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Mount Saint Mary College    
 
    
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017

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.

 

 

Italian

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).

   •  ITA 1010 - Introduction to Italian I
   •  ITA 1020 - Introduction to Italian II

Mathematics

   •  MTH 0110 - Basic Mathematics
   •  MTH 0150 - Algebra
   •  MTH 1015 - Investigating Contemporary Issues Using Mathematics and Technology
   •  MTH 1200 - Excursions in Mathematics I
   •  MTH 1210 - Excursions in Mathematics II
   •  MTH 1400 - Elementary Functions
   •  MTH 1500 - Precalculus
   •  MTH 2050 - Mathematics for the Elementary School Teacher I
   •  MTH 2060 - Mathematics for the Elementary School Teacher II
   •  MTH 2070 - Elementary Statistics
   •  MTH 2250 - Introduction to Cryptology
   •  MTH 2300 - Introduction to Management Science
   •  MTH 2350 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MTH 2450 - Topics in Computer Mathematics
   •  MTH 2510 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
   •  MTH 2520 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
   •  MTH 2530 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
   •  MTH 2650 - Fundamentals of Mathematical Reasoning
   •  MTH 3010 - Probability and Mathematical Statistics
   •  MTH 3041 - Differential Equations
   •  MTH 3060 - Linear Algebra
   •  MTH 3070 - Numerical Analysis
   •  MTH 3120 - Number Theory
   •  MTH 3200 - Real Analysis
   •  MTH 4010 - Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers I
   •  MTH 4020 - Modern Geometry
   •  MTH 4030 - History of Mathematics
   •  MTH 4031 - Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers II
   •  MTH 4040 - Coordinating Seminar
   •  MTH 4050 - Modern Abstract Algebra
   •  MTH 4100 - Foundations of Mathematics
   •  MTH 4350 - Combinatorics
   •  MTH 4850/4860/4870/4880 - Mathematics Internships
   •  MTH 4910 - Special Topics in Mathematics
   •  MTH 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Mathematics, Science and Technology

   •  MST 2010 - Applied Math, Science and Technology I
   •  MST 2020 - Applied Math, Science and Technology II

Music

   •  MUS 1040 - Introduction to Music
   •  MUS 1650 - Voice Workshop I
   •  MUS 1660 - Voice Workshop II
   •  MUS 2100 - Music in the Classic Period
   •  MUS 2110 - Music in the Romantic Period
   •  MUS 2140 - American Music
   •  MUS 2150 - Literature of the Musical Theatre
   •  MUS 4010 - Special Topics in Music
   •  MUS 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Nursing

   •  NUR 1200 - The Developing Nursing Student
   •  NUR 2024 - Nursing Skills
   •  NUR 2044 - Nursing Physical Assessment
   •  NUR 2045 - Physical Assessment for RNs
   •  NUR 3001 - Foundations of Nursing Research
   •  NUR 3006 - Bridge to Foundations of Nursing Practice
   •  NUR 3007 - Registered Nursing Credits
   •  NUR 3013 - Adult Health Nursing I
   •  NUR 3022 - Adult Health Nursing II
   •  NUR 3030 - Pathophysiology For RN's
   •  NUR 3051 - Mental Health Nursing
   •  NUR 3150/3160/3170 - Selected Topics in Nursing
   •  NUR 3650 - Nursing Care of Older Adult
   •  NUR 3800 - Nursing Care of Families in Transition
   •  NUR 4020 - Community Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4022 - Community Health Nursing for RNs
   •  NUR 4052 - Complex Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4060 - Professional Nursing: Issues and Trends
   •  NUR 4061 - Professional Nursing: Issues and Trends
   •  NUR 4210 - Nursing Seminar I: Adult Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4212 - RN Seminar: Adult Care
   •  NUR 4220 - Nursing Seminar II: Maternal-Child Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4222 - RN Seminar: Maternal-Child Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4230 - Nursing Seminar III: Mental Health Alterations
   •  NUR 4233 - RN Seminar: Mental Health Nursing
   •  NUR 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Philosophy

   •  PHL 1020 - Logic
   •  PHL 1030 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHL 2030 - Social Philosophy
   •  PHL 2100 - General Ethics
   •  PHL 2440 - Modern Logic
   •  PHL 2970/2980/2990 - Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHL 3060 - Philosophy and Technology
   •  PHL 3070 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHL 3080 - Philosophy of Education
   •  PHL 3090 - Environmental Ethics
   •  PHL 3120 - Business Ethics
   •  PHL 3670 - Medical Ethics
   •  PHL 4050 - Philosophy Seminar
   •  PHL 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Physical Education

The role of the physical education program is to provide an instructional program in physical activity.

Physical education courses are offered as elective courses for all degree students. The maximum number of credits in physical education applicable toward the minimum 120-credit degree requirement is three credits. All courses are offered for 1, 2 or 3 credits during a traditional term with Pass/Fail grading.

   •  PED 1080 - Emergency Care and First Aid
   •  PED 1103 - Lifeguard Training
   •  PED 1160 - Beginning Yoga and Wellness
   •  PED 1161 - Intermediate Yoga and Wellness
   •  PED 1175 - Personal Conditioning
   •  PED 1179 - Strength Training
   •  PED 1182 - Volleyball/Soccer
   •  PED 1184 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
   •  PED 1211 - Martial Arts GoJu Karate
   •  PED 1273 - Heart BURN
   •  PED 4852 - Internship

Physics

   •  PHY 1010 - Introductory Physics I
 

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