All courses in Hillyer College are limited to current Hillyer College students only. Any questions please contact the Deans' office at 860.768.4055.
Painting, sculpture, architecture, and the minor arts are examined and analyzed according to basic principles and the society from which they emanate. Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Cubism, Expressionism, and American art in the 20th century are covered.
Laboratory Fee: $40
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50571||TBA||Distance Learning||Online||3||Anderson|
This course is a survey of the political, social, cultural, and economic developments of the West from the Ancient Period through the end of the Middle Ages.
|1/2/19 - 1/18/19||50584||M-R||1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.||A 422||3||Koch|
ENB 110 is designed to develop skills in the writing of clear, accurate prose using various rhetorical modes. ENB 110 must be passed with a C– or better before ENB 111 may be taken. Some papers require the use of secondary sources.
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50029||Distance Learning||TBA||Online||3||Daigle|
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50454||Distance Learning||Online||TBD||3||Fister|
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50467||Distance Learning||Online||TBD||3||Ashuntantang|
Development of the real number system; solutions of linear equations and inequalities; graphing in the coordinate plane; solutions to systems of linear equations and inequalities. A graphing calculator is required.
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50059||Distance Learning||TBA||Online||3||Cheser|
Topics for this core requirement include operations with polynomials and rational expressions; graphing in the coordinate plane; solutions of quadratic equations; functions (exponential, logarithmic, and polynomial); radicals and exponents.. A graphing calculator is required.
Prerequisites: MAB 110, C- or better
|12/27/18 - 1/18/19||50064||Distance Learning||TBA||Online||3||Cheser|
This course focuses on how the American Political system deals with major domestic and foreign policy issues. Particular attention is paid to the process through which issues are identified, analyzed and debated, and policies are implemented and evaluated. Topics to be studied vary, but may include the economy, education, immigration, health care, the environment, terrorism, and foreign policy issues.
|1/3/19 - 1/18/19||50545||M-R||9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.||A 324||3||Knapp|
This course focuses on the basic concepts and methods of psychology. Topics are selected from history, methodology, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition, motivation, and emotion.
|1/2/2019 - 1/18/2019||50558||M-F||9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.||A 320||3||Alderette|