in a college composition class. Readings and discussions will prepare students to write narrative, descriptive, expository and argumentative compositions that reflect critical analysis. Writing themes will help students to develop a global awareness. Relevant grammatical skills will be developed through formal instruction, group editing and computer-assisted instruction. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-084. (4 hours weekly in class and lab)

ENGL-088 Grammar for Written Expression (ESL)
1 Credit

This grammar-intensive course for advanced-level ESL students will help strengthen students’ writing by improving fluency and accuracy. Course work will focus on the complexities of the English verb system and verb forms, covering such topics as tense, voice, modals, gerunds, infinitives, and participles. Students will learn, practice, and apply grammar rules and concepts to create well-written sentences, improve the flow of ideas in paragraphs, and identify and correct errors in their writing. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL-087 or eligible for ENGL-121. (1 hour weekly)

ENGL-093 Directed Studies in Reading
3 Credits

Directed Studies in Reading is a developmental course designed to strengthen students’ reading skills. In this course, the student in need of intensive reading instruction will complete prescribed activities to develop vocabulary and improve reading comprehension. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on reading placement tests. (4 hours weekly)

ENGL-094 Directed Studies in Writing
3 Credits
Directed Studies in Writing is a ­developmental course designed to strengthen students’ writing skills. Beginning with sentences and progressing to paragraphs, students learn to construct clearly written, logically organized, grammatically correct papers. ENGL­­‑094 meets in a net­­worked, computerized environment. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the writing placement test. (4 hours weekly)

ENGL-096/097 Fundamentals of Academic Reading and Writing Combined
6 Credits

ENGL-096/097 COMBINED integrates the reading and composition curricula of ENGL-096 and ENGL-097 into a single course. Working with one instructor, students read about important academic topics and respond to them through written assignments. Writing multi-paragraph essays, students learn to write clearly and convincingly using logical organization and appropriate grammar and usage. In reading, students develop proficiency in comprehending and interpreting a variety of college level reading materials. The emphasis is academic reading as a holistic, dynamic, interactive process. Students develop an understanding of this process by practicing and mastering various reading strategies. ENGL-096/097 COMBINED includes four hours of classroom instruction and four hours of individualized lab work. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on Engish placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-093/094. Corequisite: FYEX-100. (8 hours weekly)

ENGL-096 Fundamentals of Academic Reading
3 Credits

In ENGL-096, students will develop proficiency in comprehending and interpreting a variety of college level reading materials. The course empha­sis is academic reading as a holistic, dynamic, inter­active process. Students will develop an under­standing of this process by practicing and mastering various reading strategies. The course includes two hours of classroom instruction and two hours of reading lab. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-093. Corequisite: FYEX-100. (4 hours weekly)

ENGL-097  Fundamentals of Writing
3 Credits
In ENGL-097, students will acquire the skills needed to write and revise a series of multi-paragraph essays. Students will also learn to write clearly and convincingly using logical organization and appropriate styles of standard written English. The varied writing assignments will be supplemented by topical readings, oral and electronic discussions, peer review and grammar instruction as needed. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on English placement tests or successful completion of ENGL-094. (4 hours weekly)

ENGL-115 Creative Writing
3 Credits

Creative Writing introduces students to the literary elements of poetry and short narratives and provides opportunities to express themselves in those genres through creative discourse with other writers. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-119 Introduction to Playwriting
3 Credits (Arts/Humanities/Literature Core)

This course is an introduction to the art and craft of playwriting. Students will participate in daily writing exercises, read play scripts, attend and respond to assigned theatrical performances, complete assigned written projects, and read them in class for discussion. Emphasis is placed on the student’s increasing ability to freely employ the tools of the craft, including, but not limited to, conflict, character, action, dialogue, dramatic structure, responding to others’ work, revision of written work, and preparation for production. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as THET-119.

ENGL-121 College Composition
3 Credits (English Composition Core)

ENGL-121 guides students through the expository writing process through close reading of contemporary critical discourse and teaches the rhetorical arts of argument and persuasion through critical thinking, reading and research. Students will develop an understanding of themselves as readers and writers of world cultures who participate with others in responsible public discourse and have moral and ethical responsibilities in that discourse; students will also examine the relationship among writer, audience, and purpose, and practice writing prose through a recursive process. Students completing this course should be able to write persuasive, researched and documented essays (of at least 1,000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard written English and manuscript presentation. Prerequisite: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is based on English placement test scores or the successful completion of required developmental English course work. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-125 Concept and Story Development
3 Credits
This course is an introduction to concept development and storytelling methods through a series of short writing assignments of various forms. Students will generate ideas and stories for creative projects in print and electronic media such as television, radio and film. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as TVRD-125.

ENGL-126 Introduction to Journalism
3 Credits (Humanities Core)
This course will provide a framework for the practical applications required to operate as a journalist in the twenty-first century. Students will discuss the role and responsibility of press in a free society and will benefit from the opportunity to evaluate popular journalistic mediums and their respective contents while applying their conclusions to their own decisions and styles as future journalists. They will take on the role of journalist as they adhere to the professional standards of news, feature, and opinion pieces for a magazine or newspaper. Finally, students will implement the writing process, from research, interviewing, and note taking through editing, proofreading, and potential publication. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as TVRD-126.

ENGL-200 Children’s Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Children’s Literature examines the historical background and development of works written for young people. Students are presented with criteria for assessing both text and illustrations of classic and contemporary works written for diverse audiences of children and young adults with a strong focus on terminology and a variety of genres. This is a writing intensive course. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-201 American Literature I
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)
American Literature I surveys a range of work produced in the United States of America from the time of the European immigrations of the 1600s through the post-Civil War era. Representative literary works by men and women from diverse ethnic, racial, and social groups are studied in their historical, social, political, and economic context for what they both reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience—including fiction, nonfiction and writings from the American Revolution. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121.  (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-202 American Literature II
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

American Literature II studies literature written in the United States of America from the mid-nineteenth century to recent times. Works are chosen to represent diverse ethnic, racial and social groups in historical, political and economic contexts for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character. Representative works include Realist and Naturalist literature, immigrant and Native American experience, classic work from WWI and WWII eras, and feminist expression, among others. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-203 English Literature I
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

English Literature I examines language, ideas and political/cultural values in English literature from Anglo-Saxon times through the Renaissance and into the 1700s. Students explore a variety of genres, such as poetry, letters, and drama, and study major authors such as Shakespeare as well as texts representing diverse perspectives of men and women in English literature.  Key motifs from the texts include history, ideology, and the evolving ideas about humanity and the rise of individualism. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-204 English Literature II
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)
English Literature II examines language, ideas, and political/cultural values in English literature from the Romantic period of the late 1700s through the Victorian era and into the 1900s. Students read poems, plays and novels encompassing issues like civil rights, colonialism, sexuality and political power; they study writing that celebrates new freedoms and new ways of assessing humanity, self and the world through diverse perspectives, including authors such as Austen, Beckett, Blake, Eliot, Hardy, Joyce, Tennyson, Wordsworth, Wollstonecraft, Woolf, and Yeats. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-205 The Short Story
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

The Short Story offers a basic introduction to that genre of literature. Students focus on the critical evaluation of representative short stories by diverse authors from around the world, with an emphasis on American and European writers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries such as Anton Chekhov, D. H. Lawrence and more contemporary writers, such as Margaret Atwood and Milan Kundera. Students are presented with literary terminology and concepts necessary to the discussion and evaluation of these works. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-206 African American Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

African American Literature studies oral and written stories of African American writers from the 18th century through the Harlem Renaissance to present times, including authors such as Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, and Martin Luther King, Jr.. Students analyze major themes like alienation, identity, double-consciousness, racism, classism, rebellion, revolt and escape. They both evaluate these works for their literary merit and make connections between the literature and their own experience. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Ethics in Literature studies poems, short stories, drama and novels with the intention of probing both their literary merit and the ethical questions embedded within them. Students apply literary terminology and basic principles of ethics in order to understand and appreciate these works. The course emphasizes close and perceptive reading, thoughtful discussion and reflection. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-208 Contemporary American Poetry
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Contemporary American Poetry focuses on the richness and diversity of America’s finest poets. The course begins with a brief selection of earlier significant poets who provide a historical perspective. Students then concentrate on the literary elements and merit of material written from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present. Course work emphasizes close readings and class discussion of a body of works varied in style and content. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-209 Modern Drama
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities/Arts Core)

Modern Drama studies work written for European and American theater in the last and present century. Students discuss and appraise plays; identify basic elements which distinguish modern drama from earlier periods; evaluate performances of contemporary plays; and study what playwrights have said about the nature of drama. Students also discuss the impact of major philosophical and scientific achievements on dramatic material. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as THET-209.

ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)
Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama studies conventions and characteristics of these three genres of literature and is particularly recommended for students new to the study of literature. Students study terminology and literary concepts in order to interpret, analyze and critically evaluate selections from stories, poems and plays. In addition, they are introduced to critical reading strategies, literary criticism, and an expanding literary canon which includes the work of culturally diverse writers including a classic piece from Greek or Shakespearian theatre. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-211 Science Through Science Fiction
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities/Interdisciplinary and Emerging Issues Core)

Science through Science Fiction focuses on themes of controversial scientific discovery and innovation, exploring both the wonder and the danger. Students view films and read short stories and novels then illustrate comprehension of scientific background and literary concepts through class discussion, essay exams and literary projects. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-212 By and About Women
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

By and About Women studies literature written by female authors and/or about female characters. Students critically evaluate a variety of texts for form and technique. In addition, students analyze the validity of the female experience as portrayed in literature and are expected to gain insight into the challenges and power of women in literature and in life. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as WMST-212.

ENGL-213 Latin American Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Latin American Literature, in English translation, from the pre-Colonial era to the present, introduces students to major literary topics and themes within a variety of Latin American nations and cultures, including indigenous and Afro-Latin voices. Genres studied include the novel, the short story, poetry, the testimonial narrative, and historical nonfiction. Readings, films, and discussion help provide the social and historical context necessary for understanding and appreciating Latin American literature from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-214 Middle Eastern Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)
Middle Eastern Literature in English translation will examine major works by Arab and Arab-American writers from the advent of World War II to the present. The course will introduce students to major Middle East literary topics and themes, most notably from those countries that felt the greatest impact of Western influence, signaling a change in literary technique and theme: Egypt, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran and Iraq. Genres studied will include the novel/, the short story, poetry and historical nonfiction necessary for understanding the broad social, cultural and political changes wrought by Western presence, including the changing roles of women in Arab/Islamic culture. The course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-215 Advanced Creative Writing
3 Credits

Advanced Creative Writing is designed for those students who have mastered fundamental elements of creative writing. The course deepens students’ understanding of the literary elements of poetry and short narratives and provides extended opportunities to express themselves in those genres through creative discourse with other writers. Prerequisite: ENGL-115 or permission of the instructor. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-216 Contemporary Drama: Topics in Diversity
3 Credits (Literature/Arts/Humanities Core)

Contemporary Drama studies works written for European and American theater from 1950 until current practice. Students discuss and appraise plays; identify basic elements which distinguish contemporary drama from earlier periods; evaluate performances of contemporary plays; and study what playwrights have said about the nature of drama. Students are introduced to the formalist conventions and characteristics, terms and concepts, and critical theory of drama in order to master skills in interpretation, analysis, and critical evaluation Students also discuss the impact of gender, race, culture, and sexual orientation studies on dramatic material. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as THET-216.

ENGL-217 The English Bible as Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Arts/Humanities Core)

The English Bible as Literature studies the King James version of the English Bible as literature, providing necessary background to understand the books of the Bible in historical and cultural context, including the questions of authorship, canonization, and translation. The course also emphasizes the types of literature to be found in the Bible, including narrative, poetry, biography, history, epistolary writing, wisdom literature, prophetic literature, and apocalyptic literature. In addition, the course explores the influence the Bible has had on other literature and on different disciplines, such as art, music, film, and contemporary popular culture. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-218 Introduction to Film and Literature
3 Credits (Literature/Arts/Humanities Core)

Introduction to Film and Literature is a comparative study of films and the literary sources upon which they are based, with special attention given to basic differences between genres. Students are introduced to the formalist conventions and characteristics, terms and concepts, and critical theory of film and literature in order to master skills in interpretation, analysis, and critical evaluation. The course explores a variety of styles, periods, and forms, but individual sections of the course may focus on a genre, topic, or theme. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as FILM-218.

ENGL-219 Asian Literature
3 Credits (Humanities/Literature Core)

This course is an introduction to Asian literature from ancient times to contemporary writings. Students will read, analyze, and research diverse and significant Asian literary texts in the context of their cultural values and historical periods and apply basic literary terms, concepts, and critical strategies while learning to appreciate the conventions of a variety of genres. Students will have the opportunity to devote significant time to the research and analysis of literature from a particular country, such as China or Japan, in addition to developing an appreciation for the vastness and diversity of Asian literary traditions. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-223 Writing for Screen Narrative
3 Credits

This course will teach the strategies and means to develop and execute narrative scripts with the primary focus on the short form narrative film. Emphasis is placed on the student’s increasing ability to employ the tools of the craft, including but not limited to, story structure, mythic structure, plot, characterization, dialogue, format, story editing and revision. Conventional scriptwriting techniques will be covered as well as critical approaches to understanding these techniques. Elements of the feature film form will be studied, extrapolated and applied to shorter forms as well. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as TVRD-223 and FILM-223.

ENGL-224 Writing for Radio and Multimedia
3 Credits

This course is an overview and introduction to writing for ear and writing for multimedia productions as they relate specifically to radio. Students will write and voice original scripts using studio recording equipment, editing software, and multimedia software tools. Emphasis is on analysis of peer scripts as well as the scripts of professional productions, and on revision. Students create several projects with focus on audience demographics, research, script writing format, storyboarding and completing a multimedia production. Topics include news writing, interviewing, promos, PSAs, commercials, pitches, personal essays, blogging and audio slideshows. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as TVRD-224.

ENGL-226 World Literature I
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Students read, analyze, and research diverse and significant literary texts from antiquity to the Renaissance in the context of their cultural values and historical periods and apply basic literary terms, concepts, and critical strategies while learning to appreciate the conventions of a variety of genres. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-227 World Literature II
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Students read, analyze, and research diverse and significant literary texts from the Renaissance to the present in the context of their cultural values and historical periods and apply basic literary terms, concepts, and critical strategies while learning to appreciate the conventions of a variety of genres. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-228 Introduction to Memoir and Autobiography
3 Credits (Literature/Humanities Core)

Introduction to Memoir and Autobiography studies the literary genres and conventions of memoir and autobiography and is particularly recommended for students interested in writing about their life experiences. Students research and study literary elements of narrative forms and storytelling traditions of different cultures, as well as listen to a variety of authors and original voices in order to critically analyze stories that define the human experience. Students draw on their backgrounds and experiences to create memoirs. They also explore practical applications of narrative writing in journals and contemporary media. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-230 Technical Writing
3 Credits

This intensive writing class provides an introduction to technical and professional communication. In an interactive workshop format, students learn to think critically about the informative, persuasive and ethical dimensions of their writing. They study rhetorical principles and apply them to an array of assignments, from brief memos to formal proposals. In addition, students learn how to adapt their writing process to rapidly changing communication technologies, how to effectively write in a collaborative setting, and how to connect with a specific audience. Prerequisite: ENGL-121 or appropriate score on English placement test scores. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-240 Applied English Grammar
3 Credits

Students of Applied English Grammar will analyze the grammar, syntax, history, and conventional usage of the English language, including its definitions, functions and relationships among its words; the types, styles, and logic of its sentences; and effective use of punctuation. Students will apply these principles through editing, reading, writing, speaking, and critical thinking activities and assignments. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly)

ENGL-250 Shakespeare from Page to Stage
3 Credits (Literature/Arts/Humanities Core)

Shakespeare from Page to Stage focuses on reading, analyzing and interpreting Shakespeare’s plays as literary texts; understanding them as products of specific historical, cultural and artistic currents, and as performance text meant for production. Emphasis is given to the process that transforms literary text through production, informed by literary and theatrical elements. This course is writing intensive. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as THET-250.

ENGL-251 Shakespeare from Page to Screen
3 Credits (Literature/Arts/Humanities Core)

This course focuses on reading, analyzing and interpreting Shakespeare’s plays as they have been adapted to film; understanding them as products of specific historical, cultural and artistic currents, as performance text meant for production within the constraints of the medium of film. Prerequisite: ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as FILM-251 and THET-251.

ENGL-265 Acting Shakespeare
3 Credits

This course will introduce students to the acting techniques employed to perform the works of William Shakespeare. Topics will include scansion, voice and diction, period movement, historical overview, and stage to screen performances. Students will demonstrate their performance skills through memorized monologues and scenes. Students will participate in a public performance event at HCC, performing Shakespeare pieces learned in class. Prerequisite: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121. (3 hours weekly) NOTE: Also listed as THET-265.


hcc catalogue '11-'12


Accounting - ACCT
Aging Services - AGNG
American Sign Language - AMSL
Anthropology - ANTH
Arabic - ARAB 
Art - ARTT 
Astronomy - ASTR
Bioinformatics - BFMT 
Biology - BIOL 
Biomechanical Engineering - BMET
Business - BMGT 
Cardiovascular Technology - CARD
Chemistry - CHEM 
Chinese - CHNS 
Cisco - CSCO 
Computer-Aided Design - CADD
Computer Forensics - CFOR 
Computer Systems - CMSY 
Conflict Resolution - CRES
Construction Management - CNST 
Cooperative Education - COOP
Criminal Justice - CRIM 
Culinary Management - CMGT 
Dance - DANC
Dental Hygiene - DHYG 
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography - DMSU

Economics - ECON 
Education - EDUC 
Electronics - ELEC 
Emergency Medical Technician/
Paramedic - EMSP
 
Engineering -ENES 
English- ENGL 
Entrepreneurship - ENTR 
Environmental Science - ENST
Exercise Science - EXSC 
Farsi - FARS
Film - FILM 
Financial PLanning- FNPL 
Fine Arts - FINE 
French - FREN 
Geography - GEOG 
Geology - GEOL 
German - GERM 
Greek - GREK 
Health Care - HEAL 
Health Education - HEED 
Hebrew - HBRW
Hindi - HNDI
History - HIST 
Horticulture - HORT 
Hospitality Management - HMGT
Human Development - HMDV 
Human Services - HUMS 
Humanities - HUMN
Interior Design - INDS
Italian - ITAL 
Japanese - JPNS
Korean - KORE 
Life Fitness - LFIT 
Mathematics - MATH 
Medical Laboratory
Technician - MLTS

Meteorology - METO 
Microsoft - MSFT 
Music - MUSC 
Nursing - NURS 
Nutrition - NUTR
Office Technology - OFFI 
Philosophy - PHIL 
Photonics - PHOT
Physical Therapist
Assistant - PTAP
 
Physics - PHYS 
Political Science - POLI 
Portuguese - PORT
Psychology - PSYC 
Public Health - PUBH
Radiologic Technology - RADT
Retailing - RETL 
Russian - RUSS 
Social Work - SOWK
Sociology - SOCI 
Spanish - SPAN 
Speech - SPCH 
Telecommunications - TELE
Television and Radio - TVRD
Theatre - THET 
Turkish - TURK
Wireless Communications - WCOM
Women's Studies - WMST