Apr 25, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

United States History

   •  HST 227, 228 - Twentieth Century America to 1945
   •  HST 229, 230 - Recent US History Since 1945
   •  HST 235 - American Civil War & Reconstruction
   •  HST 321, 322 - America Confronts a Revolutionary World: Foreign Policy Since 1890
   •  HST 323, 324 - Constitutional History of the United States
   •  HST 325, 326 - American Economic History
   •  HST 327, 328 - Women's America
   •  HST 333 - American Military History
   •  HST 339 - Popular Protests: Parades, Riots, & Mass Movements in U.S. History
   •  HST 341 - Environmental History of the United States
   •  HST 345 - Disease & Medicine in American History
   •  HST 347 - History of Public Health in America
   •  HST 357, 358 - Alternative America: The Losers' History of the United States
   •  HST 365, 366 - The African American Experience I: to 1896
   •  HST 367, 368 - The African American Experience II: since 1896

Internship and Independent Study/Research

   •  HST 960 - History Internship
   •  HST 970 - History Independent Study/Research

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

   •  INE 101 - Introduction to Innovation & Entrepreneurship
   •  INE 201 - Business Plan Development
   •  INE 970 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship Independent Study/Research
   •  INE 975 - Innovation & Entrepreneurship Project Workshop

Intergroup Dialogue

   •  IGD 150 - Intergroup Dialogue

Italian

   •  ITL 101 - Elementary Italian I
   •  ITL 102 - Elementary Italian II
   •  ITL 203 - Intermediate Italian I
   •  ITL 204 - Intermediate Italian II
   •  ITL 970 - Italian Independent Study/Research

International Studies

   •  IST 101 - Introduction to International Studies
   •  IST 970 - International Studies Independent Study/Research

Jewish Studies

   •  JST 109 - Jewish Experience in a Secular Age
   •  JST 201 - American Jewish Life & Culture
   •  JST 203, 204 - From Zion to Zionism: History of Jewish Nationalism
   •  JST 970 - Jewish Studies Independent Study/Research

Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

   •  LLC 211 - Books Without Borders

Mathematics

   •  MTH 101 - Topics in Mathematics
   •  MTH 104 - Statistical Thinking
   •  MTH 114 - Fundamentals of Mathematics
   •  MTH 116 - Symmetry & Shape: Introduction to Geometry
   •  MTH 119 - Statistical Analysis
   •  MTH 121 - Calculus I
   •  MTH 122 - Calculus II
   •  MTH 219 - Statistical Models
   •  MTH 223 - Calculus III
   •  MTH 226 - Linear Algebra
   •  MTH 227 - Differential Equations
   •  MTH 240 - Transition to Abstract Mathematics
   •  MTH 314 - Applied Mathematics & Modeling
   •  MTH 318 - Operations Research
   •  MTH 326 - Abstract Algebra
   •  MTH 328 - Codes & Ciphers
   •  MTH 331 - Probability
   •  MTH 332 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MTH 337 - Mathematical Analysis
   •  MTH 342 - Advanced Geometry
   •  MTH 345 - Combinatorics & Graph Theory
   •  MTH 353 - CUE: Landmarks of Mathematics
   •  MTH 370 - CUE: The Art of Problem Solving
   •  MTH 970 - Mathematics Independent Study/Research
   •  MTH 975 - CUE: Directed Research

Media and Communication Required

   •  COM 201 - Media & Society
   •  COM 231 - Documentary Research
   •  COM 301 - Media Theory & Methods

Discovery

These introductory courses emphasize the breadth of media and communication.  They provide an overview of different sub-specializations within the field.

   •  COM 208 - Global Media
   •  COM 212 - New Information Technologies
   •  COM 218 - Media & Patriotism
   •  COM 220, 221 - Free Culture
   •  COM 223, 224 - Feminist Media Studies
   •  COM 225 - Journalistic Traditions
   •  COM 240 - Introduction to Film Analysis
   •  COM 242 - Twentieth Century Media: Film, Radio, & Television
   •  COM 251 - Introduction to Moviemaking

Structure

These courses use media and communication theories and methodologies to provide in-depth exploration of significant media and communication institutions, traditions, or cultural forms.

   •  COM 210 - Media Law
   •  COM 244, 245 - Media & Social Movements
   •  COM 312 - Media Industries
   •  COM 314 - Audience Analysis
   •  COM 316 - Propaganda & Promotional Cultures
   •  COM 341 - Social Media & the Self
   •  COM 344 - Documentary Film & Social Justice
   •  COM 346 - Exploratory Cinema
   •  COM 370 - Popular Culture & Communication
   •  COM 372, 373 - Race & Representation
   •  COM 374 - Gender, Communication, & Culture
   •  COM 378, 379 - Sport, Culture, & Media
   •  COM 442 - Children & Communication

Practice

These courses provide students with opportunities to become producers, not merely consumers, of print, video, digital, and audio information.  Each course gives students in-depth opportunities to put theory into practice in research, writing, or digital media production.

   •  COM 216 - Communication & Public Relations
   •  COM 256 - Introduction to Interactive Web Design
   •  COM 321, 322 - Writing for the Media
   •  COM 334 - Health Communication
   •  COM 336, 337 - Environmental Communication
   •  COM 338 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM 351 - Video Production
   •  COM 361 - Radio Production
   •  COM 367 - Studio Workshop in Television & Film
   •  COM 376, 377 - Youth Media
   •  COM 431 - Documentary Field Work

Internship

   •  COM 960 - Communication Internship
   •  COM 970 - Media and Communication Independent Study/Research

CUE Courses

   •  COM 401 - CUE: Seminar in Media & Communication
   •  COM 467 - CUE: Advanced Video Production
   •  COM 470 - CUE: Media & Communication Honors Seminar
 

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