Spring 2022 Courses

This is a preliminary list of available courses for Spring 2022. The schedule is still being set, and the course listing will be updated as more information becomes available. 

To enroll in Spring courses, you'll work with an advisor to help you choose the courses that best fit your academic goals.

Please pay attention to the online delivery method when choosing the course that you are interested in taking:

Asynchronous classes let students complete their work on their own time. Students are given a timeframe during which they need to connect to their class. The good news is that in asynchronous courses, you could hit the books no matter what hour of day (or night). When you look at the schedule of classes, asynchronous courses won't show a day or time.

Synchronous classes occur in real time and have set schedules with students and instructors online at the same time. You will be expected to be present and participate during designated lectures, discussion and presentation hours. When you look at the schedule of classes, synchronous courses will show specific days and time.

Subject Area Course Number Course Title Description Pre-Req Date/Time
Baylor Interdisciplinary Core BIC 1413 World of Rhetoric I The course integrates sources and methodologies from Communication and English programs, and it includes texts from theologians, psychologists, philosophers, and public figures.  The course prepares students for writing and speaking at the collegiate level. It features writing and speaking pedagogy that focuses specifically on argumentation and persuasion. Additionally, the course features research methods and training for students that are necessary for success in college courses. N/A T/Th, 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. CDT
Business BUS 1350 Software Applications for Business Productivity and Decision Making A hands-on course designed to familiarize students with current software application tools used by business professionals -- such as spreadsheets and databases -- that are essential to helping managers organize, store, analyze, share, and present data to help promote effective business decision-making. N/A Asynchronous
Education EDP 2336 The Developing Child This course is a study of the physical, cognitive, and affective development of a child from prenatal to 18 years of age.  Throughout the course, students will explore development theories, research findings, and the relationship between human growth and development and practices in educational settings. In addition, students will participate in critical discussions of children and adolescents as unique individuals culturally embedded within families and communities. N/A

T/TH: 8:00–9:15 am CDT


Great Texts GTX 1301 Introduction to Great Texts “Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story?” Rethinking Myth and Wisdom
This course explores the relationship between myth, storytelling, and practical wisdom. Do stories help us better understand how to live the good life? What is the role of creativity and the arts in shaping culture? How do storytelling and creative writing play a critical role in sharing with posterity the lessons we, and others before us, have learned about the human condition? Beginning with Plato’s “Myth of Atlantis” in the Timaeus and culminating in a study of the new Broadway classic, Hamilton: An American Musical, we journey through myths selected from Ovid’s Metamorphoses and the Moralized Ovid (a medieval adaptation and commentary on Ovid’s mythology). Readings also include works by C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Maya Angelou, and Helen Edmunson.
N/A M/W 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. CDT

Apply Now!