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    McDaniel College
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate 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.
 
   •  CHE 4493 - Chemistry Seminar
   •  CHE 4495 - Internships in Chemistry
   •  CHE 4498 - Independent Studies in Chemistry
   •  CHI 1101 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHI 1102 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHI 2211 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CIN 1101 - Introduction to Cinema
   •  CIN 2201 - Television Production
   •  CIN 2265 - Special Topics in Cinema
   •  CIN 2295 - Internship In Cinema
   •  CIN 2301 - Basic Video Editing
   •  CIN 2401 - Audio Production
   •  CIN 3201 - Narrative Film Production
   •  CIN 3301 - Film Analysis
   •  CIN 3302 - Fiction Into Film
   •  CIN 3303 - European Film Art
   •  CIN 3365 - Special Topics in Cinema
   •  CIN 3395 - Internship In Cinema
   •  CIN 3401 - Scriptwriting
   •  CIN 4465 - Special Topics in Cinema
   •  CIN 4495 - Internship In Cinema
   •  CIN 4901 - Cinema Capstone
   •  COM 1101 - Introduction to Communication: Media
   •  COM 1102 - Introduction to Communication: Interpersonal
   •  COM 1112 - Comic Strips and the Communication of Culture; An International Perspective
   •  COM 2201 - Quantitative Research Methods
   •  COM 2202 - Qualitative Procedures
   •  COM 2204 - Qualitative Procedures
   •  COM 2205 - Public Speaking
   •  COM 2265 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 2295 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 2298 - Independent Studies in Communication
   •  COM 2350 - Communication and Culture
   •  COM 3105 - Relational Communication
   •  COM 3150 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM 3160 - Health Communication
   •  COM 3220 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 3221 - Gender in Communication
   •  COM 3334 - Semiotics
   •  COM 3352 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 3365 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 3371 - Communication Systems
   •  COM 3395 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 3398 - Independent Studies in Communication
   •  COM 3410 - Critical Theories and Popular Culture
   •  COM 3420 - Media Analysis and Criticism
   •  COM 3501 - Communication and Interactive Media
   •  COM 3610 - Visual Communication
   •  COM 3901 - Research Proposal
   •  COM 4465 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 4495 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 4498 - Independent Studies in Communication
   •  COM 4901 - Senior Seminar
   •  CSC 1106 - The Art of Programming
   •  CSC 1109 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  CSC 1141 - Computer Ethics
   •  CSC 2209 - Computer Organization
   •  CSC 2217 - Data Structures
   •  CSC 2222 - Database Design
   •  CSC 2265 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 3305 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSC 3314 - Theory of Computation
   •  CSC 3317 - Algorithms
   •  CSC 3365 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 3395 - Internships in Computer Science
   •  CSC 3398 - Independent Studies in Computer Science
   •  CSC 4406 - Principles of Programming Languages
   •  CSC 4413 - Modern Cryptography
   •  CSC 4465 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 4494 - Senior Project
   •  ECO 1101 - Introduction to Political Economy
   •  ECO 1102 - Economic Issues and Policy
   •  ECO 1103 - Introduction to Economics
   •  ECO 2205 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECO 2206 - Gender Roles in the Economy
   •  ECO 2265 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 2298 - Independent Studies in Economics
   •  ECO 3303 - Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECO 3304 - International Economics
   •  ECO 3305 - American Economic History
   •  ECO 3306 - International Finance
   •  ECO 3318 - European Economic History
   •  ECO 3320 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECO 3324 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 3326 - Economic Development
   •  ECO 3327 - Industrial Organization and Public Policy
   •  ECO 3365 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 3387 - Reading List
   •  ECO 3398 - Independent Studies in Economics
   •  ECO 4310 - Money and Financial Markets
   •  ECO 4312 - Mathematical Economics
   •  ECO 4405 - The History of Economic Thought
   •  ECO 4465 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 4487 - Reading List
   •  ECO 4490 - Senior Thesis
   •  ECO 4491 - Economics and Business Administration Colloquium
   •  ECO 4498 - Independent Studies in Economics
   •  EDU 1141 - Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Society
   •  EDU 1150 - Introduction to Special Education
   •  EDU 2015 - Literacy Processes and Acquisition
 

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