Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015 
    
    Jul 22, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Classification

Lower division courses are 1000 and 2000 level courses; upper division courses are 3000 and 4000 level courses. A course identified by two numbers and separated by a hyphen (i.e. 1010-1020) means that the first course, identified by the lower number, is a prerequisite for the second course, identified by the higher number. A slanted line between two course numbers (i.e. 3010/3020) means that the first course is not a prerequisite of the other. The number set within the parenthesis following the course title is the number of semester credits assigned to successful completion of the course (i.e.) (3). Interdisciplinary courses are identified by an “I” preceding the course number.

 

 

Earth Science

   •  ERS 1040 - Introductory Earth Science II

Economics

   •  ECO 1010 - Principles of Economics, Macro
   •  ECO 1020 - Principles of Economics, Micro
   •  ECO 4020 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 4070 - Social Economics
   •  ECO 4080 - U.S. in the World Economy

Education

   •  ED 2051 - Orientation to Teaching
   •  ED 2110 - Methods in Mathematics for Childhood Education
   •  ED 2120 - Literacy, Teaching, and Learning for Diverse Childhood Learners
   •  ED 2510 - Language Arts Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 2520 - Science and Technology Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 3120 - Social Studies Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 3201 - Literacy in the Content Areas for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3240 - Basics of Literary Instruction for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3302 - Introduction to Instruction and Assessment for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3305 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Mathematics
   •  ED 3306 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 English
   •  ED 3307 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Science
   •  ED 3308 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Social Studies
   •  ED 3405 - Mathematics Methods
   •  ED 3406 - English Methods
   •  ED 3407 - Science Methods
   •  ED 3408 - Social Studies Methods
   •  ED 3470 - Curriculum and Instruction for Early Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3480 - Practicum for Middle Childhood Education
   •  ED 3670 - Instruction for Early Childhood Students with and without Disabilities
   •  ED 3680 - Early Childhood Practicum with Students with and without Disabilities
   •  ED 4011 - Student Teaching in the Elementary School
   •  ED 4021 - Student Teaching in the Secondary School
   •  ED 4031 - Child Abuse Health and Safety Education Workshop
   •  ED 4240 - Integrative Fieldwork
   •  ED 4500 - Special Topics: Literacy
   •  ED 4650 - Response to Intervention and Collaboration
   •  ED 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study
   •  PSY 3551 - IEP and Transition Planning

English

   •  ENG 1000 - Fundamentals of Writing
   •  ENG 1010 - College Writing
   •  ENG 1020 - Forms of Literature
   •  ENG 2010 - Major English Authors I
   •  ENG 2020 - Major English Authors II
   •  ENG 2040 - Foundations of Literary Studies
   •  ENG 2080 - American Literature I
   •  ENG 2090 - Major American Authors II
   •  ENG 2120 - World Masterpieces I
   •  ENG 2130 - World Masterpieces II
   •  ENG 2140 - Mythology
   •  ENG 2150 - Fairy Tales
   •  ENG 2160 - Contemporary Black Writers
   •  ENG 3010 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 3070 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 3130 - Tutoring Writing
   •  ENG 3170 - Homer
   •  ENG 3190 - Modern American Drama
   •  ENG 3200 - Modern American Fiction
   •  ENG 3210 - Dramatic Literature 1
   •  ENG 3220 - Dramatic Literature 2
   •  ENG 3230 - Images of Women in Fiction
   •  ENG 3240 - Women Writers
   •  ENG 3300 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 3320 - Journalistic Writing
   •  ENG 3330 - The Essay
   •  ENG 3340 - The Novel I
   •  ENG 3350 - The Novel II
   •  ENG 3370 - Writing for the Professional
   •  ENG 4000 - Theatre for School
   •  ENG 4010 - Reading Seminar in English
   •  ENG 4013 - Plays of Tennessee Williams
   •  ENG 4017 - Plays of Arthur Miller
   •  ENG 4020 - Reading Seminar in English
   •  ENG 4022 - Plays of Eugene O'Neill
   •  ENG 4070 - Contemporary Literature
   •  ENG 4080 - Modern British and American Poetry
   •  ENG 4090 - Literature for Young Adults
   •  ENG 4100 - Literature for Children
   •  ENG 4130 - Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 4160 - Development of the English Language
   •  ENG 4170 - Modern American Grammar
   •  ENG 4500 - Special Topics: English
   •  ENG 4513 - Plays of Henrik Ibsen
   •  ENG 4850/4860/4870/4880 - Internship
   •  ENG 4900 - English Capstone Seminar
   •  ENG 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Film Media Studies

Film Media Studies

   •  FMS 1010 - History of Cinema
   •  FMS 1020 - History of Cinema II
   •  FMS 2010 - The Art of Film
   •  FMS 2100 - Criminology & Film
   •  FMS 3010 - Film Criticism
   •  FMS 4010 - Special Topics in Film

Finance

   •  FIN 3010 - Principles of Finance
   •  FIN 3020 - Money and Banking
   •  FIN 3030 - Financial Management
   •  FIN 3040 - Corporate Finance
   •  FIN 4010 - Seminar in Finance

French

Foreign language courses provide practical experience in oral and written communication. They also engender an understanding and appreciation in the culture of another people as expressed through geography, history, social organization, literature and fine arts. Foreign language study also gives students an appreciation of their native tongue.

The study of a foreign language and culture prepares students to use skills and understanding in careers related to education, business, government, health care and social services. It also prepares them for graduate work.

Mount Saint Mary College offers introductory courses in French, German and Italian (see course descriptions) and a major and minor in Hispanic Studies (Spanish) (see Hispanic Studies  and course descriptions).

   •  FR 1010 - Basic French, I
   •  FR 1020 - Basic French II
   •  FR 1030 - Intermediate French I
   •  FR 1040 - Intermediate French II
   •  FR 1050 - Directed Readings in French I
   •  FR 1060 - Directed Readings in French II
   •  FR 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study
 

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