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[General Interest, Sciences]

Students Interested in Science & Math

Considering a career in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics?  In the STEM 1 Learning Community, you’ll live and learn with other first year students pursuing majors and professions in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Math/Computer Science.  In addition to being enrolled with other prospective STEM majors in specially designated sections of Mathematics 1410 (Calculus 1) and English 1103 (College Writing and Public Life), students in this Learning Community will take the gateway course in their prospective major.  Designed to foster the educational success of students in scientific and technical disciplines, the STEM 1 Learning Community offers tutoring, advising, and study groups tailored just for you to help you meet the challenges of first year courses.  Make valuable professional connections and lifelong friendships with others who share your passion for science!

Questions? Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions 

Interests: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Math, Math Economics, Actuarial Science

Female Housing: Yadkin Hall
Male Housing: Finch Hall

Courses

MTH 1410-5 | Calculus I
MWF | 10:40am-11:50am | CH 105
Professor: J. Fuselier

ENG 1103-3 | College Writing & Public Life
MWF | 9:15am-10:05am | LLEC I
Professor: L. Linker

EXP 1101-2 | President’s Seminar
TH | 11:45am-1:25pm | HFAC
Professor: N. Qubein

Additional Courses: Students are required to take the gateway course for their STEM major, e.g., Biology majors are required to take BIO 1399, Chemistry and Biochemistry majors are required to take CHM 1510, Physics majors are required to take PHY 2010, and Math and Computer Science majors are required to take CSC 1710. Pre-Pharmacy students must take both BIO 1399 and CHM 1510.

BIO 1399-10 | Intro to Biological Principles & Literature
MWF | 2:00pm-3:10pm | CONH 209
Lab TH | 1:35pm-4:35pm | CONH 241
Professor: A. Bauer                                                              

CHM 1510-1 | General Chemistry I *Honors
MWF | 9:45am-11:00am | CONH 355
Professor: C. Fowler

PHY 2010-2 | Fundamentals of Physics I *Honors  
MWF | 7:50am-9:00am | CONH 130
Professor: M. DeWitt

CSC 1710-2 | Introduction to Programming  
MWF | 2:00pm-3:10pm | CH 147
Professor: R. Shore


Students Interested in Psychology, Exercise Science or Athletic Training

The STEM 2 Learning Community is designed to provide a successful transition to college life for first year students interested in pursuing majors or careers in Psychology or Exercise Science.  You’ll take two courses—Math 1210 (Pre-calculus) and English 1103 (College Writing and Public Life)—with other scientifically oriented first year students, living and learning together while enjoying a multitude of opportunities for social and co-curricular activities tailored to your interests and professional goals.  Share your passion for science, make valuable connections, and lifelong friends in the STEM 2 Learning Community!

Interests: Psychology, Exercise Science, Athletic Training

Female Housing: Yadkin Hall
Male Housing: Finch Hall

Courses

MTH 1210-4 | Precalculus
TTH | 1:35pm-3:05pm | CH 147
Professor: K. Titus

ENG 1103-25 | College Writing & Public Life
TTH | 3:30pm-4:45pm | LLEC II
Professor: H. Middleton

EXP 1101-2 | President’s Seminar
TH | 11:45am-1:25pm | HFAC
Professor: N. Qubein


 

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