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Mount St. Mary’s College Catalog 2012-2014

General Information

Academic Information

Academic Policies and Procedures

Associate in Arts Degrees

Baccalaureate Degrees

Graduate Degrees

Courses of Instruction

Designation of Credits and Courses

American Studies

Art

Fine Arts and Graphic Design Baccalaureate Programs

Art Course Descriptions

*ART 1 Drawing I (3)

*ART 2 Design I (3)

*ART 3/103 Visual Thinking (3)

*ART 4 Painting I (3)

*ART 5 Fundamentals of Art (3)

ART 7/107 Experiences in the Visual Arts (3)

ART 8 Digital Deluge (3)

*ART 10 Photography I (3)

*ART 11 Silkscreen/Printmaking I (3)

*ART 12 Ceramics I (3)

*ART 15 Computer Graphics (3)

*ART 17 Digital Black and White Photography (3)

*ART 22/122 Watercolor (1-3)

*ART 23/123 Introduction to Bookmaking (1-3)

*ART 24 Wood (1-3)

ART 94/194 Study/Travel (1-6)

*ART 99 Special Experience (3)

*ART 102 Design II (3)

ART 108 Digital Deluge (3)

*ART 115 Computer Graphics II (3)

*ART 116 Design for the World Wide Web (3)

*ART 130AB Graphic Communication (3,3)

*ART 131 Graphic Production (3)

ART 132 Package Design (3)

*ART 133AB Illustration (3,3)

ART 134 Sophomore Portfolio (3)

ART 35/135 Graphic Art/Media Internship (1-3)

*ART 136 Visual Thinking II (3)

*ART 145 Arts and Crafts in the Classroom (1-3)

*ART 146 Three-Dimensional Design (3)

*ART 149 Sculpture I (3)

*ART 150 ABC Photography II: Portraiture (3,3,3)

*ART 151 ABC Silkscreen/Printmaking II (3,3,3)

*ART 152 ABC Color Digital Photography (3,3,3)

ART 159 ABC Sculpture II (3,3,3)

*ART 162 ABC Ceramics II (3,3,3)

*ART 164 ABC Drawing II (Figure) (3,3,3)

*ART 166 ABC Painting II (3,3,3)

ART 170 History of Art: Ancient through Medieval (3)

ART 171 History of Art: Renaissance through Romanticism (3)

ART 172 History of Art: Modern World (3)

ART 173 Multiculturalism and the Visual Arts (3)

ART 174 History of Art: Women in Contemporary Art (3)

ART 175 Critical Theories in the Visual Arts: Seminar (3)

ART 177 History and Criticism of Photography (3)

ART 178 The Arts and Myths of Mesoamerica (3)

ART 179 Mexican Art (3)

ART 180 Gallery Management (1-3)

*ART 90/190 Workshop (1-3)

ART 191 Directed Readings (1-3)

ART 192 Special Studies in Art (1-3)

ART 193 Senior Project and Exhibition (1.5-3)

ART 195 Internship (1-3)

ART 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

*ART 199 Independent Study (1-3)

Asian Studies

Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences

Business Administration

Business Administration Associate in Arts

Double Major Program

Business Courses

BUS 4 Business Foundations and Analysis (3)

BUS 5/POL 5 Business Law I (3)

BUS 15A Accounting Principles I (3)

BUS 15B Accounting Principles II (3)

BUS 16A Accounting Principles I (4)

BUS 16B Accounting Principles II (4)

BUS 21 The Essentials of Business Writing and Presentation (3)

BUS 92/PHI 92 Business Ethics (3)

BUS 93 Special Topics (1-3)

BUS 97 Independent Study (1-6)

BUS 104 Investment Analysis and Management (3)

BUS 106/POL 105 Business Law II (3)

BUS 122 Management Communications (3)

BUS 123 Travel and Study Abroad (3)

BUS 125 E-Commerce/E-Business (3)

BUS 127 Accounting and Finance for Small Business (1)

BUS 128 Accounting Systems for Small Business (1)

BUS 130 Principles of Finance (3)

BUS 131 Managerial Accounting (3)

BUS 133 Money, Politics, and Business (3)

BUS 137 Intermediate Accounting I (3-4)

BUS 138 Intermediate Accounting II (3-4)

BUS 139 Managing Non-Profit Organizations (3)

BUS 140/BUS 140H Women's Issues in Business and Economics (3)

BUS 144 Legal Issues in Entrepreneurship (3)

BUS 145 Entrepreneurship (3)

BUS 148/PSY 148 Industrial Organization and Consumer Psychology (3)

BUS 150 Strategic Management of Nonprofit Organizations (3)

BUS 154 Cost Accounting (3)

BUS 155/POL 185 Public Personnel Administration (3)

BUS 156/POL 186 Introduction to Public Administration (3)

BUS 157 Human Resources Development (3)

BUS 158/POL 187 Organizational Theory and Governmental Management (3)

BUS 160 Principles of Marketing (3)

BUS 161 Principles of Advertising (3)

BUS 163 Marketing Research (3)

BUS 164 Accounting, Taxes and Finance for the Small Business (3)

BUS 165 New Media Marketing (3)

BUS 166 Consumer Marketing Research (3)

BUS 168 Marketing Seminar: Selected Topics (3)

BUS 169 Issues of Corporate Responsibility (3)

BUS 170 Real Estate (3)

BUS 171/POL 106 Real Estate Law and Management (3)

BUS 173 Real Estate Investment (3)

BUS 175 Sales Management (3)

BUS 176 Small Business Management (3)

BUS 177 Management Information Systems (3)

BUS 180AB Advanced Advertising Seminar (1-3,1-3)

BUS 181 Global Business (3)

BUS 182 Advanced Finance (3)

BUS 183 Management Seminar (3)

BUS 184 Organizational Behavior (3)

BUS 185 Principles of Management (3)

BUS 186 Tax Accounting (3)

BUS 187 Management Seminar: Selected Topics (3)

BUS 188 Auditing (3)

BUS 189 International Management (3)

BUS 190 Business Administration Internship (3-6)

BUS 192 Business Policy and Strategy (3)

BUS 193 Selected Topics (1-3)

BUS 194 Consumer Behavior (3)

BUS 195 International Marketing (3)

BUS 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

BUS 197 Independent Study (1-3)

BUS 198 Advanced Accounting (3)

BUS 199 Directed Study (1-3)

Master of Business Administration Degree

MBA Admission Requirements

MBA Foundations Courses:

MBA Financial Arrangements:

MBA Program Requirements

MBA Curriculum: Design

Capstone Project

Foundation Courses

Core Curriculum

Semester One: Theme: Setting The Stage - External Global Business Environment

Semester 2 Theme: Designing The Organization’s Future: Internal Strategy

Semester 3 Theme: Making It Happen - Implementation Of Strategy

Semester 4 Theme: Concentration and Capstone Project

Concentration Courses Offering

Chemistry

Child Development

Chinese

Computer Information Science

Criminology

Cultural Studies

Economics

Education

Master of Science in Education

Master of Science in Education in Conjunction with a Preliminary Teacher Preparation Program

Education Courses

EDU 31 Introduction to Early Childhood Education: Profession and Programs (3)

EDU 32/132 Early Childhood Education: Observation and Curriculum Planning (3)

EDU 33/133 The Visual and Performing Arts for the Young Child (3)

EDU 36/136 Emergent Math and Science Experiences in the Preschool Classroom (3)

EDU 37/137 Infant and Toddler Development and Care (3)

EDU 39 Supervised Field Work: Preschool (6)

EDU 99 Special Studies (.5-3)

EDU 100 Introduction to Liberal Studies and the Concurrent Program of Undergraduate Teacher Preparation (1)

EDU 101 Exploration of Liberal Studies (.5)

EDU 102 Integrative Seminar in Liberal Studies (1)

EDU 103 Hospital Child Life (3)

EDU 106 School & Society (2)

EDU 107 Teaching English Learners (1.5)

EDU 108A Intro to Exceptional Learners (1.5)

EDU 108B Responsive Teaching for All Learners (1.5)

EDU 109A TPA Lab I (.5)

EDU 109B TPA Lab II (.5)

EDU 110 Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar

EDU 112 Physical Education: Elementary Curriculum (1)

EDU 116A Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Elementary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 116B Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Elementary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 123Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar ( 2 units)

EDU 138A Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs: Program Development and Curriculum (3)

EDU 138B Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs: Financial and Legal Aspects (3)

EDU 138C Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs: Management of Non-Profit Programs (3)

EDU 150 Elementary Instruction: Theory and Practice (3)

EDU 151 Typical and Atypical Child and Adolescent Development (1)

EDU 152 Diversity and Schools (1.5)

EDU 154 Mathematics and Science: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 155 Social Science and the Arts: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 156 Language and Literacy: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 164A Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Secondary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 164B Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Secondary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 166 Principles of Secondary Education and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 167 Principles of Secondary Curriculum and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 168 Content-Based Reading Instruction and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 170A Introduction to the Education of Exceptional Learners (1)

EDU 191 Child Development Internship (3)

EDU 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

EDU 199 A/B Special Studies (0.5-3; 0.5-3)

EDU 200 Research Methods (3)

EDU 200A Research Methods for Practitioners (2)

EDU 200C Research Methods (3)

EDU 205 Applied Technologies for Educators (2)

EDU 206 School & Society (2)

EDU 207 Teaching English Learners (1.5)

EDU 208A Intro to Exceptional Learners (1.5)

EDU 208B Responsive Teaching for All Learners (1.5)

EDU 209A TPA Lab I (.5)

EDU 209B TPA Lab II (.5)

EDU 210 Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar (3 units)

EDU 210i Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar (variable units, 3 units toal over porgram)

EDU 212 Physical Education: Elementary Curriculum (1)

EDU 213A Health-Related Issues in Education (1)

EDU 213B Healthy Environments for Student Learning (2)

EDU 225A Assessment in Teacher Development (1)

EDU 225B Professional Investigation (1)

EDU 225C Professional Investigation ll (1)

EDU 225D Portfolio Development and Analysis (1)

EDU 233 DHH: Multiple Perspectives (3)

EDU 234A DHH: Auditory-Verbal Foundations (2)

EDU 234B DHH: Auditory-Verbal Principles (3)

EDU 234C DHH: Auditory-Verbal Practicum (3)

EDU 235A DHH: Early Intervention Theory (3)

EDU 235B DHH: Early Intervention Practicum (3)

EDU 235C DHH: Supporting Families (3)

EDU 236A DHH: Audiology - Diagnostics (3)

EDU 236B DHH: Audiology - Amplification (3)

EDU 237A DHH: Language in Early Childhood (3)

EDU 237B DHH: Language in Learners 5-22 (3)

EDU 238A DHH: Early Childhood Curricula (3)

EDU 238B DHH: Early Childhood Practicum (2)

EDU 239A DHH: Curricula for Learners 5-22 (3)

EDU 239B DHH: Practicum with Learners 5-22 (3)

EDU 240 Curriculum Design and Evaluation (3)

EDU 241 Effective Practices for Coaching and Mentoring Teachers (3)

EDU 242 Creating Inclusive and Motivating Classroom Environments for All Students (3)

EDU 243 Teacher Leadership in Professional Development (3)

EDU 244A/B National Boards Preparation Seminar (2-1)

EDU 245A/B Formative Assessment Induction Portfolio Review (2-24)

EDU 246 Grant Writing for Classroom Resources (3)

EDU 250 Elementary Instruction: Theory and Practice (3)

EDU 251 Child and Adolescent Development and Learning Across Cultures (3)

EDU 251A Typical and Atypical Child and Adolescent Development (1)

EDU 252 Diversity and Schools (3) (Beginning Spring 2013, unit value will be 1.5)

EDU 253 Language Competence and Education (3)

EDU 254 Mathematics and Science: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 255 Social Science and the Arts: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 256 Language and Literacy: Elementary Curriculum (3)

EDU 266 Principles of Secondary Education and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 267 Principles of Secondary Curriculum and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 268 Content-Based Reading Instruction and Content Area Modules (4)

EDU 270A Introduction to the Education of Exceptional Learners (1)

EDU 270B Special Populations: Supporting Educational Equity and Access (2)

EDU 270C Foundations for the Education of Exceptional Learners (3)

EDU 271 Assessment of Students with Special Needs (3)

EDU 272 Positive Behavior Supports for Students with Special Needs (3)

EDU 275 Literacy Instruction for Struggling Readers and Writers (3)

EDU 276 Content Area Instruction for Students with Special Needs (3)

EDU 278 Program Leadership for Education Specialists (3)

EDU 279 Supporting Students with Neurological Disorders (3)

EDU 281 Advanced Issues in Assessment & Instruction of Students with Special Needs (3)

EDU 282 Consultation and Collaboration for Students with Special Needs (3)

EDU 283 Supportive Environments for Students with Behavioral and Emotional Needs (3)

EDU 289 English Learners: Supporting Educational Equity and Access (2)

EDU 295 Independent Study (1-3)

EDU 296A Masters Project Proposal (2 units)

EDU 296B Masters Project (1 unit)

EDU 296C Case Study Inquiry & Report Seminar I (1 unit)

EDU 296D Case Study Inquiry & Report Seminar II (2 units)

EDU 297A,B,C Thesis/Project Continuation (1,1,1)

EDU 299 Special Studies in Education (3)

EDU 316A Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Elementary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 316B Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Elementary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 316C Supervised Teaching: In-Service Elementary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 316D Supervised Teaching: Intern Elementary Fieldwork (3)

EDU 321 Professional Induction Planning Seminar (.5)

EDU 322 Professional Induction Evaluation Seminar (.5)

EDU 323 Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar (2 units)

EDU 323i Supervised Teaching Culminating Seminar (0.5-1)

EDU 364A Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Secondary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 364B Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Secondary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 364C Supervised Teaching: In-Service Secondary Fieldwork (6)

EDU 364D Supervised Teaching: Intern Secondary Fieldwork (3)

EDU 378A Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Special Education (6)

EDU 378B Supervised Teaching: Pre-Service Special Education (6)

EDU 378C Supervised Teaching: In-Service Special Education (6)

EDU 378D Supervised Teaching: Intern Special Education (3)

Open Courses for ALL MSMC Graduate Students

Education Extension Units

English

English B.A. Degree

English Courses

ENG 1A Freshman English (3)

ENG 1B Freshman English (3)

ENG 1C Freshman English (3)

ENG 5H Freshman Honors English (3)

ENG 6AB Written Communication and Analytical Reading (3,3)

ENG 7 Writing for College (3)

ENG 11 College Writing (1-3)

ENG 12/112 Literary Analysis (3)

ENG 15 Literature and Society (3)

ENG 16/116 Literature and the Human Experience (3)

ENG 17 Literary Focus (3)

ENG 18/118 Great Works in World Literature (3)

ENG 19/119 Great Works in British Literature (3)

ENG 20/120 Great Works in American Literature (3)

ENG 21/121 Classical Epic and Drama (3)

ENG 25/125 Mythmaking: the Quest for Meaning (3)

ENG 26 Literature of the American West (3)

ENG 27/127 Women in Quest (3)

ENG 28/128 Contemporary Issues in World Literature (3)

ENG 32/132 Literature of Los Angeles (3)

ENG 34 Literature for the Young Child (3)

ENG 70/170 Western Literary Heritage (3)

ENG 73 Shakespeare (3)

ENG 90 Internship (1-6)

ENG 91 Directed Study (1-3)

ENG 92 Special Studies (3)

ENG 94/194 Special Studies in Writing (1-3)

ENG 96 Workshop (1-3)

ENG 101 History of the English Language (3)

ENG 102 Structure of Modern English (3)

ENG 104 Expository Writing (3)

ENG 105 Advanced Composition (3)

ENG 106 Creative Writing (3)

ENG 107 Professional Writing (3)

ENG 108 The News Media (3)

ENG 109 Writing: Voice and View (3)

ENG 122 Love in World Literature (3)

ENG 123 Women's Voices in Literature (3)

ENG 124 Fiction to Film (3)

ENG 126 The American Experience (3)

ENG 129 Ethnic Literatures of America (3)

ENG 130 Faith and Fiction (3)

ENG 131 Russian Literature (3)

ENG 134 Children's Literature (3)

ENG 135 Classic Films as Visual Literature (3)

ENG 143 English Literature: Beowulf to 1500 (3)

ENG 144 English Literature: 1500 to 1700 (3)

ENG 145 American Literature: Beginnings to 1914 (3)

ENG 146 American Literature: 1914 to Present (3)

ENG 147 English Literature: 1700 to 1900 (3)

ENG 148 Twentieth Century English and European Literature (3)

ENG 156H The Modern Temper (3)

ENG 161 Study of the Novel (3)

ENG 162 Study of Poetry (3)

ENG 163 Study of Drama (3)

ENG 164 American Drama (3)

ENG 165 Novels of the Americas: Latino Voices (3)

ENG 172 Chaucer (3)

ENG 173 Shakespeare (3)

ENG 174 Shakespeare Seminar (3)

ENG 175 Exploring World Theatre (3)

ENG 181 Theory and Criticism (3)

ENG 184 Studies in British and American Literature (3)

ENG 190 Internship (1-6)

ENG 191 Directed Study (1-3)

ENG 192 Special Studies (1-3)

ENG 193 Special Studies in Language and Literature (3)

ENG 195 English Seminar (3)

ENG 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

Ethics and Society B.A. Degree Major

Film, Media & Communications

Film & Media B.A.

Film, Media and Social Justice B.S.

Film Courses

FLM 100 Introduction to Final Cut Editing (1)

FLM 101 Introduction to Film (3)

FLM 119 Music Video Production (3)

FLM 122 Public Relations (3)

FLM 123 Commercial Production (3)

FLM 124 Gender and Media (3)

FLM 125 Media Anthropology (3)

FLM 26/126 Basic News Writing (3)

FLM 129 Documentary Filmmaking (3)

FLM 131 Film, Media and Social Justice (3)

FLM 132 History of Film (3)

FLM 133 Music, Culture and Broadcasting (3)

FLM 135 Mass Media (3)

FLM 136 Disney, Inc. and Mass Popular Culture (3)

FLM 137ABC Writing for Film (3,3,3)

FLM 138 Audio Production (3)

FLM 139ABCD Digital Video Production (3,3,3,3)

FLM 140 Introduction to Avid Editing (3)

FLM 141 Video Production Lab Assistant (1-3)

FLM 42/142 Women in Hollywood (3)

FLM 143ABC Post-Production Audio (3,3,3)

FLM 144 Digital Photography (3)

FLM 145ABC Stop-Motion Animation (3,3,3)

FLM 146 Film Marketing (3)

FLM 147AB Newscasting (3,3)

FLM 148 Writing Professional Grants (3)

FLM 149 Cowboy Cinema (3)

FLM 150 The History of Television (3)

FLM 151 History and Theory of Comedy (3)

FLM 152AB Digital Music for Media (3,3)

FLM 153 Visual Effects (3)

FLM 154 Production Management (3)

FLM 155 ProTools Essentials (3)

FLM 156 On-Screen Acting (3)

FLM 157 eMedia (3)

FLM 158 Heroes, Villains, and Warriors (3)

FLM 159AB Video Game Design (3,3)

FLM 160 The Director (3)

FLM 167 Screenwriting, Pitching & Packaging (3)

FLM 168 People of Color in Film (3)

FLM 169 From Graphic Novel to Screen (3)

FLM 171 Film Noir and the City (3)

FLM 172 Crime, Deviance and Violence in Film (3)

FLM 176ABC Independent Project (1-3)

FLM 177 Human Rights & Science Fiction (3)

FLM 178 Suspense, Horror and Mayhem (3)

FLM 179 A History of Romance (3)

FLM 197ABCD Internship (3,3,3,3)

FLM 198 Senior Capstone (3)

FLM 199 Special Studies (1-3)

Master of Fine Arts in Cinema

French Studies

Geographic Information Systems

Gerontology

Global Politics

Health and Human Services

Healthcare Policy

History

History B.A. Degree

History Courses

HIS 1AB Western Civilization (3,3)

HIS 3/103 World History (3)

HIS 5/5H European Leaders and Ideas in Ferment and Flux (3)

HIS 25 Cultural and Historical Geography (3)

HIS 75 Contemporary America (3)

HIS 93ABCD Studies in Selected Historical Problems/Topics (3,3,3,3)

HIS 101 Historical Methods and Historiography (3)

HIS 104 History and Film (3)

HIS 106 American Cultural History (3)

HIS 107 History of Women in Europe (3)

HIS 109 Global History of Women's Movements (3)

HIS 110 History of Political Feminist Theory (3)

HIS 111 Native American History (3)

HIS 112 World Economic History (3)

HIS 113 History and Civilization of Spain (3)

HIS 114 Ancient Civilizations (3)

HIS 115AB History of Political Theory (3,3)

HIS 118 The World of Medieval Europe, 500-1300 (3)

HIS 116 Classical Civilization (3)

HIS 119 History of the American West (3)

HIS 120 The Sixties (3)

HIS 123 American Revolutions (3)

HIS 124 History of the Middle East (3)

HIS 126 Department Seminar (3)

HIS 27/127 History of 20th Century Europe (3)

HIS 130 Colonial Latin American (3)

HIS 131 History of Religion in North America (3)

HIS 132 Civil Liberties (3)

HIS 133 Political Biography (3)

HIS 145 Europe from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, 1300-1789 (3)

HIS 146 Europe:The Age of Revolution and Nationalism,1789-1871 (3)

HIS 147 Europe: The Age of Imperialism and Totalitarianism, 1871-1945 (3)

HIS 150 An Introduction to Asian History (3)

HIS 151 Advanced Studies in the History of Modern Japan (3)

HIS 152 Advanced Studies in the History of Modern China (3)

HIS 154 The History of Modern Mexico (3)

HIS 162 History and Civilization of Latin America (3)

HIS 165 History of the Spanish-Speaking Peoples of the United States (3)

HIS 171 The United States from Colony to Republic, 1607-1800 (3)

HIS 172 The Kennedys (3)

HIS 173 The United States in the 19th Century (3)

HIS 174 Hitler and the Third Reich (3)

HIS 175 The U.S. in the 20th Century (3)

HIS 176 The Harlem Renaissance (3)

HIS 178 Diplomatic History of the United States (3)

HIS 179 Constitutional History of the United States (3)

HIS 180 Current Constitutional History (3)

HIS 181 Modern Presidential History (3)

HIS 184 Radicalism and Dissent (3)

HIS 185A African American History: American Slavery, 1619-1865 (3)

HIS 185B African American History: Emancipation to the Modern Era (3)

HIS 185C/185CH Race and Racism in American Life and Thought (3)

HIS 186/186H Gender in American Life and Thought (3)

HIS 187 Gender in a Global Context (3)

HIS 188 California History (3)

HIS 191 Major Issues in the United States Women’s History (3)

HIS 192ABC Women of Color in the U.S. (3,3,3)

HIS 193ABCD Studies in Selected Historical Problems/Topics (3,3,3,3)

HIS 194 Current Topics in Women's Studies (3)

HIS 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

HIS 197ABC Readings in Historical-Literature (1-3)

HIS 198 Internship in Public History (3)

Master of Arts in Humanities

HUM 298A Introduction to the Humanities (3)

HUM 298B Advanced Research for Humanities (1-3)

HUM 298C Graduate Writing Review (3)

HUM 298D Grammar Review (1)

HUM 299A Approaches to Teaching (1)

HUM 299B Internship (1-6)

Humanities Core Courses

Humanities: Cultural Studies Courses

Humanities: English Courses

Humanities: History Courses

Humanities Electives

Humanities: Creative Writing

Humanities: Capstone Courses

Japanese

Journalism and New Media

Korean

Language and Culture

Liberal Arts

Liberal Studies

Mathematics

Music

Music B.A. Degree

Music Courses

Master of Science in Nursing Degree

ADN to MSN and MSN Programs

Master of Science in Nursing Degree

Nursing Courses

NUR 100 Validation of Clinical Competence

NUR 102 Professional Issues in Nursing Practice and Education (3)

NUR 103 Leadership Styles and Managing a Diverse Workforce (2)

NUR 104 Leadership Practicum (1.5)

NUR 105 Community and Public Health Nursing (2.5)

NUR 106 Community and Public Health Nursing Practicum (2)

NUR 107A Healthcare Informatics & Technology (1.5)

NUR 107B Health Care Informatics & Technology (1.5)

NUR 110 RN Externship (2)

NUR 200 Advanced Health Assessment (3)

NUR 201 Theoretical and Conceptual Foundations of Nursing (3)

NUR 202 Current Trends & Issues in Professional Nursing (3) Online or Classroom

NUR 203 Introduction to Graduate Studies (1)

NUR 204 Healthcare Policy (3)

NUR 206 Educational Theories, Principles, and Methods in Nursing (2)

NUR 207A Healthcare Informatics and Technology (1.5)

NUR 207B Healthcare Informatics and Technology (1.5)

NUR 208 Curriculum Development (2)

NUR 210 RN Externship (2)

NUR 238 Advanced Concepts in Gerontology (3)

NUR 239 Advanced Concepts in Adult Health (3)

NUR 241 Marketing Management in Healthcare (3)

NUR 243 Theoretical Foundations of Community Health and Leadership in Nursing (Transition Course) (1)

NUR 246 Advanced Physiology/Pathophysiology (3)

NUR 247 Foundations and Ethical Principles in Leadership and Consultation (2)

NUR 248 Advanced Pharmacology (3)

NUR 249 Clinical Nurse Specialist Role (2)

NUR 250A Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum (3)

NUR 250B Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum (3)

NUR 250C Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum (3)

NUR 252A Leadership/Administration Practicum (3)

NUR 252B Leadership/Administration Practicum (3)

NUR 253 Organizational Management in Healthcare (3)

NUR 254 Financial Management for Healthcare Organizations (3)

NUR 256 Organizational Change and Strategic Planning for Healthcare (3)

NUR 290 Nursing Research and Methodologies (3)

NUR 294 Evaluation and Testing (2)

NUR 295 Educator Practicum (agency setting) (3)

NUR 296 Thesis Project Seminar (3)

NUR 297 Educator Practicum (college setting) (3)

NUR 298 Nurse Educator Role (1)

NUR 299 Independent Study (1-3)

Nursing

Nursing Major Policy on Admission/Progression: Essential Performance Standards

Associate in Arts Degree Major in Nursing (ADN)

Nursing Courses

RN to BSN Completion Program - Major Nursing

RN to BSN Nursing Courses

Bachelor of Science Degree – Major in Nursing

Traditional BSN Nursing Courses for students entering Fall 2011 to BSN Program

Traditional BSN Nursing Courses for Entering Sophomores Fall 2012

NUR 10 Introduction to Nursing (1)

NUR 12 Nutrition and Health (2)

NUR 13 Pharmacology I (1)

NUR 14 Pharmacology II (2)

NUR 55T Adaptation Nursing: Foundations of Nursing and Roy Adaptation Model (6)

NUR 55TP Adaptation Nursing: Foundations of Nursing and Roy Adaptation Model (0)

NUR 56 Pathophysiology (3)

NUR 57T Adaptation Nursing: Fundamental Nursing Skills Lab (1)

NUR 62T Adaptation Nursing: Adult Medical Surgical Nursing I (8)

NUR 62TP Adaptation Nursing: Adult Medical Surgical Nursing I (0)

NUR 98 Independent Studies (1-3)

NUR 99 Special Studies in Nursing (1-3)

NUR 168 Integrative Theory and Practices (1.5)

NUR 169 Pallative Care (1.5)

NUR 170T Adaptation Nursing: Adult Medical Surgical II (4.5)

NUR 170TP Adaptation Nursing: Adult Medical Surgical II (0)

NUR 171T Adaptation Nursing: Childbearing Families and Women's Health (4.5)

NUR 171TP Adaptation Nursing: Childbearing Families and Women's Health (0)

NUR 172T Adaptation Nursing: Children and Families (4.5)

NUR 172TP Adaptation Nursing: Children and Families (0)

NUR 173T Adaptation Nursing: Mental Health (4.5)

NUR 173TP Adaptation Nursing: Mental Health (0)

NUR 134 Evidence-Based Practice (3)

NUR 184T Adaptation Nursing: Leadership and Policy (4.5)

NUR 184TP Adaptation Nursing: Leadership and Policy (0)

NUR 185T Adaptation Nursing: Gerontology (4.5)

NUR 185TP Adaptation Nursing: Gerontology (0)

NUR 186T Adaptation Nursing

NUR 186TP Adaptation Nursing: Transition to Professional Practice (0)

NUR 187T Adaptation Nursing: Community/Public Health (4.5)

NUR 187TP Adaptation Nursing: Community/Public Health (0)

NUR 188T Adaptation Nursing: Advanced Health Assessment (1)

NUR 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

NUR 198 Special Topics in Nursing (1-3)

NUR 199 Special Topics in Nursing (1-3)

Accelerated Bachelor of Science – Major in Nursing

Accelerated BSN Nursing Courses

Philosophy

Physical Education

Physical Science

Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree

DPT Required Documents Include:

Physical Therapy Courses

Foundational and Basic Sciences Courses

Medical Sciences Courses

Practice Management Courses

Integrative Seminar Courses

Patient/Client Management Courses

Clinical Experience Courses

Critical Thinking/Research Courses

Physics

Political Science

Political Science B.A. Degree (or Major)

Political Science Courses

POL 1 American Government and Institutions (3)

POL 2 Introduction to World Politics (3)

POL 5 Business Law (3)

POL 92 Plays and Politics (3)

POL 101 Research Method (3)

POL 102 Women and the Law (3)

POL 103 Legal Reasoning (3)

POL 105 Advanced Business Law (3)

POL 106 Real Estate Law (3)

POL 107 Criminal Law (3)

POL 108 U.S. Constitutional Law (3)

POL 109 Individual Rights (3)

POL 110 Political Behavior (3)

POL 112 Healthcare Law and Policy (3)

POL 116 Democracy and Democratic Theory (3)

POL 117AB Political Theory (3,3)

POL 118 U.S. Presidency (3)

POL 119 Concepts in Political Theory (3)

POL 120 Legislative Process (3)

POL 121 Judicial Politics (3)

POL 122 Middle East Politics (3)

POL 123 African Politics (3)

POL 124 Latin American Politics (3)

POL 124A Politics of Central America (3)

POL 125 U.S. Foreign Policy (3)

POL 126 Politics of the former Soviet Union (3)

POL 128 Politics of Globalization and Interdependence (3)

POL 130 International Political Economy (3)

POL 131 International Relations (3)

POL 132 Political and Economic Development (3)

POL 133 Mock Trial (0-3)

POL 134 Moot Court (0-3)

POL 135 International Organizations (0-3)

POL 136 Revolutions in World History (3)

POL 137 Ethnic Conflict and Civil War (3)

POL 138 International Law (3)

POL 140 North-South Relations (3)

POL 142 International Conflict and Cooperation (3)

POL 143 Terrorism and Political Violence (3)

POL 144 Politics of Europe and the European Union (3)

POL 145 Southeast Asian Politics (3)

POL 146 Military in Politics (3)

POL 147 Women and Development (3)

POL 148 Refugees and International Migration (3)

POL 149 Comparative Foreign Policy (3)

POL 150 International Security (3)

POL 151 Humanitarian Intervention (3)

POL 152A Politics of Modern Japan (3)

POL 152B Politics of Modern China (3)

POL 153 Department Seminar (3)

POL 154 U.S./Mexican Relations (3)

POL 160 Civil Liberties

POL 170 U.S. Party Politics (3)

POL 171/171H Presidents and Personality (3)

POL 175ABCD Selected Topics in the American Political Structure (3,3,3,3)

POL 176 Public Policy (3)

POL 179 California Politics (3)

POL 180 State and Local Government (3)

POL 185 Public Personnel Administration (3)

POL 186 Introduction to Public Administration (3)

POL 187 Organizational Theory and Governmental Management (3)

POL 188 Administrative Law (3)

POL 191 Internship (3)

POL 192 Plays and Politics (3)

POL 193ABCD Selected Topics and Projects in Political Science (1-3)

POL 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

Pre-Health Science

Psychology

Psychology: Undergraduate

Counseling Psychology, Master of Science

Psychology Undergraduate Course Offerings

PSY 1 Introduction to Psychology (3)

PSY 12 Child/Human Development (3)

PSY 13 Child Development (3)

PSY 14 Adult Development (1)

PSY 36 Language and Literacy Development in the Young Child (3)

PSY 40 Basic Statistical Methods (3)

PSY 52 Biological Psychology (3)

PSY 52L Biological Psychology Lab (1)

PSY 102 Issues in Human Development (3)

PSY 103 Applied Psychology (3)

PSY 106 Basic Research Methods (3)

PSY 106L Basic Research Methods Lab (1)

PSY 107 Positive Psychology (3)

PSY 110 Gender Issues in Psychology (3)

PSY 112 Careers and Observation in Child Development Settings (3)

PSY 113 Learning in Children and Adolescents across Cultures (3)

PSY 118 Interventions for Children with Disabilities (3)

PSY 119 Alcohol and Substance Abuse (3)

PSY 120 Forensic Psychology (3)

PSY 121 Grief and Bereavement (3)

PSY 122 Health Psychology (3)

PSY 124 Child and Adolescent Psychology Practicum (3)

PSY 125 Basic Counseling Skills (3)

PSY 128 Adulthood and Aging (3)

PSY 129 Motivation (3)

PSY 132 Personality Theory (3)

PSY 134 Learning and Memory Processes (3)

PSY 138 Managing Non-Profit Organizations (3)

PSY 139 Child Abuse and Family Violence (3)

PSY 141 Applied Research Methods & Statistics (3)

PSY 141L Applied Research Methods & Statistics Lab (1)

PSY 142 Industrial/Organizational Internship (3)

PSY 143 Health Psychology Internship (3)

PSY 144 Psychology of Prejudice (3)

PSY 145 Social Psychology (3)

PSY 148 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (3)

PSY 150 School Psychology Practicum (3)

PSY 151 Divorce and Remarriage (3)

PSY 154 Applied Psychology Practicum (3)

PSY 155 Psychological Testing (3)

PSY 156 Personality and Adjustment (3)

PSY 157 Brain and Behavior (3)

PSY 158 Educational Psychology (3)

PSY 159 Social Psychology & Society (3)

PSY 160 Cognition and Perception (3)

PSY 165 Medical Treatments of Mental Illness (3)

PSY 167 Special Topics in Psychology (1-3)

PSY 168 Abnormal Psychology (3)

PSY 172 Developmental Psychopathology (3)

PSY 175 Human Sexuality (3)

PSY 178 Psychology and Film (3)

PSY 182 History and Systems of Psychology (3)

PSY 185 Psychology of Law (3)

PSY 186 Violence Against Women (3)

PSY 187 Careers in Psychology (3)

PSY 188 Crisis Intervention (3)

PSY 192 Counseling Practicum (3)

PSY 193 Research Assistantship (3)

PSY 194 Advanced Research (1-3)

PSY 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

PSY 199 Independent Study (1-3)

Psychology Graduate Course Offerings

Religious Studies

Religious Studies Bachelor of Arts Degree

Religious Studies Courses

I. Scripture Courses

II. Christian Thought Courses

III. Christian Ethics Courses

IV. Religion and the Religions Courses

V. Religious Studies Special Offerings Courses

Religious Studies Graduate Program

Religious Studies M.A.

Graduate Religious Studies Courses

Scripture Courses (RST 200 – RST 207)

Systematic (RST 220 – RST 239)

Ethics (RST 243 – RST 249)

Pastoral Theology/Ministry (RST 266 – RST 289)

Social Work

Sociology

Sociology B.A. Degree

Sociology Courses

SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology (3)

SOC 6 The Family, Child, and Community (3)

SOC 7 Introduction to Human Services (3)

SOC 10 Deviance and Youth (3)

SOC 13 Anatomy for Social Services (3)

SOC 25 Internship: Human Services (3)

SOC 26/126 Basic News Writing (3)

SOC 30 Human Communication (3)

SOC 38 Statistics for Social Science (3)

SOC 49 Multicultural Issues in Healthcare (3)

SOC 94 Topics in Aging (3)

SOC 96 ABC Culture, Race and Communication (1, 1, 1)

SOC 102 Sociology of Children (3)

SOC 103 Introduction to Group Process/Therapy (3)

SOC 104 The Family (3)

SOC 105 Couples (3)

SOC 106 Introduction to Psychotherapy (3)

SOC 107 Anger Management (3)

SOC 108 Substance Abuse Counseling (3)

SOC 109 Forensic Studies: Criminalistics (3)

SOC 110 Juvenile Delinquency (3)

SOC 111 Criminology (3)

SOC 112 Medical Sociology (3)

SOC 114 Corrections (3)

SOC 115 Sociology of Violence (3)

SOC 116 Criminal Justice (3)

SOC 117 Quantitative Research Methods (3)

SOC 118 Qualitative Research Methods (3)

SOC 120 Case Management (3)

SOC 121 Human Services Ethics (3)

SOC 124 Sociobiology (3)

SOC 125 Media Anthropology (3)

SOC 127 Family Systems Theory and Violence (3)

SOC 128 Introduction to Social Work (3)

SOC 129 Sociology of Gender (3)

SOC 130 Organizational Communication (3)

SOC 131 Film and Social Justice (3)

SOC 132 History of Film (3)

SOC 133 Culture and Broadcasting (3)

SOC 134 Mediation and Negotiation (3)

SOC 135 Mass Media (3)

SOC 136 Disney, Inc. and Mass Popular Culture (3)

SOC 138 Non-Profit Management Seminar (3)

SOC 42/142 Women in Hollywood (3)

SOC 145 Social Psychology (3)

SOC 146 Film Marketing (3)

SOC 147AB Newscasting (3, 3)

SOC 149 Cowboy Cinema (3)

SOC 150 History of Television (3)

SOC 151 History and Theory of Comedy (3)

SOC 154 Production Management (3)

SOC 158 Heroes, Villains and Warriors (3)

SOC 160 Diversity in Society (3)

SOC 161 Dynamics of Majority-Minority Relations (3)

SOC 162 Human Rights (3)

SOC 163 Women’s and Children’s Human Rights (3)

SOC 164 Advocacy and Human Rights (3)

SOC 165 Historical and Contemporary Social Thought (3)

SOC 166 Sociological Theory (3)

SOC 167 U.S. Women of Color (3)

SOC 168 People of Color in Film (3)

SOC 171 Film Noir and the City (3)

SOC 172 Crime, Deviance and Violence in Film (3)

SOC 175 Urban Sociology (3)

SOC 176 Field Work Experience (1-3)

SOC 177 Human Rights and Science Fiction (3)

SOC 178 Suspense, Horror and Mayhem (3)

SOC 179 A History of Romance (3)

SOC 180 Social Stratification and Human Rights (3)

SOC 182 Demographics (3)

SOC 185 Human Rights and Global Development (3)

SOC 186 Immigration and Human Rights (3)

SOC 187 Environmental Studies (3)

SOC 189 Gerontology (3)

SOC 190 Social Change and Human Rights (3)

SOC 191 Social Movements (3)

SOC 192 Thanatology (3)

SOC 195 Sociology of Religion (3)

SOC 196H Senior Honors Thesis (3)

SOC 197AB Internship (6)

SOC 198 Readings in Sociology (1-6)

SOC 199 Special Studies (1-6)

Spanish Studies

Spanish Studies Major

Interdepartmental Degrees

Spanish Studies Courses

Special Programs

Speech

Women’s Studies

Online Associate Degrees through Portmont College

Online Associate in Arts and Science Degree Requirements

Required General Studies Courses:

Online Associate in Arts with a major in Liberal Arts

Online Associate in Arts with a major in Business Administration

Online Associate in Science with a major in Computer Science

Online Associate in Science with a major in Pre-Health Science

Course Descriptions

ART 5 Fundamentals of Art (3)

BIO 3,L General Microbiology and Lab (4)

BIO 5 Life Sciences (3)

BIO 50A, L Human Anatomy and Lab (4)

BIO 50B, L Human Anatomy and Lab (4)

BIO 112 Human Nutrition (3)

BUS 4 Business Foundations & Analysis (3)

BUS 5 Business Law 1 (3)

BUS 16A Accounting Principles 1 (4)

BUS 16B Accounting Principles 2 (4)

BUS 21 Business Writing (3)

BUS 184 Organizational Behavior (3)

BUS 185 Principles of Management (3)

BUS 160 Principles of Marketing (3)

BUS 175 Sales Management (3)

CHE 1A, L General Chemistry and Lab (4)

CIS 1 Computer Processes and Applications (3)

CIS 5 Intro to Computer Science and Programming I (3)

CIS 10 Intro to Computer Science and Programming II (3)

CIS 15A Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (3)

CIS 15B Algorithm Design and Analysis (3)

CIS 50A Software Engineering 1 (3)

CIS 50B Software Engineering 2 (3)

CIS 60 Object-oriented programming (3)

CIS 65 Applied Databases (3)

CIS 70 Web engineering (3)

CIS 75 Data Mining and Predictive Modeling (3)

ECO 1 Microeconomics (3)

ECO 2 Macroeconomics (3)

ENG 1A Freshman English (3)

ENG 1B Freshman English (3)

ENG 15 Literature and Society (3)

HIS 1A Western Civilization I (3)

HIS 1B Western Civilization II (3)

MTH 1 College Algebra and Trigonometry (4)

MTH 5A Calculus 1 (4)

MTH 5B Calculus 2 (4)

MTH 5C Calculus 3 (4)

MTH 10 Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematical Ideas (3)

MTH 28 Mathematical Analysis for Business (3)

MTH 38 Elements of Probability and Statistics (3)

MTH 135 Structure & Comparison of Programming Languages (3)

MUS 6M Varieties of Music (3)

PED 1 Fitness for Freshmen (1)

PHI 10 Critical Thinking (3)

PHI 21 Moral Values and Ethical Decisions (3)

PHI 92 Business Ethics (3)

PHS 1 Scientific Concepts (3)

PSY 1 General Psychology (3)

PSY 12 Developmental Psychology/ Lifespan (3)

RST 49 Biomedical Issues in Ethics (3)

RST 61 World Religions (3)

SOC 1 Intro to Sociology (3)

SPA 1 Elementary Spanish I (4)

SPA 2 Elementary Spanish II (4)

SPE 10 Intro to Communication (2)

SPR 25 Scholar Mentor Seminar / Peer Tutoring (1)

SPR 70 Careers in Health (1)

SPR 86ABC Portmont College 101 (1,1,1)

Trustees and Administration

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