We have multiple classes across campus struggling with low enrollment. Help spread the word through advising, word-of-mouth, and sign up for a few classes yourself.
COMM 209: Critical Thinking and Argumentation
Everyone says (employers, teachers, etc) we need to develop critical thinking skills in our students (many studies back this up as to the high demand in the workforce for effective critical thinking).
This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles of critical thinking, reasoning, informal logic, and argumentation, and to help students apply those principles in both their personal and public communication. is a required course for communication majors, but can benefit everyone! In particular, we recommend COMM 209 to pre-law and criminal justice majors as well as to English majors with an emphasis in persuasion and/or persuasive writing.
Mon/Wed/Fri, 9-9:50 am, Hepworth, Tiffany Seeley-Case
ALLH 202 C01: Introduction to Allied Health
This is a fun, interactive class that is a must for all students that are interested in a health care career!
This course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the health care system and an introduction to the roles of various members of the health team. Current trends in health care delivery are discussed. Selected moral, ethical, and legal medical dilemmas are included. No prerequisites required.
Thursdays, 12-1:50 pm, HSHS 154, Rita Ruhter
HACT 138 C03: Zumba
This Latin-inspired fitness class is designed for all levels of fitness. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and core training are combined to tone to sculpt the body. Students will learn choreography using such steps as the meringue, mambo, cha cha, salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, and more. No dancing experience is necessary. M
on/Wed, 9-9:50 am, PHYE 231A, Robin Smith
HLTH S099 C01: Zumba Gold Toning
Course Description: This Latin-inspired fitness class is designed for all levels of fitness in individuals who are 60 years and older. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and core training are combined to tone and sculpt the body. Students will learn choreography using such steps as the meringue, mambo, cha cha, salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, and more. No dancing experience is necessary.
Tues, 11-11:50 am,
Fri, 10-10:50 am, PHYE 236, Robin Smith
HACT 134 C01: Cross Training
Course Description: the workout class for everyone! Cross training is a dynamic workout which includes a variety of activities such as kickboxing, bench stepping, circuits, weights, HIIT, and more. This work out is for the beginner and regularly exerciser alike. Each day will bring a different work out which will challenge all your muscles and get your breathing hard, yet you will still be able to move the next day! So if you like all sorts of work outs, thrive on variety, you don't have to pick just one activity! This class is for you.
Mon/Wed, 5:10-6 pm, PHYE 236, Kat Powell