Year One

  • Fall 2013
    • Elementary French I
    • World History I
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • American Literature before 1865
  • Spring 2014
    • Elementary French II
    • World History II
    • American Government

Year Two

  • Fall 2014
    • British Literature after 1789
    • Intermediate French I
    • Introduction to Film Studies
    • Survey of United States History to 1877
  • Spring 2015
    • Heroes, Hedonism, and Hollywood
    • Organismal Biology + Lab
    • Rhetorical Theory and Practice: Southern Stories
    • Survey of Asian History

Year Three

  • Fall 2015
    • American Religious History
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    • Statistics for Social and Behavior Science
    • Survey of Middle Eastern History
  • Spring 2016
    • Christianity: A History
    • American Authors: William Faulkner
    • Medieval Travel and Travelers
    • Science Fiction, Civilization, and Utopias

Summer in London

    • British Literature before 1789
    • Musical Theatre in London

Year Four

  • Fall 2016
    • American Authors: Edgar Allan Poe
    • Introduction to Professional Writing
    • South to 1877
    • Southern Literature: Speculative Souths

Year Five

  • Fall 2017
    • Technical and Professional Editing
  • Spring 2018
    • 19th Century British Literature
    • The Art of Architecture, Place, and Culture

Year Six

  • Fall 2018
    • Survey of Linguistics
    • Technical Writing
may 8 2014 ∞
dec 16 2018 +
user picture vagabond: I'm going to be taking French this upcoming school year! Any advice? jul 13 2016
user picture opal: You've got the right idea downloading Duolingo. I used the app in between semesters to keep everything fresh in my mind, and it worked. As far as the actual classwork went, I thought the hardest part was conjugating verbs. It's a lot of memorization, and I would highly recommend flashcards. Also, this might sound silly, but try reading French children's books or watching French children's shows. I found that it was easier to pick up the basic language that way.