Priority registration for summer and fall courses has begun! Are you looking for a class to round out your schedule? Want to branch out with an elective course? Check out these summer and fall classes and make the most of your time at Reynolds.
ARA – 101 — Beginning Arabic I
T W Th (10am – 1:50pm) PRC
Beginning Arabic understanding, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and emphasizes basic Arabic sentence structure. Discusses the diversity of cultures in the Arab world. Part I of II.
ART – 106 — History of Modern Art
Distance Learning Class
History of Modern Art surveys the history of modern architecture, sculpture, painting, and graphic arts in representational and nonrepresentational forms. It focuses on the periods and movements that influenced the arts of the twentieth century. Emphasizes contemporary art forms, particularly the interaction between art and society, industry, and design.
ENG – 273 — Women in Literature I
Distance Learning Class
Women in Literature examines literature by and about women prior to 1900. Involves critical reading and writing. ENG 273 has been designated as a “writing intensive” course according to standards developed by the English department. ENG 273 and ENG 274 may be taken out of order.
Hybrid Class – W (2:30pm – 4:25pm) PRC
Literature of the U.S. Deaf Community presents an overview of various aspects of literature common in the U.S. Deaf Community, including those forms written in English and those forms signed in ASL. Applies the recurring themes and metaphors in the context of the history of the U.S. Deaf Community.
ENG – 215 — Creative Writing – Fiction I
T Th (2:30pm – 3:45pm) DTC
Introduces, in a workshop setting, the fundamentals and techniques of writing short and long fiction. ENG 215 has been designated as a “writing intensive” course according to standards developed by the English department.
ENG – 217 — Creative Writing – Poetry I
T Th (2:30pm – 3:45pm) PRC
In ENG 217, you’ll study poetic techniques and forms. You’ll be introduced to 20th and contemporary American poetry and encouraged in your own writing and publishing. This course uses a hybrid-workshop format, pairing the writing workshop with a critical study of poetry.
ENG – 233 — The Bible as Literature
T Th (1:00pm – 2:15pm) PRC
The Bible as Literature provides an introduction to the study of the Bible as literature. Examines the intent and presentation of major literary genres found in the Bible, refining student skills of analysis, synthesis, and presentation. Involves critical reading and writing. ENG 233 has been designated as a “writing intensive” course according to standards developed by the English department.
HIS – 276 — United States History Since World War II
W (7:00pm – 9:40pm) PRC
United States History Since World War II investigates United States history from 1945 to the present, studying both domestic developments and American involvement in international affairs.
MUS – 225 — The History of Jazz
M (12:00pm – 2:40pm) PRC
The History of Jazz studies the underlying elements of jazz, concentrating on its cultural and historical development from earliest stages to the present. No previous knowledge of music is required.