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UPDATE (August 24, 2020. 9:15 a.m. CDT) - Dr. Mary Hensley, Chancellor of the Blinn College District, welcomes faculty, staff, and students back for the Fall semester and shares reminders regarding safety procedures for Fall 2020. For more information, please see our Back With Blinn web page.

Fall

The Blinn College District’s Fall semester began on August 24, but with our selection of 4- and 8-week courses, you can still take the courses that advance you toward your degree this semester.

Second 8-week courses and third 4-week courses begin Monday, October 19, and the fourth 4-week session begins Monday, November 16.

The following Blinn College courses (listed with their Texas A&M equivalent) are available during the Fall 2020 semester.

Second 8-Week Courses (Term Begins Monday, October 19)

Blinn Course TAMU Equivalent

ACCT 2301: Principles of Accounting-Financial

ACCT 229: Introductory Accounting

ACCT 2302: Principles of Managerial Accounting

ACCT 230: Introductory Accounting

AGRI 1307: Agronomy

SCSC 105: World Food & Fiber Crops

AGRI 1315: Horticulture

HORT 201: Horticultural Science & Practices

AGRI 1319: Animal Science

ANSC 107: General Animal Science

AGRI 1329: Principles of Food Service

NFSC 201: Food Science

AGRI 2317: Agriculture Economics

AGEC 105: Introduction to Agricultural Economics

ANTH 2301: Physical Anthropology

ANTH 225: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANTH 2346: Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 201: Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 2351: Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 210: Social & Cultural Anthropology

ARCH 1301: Architectural History I

ARCH 249: Survey of Architectural History I

ARCH 1302: Architectural History II

ARCH 250: Survey of Architectural History II

ARCH 1311: Introduction to Architecture

ENDS 101: Design Process

ARCH 2312: Architectural Technology I

COSC 253: Construction Materials & Methods I

ARTS 1301: Art Appreciation

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ARTS 1303: Art History I

ARTS 149: Art History Survey I

ARTS 1304: Art History II

ARTS 150: Art History Survey II

ARTS 2356: Photography I

ARTS 210: Introduction to Photography

BIOL 1108: Biology for Non-Science Majors

BIOL 113: Biology for Non-Science Major I with BIOL 1308

BIOL 1322: Nutrition and Diet Therapy

NFSC 202: Fundamentals of Human Nutrition

BIOL 1406: Biology for Science Majors I

BIOL 111: Introductory Biology I

BIOL 1407: Biology for Science Majors II

BIOL 112: Introductory Biology II

BUSI 1301: Introduction to Business

MGMT 105: Introduction to Business

BUSI 1307: Personal Finance

FINC 201: Personal Finance

BUSI 2301: Business Law

MGMT 212: Business Law

BUSI 2371: Business Legal Environment

MGMT 211: Legal & Soc. Environment of Business

CHEM 1411: General Chemistry I

CHEM 119: Fundamentals of Chemistry I & Laboratory

CHEM 1412: General Chemistry II

CHEM 120: Fundamentals of Chemistry II & Laboratory

COMM 1307: Mass Communication

JOUR 102: American Mass Media

COSC 1420: Introductory C Programming

CSCE 206: Structured Programming in C

ECON 2301: Principles of Economics (Macro)

ECON 203: Principles of Economics

ECON 2302: Principles of Economics (Micro)

ECON 202: Principles of Economics

ENGL 1301: Composition I

ENGL 103: Intro to Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302: Composition II

ENGL 104: Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 2311: Technical Writing

ENGL 210: Scientific & Technical Writing

ENGL 2322: Survey of British Literature I

ENGL 231: Survey of English Literature I

ENGL 2327: Survey of American Lit. I

ENGL 227: American Literature: Colonial to American Renaissance

GEOG 1301: Physical Geography

GEOG 203: Planet Earth

GEOG 1302: Human Geography

GEOG 201: Introduction to Human Geography

GEOG 1303: World Geography

GEOG 202: Geography of the Global Village

GOVT 2305: American Government

POLS 206: American National Government

GOVT 2306: Texas Government

POLS 207: State & Local Government

HIST 1301: United States History I

HIST 105: History of the United States

HIST 1302: United States History II

HIST 106: History of the United States

HIST 2301: Texas History

HIST 226: History of Texas

HIST 2312: World Civilization I

HIST 103: World History to 1500

MATH 1314: College Algebra

MATH 102: Algebra

MATH 1324: Math for Bus. & Soc. Sci. I

MATH 140: Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences

MATH 1325: Calculus for Business & Soci.

MATH 142: Business Mathematics II

MATH 1332: Contemporary Mathematics I

Transfer by Course Title

MATH 1342: Elementary Statistical Methods

STAT 201: Elementary Statistical Inference

MATH 1350: Mathematics for Teachers I

Transfer by Course Title

MATH 1414: College Alg. Science/Engineer

MATH 102: Algebra

MATH 2412: Pre-Calculus Math

MATH 150: Functions, Trigonometry, & Linear Systems

MUSI 1306: Music Appreciation

MUSC 201: Music & the Human Experience

PHIL 1301: Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 251: Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2303: Introduction to Logic

PHIL 240: Introduction to Logic

PHIL 2306: Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 111: Contemporary Moral Issues

PHYS 2325: University Physics I

PHYS 206: Newtonian Mechanics for Engineering and Science

PHYS 2326: University Physics II (lecture)

PHYS 207: Electricity and Magnetism for Engineering and Science

PSYC 2301: General Psychology

PSYC: 107: Introduction to Psychology

PSYC 2314: Lifespan Growth and Development

Transfer by Course Title

SOCI 1301: Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 205: Introduction to Sociology

SPCH 1311: Intro to Speech Communication

COMM 101: Introduction to Communication

SPCH 1315: Public Speaking

COMM 203: Public Speaking

SPCH 2335: Argumentation & Debate

COMM 243: Argumentation & Debate

Third 4-Week Courses (Term Begins Monday, October 19)

Blinn Course TAMU Equivalent
ECON 2301: Principles of Econ. (Macro) ECON 203: Principles of Economics
SPCH 1315: Public Speaking COMM 203: Public Speaking

Fourth 4-Week Courses (Term Begins Monday, November 16)

Blinn Course TAMU Equivalent
ECON 2301: Principles of Econ. (Macro) ECON 203: Principles of Economics
SPCH 1315: Public Speaking COMM 203: Public Speaking

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