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    The College of New Rochelle
   
 
  Dec 13, 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

 

Social Work

   •  SOW 340 - Case Management
   •  SOW 385 - Independent Study
   •  SOW 399 - Cooperative Education
   •  SOW 414Z - Social Welfare Policy
   •  SOW 427Z - Generalist Practice II
   •  SOW 428Z - Generalist Practice III
   •  SOW 492Z - Senior Seminar
   •  SOW 497Z - Field Instruction in Social Work I
   •  SOW 498Z - Field Instruction in Social Work II

Sociology

   •  SOC 100 - Introductory Sociology
   •  SOC 131 - Sociology of Women and the Family
   •  SOC 210 - Racial and Ethnic Minorities
   •  SOC 221 - Community Action Colloquium
   •  SOC 228 - Women in the Arab World
   •  SOC 240 - Technology and Society
   •  SOC 250 - Criminology
   •  SOC 260 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  SOC 270 - Growing Up Female
   •  SOC 280 - Childhood and Society
   •  SOC 321 - Urban Society
   •  SOC 350 - Sociological Theory
   •  SOC 360 - Sociology and Gender
   •  SOC 390 - Reading Seminar
   •  SOC 395 - Internships in Sociology
   •  SOC 401 - Senior Thesis Proposal
   •  SOC 404 - Police and Society
   •  SOC 480 - Senior Research Practicum
   •  SOC 485 - Independent Study in Sociology
   •  SOC 495 - Internship
   •  SOC 499 - Cooperative Education

Spanish

   •  SPA 101 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPA 102 - Elementary Spanish II
   •  SPA 201 - Intermediate Spanish
   •  SPA 203 - Intermediate Conversation
   •  SPA 205 - Intermediate Spanish Writing
   •  SPA 220 - Magical Realism in Latin American Literature
   •  SPA 228 - Latino/a Literature in the United States
   •  SPA 301 - Contemporary Hispanic Readings
   •  SPA 304 - Composition and Style
   •  SPA 308 - Spanish in the Business World
   •  SPA 309 - Hispanic Readings
   •  SPA 315 - Advanced Conversation
   •  SPA 317 - Spanish Conversation for the Professions
   •  SPA 320 - Spanish Culture and Civilization
   •  SPA 322 - Spanish American Culture and Civilization
   •  SPA 326 - Bridging Cultures
   •  SPA 337 - Modern Spain: Nationalism and Identity
   •  SPA 403 - Poetry of the Golden Age
   •  SPA 407 - Spanish Literature of the Early Twentieth Century
   •  SPA 417 - Cervantes: Don Quixote
   •  SPA 419 - Spanish Caribbean Literature
   •  SPA 422 - Survey of Spanish-American Literature
   •  SPA 425 - Modern Spanish-american Literature
   •  SPA 433 - The Novel of Social Protest in Spanish America
   •  SPA 446 - Crossing Cultural Borders: Life Stories of Hispanic and African Women Writers in the Americas
   •  SPA 485 - Independent Study
   •  SPA 489 - Special Topics
   •  SPA 490 - Capstone Seminar: Mediterranean Studies
   •  SPA 495 - Internship

Women's Studies

   •  WMS 130 - Psychology of Women
   •  WMS 148 - Women, Gender and Power
   •  WMS 167 - Women's Multi-Cultural Literature
   •  WMS 206 - Women in American History
   •  WMS 224 - Women and the Bible
   •  WMS 226 - Working with Families: A Cross Cultural Perspective
   •  WMS 227 - Issues in Child Welfare
   •  WMS 228 - Women in the Arab World
   •  WMS 235 - Philosophy of the Body
   •  WMS 236 - Women and Religion
   •  WMS 242 - Morality and Sexuality
   •  WMS 256 - Feminism and the Media
   •  WMS 257 - Philosophy and Gender
   •  WMS 270 - Growing Up Female
   •  WMS 285 - Women in the Modern American Novel
   •  WMS 290 - Feminist Art Practice
   •  WMS 301 - Seminar: Philosophy & Pop Culture
   •  WMS 303 - Women and Law
   •  WMS 311 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
   •  WMS 318 - Human Behavior and Social Environment: Life Span Development
   •  WMS 319 - Human Behavior and Social Environment: Diversity
   •  WMS 335 - Women in Revolution
   •  WMS 351 - Social Psychology
   •  WMS 360 - Sociology of Gender
   •  WMS 365 - Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and Symbolism
   •  WMS 366 - Women's Autobiography
   •  WMS 370 - Twentieth-Century Art
   •  WMS 372 - Seminar: Virginia Woolf
   •  WMS 374 - Women and Politics
   •  WMS 375 - Art Since 1945
   •  WMS 385 - Independent Study in Women's Studies
   •  WMS 386 - Dynamics of Family Violence
   •  WMS 397 - Seminar: Sylvia Plath: Predecessors and Progeny
   •  WMS 490 - Seminar: The Novels of Jane Austen

Writing

   •  WRT 100 - Introduction to Freshman Writing
   •  WRT 101 - Writers' Workshop
   •  WRT 102 - Critical Research Essay
   •  WRT 105 - Writer's Studio
   •  WRT 200 - Writing Center Theory and Practice
 

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