Seats Still Available for Spring 2014 in ICC Courses

12/06/2013

Contributed by Danette Johnson

 Seats are still available for the spring 2014 semester in a number of ICC courses.  To register or obtain full course information, go to Homer Connect. In addition to the courses listed below that have multiple open seats, single seats continue to open up periodically in other ICC designated courses, so you can check the schedule to see if there is an opening in a course of interest any time between now and the end of spring semester add/drop in late January.

 

  

ICC Diversity:

ARTH28700 01 Latino Art in the US (prereq: sophomore standing)

CSCR11000 01 Introduction to Asian American Studies

EDUC34000 01,  02,  and 03   Social and Cultural Foundations of Education (prereq: 3 courses in humanities or social sciences)

ENGL19408 01 The Power of Injustice and the Injustice of Power: Life at the Margins in American Literature  (also Power and Justice theme, HM perspective)

ENGL19410 01 and 02  Engendering Modernity: 20th Century Women Writers [also Identities theme, HM perspective]

JWST29400 01 Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power [also Identities and Power and Justice themes, HM perspective] (prereq: 1 course in humanities or social sciences)

ICC Quantitative Literacy:

ECON12100 02, 07, 10, and 12  Principles of Macroeconomics (prereq: passing math competency score)

ECON12200 03 Principles of Microeconomics (prereq: passing math competency score)

MATH14400 01 Statistics for Business, Economics, and Management (prereq: passing math competency score and math placement score of 1 or 2)

MATH16300 01 Numbers in Education (prereq: passing math competency score)

ICC Writing Intensive:

WRTG21700 Inquiry, Research, and Writing across the Disciplines (prereq: WRTG10600; ICSM108xx or ICSM118xx))

ICC Identities Theme:

ENGL19410 01 and 02  Engendering Modernity: 20th Century Women Writers [HM; also DV]

FREN10100 01 and 04 Elementary French I [HM]

FREN10200 01 and 04 Elementary French II [HM] (prereq: FREN10100 or placement)

HIST28200 01 and 02 Dictatorships and Democracies in 20th Century Europe [HM] (prereq: 1 course in humanities or sciences; sophomore standing)

JWST29400 01 Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power [HM; also DV] (prereq: 1 course in humanities or social sciences)

WRTG19401 Writing the West  [HM]

ICC Inquiry, Imagination, and Innovation Theme:

HIST23000 01 Science and Medicine from the Ancient Near East to the Scientific Revolution [HM] (prereq: sophomore standing)

PHYS17400 01 Solar System Astronomy [SC] (prereq: math placement in group 1 or 2 or MATH13100)

ICC Mind, Body, Spirit Theme:

PSYC10000 01 Psychology of Adjustment [SO]

RLST10500 01 Introduction to World Religions: Indigenous and Eastern [HM]

ICC Power and Justice Theme:

ENGL19408 01 The Power of Injustice and the Injustice of Power: Life at the Margins in American Literature  [HM; also DV]

HIST28200 01 and 02 Dictatorships and Democracies in 20th Century Europe [HM] (prereq: 1 course in humanities or sciences; sophomore standing)

JWST29400 01 Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power [HM; also DV] (prereq: 1 course in humanities or social sciences)

POLT10100 04 US Politics [SO]

POLT14200 01 Ideas and Ideologies [HM; SO]

SOCI24601 01 Selected Topics in Social Change: Introduction to Globalization [SO] (prereq: one course in social sciences)

WRTG19400 01 “The Slave and the Master”: Investigations of Race, Class, and Gender in Hip Hop [HM]

WRTG19403 01 Slacktivism, Activism, and Writing to Change the World [HM]

ICC Quest for Sustainable Future Theme:

PHIL25000 01 Environmental Ethics [HM] (prereq: sophomore standing)

POLT19500 01 and 02 Food and Water: Challenges to Sustainability [SO]

PSYC23500 01 Conservation Psychology [SO] (prereq: PSYC10300 or 10400)

ICC World of Systems Theme:

BIOL19702 01 Biology of Cancer [SC]

BINT21000 01 Boom, Bust, and the American Economic Cycle [SO] (prereq: sophomore standing)

PHYS17400 01 Solar System Astronomy [SC] (prereq: math placement in group 1 or 2 or MATH13100)

POLT10100 04 US Politics [SO]

POLT14200 01 Ideas and Ideologies [HM; SO]

 

SOCI24601 01 Selected Topics in Social Change: Introduction to Globalization [SO] (prereq: one course in social sciences)

 

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