Academic Catalog 2017-2018 
    
    Nov 17, 2019  
Academic Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Listing


Courses listed below are grouped together alphabetically by subject prefix.  To search for a specific course, please follow the instructions in the course filter box below and click on “Filter.”  

Departments and interdisciplinary programs are described in detail on the Majors, Minors, and Other Programs  page within this catalog.  Please refer to the detailed sections on each area of study for more information.  Requirements to fulfill a major or minor appear within each program or area of study.

All students must also complete the courses in the Common Curriculum (General Education), including Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) requirements and other requirements that pertain to the undergraduate degree. Courses are numbered as follows.

000-049 - Non-credit courses.

050-099 - Common Curriculum (General Education) courses and others that do NOT count toward the major.

100-199 - Introductory-level courses which count for the major.

200-299 - Sophomore/junior-level courses that often may be easily taken by non-majors. (Some departments may use 200-249 and 250-259 to delineate between sophomore and junior level offerings.)

300-399 - Upper-level courses intended primarily for majors - these are courses representing the depth component of the major.

400-499 - All advanced courses for seniors, including those used to fulfill WS (Senior Writing Experience requirement), small seminars, research, thesis, and independent studies.

Wherever possible, the departments have indicated the instructor and the term during which a course is given. Some courses are offered only occasionally and are so indicated. The College retains the right not to offer a course, especially if enrollment is insufficient.

A few courses are not valued at full course credit, and some carry double credit.

A full course unit may be equated to five quarter-credit hours, or three and one-third semester credit hours.

 

Sociology

   •  SOC 495 -  Sociology Independent Study 6
   •  SOC 496 -  Sociology Independent Study 7
   •  SOC 497 -  Sociology Independent Study 8
   •  SOC 498 -  Sociology Senior Thesis 1
   •  SOC 499 -  Sociology Senior Thesis 2

Sophomore Research Seminar

   •  SRS 200 -  Sophomore Research Seminar

Spanish

   •  MLT 272 -  Art and Politics in Spain: From the Civil War to Postfrancoism and Postmodernity
   •  MLT 273 -  Re-Viewing Spanish Cinema: From Dictators, Bullfighters and Flamenco to Nationalisms and Globalization
   •  MLT 281 -  Screening Identities in Latin American Cinema
   •  MLT 282 -  North/South Relations and Diasporic Politics
   •  MLT 283 -  Beyond the Sunny Paradise: Literature and Politics in the Caribbean
   •  MLT 284 -  Popular Religion and Politics in Latin America
   •  MLT 286T -  Gender and Identity in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema
   •  MLT 287 -  Filming Margins: Cinema Verité and Social Realism in Latin America
   •  MLT 288 -  Torture and Dictatorship in Latin American Literature
   •  MLT 289 -  Literature of the Mexican-American Border
   •  MLT 293 -  Made in New York: Puerto Rican and Dominican Transnational Identities in American Literature & Cinema
   •  MLT 294 -  Generation X: Global Youth Culture in Fiction and Film
   •  SPN 100 -  Basic Spanish 1
   •  SPN 101 -  Basic Spanish 2
   •  SPN 102 -  Basic Spanish 3
   •  SPN 200 -  Intermediate Spanish 1
   •  SPN 201 -  Intermediate Spanish 2
   •  SPN 202 -  Intermediate Spanish 3
   •  SPN 203 -  Advanced Spanish
   •  SPN 204T -  The Spanish Language Studied Abroad 1
   •  SPN 205T -  The Spanish Language Studied Abroad 2
   •  SPN 206T -  The Spanish Language Studied Abroad 3
   •  SPN 207T -  The Spanish Language Studied Abroad 4
   •  SPN 208T -  Spanish Civilization
   •  SPN 209T -  Mexican Civilization
   •  SPN 250T -  The Spanish Language Studied Independently Abroad 1
   •  SPN 251T -  The Spanish Language Studied Independently Abroad 2
   •  SPN 295H -  Spanish Honors Independent Study 1
   •  SPN 296H -  Spanish Honors Independent Study 2
   •  SPN 304 -  Performing Identities in Contemporary Spanish Theater
   •  SPN 306 -  Spanish Mutant Fictioneers: Mutant Fiction & Media Mutations in Twenty- First Century Spanish Literature
   •  SPN 308 -  The Spanish Movida: Explosive Youth Culture of the 1970s and 80s
   •  SPN 311 -  Otherness and Citizenship in Contemporary Spanish Theater and Cinema
   •  SPN 312T -  Immigration in Spanish Cinema
   •  SPN 314 -  Spain is Different: Current Debates Shaping Spain’s Future
   •  SPN 325 -  Staging Conflict: Studies in One-Act Mexican Theater
   •  SPN 326 -  Women Weaving Histories: Short Narratives by Latin American Female Writers
   •  SPN 327 -  The Nation at Home: Family and Nationhood in Spanish American Theater
   •  SPN 328 -  Inquiring Latin American Identities: Reading Context, Space & Cultural Artifacts
   •  SPN 329 -  Interruptions: The Paradox of Tradition in Spanish American Poetry
   •  SPN 330 -  Mexican Women’s Contemporary Short Fiction
   •  SPN 332 -  An Introduction to Afro-Hispanic Literatures and Cultures
   •  SPN 350 -  Visions and Voices: Chicana Icons from Myth to Matter
   •  SPN 351 -  Border Identities
   •  SPN 352 -  Imagining Latino & Latina Identities
   •  SPN 360 -  Spanish Communication: Speaking and Writing in Contemporary Settings
   •  SPN 375 -  Dreams, Mirages and Delusions in Peninsular and Latin American Fiction
   •  SPN 376 -  Down to Earth: Cross-Cultural Explorations of the Hispanic World
   •  SPN 380 -  What’s Love Got to Do with It: Gender and Nation in Hispanic and US Latino Literatures
   •  SPN 381 -  Hauntings in Hispanic Fiction
   •  SPN 400 -  Don Quixote
   •  SPN 401 -  Bodies and Power in Latin American Narrative
   •  SPN 402 -  Dressing Up the Canon: Cross-Dressing in Hispanic Literature and Film
   •  SPN 405 -  Lost and Found in Translation
   •  SPN 406 -  Film of the Mexican American Border
   •  SPN 407 -  Cultures in Contact (and Conflict) in Contemporary Spain
   •  SPN 408 -  Hispanic Literature in the Digital Age
   •  SPN 409 -  Rebels with a Cause: Contemporary Spanish Youth Culture 1975-2010
   •  SPN 415 -  What Remains: Waste in Latin American Cinema, Literature, Media, and Art
   •  SPN 417 -  Death and Revenge in the Southern Cone
   •  SPN 418 -  Of Cock Fights and Crowded Elevators: Readings in Contemporary Mexican Theater
   •  SPN 431 -  Colonial Latin America 1492-1800
   •  SPN 432 -  Islands Adrift: Race, Politics, and Diasporas in the Hispanic Caribbean
   •  SPN 433 -  Latin American Colonial Crossroads at the Movies
   •  SPN 473 -  Re-Viewing Spanish Cinema
   •  SPN 489 -  Honors Senior Seminar
   •  SPN 490 -  Spanish Independent Study 1
   •  SPN 491 -  Spanish Independent Study 2
   •  SPN 492 -  Spanish Independent Study 3

Statistics

   •  STA 064 - (MTH-064) Statistical Thinking
   •  STA 104 - (MTH-104) Introduction to Statistics
   •  STA 128 -  Probability
   •  STA 164 - (MTH 164) Strategies of Experimentation: Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments
   •  STA 264 - (MTH 264) Regression Analysis
   •  STA 295H -  Statistics Honors Independent Project 1
   •  STA 296H -  Statistics Honors Independent Project 2
   •  STA 364 -  Big Data Analytics
   •  STA 490 -  Statistics Independent Study

Terms Abroad Courses

   •  AMS 251T -  Washington DC: Cultural and Political Spaces in America’s Capital
 

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