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One-Credit Hour Courses 2020

First Session, 2020

APPL 413 LabView for Data Acquisition (1)

The basics of data acquisition and hardware interfacing using LabVIEW graphical programming. This software is an excellent tool that enables your computer to communicate with the instruments in your lab. LabView can also further process and display the data from these instruments. This course is taught in an abbreviated session (May 26 – June 4), 9AM – Noon daily. Students will be required to have a copy of LabView software on their laptops before the beginning of the course. This software is available free through a UNC software license. More information about this software will be provided to students before the course begins. This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.

APPL 490 3D Printing Technology and Practice (1)

3D Printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), is used broadly from manufacturing to medical research. AM will play an increasingly large role in virtually all areas of research, industry, and commerce with new technologies and significant improvements occurring continually. The course will delve deeply into the major existing and developing technologies. We will explore the elements of design for AM, motion control and imaging technologies, materials performance and selection, and the physics of parts production. Activities will include visits to various labs where AM is an essential part of the daily workflow.  This course will incorporate extensive hands-on exercises in AM optimization and printing both during class and for homework. This course is taught in an abbreviated session (May 13 – May 28) 9AM – Noon daily. This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.

LFIT 110 Lifetime Fitness: Beginning Swimming (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 includes swimming skills for beginners. 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.

LFIT 113 Lifetime Fitness: Weight Training (1)

This course is an introduction to fitness and wellness and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. The activity portion includes basic techniques of weight training. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina.

LFIT 115 Lifetime Fitness: Cycle Fitness (1)

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

MUSC 112 Richard Luby International Violin Symposium 2020 (Group Lessons in Strings) (1)

(1). This course offers intensive instruction, performance opportunities, and exchange of interpretation ideas ranging across five centuries of violin repertoire. Artist-Faculty include Antti Tikkannen and Minna Pensola (Meta4Quartet, Sibelius Academy), Nicholas DiEugenio (UNC-CH), Aaron Berofsky (University of Michigan), and Fabian Lopez (UNC-G). Course dates are May 18-24, with arrival on May 17 and departure on May 25. Program fee. Contact Assistant Professor Dr. Nicholas DiEugenio at nicholas.dieugenio@unc.edu.

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, 2020

APPL 411 Practical Electronics for Everyone (1)

This course will give students the basic capability to design and fabricate practical electronics circuits, including interfacing with sensors and actuators.  The course will cover basic DC and  AC circuit theory, time domain and frequency domain concepts, amplification, filtering, comparators, sensors, actuators, analog and digital conversion, and construction techniques.  Students should have been introduced to Ohm’s Law and have basic algebra skills to be successful in the course. This course is taught in an abbreviated session (June 22 – July 2, 2020) 9AM – Noon daily. Students will be required to bring a laptop to each class session. This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.

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.

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 113 Lifetime Fitness: Weight Training (1)

This course is an introduction to fitness and wellness and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. The activity portion includes basic techniques of weight training. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina.

MEJO 393 Mass Communication Practicum (1)

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.