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Mount Saint Mary College    
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [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.

 

 

English

   •  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

Geography

   •  GEO 1010 - Intro to Physical Geography
   •  GEO 1020 - Regional and Economic Geography of the World

German

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).

   •  GER 1010 - Elementary German I
   •  GER 1020 - Elementary German II

Health Education

   •  HLT 3010 - Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition
   •  HLT 3011 - Normal and Therapeutic nutrition for RNs
   •  HLT 3040 - Pharmacology
   •  HLT 3041 - Pharmacology For RN's
   •  HLT 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

History

   •  HIS 1010 - United States History I: 1492-1865
   •  HIS 1020 - United States History II:1865-Present
   •  HIS 1030 - World History I
   •  HIS 1040 - World History II
   •  HIS 1050 - History of Western Europe I
   •  HIS 1060 - History of Western Europe II
   •  HIS 3000 - Foundations to Historical Studies
   •  HIS 3150 - History of the American West
   •  HIS 3160 - Nationalism and Sectionalism
   •  HIS 3180 - The Emergence of Modern America: 1865-1920
   •  HIS 3190 - America in the Twentieth Century: 1920-Present
   •  HIS 3192 - History of Islam
   •  HIS 3210 - Enlightenment and Revolution: 1648-1815
   •  HIS 3230 - Renaissance and Reformation: 1400-1648
   •  HIS 3240 - Nineteenth-Century Europe: 1815-1914
   •  HIS 3250 - Twentieth-Century Europe: 1914-1999
   •  HIS 3260 - Colonial America
   •  HIS 3270 - The Americas Before Columbus
   •  HIS 3280 - Black History
   •  HIS 3290 - African Civilizations
   •  HIS 3330 - Cultural and Political History of Greece
   •  HIS 3340 - Riots and Disorder in America
   •  HIS 3360 - The History of Street Gangs
   •  HIS 3510 - The European Union
   •  HIS 4010 - History of New York State
   •  HIS 4020 - History of Latin America
   •  HIS 4021 - The History of Modern Russia
   •  HIS 4040 - History of Asia
   •  HIS 4050 - Modern East Asia
   •  HIS 4070 - Coordinating Seminar I
   •  HIS 4150 - American Foreign Relations: 19th Century
   •  HIS 4160 - American Foreign Relations - 20th Century
   •  HIS 4210 - History of the Modern Middle East
   •  HIS 4220 - Vietnam: A History
   •  HIS 4230 - Nazi Germany
   •  HIS 4270 - Modern American Legal History
   •  HIS 4400 - Topic: History of American Business
   •  HIS 4444 - World War I: Film, Fiction, and Fact
   •  HIS 4445 - Baseball and U.S. Social History: Film and Fact
   •  HIS 4601 - Frameworks of History
   •  HIS 4850/4860/4870/4880 - Internship in Historical Studies
   •  HIS 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Honors

   •  HON 1010 - College Writing
   •  HON 1020 - Forms of Literature
   •  HON 1030 - General Psychology
   •  HON 1040 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  HON 1050 - Logic
   •  HON 1300 - Introduction to World Religions
   •  HON 2010 - Honors Seminar
   •  HON 2020 - Honors Seminar
   •  HON 2030 - Honors Seminar
   •  HON 3010 - Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar
   •  HON 4010 - Honors Research

Human Services

   •  HSR 1030 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  HSR 2110 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
   •  HSR 2250 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment II
   •  HSR 2510 - Theory of Social Casework
   •  HSR 3010 - Foundations of Social Policy and Planning
   •  HSR 3050 - Ethics of Human Services
   •  HSR 3310 - Psychology of Death and Dying
   •  HSR 3640 - Poverty in the U.S.
   •  HSR 4110 - Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods
   •  HSR 4250 - Readings in Applied Social Research
   •  HSR 4329 - Psychology of Addictions Across The Lifespan
   •  HSR 4800 - Human Services Internship Seminar
   •  HSR 4850 - Human Services Internship
   •  HSR 4855 - Human Services Internship
   •  HSR 4910/4920 - Special Topics in Human Services
   •  HSR 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study
   •  SW 1030 - Introduction to Social Work
 

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