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One-Credit Hour Courses

First Session, 2021

AMST225L The Practice of Stand Up Comedy (1)

Students will learn and practice the art of stand up comedy via structured assignments, group workshops, live performances and conversations that build on topics introduced in AMST 225. Class size is limited to 15 students. Instructor permission required. Meets June 7-23, 2021, MWF from 11:30am-1:30pm.

BIOL 101L Introductory Biology Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite or co-requisite, BIOL 101. An examination of the fundamental concepts in biology with emphasis on scientific inquiry. Biological systems are analyzed through experimentation, dissection, and observation. Three labs per week.

BIOL 252L Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite, BIOL 101 and 101L; co-requisite, BIOL 252. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the pre- or co-requisite. Organ level human structure and function. Three labs per week.

BIOL 278L Animal Behavior Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite or co-requisite, BIOL 278. Techniques of observation and experiments in animal behavior. Three labs per week.

EXSS 275L Human Anatomy Laboratory (1)

A basic human anatomy laboratory course designed to accompany EXSS 175. For students endeavoring to major in the allied health professions.

LFIT 104 Lifetime Fitness: Exercise and Conditioning (1)

This course is an introduction to fitness and wellness and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. Activities will promote cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, and flexibility. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina.

LFIT 106 Lifetime Fitness: Beginning Jogging (1)

This course is an introduction fitness and wellness and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. The activity portion of the course promotes cardiovascular fitness through jogging. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina.

LFIT 112 Lifetime Fitness: Walking (1)

This course is an introduction to fitness and wellness, and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. The activity portion of the course promotes cardiovascular fitness through walking. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina.

MATH 383L First Course in Differential Equations Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite, MATH 233; pre- or co-requisite, MATH 383. Course is computational laboratory component designed to help students visualize ODE solutions in Matlab. Emphasis is on differential equations motivated by Applied Sciences. Some applied linear algebra will appear as needed for computation and modeling purposes.

MATH 528L Laboratory for Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences I (1)

Prerequisite, MATH 383; pre- or co-requisite, MATH 528. Training in the use of symbolic and numerical computing packages and their application to the MATH 528 lecture topics. Students will need a CCI-compatible computing device.

ROML 194 Service Learning in Romance Studies (1)

MAYMESTER; Session I. Permission of the instructor. Service learning component for students enrolled in Romance Studies APPLES courses. May not count toward any major or minor offered in the department. Note: Available to students enrolled in SPAN 344 during Maymester and to students enrolled in SPAN 329 during Session I.

Second Session, 2021

BIOL 101L Introductory Biology Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite or co-requisite, BIOL 101. An examination of the fundamental concepts in biology with emphasis on scientific inquiry. Biological systems are analyzed through experimentation, dissection, and observation. Three labs per week.

BIOL 252L Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (1)

Prerequisites, BIOL 101 and 101L; co-requisite, BIOL 252. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the pre- or co-requisite. Organ level human structure and function. Three labs per week.

BIOL 253L Advanced Anatomy and Physiology Lab (1)

Prerequisites, BIOL 252 and 252L; co-requisite, BIOL 253. In-depth study of physiological mechanisms by hands-on experimentation. Students gain experience in collecting, analyzing, and presenting human physiological data. Two labs per week.

BIOL 474 Evolution of Vertebrate Life (1)

Prerequisite, BIOL 201 or 202. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisite. Evolutionary history of the vertebrates. Emphasis on anatomical, physiological, behavioral adaptations accompanying major transitions: the move from water to land, the development of complex integrating systems. Counts as organismal ONLY when 474 & 474L completed (474L offered in fall & spring only).

EDUC 130 Navigating the Research University (1)

This course will provide students with knowledge to succeed at a research university. Students will consider what it means to have a liberal arts education and will learn about motivation, resiliency, and self-advocacy. Students will reflect on their current work toward academic success and their path to graduation.

EXSS 275L Human Anatomy Laboratory (1)

A basic human anatomy laboratory course designed to accompany EXSS 175. For students endeavoring to major in the allied health professions.

MEJO 393 Mass Communication Practicum (1)

ONLINE. Prerequisite, MEJO 153. Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisite. Students work with area media and advertising and public relations firms and meet weekly for consultation and evaluation by the faculty advisor. Must be taken Pass/D+/D/Fail only.