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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.
 
   •  EDU 2100 - Internship in an Ethnically Diverse Setting
   •  EDU 2104 - Practicum in MS Mathematics
   •  EDU 2115 - Literacy Processes and Acquisition Practicum
   •  EDU 2140 - Practicum in Planning and Evaluating Instruction
   •  EDU 2240 - Planning and Evaluating Instruction
   •  EDU 2265 - Special Topics: Education
   •  EDU 2295 - Internships in Education
   •  EDU 2298 - Independent Studies in Education
   •  EDU 2304 - MS Mathematics Methods
   •  EDU 3110 - Teaching Elementary Science Practicum
   •  EDU 3111 - Teaching Elementary Social Studies Practicum
   •  EDU 3114 - Teaching Elementary Mathematics Practicum
   •  EDU 3124 - Balanced Literacy Instruction and Materials Practicum
   •  EDU 3140 - Practicum in Secondary Choral Music Methods
   •  EDU 3141 - Practicum in Secondary English Methods
   •  EDU 3142 - Practicum in Secondary Art Methods
   •  EDU 3143 - Practicum in World Language Methods
   •  EDU 3144 - Practicum in HS Mathematics
   •  EDU 3145 - Practicum in Secondary Social Studies Methods
   •  EDU 3146 - Practicum in Secondary Instrumental Music Methods
   •  EDU 3147 - Practicum in Elementary Art Methods
   •  EDU 3148 - Practicum in Secondary PE Methods
   •  EDU 3149 - Practicum in Elementary PE Methods
   •  EDU 3150 - Practicum in Science Methods
   •  EDU 3151 - Practicum in Elementary Music Methods
   •  EDU 3152 - Practicum in Computer Science Methods
   •  EDU 3310 - Teaching Elementary Science
   •  EDU 3311 - Teaching Elementary Social Studies
   •  EDU 3314 - Teaching Elementary Mathematics
   •  EDU 3324 - Balanced Literacy Instruction and Materials
   •  EDU 3326 - Teaching with Classroom Technology
   •  EDU 3340 - Methodology in Choral Music
   •  EDU 3341 - Methodology in English
   •  EDU 3342 - Methodology in Art Secondary
   •  EDU 3343 - Methodology in World Language and Literature
   •  EDU 3344 - HS Mathematics Methods
   •  EDU 3345 - Methodology in Social Studies
   •  EDU 3346 - Methodology in Instrumental Music
   •  EDU 3347 - Methodology in Art Elementary
   •  EDU 3348 - Methodology in Secondary Physical Education
   •  EDU 3349 - Methodolgy in Elementary Physical Education
   •  EDU 3350 - Methodology in Science
   •  EDU 3351 - Methodology in Elementary Music
   •  EDU 3352 - Methodology in Computer Science
   •  EDU 3398 - Independent Studies in Education
   •  EDU 4105 - Assessment for Literacy Instruction Practicum
   •  EDU 4117 - Practicum in Reading in the Content Areas I
   •  EDU 4120 - Creating Inclusive Classrooms Practicum
   •  EDU 4205 - Assessment for Literacy Instruction
   •  EDU 4206 - Teaching Writing with Children's Literature
   •  EDU 4417 - Reading in the Content Areas I
   •  EDU 4418 - Reading in the Content Areas II
   •  EDU 4420 - Creating Inclusive Classrooms
   •  EDU 4425 - Elementary Education Final Internship
   •  EDU 4435 - Secondary Student Teaching MS/HS
   •  EDU 4436 - Secondary Student Teaching HS
   •  EDU 4445 - PK-12 Student Teaching
   •  EDU 4495 - Internships in Education
   •  EDU 4496 - Professional Development School Internship
   •  EDU 4498 - Independent Studies in Education
   •  ENC 1000 - Innovator's Compass: The Basics
   •  ENC 1111 - Make It, Market It, Sell It
   •  ENC 1120 - Organizational Leadership
   •  ENC 1165 - Special Topic: Encompass Program
   •  ENC 1200 - You Are What You Eat
   •  ENC 2265 - Special Topic: Encompass Program
   •  ENC 3100 - Innovation at Work
   •  ENC 3265 - The Wealth of the Commons
   •  ENC 4495 - IN: Encompass Distinction
   •  ENG 1002 - College Composition
   •  ENG 1101 - Introduction to College Writing: the Argument
   •  ENG 1103 - Introduction to Journalism
   •  ENG 1150 - Horror in the Postmodern Age
   •  ENG 1162 -  Fantasy, Myth, and Spirit
   •  ENG 2101 - Remixing Popular Culture
   •  ENG 2102 - Topics in Multicultural Literature
   •  ENG 2103 - Transmedia Storytelling
   •  ENG 2110 - Writing About Literature
   •  ENG 2204 - Advanced News Reporting
   •  ENG 2205 - Media Ethics
   •  ENG 2206 - Creative Writing—Poetry
   •  ENG 2207 - Creative Writing—Fiction
   •  ENG 2208 - Advanced Composition
   •  ENG 2209 - Memoir Writing
   •  ENG 2211 - Grammar and Usage
   •  ENG 2212 - Professional Communication
   •  ENG 2213 - Literary Methods
   •  ENG 2214 - Editing and Desktop Publishing
   •  ENG 2215 - Newspaper Practicum
   •  ENG 2216 - Newspaper Practicum
   •  ENG 2217 - Growing up in America
   •  ENG 2218 - Peer Tutoring: Writing Center
   •  ENG 2219 - Making Multimedia
   •  ENG 2220 - World Literature
   •  ENG 2225 - Dramatic Dark Ages
   •  ENG 2226 - The Graphic Novel
   •  ENG 2228 - Scar Tissue
   •  ENG 2229 - Medieval Visions and Visionaries
   •  ENG 2230 - Age of Arthur
   •  ENG 2231 - Renaissance Literature
 

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