2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
  
    Jul 17, 2019  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

Ethics and Social Theory

   •  PHL 249 - Neuroethics
   •  PHL 333, 334 - Ethics

CUE Seminar

   •  PHL 500-549 - CUE: Seminar

Individualized Instruction

   •  PHL 960 - Philosophy Internship
   •  PHL 970 - Philosophy Independent Study/Research

Physics

   •  PHY 100-110 - Physics for Life
   •  PHY 101 - Circuits, Science, & the World
   •  PHY 102 - Theory to Tech
   •  PHY 103 - Heat, Buoyancy, & Climate Change
   •  PHY 104 - Light, Color, & Electric Circuits
   •  PHY 111 - Introduction to Astronomy
   •  PHY 113 - Cosmology: The Scientific Exploration of the Universe
   •  PHY 121 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 122 - General Physics II
   •  PHY 140 - The Physics of Music
   •  PHY 213 - Modern Physics
   •  PHY 216 - Analog & Digital Circuits
   •  PHY 226 - Optics: From Lenses to Lasers
   •  PHY 235 - Nuclear & Particle Physics
   •  PHY 241, 242 - Thermal & Statistical Physics
   •  PHY 250 - Simulating Science
   •  PHY 319 - Analytical Mechanics
   •  PHY 329 - Electromagnetism
   •  PHY 341 - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHY 450 - CUE: Advanced Projects
   •  PHY 970 - Physics Independent Study/Research

Political Economy and Public Policy

   •  PEP 960 - Political Economy Internship

Political Science Required

Courses in political science are numbered as follows:

  100 - 199 Introductory courses open to all students; required for the major.
  200 - 299 Intermediate courses normally open to students beyond the first semester of college.
  300 - 399 Advanced courses with previous course work in political science normally required; usually require a significant research project.
  400 - 499 Seminars with intensive reading; recommended for juniors and seniors with substantial work completed toward the major; strongly encouraged for those seeking honors in political science.

   •  PSC 101 - Introduction to American National Government
   •  PSC 103 - Introduction to Comparative Politics & International Relations
   •  PSC 201 - Political Ideologies
   •  PSC 301 - Political Science Research Methods
   •  PSC 490 - CUE: Senior Capstone Seminar

American Government and Political Processes

Courses in the American government and political process subfield focus on the institutions, actors, inputs, and outcomes of the American political process and the role of citizenship within the broader society.

   •  PSC 203, 204 - Civil Rights & Liberties
   •  PSC 205 - Constitutional Law I
   •  PSC 207, 208 - Constitutional Law II
   •  PSC 209 - Elections & Campaigns in the United States
   •  PSC 213 - Public Health Policy
   •  PSC 216 - Environmental Politics & Policymaking
   •  PSC 219, 220 - Public Administration & Policy Implementation
   •  PSC 221 - Government Regulation of Business
   •  PSC 223 - Political Organization & Voice: Parties, Interest Groups, & Citizens in U.S. Politics
   •  PSC 303, 304 - Gender, Politics, & Policy
   •  PSC 305 - U.S. Congress
   •  PSC 309 - The American Judiciary
   •  PSC 311, 312 - The American Presidency
   •  PSC 315, 316 - Inequality & U.S. Public Policy
   •  PSC 400, 401 - Seminar in Urban Policy & Planning

Comparative Politics

Comparative Politics is the comparative study of political phenomena, including political institutions, behavior, and ideas in countries other than the United States.  The sub-discipline studies the domestic politics of foreign nations with a focus on how power is organized and exercised.

   •  PSC 230, 231 - Government & Politics of Europe
   •  PSC 232 - Governments & Politics of East Asia
   •  PSC 234, 235 - Government & Politics of Russia
   •  PSC 237 - Government & Politics of Africa
   •  PSC 246 - Developing Nations
   •  PSC 248, 249 - Governments & Politics of the Middle East
   •  PSC 420 - Seminar in Regimes & Regime Changes
   •  PSC 430 - Seminar in Comparative National Security Policy

International Politics and Foreign Policy

International Politics in the study of the interaction among nations, international organizations, and an increasing range of non-state or nongovernmental actors, such as multinational corporations, terrorist organizations, etc.  International relations also seeks to explain the processes by which this wide range of actors attempt to address the increasingly broad range of security, development, and environmental issues facing the world.

   •  PSC 242, 243 - Introduction to Conflict & Peace Studies
   •  PSC 254 - Globalization & Social Justice
   •  PSC 328, 329 - International Law & Organization
   •  PSC 330, 331 - Comparative & International Environmental Policies
   •  PSC 339, 340 - Theories of International Relations
   •  PSC 341, 342 - American Foreign Policy
   •  PSC 343 - International Political Economy

Political Theory

Political theory involves the critical examination of the ideological and philosophical underpinnings of political communities, the analysis and evaluation of ideas that animate contemporary political arguments, and the interpretation of classic texts in the history of political theory.

   •  PSC 260, 261 - American Political Thought
   •  PSC 262, 263 - Utopia & Its Critics
   •  PSC 264 - Politics & Public Space
   •  PSC 348, 349 - Democratic Theory
   •  PSC 356, 357 - War & Justice
   •  PSC 450 - Seminar on Modernity & Its Discontents

Internship

   •  PSC 960 - Political Science Internship
   •  PSC 970 - Political Science Independent Study/Research

Psychology

   •  PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology
   •  PSY 103 - Psychological Statistics
   •  PSY 104 - Research Methods in Psychology

Biological, Behavioral, and Cognitive Processes

   •  PSY 212 - Learning & Behavior
   •  PSY 214 - Sensation & Perception
   •  PSY 215 - Biological Psychology
   •  PSY 217 - Cognitive Processes
   •  PSY 312 - Psychopharmacology
   •  PSY 410 - Memory & Amnesia
   •  PSY 412 - Psychology of Language

Sociocultural Processes

   •  PSY 220 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 221 - Multicultural Psychology
   •  PSY 320 - History of Psychology
   •  PSY 322, 323 - Psychology of Women
   •  PSY 425 - Contemporary Racism

Developmental Processes

   •  PSY 230 - Child Development
   •  PSY 231 - Adolescent Development
   •  PSY 232 - Personality Psychology
   •  PSY 305 - Adult Personal & Cognitive Development
   •  PSY 330 - Developmental Psychopathology
   •  PSY 430 - Development: Inclusion-Exclusion
   •  PSY 432 - Poverty, Risk, & Resilience

Clinical and Applied Psychology

   •  PSY 240 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 241 - Interpersonal Psychology
   •  PSY 324 - Philosophical Psychology
   •  PSY 340 - Psychotherapy & Counseling
   •  PSY 341 - Psychological Assessment
   •  PSY 440 - Clinical Case Studies
   •  PSY 441 - Health Psychology

Culminating Undergraduate Experience

   •  PSY 490 - CUE: Advanced Research in Psychology
 

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