Current INQ Courses

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The following courses were approved by the faculty in the fall of 2011:

Course Instructor
ENG 357 - Southern Literature Lucas Carpenter
ENG 389R - Advanced Grammer Stacy Bell
ENG 205 - Poetry Clark Lemons
REL 100 - Introduction to Religion David Gowler
BIO 235 - Field Botany Eloise Carter
BIO 155 - Applications and Communications in Biological Sciences Nitya Jacob
REL 314 - Islam Florian Pohl
GEOL 142 - Evolution of the Earth Steve Henderson
MATH 221 - Linear Algebra Fang Chen
POLS 208 - Political Science Methods Katie Vigilante
ANTH 353 - Economic Anthropology Alicia DeNicola
ANTH 353 - Introduction to Archaeology Aaron Stutz
HIST 232 - The Making of Modern America: United States Since 1877 Susan Ashmore
PSYC 222/NBB 223 - Clinical Neuroscience Ken Carter


The following courses were approved by the faculty in the spring of 2011:

Course Instructor
WS 100 / SOC 103 - Introduction to Women's Studies Patti Owen Smith
PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy Ken Anderson
HIST 231 - The Foundations of American Society: Beginnings to 1877 Susan Ashmore
ANTH 201 - Concepts and Methods in Biological Anthropology Aaron Stutz
SOC 231R - Social Change in Developing Societies Michael McQuaide
MATH 107 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics Ricardo Conceico (and others)
REL 345 - The New Testament in its Contexts David Gowler
CS 170 - Introduction to Computer Science Paul Oser
ENG 251 - American Literature, 1865 to Present Jeff Galle
ENG 389 - Thirteen Ways of Reading a Good Book: An Inquiry-driven Guide Through Literary Criticism Jeff Galle
ENG 389R - Literature on American Slavery Adriane Ivey
BIO 111 - Environmental Science Theodosia Wade
MUS 204 - Music Cultures of the World Maria Archetto
MATH 207 - Probability and Statistics Evelyn Bailey
REL 100 - Introduction to Religion Florian Pohl
REL 211 - Western Religious Traditions Florian Pohl
ECON 231 - Introduction to International Trade and Finance Jasminka Ninkovic


The following courses were approved by the faculty in the fall of 2010:

Course Instructor
REL 205 - Biblical Literature David Gowler
REL 348 - The New Testament in its Context David Gowler
REL 100 - Introduction to Religion Eve Mullen
MATH 125 - Codes and Connections: An Introduction to Number Theory Paul Oser
MATH 250 - Foundations of Mathematics Michael Rogers
CHEM 142 - General Chemistry Nichole Powell
POLS 101 - Introduction to Politics Katie Vigilante, Bill Shapiro and Bill Cody
SOC 215 - Social Problems Mike McQuaide
ENG 389R - Special Topics - Memoir Stacy Bell
BIO 245 - Fresh Water Ecology Steve Baker
ART 265 - Art History (Europe in the 20th Century) Camille Cottrell
PSYC 330 - Personality Theories Patti Owen-Smith
GEOL 250 - Mineral Resources, Energy, and Power (with Lab) Steve Henderson
MATH 212 - Differential Equations Ricardo Conceicao
CL 102 - Classical Mythology Henry Bayerle
ENG 330 - Romanticism Lucas Carpenter
PHIL 115 - Introduction to Ethics Ken Anderson
MATH 120 - Introduction to Pure Mathematics Michael Rogers
BIO 135 - Plants and Society (with Lab) Eloise Carter
BIO 142 - Advanced Topics in Genetics and Molecular Biology Nitya Jacob
BIO 141 - Cell Biology and Genetics Laboratory Nitya Jacob (and others)
ENG 381R - Virginia Woolf Christine Loflin
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