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Academic Communities

Make new friends. Explore your intellectual interests. Achieve your academic goals.听

In an Academic Community, in your first term you take up to three classes, including听蓝月亮精选免费资料大全,听with the same small group of students. These classes focus on a specific area of study that speaks to your own unique interests and goals. It鈥檚 an unmatched opportunity to meet like-minded students right away, and to explore your interests and possible major with others who share your passion for the subject.

Benefits of Joining an Academic Community
  • Connect with your peers and make friends. Pitt鈥檚 a big place. Academic Communities offer built-in opportunities to socialize and connect with like-minded students and find your fit on campus.
  • Connect with Pitt鈥檚 premier faculty.听Focused groups allow for more personal interaction with our world-class faculty members.
  • Connect with the academic tools you need.听College is different than听high school, and you need different tools. In an Academic Community, you have peer support for writing and studying, and you鈥檒l receive a comprehensive, robust, and supportive introduction to academic life at Pitt in the Intro to the Arts and Sciences class.
  • Connect your interests to your academic plan.听When you register for an Academic Community for your first term, you鈥檙e taking on a partial course load catered to your specific interests, helping you build a meaningful and efficient schedule of classes.
  • Connect to the campus and city.听You鈥檒l get insider insight from experienced staff and other students into听all of the resources and amenities that Pitt鈥檚 campus offers. And, you鈥檒l explore the 鈥渓ittle big鈥 city of Pittsburgh, from investigating diverse and unique neighborhoods hands on, to attending cultural events, to exploring what opportunities await for internships and career experiences throughout town.
What You Should Know Before Joining an Academic Community
  • Academic Communities are offered only during the fall term.
  • These popular communities fill up quickly.听Because space is limited, each Academic Community is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Each Academic Community includes 蓝月亮精选免费资料大全, a one-credit course exploring the importance of the liberal arts, your听expectations as a new student, and strategies for academic success.
  • You can participate in exclusive Academic Community events, in addition to activities open to all first-year students.
  • There is no residential component to these Academic Communities.
  • There is no additional cost to enroll in an Academic Community.

For more information, please see the听2023 Academic Communities Brochure听(笔顿贵).

Fall 2023

For information regarding each Academic Community, please click the titles听below.听To be part of an Academic Community, you must enroll in all the courses selected for that particular community.

International Studies: Asia

Discover the history, languages, and cultures of Asia with other students who share your interest. Explore study abroad opportunities and investigate the Hillman Library鈥檚 extensive collection of materials on Asian studies. | 4 credits, plus required language credits

NOTE: To be a member of this Academic Community, students also must enroll in any level of one of the following languages: Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, or Vietnamese.

Classes

  • RELGST 0505鈥擱eligion in Asia | MWF 11:00鈥11:50am (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕:听Academic Community | Tu听4:00鈥4:50pm (1 Credit)
International Studies: Europe

Trace the political life of Europe and how it has affected the individual鈥檚 sense of identity and place in the growing European Union and in the world. Learn one of more than 20 languages that contribute to the complex cultural landscape of Europe. | 4 credits, plus required language credits

NOTE: To be a member of this Academic Community, students also must enroll in any level of one of the following languages: Arabic (Levantine or Egyptian), Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian, French, German, Greek (Modern), Hebrew, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, or Ukrainian. Other languages may be taken with approval.

Classes

  • HIST 0110鈥擶hat is Europe? | MWF 10:00鈥10:50 am (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | W 4:00鈥4:50pm (1 Credit)
International Studies: Global

Dig deeper as you reach wider in this community designed to explore global contexts of social inequality. Gain insight from transnational issues informed by dominant political and economic trends and build connections to your studies both locally and abroad. | 7 credits

Classes

  • PS 0550鈥擨ntroduction to Global Studies |听TuTh 11:00am鈥12:15 pm (3 Credits)
  • SOC 0317鈥擥lobalization | TuTh 1:00鈥2:15 pm (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | Tu 3:00鈥3:50 pm (1 Credit)
Inside the Theater

Study the evolution of modern theater as a cultural mirror and gain insight into the different perspectives of actors, directors, and designers. Students will focus on movement and vocal practice as it relates to acting. Explore productions by Pitt鈥檚 Department of Theatre Arts and professional theater troupes in the city. | 7 credits

Classes

  • THEA 0810鈥擨ntroduction to Dramatic Art | TuTh 1:00鈥2:15pm (3 Credits)
  • THEA 1100鈥擵oice and Movement 1 | TuTh 11:00 am鈥12:50pm (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | Th 4:00鈥4:50pm (1 Credit)
In the Museum

What role do museums play in society? What role should they play? As collectors of objects from different historical periods, peoples, and places, museums offer essential understandings of past cultures and our world. Because of their rich and yet sometimes controversial origins, can museums still spark wonder and curiosity? Explore these questions and the complexities of culture from our origins to the future. | 7 credits

Classes

  • ANTH 0780鈥擨ntroduction to Cultural Anthropology | TuTh 11:00鈥11:50am (3 Credits)
  • ANTH 0780鈥擨ntroduction to Cultural Anthropology Recitation | Tu 4:00鈥4:50 pm (0 Credits)
  • HAA 0125鈥擬useums: Society and Inclusion? | MW 3:00鈥4:15 pm (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | W 11:00鈥11:50am (1 Credit)
How to Make a Movie

鈥淗ollywood in Pittsburgh鈥 is a common phrase here. Discover the important role Pittsburgh has had in the production and creation of films both past and present. Learn the processes of movie making by scripting, shooting, and editing your own film. Write about your own engagement with film and film production and make your way in Pittsburgh鈥檚 vibrant film community. | 7 credits

NOTE: To enroll in this Academic Community, students must place into Seminar in Composition. ENGCMP 0205 fulfills the Seminar in Composition requirement.

Classes

  • ENGCMP 0205鈥擲eminar in Composition: Film | MW 11:00am-12:15pm (3 Credits)
  • FMST 0800鈥擣ilmmaking 1: Fundamentals | F 1:00鈥4:00pm (3 Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | W听3:00鈥3:50pm (1 Credit)
Seeing the World

Through the examination of film, photography, museum exhibits, video games, and other media you will discover how artistic vision is shaped socially, culturally, and technologically. You will also learn how these media influence your own critical practice as you work to develop your individual creative voice. | 7 credits

Classes

  • ENGFLM 0401鈥擨mages, Icons, and Ideas | W 6:00鈥9:50pm (3听Credits)
  • SA 0180鈥擠igital Studio: Photography 1 | MW 1:00鈥2:40pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | M 3:00鈥3:50pm (1听Credit)
Who Are You?

How and when does a person develop a sense of self? How do both psychology and philosophy help us to understand our natures and personalities? The courses in this community will provide a multifaceted approach to finding answers to these questions. | 7 credits

Classes

  • PHIL 0010鈥擟oncepts of Human Nature | TuTh 12:00鈥12:50pm (3听Credits)
  • PHIL 0010鈥擟oncepts of Human Nature Recitation | M 10:00鈥10:50am (0听Credits)
  • PSY 0010鈥擨ntroduction to Psychology | TuTh 2:30鈥3:45pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | W 10:00鈥10:50am (1听Credit)
Nature/Cities/Humans听

How do humans live in harmony with each other and nature in urban areas? Explore how sustainability plays out in natural and built environments. Examine the tradeoffs, challenges, and opportunities of balancing equity, environment, and economics at the campus and city scale. | 7 credits

Classes

  • GEOL 0840鈥擡nvironmental Science | MW 2:00鈥2:50pm (3听Credits)
  • GEOL 0840鈥擡nvironmental Science Recitation | F 1:00鈥1:50pm (0听Credits)
  • URBNST 0010鈥擨ntroduction to Urban Studies | MW 3:00鈥4:15pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | Th听3:00鈥3:50pm (1听Credit)
The Beautiful Mind听

Examine the intersection of art and neuroscience by developing artistic talent while studying the brain. Consider the relationship between art and science and how they complement each other. Nothing demonstrates this like the human mind, beautiful for its neural structure and complex in its creative expression. | 7 credits

Classes

  • NROSCI 0080鈥擝rain and Behavior | MWF 9:00鈥9:50am (3听Credits)
  • SA 0130鈥擠rawing Studio 1 | TuTh 3:00鈥4:40pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | M 3:00鈥3:50pm (1听Credit)
Neurons and Chemicals

Deepen your understanding of chemical structures and states of matter while learning about their wider application in psychopharmacology. Develop a better understanding of the basic structures of the brain and chemicals. | 8 credits

Classes

  • CHEM 0110鈥擥eneral Chemistry 1 | TuTh 9:30鈥10:45am (4听Credits)
  • CHEM 0110鈥擥eneral Chemistry 1 Lab | Tu 1:00鈥4:50pm (0听Credits)
  • NROSCI 0081鈥擠rugs and Behavior | MWF 1:00鈥1:50pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕:听Academic Community | M 4:00鈥4:50pm (1听Credit)

Science in a Gendered World

How does gender impact the study and practice of science in our world today? What can we learn from studying how science has been pursued, practiced, and promoted historically? Consider what the historical record reveals and how an awareness of it enhances your academic studies in the sciences at the University and beyond. | 7 credits

NOTE: All students intending to take BIOSC 0150 Foundations of Biology 1 must take the pre-assessment before they can enroll in the course. Information concerning the pre-assessment can be found at .

Classes

  • BIOSC 0150鈥擣oundations of Biology 1 | MWF 12:00鈥12:50pm (3听Credits)
  • BIOSC 0150鈥擣oundations of Biology 1 Recitation | Th 10:00鈥10:50am (0听Credits)
  • GSWS 0400鈥擥ender and Science | MW 9:30鈥10:45am (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕:听Academic Community | Th 4:00鈥4:50pm (1听Credit)
Medical Humanities

Pursue your health care passion by starting with the fundamentals of biology while also discovering what literature can teach us about health care. Learn important biological functions and discuss crucial topics that inform how healthcare providers treat patients. | 7 credits

NOTE: All students intending to take BIOSC 0150 Foundations of Biology 1 must take the pre-assessment before they can enroll in the course. Information concerning the pre-assessment can be found at .

Classes

  • BIOSC 0150鈥擣oundations of Biology 1 | MWF 3:00鈥3:50pm (3听Credits)
  • BIOSC 0150鈥擣oundations of Biology 1 Recitation | Tu 12:00鈥12:50pm (0听Credits)
  • ENGLIT 0648鈥擭arrative and Graphic Perspectives in Health Humanities | TuTh 4:00鈥5:15pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕 - Academic Community | F 1:00鈥1:50pm (1听Credit)
The Power of Leadership

Explore the many facets of leadership and how it may manifest in your personal, societal and professional spheres. What skills are most essential to being a good leader and how can we begin to cultivate those skills and talents now?听| 7 credits

Classes

  • COMMRC 0520鈥擯ublic Speaking听| MWF 12:00鈥12:50pm (3听Credits)
  • SOC 0010鈥擨ntroduction to Sociology | TuTh听11:00am鈥12:15pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | W听1:00鈥1:50pm (1听Credit)
What is Justice?

Globally, there is a longstanding history of social movements in pursuit of justice. What is justice? What role do you play in the pursuit of or hindrance of justice? In this community, you will have the opportunity to examine societal institutions, social identity, social concepts and why they all matter in the conversation around justice.听| 7 credits

Classes

  • LCJS 0200鈥擱ace, Class, Gender, & The Law听| Tu听6:00鈥8:30pm (3听Credits)
  • SOC 0007鈥擲ocial Problems | MW 3:00鈥4:15pm (3听Credits)
  • FP 0002鈥斃对铝辆∶夥炎柿洗笕: Academic Community | M听1:00鈥1:50pm (1听Credit)