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COURSE SYLLABI Fall 2015

These course syllabi provide details such as course descriptions, outcomes, assignments, grading and homework policies, and required textbooks. The college catalog on the Registrar’s webpage has official brief descriptions of each course. Please click on any link to see the syllabus for that course.

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Courses

ARTH 100 Introduction to Western Art to 1400
ARTH 132 Themes in Renaissance Art
ARTH 258 Art in the USA
ARTS 102 Visual Fundimentals
ARTS 230 Color Studies
ARTS 250 Drawing II
BNR 050 BNR Service Learning
BNR 120 Plants and Society
BNR 215 Biometry
BNR 256 Conservation Genetics
BNR 315 Freshwater Ecology
BNR 400 Capstone Seminar
BNR 401 Senior Thesis
BUAD 251 Financial Accounting
BUAD 255 Integrated Principles of Business
BUAD 320 Marketing
CAR 101 You-Your Major-Your Career
CAR 301 Investigating Career Options
CHEM 131 Fundamentals of Chemistry I
CHEM 333 Instrumental Analysis
CHEM 441 Senior Research Project
CSCI 380 Compilers
DANC 044 Ballet II
DANC 080 Modern Dance I
DANC 250 Dance History
DANC 330 Dance Composition
ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 204 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 303 Intermediate Microeconomics
EDUC 120 21st Century Learning
EDUC 260 Communication
EDUC Education Block
ENGL 202 Understanding Poetry
ENGL 240 Poetry Writing I
ENGL 241 Fiction Writing I
ENGL 247 Criticism in the Arts
ENGL 266 African American Literature
ENGL 320 History of the English Novel
ENGL 353 Literary Editing
ENGL 399 Capstone Proposal 2SH
ENGL 399 Capstone Proposal 3SH
FREN 204 Intermediate French
FREN 216 Intermediate Conversation
FREN 250 Cultural Studies
FREN 270 Intro to French Literature
GEOL 111 Introductory Geology
GEOL 242 Historical Geology
GLBL 225 Global Studies I
GLBL 270 World Focus Seminar
HIST 160 U.S. in the 20th Century
HIST 202 The American Revolution
HIST 216 Ancient Greece and Rome
HIST 222 Latin American History
HIST 252 History of Britain
HIST 260 Renaissance to Revolution
HIST 270 History Focus Seminar
HIST 288 Age of FDR
HIST 335 The Middle East
HIST 497 Research Methods
LANG 100 D Elementary Language Study Russian
LANG 100 E Elementary Language Study Russian
MATH 099 Math Tutorial
MATH 141 College Algebra
MATH 143 Precalculus
MATH 181 Calculus 1
MATH 182 Calculus 2
MATH 220 Mathematical Proofs
MCOM 028 Media Reporting and Writing
MCOM 052 Radio On Air
MCOM 110 Intro to Mass Communication
MCOM 110 Introduction to Mass Communication
MCOM 140 Public Speaking
MCOM 210 Media Reporting and Writing
MCOM 226 Opinion Writing
MCOM 228 A B Media Reporting and Writing
MCOM 251 Radio Broadcasting
MCOM 263 Public Relations
MCOM 266 Public Relations Writing
MCOM 301 Mass Media in Society
PHIL 120 Critical Thinking
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 221 Topics in Philosophy Environmental Ethics
PHYS 201 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
PHYS 303 Electricity and Magnetism I
PHYS 401 Independent Physics Research
POLS 152 Politics Among Nations
POLS 254 Latin American Politics
POLS 340 Public Policy Analysis
POLS 352 International Relations Theory
REL 110 A The Old Testiment
REL 110 B The Old Testiment
REL 120 The New Testament
REL 225 The Bible and Comparative Ethics
REL 300 Biblical Interpretation
REL 310 B Muslims Jews and Christians
REL 310 Religion and Society
REL 310 Spiritual Autobiographies
SCI 360 Current Science Literature
SOAN 110 Intro to the SOAN Major
SOAN 130 Introduction to Archaeology
SOAN 170 Gender Paradigms
SOAN 245 Culture Prehistoric Religion
SOAN 265 Sociology of Sustenance
SOAN 300 Social Theory
SOAN 323 Refugees Culture and Conflict
SOAN 399 Capstone Proposal
SPAN 204 Grammar and Conversation
SPAN 100 Introduction to Spanish
SPAN 105 Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 205 Spanish Intermediate Review
SPAN 216 Oral Expression and Conversation
SPAN 355 Spanish Film
SPST 281 Reentry Seminar Argentina
THEA 050 350 Theatre Practicum Cast
THEA 052 352 Theatre Practicum Staff
THEA 201 Acting 2
THEA 340 Advanced Voice and Movement
WLIT 131 Stories Around the Globe
WRIT 120 Reading Words and the World
WRIT 152 Revising and Editing

First Year Experience Courses

ARTH 132 Themes in Renaissance Art
CHEM 131 Fundamentals of Chemistry I
EDUC 120 21st Century Learning
GEN 101 Does Art Reflect Life
GEN 101 Exploration and Experiment
GEN 101 Page to Stage
GEN 101 Sustainable Earth ILC
GEOL 111 Introductory Geology
MCOM 110 Introduction to Mass Communication
PHYS 201 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I
THEA 101 Acting 1

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