Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Dec 08, 2019  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [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 can be 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.

 

Economics

   •  ECO 491 -  Economics Independent Study 2
   •  ECO 492 -  Economics Independent Study 3
   •  ECO 493 -  Economics Independent Study 4
   •  ECO 498 -  Economics Senior Thesis 1
   •  ECO 499 -  Economics Senior Thesis 2

English

   •  EGL 098 -  Tragedy
   •  EGL 099 - (271) The Bible: An Introduction
   •  EGL 100 -  Introduction to the Study of Literature: Poetry
   •  EGL 101 -  Introduction to the Study of Literature: Fiction
   •  EGL 102 -  Introduction to the Study of Literature: Drama
   •  EGL 200 -  Shakespeare to 1600
   •  EGL 201 -  Shakespeare after 1600
   •  EGL 202 -  Amazons, Saints and Scholars: Women’s Writing in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
   •  EGL 203 -  The Age of Heroes: The Anglo-Saxon Era
   •  EGL 204 -  Plague, Revolt, Religion, and Nation: The Fourteenth Century
   •  EGL 205 -  The Road to Canterbury
   •  EGL 206 -  Renaissance Literature
   •  EGL 208 -  Renaissance Drama
   •  EGL 209 -  British Literature: The 1590s
   •  EGL 210 -  British Literature: Seventeenth-Century Literature
   •  EGL 211 -  Milton
   •  EGL 212 -  The Restoration
   •  EGL 213 -  American Literature in Historical Context: Beginnings to 1800
   •  EGL 216 -  Eighteenth-Century British Literature
   •  EGL 217 -  Enlightenment and Romanticism
   •  EGL 218 -  European Novel in Translation
   •  EGL 219 -  Rise of the Novel
   •  EGL 220 -  The Romantic Revolution
   •  EGL 221 -  Romanticism and Media Studies
   •  EGL 224 -  19th-Century Novel
   •  EGL 225 -  The Brontë Sisters
   •  EGL 226 -  Victorian Detective Fiction
   •  EGL 227 -  Governess Tales
   •  EGL 228 -  Novels of Education
   •  EGL 230 -  Desire, Incest, Cross-dressing, and Homo-erotica: Identity Politics in the Early American Sentimental Novel
   •  EGL 231 -  Nineteenth-Century American Literature
   •  EGL 232 -  The American Renaissance
   •  EGL 233 -  African-American Literature: Beginnings to 1900: Vision and Re-Vision
   •  EGL 236 -  American Realism and Naturalism
   •  EGL 237 -  African-American Literature: 1900-Present
   •  EGL 239 -  American Literature and Culture: 1900-1960
   •  EGL 240 -  American Literature and Culture: 1960-Present
   •  EGL 241 -  From the Greatest Generation to the Generation Gap: American Fiction, 1900-1960
   •  EGL 246 -  Modern Poetry
   •  EGL 247 -  Studies in Modern Poets: Bishop and Gunn
   •  EGL 248 -  Introduction to Black Poetry
   •  EGL 249 -  American Poetry Since 1960
   •  EGL 250 -  The Beats and Contemporary Culture
   •  EGL 253 -  Narratives of Haunting in US Ethnic Literature
   •  EGL 254 -  Discourses on the Viet Nam War
   •  EGL 255 -  Asian American Literature and Film
   •  EGL 256 -  Southeast Asian-American Experience
   •  EGL 258 -  Changing Ireland
   •  EGL 259 -  Irish Literature and Film
   •  EGL 260 -  James Joyce
   •  EGL 264 -  Women Writers, 18th to 20th Century
   •  EGL 265 -  Jewish Women Writers
   •  EGL 266 -  Black Women Writers
   •  EGL 268 -  Gender and Genre
   •  EGL 270 -  Humanities: The Origins
   •  EGL 272 -  Epic
   •  EGL 273 -  Satire
   •  EGL 275 -  Autobiography
   •  EGL 276 -  Literature of the Manor House
   •  EGL 277 -  Philosophical Fiction
   •  EGL 278 -  Science Fiction
   •  EGL 279 -  Literature and Science
   •  EGL 280 -  Nature and Environmental Writing
   •  EGL 281 -  Environmental Psychology and Place Attachment in the American Literary Landscape
   •  EGL 282 -  The Theory of Things: Objects, Emotions, Ideas
   •  EGL 286 -  Transnational Literature, Film, and Theory
   •  EGL 287 -  Gender and Sexuality in Film
   •  EGL 288 -  Film as Fictive Art: World Cinema - History and Analysis
   •  EGL 289 -  Studies in a Major Film Director
   •  EGL 290 -  Studies in Film Genre/Style: Documentary
   •  EGL 291 -  Theater Criticism
   •  EGL 292 -  Special Topics in Theater: Contemporary American Theater
   •  EGL 293 -  Workshop in Poetry
   •  EGL 294 -  Workshop in Fiction
   •  EGL 295 -  Workshop in Non-Fiction Prose
   •  EGL 295H -  English Honors Independent Project 1
   •  EGL 296 -  Power of Words
   •  EGL 296H -  English Honors Independent Project 2
   •  EGL 297 -  Literary Research Practicum 1
   •  EGL 298 -  Literary Research Practicum 2
   •  EGL 299 -  Literary Research Practicum 3
   •  EGL 300 -  Jr. Seminar: Poetry Workshop
   •  EGL 301 -  Jr. Seminar: Fiction Workshop
   •  EGL 302 -  Jr. Seminar: Literary Theory
   •  EGL 304 -  Jr. Seminar (Fall): The Brontë Sisters
   •  EGL 305 -  Jr. Seminar (Winter): Black Nature Writing
   •  EGL 306 -  Jr. Seminar (Spring): Romanticism & Natural History
   •  EGL 400 -  Sr. Seminar: Poetry Workshop
   •  EGL 401 -  Sr. Seminar: Fiction Workshop
   •  EGL 402 -  English Honors Thesis Seminar 1
   •  EGL 403 -  English Honors Thesis Seminar 2
   •  EGL 404 -  Sr. Seminar (Fall): Charles Brockden Brown
   •  EGL 405 -  Sr. Seminar (Winter):
   •  EGL 406 -  Sr. Seminar (Spring): Jane Austen
   •  EGL 490 -  English Independent Studies 1
 

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