Introduction to Appalachian Studies (online course) Through comparison with other cultural groups, explores humanistic problems of cultural identity, race and ethnicity, and globalization.
Literature and Cinema (online course) Focus on works of literature and the films into which they have been transformed; emphasis on differences between media.
Violent Political Change (Face-to-face course) Students will draw upon the instructor's field research in countries that have faced violent political change, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Central America, and Cuba.
Vector Geometry (Face-to-face and online course) This course, along with 1114 and 1205-1206, constitute the freshman science and engineering mathematics course.
Human Genetics (Face-to-face course) Human genetics is rapidly becoming 'human genomics'; students will be acquainted with impact that this transition is now having on this field and biology in general.
Natural History of the Great Smoky Mountains (Special studies course) Seven-day residential experience (August 3-9) at the Great Smoky Mountains providing an unsurpassed natural laboratory for ecological and biological course fieldwork.