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.

Fall 2022

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 113 – Unified Fine Arts and Western Civilization I

  • 41 – Prof. Williams (TTH 4:30-5:45)
  • 42 – Prof. Kapanjie-Rians (MWF 2:00-2:50)
  • 43 – Prof. Kapanjie-Rians (MWF 3:00-3:50)

BCC: Writing 1 (W1)

ENG 101 – English Composition

  • 40 – Prof. Lalama (TTH 1:30-2:45)

BCC: Oral Communication (OC)

COM 103 – The Oral Communication Process

  • 40 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 12-12:50)
  • 41 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 11-11:50)
  • 42 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 10-10:50)

BCC: Global Perspectives (GP)

HIS 209 – The History of Africa

  • 40 – Prof. Nielsen (TTH 1:30-2:45)

RLS 336 – Buddhism in Asian Civilizations

  • 40 – Dr. Getz (MWF 11-11:50)

BCC: Writing 2 (W2)

ENG 306 – Business Communication

This course is recommended for students in all colleges, including Engineering.

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

BCC: Humanities (HU)

PHL 103 – An Inquiry Into Values

  • 40 – Dr. Greene (MWF 1-1:50)

BCC: Social and Behavioral Sciences (SB)

PLS 105 – Introduction to American Government

  • 40 – Prof. Schnurr (TTH 9:00-10:15)

BCC: Natural Science (NS)

CHM 110 – General Chemistry I

  • 40 – Prof. Campbell (MWF 10:00-10:50 and TH 5:00-7:00 pm)

ADDITIONAL COURSES:

LAS: OUT-OF-CLUSTER

LAS 101 – The Hunger Games of Latin America

Designed for Biology majors participating in the First-year Research Experience.

  • 40 – Prof. Toxqui (MWF 2:00-2:50)
  • First-year students only.

BIO 190 Biology First-year Scholars

  • 40 – Prof. Marino (W 12:00-12:50)
  • First-year Biology majors may register for this course.

ME 101 – Foundations of Mechanical Engineering

  • 40 – Prof. Timpe (MW 12:00-1:50)

ME 351 Engineering Materials Science

  • 40 – Prof. Nair (TTH 3:00-4:15)

Spring 2023

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.

Students must complete both courses to receive BCC credit.

CIV 114 – Unified Fine Arts and Western Civilization I

  • 41 – Dr. Williams (TTH 4:30-5:45)
  • 42 – Dr. Kapanjie-Rians (MWF 2:00-2:50) [Writing Intensive]
  • 43 – Dr. Kapanjie-Rians (MWF 2:00-2:50) [Writing Intensive]

BCC: Oral Communication (OC)

COM 103 – The Oral Communication Process

  • 40 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 12:00-12:50)
  • 41 – Prof. Sandoval (MWF 1:00-1:50)

BCC: Global Perspectives (GP)

WGS 200 – Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

  • 40 – Dr. Glassmeier (TTH 1:30-2:45)

BCC: Multidisciplinary Integration

ENS 110 – Environmental Science

  • 40 – Dr. Edgcomb-Friday (TTH 9-10:15))

ENG 125 – Literatures of Identity (Vulnerability)

  • 40 – Dr. Eggert (TTH 3-4:15)

In this course, we will read, analyze, and discuss literary works that focus on vulnerable populations in our society. We’ll investigate the ways in which various contemporary pieces of written literature (i.e. works of short fiction, poetry, memoir, blurred-genre, and essay) attempt to give voice to the “voiceless” as well as raise awareness and empathy in readers. Finally, we’ll identify and examine societal and systemic beliefs and practices that promote and normalize mistreatment of vulnerable populations.

WGS 200 – Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

  • 40 – Dr. Glassmeier (TTH 1:30-2:45)

BCC: Natural Science (NS)

ENS 110 – Environmental Science

  • 40 – Dr. Edgcomb-Friday (TTH 9-10:15)

BCC: Social and Behavioral Sciences (SB)

SOC 100 – The Sociological Perspective

  • 40 – Dr. Whetstone (TTH 1:30-2:45)

BCC: Writing 2 (W2)

ENG 305 – Advanced Writing—Technical Writing

  • 40 – Prof. Russell (TTH 12:00-1:15)

ENG 306 – Advanced Writing—Business Communication

  • 40 – Dr. Worley (TTH 10:30-11:45)

BCC: Humanities (HU)

ENG 125 – Literatures of Identity (Vulnerability)

  • 40 – Dr. Eggert (TTH 3-4:15)

ADDITIONAL COURSES FOR ME, AND PSY MAJORS:

Tentative: M E 308 – Thermodyn Fluid Flow

  • 40 – Dr. Martin Morris (Class: MWF 1:00-1:50; Lab: TH 2:00-3:50)

PSY 400 – Honors Research in Psychology

  • 40 – Dr. Hermann (TTH 3-4:15)