College of Liberal Arts

Spring 2020 Online Courses


For more info, please contact: Myra Gibbs |  

This information is not a substitute for the Registrar's Online Course Schedule. Please refer to the Course Schedule for the latest information on flags, course availability, status, pre-requisites, and other information.

Live-Streaming Courses

Work within the discipline of a set class time. Lectures are streamed live to your computer, and include class activities, discussions and interviews with experts in the field. Attend class by logging into the class website through Canvas during scheduled class times. Visit the 24/7 test stream to test your computer and network connection before classes start.

E 316M Masterworks of American Literature

Core: HU | Flag: CD
Evan Carton and Cole Hutchison
MW 10:00 – 11:30
Unique# 35180-35355

GOV 310L Intro to American Government

Core: GO
Bethany Albertson and Sean Theriault
MW 2:30 - 4:00
Unique# 37875

HIS 315L The United States Since 1865

Core: HI | Flag: CD
Jeremi Suri
TTH 9:30-11:00
Unique# 38530

MUS 307 Jazz Appreciation

Core: VP | Flag: CD
Mike Sailors
MW 11:30-1:00
Unique# 22220

PSY 301 Intro to Psychology Recast

Core: SB | Flag: E
Sam Gosling and Paige Harden
TTH 3:30 - 5:00
Unique# 41835

PSY 306 Intro to Human Sexuality

Core: SB
David Buss and Cindy Meston
TTH 3:30 - 5:00
Unique# 41855

PSY 352 Abnormal Psychology

Chris Beevers
TTH 11:00-12:30
Unique# 42010

T D 301 Intro to Theatre

Core: VP | Flag: CD
Jeffrey Gan
TTH 2:00 - 3:30
Unique# 25535

On-Demand Courses

Work at your own pace with weekly deadlines. Classes include pre-recorded lecture segments, activities, readings, discussions and expert interviews accessed through Canvas and subject to established deadlines, but completed on your own time.

ADV 309R/PR 309 Intro to Advertising & PR Research - WB

Core: MA | Flag: QR
Matt Eastin
Unique# 06385/06945

AFR 303/ANT 310D Intro to Black Studies - WB

Core: SB | Flag: CD, E, GC
Traci-Ann Wint
Unique# 30510/31585

ANT 366 Anatomy & Biology of the Human Skeleton - WB

John Kappelman
Unique# 31770

C C 302 Intro to Ancient Rome - WB

Core: VP | Flag: GC
Unique# 33490

C C 303 Intro to Classical Mythology - WB

Core: VP | Flag: GC
Unique# 33500

FR 406 Introductory French I -WB

Unique# 36160

FR 407 Introductory French II - WB

Unique# 36165

FR 412K Intermediate French I - WB

Unique# 36220

GOV 310L Intro to American Government - WB

Core: GO
Daron Shaw
Unique# 37879

GOV 312L US Foreign Policy - WB

Core: GO
Rob Moser and Pat McDonald
Unique# 37890

GOV 374N Political Internship - WB

Flag: II
James Henson
Unique# 38185

LAT 506 First Year Latin I - WB

Unique# 33800

LAT 507 First Year Latin II - WB

Unique# 33815

PSY 364 Intro to Clinical Psychology - WB

Kirsten Bradbury and Gladys Valdez
Unique# 42040

RTF 306 Intro to World Cinema History - WB

Core: VP
Unique# 08630

RUS 406 First Year Russian I - WB

Frane Karabatic
W 9:00 - 10:00
Unique# 43305

RUS 407 First Year Russian II - WB

Heather Rice
W 11:00 - 12:00
Unique# 43310

RUS 412K Intermediate Russian I - WB

Heather Rice
W 1:00 - 2:00
Unique# 43325

Core Key:
GO - American and Texas Government
HI - United States History
MA - Mathematics
N2 - Natural Science and Technology, Part II
SB - Social and Behavioral Sciences
VP - Visual and Performing Arts
Flag Key:
CD - Cultural Diversity in the United States
E - Ethics
GC - Global Cultures
II - Independent Inquiry
QR - Quantitative Reasoning
Wr - Writing