Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Sep 21, 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.

 

English

   •  EGL 491 -  English Independent Studies 2
   •  EGL 496 -  English Senior Thesis 1
   •  EGL 497 -  English Senior Thesis 2

Environmental Science, Policy and Engineering

   •  ENS 100 -  Introduction to Environmental Studies
   •  ENS 200 -  Energy
   •  ENS 201 -  Food Ecology
   •  ENS 204 -  Geographic Information Systems
   •  ENS 208 -  Waste Management and Recycling
   •  ENS 209 -  Renewable Energy Systems
   •  ENS 210 -  Groundwater Hydrology w/Lab
   •  ENS 222 -  The New Wall of China
   •  ENS 247 -  Sustainable Infrastructure
   •  ENS 252 -  Geoenvironmental Applications
   •  ENS 253 -  Environmentally Friendly Buildings
   •  ENS 277 -  The Water Paradox
   •  ENS 291 -  Construction for Humanity
   •  ENS 295H -  Environmental Science & Policy Two Term Honors Independent Project 1
   •  ENS 296H -  Environmental Science & Policy Two Term Honors Independent Project 2
   •  ENS 299 -  Environmental Forensics
   •  ENS 460 -  Environmental Science & Policy Senior Seminar
   •  ENS 490 -  Environmental Science & Policy Independent Study 1
   •  ENS 491 -  Environmental Science & Policy Independent Study 2
   •  ENS 497 -  Environmental Science & Policy Senior Research
   •  ENS 498 -  Environmental Science & Policy Research 1
   •  ENS 499 -  Environmental Science & Policy Research 2

Engineering Science

   •  ESC 100 -  Exploring Engineering
   •  ESC 324 -  Advanced Topics in Nanoscience

Film Studies

   •  FLM 201 -  Documentary Filmmaking
   •  FLM 202 -  Digital Filmmaking
   •  FLM 303 -  Cinematic Montage
   •  FLM 490 -  Film Project or Internship 1
   •  FLM 491 -  Film Project or Internship 2
   •  FLM 492 -  Film Project or Internship 3

First-Year Preceptorial

   •  FPR 100 -  First-Year Preceptorial
   •  FPR 100H -  Scholars Preceptorial

French

   •  FRN 100 -  Basic French 1
   •  FRN 101 -  Basic French 2
   •  FRN 102 -  Basic French 3
   •  FRN 200 -  Intermediate French 1
   •  FRN 201 -  Intermediate French 2
   •  FRN 204T -  The French Language Studied Abroad
   •  FRN 205T -  The French Language Studied Abroad
   •  FRN 206T -  The French Language Studied Abroad
   •  FRN 207T -  The French Language Studied Abroad
   •  FRN 208T -  Contemporary France
   •  FRN 250T -  The French Language Studied Independently Abroad
   •  FRN 251T -  The French Language Studied Independently Abroad
   •  FRN 295H -  French Honors Ind Project 1
   •  FRN 296H -  French Honors Ind Project 2
   •  FRN 300 -  Modern France/La France actuelle
   •  FRN 301 -  A Survey of French Literature 1
   •  FRN 302 -  A Survey of French Literature 2
   •  FRN 303 -  Advanced French
   •  FRN 304 -  Studies in the French Caribbean
   •  FRN 305T -  Mini-term in Martinique
   •  FRN 306T -  Readings in French and Francophone Culture
   •  FRN 307 -  Negritude Movement: Point of Departure in Black African and Afro-Caribbean Literatures in French
   •  FRN 308 -  Women on Top: Great Women Writers and Characters of French Narrative Fiction
   •  FRN 309 -  Identifying Desire, Desiring Identity: French and Francophone Non-Narrative Literature
   •  FRN 311 -  Studies in Francophone North America: Quebec
   •  FRN 312 -  What is French Cinéma?/Qu’est-ce que le cinéma français?
   •  FRN 400 -  Whose Enlightenment?
   •  FRN 401 -  The Writers of Romanticism
   •  FRN 402 -  Sex Lives and Videotape: Casting Sexuality in French and Francophone Film
   •  FRN 403 -  Studies in the French Theater
   •  FRN 410 -  War Stories; 100 Years of French Literature
   •  FRN 411 -  The 20th Century Novel
   •  FRN 421 -  Histoire de la danse, Danse de l’histoire/History of Dance, Dance of History
   •  FRN 430 -  West African Oral Literature
   •  FRN 431 -  Voices of Francophone Literature from French-Speaking Countries and Territories other than France
   •  FRN 489 -  French Senior Project
   •  FRN 490 -  French Independent Study 1
   •  FRN 491 -  French Independent Study 2
   •  FRN 492 -  French Independent Study 3
   •  MLT 211 -  Histoire de la danse, Danse de l’histoire/History of Dance, Dance of History
   •  MLT 212 -  Sex Lives and Videotape: Casting Sexuality in French and Francophone Film
   •  MLT 213 -  West African Oral Literature
   •  MLT 215 -  What is French Cinéma?/Qu’est-ce que le cinéma français?

Geology

   •  GEO 103 -  Great Moments in The History of Life
   •  GEO 106 -  Introduction to Oceanography
   •  GEO 108 -  Earth Resources
   •  GEO 109 -  Geologic Perspectives on Global Warming
   •  GEO 110 -  Physical Geology
   •  GEO 112 -  Environmental Geology
   •  GEO 117 -  Natural Disasters
   •  GEO 120 -  The Earth and Life Through Time
   •  GEO 201 -  Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments of New York
   •  GEO 202 -  Geomorphology
   •  GEO 203 -  Lakes and Environmental Change
   •  GEO 205 -  Tectonics
   •  GEO 206 -  Volcanology
   •  GEO 207 -  Stable Isotopes in Environmental Science
   •  GEO 208 -  Paleontology, Paleobiology, and Paleoecology
   •  GEO 209 -  Paleoclimatology
   •  GEO 210 -  Groundwater Hydrology w/Lab
   •  GEO 220 -  Mineral Science
   •  GEO 295H -  Geology Honors Independent Project 1
   •  GEO 296H -  Geology Honors Independent Project 2
   •  GEO 300 -  Glacial and Quaternary Geology
   •  GEO 302 -  Geochemical Systems and Modeling
 

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