Spring 2018 Schedule Announcements
- HUMS 250 is now becoming ENGL 250; HUMS 250 is not on the schedule for this fall. ENGL 250 should automatically slot in Degree Works in your General Education and Core requirements.
- FRSC 391 001 Medicolegal Death Investigation is being offered as a Topics course from 4-6:40 on Thursdays Medicolegal Death Investigation
- FRSC 591 001 Advanced Topics in Forensic DNA is being offered from 12-1:40 on Wednesdays with Dr. Connon. Prerequisite: FRSC/BIOL 438 CANCELLED
- KINE 491 Investigations in Animation (for non-majors) will consider animation as a broad practice that is pervasive in our culture, arts, and humanities. Click here for more information.
- UNIV 291 008 Life Sciences Careers will be offered to explore the variety of career options in the life sciences. For more information, email Sarah Rothschild at firstname.lastname@example.org
- MHIS 291 Psychology of Music will examine psychological underpinnings of the musical processes, products, and behaviors that impact our daily lives, our educational experiences, our musical preferences as individuals and as a society, and how the music impacts the quality of our lives. Some topics include psychological aspects of music learning and teaching, processing of sound, musical memory, attention, performance anxiety, motivation, and occupational identity development processes of musicians.
- MHIS 491 American Popular Music (ONLINE) is a history of popular music in America, starting with Stephen Foster in the late 1800s and continuing until present day. Throughout the course, trends in today's popular music business, including the creation, production, and business of music will be connected to the past and studied through class work including readings, class discussions, and journaling. Students will actively apply their new knowledge of popular music history and associate it with current popular music culture.
- PHAR 201 Introduction to Pharmacy is open to students with an interest in pursuing pharmacy as a career.
Students wishing to enroll in the following courses will require an override (complete the request at go.vcu.edu/frscoverride)
- FRSC/Z 400 and plan to complete CHEZ 409 as a co-requisite
- FRSC 566 Advanced Crime Scene Investigation
- FRSZ/BIOZ 438 Laboratory
As a reminder, the following courses are only taught in Spring semesters
- FRSC 412 Forensic Analysis of Firearms and Toolmarks
Beginning Fall 2018, FRSC 566 Advanced Crime Scene Investigation will only be offered in Fall semesters
Some courses are only offered in specific semesters.
Please use this document to guide your degree planning process.
Failure to plan accordingly will impact your graduation date.