Fall 2018 Courses
A total of 42 FYS courses comprise the FYS program in 2018. FYS courses reflect the academic mission of the college and they are designed to provide students with a strong foundation for life-long learning and achievement through interdisciplinary and experiential learning, and international and intercultural understanding.
First-Year Seminar courses promote diversity, inclusiveness, sustainability, student engagement, and community involvement.
FYS Courses by Topic and Section ID
- INTD 101-01 – Archetypes, the Unconscious, and Psychological Transformation
- INTD 101-02 – Costume in Theater and Film
- INTD 101-03 – Issues in Health Care: Exploring a Career as a Medical Professional
- INTD 101-04 – Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: The Bicentennial
- INTD 101-06 – Success as a Business Major – from College to Career
- INTD 101-07 – Communication at its Best
- INTD 101-08 – Dream. Believe. Dare. Do.
- INTD 101-09 – The Art of Protest: An Exploration of the Literature, Movies, and Music of Resistance Movements
- INTD 101-12 – Immigration, Identity, and Citizenship
- INTD 101-13 – Law in Context with Culture and Society
- INTD 101-14 – The Bible as Art and Literature
- INTD 101-15 – Education Today: Exploring a Career as a Teacher
- INTD 101-17 – Film: A Critical Analysis
- INTD 101-18 – Social Responsibility: Individual and Community
- INTD 101-19 – The Skin I’m In
- INTD 101-20 – The 48 Laws of Power
- INTD 101-26 – Change is a Sound: Popular Music and Social Movements
- INTD 101-27 – Women in Social Media
- INTD 101-29 – Play to Your Strengths and Win
- INTD 101-30 – Film and Modernity, Modernity in Film
- INTD 101-31 – Arts and Entertainments: Exploring Literature and Movies
- INTD 101-33 – The Soul’s Journey: Moral and Spiritual Development across the Life Cycle
- INTD 101-34 – The Business behind Global Sports Conglomerates
- INTD 101-36 – The American College Experience: What It Was, Is, and Should Be
- INTD 101-42 – How to Be Wealthy: An Introduction to Investing and the Stock Market
- INTD 101-43 – How to Talk Politics over Dinner and Remain Friends: Politics, Food, and Identity
Spring 2018 Courses
Two FYS courses will be offered in Spring 2018. The first is international and intercultural in nature and the second is interdisciplinary, allowing students to explore issues from the perspectives of two or more different disciplines.