Undergraduate Bulletin 2013-2015
About Lehman College
History of Lehman College
Mission, Vision, and Values Statements
The City University of New York
College Accreditation and Affiliations
Schedule of Courses
School of Arts and Humanities
School of Education
School of Natural and Social Sciences
School of Adult and Professional Studies
Research Institutes and Community Resources
Bronx Data Center
The Bronx Institute
The Center for School/College Collaboratives
Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies
CUNY Institute for Health Equity
The Institute for Literacy Studies
The Institute for Irish American Studies
New York State Resident Tuition Rate
Admission to Undergraduate Degree Programs
The SEEK Program
Testing Requirements for Incoming Freshmen, Transfer Students, and Information Regarding CUNY Assessment Tests Exemptions
CUNY/SUNY Community College Graduates
Second Degree Students Transferring to Lehman
Prohibition on Submission of Fraudulent Admission Documents
Admission of Students Who May Pose a Risk to the College
Special Admission Categories
Applicants for the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Social Work
Applicants for The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Nursing
Readmission to Lehman College
International Student Admissions
Candidates for a Second Undergraduate Degree
College Now for High School Students
Immunization Registration Requirement
Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
Attendance/Academic Requirements for Recipients of Student Financial Aid
The City University of New York Policy on Withholding Student Records
New York State Programs (HESC)
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS)
Course Repeat Rule for New York State Financial Aid
Area of Concentration (Major)
Vietnam Veterans and Persian Gulf Veterans Tuition Award (VVTA and PGVTA)
Regents Awards for Children of Deceased of Disabled Veterans
New York State Aid to Native Americans
SEEK (Search For Education, Evaluation, and Knowledge
For TAP/APTS Purposes Only
Federal Pell Grant
Academic Competitive Grant
National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grants
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
Federal Direct Student Loan
Federal Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
Federal Perkins Loan Program
Federal Work/Study Program
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs Aid to Native Americans
Veterans Administration (VA) Educational Benefits
Scholarships and Awards
Tuition and Fees
Board of Trustees of the City University of New York Guidelines
Legal Residents of New York State
Out-of-State Residents, Including Foreign Students
Refunds of Fees
Refunds of Tuition
Title IV Refunds
Special Provisions for Students in the Military
Refund of Tuition and Fees to TAP and other Financial Aid Recipients
Courses with Credit Equivalent Hours
Estimated Other Expenses
Special Examination Fees
Campus Facilities and Resources
The Leonard Lief Library
Computer and Instructional Technology Facilities
The Language Laboratory
Advanced Imaging Labs
Instructional Support Services Program
New York Botanical Garden
Fine and Performing Arts Facilities
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Lehman College Art Gallery
Student Life Facilities and Programs / Services
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
The Office of Campus Life
The Office of Career Services
The Financial Aid Office
The Speech and Hearing Center
The Student Health Center
The Counseling Center
The Child Care Center
Student Disability Services
International Student Services
The Undergraduate General Education Curriculum
Pre 2013 General Education Program (Required Courses)
Distribution Courses (7 Courses, 21 Credits)
Integration Courses (2 Courses, 6 Credits)
College Writing Requirement (4 Course Sections)
2013 CUNY General Education Program (Pathways): Required Courses
Foundation Courses (6 Courses, 18-21 Credits)
Distribution Courses (6 Courses, 18-20 Credits)
College Writing Requirement
STEM Variant Courses
Special Curriculum Programs
Macaulay Honors College at Lehman
The Lehman Scholars Program
Adult Degree Program
Individualized Bachelor of Arts Program
Bachelor of Arts-Master of Arts (B.A.-M.A.) Program
Second Undergraduate Degree Program
CUNY Baccalaureate Program
Interdisciplinary and Interdepartmental Programs
Inventory of Undergraduate Program Names and Degrees as Registered with the State of New York
Professional and Preprofessional Programs
Predental, Premedical, and Preveterinary
Pre-Engineering Transfer Program
Teacher Education Programs
Undergraduate Teacher Certifications
Early Childhood (Birth-Grade 2), with or without Bilingual Extension Childhood (Grades 1-6), with or without Bilingual Extension
Middle and High School
Internship and Field Experience Opportunities
Programs of Study Abroad
Lehman Exchange Programs
Independent Extradisciplinary Studies
Experimental Course or Program
College Preparatory Initiative
Basic Skills Proficiency
CUNY Proficiency Exam
Program in English as a Second Language
Lower Division General Education Requirements (38-50 Credits)
General Education Courses
College Writing Requirement (3-6 Credits)
Foreign Language Requirement (3-9 Credits)
Natural Science Requirement (8-10 Credits)
Mathematics Requirement (3-4 Credits)
Distribution Requirement (21 Credits)
Writing-Intensive Course Requirements
Upper-Division Interdisciplinary General Education Requirement (6 Credits)
LEH 100: The Liberal Arts: Freshman Seminar.
LEH 300: Studies in the Humanities and the Social Sciences.
LEH 301: The American Experience.
LEH 351: Studies in Scientific and Applied Perspectives.
LEH 352: Studies in Literature.
LEH 353: Studies in the Arts.
LEH 354: Studies in Historical Studies.
LEH 355: Studies in Philosophy, Theory, and Abstract Thinking.
Majors and Minors
Major Field Requirement
Minor Requirement (12 Credits)
Academic Services and Policies
Academic Information and Advisement Center
Office of the Registrar
Teacher Education Services
Applying for Student Teaching
Examination Requirements for Initial Certification
Bilingual Education Assessments (BEA)
Applying for Teacher Certification
Election to Honor Societies
Phi Beta Kappa
Golden Key International Honor Society
Other Honor Societies
Credit and Course Loads
Withdrawal from Courses
Lehman College Credit for Attendance at Other Institutions
Credit by Examination
External Examination Programs (AP, CLEP, CPEP)
Credit by Departmental Examination
Graduate Courses for Undergraduate Credit
Undergraduate Grading Systems and Related Policies
Grading System I
Grading System II
Departmental Grade Appeals
Index Computation Formula
WU and F Grades Policy
Academic Departments and Programs
Course Offerings, Levels, and Codes
List of Alpha Codes
African and African American Studies
African and African American Studies, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Courses in African and African American Studies
AAS 166: Introduction to African and African-American Studies.
AAS 212: African Art.
AAS 213: African-American Art.
AAS 225: The Contemporary Urban Community.
AAS 226: Community Organization.
AAS (WST) 228: The African-American Family.
AAS 232: African Civilizations.
AAS (LAC) 235: Caribbean Societies.
AAS (THE) 238: African-American Theatre.
AAS (WST) 239: Black Women in American Society.
AAS (WST) 240: Women in African Society.
AAS (LAC) 241: Literature of the English and Francophone Caribbean.
AAS 242: African Literature.
AAS (HIS) 245: History of African Americans.
AAS (HIS) 248: African History.
AAS 266: Contemporary Black Music.
AAS 267: African-American Literature.
AAS 268: The Economics of Poverty.
AAS (PHI) 269: Introduction to African Philosophy.
AAS 303: Globalization and Africa.
AAS 304: Societies and Cultures of Africa.
AAS (PHI) 305: African Philosophical Thought.
AAS (LAC) 306: The Haitian-Dominican Border: Nation, State, and Race.
AAS 312: African-American Religious Movements in the United States.
AAS (HIU) 311: Black Nationalism.
AAS 313: The African-American Economy.
AAS 316: Introduction to Community Development and Planning.
AAS 317: African-Americans and The Law.
AAS 318: African-American Psychology.
AAS 320: Ancient Egypt (KMT).
MMS (AAS) 321: African-Americans in Cinema.
AAS 322: The City in Africa.
AAS (HIW) 323: History of Africa to 1800.
AAS 324: History of African-American Education.
AAS (MMS) 326: Africa in Cinema.
AAS (HIW) 327: History of Africa 1800 to the Present.
AAS (HIU) 330: The Civil Rights Movement.
AAS (MMJ) 332: The African-American Media.
AAS (LAC) 334: The Musical Experience of Caribbean Cultures and Societies.
AAS (LAC) 335: The Caribbean in World Politics.
AAS (PHI)(SOC) 338: Race and Ethnicity in Society.
AAS (LNG) 339: African Languages.
AAS (HIU)(WST) 340: History of African-American Women.
AAS (POL) 342: African-Americans in the Political System.
AAS 343: African-American Women Writers.
AAS (WST) 344: African Women Writers.
AAS 345: African-American Poetry.
AAS 346: African-American Autobiography.
AAS (WST) 347: Black Feminism.
AAS 348: Literatures of Africa and the African Diaspora.
AAS (HIU) 349: The Harlem Renaissance.
AAS (HIW) 351: Topics in African History, Politics, and Society.
AAS (HIU) 352: Topics in African-American History and Culture.
AAS (HIW) 353: Topics in Caribbean History, Politics, and Society.
AAS 381: Individual Tutorial Project in African and African-American Studies.
AAS 390: Research Methods.
AAS (LAC) 400: Seminar: Slavery in the New World.
AAS 451: Seminar in African History, Politics, and Society.
AAS 470: Fieldwork in the African-American Community.
AAS 475: Fieldwork in Africa.
AAS 481: Honors Project.
Courses in Swahili Language and Literature
SWA 101: Elementary Swahili I.
SWA 102: Elementary Swahili II.
SWA 201: Intermediate Swahili I.
*SWA 202: Intermediate Swahili II.
*SWA 345: Swahili Literature I.
*SWA 346: Swahili Literature II.
Courses in Yoruba Language and Literature
YOR 101: Elementary Yoruba I.
YOR 102: Elementary Yoruba II.
*YOR 201: Intermediate Yoruba.
*YOR 345: Yoruba Oral Literature.
*YOR 346: Modern Yoruba Literature.
African and African American Sequences
Aging (Interdisciplinary Minor)
American Studies, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Honors in American Studies
Courses in American Studies
AMS 111: American Culture—Value and Traditions.
*AMS 211: American Studies Methods and Materials.
AMS 360: Special Topics in American Studies.
AMS 361: Contributions to American Studies.
*AMS 460: American Studies Seminar.
*AMS 485: Independent Study.
Courses in Anthropology
ANT 120: Human Evolutionary Biology.
*ANT 142: Images of Culture.
ANT 171: Introduction to Human Evolution.
ANT (WST) 206: Anthropological Perspectives on Women and Men.
ANT (WST)(LAC) 210: Women in Latin America.
ANT 211: Cultural Anthropology.
ANT 212: Ancient Peoples and Cultures.
ANT 228 (LNG 228): Language and Culture.
ANT 230, (MES) 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, and (LAC) 238: Selected Studies in Societies and Cultures.
231: Middle East
235: Native North America
236: Southeast Asia
237: East Asia
ANT 239: Peoples and Cultures of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India.
ANT 240: Emergence of Ancient Civilizations.
ANT 250 (IAS 250): The Italian-American Community.
ANT 251: Peoples and Cultures of [geographic area to be determined].
ANT 269: Introduction to Human Variation.
ANT 300: Human Variation.
ANT 301: Human Origins.
ANT 302: Primate Behavior and Ecology.
ANT 303: Human Osteology.
ANT 305: Forensic Anthropology.
ANT 306: Survey of Forensic Science.
ANT 307: The Anthropology of Growth.
ANT 309: Human Genetics.
ANT 310: Evolution of the Primates.
*ANT 311: The Archaeology of Europe.
*ANT 312: African Archaeology.
ANT 313: Archaeology of Asia.
ANT 314: Archaeology of the Near East.
*ANT 316: Early Societies and Cultures of North America.
ANT (LAC) 317: Early Civilization of South America and the Caribbean.
ANT (LAC) 318: Early Civilizations of Mexico and Central America.
*ANT 319: The Archaeology of Southwestern North America.
*ANT 320: Anthropological Theory and Method I.
*ANT 321: Anthropological Theory and Method II.
*ANT 322: Analyzing Anthropological Data Quantitatively.
ANT 323: Methods and Philosophies in Paleoanthropology.
ANT 324: Anthropology and the Museum.
*ANT 325: Method and Theory in Archaeology.
ANT (LNG) 326: Anthropological Linguistics.
*ANT 327: Field Techniques in Anthropological Linguistics.
ANT 330: Dynamics of Culture Change in a Global Context.
ANT 331: Prehistoric and Contemporary Subsistence Systems.
ANT 332: Kinship, Marriage, and the Family.
ANT 334: Mind and Culture.
ANT 335: Folklore and Oral Traditions.
ANT 336: Music and Culture.
*ANT 337: Inequality in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
ANT 338: Religion: An Anthropological Perspective.
ANT 339: Anthropology of Complex Societies.
ANT 340: Anthropology and Education.
ANT 341: Medical Anthropology.
ANT 342: Anthropology of Cities.
ANT 343: Economic Anthropology.
ANT 344: The Anthropology of Politics and Law.
ANT 345: Seminar in Field Methods.
ANT (ARH) 346: North American Indian Art.
ANT (LAC) 347: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America and the Caribbean.
ANT 348: The Ecology and Politics of Hunger.
ANT (MMS) 351: The Anthropology of Media.
ANT 356: Advanced Ethnology.
ANT 360: Humans and the Environment.
ANT 370: Excavation of the Lehman College Site.
*ANT 371: Field and Laboratory Research in Archaeology.
ANT 450: Seminar in Selected Problems of Cultural Anthropology.
ANT 451: Seminar in Selected Problems of Archaeology.
ANT 452: Advanced Seminar in Anthropology.
ANT 454: Seminar in Selected Problems of Physical Anthropology.
ANT 489: Independent Research in Anthropology.
Curriculum at a Glance
Anthropology, B.A. (34-35 Credit Major)
Anthropology (Physical), Biology, and Chemistry, B.S. (60-Credit Major)
Anthropology / Biology / Chemistry
Anthropology (Physical), Biology, and Chemistry, B.S. (60 Credit Major)
Interdepartmental Concentration in Anthropology: Courses Acceptable for Elective Credit
Art, B.F.A. (60 Credit Major)
Art, B.A., with a Specialization in Studio Art (42 Credit Major)
Computer Graphics and Imaging, B.S. (58 Credit Major)
Art, B.A., with a Specialization in Art History (30 Credit Major)
Courses in Studio Art
ART 100: Basic Drawing.
ART 101: Introduction to Two-Dimensional Design.
ART 102: Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design.
ART 103: Introduction to Printmaking.
ART 105: Introduction to Painting.
ART 106: Introduction to Sculpture.
ART 107: Ceramics I.
ART 108: Introduction to Photography.
ART 109: Observation and the Visual Experience.
ART 110: Elements of Visual Communication.
ART 112: Introduction to Digital Imaging.
ART 200: Drawing.
ART 201: Life Drawing.
ART 202: Design.
ART 203: Printmaking Workshop.
ART 204: Watercolor.
ART 205: Painting.
ART 206: Sculpture.
ART 207: Ceramics II.
ART 208: Photography.
ART 209: Relativity of Color.
ART 212: Two-Dimensional Design for Digital Media.
ART (CGI) 221: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web I.
ART (CGI) 222: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web II.
ART 226: Mechanical Drawing.
ART 300: Advanced Drawing.
ART 301: Advanced Life Drawing.
ART 302: Advanced Design.
ART 303: Advanced Printmaking Workshop.
ART 304: Advanced Watercolor.
ART 305: Advanced Painting.
ART 306: Advanced Sculpture.
ART 307: Ceramics III.
ART 308: Advanced Black-and-White Photography.
ART 310: Portraiture in Painting.
ART 312: Advanced Two-Dimensional Design for Digital Media.
ART 317: Advanced Ceramic Techniques.
ART 318: The Fine Print.
ART (CGI) 321: Computer Modeling and Design I.
ART (CGI) 322: Evolving Techniques in Digital Photography.
ART 323: Drawing For Animation.
ART (CGI) 325: Digital Multimedia.
ART 327: Ceramic Sculpture.
ART 328: Studio Photography.
ART 350: Variable Topics in Studio Art.
ART 355: Seminar in Contemporary Art.
ART 358: Field Methods in Photography: Variable Topics.
ART (CGI) 421: Computer Animation I.
ART (CGI) 422: Three Dimensional Interactive Design.
ART (CGI) 441: Broadcast Design.
ART (CGI) 451: Topics in Computer Imaging.
ART (CGI) 480: Senior Project.
ART (CGI) 481: Independent Study in Computer Imaging.
ART 486: Independent Study.
ART 487: Internship in Art.
ART 494: Professional Experience in Fine and Applied Arts I.
ART 496: Professional Experience in Fine and Applied Arts II.
Courses in Art History
ARH 135: Introduction to the History of Asian Art—Islamic, Buddhist, and Hindu Cultures.
ARH 137: Introduction to the History of Non-Western Art.
*ARH 139: Introduction to the History of European Art from Antiquity through the Eighteenth Century.
ARH 141: Introduction to the History of Modern Art of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Europe and the United States.
ARH (LAC) 143: Introduction to the History of Latin American Art.
ARH 167: Tradition and Innovation in the Art of the West.
ARH 312: Art in the United States from Colonial Times to the Civil War.
ARH 314: Art in the United States from the Civil War to the Present.
ARH 320: Art and Revolution in the West; Neo-classicism, Romanticism, and Realism.
ARH 325: Art as a Human Value.
ARH 326: Contemporary Art.
ARH 327: Modern Painting.
ARH 328: Modern Sculpture.
*ARH 329: Modern Architecture.
ARH 330: Greek and Roman Art.
ARH 331: Art of Medieval Europe.
ARH 332: Art of the Early Renaissance.
ARH 333: Art of the High Renaissance and the Later Sixteenth Century.
ARH 334: Baroque Art.
ARH 335: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.
ARH 336: Egyptian and Near Eastern Art.
*ARH 337: The Splendor of Persia.
ARH (MES) 338: Islamic Art.
ARH 340: Art of China.
ARH 341: Art of Japan.
ARH 342: Art of India and Southeast Asia.
ARH (LAC) 343: Pre-Columbian Art.
ARH 344: Art of Africa.
ARH 345: Art of the South Pacific.
ARH (ANT) 346: North American Indian Art.
ARH 347: Non-Western Impact on Western Art.
ARH 348: The History of Photography.
ARH 350: Special Topics in Art History.
ARH 451: Seminar.
ARH 477: Internship in Art History.
ARH 489: Research in Art History.
Anthropology (Physical), Biology, and Chemistry B.S. (60 Credit Interdisciplinary Major)
Minor in Biology
Individualized B.A. in Plant Studies
Biology I, B.A. (70 Credit Major)
Biology II, B.A. (53 Credit Major)
Dual Degree: B.A./M.S. in Biology
Courses in Biological Sciences
BIO 166: Principles of Biology: Cells and Genes.
BIO 167: Principles of Biology: Organisms.
BIO 173: Human Biology of Systems.
BIO 181: Anatomy and Physiology I.
BIO 182: Anatomy and Physiology II.
BIO 183: Human Biology.
BIO 184: Plants and People.
BIO 226: Human Physiology.
BIO 227: Mammalian Histology.
BIO 228: Mammalian Physiology.
BIO 230: Microbiology.
BIO 238: Genetics.
BIO 240: Biostatistics.
BIO 241: Evolution, Species, and Biogeography.
BIO 242: Flowering Plants.
BIO 244: Growth and Development of Lower Plants.
BIO 246: Growth and Development of Higher Plants.
BIO 266: Invertebrate Zoology.
BIO 267: Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates.
BIO 268: Vertebrate Embryology.
BIO 269: The Biology of Insects.
BIO 270: Invertebrate Zoology.
BIO 271: Invertebrate Zoology Laboratory.
BIO (GEP) 302: Biogeography.
BIO 303: Molecular Genetics.
BIO 310: Parasitology.
BIO 312: Parasitology Laboratory.
BIO 330: Plant Physiology.
BIO 331: Experimental Microbiology.
BIO (GEO) 332: Advanced Oceanography.
BIO 333: Endocrine Physiology.
BIO 335: Marine Biology.
BIO 336: Marine Biology Lectures.
BIO 337: Marine Biology Laboratory.
BIO 338: Genetics of Man.
BIO 339: Ecology.
BIO 340: Human Body and Brain.
BIO 341: Human Body and Brain Laboratory.
BIO 400: Biological Chemistry.
BIO 401: Biological Systematics.
BIO 404: Plant Biochemistry.
BIO 406: Biochemistry of Differentiation.
BIO 410: Cell Physiology and Biochemistry.
BIO 420: Molecular Biology.
BIO 424: Ichthyology.
BIO 425: Ichthyology.
BIO 426: Ichthyology Laboratory.
BIO 431: Comparative Animal Physiology.
BIO 432: Biological Fine Structure.
BIO 433: Techniques in Electron Microscopy.
BIO 435: Neurophysiology.
BIO 436: Neurophysiology Laboratory.
BIO 450: Biology Seminar.
BIO 465: Microbial Physiology and Genetics.
*BIO (GEO) 470: Oceanographic Research Cruise.
BIO 489: Introduction to Experimental Biology.
BIO 490: Honors in Biological Sciences.
Special Program in Plant Sciences in Conjunction with the New York Botanical Garden
Courses in Botany
BBG 111: Basic Botany.
BBG 112: Plant Form and Function.
BBG 113: Physiology of Plants.
BBG 114: Ecology.
BBG 115: Field Botany.
BBG 116: Field Botany.
BBG 117: Evolutionary Biology.
BBG 118: General Genetics.
BBG 119: Paleobotany.
BBG 120: Morphology of Flowering Plants.
BBG 121: Systematic Botany.
Business and Liberal Arts
Minor in Business for Liberal Arts Majors
Chemistry, B.A. (54-59 Credit Major)
Anthropology (Physical), Biology and Chemistry B.S. (60 Credit Interdisciplinary Major)
Chemistry, B.S. (76-77 Credit Major)
Chemistry, B.S., with a Specialization in Biochemistry (81 Credit Major)
Preparation for Teaching
Requirements for a Chemistry Minor
Courses in Chemistry
CHE 001: Preparation for General Chemistry.
**CHE 104: Introductory Chemistry I.
**CHE 105: Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I.
**CHE 106: Introductory Chemistry II.
**CHE 107: Introductory Chemistry Laboratory II.
**CHE 114: Essentials of General Chemistry—Lecture.
**CHE 115: Essentials of General Chemistry—Laboratory.
**CHE 120: Essentials of Organic Chemistry Lecture I.
**CHE 121: Essentials of Organic Chemistry Laboratory II.
CHE 136: Elements of Chemistry.
CHE 137: Elements of Chemistry I.
CHE 138: Elements of Chemistry II.
**CHE 166: General Chemistry I.
**CHE 167: General Chemistry Laboratory I.
**CHE 168: General Chemistry II.
**CHE 169: General Chemistry Laboratory II.
CHE 209: Clinical Chemistry.
**CHE 232: Organic Chemistry Lecture I.
**CHE 233: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I.
**CHE 234: Organic Chemistry Lecture II.
**CHE 235: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II.
CHE 244: Introduction to Biochemistry.
CHE 245: Biochemistry Laboratory.
CHE 249: Quantitative Analysis.
CHE 266: Introduction to Forensic Science.
CHE 320: Medicinal Chemistry.
CHE 327: Structure Determination and Organic Analysis.
CHE 332: Introductory Physical Chemistry I.
CHE 334: Introductory Physical Chemistry II.
CHE 335: Introductory Physical Chemistry of Biosystems Laboratory.
CHE 342: Physical Chemistry Lecture I.
CHE 344: Physical Chemistry Lecture II.
CHE 345: Physical Chemistry Laboratory I.
CHE 347: Physical Chemistry Laboratory II.
CHE 391: Chemical Investigations.
CHE 440: Quantum Chemistry.
CHE 442: Inorganic Chemistry.
CHE 443: Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory.
CHE 444: Biochemistry I.
CHE 446: Biochemistry II.
CHE 447: Biochemistry Laboratory.
CHE 448: Advanced Organic Chemistry: Lecture.
CHE 449: Instrumental Analysis.
CHE 450: Chemistry Seminar.
CHE 451: Advanced Laboratory Techniques.
CHE 454, 456, 458, 460, 462, and 464: Advanced Topics in Chemistry.
454: Studies in Analytical Chemistry
456: Studies in Biochemistry
458: Studies in Inorganic Chemistry
460: Studies in Organic Chemistry
462: Studies in Physical Chemistry
464: Intradisciplinary Studies
CHE 491: Chemical Research.
The City and the Humanities
Minor in the Humanities
Courses in The City and the Humanities
HUM 135: Introduction to the Performing Arts.
HUM 150: The City and the Humanities I.
HUM 155: The City and the Humanities II.
HUM 211: The Humanities: An Introduction.
HUM 235: Opera as Literature.
HUM 250: The City and the Theatre.
HUM 255: Foundations in The City and the Humanities.
HUM 355: Selected Topics in The City and the Humanities.
HUM 356: Interdisciplinary Topics in The City and the Humanities.
HUM 450: Selected Problems in the Humanities.
HUM 470: Humanities Internship.
HUM 481: Advanced Individual Tutorial Project in The City and the Humanities.
Classical Civilization and the Classical Tradition (Interdisciplinary Minor)
Comparative Literature (Interdepartmental)
Curricular Program and Design
Comparative Literature, B.A. (30-31 Credit Major)
Requirements for the Minor in Comparative Literature (12 Credits)
Honors in Comparative Literature
Courses in Comparative Literature
CLT 360: Variable Topics in Comparative Literature.
CLT 481: Honors Tutorial.
Cooperative Education Program
Courses in Cooperative Education
*CED 105: Introduction to Cooperative Education and Career Development.
*CED 270: Social Processes in the Work Environment.
*CED 355: Academic Perspectives on the World of Work.
Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education
Courses in Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education
*EDS 390: Introduction to Special Education.
*ESS 314: Fundamentals of Classroom Group Dynamics.
*ESS 350: Curriculum and Methods in Special Education.
*ESS 376-377: Fieldwork in Special Education Services I and II.
*ESS 401: Learning Disorders: A Developmental View.
*ESS 402: Diagnosis of Learning Disorders.
*ESS 403: Behavioral Approaches to Children's Emotional Problems.
*ESS 424: Principles and Practices of Educational Guidance.
*ESS 425: Principles and Practices of Vocational Guidance in the Elementary and Secondary Schools.
*ESS 429: Education and Mass Media.
*ESS 433: Workshop in Instructional Materials and Equipment.
*ESS 485-486: Independent Study in Special Education Services I and II.
*ESS 490: Honors Course in Research in Special Educational Services.
Courses in General Family and Consumer Studies Education
*FCS 102: Clothing I.
*FCS 120: Historic Costume.
*FCS 121: Clothing in Twentieth-Century Society.
*FCS 124: Family Clothing.
*FCS 125: Textiles I.
*FCS 126: Interior Decoration and Design.
*FCS 161: Orientation to Family and Consumer Studies.
*FCS (WST) 180: Modern Housing.
*FCS 202: Clothing II.
*FCS 219: Consumer Problems in Housing.
*FCS 227: Textiles II.
*FCS 228: Textile Design.
*FCS 229: Weaving I.
*FCS 271: Child Development.
*FCS 301: Demonstration Materials and Techniques.
*FCS 302: Special Problems in Clothing Design.
FCS 307 (WST 317): Family Relationships.
*FCS 314: Household Equipment.
*FCS 315: Home and Cooperative Ownership and Tenancy.
*FCS 316: Home Management.
*FCS 317: Consumption Behavior.
*FCS 318: Management of Housing for the Elderly.
*FCS 370: Field Study in Clothing and Textiles.
*FCS (WST) 372: Family Relationships: Field Study and Seminar.
*FCS 374: Consumer Advocacy.
*FCS 403: Introduction to Counseling for Family Living.
*FCS 449: Housing Management and Maintenance.
*FCS 452: Current Problems in Family and Consumer Studies.
*FCS 453: Trends in Family and Consumer Studies.
*FCS 472: Field Study in Housing Management.
*FCS 473: Problems in Home Management.
*FCS 485: Independent Study in Family and Consumer Studies.
*FCS 489: Seminar in Housing Management.
*FCS 492: Honors in Family and Consumer Studies.
*FCS 493: Special Projects in Family and Consumer Studies.
General Family and Consumer Studies Education: Areas of Study
Housing, Family Economics, and Consumer Studies
Clothing, Textiles, and Related Arts
Family Relations and Child Development
Disability Studies (Interdisciplinary Minor)
Courses in Disability Studies
DST 200: Introduction to Disability Studies
DST (SOC) 333: Sociology of Disability
DST (PHI) 336: Disability, Ethics, and the Body
DST 365: Special Topics in Disability Studies
Early Childhood and Childhood Education
The Certification Sequences
Requirements for Professional Coursework
Requirements for Professional Practice
The Early Childhood Certification Sequences (Birth to Grade 2)
Early Childhood Certification Sequence—Integrated Bilingual Extension (Birth to Grade 2)
Childhood Certification Sequence (Grades 1 to 6)
Childhood—Integrated Bilingual Extension (Grades 1 to 6)
Courses in Early Childhood Education
ECE 300: Education in Historical, Political, and Sociocultural Contexts—Birth to Grade 6.
ECE 301: The Child in Context: Child Study and Development—Birth to Grade 6.
ECE 302: Children, Families, Communities, and Schools in Sociocultural Contexts—Birth to Grade 6.
ECE 311: The Teaching Profession—Birth to Grade 6.
ECE 350: Special Studies in Elementary Education.
*ECE 402: Teaching History and Social Studies in the Elementary School (N-VI).
*ECE 403: Teaching Science in the Elementary School (N-VI).
*ECE 404: Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School (N-VI).
*ECE 405: Art in Elementary School (N-VI).
ECE 414: Methods and Materials in Early Childhood I.
ECE 415: Methods and Materials in Early Childhood II.
*ECE 416: Methods of Teaching Reading in the Primary Grades (N-III).
*ECE 419: Planning Pre-Kindergarten Programs and Kindergarten.
*ECE 420: Methods of Teaching Reading in the Middle Grades (IV-VI).
ECE 427: Teaching of English as a Second Language (N-VI).
*ECE 429: Introduction to Parent/Teacher/Child Relationships in Early Childhood Settings.
ECE 430: Literacy and Social Studies in Early Childhood Bilingual Education—Birth to Grade 2.
ECE 431: Literacy and Social Studies in Early Childhood Education—Birth to Grade 2.
ECE 432: Mathematics and Art in Early Childhood Education—Birth to Grade 2.
ECE 433 Science and Music in Early Childhood Education—Birth to Grade 2.
ECE 434: (3 credits, 3 hours).
*ECE 444: Music in the Elementary School (N-VI).
*ECE 445: Physical Education in the Elementary School (N-VI).
ECE 481: Supervised Student Teaching—Pre-K to Grade 2.
ECE 482: Supervised Student Teaching in Bilingual Settings—Pre K-Grade 2.
ECE 483: Student Teaching Seminar.
ECE 3030: Bilingualism for Classroom Teachers, Birth to Grade Six.
Courses in Childhood Education
DEC 430: Social Studies and Literacy in Bilingual Childhood Settings—Grades 1-6.
DEC 431: Literacy and the Social Studies in Childhood Settings—Grades 1-6.
DEC 432: Mathematics and Art in Childhood Settings—Grades 1-6.
DEC 433: Science and Music in Childhood Settings—Grades 1-6.
DEC 481: Supervised Student Teaching—Grades 1-6.
DEC 482: Supervised Student Teaching in Bilingual Settings—Grades 1-6.
DEC 483: Student Teaching Seminar for Childhood Education.
Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences
Earth Science, B.A. (28-29 Credit Major)
Minor in Earth Science (16 credits)
Geography, B.A. (28 Credit Major)
Certificate Program in Geographic Information Science (GISc)
Interdisciplinary Program in Environmental Science, B.S.
Minor in Environmental Science
Minor in Geographic Information Science
Courses in Environmental Science
ENV 210: Introduction to Environmental Science.
ENV 211: Introduction to Environmental Sciences Laboratory.
ENV (GEH) 235: Conservation of the Environment.
ENV 255: Regional Topics and Field Methods in Environmental Sciences.
ENV 270: Environmental Pollution.
ENV 326: Environmental Policy.
ENV 330: Environmental Impact Assessment.
ENV 420: Natural Resource Management: Senior Seminar.
Courses in Geology
GEO 100: Marine Science.
GEO 101: Dynamic Earth.
GEO 102: Dynamic Earth Laboratory.
GEO 166: Processes of Global Change.
GEO 167: Earth Evolution.
GEO 168: Earth Evolution Laboratory.
GEO (GEP) 229: Weather and Climate Laboratory.
GEO 231: Principles of Geomorphology.
GEO 236: Environmental Geology.
GEO 242: Introductory Paleontology.
GEO 244: Mineralogy.
GEO 245: Earth Materials.
GEO 301: Earth Science for Educators.
GEO 303: Stratigraphy and Sedimentology.
*GEO (BIO) 332: Advanced Oceanography.
*GEO 333: Petrology.
GEO 340 Natural Hazards and Disasters: A Multidisciplinary Approach.
GEO 341: Natural Hazards and Disasters Laboratory.
*GEO 342: Micropaleontology.
*GEO 344: Optical Mineralogy.
GEO 345: Environmental Hydrology.
GEO 348: Structural Geology.
GEO 375: Field Problems in Geology.
*GEO 401: X-ray Crystallography.
GEO 410: Environmental Biogeochemistry.
*GEO 426: Advanced Sedimentology.
GEO 448: Plate Tectonics.
GEO 450: Seminar.
*GEO (BIO) 470: Summer Oceanographic Research Cruise.
GEO 490: Honors in Geology.
Courses in Physical Geography
GEP 199: Cartography and Graphic Presentation I.
GEP 204: Basic Mapping: Applications and Analysis.
GEP 205: Principles of Geographic Information Science.
GEP 226: Physical Geography.
*GEP 227: Interpretation of Aerial Photography.
GEP (GEO) 228: Weather and Climate.
GEP (GEO) 229: Weather and Climate Laboratory.
GEP 230: Urban Environmental Management.
*GEP 299: Cartography and Graphic Presentation II.
GEP (BIO) 302: Biogeography.
GEP 310: Geography of Urban Health.
GEP 321: Introduction to Remote Sensing.
GEP 350: Special Projects in Geographic Information Systems.
GEP 360: Geovisualization and Analytic Cartography.
GEP 3060: Raster Applications.
GEP 470: Seminar and Internship Program in Geography.
Courses in Human Geography
GEH 101: An Introduction to Geography.
GEH 102: World Regional Geography.
GEH 111: Geography of Business and Marketing.
GEH 230: Human Geography.
GEH 232: Medical Geography.
GEH (ENV) 235: Conservation of the Environment.
GEH 240: Urban Geography.
*GEH 242: Economic Geography.
GEH 245: Introduction to Quantitative Methods of Geography.
GEH 266: Geography of Development.
GEH 267: The New York Metropolitan Region.
*GEH 270: Field Geography.
*GEH 275: Field Geography of New York City and Vicinity.
GEH 281: Geography of the United States and Canada.
*GEH 283: Geography of Western Europe.
GEH 285, 287, 289, and 291: Regional Geography of Selected Areas.
289: Latin America (LAC 289)
291: Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Republics
*GEH 293: Geography of New York State.
GEH (MES) 295: Middle East: A Regional Geographic Perspective.
*GEH 315: Historical Geography.
GEH 320: Population Geography.
*GEH 325: Political Geography.
*GEH 330: The History of Geographic Thought.
*GEH 335: Problems in Human Ecology.
*GEH 340: Advanced Urban Geography.
GEH 490: Honors in Geography.
Economics and Business
Economics, B.A. (34 Credit Major)
Minor in Economics
Accounting, B.A. (42 Credit Major)
Accounting, B.S. (63 Credit Major)
Minor in Accounting
Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A. (46 Credits)
Minor in Business Practice
Minor in Management
Courses in Economics
ECO 166: Introduction to Macroeconomics.
ECO 167: Introduction to Microeconomics.
ECO 300: Intermediate Macroeconomics.
ECO 301: Intermediate Microeconomics.
ECO 302: Economic Statistics.
ECO 306: Money and Banking.
ECO 311: Public Economics.
ECO 313: Economics of Aging.
ECO 314: Urban Economics.
ECO 316: Economics of Inequality.
ECO 320: History of Economic Thought.
ECO 321: History of American Economic and Social Development.
ECO 322: Economic History of Developing Countries.
ECO (LAC) 323: Economic Development in Latin America.
ECO 331: Industrial Organization.
ECO 338: Law and Economics.
ECO 385: Independent Study in Economics.
ECO 401: Introduction to Mathematical Economics.
ECO 402: Econometrics.
ECO 450: Economics Seminar.
ECO 490: Honors Project in Economics.
Courses in Accounting
ACC 171: Principles of Accounting I.
ACC 185: Introduction to Accounting for Non-Accounting Majors.
ACC 272: Principles of Accounting II.
ACC 334: Intermediate Accounting I.
ACC 335: Intermediate Accounting II.
ACC 342: Advanced Accounting.
ACC 343: Analysis of Financial Statements.
ACC 348: Computer-Based Accounting.
ACC 385: Independent Study in Accounting.
ACC 439: Cost Accounting I.
ACC 440: Cost Accounting II.
ACC 441: Auditing.
ACC 442: Introduction to Federal Taxation.
ACC 444: Advanced Accounting Problems.
ACC 445: Forensic Accounting.
ACC 446: Nonprofit and International Accounting.
ACC 447: Financial Accounting Theory.
ACC 449: Advanced Tax Problems.
ACC 490: Honors Project in Accounting.
Courses in Business Administration
BBA 168: Macroeconomic Foundations of Business.
BBA 169: Microeconomic Foundations of Business.
BBA 204: Principles of Management.
BBA 207: Principles of Finance.
BBA 303: Business Statistics I.
BBA 305: Consumer Economics.
BBA 308: Corporation Finance.
BBA 310: Security and Investment Analysis.
BBA 324: International Economics.
BBA 326: Labor Economics.
BBA 327: Organizational Behavior and Development.
BBA 328: Human Resource Management.
BBA 329: Union-Employer Relations.
BBA 332: Marketing Management.
BBA 333: E-Business.
BBA 336: Business Law I.
BBA 337: Business Law II.
BBA 339: Commercial Transactions.
BBA 340: Internet Law.
BBA 345: Introduction to Hospitality Management.
BBA 346: Strategic Hospitality Management.
BBA 367: Consumer Behavior.
BBA 385: Independent Study in Business Administration.
BBA 403: Business Statistics II.
BBA 405: Management Decision Making.
BBA 407: Strategic Management.
BBA 431: Managerial Economics.
BBA 432: International Business Management.
BBA 433: Global Marketing.
BBA 467: Marketing Research.
BBA 490: Honors Project in Business Administration.
English, B.A. (31-41 Credit Major)
Early Childhood and Childhood Education Specialization/English Certification Sequence (31 credits)
English Honors Program (EHP)
Minor in English
Basic and Intermediate Courses in English Language and Literature
ENG 110: Principles of Effective Writing I.
ENG 111: English Composition I.
ENG 120: Principles of Effective Writing II.
ENG 121: English Composition II.
ENG 135: The Experience of Literature.
ENG 222: Literary Genres.
ENG 223: English Literature.
ENG 226: Shakespeare.
ENG 227: American Literature.
ENG 229: Contemporary Urban Writers.
ENG (WST) 234: Women in Literature.
ENG 260: Multicultural American Literatures.
ENG 264-265: Special Topics in Literature.
ENG 300: Introduction to Literary Study.
ENG 301: English Literature I—Origins through Early Modern.
ENG 302: English Literature II—Restoration through Revolutions.
ENG 303: English Literature III—Romantic through Modern.
ENG 304: The Structure of Modern English.
ENG 305: History of the English Language.
ENG 307: The Novel.
ENG 308: American Literature.
ENG 311: Chaucer.
ENG 312: Shakespeare.
ENG 314: Milton.
ENG 319: The Romantic Era.
ENG 321: Early American Literature.
ENG 322: Modernism.
ENG 328: Poetry.
ENG 330: Fiction.
ENG 334: Drama.
ENG 335: Critical Approaches to Children's Literature.
ENG 336: Critical Approaches to Adolescent Literature.
ENG 337: Irish Literature.
ENG 338: Postcolonial Literatures
ENG 339: Latino/Latina Literatures in English.
ENG 355: Special Topics in Literature I.
ENG 356: Special Topics in Literature II.
Advanced Courses in World Literature
ENG 340: African and African-American Literature.
ENG 341: Asian and Asian-American Literature.
ENG 342: Film Studies.
ENG 343: Urban Literature.
ENG (WST) 344: Women Writers in English.
ENG (WST) 345: Topics in Gender and Sexuality.
ENG 346: The Bible as Literature.
ENG 347: Western Traditions—Narrative.
ENG 348: Western Traditions—Drama.
ENG 349: Eastern Traditions.
ENG (ENW) 482: Honors Colloquium.
English Tutorials, Seminars, and Honors Work
ENG 350: Senior Seminar.
ENG 381: Individual Tutorial in Literature.
ENG 460: Honors Seminar—Special Topics.
ENG 463: Seminar in Literature—Theory and Criticism.
ENG (ENW) 481: Honors Tutorial in Literature.
Intermediate Courses in Creative and Professional Writing
ENW 201: Advanced Expository Writing.
ENW 210: Introduction to Creative Writing—Fiction, Poetry, and Playwriting.
Advanced Courses in Creative and Professional Writing
ENW 210: Introduction to Creative Writing - Fiction, Poetry, and Playwriting.
ENW 217: Editing and Proofreading.
ENW 300: Business Writing.
ENW 301: Poetry Writing.
ENW 302: Fiction Writing.
ENW 303: Creative Nonfiction Writing.
ENW 304: Writing for the Humanities Workplace.
ENW 305: Professional Writing.
ENW 306: Peer Tutoring.
ENW (THE) 308: Playwriting.
ENW (THE) (MMS) 309: Screenwriting.
ENW 311: Advanced Poetry Writing I.
ENW 312: Advanced Fiction Writing I.
ENW 323: Biography and Memoir Writing.
ENW 324: The Literary Essay.
ENW 325: Culture, Criticism, and Publication.
ENW 328: Advanced Poetry Writing II.
ENW 329: Advanced Fiction Writing II.
ENW 330 (THE) 408: Advanced Playwriting Workshop.
ENW (MMS) 333: Public Relations and Marketing.
ENW 334: Grant and Proposal Writing.
ENW 335: Technical Writing.
ENW 364: Special Topics in Creative Writing.
ENW 365: Special Topics in Professional Writing.
ENW 381: Individual Tutorial in Writing.
ENW (THE) (MMS) 409: Advanced Screenwriting.
ENW 461: Seminar in Creative Writing.
ENW 462: Seminar in Professional Writing.
ENW (ENG) 481: Honors Tutorial in Writing.
ENW (ENG) 482: Honors Colloquium.
English as a Second Language
Courses in English as a Second Language
ESL 103: English as a Second Language, Intermediate.
ESL 104: English as a Second Language, Advanced.
Requirement of a Minor
Departmental Grading Policy
Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition Program
Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition, B.S. (54-61.5 Credit Major)
Option I: Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition, CADE-Accredited (61.5 credits)
Option II: Food Service and Nutrition (54 Credits)
Minor in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition
Exercise Science B.S. (61.5-62 Credit Major)
Minor in Exercise Science (12 Credits)
Health N-12 Teacher
Health N-12 Teacher, B.S. (66 Credit Requirement)
Honors in Health N-12 Teacher
Health Education and Promotion
Honors in Health Education and Promotion
Health Education and Promotion, B.S. (52-57.5 Credit Major)
Minor in Health Education and Promotion
Health Services Administration
Health Services Administration, B.S. (55 Credit Major)
Honors in Health Services Administration
Health Services Internship
Minor in Health Services Administration
Minor in Public Health (15 Credits)
Recreation Education, B.S. (40 Credit Major)
Therapeutic Recreation, B.S. (52 Credit Major)
Interdisciplinary Geriatric Team Option, B.S. (40 Credits)
Developmental Disabilities Minor
Minor in Geriatric Health
Minor in Youth Services
Courses in Health Sciences
HSD (HPI) 200: Applied Medical and Health Care Terminology.
HSD 240: Nutrition and Health.
HSD 266: The U.S. Healthcare Delivery System.
HSD 269: Fundamentals of Biostatistics for Health Professionals.
HSD 306: Epidemiology.
HSD 308: Legal Issues in Health Care.
HSD 416: Mental Health in America: Issues and Services.
Courses in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition
DFN 120: The Nature and Science of Food.
*DFN 140: Current Food and Nutrition Concerns.
*DFN 215: Nutrition in Health Promotion.
DFN 220: Foods, Society, and Health.
*DFN 221: Food, Culture, and Society.
*DFN 242: Geriatric Nutrition.
*DFN 320: Meal Management.
*DFN 321: Experimental Foods.
DFN 330: Quantity Food Procurement, Production, and Service.
DFN 341: Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle.
DFN (EXS) 342: Sports Nutrition.
DFN 348: Nutrition in the Management of Disease I.
*DFN 350: Trends in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition.
DFN 370: Practicum in Quantity Foods.
DFN 430: Management of Dietetic Services.
DFN 437: Nutrition Education and Counseling.
*DFN 440: Seminar in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition.
DFN 445: Advanced Nutrition.
DFN 448: Nutrition in the Management of Disease II.
DFN 470: Dietetic Services Field Experience.
DFN 471: Field Experience in Clinical Nutrition.
DFN 472: Field Experience in Community Nutrition.
DFN 485: Independent Study in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition.
DFN 490: Honors in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition.
DFN 491: Selected Topics in Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition.
Courses in Health Education and Promotion
*HEA (WST) 136: Family and Community Health.
*HEA 167: School and Community Health.
HEA 211: Perspectives on AIDS.
HEA 249: Foundations of Health.
HEA 265: Contemporary Health Problems.
HEA 266: Research Techniques in Health Education.
HEA 267: Human Behavior and Health.
HEA 300: Introduction to Public Health.
HEA 301: Environmental Health.
HEA (WST) 302: Women and Health.
HEA 303: Safety Education, Accident Prevention, and First Aid.
HEA 304: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Basic Life Support.
HEA 305: Health Appraisal.
HEA (WST) 307: Human Sexuality.
HEA (WST) 308: Parenting and Child Health.
HEA 309: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs.
HEA 310: Health and Aging.
HEA 320: Health Counseling.
HEA 360: Selected Topics in Health.
HEA 400: Program Planning and Evaluation.
HEA 437: Strategies in Community Health and Nutrition Education.
HEA 440: Seminar in Community Health.
HEA 470: Internship in Community Health I.
HEA 485: Honors.
HEA 493: Special Projects.
Courses in Health Services Administration
*HSA 250: ICD-9-CM Coding I.
*HSA 251: ICD-9-CM Coding II.
*HSA 252: Coding for Ambulatory Care.
HSA 267: Management of Health Organizations.
HSA 312: Managed Health Care.
HSA 301: Human Resources Management and Labor Relations in Health Services.
HSA 302: Computer Applications in Health Services Administration.
*HSA 303: Operations Analysis of the Health Delivery System.
HSA 304: Financial Aspects of Health Care Administration.
HSA 320: Long-Term Care Administration.
HSA 325: Nursing Home Administration.
HSA 350: Contemporary Health Issues.
HSA 385: Independent Study in Health Services Administration.
HSA 402: Research and Program Evaluation in Health Services Administration.
HSA 403: Strategic Management: Health Planning in a Competitive Environment.
HSA 440: Seminar in Health Services Administration: Analysis of Field Work Experience.
HSA 441: Seminar in Health Services Administration: Analysis of Field Work Experience.
HSA 470: Administrative Skills in Health Services Organizations I.
HSA 471: Administrative Skills in Health Services Organizations II.
HSA 490: Honors in Health Services Administration.
Courses in Recreation Education
REC 300: History and Philosophy of Recreation.
REC 320: Recreation Leadership.
REC 321: Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation Service.
REC 324: Therapeutic Recreation for Children and Youth.
REC 325: Therapeutic Recreation in Long-Term Care.
REC 360: Selected Topics in Recreation.
REC 361: Camp Leadership and Outdoor Recreation.
REC 370: Recreation Internship.
REC 387: Research and Evaluation in Recreation Service.
REC 401: Administration of Recreation Services.
REC 421: Programs in Therapeutic Recreation Service.
REC 422: Program Planning in Recreation.
REC 425: Processes and Techniques of Therapeutic Recreation.
REC 470: Senior Internship in Recreation.
REC 471: Therapeutic Recreation Internship.
REC 485: Honors.
REC 493: Special Project.
Courses in Rehabilitation
REH 220: Introduction to Developmental Disabilities.
REH 230: Introduction to Youth Studies.
REH 240: Principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
REH 330: Management of Youth-Serving Organizations.
REH 370: Practicum in Youth Services.
Courses in Exercise Science
EXS 264: Physical Fitness and Exercise.
EXS 265: Behavioral Aspects of Physical Activity.
EXS 304: Coaching Sports.
EXS 315: Kinesiology and Biomechanics.
EXS 316: Motor Learning and Performance.
EXS 323: Exercise Physiology I.
EXS 326: Exercise Testing and Prescription.
EXS 342: Sports Nutrition.
EXS 423: Exercise Physiology II.
EXS 424: Principles and Practices of Fitness and Wellness Programming.
EXS 425: Theory and Methods of Strength and Conditioning.
EXS 426: Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations.
EXS 427: Application of Training Principles.
EXS 430: Research Methods in Exercise Science.
EXS 470: Internship in Exercise Science I.
EXS 471: Internship in Exercise Science II.
EXS 485: Honors in Exercise Science.
EXS 493: Special Project in Exercise Science.
History, B.A. (30-36 Credit Major)
Introductory History Courses
HIS (PRS) 212: History of Puerto Rico.
HIS (LAC) 225: History of the Dominican Republic.
HIS 240: East Asian Civilization.
HIS 241: Early Modern Europe, 1400-1815.
HIS 242: Contemporary European History.
HIS 243: Foundations of the United States.
HIS 244: Modern United States History.
HIS (AAS) 245: History of African Americans.
HIS 246: Civilizations of the Ancient World.
HIS 247: Medieval Civilization.
HIS (AAS) 248: African History.
HIS (MES) 249: Islamic Civilization.
HIS 250: Understanding History.
HIS (LAC) 266: Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean I.
HIS (LAC) 267: Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean II.
*HIS 281: Introductory Tutorial in History.
Advanced History Courses
History of Ancient and Medieval Civilizations
*HIA (HCU) 302: Biblical History and Archaeology.
HIA (HCU) 304: Ancient Jewish History.
HIA 306: History of Religions in the Ancient World.
HIA/ACU/WST 311: Women in Antiquity.
HIA 314: Classical Myth and Society.
HIA (ACU) 316: Greek Archaeology of the Classical Period.
HIA (ACU) 318: Roman Archaeology and Topography.
HIA 320: History of Ancient Greece.
HIA 321: History of Rome.
*HIA 325: The Early Christians.
*HIA (HCU) 330: The Jews During the Middle Ages.
*HIA 331: Life and Society in the Middle Ages.
*HIA (HCU) 333: A History of Jews in Spain and the Sephardic Dispersion.
*HIA 336: England in the Middle Ages.
HIA 348: Introduction to the History of Science, from Ancient Science to the Scientific Revolution.
HIA 350: Topics in Ancient and Medieval History.
HIA 381: Individual Tutorial Project in Ancient and Medieval History.
Courses in History of Modern Europe
HIE 301: Introduction to the History of Science, from Descartes and Newton to Darwin and Einstein.
HIE 302: Europe in the Renaissance and Reformation.
HIE 304: Society and Culture in Renaissance Italy.
HIE 305: Golden-Age Spain.
HIE 307: Europe in the Age of Enlightenment.
HIE 308: The French Revolution and Napoleon.
HIE 309: Europe, 1815-1914.
HIE 310: History of European Diplomacy.
HIE 314: Europe in the Twentieth Century.
HIE 316: Nineteenth-century European Intellectual History.
HIE 317: The History of Ideas and Ideologies in Twentieth-Century Europe.
HIE 321: Tudor-Stuart England.
HIE 322: Britain in the Age of Industrialization and Empire.
HIE 323: Britain in the Twentieth Century.
*HIE 325: Italy from Napoleon through Mussolini.
HIE 330: History of Modern France.
HIE 333: Modern Ireland.
HIE 335: History of Modern Spain.
HIE 336: Early Russian History.
HIE 337: Modern Russian History.
HIE 341: Germany from Bismarck through Hitler.
HIE (HCU) 343: The Holocaust.
*HIE 345: Hitler, the Nazis, Fascism, and Neo-Fascism.
HIE 350: Topics in Modern European History.
HIE 381: Individual Tutorial Project in Modern European History.
Courses in Special and Comparative Historical Topics
HIS 239: The Ascent of Man: An Introduction to the History of Science.
HIS (LAC) 268: History of Mexico.
*HIS 301: Introduction to the History of Biology.
HIS 302: Science and Society.
HIS 304: History of Science in the Twentieth Century.
HIS (HCU) 307: The Course of Modern Jewish History.
HIS 315: The Literature of History.
HIS 327: World Revolutions.
HIS 328: The Military History of World War I.
HIS 329: The Military History of World War II.
HIS 334: The Irish Diaspora.
HIS (HCU) 342: Anti-Semitism from Early Christianity to Hitler.
HIS 350: Topics in Comparative History.
HIW (AAS) 351: Topics in African History, Politics, and Society.
HIS (AAS) 353: Topics in Caribbean History, Politics, and Society.
HIS 381: Individual Tutorial Project in Comparative History.
HIS 450: Seminar in Comparative History.
Courses in History of the United States
HIU 301: Colonial British America, 1586-1763.
HIU 304: The Era of the American Revolution, 1763-1789.
HIU 305: The Early Republic, 1789-1824.
HIU 308: Democracy, Sectionalism, and Slavery in the U.S., 1825-1861.
HIU 309: The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877.
HIU 310: The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, 1877-1914.
HIU (AAS) 311: Black Nationalism.
HIU 314: The United States from World War I Through World War II, 1914-1945.
HIU 315: Recent United States History, 1945 to the Present.
HIU 316: The American Constitution in Historical Perspective.
HIU 317: History of American Foreign Relations, 1750-1912.
HIU 318: History of American Foreign Relations, 1912-Present.
HIU 319: The United States and the Vietnam War.
HIU 320: Early American Culture and Intellectual History.
HIU 322: Modern American Cultural and Intellectual History.
HIU 323: Protest in America.
*HIU 324: The History of Italian-Americans.
HIU (WST) 328: The Family in American History.
HIU (WST) 329: History of Sexuality and Sex Roles in America.
HIU (AAS) 330: The Civil Rights Movement.
HIU (WST) 331: History of Women in America.
HIU 332: History of Health Care in the United States.
HIU 333: American Urban History.
HIU 335: Immigration in America.
HIU 336: American Religious History.
HIU (AAS) (WST) 340: History of African American Women.
HIU 341: American Business History.
HIU 342: History of American Labor.
HIU (HCU) 344: American Jewish History.
HIU 345: American Economic History.
HIU 346: History of the American Presidency.
HIU 347: The Mainland Borough: The Bronx as a City in History.
HIU 348: History of New York: City and State.
HIU (AAS) 349: The Harlem Renaissance.
HIU 350: Topics in American History.
HIU (AAS) 352: Topics in African American History and Culture.
HIU 381: Individual Tutorial Project in American History.
Courses in Asian, African, and Latin-American History
HIW (LPR) 300: Social and Economic History of Puerto Rico from the Industrial Revolution to the Present.
HIW (MES) 301: Ottoman History.
HIW (MES) 302: Modern Middle Eastern History.
HIW (MES) 303: Contemporary Islamic Movements.
HIW (WST) (MES) 304: History of Women and Society in the Islamic Middle East.
HIW (MES) 305: The Arab-Israeli Conflict.
*HIW (HCU) 308: The Jews of Tsarist and Soviet Russia.
HIW (LAC) 313: Religion in Hispaniola: From Catholicism to African Religions
HIW (LAC) 315: Comparative History of the Hispanic Caribbean.
HIW 316: East Asia in the Modern World.
HIW 317: History of Modern China.
HIW 322: History of Chinese Civilization.
HIW (AAS) 323: History of Africa to 1800.
HIW (LAC) 324: History of Cuba.
HIW 325: History of Modern Japan.
HIW (AAS) 327: History of Africa,1800 to the Present.
HIW (LAC) 330: Latin America in the Nineteenth Century.
HIW (LAC) 331: Modern Latin America.
HIW (LAC) 337: Latin America and the United States from 1823 to the Present.
HIW (LAC) 338: Colonial Latin America.
HIW (LAC) 340: Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean.
HIW (LAC) 345: History of South America.
HIW 348: Europe and the Non-Western World in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
HIW 350: Topics in Non-Western History.
HIW 352 (LAC 351): The Mexican Revolution.
HIW 381: Individual Tutorial Project in Non-Western History.
Individualized Study Programs
The Adult Degree Program
Adult Degree Colloquium
The Individualized Baccalaureate Program
Italian-American Studies, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Requirements for the Minor in Italian-American Studies
Courses in Italian-American Studies
*IAS 266: The Italian-American Tradition in American Literature.
*IAS 450: Topics in Italian-American Studies.
IAS 481: Tutorial in Italian-American Studies.
IAS 495: Special Project in Italian-American Studies.
Journalism, Communication, and Theatre
Multimedia Journalism, B.A. (42 Credit Major)
Minor in Multimedia Journalism
Courses in Multimedia Journalism
MMJ 200: The Bronx Journal Workshop.
MMJ 201: Broadcast and Production Workshop.
MMJ 202: Inside Lehman.
MMJ (MMS) 211: Introduction to Multilingual Media.
MMJ (MMS) 214: Foundations of Media.
MMJ (MMS) 215: Audiovisual Production.
MMJ 221: Reporting I.
MMJ (MMS) 222: New Media.
MMJ 300: The Bronx Journal Advanced Workshop.
MMJ 302: Covering Race, Gender, and Ethnicity.
MMJ 307: Multimedia Editing and Proofreading.
MMJ 314: Advanced Audio Production.
MMJ (MMS) 315: TV Studio Production.
MMJ 316: Field Video Production.
MMJ 317: Electronic Journalism.
MMJ 321: Reporting II.
MMJ 322: Online News Page Design and Editing.
MMJ 323: Feature Writing.
MMJ 324: Opinion Writing and Talking Heads.
MMJ 331: Literary Journalism.
MMS (MMJ) (AAS) 332: The African American Media.
MMJ (MMS) 334: The Documentary
MMJ (THE) 343: Voice-Over for Radio, Film, and TV.
MMJ 344: On-Camera Technique.
MMJ (COM) 347: Advertising.
MMJ 350: Topics in Multimedia Journalism.
MMJ 352: The Bronx Journal TV Advanced Workshop.
MMJ 356: Digital Photojournalism.
MMJ (MMS) 357: Digital Editing.
MMJ (MMS) 370: Internship I.
MMJ 417: Broadcast Programming.
MMJ 418: Mass Media and Public Policy.
MMJ (MMS) 470: Internship II.
MMJ 486: Independent Study in Journalism.
Multimedia Studies, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Courses in Multimedia Studies
MMS 200: Oral Communication.
MMS (MMJ) 211: Introduction to Multilingual Media.
MMS 212: Introduction to Film and Television.
MMS 213: History of Cinema.
MMS (MMJ) 214: Foundations of Media.
MMS (MMJ) 215: Audiovisual Production
MMS (LAC) 216: Latin-American Cinema.
MMS (MMJ) 217: Journalism in the Movies.
MMS 218: Animation and Anime Storytelling.
MMS (MMJ) 222: New Media.
MMS 223: Digital Marketing Strategies.
MMS 224: Fundamentals of Editing.
MMS (ITA) 230: Italian Cinema.
MMS (FRE) 234: Introduction to French Cinema.
MMS 244 (SOC 249): Communication in Society.
MMS 250: Topics in Asian Cinema.
MMS 300: Corporate Communication.
MMS (LNG) 301: Perception, Language, and Communication.
MMS 304: Interpersonal and Small Group Communication.
MMS 305: Persuasion.
MMS 307: Media Industries I.
MMS 308: Media Industries II.
MMS (THE) (ENW) 309: Screenwriting.
MMS (POL) 311: Freedom of Speech.
MMS (MMJ) 315: TV Studio Production.
MMS 316: Film Production.
MMS (LAC)(LPR) 319: Latinos in Film.
MMS 324: Narrative Film.
MMS (AAS) 326: Africa in Cinema.
MMS (MMJ) 334: The Documentary.
MMS 335: Media Relations.
MMS 347: Advertising.
MMS 350: Topics in Film.
MMS (ANT) 351: The Anthropology of Media.
MMS 352: Topics in Multimedia Studies
MMS (LPR) 353: Latino Media.
MMS (MMJ) 357: Digital Editing.
MMS 359: The Thought Persuaders.
MMS 360: Writing for TV.
MMS 366: Technology and Communications.
MMS (MMJ) 370: Internship I.
MMS 404: Television Directing.
MMS (THE) (ENW) 409: Advanced Screenwriting.
MMS 420: Cinema Aethestics and Criticism.
MMS 421: Film Directing
MMS (MMJ) 470: Internship II.
MMS 489: Research Project in Multimedia Studies
MMS (DNC) (THE) 4950: Multimedia Performing Arts Project.
Theatre, B.A. (42 Credit Major)
Minor in Theatre
Minor in Theatre Management (12 Credits)
Courses in Theatre
THE 200: Theatre Workshop.
THE 201: Theatre Workshop: Scenery/Properties.
THE 202: Theatre Workshop: Costume/Wardrobe.
THE 203: Theatre Workshop: Lighting/Sound.
THE 205: Voice and Diction for the Stage.
THE 208: Acting I.
THE 211: Play Analysis.
THE 220: Movement for Actors and Dancers.
THE (COM) 232: Voice and Speech for the Actor.
THE 233: Stage Makeup.
THE 234: Visual Elements of the Theatre.
THE 235: Stagecraft.
THE (AAS) 238: African American Theatre.
THE 239: Creative Dramatics for Children.
THE 241: The Art of the Theatre.
THE 243: Queer Theatre.
THE 245: Puppetry.
THE 2480: Acting for Musical Theatre.
THE 251: Experiencing Theatre.
THE 300: Advanced Theatre Workshop.
THE (ENW) 308: Playwriting.
THE (COM) (ENW) 309: Screenwriting.
*THE 310: Play Production and Directing for Secondary Schools.
THE 320: The Children's Theatre.
THE 325: The Artist and Society.
THE 326: History of the Theatre I.
THE 327: History of the Theatre II.
THE 3280: History of Musical Theatre.
THE 331: Acting II.
THE 332: Theatre Theory.
THE 335: Directing I.
THE 336: Scenic Design.
THE 337: Costume Design.
THE 338: Lighting Design.
THE (MMJ) 343: Voice-Over for Radio, Film, and TV.
THE 344: Acting for the Camera.
THE 348: Performing Arts Management.
THE 370: Theatre Internship.
THE 408 (ENW 330): Advanced Playwriting Workshop.
THE 427: Advanced Costume Design.
THE 4330: Advanced Acting for the Camera.
THE 434: Advanced Technical Theatre.
THE 435: Advanced Acting.
THE 436: Advanced Scenic Design.
THE 438: Advanced Lighting Design.
*THE 439: Studies in the Greek and Roman Theatre.
*THE 440: Studies in Elizabethan and Jacobean Theatre.
THE 441: Directing II.
*THE 442: Studies in Modern Theatre.
THE 443: Contemporary World Theatre.
*THE 445: Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre.
THE 448: Advanced Performing Arts Management.
THE 449: Working in Theatre.
THE 454: Special Studies in Theatre.
THE 470: Advanced Theatre Internship.
THE 488: Independent Study in Theatre.
THE 492: Research Project in Theatre.
THE (DNC) (MMS) 4950: Multimedia Performing Arts Project.
Courses in Oral Interpretation
*COM 205: Oral Interpretation of Literature I.
*COM 215: Nonverbal Communication.
*COM 302: Oral Interpretation of Literature II.
*COM 303: Ensemble Reading.
*COM 402: Special Forms of Oral Interpretation.
Dance, B.A. (42 Credit Major)
Dance-Theatre, B.F.A. (51 Credit Major)
Statement of Credits for Dance Performing Groups
Minor in Dance
Courses in Dance
DNC 100: Dance Workout I.
DNC 101: Folk, Square, and Social-Dance Forms I.
DNC 105: Modern Dance Fundamentals I.
DNC 221: Jazz and Contemporary American Dance Forms.
DNC 201: Ballet Principles I.
DNC 202: Ballet Principles II.
DNC 209: Dance Workshop.
DNC 211: Modern Dance Principles.
DNC 212: Modern Dance Principles II.
DNC (THE) 220: Movement for Actors and Dancers.
*DNC 227: Theory and Practice of Dance in Education.
DNC (THE) 230: Somatics I.
DNC 235: Dance Perspectives:
DNC 249: Rhythmic Analysis of Movement.
DNC 303: Ballet Principles III.
DNC 304: Technique Workshop: Ballet.
DNC 309: Advanced Dance Workshop.
DNC 311: Intermediate Modern Dance.
*DNC 316: Educational and Recreational Programs in Dance.
DNC 3210: Advanced Jazz and Contemporary American Dance Forms.
DNC (THE) 330: Somatics II.
DNC 345: Choreography and Improvisation.
DNC 350: Workshop in Music and Movement.
DNC 351: Professional Repertory Workshop in Contemporary Dance Form.
DNC 352: World Dance.
DNC 353: Performance Group: Modern.
DNC 354: Performance Group: Ballet.
DNC 355: Performance Group: Ethnic.
DNC 360: Selected Topics in Dance.
DNC 362: Technique Workshop: World.
DNC 405: Seminar and Practicum in Skills and Performance.
DNC 411: Advanced Modern Dance.
DNC 412: Technique Workshop: Modern.
DNC 420: History and Applied Principles of Contemporary Dance.
DNC 445: Advanced Student Performance Workshop.
DNC 450: Choreographic Workshop I.
DNC 451: Choreographic Workshop II.
DNC 452: Student Repertory Workshop.
DNC 485: Honors.
DNC 493: Special Projects.
DNC (THE) (MMS) 4950: Multimedia Performing Arts Project.
Languages and Literatures
Classical Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Latin, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Greek, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Greek and Latin, B.A. (42 Credit Combined Major)
Greek and Latin, B.A., with a Specialization in Classical Culture (36 Credit Major)
Germanic Languages & Literature
Hebraic and Judaic Studies
Hebraic and Judaic Studies, B.A., with a Specialization in Hebraic Studies (36 Credit Major)
Hebraic and Judaic Studies, B.A., with a Specialization in Judaic Studies (38 Credit Major)
Spanish, B.A. (36-Credit Major)
Interdisciplinary Minor in Russian Area Studies
Courses in Arabic
ARB 105: Elementary Arabic I.
ARB 106: Elementary Arabic II.
ARB 108: Elementary Arabic III.
ARB 111: Elementary Arabic I.
ARB 112: Elementary Arabic II.
ARB 201: Intermediate Arabic I.
ARB 202: Intermediate Arabic II.
ARB 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
ARB 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
Courses in Chinese
CHI 101: Elementary Chinese I.
CHI 102: Elementary Chinese II.
CHI 111: Elementary Chinese I.
CHI 112: Elementary Chinese II.
CHI 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
CHI 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
Courses in French
FRE 101: Elementary French I.
FRE 102: Elementary French II.
FRE 105: Elementary French I.
FRE 106: Elementary French II.
*FRE 107: Elementary French: Intensive Course.
FRE 108: Elementary French III.
FRE 111: Elementary French I.
FRE 112: Elementary French II.
FRE 201: Intermediate French Grammar.
FRE 202: Intermediate French Reading and Composition.
FRE 205: French for Reading Knowledge.
FRE 206: Business French.
FRE 207: Intermediate French Conversation.
FRE 245: Modern France.
FRE 265: Intermediate Studies in Literature.
FRE 281: Tutorial.
FRE 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
FRE 300: Introduction to French Literature and Literary Criticism.
FRE 301: French Literature from the Middle Ages through the Seventeenth Century.
FRE 302: French Literature from the Eighteenth Century to the Present.
FRE 303: Advanced French Grammar.
FRE 305: Advanced French Conversation.
FRE 306: Advanced Composition.
FRE 307: Advanced Translation.
FRE 308: Theory and Practice of French Phonetics.
FRE 310: Comparative Grammar.
FRE 320: Francophone Literature.
FRE 321: French Literature of the Middle Ages.
FRE 322: Renaissance and Pre-Classical French Literature.
FRE 323: Seventeenth-Century French Literature I: Theatre.
FRE 324: Seventeenth-Century French Literature II: Fiction, Essays, and Poetry.
FRE 325: Eighteenth-Century French Literature: The Age of the Enlightenment.
FRE 327: Nineteenth-Century French Literature I: Romanticism and Realism—The Novel.
FRE 328: Nineteenth-Century French Literature II: Romanticism and Realism—Poetry and Drama.
FRE 341: Twentieth-Century French Literature I: Proust L'Entre-deuxguerres Literature.
FRE 342: Twentieth-Century French Literature II: Existentialism and the Nouveau Roman.
FRE 344: Modern French Poetry.
FRE 352: Special Topics in French Literature.
FRE 357: Special Topics in French Language.
FRE 358: French Civilization and Culture.
FRE 370. Internship.
FRE 381: Tutorial.
FRE 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
FRE 450: Advanced Seminar.
FRE 481: Honors Course in French.
Courses in German Language, Literature, and Culture
Elementary and Intermediate German Language Courses
*GER 100: Elementary German—Intensive Course.
GER 101: Elementary German I.
GER 102: Elementary German II.
*GER 103: Elementary German I.
*GER 104: Elementary German II.
*GER 107: German Reading Course.
*GER 108: Elementary German for General Reading Purposes II.
GER 111: Elementary German I.
GER 112: Elementary German II.
GER 201: Intermediate German.
GER 202: Introduction to German Literature.
*GER 205: German Literature on Records.
*GER 207: Reading Course in Expository Prose.
*GER 209: Intermediate German Conversation.
GER 281: Individual Study in Germanic Languages.
GER 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
Courses in German Literature and Culture (Conducted in German)
*GER 301: German Literature I.
*GER 302: German Literature II.
*GER 307: Translation from German into English.
*GER 308: Advanced German Composition.
*GER 309: Advanced German Conversation.
GER 310: Comparative Grammar.
*GER 315: German Civilization.
*GER 321: Survey of German Literature.
*GER 323: German Lyric Poetry.
*GER 325: German Prose of the Nineteenth Century.
*GER 326: German Prose of the Twentieth Century.
*GER 327: German Drama of the Nineteenth Century.
*GER 328: German Drama of the Twentieth Century.
*GER 333: Goethe.
*GER 334: Goethe's Faust.
*GER 350: Proseminar.
GER 351: Seminar.
*GER 352: German Writers.
*GER 355: Aspects of German Culture.
GER 366: German Films (in English).
GER 381: Tutorial in German.
GER 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
GER 481: Tutorial.
GER 485: Special Studies.
GER 491: Honors Project.
Courses in Greek
GRK 101: Introduction to Ancient Greek I.
GRK 102: Introduction to Ancient Greek II.
*GRK 227: Plato: The Trial of Socrates.
*GRK 228: Homer: The Iliad.
*GRK 229: New Testament Greek.
*GRK 230: Greek Prose Authors.
GRK 281: Intermediate Greek Tutorial.
GRK 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
*GRK 301: Homer's Odyssey.
*GRK 302: The Homeric Hymns and Hesiodic Poetry.
*GRK 303: Greek Lyric Poetry.
*GRK 304: Aeschylus.
*GRK 305: Sophocles.
*GRK 306: Euripides.
*GRK 307: Aristophanes.
*GRK 308: Thucydides.
*GRK 309: Xenophon.
*GRK 310: The Attic Orators.
*GRK 314: Plato.
GRK 315: Comparative Grammar.
GRK 381: Tutorial.
GRK 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
*GRK 400: Greek Prose Composition and Stylistics.
GRK 491: Honors Research.
Courses in Hebraic Studies
HEB 101: Elementary Hebrew I.
HEB 102: Elementary Hebrew II.
HEB 111: Elementary Hebrew I.
HEB 112: Elementary Hebrew II.
HEB (MES) 202: Advanced Hebrew.
HEB 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
*HEB 300: Hebrew Conversation I.
*HEB 301: Hebrew Conversation II.
*HEB 341: Hebrew Grammar and Composition.
HEB 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
HEB 215: Biblical Literature: Pentateuch.
*HEB 216: Biblical Literature: Historical Books.
*HEB 217: The Modern Hebrew Short Story.
HEB 281: Intermediate Hebrew Tutorial.
*HEB 317: Biblical Literature: Prophetic Books.
*HEB 318: Biblical Literature: Hagiographa.
*HEB 321: Talmudic Literature.
*HEB 322: Medieval Literature.
*HEB 323: Poetry of the Modern Hebrew Renaissance Period.
*HEB 324: The Modern Hebrew Essay.
*HEB 325: History of Modern Hebrew Literature.
HEB (MES) 327: The Modern Hebrew Novel.
*HEB 328: Contemporary Hebrew Prose.
*HEB 331: Medieval Hebrew Philosophic Texts.
HEB 381: Tutorial in Hebrew.
*HEB 389: Seminar.
HEB 481: Honors Project.
Courses in Irish
IRI 103: Elementary Irish I.
IRI 104: Elementary Irish II.
IRI 105: Elementary Irish III.
IRI 106 Elementary Irish IV.
IRI 111: Elementary Irish I.
IRI 112: Elementary Irish II.
IRI 201: Intermediate Irish Grammar.
IRI 202: Intermediate Irish Reading and Composition.
IRI 205: Irish for Reading Knowledge.
IRI 207: Conversational Irish.
IRI 230: Irish-Language Cinema.
IRI 281: Tutorial in Irish Language and Literature.
IRI 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
IRI 300: Introduction to Literary Studies.
IRI 303. Advanced Grammar and Composition.
IRI 305: Advanced Conversation.
IRI 3100: Comparative Grammar.
IRI 320: Introduction to the Irish Short Story.
IRI 323: Irish-Language Poetry of the Twentieth Century.
IRI 340: The Contemporary Irish-Language Novel.
IRI 341: Irish-Language Theatre.
IRI 350: Folklore in the Irish Language.
IRI 357: Special Topics in Irish-Language Literature.
IRI 381: Tutorial in Irish Language and Literature.
IRI 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
IRI 447: Máirtín Ó Cadhain’s Cré na Cille.
Courses in Italian
Fundamental Italian Language Skills
ITA 101: Elementary Italian I.
ITA 102: Elementary Italian II.
ITA 105: Elementary Italian I.
ITA 106: Elementary Italian II.
ITA 108: Elementary Italian III.
ITA 111: Elementary Italian I.
ITA 112: Elementary Italian II.
ITA 201: Intermediate Italian Grammar.
ITA 202: Intermediate Italian Reading and Composition.
ITA 205: Italian for General Reading Purposes.
ITA 207: Conversational Italian.
Italian Language, Literature, and Culture
ITA (IAS) 245: Italy Today.
ITA 265: Intermediate Studies in Italian.
ITA 281: Tutorial.
ITA 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
ITA 300: Introduction to Literary Studies.
ITA 303: Advanced Grammar and Composition.
ITA 305: Advanced Conversation.
ITA 307: Advanced Translation.
ITA 308: Theory and Practice of Italian Phonetics.
ITA 310: Comparative Grammar.
*ITA 314: Italian Civilization I.
*ITA 315: Italian Civilization II.
ITA 320: Italian Short Story from Its Origins to the Sixteenth Century.
ITA 322: Disguises and Revelations: The Italian Comedy as a Genre.
ITA 326: Main Romantic and Post-Romantic Italian Novelists.
ITA 327: Petrarca's Love Poetry.
ITA 329: Renaissance Prose Writers.
ITA 330: Love as Escape in Renaissance Chivalric Poetry.
ITA 335: Italian Poetry of the Nineteenth Century.
ITA 337: Literature of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, from the Baroque through the Enlightenment.
ITA 338: In Search of One's Identity: The Modern Italian Novel.
ITA 340: The Contemporary Italian Novel.
ITA 341: The Contemporary Italian Theatre.
ITA 343: Italian Poetry of the Twentieth Century.
ITA 357: Special Topics in Italian Literature.
ITA 370: Internship.
ITA 381: Tutorial.
ITA 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
ITA 447: Dante's Divina Commedia: Inferno.
ITA 448: Dante's Divina Commedia: Purgatorio and Paradiso.
*ITA 450: Advanced Seminar.
ITA 481: Honors Course in Italian.
Courses in Japanese Language and Literature
JAL 101: Elementary Japanese I.
JAL 102: Elementary Japanese II.
JAL 111: Elementary Japanese I.
JAL 112: Elementary Japanese II.
JAL 1170: Elementary Japanese: Intensive Course.
JAL 201: Intermediate Japanese I.
JAL 202: Intermediate Japanese II.
JAL 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
JAL 301: Advanced Japanese I.
JAL 302: Advanced Japanese II.
JAL 310: Comparative Grammar.
JAL 350: Topics in Japanese Literature.
JAL 352: Special Topics in Japanese Literature.
JAL 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
Courses in Judaic Studies
*HCU (YDH) 100: Elementary Yiddish —Intensive Course.
*HCU (YDH) 101: Elementary Yiddish I.
*HCU (YDH) 102: Elementary Yiddish II.
*HCU 111: The World of the Old Testament.
*HCU (YDH) 201: Intermediate Yiddish I.
*HCU (YDH) 202: Intermediate Yiddish II.
*HCU (HIA) 302: Biblical History and Archaeology.
HCU (HIA) 304: Ancient Jewish History.
HCU (HIS) 307: The Course of Modern Jewish History.
HCU (HIW) 308: The Jews of Tsarist and Soviet Russia.
*HCU 318: The Jewish Tradition in Modern French and German Literature.
*HCU 319: Masterpieces of Ancient and Medieval Hebraic Literature in Translation.
*HCU 320: Readings in Modern Hebraic Literature in Translation.
*HCU 324: Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Human Predicament.
*HCU 325: The Hebrew Prophets.
HCU (MES) 326: Cultural Foundations of Modern Israel.
HCU (HIA) 330: The Jews During the Middle Ages.
*HCU (HIA) 333: A History of the Jews in Spain and the Sephardic Dispersion.
HCU (YDH) 340: Masterpieces of Yiddish Literature in Translation.
HCU (HIS) 342: Anti-Semitism from Early Christianity to Hitler.
HCU (HIE) 343: The Holocaust.
HCU (HIU) 344: American Jewish History.
HCU 350: Topics in Judaic Studies.
*HCU (PHI) 363: Introduction to Jewish Philosophy.
HCU 481: Honors Project.
HCU (YDH) 485: Yiddish Independent Studies.
Courses in Latin
LAT 101: Introduction to Latin I.
LAT 102: Introduction to Latin II.
LAT 103: Introduction to Latin I.
LAT 104: Introduction to Latin II.
LAT 105: Introduction to Latin III.
*LAT 228: Prose and Poetry of the Roman Republic.
LAT 281: Intermediate Latin Tutorial.
LAT 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
*LAT 301: Roman Comedy.
*LAT 302: The Works of Horace.
*LAT 303: Vergil's Eclogues and Georgics.
*LAT 304: The Works of Cicero.
*LAT 305: Lucretius's On the Nature of Things.
*LAT 306: Vergil's Aeneid.
*LAT 307: Personal Correspondence.
LAT 308: The Roman Novel.
*LA 310: Livy's History of Rome.
*LAT 314: The Works of Ovid.
*LAT 315: Catullus and the Elegiac Poets.
*LAT 316: Caesar's Commentaries.
*LAT 317: The Works of Tacitus.
*LAT 318: Roman Writers of the First and Second Centuries, A.D.
LAT 319: Comparative Grammar.
LAT 381: Tutorial.
LAT 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
*LAT 400: Latin Prose Composition and Stylistics.
LAT 491: Honors Research.
Courses in Portuguese
*POR 105: Elementary Portuguese I.
*POR 106: Elementary Portuguese II.
*POR 108: Elementary Portuguese III.
*POR 201: Intermediate Portuguese Reading and Composition.
*POR 246: Portuguese Literature from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century.
*POR (LAC) 247: Brazilian Literature from the Colonial Period to the Twentieth Century.
POR 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
POR 310: Comparative Grammar.
POR 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
Courses in Slavic Languages and Literature
Elementary and Intermediate Russian and Other Slavic Language Courses
*RUS 100: Elementary Russian—Intensive Course.
RUS 101: Elementary Russian I.
RUS 102: Elementary Russian II.
*RUS 107: Elementary Russian for General Reading Purposes I.
*RUS 108: Elementary Russian for General Reading Purposes II.
*RUS 201: Intermediate Russian I.
*RUS 202: Intermediate Russian II.
RUS 203: Elements of Contemporary Russian I.
RUS (POL) 220: Soviet Life and Culture.
RUS 281: Intermediate Russian Tutorial.
SLA 281: Individual Study in Slavic Languages.
RUS 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
Russian Language, Literature, and Culture (Conducted in Russian)
*RUS 301: Advanced Russian I.
*RUS 302: Advanced Russian II.
*RUS 308: Advanced Russian Grammar and Composition.
*RUS 309: Advanced Russian Conversation.
RUS 310: Comparative Grammar.
*RUS 319: The Language of the Russian 'byt.'
*RUS 320: Masterpieces of Russian Literature I—From the Beginning to the 1870s.
*RUS 321: Masterpieces of Russian Literature II—From the 1870s to the Soviet Period.
*RUS 322: Masterpieces of Russian Literature III—From 1917 to the Present.
*RUS 330: Russian Literature from the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century.
*RUS 333: The Russian Short Story.
*RUS 336: Russian Drama to Chekhov.
*RUS 337: Twentieth-Century Russian Drama.
*RUS 338: Classical Russian Poetry.
*RUS 339: Modern Russian Poetry.
*RUS 350: Colloquium in Russian Literature.
RUS 381: Tutorial in Russian.
RUS 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
RUS 491: Honors Course in Russian.
SLA 481: Tutorial.
SLA 485: Special Studies in Slavic.
Courses in Yiddish Language and Literature
*YDH (HCU) 100: Elementary Yiddish—Intensive Course.
*YDH (HCU) 101: Elementary Yiddish I.
*YDH (HCU) 102: Elementary Yiddish II.
*YDH (HCU) 201: Intermediate Yiddish I.
*YDH (HCU) 202: Intermediate Yiddish II.
YDH 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
*YDH (HCU) 340: Masterpieces of Yiddish Literature in Translation.
YDH 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
*YDH (HCU) 485: Yiddish Independent Studies.
Courses in Spanish
SPA 101: Elementary Spanish I.
SPA 102: Elementary Spanish II.
SPA 103: Elementary Spanish I.
SPA 104: Elementary Spanish II.
SPA 105: Elementary Spanish I.
SPA 106: Elementary Spanish II.
SPA 107: Elementary Spanish: Intensive Course.
SPA 108: Elementary Spanish III.
SPA 111: Elementary Spanish I.
SPA 112: Elementary Spanish II.
SPA 113: Elementary Spanish for Heritage Speakers I.
SPA 114: Elementary Spanish for Heritage Speakers II.
SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish Grammar.
SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish Reading.
SPA 203: Elements of Contemporary Spanish I.
SPA 204: Elements of Contemporary Spanish II.
SPA 207: Conversational Spanish.
SPA 208: Intermediate Spanish Conversation.
SPA (LAC) 233: Latin American Literature in Translation.
SPA (LAC) 250: Contemporary Problems in the Hispanic World.
SPA (LAC) 265: Contemporary Literature of Spain and Spanish America.
SPA 266: Business Spanish and Correspondence.
SPA 281: Tutorial.
SPA 285: Individualized Intermediate Foreign Language Study.
SPA 293: Workshop in Creative Writing.
SPA 300: Introduction to Literary Studies.
SPA 301: Spanish Literature from the Middle Ages to 1700.
SPA 302: Spanish and Spanish-American Literature from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century.
SPA 305: Advanced Conversation.
SPA 306: Advanced Spanish Composition.
SPA 307: Translation.
SPA 308: Spanish Phonetics and Diction.
SPA 309: Advanced Spanish Grammar.
SPA 310: Comparative Grammar.
SPA (LAC) 320: Spanish American Literature of the Nineteenth Century.
SPA 321: Neoclassicism and Romanticism in Spain.
SPA 322: Realism in the Spanish Narrative.
SPA 323: Spanish Novel and Lyric Poetry of the Golden Age.
SPA 330: Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature.
SPA 331: Cervantes's Don Quixote.
SPA 332 (LAC 328): Spanish-American Fiction of the Twentieth Century.
SPA 333: Spanish American Literature of the Conquest.
SPA (ENG)(LPR) 339: Latino/Latina Literatures in English.
SPA 340: Spanish Literature of the Middle Ages.
SPA 341: Spanish 'Comedia' of the Golden Age.
SPA 342: Spanish Literature after the Civil War.
SPA 343 (LAC 344): Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry.
SPA 350: History of the Spanish Language.
SPA (LAC) 352: Special Topics in Hispanic Literature.
SPA 357: Special Topics in Spanish Language.
SPA 358: Spanish Civilization.
SPA (LAC) 359: Spanish-American Civilization.
SPA 370: Internship.
SPA 381: Tutorial.
SPA 385: Individualized Advanced Foreign Language Study.
SPA 450: Advanced Seminar.
SPA 481: Honors Course in Spanish. Special Studies in Spanish-American Literature.
SPA 482: Honors Course in Spanish. Special Studies in Spanish Literature.
SPA 3120: Spanish for the Health Professions.
Courses in Classical Culture—Conducted in English (No knowledge of Latin or Greek required)
*ACU 160: Introduction to the Greek and Roman Cultures.
*ACU 226: Greek Daily Life.
*ACU 227: Roman Daily Life.
ACU 231: Current English Usage of Latin and Greek.
ACU 232: The Vocabulary of Medical and Scientific Terminology.
ACU 266: Classical Myth and the Human Condition.
ACU (WST) 302: Women in Antiquity.
*ACU 304: The Literature of Ancient Science.
ACU 305: Greek Literature in Translation.
*ACU 306: Roman Literature in Translation.
ACU 307: The Greek and Roman Epic in English Translation.
ACU 308: Greek and Roman Tragedy in English Translation.
*ACU 309: Ancient Comedy in English Translation.
*ACU 310: History and Biography as a Genre of Literature.
ACU (HIA)(WST) 311: Women in Antiquity.
ACU 315: Philosophical Thought Before Socrates.
ACU (HIA) 316: Greek Archaeology of the Classical Period.
ACU (HIA) 318: Roman Archaeology and Topography.
*ACU 321: The Ancient Romance.
ACU 350: Topics in Ancient Culture.
ACU 381: Tutorial in Ancient Culture.
Courses in French Literature and Culture—Conducted in English (not credited toward the French major)
FRE 232: The Francophone World (in translation).
FRE 233: French Literature in Translation.
FRE (MMS) 234 : Introduction to French Cinema.
FRE 250: Special Topics and Themes on French Literature in Translation.
*FRE 251: French Authors in English Translation.
FRE 356: Special Topics in Modern French Literature.
Courses in German Literature and Culture—Conducted in English (no knowledge of German required)
*GER 340: Famous Works of German Literature in English Translation.
*GER 341: Contemporary German Literature in English Translation.
*GER 344: Faust (in English).
*GER 346: Brecht's Plays and Their Sources (in English).
*GER 348: Modern Scandinavian Prose (in English).
*GER 349: The Modern German and Scandinavian Drama (in English).
*GER (SLA) 450: Independent Study in Drama and Theatre (in English).
*GER 360: German Authors in English Translation.
*GER 361: German Writers in English Translation.
*GER 362: Topics and Themes in German Literature (in English).
*GER 365: Aspects of German Culture (in English).
Courses in Italian Literature and Culture—Conducted in English (not credited toward the Italian major)
ITA (MMS) 230: Italian Cinema.
ITA 231: Dante's Divina Commedia in Translation.
ITA 232: Boccaccio in Translation.
ITA 233: Italo-American Contributions.
*ITA 234: Machiavelli in Translation.
*ITA 236: Pirandello in Translation.
ITA 237: Masterpieces of Italian Literature (in English).
Courses in Japanese Literature and Culture (Conducted in English)
JCU 211: Japanese Literature and Culture.
JCU 212: Classics of Japanese Literature.
Courses in Slavic Literature and Culture (Conducted in English)
*RUS 340: Survey of Russian Literature from the Beginning to the 1870s (in English).
*RUS 341: Survey of Russian Literature from the 1870s to the Soviet Period (in English).
*RUS 342: Survey of Soviet Russian Literature—From 1917 to the Present (in English).
*RUS 343: Survey of Russian Drama (in English).
*RUS 346: Dostoevsky (in English).
*RUS 347: Tolstoy (in English).
*SLA (GER) 450: Independent Study in Drama and Theatre (in English).
*RUS 360: Russian Authors (in English).
*SLA 362: Topics and Themes in Slavic Literature (in English).
*SLA 365: Aspects of Slavic Culture and Civilization (in English).
Courses in Spanish Literature—Conducted in English (not credited toward the Spanish major)
*SPA 231: Spanish Literature in Translation I.
*SPA 232: Spanish Literature in Translation II.
SPA 234: Cervantes and the Modern Novel.
SPA 251: Topics in Spanish Literature and Spanish-American Literature.
World Classics (Interdisciplinary and Interdepartmental)
IDW (CLT) 213: Classics of the Asian World.
IDW (CLT) 211: Classics of the Western World: Ancient and Medieval.
IDW (CLT) 212: Classics of the Western World II: Renaissance and Modern.
Latin American and Puerto Rican Studies
Curriculum in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies, B.A. (30 Credit Major)
Minor in Latin American Studies
Minor in Mexican and Mexican-American Studies
Courses in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LAC (ARH) 143: Introduction to the History of Latin American Art.
LAC (GEH) 289: Regional Geography of Selected Areas.
LAC (ANT)(WST) 210: Women in Latin America.
LAC (LPR) 214: Literature of the Caribbean.
LAC (MMS) 216: Latin American Cinema.
LAC (HIS) 225: History of the Dominican Republic.
LAC 226: Contemporary Dominican Politics and Society.
LAC 231 (LPR 242): Latinos in the United States.
LAC 232: Family and Gender Relations among Latinos.
LAC (SPA) 233: Latin American Literature in Translation.
LAC (AAS) 235: Caribbean Societies.
LAC (AAS) 241: Literature of the English and Caribbean Literature.
LAC (POR) 247: Brazilian Literature from the Colonial Period to the Twentieth Century.
LAC (SPA) 250: Contemporary Problems in the Hispanic World.
LAC (SPA) 265: Contemporary Literature of Spain and Spanish America.
LAC (HIS) 266: Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean I.
LAC (HIS) 267: Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean II.
LAC (HIS) 268: History of Mexico.
LAC (LPR) 301: Puerto Rican Literature.
LAC (PRS) 302: Puerto Rican Literature I: From the Sixteenth Century to 1898 (in Spanish)
LAC (PRS) 303: Puerto Rican Literature II: From 1898 to the Present (in Spanish)
LAC 304: The Social History of Hispaniola.
LAC (AAS) 306: The Haitian-Dominican Border: Nation, State, and Race.
LAC (LPR) 312: Latino Migrations.
LAC (HIW) 313: Religion in Hispaniola: From Catholicism to African Religions.
LAC (LPR) 314: Religions in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latino U.S.
LAC (HIW) 315: Comparative History of the Hispanic Caribbean.
LAC 316 (LPR 343): Visual Culture in the Hispanic Caribbean.
LAC (ANT) 317: Early Civilization of South America and the Caribbean.
LAC (ANT) 318: Early Civilizations of Mexico and Central America.
LAC (LPR)(MMS) 319: Latinos in Film.
LAC (SPA) 320: Spanish American Literature of the Nineteenth Century.
LAC (LPR) 321: Latino New York.
LAC (ECO) 323: Economic Development in Latin America.
LAC (HIW) 324: History of Cuba.
LAC 328 (SPA 332): Spanish-American Fiction of the Twentieth Century.
LAC (SPA) 329: Literature of the Dominican Republic.
LAC (HIW) 330: Latin America in the Nineteenth Century.
LAC (HIW) 331: Modern Latin America.
LAC (POL) 332: Political Systems in Latin America.
LAC (SPA) 333: Spanish-American Literature of the Conquest.
LAC (AAS) 334: The Musical Experience of Caribbean Cultures and Societies.
LAC (AAS) 335: The Caribbean in World Politics.
LAC (POL) 336: Political Systems of Central America and the Caribbean.
LAC (HIW) 337: Latin America and the United States from 1823 to the Present.
LAC (HIW) 338: Colonial Latin America.
LAC (SPA)(ENG) 339: Latino Literature.
LAC (HIW) 340: Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean.
LAC (LPR) 341: Puerto Rican Music.
LAC 342: Latin American Popular Music.
LPR 343 (LAC 316): Visual Culture in the Hispanic Caribbean.
LAC 344 (SPA 343): Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry.
LAC (HIW) 345: History of South America.
LAC (LPR) (SPA) 346: Introduction to Mexican and Chicano/a Literatures.
LAC (ANT) 347: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America and the Caribbean.
LAC (LPR) 349: Latino Political Economy.
LAC 351 (HIW 352): The Mexican Revolution.
LAC (LPR) 360: Variable Topics in Latino/Puerto Rican Studies.
LAC (SPA) 352: Special Topics in Hispanic Literature.
LAC (SPA) 359: Spanish-American Civilization.
LAC (LPR) 363: Mexican Migration to the U.S.: History, Culture, and Civil Rights.
LAC 364: Through Foreign Eyes: Outsiders look at Mexico.
LAC (AAS) 400: Seminar: Slavery in the New World.
LAC 420: Latin American and Caribbean Seminar.
LAC (LPR) 490: Directed Independent Study.
Curriculum in Latino/Puerto Rican Studies
Latino/Puerto Rican Studies, B.A. (30 Credit Major)
Minor in Latino/Puerto Rican Studies
Women's Studies Option
Courses in Puerto Rican Studies
LPR (HIS) 212: History of Puerto Rico.
LPR 213: Culture and Globalization: Puerto Rican and Latino Identity Formation.
LPR (LAC ) 214: Literature of the Caribbean.
LPR 232: Family and Gender Relations Among Latinos.
LPR (POL) 234: Latino Politics.
LPR 242 (LAC 231): Latinos in the United States.
LPR 269: History of U.S. Latinos.
LPR (HIW) 300: Social and Economic History of Puerto Rico from the Industrial Revolution to the Present.
LPR 307: Puerto Rico in the Twentieth Century: 1898-Present.
LPR 308: The Economy of Puerto Rico.
LPR 309: Social and Political Movements in Puerto Rico.
LPR 311 (SOC 250): Migration and the Puerto Rican Community in the United States.
LPR (LAC) 312: Latino Migrations.
LPR (LAC) 316: The Visual Arts in the Hispanic Caribbean.
LPR (LAC)(MMS) 319: Latinos in Film.
LPR 320: Puerto Rican Literature in English: Nation and Diaspora.
LPR (LAC) 321: Latino New York
LPR (SPA) (ENG) 339: Latino Literature.
LPR (LAC) 341: Puerto Rican Music
LPR (HEA) 348: Latino Health.
LPR (LAC) 349: Latino Political Economy.
LPR (LAC) 350: Latino/Puerto Rican Studies Research Seminar.
LPR (MMS) 353: Latino Media.
LPR (LAC) 360: Variable Topics in Latino/Puerto Rican Studies.
LPR (LAC) 363: Mexican Migration to the U.S.: History, Culture and Civil Rights.
LPR 410: Puerto Rican Folklore and Popular Culture.
LPR (LAC) 490: Directed Independent Study.
Courses in the Lehman Scholars Program
LSP 150, 152, 153: Honors Seminar.
LSP 151: English Composition and Stylistics.
LSP 285: Independent Study.
LSP 350: Honors Seminar in the Fine and Performing Arts.
LSP 351: Honors Seminar in the Humanities.
LSP 352: Honors Seminar in the Natural Sciences.
LSP 353: Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences.
LSP 354: Honors Seminar in Mathematical Reasoning.
LSP 481: Honors Tutorial.
Linguistics, B.A. (30 Credit Major)
Minor in Linguistics
Honors in Linguistics
Courses in Linguistics
LNG 150: The Phenomena of Language.
LNG 160 (SPV 246): Introduction to Linguistics.
LNG (SPV) 245: Articulatory Phonetics.
LNG 266 (PHI 230): Symbolic Logic.
LNG (SPV) 312: Bilingualism.
LNG 321: Introduction to Syntax.
LNG 323: Introduction to Phonology.
LNG 324: Semantics.
LNG 334: Historical Linguistics.
LNG 335: Sociolinguistics: The Sociology of Language.
LNG 337: Conversational and Discourse Analysis.
LNG (WST) 338: Women, Men, and Language.
LNG (AAS) 339: African Languages.
LNG 340: Pragmatics.
LNG 341: The Evolution of Language.
LNG (PSY) 342: The Psychology of Literacy Development.
*LNG 444: Readings in Linguistics.
LNG 481: Honors Tutorial.
List of Courses Relevant to the Linguistics Major
Macaulay Honors College
Courses in Macaulay Honors College
MHC 350: The Arts in New York City.
MHC 351: The Peopling of New York City.
MHC 352: Science and Technology in New York City.
MHC 353: Shaping the Future of New York City.
MHC 354: Honors English: Composition and Style.
MHC 355: Research Seminar.
MHC 356: Special Topics in Culture and Society.
MHC 357: Special Topics in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.
Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematics, B.A. (40-44 Credit Major)
Computer Science, B.A. (43-44 Credit Major)
Computer Science, B.S. (56-60 Credit Major)
Computer Information Systems, B.S. (56-58 Credit Major)
Minor in Computer Applications (13-16 credits)
Minor in Computer Graphics and Imaging (12 credits)
Minor in Computer Science (12 credits)
Minor in Mathematics (12 credits)
Introductory Mathematics Courses (MAT)
*MAT 050: Applications of Arithmetic and Algebraic Skills.
MAT 080: Elementary Algebra.
MAT 090: Algebra and Geometry.
MAT 104: College Algebra.
MAT 123: A Problem-Solving Approach to Mathematics.
MAT 132: Introduction to Statistics.
MAT 135: Concepts and Uses of Mathematics.
MAT 155: Calculus I Laboratory.
MAT 156: Calculus II Laboratory.
MAT 161: Computer/Calculator Usage.
MAT 171: Problem Solving for Management, Economics, and Life Sciences.
MAT 172: Precalculus.
Enrichment Topics (Mini Courses)
MAT 180: Voting and Polling Problems.
MAT 181: Number Systems.
MAT 184: Codes and Number Patterns.
MAT 186: Geometry and the Real World.
MAT 189: Sets and Infinity.
MAT 192: Statistical Inference.
MAT 194: Games and Puzzles.
MAT 195: Gambling and Games of Chance.
MAT 197: Trees, Networks, Paths, and Flows.
MAT 199: Topics in Elementary Mathematics.
Courses in Mathematics (MAT)
MAT 126: Quantitative Reasoning.
MAT 139: The Mathematics of Games of Chance
MAT 174: Elements of Calculus.
MAT 175: Calculus I.
MAT 176: Calculus II.
MAT 226: Vector Calculus.
MAT 227: Intermediate Vector Calculus.
*MAT 231: Statistics for Biologists.
MAT 237: Applications of Discrete Mathematics.
MAT 300: Mathematical Models in the Social Sciences.
MAT 301: Applied Statistics and Computer Analysis.
MAT 305: Introduction to Topology.
MAT 313: Elements of Linear Algebra.
MAT 314: Algebra and Number Systems I.
MAT 315: Algebra and Number Systems II.
MAT 316: Theory of Numbers.
MAT 320: Analysis I.
*MAT 321: Analysis II.
MAT 323: Ordinary Differential Equations.
MAT 327: Statistical Inference.
MAT 330: Probability.
*MAT 335: Applied Mathematics I.
*MAT 336: Applied Mathematics II.
MAT 340: Foundations of Mathematics.
MAT 343: History of Mathematics.
MAT 345: Axiomatic Geometry.
MAT 346: Geometry.
MAT 347: Game Theory and Linear Programming.
MAT 348: Mathematical Methods for Management.
MAT 349: Operations Research.
MAT (CMP) 417: Cryptography.
MAT 423: Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable.
MAT 424: Partial Differential Equations and Applications.
MAT 432: Differential Geometry.
MAT 433: Topology.
MAT 434: Calculus on Manifolds.
MAT 441: Set Theory.
MAT 442: Mathematical Logic.
*MAT 450: Seminar in Algebra.
*MAT 451: Seminar in Geometry.
MAT 456: Topics in Mathematics.
MAT 485: Independent Study.
MAT 486: Independent Study.
Courses in Computer Science (CMP)
CMP 108: Programming for Non-Computer Science Majors.
CMP 230: Programming Methods I.
CMP 232: Elementary Discrete Structures and Applications to Computer Science.
CMP 270: Computer Programming in Visual Basic.
CMP 273: Computer Programming in Fortran.
CMP 274: Computer Programming in C++.
CMP 277: Computer Programming in Java.
CMP 279: Topics in Computer Programming.
CMP 326: Programming Methods II.
CMP 332: Numerical Methods.
CMP 334: Computer Organization.
CMP 335: Computer Organization Laboratory.
CMP 338: Data Structures and Algorithms I.
CMP 339: Programming Languages.
CMP 342: Internet Programming.
CMP 346: Object-Oriented Techniques.
CMP 405: Introduction to Networks.
CMP 406: Network Systems Lab.
CMP 407: Compiler Construction.
CMP 408: Software Engineering.
CMP 409: Security of Networks.
CMP 410: Data Structures and Algorithms II.
CMP 412: Computer Graphics.
CMP 414: Artificial Intelligence.
CMP 416: Computability Theory.
CMP (MAT) 417: Cryptography.
CMP 418: Systems Analysis and Design.
CMP 420: Database Systems.
CMP 425: System Programming Languages.
CMP 426: Operating Systems.
CMP 428: Video Game Programming.
CMP 436: Introduction to Enterprise Computing.
CMP 438: Communicating Robots.
CMP 444: Modeling Cellular Networks.
CMP 446: Computational Tools for Bioinformatics.
CMP 464: Topics in Computer Science.
CMP 485: Independent Study.
CMP 486: Independent Study.
CMP 487: Internship in Computer Science.
Courses in Computer Applications (CIS)
CIS 106: Computer Literacy.
CIS 166: Computer Programming for Information Processing I.
CIS 211: Computer Information Systems.
CIS 212: Microcomputer Architecture.
CIS 216: Computer Group Productivity Tools.
CIS 228: The Internet.
CIS 234: Introduction to Spreadsheet Analysis.
CIS 241: Computer Graphics in Business.
CIS 242: Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design.
CIS 244: Introduction to Database Management.
CIS 247: Practical UNIX: Programming and System Administration.
CIS 252: Topics in Computer Applications.
CIS 266: Computer Programming for Information Processing II.
CIS 324: Spreadsheet Design and Programming.
CIS 329: Local Area Networks (LANs).
CIS 331: Network Introduction.
CIS 333: Network Security.
CIS 341: Computer System Fundamentals.
CIS 344: Database Design and Programming.
CIS 345: Introduction to Operating Systems.
CIS 346: E-Commerce.
CIS 356: Intermediate-Level Topics in Computer Applications.
CIS 488: Internship in Computer Information Systems.
Courses in Computer Graphics and Imaging (CGI)
CGI (ART) 221: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web I.
CGI (ART) 222: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web II.
CGI (ART) 321: Computer Modeling and Design I.
CGI (ART) 322: Computer Modeling and Design II.
CGI (ART) 325: Digital Multimedia.
CGI (ART) 421: Computer Animation I.
CGI (ART) 422: Computer Animation II.
ART(CGI) 441: Broadcast Design.
CGI (ART) 451: Topics in Computer Imaging.
CGI (ART) 480: Senior Project.
CGI (ART) 481: Independent Study in Computer Imaging.
Middle Eastern Studies (Interdisciplinary Minor)
Courses in Middle Eastern Studies
MES (HEB) 202: Advanced Hebrew.
MES (ANT) 231: Selected Studies in Societies and Cultures: Middle East.
MES 245: Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies.
MES (HIS) 249: Islamic Civilization.
MES (GEH) 295: Middle East: A Regional Geographic Perspective.
MES (HIW) 301: Ottoman History.
MES (HIW) 302: Modern Middle Eastern History.
MES (HIW) 303: Contemporary Islamic Movements.
MES (HIW) (WST) 304: History of Women and Society in the Islamic Middle East.
MES (HIW ) 305: The Arab-Israeli Conflict.
MES (HCU) 326: Cultural Foundations of Modern Israel.
MES (HEB) 327: The Modern Hebrew Novel.
MES (POL) (SOC) 328: Gender Politics in Middle East & North African Societies.
MES (POL) 334: Political Systems in the Middle East.
MES 350: Topics in Middle Eastern History, Society, Politics, and Culture.
MES (ARH) 338: Islamic Art.
Relevant Courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Middle and High School Education
Teacher Education Programs in Middle and High School Education
Entrance, Continuation, and Exit Conditions for the Education Minor
Program Requirements for Undergraduate Secondary Teacher Education (Art, English, Foreign Language, Health, Mathematics, Science)
Program Requirements for Undergraduate Secondary Teacher Education in Social Studies
Individual Applicants for NYS Certification
Middle and High School Education (12 Credit Minor)
Courses in Middle and High School Education
ESC 135: Introduction to Secondary Education.
ESC 170: Introduction to Education in Nontraditional Settings.
*ESC 300: Human Relations.
ESC 301: Psychological Foundations of Middle and High School.
ESC 302: Social Foundations of Education: A Multicultural Perspective.
ESC 303: Sex Roles and Attitudes in Secondary Education.
*ESC 304: Theories of Prejudice and Stereotyping: Implications for Educational Settings.
*ESC 308: Current Issues and Problems in Education.
*ESC (ECE) 310: The Spanish-Speaking American in the Urban School Setting.
*ESC 315: American Education: Philosophical and Historical Foundations.
*ESC 400: Evaluation in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in Secondary and Continuing Education.
*ESC 403: Assessment in Secondary, Adult, and Business Education Settings.
*ESC 405: Teaching of English as a Second Language (Grades 7-12).
*ESC 406: Sex Education, Cultural Values, and Family Life.
*ESC 407: Bilingualism and Bilingual Education.
*ESC 408: Methods and Materials for Teaching Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
ESC 409: Instructional Strategies for Middle and High School.
ESC 410: Teaching Writing in Secondary School.
*ESC 411: Teaching Corrective Reading in Secondary School.
*ESC 412: Teaching Reading: The Use of Adolescents' Literature.
ESC 413: Teaching Developmental Reading in Secondary School.
ESC 414-440 and 445: Teaching a Subject in Secondary School.
ESC 414: Special Methods in Art.
ESC 419: Teaching Science in Middle and High School.
*ESC 420: Accounting and Business Subjects.
*ESC 421: Secretarial Subjects.
ESC 422: Teaching English in Middle and High School.
ESC 424: Teaching Foreign Languages in Middle and High School.
ESC 429: Language and Literacies Acquisition in Secondary Education.
*ESC 431: Family & Consumer Studies.
ESC 432: Teaching Mathematics in Middle and High School.
ESC 433: Teaching World History to Middle and High School Students.
ESC 434: Teaching Social Studies in Middle and High School.
*ESC 435: Speech.
*ESC 436: Clerical Subjects.
ESC 437: Teaching Health in Middle and High School.
*ESC (PRS) 440: Puerto Rican Studies
*ESC 442: Teaching Environmental Science.
*ESC 443: The Systematic Design of Instruction for Business and Industry.
*ESC 444: Delivering Instruction in Business and Industry.
*ESC 445: Recreation Studies.
ESC 462: Teaching Language Arts in Languages Other than English.
ESC 463: Special Needs Education: The Identification, Instruction, and Assessment of Special Needs Populations in Middle School and High School Settings.
ESC 470: Student Teaching in the Middle and High School Grades.
ESC 475: Community Change Model: Creating New Communities.
ESC 4480: Teaching Problem Solving in Mathematics in Middle and High School.
Music, B.S. (64 Credit Major)
Courses in Music History
MSH 114: Introduction to Music.
MSH 115: World Music.
*MSH 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, and 233: The Literature of Music.
228: Orchestral Music
229: The Concerto
230: Choral Literature
231: Chamber Music
232: The Art Song
233: Piano Music
*MSH 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, and 239: Opera.
234: Opera: 1600 to 1830.
235: Opera: 1830 to Twentieth Century.
236: The Operas of Mozart.
237: The Operas of Wagner.
238: Twentieth-Century Opera.
239: Italian Opera.
*MSH 245: American Musical Traditions.
*MSH 250: Master Composers.
*MSH 266: Folk and Traditional Music.
MSH 269: Jazz: Literature and Evolution.
MSH 270: Jazz: Literature and Evolution Since 1950.
MSH 330: Introduction to Music History and Culture.
MSH 331: Music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
MSH 332: Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras.
MSH 333: Music of the Romantic and Early Modernist Eras.
MSH 334: Music Since 1945.
MSH 350: Topics in Ethnomusicology.
Courses in Music Theory
MST 100: Fundamentals of Music Theory.
MST 236: Theory I.
MST 237: Theory II.
MST 238: Theory III.
MST 239: Theory IV.
MST 241: Introduction to the Structure & Literature of Music I.
MST 242: Introduction to the Structure & Literature of Music II.
MST 266: Musicianship I.
MST 267: Musicianship II.
MST 268: Musicianship III.
MST 269: Musicianship IV.
*MST 312: Fugue I.
*MST 313: Fugue II.
MST 315: Orchestration I.
MST 316: Orchestration II.
MST 317: Form and Analysis I.
MST 318: Form and Analysis II.
MST 319: Composition I.
MST 320: Composition II.
MST 321: Electronic Music I.
MST 322: Electronic Music II.
MST 485: Independent Studies in Music.
MST 496: Senior Project.
Courses in Musical Performance
MSP 100: Chorus.
MSP 166: Strings I.
MSP 167: Strings II.
MSP 168: Woodwinds I.
MSP 169: Woodwinds II.
MSP 170: Brass I.
MSP 171: Brass II.
MSP 172: Percussion.
*MSP 185: Elementary Guitar Playing.
MSP 190: Piano.
MSP 201: The College Choir.
*MSP 202: The Chamber Choir.
MSP 203: Band.
MSP 204: Orchestra.
MSP 205: Ensemble for Voices and/or Instruments.
MSP 210: Instruction in Principal Instrument or Voice.
MSP 226: Voice I.
MSP 227: Voice II.
MSP 246: Instrumental Laboratory Ensemble.
MSP 340: Instrumental Music Methods.
MSP 445: Conducting.
MSP 446: Conducting.
NSS 470: Science Internship.
Requirements for Entrance into the Bachelor of Science Program in Nursing (Generic)
Requirements for Entrance into the Bachelor of Science Program in Nursing for Registered Nurses (Licensed in New York State)
Application to the Nursing Program
Nursing, B.S. (75 Credit Major)
Nursing, B.S. (37.5 Credit Major)
Department Grade Requirement
Time Limit to Complete the Nursing Program
Courses in Nursing
HIN 268: Growth and Development.
HIN 269: Analysis and Action for Community Health.
NUR 300: Nursing as a Human Science.
NUR 301: Therapeutic Intervention I: Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice.
NUR 302: Ways of Knowing in Nursing.
NUR 303: Therapeutic Intervention II: Adult Health Nursing.
NUR 304: Therapeutic Intervention III: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing.
NUR 330: Pharmacologic Basis of Nursing Practice.
NUR 344: Altered Health States.
NUR 400: Professional Nursing Practice.
NUR 405: Therapeutic Intervention IV: Childbearing and Childrearing Families.
NUR 406: Clinical Decision Making.
NUR 408: Trends and Issues in Nursing and Healthcare.
NUR 409: Therapeutic Intervention V: Nursing Synthesis.
NUR 410: Professional Nursing Management.
NUR 489: Honors Project.
Courses of Interest
NUR (SOC) 240: Death, Dying, and Bereavement.
NUR 350: Topics in Nursing.
NUR 385: Independent Study in Nursing.
Philosophy (24 Credit Major)
Philosophy (12 Credit Minor)
Courses in Philosophy
PHI 169: Critical Reasoning.
PHI 170: Introduction to Logic.
PHI 171: Problems of Philosophy.
PHI 172: Contemporary Moral Issues.
PHI 173: Justice and Society.
PHI 174: Theories of Human Nature.
PHI 175: Philosophy of Religion.
PHI 176: Philosophy of Freedom.
PHI 177: Philosophy of Contemporary Music.
PHI (POL) 218: Fundamentals of Human Rights and Peace.
PHI 221: Ethical Issues in Computing and Technology.
PHI (WST) 225: Philosophy and Gender.
PHI 230 (LNG 266): Symbolic Logic.
PHI 231: Language, Meaning, and Knowledge.
PHI 232: Classical Ethical Theories.
PHI 233: Aesthetics.
PHI 234: Philosophy of Law.
PHI 235: Political Philosophy.
PHI 236: Social Philosophy.
PHI 237: Issues in the Philosophy of Religion.
PHI 238: Asian Philosophies.
PHI 239: Philosophical Ideas in Literature.
PHI 240: Philosophy of History.
PHI 241: Existentialism and Phenomenology.
PHI 242: History of Philosophy I: Ancient.
PHI 243: History of Philosophy II: Modern.
PHI 244: History of Philosophy III: Later Modern.
PHI 245: American Philosophy.
PHI 246: Philosophies of the Self.
PHI 247: Environmental Ethics.
PHI 250: Contemporary Social Ethics.
PHI 251: History of Philosophy IV: Twentieth Century.
PHI 265: Special Topics in Philosophy.
PHI (AAS) 269: Introduction to African Philosophy.
PHI 281: Readings in Philosophy.
PHI 330: Business Ethics.
PHI (AAS) 305: African Philosophical Thought.
PHI (DST) 336: Disability, Ethics and the Body.
PHI (AAS) (SOC) 338: Race and Ethnicity in Society.
PHI 343: Philosophy of Technology.
PHI 350: Logical Theory.
PHI 351: Logic and Language.
PHI 352: Probability and Induction.
PHI 353: Philosophy of Science.
PHI (SOC) 354: Philosophy of the Social Sciences.
PHI 355: Theory of Knowledge.
PHI 356: Metaphysics.
PHI 358: Ethical Theory.
PHI 359: Philosophical Problems in Legal Theory.
PHI 360: Philosophy of Protest and Liberation.
PHI 361: Nineteenth-Century Continental Philosophy.
PHI 362: Analytic Philosophy.
PHI (HCU) 363: Introduction to Jewish Philosophy.
PHI (POL) 364: Capitalism and Its Critics.
PHI 365: Special Topics in Philosophy.
PHI (POL) 369: Global Justice.
PHI 462: Seminar in Philosophy and Social Policy.
PHI 465: Special Topics in Philosophy.
PHI (CLT) 481: Readings in Philosophy.
PHI 482: Honors Tutorial.
Physics and Astronomy
Physics, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Physics, B.S. (54 Credit Major)
Minor in Physics
Preparation for Secondary School Teaching
Courses in Humanities and Social Studies
Courses in Physics
PHY 131: Conceptual Physics.
PHY 135: Fundamental Concepts and Methods of Physics.
PHY 140: The Physics of Sound.
PHY 141: Sound, Speech, and Music.
PHY 145: Light and Color.
PHY 151: Energy and the Environment.
PHY 166: General Physics I.
PHY 167: General Physics II.
PHY 168: Introductory Physics I.
PHY 169: Introductory Physics II.
*PHY 215: Medical Physics.
PHY 251: Intermediate Physics Laboratory I.
PHY 252: Environmental Physics.
PHY 300: Modern Physics.
PHY 301: Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism.
PHY 302: Intermediate Mechanics.
PHY 303: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics.
PHY 304: Optics.
PHY 305: Digital Electronics.
*PHY (AST) 306: Astrophysics.
PHY 307: Mathematical Physics.
PHY 310: Nuclear Physics.
PHY 350: Intermediate Physics Laboratory II.
PHY 351: Intermediate Physics Laboratory III.
PHY 355: Special Topics in Physics.
PHY 400: Introductory Quantum Mechanics.
PHY 401: Solid State Physics.
*PHY 403: Theoretical Mechanics.
*PHY 404: Electromagnetic Theory.
PHY 489: Honors Course.
Courses in Astronomy
AST 101: Introduction to Astronomy.
AST 117: Astronomy of Stellar Systems.
AST 136: Astronomy of the Solar System.
AST 137: Solar Astronomy.
AST 180: General Astronomy I.
AST 181: General Astronomy II.
*AST (PHY) 306: Astrophysics.
Political Science, B.A. (39-40 Credit Major)
Global Studies, B.A. (15 Credit Minor)
Law and Government, B.A. (18 Credit Minor)
Urban Community Development (Interdisciplinary minor)
Courses in Political Science
POL 150: Contemporary Political Issues.
POL 166: The American Political System.
POL 172: Great Political Thinkers.
POL 211: Public Policy.
POL 217: Criminal Justice.
POL (PHI) 218: Fundamentals of Human Rights and Peace.
POL (RUS) 220: Russia Today.
POL 226: Classical and Medieval Political Philosophy.
POL 227: Modern Political Philosophy.
POL 228: Democracy and Its Critics.
POL 229: Classical Political Economy.
POL 230: Immigration and Citizenship.
POL (LPR) 234: Latino Politics.
POL 240: International Politics.
POL 241: Globalization.
POL 245: Political Analysis and Interpretation.
POL 331 (SOC 301): Methods of Social Research.
POL 265: Topics in Political Science.
POL 266: Politics and Culture.
POL 268: Introduction to Comparative Politics.
POL 299: Law, Computers, and the Internet: The Politics of Information Technology.
POL 300: The American Presidency.
POL 301: Legislative Politics.
POL 302: The Judiciary.
POL 303: Constitutional Law: Government Structures and Powers.
POL 304: Constitutional Law: Personal Rights and Liberties.
POL 305: Public Administration.
POL 306: Political Parties, Campaigns, and Elections.
POL 307: Political Power in America.
POL 308: American Foreign Policy.
POL 309: State and Local Politics.
POL 310: Urban Politics and Government.
POL (COM) 311: Freedom of Speech.
POL 312: Jurisprudence.
POL 313: Political Issues in New York City.
POL 314: Urban Policy
POL 315: The Politics of American Poverty.
POL 316: Organizing an Election Campaign.
POL 317: The Politics of American Public Education.
POL 318: The Politics of Health.
POL 319. Contemporary Political Thought.
POL 320 (SOC 335): Education, Politics, and Society: Global and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
POL 321: American Political Thought.
POL 322: Non-Western Political Thought.
POL 323: Marxism.
POL (SOC) 324: Sociology of Politics.
POL 325: Psychology and Politics.
POL (SOC) 326: Political Socialization.
POL (ECO) 327: Comparative Labor Movements.
POL (SOC) (MES) 328: Gender Politics in Middle East, and North African Societies.
POL 329: Political Systems in Europe.
POL 330: The Russian Political System.
POL (LAC) 332: Political Systems in Latin America.
POL 333: Political Systems in Africa.
POL (MES) 334: Political Systems in the Middle East.
POL 335: Major Asian Political Systems.
POL (LAC) 336: Political Systems of Central America and the Caribbean.
POL 337: Public Opinion and Polling.
POL 338: Nationalism and Challenges to National Unity.
POL 339: Human Rights.
POL 340: Law in Action.
POL (WST) 341: Women and Politics.
POL (AAS) 342: African-Americans in the Political System.
POL 343: International and Regional Organizations.
POL 344: International Law.
POL 345: Integration of the Americas.
POL 346 (SOC 303): Advanced Methods of Social Research.
POL 347: The Law of Diplomacy, Treaties, and War.
POL 348: International Conflict and Conflict Resolution.
POL 365: Special Problems in Political Science.
POL 366: Global Political Economy.
POL 367: Political Economy of Development.
POL 368: Global Environmental Politics.
POL (PHI ) 369: Global Justice.
POL 389: Political Research Laboratory.
POL 451: Selected Problems in Political Science.
POL (SOC) 470: Seminar and Internship Program in New York City Government.
POL 471: Seminar and Internship Program in Law.
POL 4720: Model United Nations.
POL 478: Political Science Senior Research Seminar.
POL 481: Honors Tutorial.
Courses in Political Science Grouped by Area of Study
Psychology, B.A. (35 Credit Major)
Courses in Psychology
PSY 135: Psychology of Personal Adjustment.
PSY 165: Critical Thinking in Psychology.
PSY 166: General Psychology.
PSY 201: Science and Practice of Psychology.
PSY (WST) 209: Psychology of Women.
PSY 217: Child Psychology.
PSY 218: Psychology of Adolescence.
PSY 219: Psychology of Adulthood and Aging.
PSY 226: Statistical Methods in Psychology.
PSY 232: Childhood Psychopathology.
PSY 234: Abnormal Psychology.
PSY 238: Environmental Psychology.
PSY 240: Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
PSY 245: Psychological Testing and Assessment.
PSY 248: Introduction to Primate Behavior Studies.
PSY 305: Experimental Psychology I.
PSY 306: Experimental Psychology II.
PSY 307: Research in Social Psychology.
PSY 308: Motivation and Emotion.
PSY 310: Psychology of Learning.
Psychology of Memory
PSY 314: Cognitive Psychology.
PSY 316: Physiological Psychology.
PSY 317: Psychology of Sensation and Perception.
PSY 318: Comparative Psychology and Ethology.
PSY 319: Social and Emotional Development.
PSY 320: Theories of Personality.
PSY 326: Advanced Statistical Methods in Psychology.
PSY 328 (WST 348): Family Psychology.
PSY 330: Social Psychology.
PSY 331: Psychology and the Law.
PSY 335: Health Psychology.
PSY 336: The Psychology of Ethnicity.
PSY 338: Community Psychology.
PSY 340: Evolutionary Psychology.
PSY (LNG) 342: The Psychology of Literacy Development.
PSY 348: History of Psychology.
PSY 350: Special Topics in Geropsychology.
PSY 366: Clinical Neuropsychology.
PSY 410: Learning Theory.
PSY 415: Seminar in Theories of Developmental Psychology.
PSY 416: Seminar in Physiological Psychology.
PSY 417: Seminar in Perception.
PSY 430: Seminar in Social Psychology.
PSY 433: Methods of Psychological Intervention.
PSY 434: Seminar in Abnormal Psychology.
PSY 440: Seminar in Psychological Services.
PSY 445: Seminar in Psychological Testing and Assessment.
PSY 450: Advanced Seminar in Contemporary Issues in Psychology.
PSY 470: Practicum in Psychological Services.
PSY 485: Independent Study in Psychology.
PSY 495: Honors Research in Psychology.
Quantitative Systems Biology
Quantitative Systems Biology (16 Credit Minor)
Social Work, B.A. (55 Credit Major)
Courses in Social Work
SWK 237: Introduction to Social Work.
SWK 239: Social Welfare Institutions.
SWK 2410: Social Work Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Clients.
SWK 242: Social Work Practice with Older Adults.
SWK 250: Special Studies in Social Work.
SWK 251: Introduction to Social Work Practice with Substance Abusing Clients.
SWK 305: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I.
SWK 306: Human Behavior and the Social Environment II.
SWK 311: Social Work Practice I.
SWK 312: Social Work II.
SWK 342: Social Welfare Policies in an Aging Society.
SWK 351: Theories and Social Work Practice Interventions with Substance Abusing Clients.
SWK 381: Tutorial in Social Work.
SWK 440: Fieldwork Seminar I.
SWK 441: Fieldwork Seminar II.
SWK 443: Social Welfare Policy.
SWK 470: Fieldwork I.
SWK 471: Fieldwork II.
SWK 485: Honors Seminar in Social Work.
SWK 495: Honors Tutorial in Social Work.
Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor
Field Placement Agencies
Sociology, B.A. (30 Credit Major)
Areas of Study Within Sociology
Courses in Sociology
SOC 166: Fundamentals of Sociology.
SOC (DST) 220: Social Scientific Perspectives on Health and Disability.
SOC 222: The Women's Movement in the United States—Eighteenth Century to the Present.
SOC 223: Quantitative Reasoning and Data Analysis for Social Scientists.
SOC 225: Women and Religion.
SOC 226: Social Movements.
SOC 227 (WST 237): Sociology of the Family.
SOC 228 (WST 218): Gender and Society.
SOC 229: Sociology of Leisure.
SOC 230: Criminology.
SOC 231: Social Problems.
SOC 233: Youth in Modern Society.
SOC 234: Urban Sociology.
SOC 235: Education and Society.
SOC 236: Mind, Self, and Society.
SOC 237: Ethnic Stratification.
SOC 238: Religion in America.
SOC 239: Sociology of Culture.
SOC (NUR) 240: Death, Dying, and Bereavement.
*SOC 241: Nature and Function of Social Groups.
SOC 242 (HIS 342)(HCU 342): Anti-Semitism from Early Christianity to Hitler.
SOC 243: The Aged in Modern Society.
SOC 245: Social Processes of Global Interdependencies.
SOC 249 (MMS 244): Communication in Society.
SOC 250: Racial and Ethnic Communities in the United States.
SOC 251: Special Studies in Sociology.
SOC 252: Religious Groups.
SOC 255: Selected Topics in Social Policy.
SOC 267: Social Statistics.
SOC 281: Tutorial in Sociology.
SOC 300: The Sociological Imagination.
SOC 301 (POL 331): Methods of Social Research.
SOC 302: Foundations of Modern Sociological Theories.
SOC 303 (POL 346): Advanced Methods of Social Research.
SOC 304: Collective Behavior.
SOC 305: Sociology of Health Care.
SOC 306: Sociology of Work.
SOC 307: Mass Communication and Public Opinion.
SOC 308: Modern Organizations.
SOC 309: Social Inequality.
SOC 310: Knowledge, Science, and Society.
*SOC 314: Social Change and Social Planning.
*SOC 317: Comparative Analysis of Modern Industrial Societies.
SOC 319: Population and Society.
SOC 320: Immigration and Adaptation.
SOC 321: The Sociology of Food and Nutrition.
SOC (WST) 322: Sociology of Gender and Reproduction.
SOC (POL) 324: Sociology of Politics.
SOC (POL) 326: Political Socialization.
SOC (POL) (MES) 328: Gender and Society in Middle East and North African Societies.
SOC 327: Sociology of American Policy-Making.
SOC 332: Religion and Society.
SOC (DST) 333: Sociology of Disability.
SOC 334: Urban Sociology in Global Perspective.
SOC 335 (POL 320): Education, Politics, and Society: Global and Cross-Cultural Perspectives.
SOC (PHI)(AAS) 338: Race and Ethnicity in Society.
SOC 339: American Demography.
SOC 343: Sociological Theories of Aging.
SOC 344: Qualitative Methods.
SOC 345: Statistics for Social Scientists.
SOC 350: Selected Topics in Race and Ethnicity.
SOC 402: Methods of Data Collection and Analysis.
SOC 351: Issues and Problems in Sociology Theory.
SOC (PHI)(CLT) 354: Philosophy of the Social Sciences.
SOC 450: Seminar in Selected Problems of Sociology.
SOC 460: Honors Seminar - Special Topics.
SOC (POL) 470: Seminar and Internship Program in New York Government.
SOC 481: Advanced Tutorial in Sociology.
SOC 3520: Selected Topics in Social Research.
SOC 3530: Selected Topics on Race and Ethnicity.
Speech Pathology and Audiology, B.A. (36 Credit Major)
Courses in Speech Pathology and Audiology
SPV 101: Introduction to American Sign Language I.
SPV 102: Elementary American Sign Language 2.
SPV 162: Language, Speech, and Hearing.
SPV 221 (LNG 230): Language Acquisition.
*SPV 230: Survey of Speech and Hearing Problems.
SPV (LNG) 245: Articulatory Phonetics.
SPV 246: Introduction to Linguistics.
SPV 247: Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech Mechanism.
SPV 248: Acoustic Phonetics.
SPV 249: Hearing Science.
SPV 300: Neurolinguistics of Aging.
SPV (LNG) 312: Bilingualism.
SPV 322 (LNG 321): Introduction to Syntax.
SPV (LNG) 323: Introduction to Phonology.
SPV (LNG) 324: Semantics.
*SPV 325: The Contrastive Analysis of English with Other Languages.
SPV 326: Speech Pathology: Functional Disorders.
SPV 327: Speech Pathology: Organic Disorders.
SPV 328: Introduction to Audiology.
*SPV 329: Social and Regional Dialects of English.
SPV 429: Organization of Speech and Hearing Programs.
SPV 430: Clinical Observation in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
*SPV 453: Special Studies in Speech and Hearing Sciences.
SPV 487: Independent Study in Speech and Hearing Sciences.
SPV 491: Research Project in Speech and Hearing Sciences.
Urban Studies (Interdisciplinary)
Urban Studies Program
Courses in Urban Studies
URB 450: Urban Studies Seminar.
URB 470: Field Research.
Women's Studies (Interdisciplinary)
Courses in Women's Studies
WST (ANT) 206: Anthropological Perspectives on Women and Men.
WST (PSY) 209: Psychology of Women.
WST 218 (SOC 228): Gender and Society.
WST 220: Introduction to Women's Studies.
WST (AAS) 228: The African-American Family.
WST (AAS) 239: Black Women in American Society.
WST (AAS) 240: Women in African Society.
WST 250: Topics in Women and Society.
WST 255: Topics in Women and Religion.
WST 260: Topics in the History of the Women's Movement.
WST (HEA) 302: Women and Health.
WST (HIW) (MES) 304: History of Women and Society in the Islamic Middle East.
WST (HIA) (ACU) 311: Women in Antiquity.
WST (SOC) 322: Sociology of Gender and Reproduction.
WST (MMJ) 330: Women, Minorities, and the Media.
WST (LNG) 338: Women, Men, and Language.
WST (HIU)(AAS) 340: History of African American Women.
WST (ENG) 344: Women Writers in English.
WST (ENG) 345: Topics in Gender and Sexuality.
WST (AAS) 347: Black Feminisms.
WST 348 (PSY 328): Family Psychology.
WST 481: Senior Seminar in Women's Studies.
List I: Women's Studies and Cross-Listed Courses
List II: Background Courses
Faculty and Administration
Board of Trustees
Officers of the City University of New York
Lehman College Administration
Permanent Instructional Staff (Teaching)
Board of Trustees Rules and Regulations on Campus Conduct
Statement of Nondiscrimination
The City University Of New York Policies And Procedures Concerning Sexual Assault, Stalking, And Domestic And Intimate Partner Violence Against Students
Lehman College Records Policy
New York State Education Law Section 224-A
College Policies, Procedures & Regulations
The City University of New York Computer User Responsibilities
Freedom of Speech
Drug and Alcohol Usage
Attendance and Absences
Solicitation on Campus
Representing the College
Extracurricular Activities and Programs
Notification of Student Immunization Requirements
Freedom of Information Law Notice
CUNY Policy on Academic Integrity
Procedures for Imposition of Sanctions for Violations of CUNY Policy on Academic Integrity
The City University of New York Campus and Workplace Violence Policy
Notice of Access to Campus Crime Statistics, the Campus Security Report, and Information on Registered Sex Offenders
Athletic Program Participation Notice
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