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    The College of New Rochelle
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 School of Arts & Sciences

Course Descriptions


Number Code

Courses are numbered according to the following guidelines:

  100 - 199 indicate introductory level
  200 - 299 indicate intermediate level
  300 - 499 indicate advanced level

Suffix Codes

Professional courses are designated by the letter Z after the course number. Courses in the Liberal Arts Core Program are designated as follows:

A = Literature and the Arts
R = Religious Studies
P = Philosophical Approaches
Y = Social Analysis
F = Foreign Language
S = Scientific Inquiry
VP = Viewpoints

 

Communication Arts

   •  MEA 305 - Sports Marketing
   •  MEA 310 - Sports Media
   •  MEA 330 - Broadcast Journalism
   •  MEA 340 - Online Journalism
   •  MEA 351 - American & International Cinema
   •  MEA 353 - Major Filmakers
   •  MEA 403 - Advertising Strategy and Techniques
   •  MEA 413 - Mount Public Relations Campaigns
   •  MEA 430 - Broadcast Journalism
   •  MEA 453 - Film Theory and Criticism
   •  MEA 468Z - Advanced Video Production
   •  MEA 479Z - Digital Editing
   •  MEA 485 - Independent Study in Media Arts
   •  MEA 487 - Digital Multimedia
   •  MEA 489 - Special Topics
   •  MEA 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  MEA 495 - Internship
   •  MEA 499 - Coop Education

Early Childhood Certification

   •  ECE 511 - Curriculum Development in Early Childhood

Economics

   •  ECO 101 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 102 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 106 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECO 142 - American Economic History
   •  ECO 161 - Contemporary Economic Issues for Human Services Professionals
   •  ECO 222 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECO 234 - Public Economics
   •  ECO 240 - Money and Banking
   •  ECO 241 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECO 252 - Labor Economics
   •  ECO 253 - International Economics
   •  ECO 290 - Health Economics
   •  ECO 305 - Economic Development and Social Transformation
   •  ECO 390 - Reading Seminar
   •  ECO 401 - Senior Thesis Proposal
   •  ECO 485 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 491 - Senior Thesis
   •  ECO 495 - Internship in Economics

Education

   •  EDU 118 - Orientation to Teaching
   •  EDU 120 - Education of Students with Diverse Needs
   •  EDU 211 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 239Z - Theory and Practice of Instruction
   •  EDU 326 - Bridging Cultures
   •  EDU 330 - Environmental Studies of the Hudson Valley
   •  EDU 337Z - Methods of Teaching in the Secondary School
   •  EDU 342Z - Materials and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages
   •  EDU 348Z - The Middle School
   •  EDU 349Z - The Teaching of Art in Secondary School
   •  EDU 351 - Integrated Uses of Multimedia Technology
   •  EDU 359Z - The Teaching of Art in Elementary School
   •  EDU 361Z - Reading I: Emergent Literacy
   •  EDU 363 - Children's Literature
   •  EDU 364Z - Reading II: Integrated Language Arts, Gr.4-9
   •  EDU 366Z - Content, Methods, and Materials of Teaching Mathematics
   •  EDU 367Z - Content, Methods, and Materials of Teaching Science
   •  EDU 370Z - Field Work in Education
   •  EDU 372Z - Fieldwork: Early Childhood Education
   •  EDU 373z - Fieldwork: Middle Childhood Education
   •  EDU 375Z - Curriculum and Techniques of Teaching Children with Disabilities in Inclusive and Self-Contained Settings
   •  EDU 376Z - Fieldwork: Students with Disabilities
   •  EDU 378Z - Fieldwork: Adolescence Education
   •  EDU 380Z - Assessment of Children in Inclusive Settings
   •  EDU 381 - Art and Technology Across the Curriculum
   •  EDU 382 - Multicultural Education
   •  EDU 385Z - Independent Study in Education
   •  EDU 491Z - Practicum in Early Childhood Education
   •  EDU 492Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Secondary School
   •  EDU 493Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Elementary School
   •  EDU 494Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Special Education
   •  EDU 495Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Art
   •  EDU 496Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Elementary School
   •  EDU 497Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Middle School
   •  EDU 498Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Secondary School
   •  EDU 499Z - Observation and Student Teaching: Art

English

   •  ENG 111 - Survey of American Literature I
   •  ENG 112 - Survey of American Literature II
   •  ENG 113 - Survey of English Literature I
   •  ENG 114 - Survey of English Literature II
   •  ENG 118 - Survey of Adolescent Literature
   •  ENG 137 - Modern British Poetry
   •  ENG 167 - Women's Multicultural Literature
   •  ENG 171 - Masterpieces of World Literature
   •  ENG 220 - Nineteenth-Century American Literature
   •  ENG 225 - Modern American Poets
   •  ENG 226 - Modern American Drama
   •  ENG 228 - Introduction to Literary Theory, Criticism, and Research
   •  ENG 231 - Medieval English Literature
   •  ENG 232 - English Renaissance Literature
   •  ENG 234 - Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Literature
   •  ENG 236 - Nineteenth-Century English Novel
   •  ENG 237 - English Victorian Literature
   •  ENG 238 - Modern British Novel
   •  ENG 239 - English Romanticism
   •  ENG 242 - Arthurian Literature
   •  ENG 249 - Modern Irish Literature
   •  ENG 262 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 264 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 277 - African-American Literature
   •  ENG 280 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 282 - Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENG 283 - Playwriting
 

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