May 25, 2024  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


 

Dance Studies

  
  • MTHA 132 - Piano Class II


    Piano as a secondary concentration for music majors, emphasizing sight-reading and harmonization of folk and jazz melodies; repertoire pieces; technical studies coordinated with the fundamentals of theory and musical form. Course Codes: ACS.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ACS. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 1
  
  • MTHA 260 - Musical Theatre Performance I


    Integration of basic vocal, musical, and acting skills through the American musical theatre repertoire in a performance setting. Emphasis on the discovery and process of the singer-actor, development of analytic and interpretive abilities through solo pieces of the classic and contemporary musical theatre literature. Course Codes: AGS. Prereq: THA.Q 120, THA 140. Additional course fee required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AGS. Prereq: THA.Q 120, THA 140. Additional course fee required. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 313 - Musical Theatre Dance


    In addition to MTHA 313L requirements, students will complete reading, writing, and theory components. Course Codes: ACRS. Students follow class schedule associated with MTHA 313L. Co-req: MTHA 313L.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ACRS. Students follow class schedule associated with MTHA 313L. Co-req: MTHA 313L. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 1
  
  • MTHA 313L - Musical Theatre Dance Styles and Auditions Movement Lab


    This is a Musical Theatre Major requirement. A course for students with significant dance training, this class will cover a range of dance styles used in Musical Theatre, and prepare the student for audition experiences, performance, and methods of constructive evaluation. Prior dance experience is required for this course. MTHA 313L will be graded primarily on movement participation/performance. Course Codes: ACS. Health and Wellness course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ACS. Health and Wellness course. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 1
  
  • MTHA 360 - Musical Theatre Performance II


    Continuation and strengthening of vocal, musical, acting, and movement integration through the American musical theatre repertoire. Emphasis on duets and scenework, the transitional moment when speech turns to song, audition intensives and audition portfolios. Course Codes: AGS. Prereqs: MTHA 260. Additional course fee required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AGS. Prereqs: MTHA 260. Additional course fee required. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 430 - Musical Theatre Performance III


    Continuing the integration of musical, dramatic and movement skills in a performance setting. Emphasis will include detailed ensemble skills as an actor-singer-dancer, the strengthening of analytic and interpretive abilities through ensemble repertoire, and the awareness of self and others in a group setting. Course Codes: AGS. Prereq: MTHA 360. Additional course fee required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AGS. Prereq: MTHA 360. Additional course fee required. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 452 - Musical Theatre Senior Seminar


    Group study of selected topics and texts in the fields of theatre and performance theory leading to preparation and execution of senior comprehensive projects and the comprehensive evaluation. Completed Internship required. Course Codes: AFHR. Cross listed with THA*452.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFHR. Cross listed with THA*452. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 454 - Musical Theatre Senior Showcase


    Students will engage in professional preparation and also rehearse a Senior Showcase to be presented near the end of the semester for faculty, students, industry professionals, and a general audience. Course codes: FO. Cross-listed with THA 454. Additional course fee required. This course is open to BFA Musical Theatre majors only.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course codes: FO. Cross-listed with THA 454. Additional course fee required. This course is open to BFA Musical Theatre majors only. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 485 - Independent Study


    Exploration of specific topics of interest to the Musical Theatre Arts student. Written proposal and departmental approval required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 486 - Independent Study


    Exploration of specific topics of interest to the Musical Theatre Arts student. Written proposal and departmental approval required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • MTHA 499 - Music Theatre Comprehensive


    The Music Theatre Senior Comprehensive is completed by meeting a series of four accomplishments: 1. Proposal accepted by the department; 2. Formal paper; 3. Senior project; 4. Oral review by the department faculty. Course Codes: AFI.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFI. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 0

Economics (ECO.Q courses listed separately)

  
  • ECO 330 - Investments


    Provides students with a more complete understanding of financial markets and the world of investments. An introduction to risk and return, financial markets, including interest rates, stocks and bonds and portfolio theory. Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ACT*209, plus ECO*101 or ECO.Q*102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ACT*209, plus ECO*101 or ECO.Q*102. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 332 - Investments II


    Investments II builds on theories of investment and develops portfolio analysis, fundamental financial analysis for adding individual stocks to a portfolio. Course will also introduce analysis of futures, derivatives, and synthetic stock purchases. Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO 330 with minimum grade C or higher.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO 330 with minimum grade C or higher. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 333 - Intermediate Macroeconomics


    Development and use of the tools of modern income and employment theory; analysis of the factors affecting the size of GDP, consumption, investment, savings, the money supply, inflation and economic growth. Course Codes: ABR. Prereq: ECO.Q 101 ECO.Q 102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ABR. Prereq: ECO.Q 101 ECO.Q 102. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 334 - Intermediate Microeconomics


    Theories of supply and demand, prices, output, and production. Equilibrium of firms under different market conditions. Determination of factor prices. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101 and ECO.Q 102, plus MTH.Q 111 or MTH.Q 113.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101 and ECO.Q 102, plus MTH.Q 111 or MTH.Q 113. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 340 - PII Labor Economics


    (Perspectives II course) Theories of labor markets, including human capital theory, imperfect labor, market theories, discrimination, and unemployment. Also explores migration, unions, collective bargaining, and health care from an economic perspective. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 347 - PII History of Economic Thought


    (Perspectives II course) Survey of the major developments in the history of economic thought. Explores the evolution of such ideas as value, prices, labor, capital and the functioning of markets in economics. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 349G - International Economics


    The study of international trade and finance in a policy framework using real data when applicable. Trade topics include trade theories, methods of trade protection, the role of international organizations and regional trade agreements. International finance topics include foreign exchange markets, macroeconomic policy, and exchange rate systems. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 350 - PII Environmental Economics


    (Perspectives II course) Economic analysis of environmental problems such as air, water, and noise pollution, population growth, and environmental capacities. Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO 101, ECO.Q 102 or permission of instructor.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO 101, ECO.Q 102 or permission of instructor. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 351G - PII Economics of Development


    (Perspectives II Global course) The situation of the developing Third World nations today in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Theories of economic growth and development in historical perspective. Problems of employment, capital, markets and planning, population growth, and international policy. Economic, social, political, and culture dimensions of development. Issues related to women and development will receive particular attention. Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO.Q*101 ECO.Q*102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BR. Prereq: ECO.Q*101 ECO.Q*102. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: odd years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 360 - Natural Resource Economics


    Economic analysis applied to resource and energy problems. Economics of depletable and renewable resources, including fisheries and agriculture. Analysis of long-term energy supply options, including conservation. Policy issues, focusing on the roles of markets and government in allocating resources. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 370 - Health Care Economics


    This class explores how to improve health care policy in the U.S. addressing questions about how to ration health care, the role of markets vis-a-vis governments, cost disease issues, market and government failures and successes. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: ECO.Q 101, ECO.Q 102 Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 480 - Senior Seminar: Economic Research Methods


    Capstone course. Methodology of economics. Analysis of selected topics in micro or macroeconomics on an advanced level: includes econometrics techniques and research design. Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO 333, ECO 334 and permission of instructor.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO 333, ECO 334 and permission of instructor. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: even years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 483 - Economics Internship I


    Practical guided learning experience at a business or organization with the student spending at least 10 weeks (8 weeks in the summer) for a total of at least 120 hours of time at an internship site. Supervised placement provides experience appropriate to the student’s knowledge, skills and interests. In addition to the on-site activities, students complete reflective assignments and participate in three seminar discussions to connect their experiential learning with their academics. Performance evaluation assessment of the internship and self-assessment of learning occur at the end of the semester. Students can apply for pre-existing internships or consult with Director of Internship and their home department to discuss a new opportunity. All college policies related to internships apply. Prereq: Junior or Senior standing with GPA 2.5 or better.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Prereq: Junior or Senior standing with GPA 2.5 or better. Normal cycle offering: Fall, Summer, and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 484 - Economics Internship II


    This course is reserved for students who have already completed a first internship at the 483 level. Practical guided learning experience at a business or organization with the student spending at least 10 weeks (8 weeks in the summer) for a total of at least 120 hours of time at an internship site. Supervised placement provides experience appropriate to the student’s knowledge, skills and interests. In addition to the on-site activities, students complete reflective assignments and projects to connect their experiential learning with their academics. Performance evaluation assessment of the internship and self-assessment of learning occur at the end of the semester. Students can apply for pre-existing internships or consult with Director of Internship and their home department to discuss a new opportunity. All College policies related to internships apply. Prereq: Junior or Senior standing with GPA 2.5 or better.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Prereq: Junior or Senior standing with GPA 2.5 or better. Normal cycle offering: Fall, Summer, and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO 485 - Independent Study


    Intensive reading and study in the area of interest and concern to students of economics.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: ECO 333, ECO 334. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO.Q 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics


    (PEQ Social Science) Macroeconomics answers the question of how various sectors interact in arriving at an answer to these problems, and how the system as a whole interacts/ behaves and its distinct behavioral difference from its components. This course explores economic aggregates and their behavior: gdp, inflation, unemployment, growth. Course Codes: ABR.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ABR. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ECO.Q 102 - Principles of Microeconomics


    (PEQ Social Science) How do markets confront the problem of scarcity? This course explores the question by looking at the role of consumers, business firms, and government in the market. Topics include demand, supply and markets, production, costs, market structures, market failures and poverty. Course Codes: ABR. This PEQ course counts as a Global course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: ABR. This PEQ course counts as a Global course. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3

Education

  
  • ADIN 440 - Foundations of Teaching Secondary Students With Disabilities


    A study of the historical, social and legal foundations of special education and current practices in New York State schools. Topics include identification of physical, behavioral, emotional and learning disabilities, role of the general classroom and special education teachers, collaborative partnerships with school personnel and families, service and strategies and required processes/procedures; eg 504 and Individual Education Plans, transitional planning and Committee on Special Education.(Before the Professional Semester). Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    (Before the Professional Semester). Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Normal cycle offering: Summer. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ADIN 441 - Curriculum and Instruction for Diverse Secondary Learners


    This course focuses on curriculum developed and research validated methods of instructing students with disabilities, including methods of enrichment and remediation. Assessment, diagnosis and evaluation, use of assistive and instruction technology are explored. Design and implementation of instruction including management of the classroom environment is studied and practiced in a 30 day practicum. Before the Professional Semester. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Before the Professional Semester. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Normal cycle offering: Summer. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ADOL 030 - Orientation for Professional Semester


    In this two hour orientation an overview of the professional semester will be provided. Students consult with education and academic advisors. Preparation of resumes and student teaching application are discussed. Application is due before Thanksgiving break. Course Codes: HM. Co-req: ADOL 410.  Required for Middle and Secondary Student Teachers that will be  student teaching in the fall semester. 

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: HM. Required for Middle and Secondary Student Teachers that will be student teaching in the fall semester. Normal Offering Cycle: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 0
  
  • ADOL 410 - Principles of Teaching Learning and Assessment for Diverse Secondary Learners


    A foundation study of the dimensions of teaching and learning in middle and high school classrooms. Topics include diversity of learners, learning theory, differentiated instructional planning, assessment, New York State Standards and best practices for the inclusive, constructivist classroom. Course codes: HM. Coreq: ADOL 030. Open to Middle & secondary Educ. Students Only. 35-hours of fieldwork required in greater Rochester area secondary schools during daytime instruction. All placements are made by Field Experience Coordinator. Students provide their own transportation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course codes: HM. Coreq: ADOL 030. Open to Middle & secondary Educ. Students Only. 35-hours of fieldwork required in greater Rochester area secondary schools during daytime instruction. All placements are made by Field Experience Coordinator. Students provide their own transportation. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ADOL 476 - Motivation and Management


    An examination of theoretical models relative to motivation and classroom management. Focuses on approaches for building and maintaining positive learning environments in inclusive middle and high school classrooms. Course Codes: HM. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Open to Adolescent Ed. Student Teachers only.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: HM. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Open to Adolescent Ed. Student Teachers only. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 2
  
  • ADOL 477 - Literacy Instruction for Diverse Secondary Learners


    Basic philosophies of effective literacy instruction for all learners at the middle and senior high school level. Exploration of specific instructional designs including reading and study strategies necessary for the comprehension of materials at secondary levels. Exploration of literacy issues and methodologies that promote coordination of strategies across academic curricula and which are appropriate for all learners in inclusive classrooms. Course Codes: HM. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Open to Adolescent Ed. Student Teachers Only.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: HM. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Open to Adolescent Ed. Student Teachers Only. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ADOL 478 - Reflective Seminar


    A seminar supporting the student teaching experience to reflect, critically analyze and synthesize experiences during the middle school and high school teaching experience. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Normal offering cycle: Fall.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Normal offering cycle: Fall. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 2
  
  • ADOL 480 - Adolescent Development and Youth Culture in School & Community


    This course is designed to explore the concept of adolescence and how youth culture plays a part in how we construct a definition for the transition from child to adult in schools and communities. Growth through adolescence is seen as an integral part of life-span development within our culture. The implication here is that biological, socio-economic, psychosocial and cultural forces act to shape our concept of what it means to be adolescent in present day American Culture. As such, cultural norms and community values, and their interpretations, together with physiological and psychosocial forces, largely form what culture values as being adolescent. This course examines these forces, from a range of perspectives, in order to construct an understanding of what it means to be an adolescent in today’s world. Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Can precede the Professional Semester with approval of the Program Director. Cross-listed with CYD 302

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Prereq: SPF 204, ADOL 410, LST 301, DEPT 457. Can precede the Professional Semester with approval of the Program Director. Cross-listed with CYD 302 Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • DEPT 457 - Curriculum Methodology Middle School And Senior High


    This course in the student’s chosen area of certification (grades 7 – 12) emphasizes assessment, New York State Learning Standards and curriculum, lesson and unit planning, and strategies, methods and materials.  Focus includes differentiated instruction, interdisciplinary learning and collaborative models for teaching in an inclusive classroom.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    50 hours of fieldwork required

    Normal Offering Cycle: Spring

    Credits: 3 (Spring Only)
  
  • DEPT 479 - Student Teaching Middle School and Senior High


    Supervised field‑based practicum in secondary academic subject areas that provide experiences in both a middle school and a senior high school classroom for general and special education.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Normal Offering Cycle: Fall

    Credits: 6 (Fall Only)
  
  • EDU 475 - Health Education, Child Abuse, and Violence Prevention Workshop


    The New York State Education Law requires that all candidates applying for first-time initial teacher certification satisfy the health education and the prevention of violence requirements. Some of the topics addressed in this workshop are substance abuse, issues of sex education and fire safety. Also, as is required, this workshop includes information regarding the physical and behavioral indicators of child abuse and maltreatment and the statutory requirements set out in the New York State Social Services Law. A criterion for successful completion of this workshop is attendance at all sessions and completion of written course assignments. The workshop is offered each semester and is to be completed before the professional semester begins. Course Codes: J. Additional course fee required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: J. Additional course fee required. Normal cycle offering: Fall, Summer, and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 0
  
  • EDU 485 - Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention (DASA Training)


    As required under the NYS Dignity for All Students Act, all applicants for school certification are required to complete six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention (DASA Training). Applicants who complete a registered program at Nazareth College will be provided the required training as part of their teacher education program. To successfully complete the course, the student must attend the face-to-face workshop for three clock hours and then complete the three hour online component of the course. Six contact hours: 3 hours online, 3 hours in class at Nazareth College. Additional course fee required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Six contact hours: 3 hours online, 3 hours in class at Nazareth College. Additional course fee required. Normal cycle offering: Fall, Summer, and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 0
  
  • INCH 310 - Differentiated Planning and Assessment For Diverse Learners


    This course is designed to build understandings of learning theories and strategies that address the range of learners in classrooms, including children with disabilities and culturally and/or linguistically diverse students. There is an emphasis on developing skills of pre-service teacher candidates to design differentiated curriculum, instruction, and assessment that enhance the learning of all students. The course emphasizes strength-based and whole child approaches to learning. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 320. Course is taught in an elementary school and 60 total hours of field work is required. Course Codes: AFHL. Coreq: INCH*320. Prereq: SPF*204 or equivalent course. 4hrs/wk field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for 30 min. travel time from Nazareth College; students provide their own transportation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFHL. Coreq: INCH*320. Prereq: SPF*204 or equivalent course. 4hrs/wk field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for 30 min. travel time from Nazareth College; students provide their own transportation. *Formerly INCH*370. Course meets on campus for the first three weeks of the semester, then at a site based location for the rest of the semester. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 320 - Emergent Literacy and Language Development


    This course combines a study of the function, organization, and integration of the early childhood-level (Birth - 2nd grade) language and literacy development curricula with a survey of current teaching resources and research-based strategies to address the learning strengths and needs of diverse learners. Pre-service teacher candidates will study the development of competencies in language and literacy development through a learner-centered approach, with an emphasis on the arts and technology. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 310. Course is taught in an early childhood school and 60 total hours of field work are required. Course Codes: AFHL. Coreq: INCH*310. Prereq: SPF*204 or equivalent course. 4 hrs/wk field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/ Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for 30 min. travel time from Nazareth College; students provide their own transportation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFHL. Coreq: INCH*310. Prereq: SPF*204 or equivalent course. 4 hrs/wk field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/ Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for 30 min. travel time from Nazareth College; students provide their own transportation. *Formerly INCH*355. Course meets on campus for the first three weeks of the semester, then at a site based location for the rest of the semester. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 380 - Construction of Meaning in Mathematics And Science


    This course combines a study of the function, organization, and integration of the early childhood and childhood-level mathematics and science curricula with a survey of current teaching resources and research-based strategies to address the learning strengths and needs of diverse learners in mathematics and science. Pre-service teacher candidates will study the development of mathematical and science skills and concepts using the intuitive and inquiry methods, as per the national standards in mathematics and science. In addition, pre-service teacher candidates will design and implement learning units that address the New York State Learning Standards in mathematics and science. The integration of technology is an integral component of this course. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 390. Course is taught in an elementary school and 60 total hours of field work are required. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320. Coreq: INCH*390. 4 hours/week of field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for travel time; students provide own transportation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320. Coreq: INCH*390. 4 hours/week of field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for travel time; students provide own transportation. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 390 - Literacy, Language Arts, and Social Studies


    This course combines a study of the function, organization, and integration of the intermediate-level language arts and social studies curricula with a survey of current teaching resources and research-based strategies to address the learning strengths and needs of diverse learners in literacy, language arts and social studies. Pre-service teacher candidates will study the development of competencies in literacy, language arts and social studies concepts and skills through a learner-centered approach, with an emphasis on inquiry and gradual release methods. In addition, pre-service teacher candidates will develop skills to implement informative assessments in literacy, language arts and social studies instruction. The integration of technology is an integral component of this course. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 380. Course is taught in an elementary school and 60 total hours of field work are required. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320. Coreq: INCH*380. 4 hours/week of field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for travel time; students provide own transportation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320. Coreq: INCH*380. 4 hours/week of field work in site location in addition to class. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Allow for travel time; students provide own transportation. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 410 - Diversity and Inclusion for Inclusive Early Childhood and Childhood Classrooms


    Pre-service teacher candidates will build their foundational knowledge about theory, issues, laws, and teaching strategies that lead to informed practice in inclusive classrooms. This course will address legal and methodological issues related to teaching students with disabilities, specifically: universal design for learning in inclusive classrooms, disability awareness, the role of the Committee on Special Education, and the IEP process. Pre-service teacher candidates will also be invited to examine how and why some of the life experiences, socialization patterns, worldviews, and the cultural identity development of students may be inconsistent with their own. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 411. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. Coreq: INCH*411. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date. Cycle: Summer A.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. Coreq: INCH*411. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date. Cycle: Summer A. Normal cycle offering: Summer. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 411 - Field Work and Practicum in Inclusive Education Settings


    This field-based component is the complementary experience taken concurrently with INCH 410. Pre-service teacher candidates will observe and participate in area inclusive early childhood/childhood education settings. They will assist professional staff and work closely with certified classroom teachers and a Nazareth College supervisor. Must be taken concurrently with INCH 410. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. Coreq: INCH*410. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date. Cycle: Summer A.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. Coreq: INCH*410. Must be accepted in the Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education major to register for this course. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date. Cycle: Summer A. Normal cycle offering: Summer. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 425 - Designing and Implementing Positive Learning Communities


    This course examines educational planning and the development of positive learning communities for diverse learners in a variety of settings. Pre-service teacher candidates will explore a variety of theoretical models and practical examples to study classroom organization and climate, appropriate and student-centered curriculum and instruction, problem solving, conflict resolution techniques, and informal and formal analysis of behavioral patterns, including Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and positive support plans. This course is offered as a week-long intensive course in the first week of the fall professional semester and in the week between student teaching placements. 60 hours of fieldwork is required. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410,INCH*411. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Class meets the first week of the semester and in between student teaching placements.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410,INCH*411. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Class meets the first week of the semester and in between student teaching placements. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 435 - Assessment for Learning


    This course is designed to explore informative assessment for diverse learners in early childhood and childhood educational settings, and the educational implications of learning differences. Pre-service teacher candidates will learn and apply skills in developing, implementing, and interpreting informative assessment techniques, including early intervention, curriculum based assessments and response to intervention. In addition, pre-service teacher candidates will explore the use of assistive technology in developing the strengths of diverse learners in early childhood and childhood educational settings. This course is offered as a week-long intensive course in the first week of the fall professional semester and in the week between student teaching placements. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*470, INCH*480. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Class meets the first week of the semester and in between student teaching placements.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390. INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*470, INCH*480. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Class meets the first week of the semester and in between student teaching placements. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 470 - Reflective Seminar on Teaching, Collaboration and Building Collaborative Partnerships


    In this course, pre-service teacher candidates will analyze, synthesize, and reflect upon their student teaching experiences. These experiences will inform their discussions of how to build collaborative partnerships in educational settings, including family and professional relationships. This course must be taken concurrently with INCH 480: Student Teaching in the fall professional semester. Course Codes: AFHL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*435, INCH*480. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFHL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*435, INCH*480. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 474 - Current Issues in Inclusive Education


    This course explores the implementation of inclusive educational practices as they are influenced by the cultural attitudes and beliefs of students and teachers. These attitudes and beliefs drive curriculum, assessment, instructional practices, behavior management, school structure, professional collaboration and ethical constructs. Students and teachers will strive to understand how these beliefs influence schooling and education and teachers’ practices of them. This course defines inclusion as an effort to meet the educational needs of all children in a learning community.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Prereq: INCH*466 or approval by program director. Normal Offering Cycle: Spring

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 480 - Student Teaching


    This student teaching experience provides direct supervised experience in classrooms at the early childhood and childhood levels, including a placement that focuses on teaching students with disabilities. Pre-service teacher candidates will assume increasing responsibility for instructional planning, teaching, and assessment in the classroom. This course is offered during the fall professional semester. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*435, INCH*470. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH*310, INCH*320, INCH*380, INCH*390, INCH*410, INCH*411. Coreq: INCH*425, INCH*435, INCH*470. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Student Teachers only. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 6
  
  • INCH 490 - Current Issues in Inclusive Education


    This course explores the implementation of inclusive educational practices as they are influenced by the cultural attitudes & beliefs of students and teachers. These attitudes and beliefs drive curriculum, assessment, instructional practices, behavior management, school structure, professional collaboration and ethical constructs. Students and teachers will strive to understand how these beliefs influence schooling and education and teachers’ practices of them. This course defines inclusion as an effort to meet the educational needs of all children in a learning community. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH 380 or approval by program director. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education majors only. Coreq: INCH*499.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: INCH 380 or approval by program director. Open to Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education majors only. Coreq: INCH*499. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • INCH 499 - Inclusive Education Portfolio Presentation


    Must be taken concurrently with INCH 490. Only S/U grading. Pre-service teacher candidates must earn an S to successfully complete the major. Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: All education coursework except INCH*490 (May graduates). December graduates will need Program Director approval.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFL. Prereq: All education coursework except INCH*490 (May graduates). December graduates will need Program Director approval. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 0
  
  • LST 301 - PII Language and Literacy Development


    (Perspectives II course) Literacy is more than the ability to read and write; it is a culturally-embedded practice imbued with social and political values that are highly contested. This course provides a broad foundation in language and literacy development grounded in socio-cultural, sociolinguistic, and socio-cognitive theories. Through story, research, and theoretical readings, students will explore how language practices are connected to identity, social and cultural influences, learning, technology, and academic disciplines. Course Codes: BHMR. This course is required for Adolescence Certification; it is also recommended for juniors and seniors in Education, Community Youth Development, or related fields.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHMR. This course is required for Adolescence Certification; it is also recommended for juniors and seniors in Education, Community Youth Development, or related fields. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • SPF 204 - History and Philosophy of Education


    This course provides the contextual knowledge, analytic strategies, and reflective stance fundamental to the practice of critically engaged professional educators for inclusive and equitable schools. Students will examine the social history of schooling in the US, learn how to analyze the philosophical perspectives underlying various educational arrangements, and use reflection to interpret experience and feedback. Through classroom study and community projects, students will enhance their ability to prepare youth for democratic citizenship. Course Codes: HJR. *Formerly EDU*204.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: HJR. *Formerly EDU*204. Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3

English (ENGL.Q courses listed separately)

  
  • ENGE 357 - English Language and Grammar


    A critical approach to traditional and contemporary English Grammar in the context of language study. Required for all certification candidates majoring in English. This course is a prerequisite for ENGE 457. Course Codes: JHR

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: JHR Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGE 457 - Curriculum Methodology Middle School and Senior High


    A critical approach to language arts pedagogy, including lesson- and unit-planning, featuring both theoretical and practical approaches to teaching language arts. Teaching candidates examine assumptions about the what, how, and why of the secondary English teaching profession. Course Codes: FHM. Prereqs: ENGE*357 and ADOL*410 with grade of C or better. 35 hours of fieldwork required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: FHM. Prereqs: ENGE*357 and ADOL*410 with grade of C or better. 35 hours of fieldwork required. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGE 479 - Student Teaching Middle School and High School


    Supervised student teaching experience in English that provides experiences in both a middle and a high school classroom. Course Codes: FHM. Bloodborne Pathogen training required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: FHM. Bloodborne Pathogen training required. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 6
  
  • ENGL 200 - Introduction to Literary Studies


    Designed to prepare English majors for advanced work in the program, this course will introduce students to different literary genres, expose students to the formal vocabulary used to discuss such texts, and familiarize students with different approaches to the study of literature, ranging from new criticism to more contemporary literary theories. This course is designed for English majors and minors, so enrollment is limited to those students who have designated ENGL or COMM (with or without certification) as their official major or minor programs. Course Codes: AFR. Open only to ENGL and COMM majors who have completed 6 hrs of College Writing.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFR. Open only to ENGL and COMM majors who have completed 6 hrs of College Writing. Normal cycle offering: Fall. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 210 - Studies in British Literature


    This course treats a selection of outstanding British writing from the eighth to the twenty-first century. Course texts will be chosen to illustrate the literary heritage of the English language, as well as persistent themes and problems in British literature and culture. Students will engage with a variety of genres and critical approaches to course readings through discussion and formal essays, including research. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 220 - Studies in American Literature


    This course will introduce students to readings in early American literature, which may include Native-American oral literature, the travel writings of French and Spanish explorers, Puritan spiritual journals and sermons, revolutionary war treatises, captivity and slave narratives. Selections from the Civil War to the present may include literature of the Realist, Naturalist, Modernist, and Postmodernist movements. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 230 - Studies in Global Literature


    This course examines significant works of world literatures, from early times to the present, focusing on the debates and questions about the idea of global literature and considering the literary, cultural, and human significance of texts from global literary traditions, including women’s, minority, and ethnic literature. The course emphasizes analysis of literary genres. Emphasis will be placed upon the historical development, formal features, and social context of literary texts. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 304G - PII Mythology


    (Perspectives II Global course) Theoretical, historical, cultural, psychological and literary study of mythology, including Greek, Norse, mid-Eastern, African, Hindu, and Native-American. Emphasis on philosophical, cultural and moral values as they shape civilizations from their origins. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 305 - Shakespeare’s Comedies and Histories


    Surveys the early phase of Shakespeare’s writing career, emphasizing the playwright’s treatment of English national identity and carnivalesque challenges to social hierarchies. Typically covers 8 plays, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1 & 2 Henry IV, The Merchant of Venice, and Twelfth Night. Close reading of the playtexts is supplemented by analysis of stage productions and cinematic adaptations. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 306 - Shakespeare’s Tragedies and Romances


    Examines Shakespeare’s later plays, which plumb the depths of tragedy and explore the possibility of redemption. The 8-or-so plays covered are among the greatest works in all of literature: Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and The Tempest, as well as others. Close reading of the playtexts is supplemented by analysis of stage productions and cinematic adaptations. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 309 - The Invention of Modernity: Renaissance Literature


    Spurred on by a series of amazing discoveries and upheavals, Renaissance writers began to question long-held certainties about the self, society, and God. This course will examine ground-breaking English authors such as More, Spenser, and Marlowe alongside continental writers including Machiavelli, Montaigne, and Cervantes. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 310 - Writing England’s Century of Revolution: Seventeenth-Century Literature


    The 1600s saw the English experimenting with politics, religion, and science. This course studies the diverse literary styles and genres that reflected this experimental spirit: devotional poems; sermons; carpe diem lyrics; revenge tragedies; utopian fictions; and more. Authors covered include Bacon, Donne, Herbert, Marvell, Cavendish, and Behn. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 312 - Transatlantic Romanticism


    A study of the revolutionary spirit in politics, industry, culture, women’s rights, and slavery; the quest for the sublime; the primacy of imagination and the emergence of the individual in the writing of theorists such as Burke, Godwin, Wollstonecraft, Emerson, Thoreau, Murray, Douglass, and poets such as Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Poe, Whitman and Dickinson. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 313 - Victorian Literature


    Major writers of the Victorian period in relation to social thought and the development of literary forms. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 321 - Modern American Literature


    Novels, short fiction, poetry, and drama by authors who have made significant contributions to modern American literature. Writers include Fitzgerald, Hemingway, O’Connor, Eliot, Williams, Plath, Miller, Pynchon, Ellison, and Morrison, among others. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 322 - Modern British Literature


    From Peter Pan and Sherlock Holmes to the Mods and Rockers of the 60s to the flowering of Black British culture at 20th-century’s end, modern British fiction and film offer an amazing variety of national icons, heroes, and antiheroes. This course will investigate what it means and what it’s worth to be British over a century of tumultuous social and political change. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 325 - PII Young Adult Literature


    (Perspectives II course) This course takes a critical and historical approach to this exciting and rapidly evolving genre from its emergence to its most recent standout titles, with special attention to the Young Adult novel’s projection of the culture’s ever-changing attitudes toward adolescence. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 330G - Irish Literature and Culture


    (Global course) Irish literature and culture from the moment of the Irish Renaissance in the 1880s to the present, seen against the backdrop of Irish history, particularly the political and military struggles against British colonialism. From Yeats’ poetry to Joyce’s fiction, from U2’s music to Jordan’s films, an examination of how the troubles in Ireland have been reflected in high and popular culture, and how culture has influenced various political movements. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 332G - PII Asian Literature


    (Perspectives II Global course) This course presents an overview and promotes an understanding of contemporary socio-historical, cultural and literary development in the Asian countries, using a multidisciplinary approach. The course will include topics like approaches to Asian studies (orientalism, Subaltern Studies, Globalism etc); literary and cultural legacy, religious and ethnic questions; gender and class, genocide and ethnic cleansing, globalization and neocolonialism, Asian diaspora and immigrant experience, and public culture and how they shaped and changed cultural and literary formation in the Asian world in the 20th century. We will also look at Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity,and other indigenous religions and what it means for the contemporary society and culture of the United States, to include cultural stereotyping and marginalization of different groups. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 333G - PII Resistance and Emerging Literature of Global South


    (Perspectives II Global course) A comprehensive study of the critical theory of the literature, art, culture and media of Global South through the reading of representative selections from the literatures and media of Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East in historical context and to develop a better understanding of ways in which the thought and cultures of these regions compare to American and European Literature. Readings span pre-historic to contemporary time and touch the culture of all continents. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 334 - Selected Topics


    This selected studies designation allows for the teaching of courses with more specialized focus, themes and issues that transcend genre and period classification. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Fall, Summer, and Spring. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 340 - PII Cinema Studies


    (Perspectives II course) This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the major theoretical and critical approaches to the study of film. This includes detailed coverage of established critical perspectives such as semiotics, formalism, surrealism, feminism and psychoanalysis, as well as important newer areas of study such as film audiences and reception, queer theory, and identity politics. As such, the course will serve as an overview of the key critical thinkers and theories surrounding the study of cinema situated within their appropriate historical and cultural contexts. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Cross-listed with COMM 340.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Cross-listed with COMM 340. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 341 - Race and Ethnicity in Media


    Media representations of race and ethnicity may reflect society but also have a hand in shaping it as well. This class encourages students to be critical of media representations of race and ethnicity. We will explore the historical changes in media portrayals, question if and how people of various races and ethnicities are portrayed in the media, and exercise our own critical skills in dissecting such images. While this class focuses on race and ethnicity some of the readings and discussions will also involve issues of class and gender as these are necessarily intertwined. Course Codes: BHR. Prereqs: COMM 201 or ENGL 200. Cross-listed with COMM 341.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereqs: COMM 201 or ENGL 200. Cross-listed with COMM 341. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 342 - PII Women in Literature


    (Perspectives II course) Exploration of a range of literary texts in English written by women from diverse national, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Multiple genres are represented, including poetry, short stories, essays, novels/novellas, documentary films and experimental works, while critical theory (literary, feminist, cultural and intersectional) is substantively infused into the semester’s study. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Women and Gender Studies course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Women and Gender Studies course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 344 - PII African-American Literature I


    (Perspectives II course) A study of African-American literature from the antebellum period to the Harlem Renaissance. Examination of the formal qualities of selected texts (slave narratives, song lyrics, essays, speeches, sermons, poetry, fiction), as well as the historical and cultural contexts in which they were created and received. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 345 - PII African-American Literature II


    (Perspectives II course) Focuses on African-American literature from the Harlem Renaissance to contemporary times. Formal, historical, and cultural matters will be emphasized. Writers may include Hughes, Hurston, Wright, Ellison, Baldwin, Angelou, and Morrison, among others. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 346 - PII Latino/a Literature


    (Perspectives II course) Prose fiction, poetry, drama, and film by authors of Latino cultural groups in the United States. Writers may include Villareal, Anaya, Cisneros, Ortiz Cofer, Alvarez, Diaz, Fernandez, Perez-Firmat, Garcia, Prida, and Hijuelos, among others. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Women and Gender Studies course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 347 - PII Ethnic-American Literature


    (Perspectives II course) Novels, short fiction, and poetry by Native-American, African-American, Asian American, and Latino/a writers in dialogue with Anglo-American culture. Course Codes: R. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Multicultural Studies Minor course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 348 - PII Environmental Humanities


    Environmental Humanities is an interdisciplinary course that will connect theoretically with new developments in the field of ecocriticism and global environmental studies. The course will offer students an engagement with key scientific concepts, including climate change, adaptation, evolutionary biology, concepts of native/alien/invading species, and habitat fragmentation.These concepts will be explored across a wide range of genres and media–essays, poetry, documentary film, podcasts, graphic narratives, among others. The course will also provide opportunities for students to conduct research in peer-reviewed scientific, social scientific, and humanities scholarship. Course Codes: BHR. Pre-req: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Pre-req: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 389 - International Graphic Narrative


    This course examines graphic narratives (full-length works of fiction and non-fiction which combine text and image in the tradition of the comic) through the lenses of aesthetic, visual rhetoric, and comic theories. Graphic novels, journalistic pieces, memoirs, comic strips, and histories by authors from around the world will be studied. Course codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Cross-listed with COMM 389.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Cross-listed with COMM 389. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 400 - English Senior Seminar


    Senior capstone course for all English majors. Intensive literary study, research, and writing with different foci in different years, depending on faculty and student interest. Course Codes: AFR. Prereq: ENGL 200 and at least 5 additional ENGL courses at or above the 200-level. Coreq: ENGL 499.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: AFR. Prereq: ENGL 200 and at least 5 additional ENGL courses at or above the 200-level. Coreq: ENGL 499. Normal cycle offering: Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 401 - Chaucer


    A critical examination of Chaucer’s work and his early Renaissance world, with special attention to the traumatic shift in English and European societies following the Black Death and other dynamic trends. Readings (in modern English) include selections from Canterbury Tales and the Romances. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 402G - PII The Medieval World


    (Perspectives II Global course) Questioning Anglo- and Euro-centric models of medieval literature, this course offers critical study of a broad range of texts and genres in translation from Britain to Europe to the Mediterranean, with emphasis on historical and economic forces of change. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 404 - Poet, Patriot, Heretic: Milton


    This course studies John Milton’s radical challenges to the political, religious, and literary orthodoxies of his day, and his contribution to how we now think about marriage, censorship, ecology, terrorism, and other issues. Paradise Lost stands at the center of the course; other key texts include Milton’s sonnets, Areopagitica, and Samson Agonistes. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 410 - Female Pioneers in Media


    A critical examination and overview of the key female leaders in both print and digital media, from Nellie Bly to Sheryl Sandberg. The class will include a project and/or event focused on local female leaders in media. Course Codes: BHR. Crosslisted with ENGL 410.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Crosslisted with COMM 410. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 415G - Postcolonial Literature


    (Global course) Literature of the formerly colonized world,particularly emphasizing Britain’s former colonies in the Indian subcontinent, Africa, and the Caribbean. May present a survey of the literatures or focus geographically and/or generically (i.e. African novel). Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 416 - Modern Poetry


    British and American poets of the 20th and 21st century. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 417 - Literary Reformers & Rebels


    Selected 20th and 21st century experimental literature examined for its relationship to and departure from standard genre classifications. The influence of aesthetic, cultural and literary historical forces in shaping these experimental works is examined. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Pre-req: P-EQ in Literature Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 430 - Reading The Wire: Representing Urban America Under Siege


    This seminar will engage with The Wire, David Simon’s 65-hour HBO epic of urban America and the War on Drugs. In addition to analyzing the program’s five seasons, students will grapple with film and TV theory, critical analyses of the program, and background readings from history, sociology, and urban studies. Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: 200-level ENGL, ENGW, or COMM course. Cross listed with COMM*430.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: 200-level ENGL, ENGW, or COMM course. Cross listed with COMM*430. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 431 - PII Radical Women Playwrights


    This course uses a multidisciplinary approach to study experimental feminist drama. Students will explore feminist theory, especially in the areas of theater and performance, and apply it to drama across history. The study of the development of feminist theater will include a variety of perspectives (e.g., socio-economic, psychological, multicultural, etc.). Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Prereq: PEQ in Literature. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: variable.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 434 - English Seminar: Selected Studies


    Topics for this advanced seminar may include concentrated study of a major figure in English, American or Global Literatures; advanced studies in literary genre or period; focused critical exploration of significant themes, cultural and historical trends, or cross disciplinary relations in literature. Course Codes: BHR. Special/Selected Topics. Prereq: 200 level ENGL, ENGW or COMM course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: BHR. Special/Selected Topics. Prereq: 200 level ENGL, ENGW or COMM course. Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 483 - English Internship I


    Practical guided learning experience at a business or organization with the student spending at least 10 weeks (8 weeks in the summer) for a total of at least 120 hours of time at an internship site. Supervised placement provides experience appropriate to the student’s knowledge, skills and interests. In addition to the on-site activities, students complete reflective assignments and participate in three seminar discussions to connect their experiential learning with their academics. Performance evaluation assessment of the internship and self-assessment of learning occur at the end of the semester. Students can apply for pre-existing internships or consult with Director of Internship and their home department to discuss a new opportunity. All college policies related to internships apply. Course Codes: FH

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: FH Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 484 - English Internship II


    This course is typically reserved for students who have already completed a first internship at the 483 level. Practical guided learning experience at a business or organization with the student spending at least 10 weeks (8 weeks in the summer) for a total of at least 120 hours of time at an internship site. Supervised placement provides experience appropriate to the student’s knowledge, skills and interests. In addition to the on-site activities, students complete reflective assignments and projects to connect their experiential learning with their academics. Performance evaluation assessment of the internship and self-assessment of learning occur at the end of the semester. Students can apply for pre-existing internships or consult with Director of Internship and their home department to discuss a new opportunity. All college policies related to internships apply. Course Codes: FH

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: FH Normal cycle offering: Fall and Spring. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 485 - Independent Study


    Open to qualified juniors and seniors. Area of study congenial to student and instructor; minimum of eight meetings a semester. Papers, discussion. Course Codes: R

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
  
  • ENGL 486 - Independent Study


    Open to qualified juniors and seniors. Area of study congenial to student and instructor; minimum of eight meetings a semester. Papers, discussion. Course Codes: R

    Prerequisites & Notes
    Course Codes: R Normal cycle offering: Variable. Yearly cycle: all years.

    Credits: 3
 

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