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    McDaniel College
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


Academic departments and programs are  generally listed in alphabetical order. All courses are listed under the department or program in which they are offered. Courses which are cross-listed will appear in more than one place.

Course Designations

Courses of instruction are designated by a system of four-digit numbers within each department. The first digit in the number indicates the class standing that a student must attain to be eligible for the course. To interpret the numbering system, students need to know that:

  • Courses generally for freshmen are numbered in the series beginning 1000. Freshmen may not register for any course numbered 2000 or above, except by placement or with the permission of the instructor. Similarly, sophomores may not register for courses numbered 3000 or above, or juniors 4000 or above, with exceptions permitted only by the instructor.
  • Cross-listed courses are courses appropriate to more than one department or area.
  • The number of credit hours per course is indicated below the course title. Courses which may be taken for variable credit (applied music lessons, independent studies, internships, etc.) or which can be repeated for credit are so indicated.
  • Prerequisites for each course are so indicated following the description.
  • Special Topics, Internships, and Independent Studies courses are listed with numbers separated by semicolons. These courses may be taken in any order.
  • The (FR) designation after a number indicates that the course is offered only as a first-year seminar.
 
   •  AHY 1113 - History of Western Art I
   •  AHY 1114 - History of Western Art II
   •  AHY 1141 - Reating to the Past
   •  AHY 1142 - Woodblocking
   •  AHY 2209 - Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome
   •  AHY 2220 - The Art of the Ancient Near East
   •  AHY 2222 - Art of the Medieval World
   •  AHY 2223 - History of Japanese Art to A.D. 1573
   •  AHY 2224 - Japanese Art from 1573 to 1868
   •  AHY 2225 - Survey of American Art
   •  AHY 2226 - History of Chinese Art to A.D. 960
   •  AHY 2227 - History of Chinese Art 960- 1800 A.D.
   •  AHY 2229 - Arts of India, China, and Japan
   •  AHY 2239 - Romanticism and Impressionism
   •  AHY 2240 - Twentieth-Century Art
   •  AHY 2241 - The Arts and Architecture of the African Continent and Beyond
   •  AHY 2242 - Art and Culture of Islam
   •  AHY 2250 - Traditional Native American Arts and Architecture
   •  AHY 2265 - Special Topics in Art History
   •  AHY 2295 - Internship in Art History
   •  AHY 2298 - Independent Studies in Art History
   •  AHY 2300 - The Art of the Renaissance in Northern Europe
   •  AHY 2301 - The Art of the Baroque in Northern Europe
   •  AHY 2302 - Italian Renaissance Art
   •  AHY 2303 - Italian Baroque and Rococo Art
   •  AHY 3200 - Writing in Art and Art History
   •  AHY 3305 - Sacred Architecture
   •  AHY 3306 - Chinese Painting and Calligraphy
   •  AHY 3307 - The World of Ukiyo-c and the Japanese
   •  AHY 3365 - Special Topics in Art History
   •  AHY 3395 - Internship in Art History
   •  AHY 3398 - Independent Studies in Art History
   •  AHY 4465 - Special Topics in Art History
   •  AHY 4492 - Seminar in Art History - Capstone Seminar
   •  AHY 4495 - Internship in Art History
   •  AHY 4498 - Independent Studies in Art History
   •  ARB 1101 - Elementary Arabic
   •  ARB 1102 - Elementary Arabic
   •  ARB 2211 - Intermediate Arabic I
   •  ARB 2212 - Intermediate Arabic II
   •  ART 1101 - Perceptual Drawing
   •  ART 1103 - Drawing for Non-Art Majors
   •  ART 1105 - Drawing in Color
   •  ART 1117 - Design
   •  ART 1141 - Digital Photography
   •  ART 1142 - Enigma of Space
   •  ART 2201 - Life Drawing
   •  ART 2206 - Computer Graphics
   •  ART 2209 - Digital Collage and Painting
   •  ART 2210 - Digital Photography
   •  ART 2211 - Sculpture
   •  ART 2214 - Metal smithing/Jewelry
   •  ART 2215 - Photography
   •  ART 2216 - Graphic Design I
   •  ART 2219 - Ceramics
   •  ART 2220 - Mixed Media Collage:Visual Poetry
   •  ART 2265 - Special Topics in Studio Art
   •  ART 2295 - Internship in Studio Art
   •  ART 2298 - Independent Studies in Studio Art
   •  ART 3200 - Writing in Art and Art History
   •  ART 3301 - Drawing Concepts: Drawing II
   •  ART 3306 - Printmaking
   •  ART 3307 - Web Design
   •  ART 3310 - Watercolor
   •  ART 3313 - Painting
   •  ART 3317 - Color in Art and Design
   •  ART 3318 - Graphic Design II
   •  ART 3365 - Special Topics in Studio Art
   •  ART 3395 - Internship in Studio Art
   •  ART 3398 - Independent Studies in Studio Art
   •  ART 4100 - Advanced Studio I
   •  ART 4200 - Advanced Studio II
   •  ART 4300 - Advanced Studio III
   •  ART 4400 - Advanced Studio IV
   •  ART 4465 - Special Topics in Studio Art
   •  ART 4490 - Portfolio Preparation
   •  ART 4492 - Capstone: Senior Show Preparation
   •  ART 4495 - Internship in Studio Art
   •  ART 4498 - Independent Studies in Studio Art
   •  ASL 1101 - American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 1102 - American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 1140 - Dominican Republic and the Educational and Life Experiences of the Deaf offered in May) (Study Tour)
   •  ASL 2211 - American Sign Language III
   •  ASL 2212 - American Sign Language IV
   •  ASL 2230 - Educational and Life Experiences of Deaf People
   •  ASL 3303 - American Sign Language V
   •  ASL 3338 - Linguistics of American Sign Language
   •  ASL 3339 - ASL Literature and Deaf Literature
   •  ASL 3369 - American Deaf Culture
   •  ASL 3370 - International Perspectives on Sign Languages and Deaf Culture
   •  ASL 3395 - Internship American Sign Language
   •  ASL 4495 - Internship American Sign Language
   •  AST 4498 - Senior Capstone in Asian Studies
   •  BIO 1111 - Principles of Biology
   •  BIO 1116 - Biodiversity
   •  BIO 1117 - Topics in Biology
   •  BIO 1118 - Human Biology
   •  BIO 1119 - Dinosaur Biology
   •  BIO 1120 - Human Anatomy
   •  BIO 1121 - Biology of Aging
 

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