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    Nazareth College Catalogs
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


 

English (ENGL.Q courses listed separately)

   •  ENGL.Q 121 - Ethics in Literature
   •  ENGL.Q 123 - Stage to Screen
   •  ENGL.Q 125 - Global Identities
   •  ENGL.Q 127 - Power of Narrative
   •  ENGL.Q 129 - Short Story Into Film
   •  ENGL.Q 131 - Exploring Vice and Virtue
   •  ENGL.Q 133 - Crime and Punishment in the USA
   •  ENGL.Q 135 - Memoir & New Nonfiction
   •  ENGL.Q 137 - Identity and the Self
   •  ENGL.Q 139 - Transmedia Storytelling
   •  ENGL.Q 141 - Adapting_King Lear_
   •  ENGL.Q 143 - Queer Identities
   •  ENGS 101 - Introduction to the Writing Process
   •  ENGW 100 - College Writing for Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ENGW 101 - Exposition
   •  ENGW 102 - Argument and Research
   •  ENGW 250 - Written and Visual Rhetoric
   •  ENGW 350 - Public Relations Writing
   •  ENGW 351 - Professional Writing
   •  ENGW 356 - Editing for Publication
   •  ENGW 375 - Feature Writing
   •  ENGW 376 - Creative Writing: Prose
   •  ENGW 377 - Creative Writing: Playwriting
   •  ENGW 378 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  LIT 105 - Mapping the Self
   •  LIT.Q 102 - Heroes, Lovers, and Dragon Slayers Discovering the World
   •  LIT.Q 206 - Youth Exploring the World Discovering the World
   •  LIT.Q 210 - The Sensual Literary World of Sicily Through the Works of Pirandello, Brancati, Tornatore and Germ
   •  LIT.Q 211 - Jewish-German Culture, 1800-1950
   •  LIT.Q 212 - Women Writers and Rebels/ German Feminist Writing

Environmental Science

   •  ENV 250 - Special Topics in Sustainability
   •  ENV 325 - Sustainability: European Approaches
   •  ENV 340 - Geographic Information Systems

Finance

   •  FIN 349 - Corporate Finance
   •  FIN 350 - Corporate Finance II
   •  FIN 430 - Senior Seminar in Finance
   •  FIN 483 - Finance Internship I
   •  FIN 484 - Finance Internship II

French

   •  FRN 101 - Elementary French I
   •  FRN 101L - Lab for Elem French I
   •  FRN 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FRN 102L - Lab for Elem French II
   •  FRN 203 - The Francophone World I
   •  FRN 204G - The Francophone World II
   •  FRN 204L - Short Term Study Abroad in Senegal (Dakar), Africa
   •  FRN 221 - Discovering the French Language and Cultures of the Francophone World I
   •  FRN 221L - Lab for Discovering the French Language and Cultures of the Francophone World I
   •  FRN 222 - Discovering French Language and Cultures of the Francophone World II
   •  FRN 222L - Lab for Discovering French Language And Cultures of the Francophone World II
   •  FRN 301 - Sex, Violence & Laughter in 17th Century French Literature
   •  FRN 302 - 18th Century French Enlightenment
   •  FRN 303 - PII English Studies of French Theatre
   •  FRN 307 - Commercial French I
   •  FRN 308 - Commercial French II
   •  FRN 310 - Special Topics in French Studies
   •  FRN 312 - Advanced Grammar and Stylistics
   •  FRN 401 - 19th Century: Ideal and Reality
   •  FRN 402 - 20th Century: Literary Trends
   •  FRN 403 - Senior Seminar in 20th Century Francophone Literature
   •  FRN 421 - Pars Through the Lenses of Major Cinematographers
   •  FRN 457 - Curriculum Methodology Middle School and High School
   •  FRN 479 - Student Teaching Middle School and High School
   •  FRN 482 - French Internship
   •  FRN 483 - French Internship
   •  FRN 484 - French Internship
   •  FRN 485 - Independent Study
   •  FRN 486 - Independent Study
   •  FRN 499 - French Comprehensive
   •  LIT 318G - PII Bledi-Bledi: Ethnic Youth, Hip-Hop Culture and Contested Cultural Identities in Contemporary France

German

   •  GER 101 - Elementary German I
   •  GER 101L - Lab for Elem German I
   •  GER 102 - Elementary German II
   •  GER 102L - Lab for Elem German II
   •  GER 203 - The German Cultural World I
   •  GER 204 - The German Cultural World II
   •  GER 221 - Conversation and Composition I
   •  GER 221L - Composition and Conversation I Lab
   •  GER 222 - Conversation and Composition II
   •  GER 222L - Composition and Conversation II Lab
   •  GER 223 - Youth and Immigration in Germany 1915-2015
   •  GER 302 - Metropolis and Modernity: Berlin and Vienna in the 20th Century
   •  GER 303 - Germania: Nation, Volk, and Myth in 19th Century Germany
   •  GER 305 - Enlightenment and Classicism
   •  GER 307 - Commercial German I
   •  GER 308 - Commercial German II
   •  GER 310 - Special Topics in German Studies
   •  GER 312 - Advanced Grammar and Stylistics
   •  GER 457 - Curriculum Methodology Middle School and High School
   •  GER 479 - Student Teaching Middle School and High School
   •  GER 482 - German Internship
   •  GER 483 - German Internship
   •  GER 484 - German Internship
   •  GER 485 - Independent Study
   •  GER 486 - Independent Study
   •  GER 499 - German Comprehensive Examination
   •  LIT 309 - PII Literature Music German Baroque

History (HIS.Q courses listed separately)

   •  HIS 301 - Ancient Greece
   •  HIS 305 - PII The American Presidency
   •  HIS 306G - Violence and Honor in Colonial Latin America
   •  HIS 307G - PII Liberators, Dictators, and Sell-Outs in Modern Latin America
 

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