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    Muhlenberg College
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

Dance

   •  DNC 275 - Anatomy & Kinesiology for Dancers
   •  DNC 350 - Teaching Dance: Theory & Methods
   •  DNC 360 - Advanced Dance Composition
   •  DNC 375 - Advanced Topics in Dance Science
   •  DNC 490 - CUE: Advanced Research in Dance I
   •  DNC 495 - CUE: Advanced Research in Dance II
   •  DNC 950 - Community Performance Ensemble
   •  DNC 960 - Dance Internship
   •  DNC 965 - Teaching Dance Practicum
   •  DNC 970 - Dance Independent Study/Research

Dance Technique

Dance technique courses meet for three to five hours a week and are worth 0.5 course units.  The Arts (AR) requirement may be met when two dance idioms are completed in the same semester.  Technique courses at all levels are repeatable for credit.

Placement at the appropriate level is determined by Muhlenberg Dance Faculty who will evaluate student level of expertise in the dance idiom.  Beginning classes are designed for students with very little or no prior experience in the dance form.  Intermediate classes are for those with several years of prior training while advanced classes are for those with significant professional training and demonstrated advanced skills.

   •  DNC 110 - Ballet I
   •  DNC 120 - Jazz Dance I
   •  DNC 125 - Aerial Acrobatics I
   •  DNC 130 - Jazztap I
   •  DNC 140 - Modern Dance I
   •  DNC 145 - Hip Hop I
   •  DNC 210 - Ballet II
   •  DNC 220 - Jazz Dance II
   •  DNC 225 - Aerial Acrobatics II
   •  DNC 230 - Jazztap II
   •  DNC 240 - Modern Dance II
   •  DNC 245 - Hip Hop II
   •  DNC 310 - Ballet III
   •  DNC 320 - Jazz Dance III
   •  DNC 330 - Jazztap III
   •  DNC 340 - Modern Dance III
   •  DNC 345 - Pointe & Variations
   •  DNC 410, 411 - Ballet IV
   •  DNC 420, 421 - Jazz Dance IV
   •  DNC 430, 431 - Jazztap IV
   •  DNC 440, 441 - Modern Dance IV
   •  DNC 470, 471 - Ballet V
   •  DNC 472, 473 - Modern Dance V

Economics

   •  ECN 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECN 102 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECN 220, 221 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECN 222, 223 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECN 243, 244 - Health Care Economics
   •  ECN 245, 246 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECN 251, 252 - Development Economics
   •  ECN 332, 333 - Public Finance
   •  ECN 334, 335 - International Trade & Globalization
   •  ECN 338, 339 - Labor Economics
   •  ECN 348 - Game Theory & Applications
   •  ECN 350 - Econometrics
   •  ECN 490, 491 - CUE: History of Economic Thought
   •  ECN 960 - Economics Internship
   •  ECN 970 - Economics Independent Study/Research

Education

   •  EDU 101 - History & Politics of American Education
   •  EDU 104, 105 - Educational Psychology: Child Learning & Development
   •  EDU 106, 107 - Educational Psychology: Adolescent Learning & Development
   •  EDU 190, 191 - The Arts in Education
   •  EDU 201 - Introduction to Special Education: Diverse Learners & Inclusive Classrooms
   •  EDU 202 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education

Methods Courses

   •  EDU 204 - Integrating Curriculum & Instruction for Young Learners
   •  EDU 206 - Integrating Curriculum & Instruction for Adolescent Learners
   •  EDU 211, 212 - Theory & Practice of Teaching English Language Learners
   •  EDU 326 - Language & Early Literacy
   •  EDU 327, 328 - Literacy & Social Studies Education
   •  EDU 330 - Social Studies Education for Adolescent Learners
   •  EDU 334 - Mathematics Education for Young Learners
   •  EDU 336 - Mathematics Education for Adolescent Learners
   •  EDU 344 - Science Education for Young Learners
   •  EDU 346 - Science Education for Adolescent Learners
   •  EDU 362 - Languages Education
   •  EDU 363 - English Education for Adolescent Learners
   •  EDU 370 - Urban Ethnography
   •  EDU 410 - Seminar in Assessment & Evaluation
   •  EDU 420 - Seminar in Professional Studies & Community Education
   •  EDU 550 - Practicum in Education I
   •  EDU 551 - Practicum in Education II
   •  EDU 950 - Student Teaching I
   •  EDU 951 - Student Teaching II
   •  EDU 970 - Education Independent Study/Research

English General Literature

Note: 100 level courses may NOT be counted toward the English major or minor.

   •  ENG 113 - British Writers
   •  ENG 115 - American Writers

Foundation Course for Majors and Minors

   •  ENG 275 - Theory & Methods of English Studies

Reading X

   •  ENG 202 - Reading Emily Dickinson
   •  ENG 206 - Reading Austen
   •  ENG 208 - Reading Alice in Wonderland
   •  ENG 212 - Reading Frankenstein
   •  ENG 218 - Reading the South

Genres

   •  ENG 231 - Modern Drama
   •  ENG 235, 236 - Contemporary Drama & Performance Art
   •  ENG 237, 294 - Postwar Drama
   •  ENG 238, 239 - Plays on Film
   •  ENG 240, 241 - The Nature of Narrative
   •  ENG 243, 244 - Genres of Popular Fiction
   •  ENG 245, 246 - Poetry & the Imaginative Process
   •  ENG 249, 250 - Science Fiction & Fantasy
   •  ENG 251, 252 - Contemporary Fiction

Connections

   •  ENG 255 - Literature & Film
   •  ENG 257, 258 - Literature & Evolution
   •  ENG 259, 260 - Literature & Ecology
   •  ENG 261 - Literature & The Visual Arts
   •  ENG 267 - Literature & Sexuality
   •  ENG 269, 270 - Literature & Mass Media
   •  ENG 279 - Literature as Politics

Ethnic and Regional Literatures

   •  ENG 229, 232 - African American Drama
   •  ENG 253 - Modern Jewish Writers
 

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