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Classes

Students are expected to complete five Honors sections of the twelve required Core Curriculum classes during their course of study at Bradley University. Alternatively, any of the courses may be completed as electives.

Spring 2020

BCC: Writing 1 (W1) + Multidisciplinary Integration (MI)

CIV 111-112 is a year-long course that satisfies both the BCC Writing 1 and the Multidisciplinary Integration requirements. Completion of the sequence also satisfies two of the five Honors course requirements.

CIV 112 – Unified Composition and Western Civilization I

  • 41 – Dr. Herbert (MWF 11-11:50)
  • 42 – Dr. Dusenbery (MWF 1-1:50)

BCC: Fine Arts (FA) + Multidisciplinary Integration (MI) or Humanities (HU)

CIV 113-114 is a year-long course that satisfies both the BCC Fine Arts requirement and either the Multidisciplinary Integration requirement or the Humanities requirement. Completion of the sequence also satisfies two of the five Honors course requirements)

CIV 114 – Unified Fine Arts and Western Civilization I

  • 41 – Dr. Williams (TTH 1:30-2:45)
  • 42 – Dr. Williams (MW 3:00-4:15)
  • 43 – Prof. Kapanjie (TTH 12:00-1:15)
  • 44 Prof. Kapanjie (TTH 3:00-4:15)

BCC: Oral Communication (OC)

COM 103 – The Oral Communication Process

  • 40 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 10:00-10:50)
  • 41 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 12:00-12:50)

BCC: Global Perspectives (GP)

RLS 336 – Buddhism and Asian Civilizations

  • Dr. Getz (MWF 11:00-11:50)

This class has no prerequisites and is open to all students, including freshmen.

BCC: Social and Behavioral Sciences

SOC 100-40 – The Sociological Perspective

  • Dr. Whetstone (MWF 10:00-10:50)

BCC: Writing 2 (W2)

ENG 304-40 – Research in Individual Disciplines

  • Dr. Conley (TTH 9:00-10:15)

Recommended especially for LAS, CFA, and EHS students.

Note: With special permission and paperwork, the final paper for this course may also be used to fulfill the Honors Jr./Sr. Project requirement if taken during a student’s final three semesters at Bradley.

BCC: Fine Arts (FA)

PHL 350-40 – Art in Human Experience

  • Dr. Greene (MWF 2-2:50)

This class has no prerequisites and is open to all students, including freshmen.

ADDITIONAL COURSES:

BIO 190-40 Biology Freshman Scholars

  • Dr. Staubenau (TTH 12-12:50)

Freshman Biology majors with a minimum 30 ACT score may register for this class in the Biology Dept. office in Olin 101.

BIO 505 Topics in Bioethics (3 credit hours)

  • Dr. Keith Johnson (Tuesday 1:30-3:50)

Prerequisite: One semester of freshman biology.

Fall 2020

BCC: Writing 1 (W1) + Multidisciplinary Integration (MI)

CIV 111-112 is a year-long sequence that emphasizes clear and effective writing using subject matter of Western Civilization. The courses satisfy both the BCC Writing 1 and the Multidisciplinary Integration requirements. Completion of the sequence also satisfies two of the five Honors course requirements.

  • 42 – Staff (TTH 12-1:15)

BCC: Fine Arts (FA) + Multidisciplinary Integration (MI) or Humanities (HU)

CIV 113-114 is a year-long sequence that blends meaningful study of the Fine Arts with selected intellectual, cultural, political, economic, social, and technological issues that have formed the spirit of the various ages. These courses satisfy both the BCC Fine Arts requirement and either the Multidisciplinary Integration requirement or the Humanities requirement. Completion of the sequence also satisfies two of the five Honors course requirements.

  • 41 – Dr. Williams (MW 3-4:15)
  • 45 – Dr. Brown (MWF 10-10:50)
  • 46 – Dr. Brown (MWF 1-1:50)
  • 48 – Dr. Williams (MW 4:30-5:45)

BCC: Oral Communication (OC)

COM 103 – The Oral Communication Process

  • 40 – Staff (MWF 12-12:50)
  • 41 – Staff (MWF 11-11:50)

BCC: Global Perspectives (GP)

ANT 101-40 – The Anthropological Perspective

  • Dr. Hogan (MWF 2-2:50)

BCC: Humanities (HU)

PHL 103-40 – An Inquiry into Values

  • Dr. Greene (MWF 2-2:50)

BCC: Natural Science (NS)

CHM 110-40 – General Chemistry I

  • Dr. Bosma (MWF 10-10:50; TH 5-7 pm)

GES 101-40 – Principles of Earth Science

  • Dr. Marino (MWF 12-12:50)

BCC: Writing 2 (W2)

ENG 305-40 – Technical Writing

  • Prof. Russell (TTH 12-1:15)

ENG 306-40 – Business Communication

  • Dr. McBee Orzulak (TTH 10:30-11:45)

ADDITIONAL COURSES:

BIO 190-40 Bio Scholars

  • Dr. Staubenau (TTH 12 – 12:50)

ME 101 – Foundations of Mechanical Engineering

  • 40 – Dr. Timpe M and (lab on Wednesday) 12-1:50
  • 41 – Dr. Timpe M and (lab on Friday) 12-1:50

ME 351-40 Engineering Materials Science

  • Dr. Kalyani Nair (TTH 12-1:15)