Senior to Sophomore (S2S)

Available Courses

These courses are available in the Senior to Sophomore program. Others may become available.

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The catalog links below include any course descriptions, prerequisites and placement testing requirements.

A few Senior to Sophomore courses require completion of a prerequisite before starting a course unless the department agrees to waive prerequisites.

Atomospheric & Hydrologic Sciences

  • AHS 104(L) Intro to Atmospheric Science (3 credits)
Biology
  • BIOL 102(L) The Living World (3 credits)
  • BIOL 103(L) Human Biology (3 credits)

Child & Family Studies

  • CFS 260(D)(L) Children in a Changing World (3 credits)

Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • CHEM 160*(L) Preparatory Chemistry (4 credits)
College Transitions 
  • COLL 110 Reading and Study Strategies (2 credits)
  • COLL 111 Career Planning (2 credits)
Economics
  • ECON 201(L) Intro to Economics (3 credits)
English
  • ENGL 184(L) Intro to Literature (3 credits)
  • ENGL 191(L) Intro to Rhetorical and Analytical Writing (4 credits)
  • ENGL 201(L) Classics of Literature (3 credits)
Environmental and Tech Studies
  • ETS 130 General Woodworking (3 credits)
  • ETS 260(L) Intro to Environmental Studies (3 credits)
French
  • FREN 101(L) Elementary French I (4 credits)
  • FREN 102*(L) Elementary French II (4 credits)
  • FREN 201*(L) Intermediate French I (4 credits)
Geography
  • GEOG 111(D)(L) Intro to Global Geography (3 credits)
German
  • GER 101(L) Elementary German I (4 credits)
  • GER 102*(L) Elementary German II (4 credits)
  • GER 110(L) Intro to German Culture (3 credits)
  • GER 201*(L) Intermediate German I (4 credits)
  • GER 202*(L) Intermediate German II (4 credits)
Gerontology
  • GERO 208(D)(L) Intro to Gerontology (3 credits)
History
  • HIST 101(L) Studies in World History (3 credits)
  • HIST 106(D)(L) Historical Studies (3 credits)
  • HIST 140(L) America to 1865 (3 credits)
  • HIST 141(D)(L) United States Since 1865 (3 credits)
  • HIST 150(D)(L) Twentieth Century World (3 credits)
  • HIST 195(L) Democratic Citizenship (3 credits)
Information Media
  • IM 260(L) Exploring Digital Media (3 credits)
Mathematics
  • MATH 112*(L)+ College Algebra (3 credits)
  • MATH 113*(L)+ Trigonometry (3 credits)
  • MATH 115*(L)+ Precalculus (3 credits)
Marketing
  • MKTG 100(L) Contemporary Business Concepts (3 credits)
Physical Education and Sport Science
  • PESS 120 Aerobic Fitness (1 credit)
  • PESS 122 Lifelong Health and Fitness (1 credit)
  • PESS 123 Weight Training (1 credit)
Physics
  • PHYS 103(L) Concepts in Physics (3 credits)
  • PHYS 231*(L)+ General Physics 1 (4 credits)
Political Science
  • POL 111(L) American National Government (3 credits)
Psychology
  • PSY 115(L) Intro to Psychology (3 credits)
Sociology
  • SOC 160(L) Principles of Sociology (3 credits)
Spanish
  • SPAN 101(L) Elementary Spanish I (4 credits)
  • SPAN 102*(L) Elementary Spanish II (4 credits)
  • SPAN 110(L) Intro to Spanish Speaking Cultures (3 credits)
  • SPAN 201*(L) Intermediate Spanish I (4 credits)
  • SPAN 202*(L) Intermediate Spanish II (4 credits)
Special Education
  • SPED 203(D)(L) Exceptionalities and Human Diversity (3 credits)
Statistics
  • STAT 193*(L)+ Statistical Thinking (3 credits)
Teacher Development
  • ED 200* Intro to Education (3 credits)

(L) Indicates a liberal education course.
(D) Indicates a diversity course.  
 *  Indicates course with prerequisite. 
 + Requires placement test. Contact the Senior to Sophomore office for more information on placement tests.