Current & Upcoming Courses

* Note: all “preview” courses for the upcoming academic year are subject to change. 

 2020 – 2021  Academic Year Preview

FALL QUARTER 2020

The Good Life flyer
INTER  135 – The Good Life 10 Cr

What is the good life and how do I create it?  For that matter, how do I make it through college?  Begin to answer these questions while developing your sociology and English skills through reading, writing, discussing, and interacting in “The Good Life.”  Item # 0600, 10 credits

INTER 136 – The Good Life 15 Cr

What is the good life and how do I create it? For that matter, how do I make it through college?   Start answering these questions while developing your sociology and English skills through reading, writing, discussing, and interacting in “The Good Life” with additional support for students with English 092/093 placement.

Item # 0605, 15 credits

Instructors:  Lindsay Haney, English  |  Sue Cox, Sociology
SEE the FALL QUARTER 2020 CLASS SCHEDULE for more details.

WINTER QUARTER 2021

The Art and Science of Dreaming flyer

INTER 180 – The Art & Science of Dreaming

Dreams have long fascinated both scientists and artists alike.  This 10-credit interdisciplinary course will approach the mystery of dreaming from the duel perspectives of psychology and creative writing.  Students will study the psychology behind dreaming while learning to become more spellbinding storytellers.

See WINTER QUARTER 2021 CLASS SCHEDULE for details.

Item # TBA,  10 Credits

Instructors:  Dan Tremaglio, English
Carol Anderson, Psychology

SPRING QUARTER 2021

The Wire, Life on the Streets and the War on Drugs flyer

INTER 155 – The Wire: Life on the Streets and the War on Drugs

HBO’s The Wire’s shady lawyers in court versus honorable and intellectual drug dealers. Corrupt cops seeking Compstat numbers versus corner boys following a strict code of the street. This class will examine the nature of community perception of local policing activities and behaviors of those living in the inner-city of West Baltimore during the 1990’s. We will uncover the development and operation of urban drug gangs along with poverty, education and a glimpse into the unique environment of cops and dealers.

Item # TBA, 10 credits
Instructors:  Charlene Freyberg, Criminal Justice & Eric Davis, CES & Sociology

Last Updated June 9, 2020