Designing Sustainable Communities for Living and Learning

Linked Courses Offered (Fall 2017)

What are Linked Courses?

  • Linked Courses provide first-year students living in a residence hall community an opportunity to enroll in a University 101 and major specific course with other students in the same major.
Where Students Live
  • Linked courses are a part of our learning communities that have an overall academic focus. The courses offered, align with the focus of the living learning community within which they are located known as linked learning communities. Priority course and housing placement is given to students enrolled in these communities.
How Do I Apply?
  • Send a statement of interest including which course and community you wish to participate in to uofscllc@mailbox.sc.edu.
 
The list of courses below are the ones which will be offered as a part of these linked learning communities for the 2017-2018 academic year:
Communities
Courses Offered
Business Community

ACCT 225 - Introduction to Financial Accounting

ECON 221 - Principles of Microeconomics

MGSC 290 - Computer Information Systems in Business

Note: Priority enrollment given to Business Majors

Engineering and Computing Community

MATH 115 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics

MATH 141 - Calculus I

Note: Priority enrollment will be given to Engineering and Computing Majors

Galen Health Fellows Community

BIO 101 - Biological Principles I

BIOL 243 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Note: Priority enrollment given to Nursing Majors

CHEM 111 - General Chemistry I

Note: Priority enrollment given to Science Majors

Green Learning Community

MSCI 101 - The Ocean Environment

Note: Priority enrollment will be given to Marine Science and Environmental Studies Majors

International House at Maxcy College

ANTH 102 - Understanding Other Cultures

Note: Priority enrollment given to Global Studies and College of Arts & Sciences Majors

Journalism and Mass Communications Community

JOUR 101 - Media and Society

Note: Priority enrollment given to School of Journalism and Mass Communications Majors

Sports and Entertainment Management Community

SPTE 201 - Introduction to Sport Management

Note: Priority enrollment will be given to Sport and Entertainment Management Majors

Visual and Performing Arts Community

ARTE 260 - Interdisciplinary Relationships in the Arts

Note: Carolina Core AIU Fulfillment

Women in Science Community

CHEM 102 - Fundamental Chemistry II

Note: Priority enrollment given to Nursing Majors

All of these courses will be linked with a U101 class.