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Courses

As a Part-time Classroom Studies student, you can choose from a selection of UNC-Chapel Hill evening classes or daytime classes. Scroll down to view the current course list.

Selecting Your Courses

All registration is subject to availability of classes and space in the classes. Some courses have restrictions or require permission of the instructor to enroll. If you need to register for a restricted course, check with the department that offers the course to determine if the restriction will be lifted at any point or whether other arrangements can be made.

If you are a postbaccalaureate student who is not enrolled in a graduate degree program, you should secure permission from the instructor before registering for graduate-level courses or restricted undergraduate courses. A $20 late registration fee will be charged if your initial registration is done on the first day of classes or later.

Your semester registration may total eight or fewer credit hours. Pass/fail is not available in Part-time Classroom Studies courses.

For registration dates, see Registration. For more about the process, see the Student Orientation.

Daytime Courses

You can view course descriptions and class numbers by clicking on “class search” at registrar.unc.edu. When you are ready to register, you will need your Onyen and the Class Number for the course. Log in to ConnectCarolinaand choose your courses. Registration is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Part-time Classroom Studies students also may take online courses through Carolina Courses Online (CCO) or Self-paced Courses (SPC). However those undergraduate students planning to earn a degree at UNC in the College of Arts & Sciences need to know that only eight CCO and/or SPC courses or 24 credit hours may be used towards their degree.¬†Additionally, only two CCO/SPC courses may be taken in the student’s major/minor field of study.¬†Note that students planning to take an SPC course will need written approval by an advisor/dean in the College of Arts and Sciences before registering.

Evening Courses for fall 2015

Evening courses are offered in the fall and spring semesters (not in the summer sessions).

Note: Any of these courses may be canceled if necessary.

AAAD 130
Introduction to African American and Diaspora Studies

The course tracks the contours of life, societies, cultures, and history in the Atlantic African Diaspora from origins in Atlantic Africa to the present. Emphasis on forces that have created African American and African Diaspora peoples in North America, South America, and the Caribbean. Satisfies historical analysis.

SECTION: 951, Tu, 6:00-8:30PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13285

ARTS 104
Basic Drawing and Composition

Working out of an observational tradition, this course provides an introduction to the concepts and techniques of drawing. Paying attention to both representation and interpretation, the course is designed to develop fundamental skills, aesthetic sensibility, analytical capacity, and creative problem solving in two-dimensional media. Satisfies visual and performing arts requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh, 6:00-8:50PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12099

BIOL 101
Principles of Biology

Open to all undergraduates. This course is the prerequisite to most higher courses in biology. An introduction to the fundamental principles of biology, including cell structure, chemistry, and function; genetics; evolution; adaptation; and ecology. (See department concerning Advanced Placement credit.) Satisfies physical and life sciences requirement.

SECTION: 951, MoWe, 6-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12797

CHEM 101 (11)
General Descriptive Chemisty I

Prerequisite, MATH 110. The course is the first semester of a two-semester sequence. See also CHEM 102. Atomic and molecular structure, stoichiometry and conservation of mass, thermochemical changes, and conservation of energy. Satisfies physical and life sciences requirement.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 6:00-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #11985

CLAR 120 (20)
Ancient Cities

An introduction to Near Eastern and classical archaeology through study of representative cities from Neolithic times to the period of the Roman Empire. May not be used to help satisfy the degree requirements for the major in classical archaeology. Satisfies physical and life sciences requirement.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13011

ENGL 105
English Composition and Rhetoric

This college level course focuses on written and oral argumentation, composition, research, information literacy, and rhetorical analysis. The course introduces students to the specific disciplinary contexts for written work and oral presentations required in college courses. Satisfies English composition and rhetoric requirement historical analysis, N. Atlantic World and the World Before 1750 requirements.

SECTION: 951, We, 6:00-8:30 PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12073

ENGL 265
Literature and Race, Literature and Ethnicity

Considers texts in a comparative ethnic/race studies framework and examines how these texts explore historical and contemporary connections between groups of people in the United States and the Americas. Satisfies literary arts, US diversity requirements.

SECTION: 951, MoWe, 6:00-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13585

GEOG 130
Geographical Issues in the Developing World

Population and ecological aspects of problems in the urban, industrial, and agricultural development of developing nations from a geographical perspective. Satisfies social and behavioral science and global issues requirements.

SECTION: 951, MoWe, 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12798

HIST 128
The American History since 1865

A survey of various aspects of American development during a century of rapid industrial, social, political and international change, with stress upon major themes and interpretations.

SECTION: 951, TuTh, 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13262

LFIT 114
Lifetime Fitness: Yoga and Pilates

This course is an introduction to fitness and wellness, and includes developing personal fitness programs and instruction in physical activity. The activity portion includes basic instruction in both yoga and pilates. Students can enroll in only one LFIT course during their career at Carolina. Satisfies lifetime fitness requirement.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 6:00-6:50PM
1 CREDIT HOUR, CLASS #12102

MATH 110
Algebra

Placement by SAT II, Level IC or IIC test. A one-semester review of the basics of algebra. Basic algebraic expressions, functions, exponents, and logarithms are included with an emphasis on problem solving. Prerequisite for most higher math or math option classes.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 6:00-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #11986

MUSC 146
Introduction to World Musics

The study of music in and as culture. Topics may include the performance cultures of Native America, south Asia, Australia, Africa, east Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Satisfies visual and performing arts and N. Atlantic world requirements.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13364

PHIL 160
Introduction to Ethics

Exploration of different philosophical perspectives about right and wrong, personal character, justice, moral reasoning, and moral conflicts. Readings drawn from classic or contemporary sources. Critical discussion emphasized. Satisfies visual and performing arts, N. Atlantic world, and US diversity requirements.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 6:00-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13396

RELI 121
Introduction to Religion and Culture

An introductory course that explores relations between religion and culture through the examination of social theory and the analysis of case studies. The case studies focus on such issues as visual culture, ritual, media, gender and politics. Satisfies social and behavioral sciences requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh, 6:00-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13265

SOCI 252
Data Analysis in Sociological Research

Prerequisite, SOCI 251. Required of sociology majors. Methods of data analysis: descriptive and inferential statistics and multivariate analysis to permit causal inference. Attention to problems of validity and reliability and to index construction. Satisfies quantitative intensive requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #13376

SPAN 101 (I)
Elementary Spanish I

Introduces the essential elements of Spanish structure and vocabulary and aspects of Spanish culture. Aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing are stressed in that order. Satisfies foreign language requirement.

SECTION: 951, MoWe 6:00-7:15 PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #11987

SECTION: 952, MoWe 7:30-8:45 PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #11988

SPAN 102
Elementary Spanish II

Prerequisite, SPAN 100 or 101. Continues the study of the essential elements of Spanish structure, vocabulary, and the cultural aspects of the Spanish-speaking world. Aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Satisfies foreign language requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh, 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12104

SPAN 203 (3)
Intermediate Spanish I

Designed to increase reading and writing skills. An introduction to representative literary works and study of the finer points of Spanish structure are included. Aural comprehension and speaking skills are also stressed. Prerequisites: SPAN 101 (1) and 102 (2). Satisfies foreign language requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh 6-7:15PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #11989

STOR 151
Basic Concepts of Statistics and Data Analysis I

Prerequisite, MATH 110. Elementary introduction to statistical reasoning, including sampling, elementary probability, statistical inference, and data analysis. STOR 151 may not be taken for credit by students who have credit for ECON 400 or PSYC 210. Satisfies quantitative reasoning requirement.

SECTION: 951, TuTh 7:30-8:45PM
3 CREDIT HOURS, CLASS #12799

Daytime Classes

In addition to the evening courses listed above, you can register for daytime courses on campus as a Part-time Classroom Studies student. You can view course descriptions and class numbers by clicking on “class search” at registrar.unc.edu. When you are ready to register, you will need your Onyen and the Class Number for the course. Log in to ConnectCarolina and choose your courses. Some courses may have space limitations or departmental restrictions. For course descriptions, see the online Graduate Record and Undergraduate Bulletin.

Math Placement

Placement into mathematics classes, including MATH 110, is done by the math department on the basis of SAT II, Level 1C or IIC examination scores. If you do not have these scores, contact Elizabeth McLaughlin (eamclaug@email.unc.edu) in the Department of Mathematics.

If you did not take two years of algebra and one year of geometry in high school, you should plan to take MATH 0 through Self-paced Courses or a similar remedial class at a community college. For more information, see Placement Information.