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    The College of New Rochelle
   
 
  Sep 20, 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

 

English

   •  ENG 285 - Women in the Modern American Novel
   •  ENG 286 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 324 - Twentieth-Century American Fiction
   •  ENG 370 - Seminar: Virginia Woolf and the High Moderns
   •  ENG 381 - Seminar: European Masters
   •  ENG 385 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 386 - Special Topcs
   •  ENG 387 - Seminar: Jane Austen: Marriage as Meaning
   •  ENG 388 - Seminar: Forbidden Loves: Literature 1200 to the present
   •  ENG 389 - Seminar: The Brontës
   •  ENG 395 - Internship
   •  ENG 397 - Seminar: Sylvia Plath: Predecessors and Progeny
   •  ENG 400 - English Thesis
   •  ENG 446 - Crossing Cultural Borders: Life Stories of Hispanic and African Women Writers in the Americas

Environmental Studies

   •  ENV 101 - Environmental Colloquium I
   •  ENV 114 - Citizen Science
   •  ENV 201 - Environmental Colloquium II
   •  ENV 330 - Environmental Studies of the Hudson Valley
   •  ENV 495 - Internship in Environmental Studies

French

   •  FRN 101 - Elementary French
   •  FRN 102 - Elementary French
   •  FRN 201 - Intermediate French Grammar Review
   •  FRN 204 - Basic French Conversation
   •  FRN 207 - Introduction to France
   •  FRN 209 - Intermediate French Conversation
   •  FRN 210 - French Phonetics and Speech
   •  FRN 228 - Women in the Arab World
   •  FRN 301 - Contemporary French Readings
   •  FRN 302 - Advanced French Conversation
   •  FRN 304 - French Stylistics and Composition
   •  FRN 306 - French for Business and International Relations
   •  FRN 307 - Modern France
   •  FRN 308 - The Modern French-Speaking World
   •  FRN 310 - French Civilization
   •  FRN 401 - Advanced French Grammar
   •  FRN 413 - Development of the French Theater: Middle Ages through the 19th Century
   •  FRN 415 - French Novel and Society
   •  FRN 419 - Contemporary French Literature: A Seminar
   •  FRN 425 - French Enlightenment
   •  FRN 485 - Independent Study
   •  FRN 489 - Special Topics
   •  FRN 490 - Capstone Seminar: Mediterranean Studies
   •  FRN 495 - Internship

History

   •  HIS 101 - Introduction to America
   •  HIS 102 - American History II
   •  HIS 120 - Themes in Latin American History
   •  HIS 130 - The History of Greece and Rome
   •  HIS 131 - Medieval History
   •  HIS 136 - Rise of Modern Europe
   •  HIS 141 - Africa the Continent
   •  HIS 204 - Two Americas: US and Latin America
   •  HIS 206 - Women in American History
   •  HIS 208 - History of the American West
   •  HIS 220 - Evolution of Caribbean Culture
   •  HIS 221 - Cuba in the World
   •  HIS 223 - Political History of American Warfare
   •  HIS 230 - Renaissance and Reformation
   •  HIS 233 - Island Peoples: British Identity and the Inner Empire
   •  HIS 235 - Ireland's British Problem: Postcolonialism
   •  HIS 240 - The Middle East
   •  HIS 241 - Modern Africa
   •  HIS 255 - Introduction to India
   •  HIS 260 - Divided Societies: South Africa & Northern Ireland
   •  HIS 272 - Struggle for Civil Rights in America
   •  HIS 300 - Vietnam: History of the War Years
   •  HIS 304 - The Immigrant Experience
   •  HIS 306 - The Sixties in America
   •  HIS 332 - Modern England
   •  HIS 335 - Women in Revolutionary Tradition
   •  HIS 337 - Modern Spain: Nationalism and Identity
   •  HIS 360 - Twentieth Century Global Issues: Roots
   •  HIS 366 - Women's Autobiography/Biography
   •  HIS 370 - Race, Sport and Society
   •  HIS 385 - Independent Study
   •  HIS 390 - Reading Seminar
   •  HIS 395 - Internship
   •  HIS 399 - Cooperative Education
   •  HIS 401 - Thesis Proposal
   •  HIS 491 - Senior Thesis

Honors

   •  HON 101 - The First Year Experience
   •  HON 105 - Honors Critical Research Essay
   •  HON 108 - Topics in Identity
   •  HON 110 - The First-Year Experience
   •  HON 110L - First-Year Experience Student Development Workshop
   •  HON 385 - Honors Colloquium
   •  HON 386 - Honors Colloquium
   •  HON 490 - Senior Symposium
   •  HON 491 - Senior Symposium

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  INS 110 - The First-Year Experience
   •  INS 110L - First-Year Experience Student Development Workshop
   •  INS 120 - First-Year Seminar
   •  INS 201 - Globalization and Discontent
   •  INS 202 - Marx for the Millennium
   •  INS 400 - Viewpoints: Special Topics
   •  INS 401 - Viewpoints: Global Perspectives on Women's Rights
   •  INS 402 - Viewpoints: Human Rights, a Twentieth-Century Issue
   •  INS 403 - Viewpoints: The Body in Question
   •  INS 404 - Viewpoints: Children's and Families' Rights: A Global Perspective
   •  INS 405 - Viewpoints: Culture and Human Rights in the Francophone Caribbean (Haiti, Guadeloupe and Martinique)
   •  INS 406 - Viewpoints: Multinational Corporations, Business Ethics and Human Rights
 

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