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    The College of New Rochelle
   
 
  Sep 19, 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

 

Other Courses

   •  ARA 101 - Elementary Arabic I
   •  ART 171Z - Introduction to Animation
   •  ART 380Z - Web Design Studio
   •  ECO 250 - Social Data Analysis
   •  FOS 101 - Fundamentals of Forensic Science
   •  FOS 101L - Fundamentals of Forensic Science Lab
   •  FOS 300 - Capstone Seminar in Forensic Studies
   •  INF 101 - Introduction to Informatics
   •  INF 300 - Informatics Capstone Seminar
   •  ITL 101 - Elementary Italian I
   •  ITL 102 - Elementary Italian II
   •  JCS 100 - Introduction to Justice and Criminal Studies
   •  JCS 495 - Internship in Social and Criminal Justice
   •  JCS 497 - Justice and Criminal Studies Capstone
   •  LAC 101 - Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
   •  LAC 400 - Capstone Seminar
   •  LIT 601 - Early Language and Literacy Instruction
   •  NUR 322 - Transcultural Nursing
   •  POS 261 - American Public Policy

Art: Studio

Elective studio art courses are offered on a rotating basis. Contact the art department for specific offerings each semester. 

   •  ART 101 - Painting for Non-Majors
   •  ART 103Z - Design Foundations I
   •  ART 104Z - Design Foundations II
   •  ART 105Z - Design Foundations III
   •  ART 110Z - Fundamentals of Drawing
   •  ART 111Z - Figure Drawing
   •  ART 120Z - Fundamentals of Painting
   •  ART 130Z - Fundamentals of Sculpture
   •  ART 170 - Intro to Computer Art for Non-Majors
   •  ART 205 - Sculpture for Non-Majors
   •  ART 206 - Printmaking for Non-Majors
   •  ART 210Z - Intermediate Drawing
   •  ART 230Z - Intermediate Sculpture
   •  ART 250 - Photography for Non-Majors
   •  ART 305Z - Introduction to Graphic Design
   •  ART 306Z - Advanced Graphic Design
   •  ART 307Z - Intermediate Graphic Design
   •  ART 310Z - Advanced Drawing
   •  ART 312Z - Advanced Figure Drawing
   •  ART 320Z - Intermediate Painting
   •  ART 323Z - Advanced Painting
   •  ART 324Z - Introductory Watercolor
   •  ART 326Z - Aqueous Media Painting
   •  ART 330Z - Advanced Sculpture
   •  ART 331Z - Sculpture Lab
   •  ART 332Z - Fiber Sculpture
   •  ART 335Z - Collage and Assemblage
   •  ART 340Z - Monoprinting
   •  ART 344Z - Introductory Relief Printmaking
   •  ART 348Z - Introductory Intaglio Printmaking
   •  ART 350Z - Introductory Photography
   •  ART 361Z - Introductory Ceramics
   •  ART 362Z - Advanced Ceramics
   •  ART 365Z - Introduction to Metalwork
   •  ART 368Z - Metalworks Lab
   •  ART 370Z - Computer Graphics I
   •  ART 371Z - Computer Graphics II
   •  ART 407Z - Illustration
   •  ART 440Z - Digital Photography
   •  ART 460Z - Integrated Media
   •  ART 485Z - Independent Study: Studio
   •  ART 489Z - Integrated Media
   •  ART 495Z - Internship

Art: Colloquia and Seminars

   •  ARH 491 - Seminar: Theory and Practice of the Avant-Garde
   •  ARH 492 - Seminar: Symbolism Then and Now
   •  ART 190 - Freshman Art Colloquium
   •  ART 191 - Freshman Art Colloquium II
   •  ART 290 - Sophomore Art Colloquium
   •  ART 291 - Sophomore Art Colloquium II
   •  ART 390 - Junior Seminar
   •  ART 391 - Junior Seminar II
   •  ART 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  ART 491 - Senior Seminar II
   •  ART 497Z - Senior Project
   •  ART 499Z - Senior Project II

Art History

To encourage interdisciplinary study, art history courses are general electives with no prerequisite requirements. Courses in Art History are designed for both majors and non-majors and include lectures, discussions, and museum visits. All students are strongly encouraged to take ARH 100 - Survey of Western Art  before taking other Art History courses.

   •  ARH 100 - Survey of Western Art
   •  ARH 110 - Survey of Indian-Islamic
   •  ARH 120 - Survey of Eastern
   •  ARH 130 - Survey of African Art
   •  ARH 290 - Feminist Art Practice
   •  ARH 355 - American Art
   •  ARH 360 - 19th Century European Art
   •  ARH 365 - Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Symbolism
   •  ARH 370 - Twentieth Century Art in Europe
   •  ARH 375 - Art Since 1945
   •  ARH 485 - Independent Study: Art History
   •  ARH 490 - Art History Seminar
   •  ARH 494 - Senior Research: Art History
   •  ARH 495 - Internship: Art History
   •  ARH 496 - The Artist Mystique: The Representation of the Artist in Modern Times

Art Therapy

   •  ATH 201Z - Orientation to Art Therapy
   •  ATH 202Z - Theories and Techniques of Art Therapy
   •  ATH 495Z - Internship: Art Therapy

Biology

   •  BIO 102 - Human Ecology
   •  BIO 109 - Human Genetics
   •  BIO 110 - Concepts in Biology
   •  BIO 123 - General Biology I
   •  BIO 123L - General Biology I Lab
   •  BIO 124 - General Biology II
   •  BIO 124L - General Biology II Lab
   •  BIO 125 - Anatomy and Physiology I
 

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